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Lawrence, Matthew. / [1657] The use and practice of faith: or, Faiths universal usefulness, and quickning influence into every kinde and degree of the Christian life.: Together with the excellency of a spiritual life (in difference from all tother) by way of a proœme. And the excellent work and reward of converting others to the faith, commended by way of close. Delivered in the publick lectures at Ipswich. By the late eminent and faithful servant of his Lord, Mr. Matthew Lawrence, preacher to the said town.
Chappell, William, 1582-1649. / [1653] The use of Holy Scripture gravely and methodically discoursed by William Chappell ...; to which is prefixed a preface by a friend to the author as an introduction to the treatise.
Twysden, John, 1607-1688. / [1685] The use of the general planisphere, called the analemma, in the resolution of some of the chief and most useful problems of astronomy by Dr. John Twysden.
Descartes, René, 1596-1650. / [1697] The use of the geometrical playing-cards, as also a discourse of the mechanick powers by Monsi. Des-Cartes ; translated from his own manuscript copy ; shewing what great things may be performed by mechanick engines in removing and raising bodies of vast weights with little strength or force.
W. P. / [1655] The use of the nocturnal. Written by W.P.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1668] Useful discoveries and practical observations, in some late remarkable cures of the scurvy. By E. Maynwaringe, Dr. in Physick.
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1673] Useful instructions for a professing people in times of great security and degeneracy delivered in several sermons on solemnm occasions / by Mr. Samuel Willard ...
[1685] An useful table for all uictuallers & others dealing in beer & ale.
Crompton, William, 1599?-1642. / [1659] An useful tractate to further Christians of these dangerous and back-sliding times, in the practice of the most needful duty of prayer Wherein are discover'd the nature, necessity and successe of fervent prayer: many objections answered, several practical cases of conscience resolved; and all briefly applied from this text, viz. James 5. 16. The effectual fervent-prayer of a righteous man availeth much. Being the substance of several sermons preached in the town of Columpton in Devon. / By William Crompton M.A. minister of that part of Christs Church there.
Cruso, Timothy, 1656?-1697. / [1689] The usefulnesse of spiritual wisdom with a temporal inheritance in a sermon preached March 11th 1688/9 at the entrance of a young man upon his habitation and particular calling / and at his request published by T. Cruso.
Pie, Thomas, 1560-1610. / [1604] Usuries spright coniured: or A scholasticall determination of vsury by T.P. Doct. of Divinity, being moderator at the disputing thereof by certeine Bachelers of Divinitie and other learned preachers: with his answere to a treatise, written in defence of vsurie.
Newcome, Henry, 1627-1695. / [1660] Usurpation defeated, and David restored being an exact parallel between David and our most Gracious Soveraign King Charls II. In their dangerous dissettlement, and wonderfull restauration. Laid open in a sermon on II Sam. XIX. 14. Preached on the publique solemn day of thanksgiving, May 24 1660 in the Collegiate Church of Manchester in the county palatine of Lancaster. By Henry Newcome Master in Arts, and minister of the Gospel there.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1669] Usury at six per cent. examined, and found unjustly charged by Sir Tho. Culpepper and J.C. with many crimes and oppressions, whereof 'tis altogether innocent wherein is shewed the necessity of retrenching our luxury, and vain consumption of forraign commodities, imported by English money : also the reducing the wages of servants, labourers, and workmen of all sorts, which raiseth the value of our manufactures, 15 or 20 per cent. dearer than our neighbours do afford them, by reason of their cheap wages ... : humbly presented to the high court of Parliament now sitting / by Thomas Manley, Gent.
J. D. (John Dormer), 1636-1700. / [1695/6] Usury explain'd, or, Conscience quieted in the case of putting out mony at interest by Philopenes.
Homes, Nathanael, 1599-1678. / [1640] Usury is injury Cleared in an examination of its best apologie, alleaged by a countrey minister, out of Doctor Ames, in his Cases of conscience, as a party and patron of that apologie. Both answered here, by Nath: Holmes, Dr. in Divinity.
T. P. / [1679] Usury stated being a reply to Mr. Jelinger's Usurer cast whereto are adjoyned, some animadversions on Mr. Bolton's and Mr. Capel's discourses, concerning the same subject / written by T.P.
Jelinger, Christopher. / [1679?] Usury stated overthrown: or, usuries champions with their auxiliaries, shamefully disarmed and beaten by an answer to its chief champion, which lately apeared in print to defend it. And Godliness epitomized by Christopher Jelinger, M.A. Beza upon Matth. May a man with a safe conscience lend upon usury? No surely. And holy Usher, Arch-Bishop of Armagh, in his Body of divinity, pag. 300. Q. What is that which we call usury? It is lending in expectation of certain gain. So he well stateth it against usury ill stated by T. P. Q. What do you think of it? If we speak of that properly, which the scripture condemneth, it is a most wicked and unlawful contract; which if we live and die in, without repentance, we are excluded out of the Kingdom of Heaven. Psal. 15.1,5. Ezek. 18.12,13. and chap. 22. But there is much questioning, which is that usury which the scripture condemneth. Therefore it will be our wisdom wholly to forbear it, and not to put our souls, which are of more value than the whole world, upon nice discourses, and subtil distinctions. Thus this holy man.