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[1645] VI. severall victories obtained by Major-Generall Browne, Lievtenant-Generall Cromwell, and Col. Fines, against the Kings forces neere Oxford on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday last: with severall lists of the names of the chiefe prisoners of the Kings party which were taken: viz. 6. Colonells and majors. 9. Captaines. 11. Lievtenants. 14. Colours and ensignes. 53. other officers. 540. killed and taken. 600. and odd armes. 590. Horse. 3. Barrells of powder, besides other ammunition. With all the particulars, and manner of each fight, and the most materiall collections of the letters which came from Lievtenant-Generall Cromwell, Major-Generall Browne, and the rest that were sent from the army. Published according to order.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666. / [1649] Via ad latinam linguam complanata the rules composed in English and Latine verse, for the greater delight and benefit of learners / by Jam. Shirley ...
Starkey, George, 1627-1665. / [1661] Via ad vitam, being a short and sure vvay to a long life, or, Helmont justified, and the excellency of chymicall medicaments vindicated by George Starkey ...
Lynde, Humphrey, Sir. / [1630] Via devia: the by-vvay: mis-leading the weake and vnstable into dangerous paths of error, by colourable shewes of apocryphall scriptures, vnwritten traditions, doubtfull Fathers, ambiguous councells, and pretended catholike Church. Discouered by Humfrey Lynde, Knight.
Cheesman, Thomas. / [1663] Via lactea, or, The saints onely way to true blessedness opened in a sermon from Matth. 5, 8 : also the danger of neglecting gospel-salvation, from Heb. 2, 3 / by Thomas Cheesman ... ; with his epistle to vindicate himself from those absurdities of method and language and little less then blasphemies, with which he was abused by a mercenary pen, in the former impression.
Martin, James, fl. 1615-1630. / [MDCXV. 1615] Via regia The kings vvay to heauen. By Iames Martin, Master of Arts. With a letter of that late miracle of learning, Mr. Is. Casaubon.
Lynde, Humphrey, Sir. / [1628] Via tuta the safe vvay. Leading all Christians, by the testimonies, and confessions of our best learned aduersaries, to the true, ancient, and catholique faith, now professed in the Church of England. By Humfrey Lynde Knight.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] The vials of the wrath of God poured forth upon the seat of the man of sin, and upon all professors of the world, who denieth the light of Christ which he hath enlightned every one withal, and walk contrary to it, with it they are condemned : and a vvarning from the Lord to all who are walking headlong to destruction in the lusts of the flesh, and deceits of the world, that they may repent and turn to the Lord, lest the overflowing scourge sweep them all into the pit / by him who is called George Fox.
Hodges, John. / [1638] Viaticum animæ or, VVholesome repast for the soule in her pilgrimage towards Ierusalem which is above Prepared, and made ready, by the diligent search, & paynes of Iohn Hodges, priest, M. of Arts and vicar of Shakerstone in Leicester-Shire.
[1648] Vicissitudes progress,: with its convoy through the counties of Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, and Middlesex, to Westminster and to London. By way of premonstration.
Meene, Joshua. / [1640] The vickers challenge claiming a maintainance as due by proofes out of the gospell : wherein is manifested, that there is a competencie due unto them / by Ios. Meene, vicker.
Hog, William, b. ca. 1652. / [Anno Domini, 1695] Victoria augustissimi magnæ Britanniæ, &c. regis Gulielmi Tertii, qui urbem & arcem Namuræ a Gallis occupatam, fortiter obsedit, & feliciter recuperavit, expulso Gallorum præsidio
Walker, William, d. 1726. / [1698] Victorious love a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drewry-Lane / written by Mr. William Walker.
Williams, Andrew, Merchant. / [1642] Victorious newes from Waterford in Ireland: being the copy of a letter, sent from Dublin the 18. of April by Mr. Andrew Williams, merchant, to Mr. Adam Atkins Citisen of London. Relating a happy and renowned victory, obtained by Sir Christopher Loftus, against the rebels in Waterford. Likewise the manner how he took the town, and put the rebels to death. Also a relation how that the Earl of Cork took the Earl of Osmond prisoner, where he now remains in Cork Castle, weighting the lord justices pleasure.
R. B. / [1647] The victorious proceedings of the Protestant armie in Ireland: vnder the command of the Right Honourable Maj. Gen. Iones, in his late expedition against the Irish rebels. Wherein is set forth, severall great overthrowes, given to the said rebles, since the 9. of October last, 1647. As also the manner of the taking of 10. strong castles belonging to the enemy, with the losse of few men, together with all their armes, and ammunition. Being a full and perfect relation of the severall victories obtained from the 9. of October till the 20. of November. 1647.
[1642] The victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland;: from the beginning of March to this present, being the 22. of the same month. With a letter sent from Master Brian Smith, minister in His Majesties ship called the Banaventure, riding before Kingsaile, which was read in the honourable House of Commons, on Monday the 21. of March 1642. Declaring how the Lord president of Munster, Sir William St. Leger, gave battell to the rebels neere Durgarven, kil'd 2000 men, tooke some of their commanders prisoners, and slew-ten with his owne hands.
[1650] A victory obtained by Lieut: Gen: David Lesley, in the north of Scotland, against Colonell Hurrey and his forces;: and the number killed and taken. Also, the declaration and resolution of the inhabitants of York-shire, Cumberland, Sunderland, and the bishoprick of Durham, for the Parliament of England; and the desires of the English army in the north, touching Scotland. Together, with the further proceedings of the Treaty at Breda, the sending of a message to the Emperour of Germany and the Duke of Saxony, by Captain Swan, with an answer thereunto, in relation to the affairs of England.
Phillips, R. / [1683] The victory of Cupid over the gods and goddesses display'd in several poetical stories / by R. Phillips.
