Browse Early English Books Online 2
Browse by: 
Title
 A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   1   2   4   6   9   Æ 
V Va Ve Vi Vn Vo Vr Vs Vu Vv
There are 22971 items in this collection
Browsing Titles starting with Ve.
 
Author / [Publication date] Title
Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6. / [1663] De venenis, or, A discourse of poysons their names, natures, & vertues : with their several symptomes, prognosticks, and antidotes / by W.R., M.D.
Strong, William, d. 1654. / [1648] The vengeance of the temple:: discovered in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Major and court of aldermen of the City of London, in Pauls Church, May 17. 1648. Being the day of publique thanksgiving for a victory obtayned by the forces under the command of Colonell Horton, at St. Faggons, neere Cardiffe in Wales. / By William Strong pastor of Dunstans in the west, and a member of the Assembly of Divines.
J. B. C. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A Venice looking-glasse: or, A letter vvritten very lately from London to Rome,: by a Venetian Clarissimo to Cardinal Barberino, protector of the English nation, touching these present distempers. Wherein, as in a true mirrour, England may behold her owne spots, wherein she may see, and fore-see, her follies pass'd, her present danger, and furture destruction. Faithfully rendred out of the Italian into English.
Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. / [1675] Venning's remains, or, Christ's school consisting of four classes of Christians, I. babes, II. little children, III. young men, IV. fathers : with their several characteristical differences and attainments, also the doctrines proper to be taught to each of them : being the substance of many sermons / preached by Ralph Venning and fitted by him for the press before his death.
Ashton, John, d. 1691. / [1691] De ventre inspiciendo: or, Remarks on Mr. Ashton's answerer in a letter to a friend.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1616.] Verbum sempiternum
[In 't jaer 1648] Een verclaringe vande officieren ende compagnie van het zee-volck, oft matrosen op Sijne Majesteys schepen': ghenoemt de Stanfastige Reformatie, de Gordine, de Swaluwe, de Anteloop, de Satisfactie, 't Hert, de Roebuck, de Crossant oft Halve Maen, den Pellican, de Jouffrouw Morinne, voor deses bestelt tot Sijne Majesteys dienst. mereen aenlockinghe vande reste vande vloot, ende derselve broederen, aen lande zynde, om met hun te voegen in derselve gherechtich voornemen. = A declaration of the officers and company of sea-men aboard His Majesties shippes, the Constant Reformation, the Convertine, the Swallow, the Antelope, the Satisfaction, the Hynd, the Roebuck, the Cresent, the Pellican, the Blackmore Lady lately rescued for His Majesties service: with an invitation to the rest of the fleet, and their brethren on land, to joyne with them in their just undertakings
[1603] Ane verie excellent and delectabill treatise intitulit Philotus Quhairin we may persave the greit inconveniences that fallis out in the mariage betvvene age and zouth [sic].
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1548?] A verie familiare [and] fruiteful exposition of the .xii. articles of the christian faieth conteined in the co[m]mune crede, called the Apostles Crede made in dialoges, wherein thou maiste learne al thinges necessarie to be beleued. Compiled bi Peter viret a frenche man [and] translated in to englishe.
Pricke, Robert, d. ca. 1608. / [1608] A verie godlie and learned sermon treating of mans mortalitie, and of the estate both of his bodie and soule after death. Preached at Denham in Suffolke. At the celebration of the solemne and mournfull funerals of the right orshipfull Sir Edward Lewkenor Knight, and of the vertuous Ladie Susan, his wife, both at once. By M. Robert Pricke their beloued and faithfull minister: now also since that time (to the encrease of our sorow for the losse of so excellent a light) departed this life.
Shutte, Christopher, d. 1626. / [1578] A verie godlie and necessary sermon preached before the yong countesse of Cumberland in the North, the 14 of Nouember, 1577. By Christopher Shutt.
Bankes, Thomas, 1555 or 6-1631. / [1586] A verie godly, learned, and fruitfull sermon against the bad spirits of malignitie, malice, and vnmercifulnesse. Publikely preached by Thomas Bankes, Maister of Artes, and preacher of the word. Seene and allowed
L. W. C. / [1601] A verie perfect discourse, and order hovv to know the age of a horse and the diseases that breede in him, with the remedies to cure the same: as also, the description of euery veyne, and how and when to let him blood, according to the diuersitie of the disease: as hath been proued by the author L.W.C.
Ursinus, Zacharias, 1534-1583. / [1584] A verie profitable and necessarie discourse concerning the obseruation and keeping of the Sabboth day seruing as well to confute the superstition of the Iewes, which obstinately vrge the strict keeping of the seuenth day, as also to ouerthrowe the vaine and godlesse reasons of others, that stiffely at this day maintaine, that Christians ought to keepe no set or appoynted time to worship and serue the Lord in, in his church and faithfull congregation. Written in Latine by Zacharias Vrsinus, sometimes reader of the diuinitie lecture in the Vniuersitie of Heidelberg in Germanie, and very nevvly turned into English, by Iohn Stockvvood schoolemaster of Tunbridge.