Lathom, Paul. / [1676] Victory over death a sermon preached at Steeple-Ashton in the county of Wilts, upon the 17th day of April, 1676, at the funeral of Mr. Peter Adams, the late reverend, pious, and industrious minister of Gods word there, sometime fellow of University Colledge in Oxford / by Paul Latham ...
[1666] The victory over the fleet of the states General, obtained by His Majesties Navy Royal in the late engagement begun the 25 of July instant as it came from His Highness Prince Rupert, and His Grace the Duke of Albemarle.
[1666] The victory over the fleet of the States General, obtained by His Majesties Navy Royal in the late engagement, begun the 25. of July instant. / As it came from His Highness Prince Rupert, and His Grace the Duke of Albemarle. Published by authority.
[1695?] The victualler's friend: or, The use of a new-invented gauging-rod, contriv'd chiefly for the advantage of victuallers in and about London: Whereby they may not only discover the want of measure from the brewer (either in beer or ale) but likewise what quantity they want.
M. M. (Matthew Mainwaring), 1561-1652. / [1650] Vienna, noe art can cure this hart where in is storied, ye valorous atchievements, famous triumphs, constant love, great miseries, & finall happines, of the well-deserving, truly noble and most valiant kt., Sr. Paris of Vienna, and ye most admired amiable Princess, the faire Vienna.
Ridley, Thomas, Sir, 1550?-1629. / [Anno. 1607] A vievv of the ciuile and ecclesiastical lavv and wherein the practise of them is streitned, and may be relieued within this land. VVritten by Thomas Ridley Doctor of the Ciuile Law.
Ridley, Thomas, Sir, 1550?-1629. / [1634] A vievv of the civile and ecclesiasticall law and wherein the practice of them is streitned, and may be releeved within this land. VVritten by Sr Thomas Ridley Knight, and Doctor of the Civile Law.
Kingsmill, Andrew, 1538-1569. / [Anno. 1574] A vievve of mans estate wherein the great mercie of God in mans free iustification by Christ, is very comfortably declared. By Andrewe Kingesmill. Diuided into chapters in such sorte as may best serue for the commoditie of the reader. Wherevnto is annexed a godly aduise giuen by the author touching mariage. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.
England and Wales. / [1655] A view of all the laws and statutes of this nation concerning the service of God or religion viz. [brace] the Holy Scripture, the Lords Day, or Sabbath, prayer, preaching, sacraments, pluralities, first fruits, tenths, residence, or non-residence, &c. / by William Sheppard, Esq. ; published by command.
Jaggard, William, 1569-1623. / [1601] A view of all the right honourable the Lord Mayors of this honorable citty of London. With the personages, and also such chiefe occasions as happened in euery seuerall mayors time, as also their charitable gifts are set downe, and the places of their burials. Beginning at the first yeare of her maiesties happy raigne, and continued vnto this present yeare 1601. by W.I. of London printer.
Macky, John, d. 1726. / [M.DC.XC.VI. i.e. 1696] A view of the court of St Germain since the year 1690.: With an account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there. : Directed to the malecontents Protestants of England.
Macky, John, d. 1726. / [1696] A view of the court of St. Germain from the year 1690, to 95 with an account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there : directed to the malecontents Protestants of England.
[1684] A view of the differences between France and Spain in which is shown the present posture of the affaires of Europe¨ English't by a person of honour.
R. B., 1632?-1725? / [1686] A view of the English acquisitions in Guinea and the East Indies with an account of the religion, government, wars, strange customs, beasts, serpents, monsters, and other observables in those countries : together with a description of the Isle of St. Helena and the Bay of Sculdania where the English usually refresh in their voyages to the Indies : intermixt with pleasant relations and enlivened with picture / by R.B.
Wotton, Sam. (Samuel) / [1661] A view of the face unmasked, or, An answer to a scandalous pamphlet published by divers ministers and entituled The common prayer book unmasked wherein the lawfulness of using that book is maintained ... : whereunto are added also some arguments for the retaining of that book in our Church ... / by Sam. Wotton ...
J. B. (John Bulwer), fl. 1648-1654. / [1654] A view of the people of the vvhole vvorld, or, A short survey of their policies, dispositions, naturall deportments, complexions, ancient and moderne customes, manners, habits & fashions a worke every where adorned with philosophicall, morall, and historicall observations on the occasions of their mutations & changes throughout all ages : for the readers greater delight figures are annexed to most of the relations / scripsit J.B. ...
Humphrey, Laurence, 1525 or 6-1589. / [1588] A view of the Romish hydra and monster, traison, against the Lords annointed: condemned by Dauid, I. Sam. 26. and nowe confuted in seuen sermons to perswade obedience to princes, concord among our selues, and a generall reformation and repentaunce in all states: by L.H.
Clagett, William, 1646-1688. / [1687] A view of the whole controversy between the representer and the answerer, with an answer to the representer's last reply in which are laid open some of the methods by which Protestants are misrepresented by papists.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1589] A viewe of some part of such publike wants & disorders as are in the seruice of God, within her Maiesties countrie of VVales togither vvith an humble petition, vnto this high Court of Parliament for their speedy redresse. Wherein is shevved, not only the necessitie of reforming the state of religion among that people, but also the onely way, in regarde of substaunce, to bring that reformation to passe.
[The yere of our lorde god. M.ccccc.ix. 1509] The. vii. shedynges of the blode of Ihesu cryste
Freeman, Francis. / [1646] VIII. problems propounded to the Cavaliers: for conviction of their consciences; with a discovery of certain plots and conspiracies. Declared by Captain Francis Freeman. With an answer thereunto returned by Colonell Francis Windham. And a reply to the said answer. These are printed by the originall papers, and published according to order of Parliament.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [Printed in the yeare 1647] VIII queries upon the late declarations of, and letters from, the army:: proposed to all true lovers of their country and Parliaments, and conscientious souldiers in the army.
Philipot, John, 1589?-1645. / [MDCLIX 1659] Villare cantianum, or, Kent surveyed and illustrated being an exact description of all the parishes, burroughs, villages and other respective mannors included in the county of Kent : and the original and intermedial possessors of them ... / by Thomas Philipott ... : to which is added an historical catalogue of the high-sheriffs of Kent, collected by John Phillipot, Esq., father to the authour.
Saviolo, Vincentio. / [1595] Vincentio Sauiolo his practise. In two bookes. The first intreating of the vse of the rapier and dagger. The second, of honor and honorable quarrels.
Saviolo, Vincentio. / [1595] Vincentio Sauiolo his practise. In two bookes. The first intreating of the vse of the rapier and dagger. The second, of honor and honorable quarrels. Both interlaced with sundrie pleasant discourses, not vnfit for all gentlemen and captaines that professe armes.
Oxford, Wendy. / [Printed the first of Aprill in the yeare of God 1653] Vincit qui patitur: or Lieutenant Colonel John Lylborne decyphered, in a short answer of Captaine Wendy Oxford to a most notoriously false pamphlet of the said Lylborns intituled Iohn Lylborne revived printed at Bruges in Flanders. With a short letter, which was sent to him in Iuly last to give his satisfaction then, why I printed not what I had then finished for the press, in answer to his scandalous pamphlet printed at Viana in May last. With some allegations against the said Mr. Lylborne which the world knowes to be truth, of his writings, actions, plottings, and contryvings, against the late murthered king, his royall queene, posteritie, nobility spiritual and temporal, ...
[1642] The vindication and clearing of Sir Iames Ramsey from those base aspersions cast upon him through mis-information, &c.: Concerning his carriage in the fight at Kyneton, 23 October 1642.
[1649] The Vindication and declaration of the Scots nation, &c.
Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705. / [MDCXCI 1691] The vindication of a late pamphlet (entituled 0bedience and submission to the present government demonstrated from Bp. Overal's Convocation-book) from the false glosses and illusive interpretations of a pretended answer / by the author of the first pamphlet.
[1653] A Vindication of a short treatise of tythes lately written,: and excepted against by a pamphlet, stilled, the funeral of tythes, &c.
Whitby, Daniel, b. 1609 or 10. / [1644] The vindication of a true Protestant, and faithfull servant to his church, Daniel Whitby, rector of Thoyden-Mount in Essex. From articles exhibited against him in the exchequer-chamber at Westminster, by a few schismaticall, tempestuous, illiterate heedlesse people: together with a sermon preached at Rumford the last visitation in Essex, in defence of the liturgie of the Church of England, which is most objected in these articles.
Chresner, A. / [MDCLXXXVII. 1687] The vindication of A. Cresner, school-master in Long-Acre, from the aspersions of A. Pulton, Jesuit and school-master in the Savoy: together with some account of his discourse with Mr. Meredith. Imprimatur, Octob. 24. 1687. Hic liber cui titulus The vindication of A. Cresner, &c. H. Maurice Reverendissimo in Christo P.D. Wilhelmo Archiep. Cant. à Sacris.
Reynardson, Abraham, Sir, 1590-1661. / [Printed in the yeer, M.DC.XL.IX. 1649] The vindication of Abraham Reinaldson, late Lord Major of the City of London.: With certaine queryes of conscience resolved, concerning his refusing to obey a late order of Parliament, for the proclaiming an unjust act for abolishing the kingly office in England and Ireland. For which supposed contempt, he was unjustly fined 2000l. by the House of Commons, degraded of his Maioralty, and committed prisoner to the Tower of London, Aprill 2. 1648.
Barrester of the Middle Temple. / [1681] A vindication of addresses in general, and of the Middle-Temple address and proceedings in particular in answer to the impartial account of addresses : wherein the popular pretences of some men are exposed / by a barrester of the Middle-Temple.
Loftus, Dudley, 1619-1695. / [1667] The vindication of an injured lady: written by the Lady Francesca Maria Lucretia Plunkett, one of the ladies of the privy chamber of the queen-mother of England.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [printed in the year, 1692] A vindication of an undertaking of certain gentlemen in order to the suppressing of debauchery, and profaneness.
Homes, Nathanael, 1599-1678. / [1646] A vindication of baptizing beleevers infants.: In some animadversions upon Mr. Tombes his Exercitations about infant baptisme; as also upon his Examen, as touching the antiquities and authors by him alledged or contradicted that concern the same. Humbly submitted to the judgement of all candid Christians, / by Nathanael Homes. Published according to order.
[1646] A vindication of certaine citizens that lately went to the leaguer, then before Oxford, or, Their answer to some prevaricating passages, inserted in an epistle, lately published by William Dell, minister of the Gospel.: Occasioned, by their attesting his delivering of certain positions, in a sermon at the leaguer, here set down, they being thereunto called by the House of Lords. Published by authoritie.
Pooly, Christopher, 1575 or 6-1653. / [1652] The vindication of Christ and his ordinances: from the corrupt and false glosses made thereon by the subtil and deceivers of these times. By Christopher Pooly, minister of the word at great Missingham, in Norfolk.
Poyntz, Sydenham. / [February 3. 1645. i.e. 1646] The vindication of Colonel General Poyntz,: against the false and malicious slanders secretly cast forth against him; as in a letter to a friend of his, and a servant to the state doth appear.
Felix, Jozef. / [1668] A vindication of conformity to the liturgy of the Church of England.: In a letter, written to A person of quality, wherein satisfaction is given to certain queries suggested by a non-conformist.