T. K. (Thomas Kemeys) / [1687] Veritas evangelica, or, The Gospel-truth asserted in sixteen useful questions which being seriously searched into, will open the way to find out assuredly the true and saving faith of Christ which is but one, as the apostle affirms / written by T.K. and now published by R.C.
Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452-1498. / [1651] The verity of Christian faith written by Hierome Savanorola [sic] of Ferrara.
R. C. (R. Clark) / [1690] Vermiculars destroyed with an historical account of worms, collected from the best authors as well ancient as modern, and expe[r]iments [pr]oved by that admirable invention of the microscope : with directions for the taking those most famous medicines, intituled Pulvis Benedictus, &c. : also diagnostick signs of worms and signs of health in children, with the various causes of vermiculars / by R.C., chymist ...
Arundell of Wardour, Henry Arundell, Baron, 1606?-1694 / [1679?] Verses made by the honourable Lord Arundel of Warder
Cartwright, William, 1611-1643. / [Printed in the Year 1685] Verses made upon the several festivals of November and remarkable days in the Whiggish-calendar by way of remembrance to all Loyalists and caution to all Turks, infidels, Jews and other dissenters / by Merlynnius Redivivus.
Faulconer, Henry. / [1670?] Verses set forth by Henry Faulconer bell-man and presented to his worthy masters in the vvard of Farrington Within.
Ireland, Thomas, Sir. / [1663] Verses spoken at the appearance of the King and Queene, Dvke and Dutchesse of York in Christ-church Hall, Oxford Sept. 29, 1663 By Th. Ireland ...
Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. / [1663] Verses spoken to the King, Queen, and Dutchesse of York in St John's Library in Oxford:
[1700] A version of Solomon's Song of Songs: Together with the XLV. Psalm. By Joseph Stennett.
[1675?] The vertue of the coffee drink. First publiquely made and sold in England, by Pasqua Rosee.
Pierse, Charles. / [1618] Vertues anatomie. Or A compendious description of that late right honorable, memorable, and renowned Bedfordshire lady, the Lady Cheany, of Tuddington. By Charles Pierse.
[1548?] The vertuous scholehous of vngracious women A godly dialogue or communication of two systers [...]
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1694] The vertuous wife: or, the holy life of Mrs. Elizabth Walker, late wife of A. Walker, D.D. sometime Rector of Fyfield in Essex: Giving a modest and short account of her exemplary piety and charity. Published for the glory of God, and provoking others to the like graces and vertues. With some useful papers and letters writ by her on several occasions.
L'Espine, Jean de, ca. 1506-1597. / [1592] A very excellent and learned discourse, touching the tranquilitie and contentation of the minde conteining sundry notable instructions, and firme consolations, most necessarie for all sortes of afflicted persons in these latter dayes : distinguished into seven bookes, 1. Against covetousnes, 2. Against ambition, 3. Against anger, 4. Against envie, [brace] [brace] 5. Against pleasure, 6. Against curiositie, 7. Against feare / written in French by the famous and learned M. I. De L'Espine ; and newly translated into English by Ed. Smyth.
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. / [Anno MDXXXVIII. 1538] A very excelle[n]t [and] swete exposition vpon the XXII. [sic] Psalme of Dauid called in Latine Dominus regit me, &c. Translated out of hye Almayne into Englyshe by Myles Couerdale.
Aepinus, Johann, 1499-1553. / [1548?] A very fruitful & godly exposition vpo[n] the. xv. Psalme of Dauid called Lord, who shall dwell in thy tabernacle. Made by M. Ihon Epinus, preacher to the churche of Hamborough: and translated oute of Latin into English by N.L.
Vives, Juan Luis, 1492-1540. / [1529?] A very frutefull and pleasant boke called the Instructio[n] of a Christen woma[n]/ made fyrst in Laten/ and dedicated vnto the quenes good grace/ by the right famous clerke mayster Lewes Uiues/ ; and turned out of Laten into Englysshe by Rycharde Hyrd. Whiche boke who so redeth diligently shall haue knowlege [sic] of many thynges/ wherin he shal take great pleasure/ and specially women shal take great co[m]modyte and frute towarde the[n]crease of vertue & good maners..
[1688 or 9] A very godly song, intituled, The earnest petition of a faithful Christian, being clerk of Bodnam, made upon his deathbed, at the instant of his transmutation. To a sweet solemn tune.
More, William, 17th cent. / [anno Dom. MDCXLVII. 1647] Very good nevves from Ireland.: Of three great victories obtained against the rebels. I. By the Lord Inchequin, who hath taken 200 horse 60 prisoners, his lordships own brother, 3000 cows, 8000 sheep, and 100 armes. II. By Sir Charles Coote, who kild 300 upon the place, took 200 prisoners, and much prey. III. By Major Generall Jones, who hath taken 8000 cattle, and five garrisons from the rebels, with much provisions. Also papers concerning the remonstrance of the Lord Inchequins officers.
Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. / [1665] Very many hath been the testimonies of truth and large hath been the declarations that hath been given forth by the servants of the Lord, both sons and daughters of the followers of the Lamb amongst whom I having heard, beleived, and received their report, and the Lord having opened the eye within the vail, that made manifest his living witness, that witnessed to the truth cannot but give in my testimony to those pretious truths that hath been declared by them, though many for the witnessing thereof hath gone through many hardships, great suffering, & long imprisonments ... I say I cannot but give my testimony, and chiefly concerning tythes as the Lord hath brought it to me, that for which hath been the cause of so much persecution in all ages, with something concerning oaths, which so many snares, traps and gins, hath been laid for the righteous innocent servants of the Lord, because they cannot swear. And these are the testimonies given forth from one that loves and fears the Lord, M.W.
Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. / [1567] A very mery and pleasaunt historie done not long since, in this realm of England written in Latine by Erasmus of Roterodame, dialoguewise, vnder the title of A coniuration or spirite ; newly translated into English, by Thomas Iohnson.
Taisnier, Jean, 1508-ca. 1562. / [1575?] A very necessarie and profitable booke concerning nauigation, compiled in Latin by Ioannes Taisnierus, a publice professor in Rome, Ferraria, & other uniuersities in Italie of the mathematicalles, named a treatise of continuall motions. Translated into Englishe, by Richard Eden. The contents of this booke you shall finde on the next page folowyng.
[c. 1625] A very pleasant nevv ditty: to the tune of Stand thy ground old Harry.
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. / [1561] A very profitable treatise made by M. Ihon Caluyne, declarynge what great profit might come to al christendome, yf there were a regester made of all sainctes bodies and other reliques, which are aswell in Italy, as in Fraunce, Dutchland, Spaine, and other kingdomes and countreys. Translated out of Frenche into Englishe by Steuen Wythers. 1561. Set furth and authorised according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.
[1567] A Very rich lotterie generall, vvithout any blanckes contayning a great number of good prices, as wel of redy money as of plate and certaine costs of marchaundizes, hauing ben valued and priced by the commaundment of the Queenes Most Excellent Maiestie, by men expert and skilfull : and the same lotterie is erected by Hir Maiesties order, to the intent that suche commoditie as may chaunce to arise thereof after the charges borne, may be conuerted towardes the reparation of the hauens, and strength of the realme, and towardes such other publique good workes : the number of lots shall be foure hundreth thousand, and no moe, and euery lot shall be the summe of tenne shillings sterling onely, and no more.
[1646] Very sad and bloody nevves from Ireland,: of the losse of Bunratty in Munster, and Roscmon in Connaught. Where the rebels put to the sword, Sir Charles Coot his brother, L. Colonel Mac-Adams, and many gallant Englishmen, and the particulas [sic] thereof. As also, letters from the officers of the Scottish army, and their desires to the Committee of both Kingdomes. These are examined, and printed and published according to order of Parliament.
N. T. / [anno Domini 1646] Very sad newes from Ireland,: two strong garrisons taken from the rebels: [brace] Mariborough Fort, and the Castle of Athlone. A thovsand Protestants, men women and children, at the mercy of the bloody rebels. Besides the losse of the Lord Dillon, Viscount Castlelon, Sir William Gilburt and his son, 4. ministers, and divers officers. With lists of their names, and particulars of the losses in either of the garisons, and the names of the chief rebels, and their places. A remonstrance of the Protestant clergy in Ireland, and the fortifying of Dublin by the Marquesse of Ormond. October 25. 1646. These papers concerning Ireland are printed and published according to order.
Member of a Church of Christ. / [Printed in the year, 1699] A very short and brief account of the free justification of God's elect,: from the condemning power of the law, by that law change of persons, (flowing from an eternal act of grace, by way of covenant transaction between the Father and the Son;) which brought Christ as mediator under the curse and condemnation of that broken law, in the very room and place of elect sinners. : Whereunto are added, some questions concerning this point; : proposed to be answered by those that do so confidently affirm, that the elect of God are equally with others, under the same condemning power of the law, before faith. / By A member of a Church of Christ, in the County of Essex.
[1679] A Very strange, but true relation of the raining showre of blood at Shewall in the parish of Stoake Idith in the county of Hereford, on the 16th. day of this instant July, 1679 the examination whereof was taken upon oath the 18th. of this instant July before Richard Hopton Esq. one of His Majesties justices of the peace for the said county.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1681] A very useful manual, or, The young mans companion containing plain and easy directions for spelling, reading, and uniting English, with easy rules, for their attaining to writing, and arithmetick, and the Englishing of the Latin Bible without a tutor, likewise the plotting and measuring of land, globes, steeples, walls, barrels, timber, stone, boards, glass, &c. ... : and several other considerable and necessary matters, intended for the good of all, and for promoting love to one another : as by the table annexed particularly appears / collected by William Mather.
[1562] The Verye trueth of the conference betvvixt the queene mother, and the prince of Conde, Iulye, 1562
Gee, Edward, 1657-1730. / [1687] Veteres vindicati, in an expostulatory letter to Mr. Sclater of Putney, upon his Consensus veterum, &c. wherein the absurdity of his method, the weakness of his reasons are shewn, his false aspersions upon the Church of England are wiped off, and her faith concerning the Eucharist proved