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705. / [1683] A vindication of Dr. Titus Oates from two late scurrilous libels written to create a dis-belief of the Popish plot : the one entituled A narrative by E. Settle : the other a modest vindication of Titus Oates, the Salamanca doctor, from perjury &c. / by A. Elliot.
[1685] A vindication of Duncan Liddel, and his son George Liddel, the on [sic] professor of the mathematicks, and the other a student of philosophie, and John Forbes, printer to the university and town of Aberdeen by way of answer of a scourrilous [sic] ryme sent from Edinburgh. To the tune of, The gentlemans mear is behind.
Larner, William. / [1646] A vindication of every free-man libertie against all arbitrary power and government, or, A letter of William Larner, prisoner, to Sir Henry Vane, Junior, a parliamentarian wherein is set forth his unjust imprisonment and cruell hard dealings towards the said William Larner.
Lane, Samuel. / [1645] A vindication of free-grace:: in opposition to this Arminian position, (Naturall men may do such things as whereunto God hath by way of promise annexed grace and acceptation.) / First preached, after asserted at Stephens Coleman-steete [sic] London, by Mr. John Goodvvin. Also an appendix proving the souls enjoying Christ after death, afore the Resurrection, against some errours hereafter specified. Published for the justification of truth by S.L.
Portington, Henry. / [printed, 1665] A vindication of Henry Portington Esquire, being unjustly committed to Newgate, upon the information of a mad man.
[1693] A Vindication of Her Grace, Mary Dutchess of Norfolk. Being a true account of the proceedings before the House of Lords, (from Jan. 7th. 1691. to Febr. 17th. following) upon His Grace the Duke of Norfolk's bill, entituled, An act to dissolve the marriage, &c. occasioned, by several libellous pamphlets lately published, and dispersed, under the same pretence and title. / [Publis]hed by the direction of Her Grace the Dutchess of Norfolk.
Joyce, George, fl. 1647. / [1647] A vindication of His Majesty and the army.: As also the grounds and reasons of the armies guarding and preservation of His Majesties person. Authorized by speciall command.
Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1699] A vindication of infant baptism from the four chief objections brought against it ... : in a letter to Mr. **** / by John Turner ...
Vaughton, John, 1644-1712. / [1676] A vindication of Jesus Christ, the immaculate lamb of God from the foul and blasphemous imputation of one Thomas Powel ... who affirmed, that Jesus Christ was the greatest sinner in the world : with an answer to a paper put forth by him, entituled A word to the wise is enough ... / by John Vaughton ...
Jenkins, David, 1582-1663. / [1647] The vindication of Judge Jenkins prisoner in the Tower, the 29. of Aprill, 1647
T. H. / [Nov. 15, 1647] A vindication of kings and nobles against that ungodly paper called The alarum to the head quarters by T.H.
A. C. / [1647 i.e. 1648] A vindication of Lieut. Gen. Cromwell, and Com. Gen. Ireton, against the scandalous aspersions cast upon them in a posted libell signed by one Tompson. And likewise a true state of the case concerning the said Tompson. / By A.C.
Falkner, William, d. 1682. / [1680] A vindication of liturgies shewing the lawfulness, usefulness, and antiquity, of performing the publick worship of God by set forms of prayer, wherein several other things also of considerable use are occasionally discussed : in answer to a late book intitules, A reasonable account why some pious non-conforming ministers in England judge it sinful for them to perform their ministerial acts in publick solemn prayer by the prescribed forms of others / by William Falkner.
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1681] The vindication of liturgies, lately published by Dr. Falkner, proved no vindication of the lawfulness, usefulness, and antiquity of set-forms of publick ministerial prayer to be generally used by, or imposed on all ministers, and consequently an answer to a book, intituled, A reasonable account why some pious nonconformists judge it sinful, for them to perform their ministerial acts in by the prescribed forms of others : wherein with an answer to what Dr. Falkner hath said in the book aforesaid, the original principles are discovered, from whence the different apprehensions of men in this point arise / by the author of the Reasonable account, and Supplement to it.
Poyntz, Robert, Sir, 1589?-1665. / [1661] A vindication of monarchy and the government long established in the Church and Kingdome of England against the pernicious assertions and tumultuous practices of the innovators during the last Parliament in the reign of Charles the I / written by Sir Robert Poyntz, Knight of the Bath.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [MDCXLVI. 1646] A vindication of Mr Burroughes,: against Mr Edwards his foule aspersions, in his spreading Gangræna, and his angry Antiapologia. Concluding with a briefe declaration what the Independents would have. / By Jer: Burroughes.
Heyns, Bryan. / [MDCLXXXII. 1682] A vindication of Mr. Bryan Heyns from all the calumnies and reproaches cast upon him by the phanaticks: together with a short relation of the present Presbyterian Plot, against the King and government.
Tong, William, 1662-1727. / [1691] A vindication of Mr. H's Brief enquiry into the true nature of schism from the exceptions of T.W. the citizen of Chester, and sincere lover of truth.
By a friend to truth, and an enemy to lyes. / [Printed in the yeare, 1658] A vindication of Mr. VVeld wherein, the case between him and his opposers, is truely stated, and the church-way of Christ soberly asserted. In answer to the aspersions most unworthily cast upon him by Mr. James Cole, Tho: Potts, Tho: Arrowsmith, George Johnson, and Ralph Clavering, (an ill recompence of all his faithfull endeavours for their eternall good) and themselves manifested to the world what spirits they are of. By a friend to truth, and an enemy to lyes.
Yelverton, Henry, Sir, 1566-1629. / [1662] A vindication of my Lord Bishop of Worcester's letter touching Mr. Baxter from the animadversions of D. E.
Unknown servant of his Lordship. / [1650] A vindication of my Lord Windsor's late proceedings with Mr. John Griffith,: occasioned by his vain aspersions. / And undertaken by an unknown servant of his Lordship.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669. / [Printed, 1642] A vindication of Psalme 105.15. (touch not mine anoynted, and doe my prophets no harme) from some false glosses lately obtruded on it by Royallists.: Proving that this divine inhibition was given to kings, not subjects; to restraine them from injuring and oppressing Gods servants, and their subjects; who are Gods anoynted, as well as kings: and that it is more unlawfull for kings to plunder and make war upon their subjects, by way of offence, then for subjects to take up armes against kings in such cases by way of defence. With a briefe exhortation to peace and unity.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1692] A vindication of some among our selves against the false principles of Dr. Sherlock in a letter to the doctor, occasioned by the sermon which he preached at the Temple-Church on the 29th of May, 1692 : in which letter are also contained reflexions on some other of the doctor's sermons, published since he took the oath.
Davenant, Charles, 1656-1714. / [1699] A vindication of some assertions relating to coin and trade from the reflections made by the author of the essay on ways and means, in his book, intituled, Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England,&c. part. II.
Tuthill, Francis. / [1698] A vindication of some objections lately raised against Dr. John Colbatch: his hipothesis : together with some observations on his essay of alkaly and acid and it's [sic] appendix. / By Dr. Francis Tuthill of Dorchester.
Pullen, Tobias, 1648-1713. / [1699] A vindication of Sr. Robert King's designs and actions in relation to the late and present Lord Kingston being an answer to a scandalous libel, lately sent abroad under the title of Materials for a bill of discovery against Sir Robert King, Bar., Anthony Raymond, Charles Gosling, [and others].
Mumford, J. (James), 1606-1666. / [1660] A vindication of St. Gregorie his dialogues: in which the great St. Gregory is proved the author of that work.
[1695] A vindication of the antapologist,: against the defence of the Dean of St. Paul's Apology.
Trepidantium Malleus. / [1700] A vindication of the apostolick and primative manner of baptizing by immersion in a letter to Mr. George Keith : with remarks upon a second friendly epistle written to him / from one who stiles himself Trepidantium Malleus.
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1647] A vindication of the army under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, with an answer to several objections made against them, &c.:
Russel, William, d. 1702. / [in the year 1697] A vindication of the baptized churches from the calumnies of Mr. Michael Harrison, of Potters Pury in Northampton-shire. Being an answer to his two books, intituled, Infant baptism God's ordinance. By William Russel, M.D. A lover of primitive Christianity.
Johnston, Joseph, d. 1723. / [1686] A vindication of the Bishop of Condom's Exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic Church in answer to a book entituled, An exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England, &c. : with a letter from the said Bishop.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [Anno Dom. 1657] A vindication of the book called, Some Gospel-truths opened; according to the Scriptures, and the opposition made against it by Edward Borrough, a professed Quaker, (but proved an enemie to the truth) examined and confuted by the word of God. And also, the things that were then laid down, and declared to the world by me, are a second-time born witness to, according to truth: with the answer of Edward Burrough to the quæries then laid down in my book reproved. And also, a plain answer to his quæries, given in simplicitie of soul; and is now also presented to the world, or who else may read, or hear them; to the end (if God will) that truth may be discovered thereby. / by John Bunyan ...
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [MDCLXXXVII. 1687] A vindication of the Church of England from the foul aspersions of schism and heresie unjustly cast upon her by the Church of Rome. In two parts
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1663] A vindication of the commands and doctrine of Christ Jesus and of his people in their faithful obedience to him against all swearers and swearing whatsoever, according to the scriptures of truth : with a few words unto all such rulars [sic], teachers, and people ... that have a hand in afflicting, persecuting, and casting such into prisons ... / W.B.
Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. / [1693] The vindication of the dead: or, six hours reflections upon the six weeks labour in answering Mr. Ashton's Speech published by authority.
Lowth, William, 1660-1732. / [1692] A vindication of the divine authority and inspiration of the writings of the Old and New Testament in answer to a treatise lately translated out of French, entituled, Five letters concerning the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures / by William Lowth ...
Whitfield, Thomas, Minister of the Gospel. / [1657] A vindication of the doctrine of Gods absolute decree and of Christs absolute and special redemption. In way of answer to those objections that are brought against them by Mr. Tho: Pierce, in his treatise, entituled, The divine philanthropy. By Tho: Whitfeld, minister of the gospel.
Warner, John, 1628-1692. / [Permissu superiorum. M. D.C. LXXXJ. 1681] A vindication of the English Catholiks from the pretended conspiracy against the life, and government of His Sacred Maiesty discovering the cheif lyes & contradictions contained in the narratiue of Titus Oates. The 2. edition with some additions: & an answer to two pamplets printed in defence of the narrative. Jtem a relation of some of Bedlows pranks in Spain, & Oate's letter concerning him.
Hudson, Samuel, 17th cent. / [1650] A vindication of the essence and unity of the church catholike visible, and the priority thereof in regard of particular churches in answer to the objections made against it, both by Mr. John Ellis, Junior, and by that reverend and worthy divine, Mr. Hooker, in his Survey of church discipline / by Samuel Hudson ...
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [1642] A vindication of the King with some observations upon the two houses / by a true son of the Church of England, and a lover of his countries liberty. Together with the resolution of Wiltshire, and the petition of the gentlemen of the foure Innes of Court, in behalfe of all the true protestants in England &c. ; also His Majesties letter to both Houses of Parliament the 20th of January.
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687. / [Printed Anno Domini, 1642] A vindication of the King,: with some observations upon the two Houses: by a true son of the Church of England, and a lover of his countries liberty.
Hearty friend to all good men. / [1684] A vindication of the late reverend and learned John Owen D.D. by a friendly scrutiny into the merits, and manner of Mr. Rich. Baxters opposition to twelve arguments concerning worship by the lyturgy, said to be Dr. Owens / by a hearty friend to all good men, and of the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1680] A vindication of the late sermon, on--Curse ye Meroz from the idle aspersions cast upon it and its author : with a full and true narrative of many material passages in Mr. Hickeringill's life.
Cook, John, d. 1660. / [1652] The vindication of the law: so far forth as scripture and right reason may be judge, and speedy justice (which exalts a nation) may be advanced. VVherein is declared what manner of persons Christian magistrates, judges, and lawyers ought to be. / By Iohn Cooke of Graies Inne, now chief justice of the province of Munster, 1652.
Casaubon, Meric, 1599-1671. / [1660] A vindication of the Lords prayer, as a formal prayer, and by Christ's institution to be used by Christians as a prayer: against the antichristian practice and opinion of some men. Wherein, also their private and ungrounded zeal is discovered, who are very strict for the observation of the Lords Day, and make so light of the Lords prayer. By Meric Casaubon, D.D. one of the prebandaries of C.C. Canterb.
J. M., London apprentice. / [1681] A vindication of the loyal London-apprentices against the false and scandalous aspersions of Richard Janeway in his lying mercury published June 14.
Corbet, John, 1620-1680. / [1646] A vindication of the magistrates and ministers of the city of Gloucester,: from the calumnies of Mr. Robert Bacon, in his printed relation of his usage there, which he intitles, The spirit of prelacy yet working, or truth from under a cloud. Together with ten questions discussed, which tend to the discovery of close antinomianisme. / By John Corbet minister, and chaplain to Major generall Massie. Published by authority.
W. E. / [1673] A vindication of the ministers of Christ from the slander cast on them that they are house-creepers, because they sometimes preach in private houses : also proving by the Scripture who are house-creepers, and the evil they do where their corrupt doctrine is received / held forth in two sermons on 2 Tim. 3. 6., by W.E.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1648. i.e. 1649] A vindication of the ministers of the Gospel in, and about London, from the unjust aspersions cast upon their former actings for the Parliament, as if they had promoted the bringing of the King to capitall punishment: With a short exhortation to their people to keep close to their covenant-ingagement.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1681] A vindication of the naked truth, the second part against the trivial objections and exceptions, of one Fullwood, stiling himself, D. D. archdeacon of Totnes in Devonshire, in a libelling pamphlet with a bulky and imboss'd title, calling it Leges Angliæ, or, The lawfulness of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Church of England : in answer to Mr. Hickeringill's Naked truth, the second part / by Phil. Hickeringill.
Gee, Edward, 1613-1660. / [Printed in the year, 1650] A vindication of the Oath of allegiance in ansvver to a paper disperst by Mr Sam: Eaton, pretending to prove the Oath of allegiance voyd, and non-obliging. Wherein his positions against it are examined and confuted. / By the author of the Exercitation concerning usurped powers.
Tendring, John. / [1657] A vindication of the orthodoxe Protestant doctrine: against the innovations of Dr. Drayton and Mr. Parker, domestique chaplain to the Right Honourable the E. of Pembroke, in the following positions.
[Printed in the yeare. MDCXLII. 1642] The vindication of the Parliament and their proceedings. Or, Their military designe prov'd loyall and legall.: A treatise, wherein these things are ingeniously and sincerely handled; to wit, 1. That the militia as setled by the Parliament is lawfull. 2. That it is lawfull for us to obey it, so setled by them. 3. That the Parliament is not by us to be deserted. 4. That in aiding the Parliament the king is not opposed. 5. That the Parliament (as the case stands) may not confide in the king. 6. That this necessary defensive warre of theirs is indubitably justifiable. Pulchrum pro Patria mori,
Cary, John, d. 1720? / [1698] A vindication of the Parliament of England, in answer to a book written by William Molyneux of Dublin, Esq., intituled, The case of Irelands being bound by acts of Parliament in England, stated by John Cary ...
Woodall, Frederick, b. 1614. / [1659] A vindication of The preacher sent, or A vvarrant for publick preaching without ordination.: Wherein is further discovered. 1. That some gifted men unordained, are Gospel preachers. 2. That officers sustain not a relation (as officers) to the universal Church; and other weighty questions concerning election and ordination, are opened and cleared. In answer to two books. 1. Vindiciæ ministrij evangelici revindicatæ or the Preacher (pretendly) sent, sent back again. By Dr. Colling of Norwich. 2. Quo warranto, or a moderate enquiry into the warrantableness of the preaching of gifted and unordained persons. By Mr. Pool, at the desire and appointment of the Provincial Assembly of London. With a reply to the exceptions of Mr. Hudson and Dr. Collings against the epistle to the preacher sent. / Published by Frederick Woodal, minister of the Gospel at Woodbridge in Suffolk. Samuel Petto minister of the GospeI [sic] at Sandcraft in Suffolk.
Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. / [1683] A vindication of the primitive Christians in point of obedience to their Prince against the calumnies of a book intituled, The life of Julian, written by Ecebolius the Sophist as also the doctrine of passive obedience cleared in defence of Dr. Hicks : together with an appendix : being a more full and distinct answer to Mr. Tho. Hunt's preface and postscript : unto all which is added The life of Julian, enlarg'd.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1682] A vindication of the primitive church, and diocesan episcopacy in answer to Mr. Baxter's Church history of bishops, and their councils abridged : as also to some part of his Treatise of episcopacy.
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716. / [1695] A vindication of the primitive Fathers against the imputations of Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum, in his Discourse on the divinity and death of Christ referred to the sense and judgment of the church universal, the arch-bishops and bishops of the Church of England, the two famous universities of Oxon and Cambridge, and the next session of the convocation / Samuel Hill ...
Gee, Edward, 1657-1730. / [1688] A vindication of the principles of the author of the answer to the compiler of the nubes testium from the charge of popery in answer to a late pretended letter from a dissenter to the divines of the Church of England : as deceivers, and yet true, 2 Cor. 6. 8.
Care, Henry, 1646-1688. / [1688] A vindication of the proceedings of His Majesties ecclesiastical commissioners, against the Bishop of London and the fellows of Magdalen-College
[1662] A Vindication of the proceedings of the gentlemen of the Inner-Temple
Somers, John Somers, Baron, 1651-1716. / [1690] A vindication of the proceedings of the late Parliament of England An. Dom. 1689, being the first in the reign of their present Majesties King William and Queen Mary.
Traill, Robert, 1642-1716. / [1692] A vindication of the Protestant doctrine concerning justification, and of its preachers and professors, from the unjust charge of Antinomianism in a letter from a minister in the city, to a minister in the countrey.
Rait, William, 1617-1670. / [1671] A vindication of the reformed religion, from the reflections of a romanist written for information of all, who will receive the truth in love / by William Rait ...
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1695] A vindication of the remarks on the Bishop of Derry's discourse about human inventions from what is objected against them in the admonition annext to the second edition of that discourse by the author of the remarks.
Caron, R. (Redmond), 1605?-1666. / [printed in the year, 1660] A vindication of the Roman Catholicks of the English nation. From some aspersions lately cast upon them. In a letter from a Protestant gentleman in the countrey, to a citizen of London.
[1650] A vindication of the Rump: or, The Rump re-advanc'd. To the tune of, Up tails all.
Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684. / [1664] A vindication of the sincerity of the Protestant religion in the point of obedience to sovereignes opposed to the doctrine of rebellion authorised and practised by the Pope and the Jesuites in answer to a Jesuitical libel entituled Philanax anglicus / by Peter Du Moulin.
Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. / [1648] The vindication of the solemnity of the nativity of Christ shewing the grounds upon which the observation of that and other festivalls is justified in the church : with a short answer to certaine quaeries propounded by one Ioseph Heming in oppositon to the aforesayd practise of the church / by Thomas Warmstry ...
Jollie, Thomas, 1629-1703. / [1698] A vindication of the Surey demoniack as no impostor, or, A reply to a certain pamphlet publish'd by Mr. Zach. Taylor, called, The Surey impostor with a further clearing and confirming of the truth as to Richard Dugdale's case and cure / by T.J. ... ; to which is annexed a brief narrative of the Surey demoniack, drawn up by the same author ...
Hunton, Philip, 1604?-1682. / [M. DC. XLIV. 1644] A vindication of the Treatise of monarchy,: containing an answer to Dr Fernes reply; also, a more full discovery of three maine points; 1. The ordinance of God in supremacie. 2. The nature and kinds of limitation. 3. The causes and meanes of limitation in governments. Done by the authour of the former treatise.
Thomas, J. (John) / [1679] A vindication of the true Christian religion in opposition to the abominations of popery in a sermon upon Ezek. 21: 24,25,26,27 : being the text appointed by the Pope for Master Whitebread, one of the popish conspirators, to preach upon the accomplishing of their wicked design for taking away the life of His Most Sacred Majesty ... / by J. Thomas, Rect. of S. Nicholas.
W. C., Student in divinity. / [1681] A vindication of the true Episcopal religion as it was planted and set forth by our Saviour Christ ... / by W.C., student in divinity.
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1690] A vindication of the two letters concerning alterations in the liturgy in answer to Vox cleri / by a London presbyter.
Grant, William, d. 1678. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] The vindication of the vicar of Istleworth, in the county of Middlesex.: From a scandalous pamphlet, contayning one and twenty articles; invented by some, closely; subscribed unto but by six, publiquely; presented but by one, openly; and now vented in print surreptitiously (in the name of the whole parish) by a no-body. Whereunto are likewise added certaine notorious impieties and misdeameanours of Gilbert Barrell attorney, the promoter: which shall be fairely and fully proved, upon just occasion. / By William Grant vicar of Istelworth aforesaid.
Minister of London. / [1691] A vindication of their Majesties Wisdom in the nomination of some reverend persons to the vacant arch-bishopricks and bishopricks occasioned by the scandalous reflections of unreasonable men / by a minister of London.
Henshaw, Thomas, 1618-1700. / [MDCLIV. 1654] A vindication of Thomas Henshaw Esquire, sometimes Major in the French Kings service.: In justification of himself against the aspersions throwne vpon him. Concerning a pretended plott for which John Gerharde Esquire, and Peter Vovvell gent: were murthered on the 10.th of August, 1654.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. / [1656] A vindication of truth,: as held forth in a book, entituled, Love to the lost, from the lies, slanders and deceits of T. Higgenson, in a book, called, A testimony to thc [sic] true Iesus. But he is discovered to hold forth another Iesus then what the Scriptures hold forth, or the saints witness. / I.N.
Wyeth, Joseph, 1663-1731. / [1697] A vindication of W.P. from the erronious [sic] and false testimony of Thomas Budd: being in answer to a sheet of his, entituled, A testimony for truth, against error. / By Joseph Wyeth.
Griffith, John, fl. 1648-1659. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A vindication or justification of John Griffith, Esq.: Against the horrid, malitious, and unconscionable verdict of the coroners iury in Cheshire : vvhich was packt by the means of that pocky, rotten, lying, cowardly, and most perfidious knave, Sir Hugh Caulveley Knight, onely to vent his inveterate hatred and malice against me.
Eaton, Samuel, 1596?-1665. / [1651] A vindication, or, Further confirmation of some other Scriptures, produced to prove the divinity of Jesus Christ, distorted and miserably wrested and abused by Mr. John Knowles together with a probation or demonstration of the destructiveness and damnableness of the contrary doctrine maintained by the aforesaid Mr. Knowles : also the doctrine of Christs satisfaction and of reconciliation on Gods part to the creature, cleared up form Scripture, which of late hath been much impugned : and a discourse concerning the springing and spreading of error, and of the means of cure, and of the preservatives and against it / by Samuel Eaton, teacher of the church of Jesus Christ, commonly stiled the church at Duckenfield.
Dryden, John, 1631-1700. / [1683] The vindication, or, The parallel of the French Holy-League and the English League and Covenant turn'd into a seditious libell against the King and His Royal Highness by Thomas Hunt and the authors of the Reflections upon the pretended parallel in the play called The Duke of Guise / written by Mr. Dryden.
Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581. / [anno M.D.LXXIX. 1579] Vindiciae, contra tyrannos: siue, de principis in populum, populâique in principem, legitima potestate, Stephano Iunio Bruto Celta, auctore.
Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. / [1693] Vindiciae quorundam Roberti Barclaii noematum contra aliquas argumentationes in eo libro cui titulus est Antibarclaius ubi reperitur elucidatio veritatis de immediata & interna Revelatione, de Scripturis, de universali redemptione / Edm. Elisio = A vindication of some sentiments of Robert Barclay against the arguments of a book entituled Antibarclaius : wherein the truth of immediate and inward Revelation, of the Scriptures, of universal redemption is further explained / by Edm. Elys.
Humphreys, John, b. 1637. / [1680] Vindiciae veritatis a narrative vindicating the truth against the invective, malicious, and slanderous back-biting aspersions of certain non-conformists in and about London passing under the notions of Presbyterians, and others their pupils and confederates concerning the truths published in my Little book of the covenants and The personal reign of Christ ... / by the author John Humphryes.
Cawdrey, Daniel, 1588-1664. / [1651] Vindiciae vindiciarum, or, A further manifestation of M.J.C., his contradictions instanced in Vindiciae clavium being a rejoinder to his reply (to some few of those many contradictions) in his last book called, The way of Congregationall churches cleared, part 2 / by D.C.
Boyse, J. (Joseph), 1660-1728. / [1688] Vindiciæ Calvinisticæ: or, some impartial reflections on the Dean of Londondereys considerations that obliged him to come over to the communion of the Church of Rome And Mr. Chancellor King's answer thereto. He no less unjustly than impertinently reflects, on the protestant dissenters. In a letter to friend. By W.B. D.D.
Hollingworth, Richard, 1639?-1701. / [1692] Vindiciæ Carolinæ, or, A defence of Eikon basilikē, the portraicture of His Sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings in reply to a book intituled Eikonoklastes, written by Mr. Milton, and lately re-printed at Amsterdam.
[1648] Vindiciæ Carolinæ. Being a true relation of His Highnesse the Prince of Wales, His voyage at sea, since he parted from Calais in France, July 20. untill this very day, 1648.
Lewthwat, Richard. / [1655] Vindiciæ Christi, et obex errori Arminiano: = a plea for Christ, and obstrvction to the first passage, whereat the errors of Arminus steal into the hearts of men:: shewing Christs satisfaction in his humiliation, to be the sole price of our redemption; and evidencing faith in that satisfaction, no instrumental cause of our justification in the fight of God, nor condition given us for life. Delivered in three sermons: by Richard Lewthwat Master of Arts, in Caius Colledge in Cambridge, at his Parish of Wigston in Norfolk.
Cawdrey, Daniel, 1588-1664. / [1645] Vindiciæ clavium: or, A vindication of the keyes of the kingdome of Heaven, into the hands of the right owners. Being some animadversions upon a tract of Mr. I.C. called, The keyes of the kingdome of Heaven. As also upon another tract of his, called, The way of the churches of Nevv-England. Manifesting; 1. The weaknesse of his proofes. 2. The contradictions to himselfe, and others. 3. The middle-way (so called) of Independents, to be the extreme, or by-way of the Brownists. / By an earnest well-wisher to the truth.
Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581. / [1648] Vindiciæ contra tyrannos:: a defence of liberty against tyrants. Or, of the lawfull power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince. Being a treatise written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus, and translated out of both into English. Questions discussed in this treatise. I. Whether subjects are bound, and ought to obey princes, if they command that which is against the law of God. II. Whether it be lawfull to resist a prince which doth infringe the law of God, or ruine the Church, by whom, how, and how farre it is lawfull. III. Whether it be lawfull to resist a prince which doth oppresse or ruine a publique state, and how farre such resistance may be extended, by whome, how, and by what right, or law it is permitted. IV. Whether neighbour princes or states may be, or are bound by law, to give succours to the subjects of other princes, afflicted to the cause of true religion, or oppressed by manifest tyranny.
Travers, Walter, 1547 or 8-1635. / [1630] Vindiciæ Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ: or A iustification of the religion now professed in England. VVherein it is prooued to be the same which was taught by our Sauiour Iesus Christ, and by his holy Apostles; written for their vse that haue desired such proofe. By W.T.
Lancaster, Robert, b. 1603 or 4. / [1694] Vindiciæ Evangelii, or, A vindication of the Gospel, with the establishment of the law being a reply to Mr. Steven Geree's treatise entituled, The doctrine of the Antinomians confuted : wherein he pretends to charge divers dangerous doctrines on Dr. Crisp's sermons, as anti-evangelical and antinomical / by Robert Lancaster ...
Stephens, Nathaniel, 1606?-1678. / [1658] Vindiciæ fundamenti: or A threefold defence of the doctrine of original sin:: together with some other fundamentals of salvation the first against the exceptions of Mr. Robert Everard in his book entituled, The creation and the fall of man. The second against the examiners of the late assemblies confession of faith. The third against the allegations of Dr. Jeremy Taylor, in his Unum necessarium, and two letter treatises of his. By Nathaniel Stephens minister of Fenny-Drayton in Leicestershire.
Mence, Francis, 1639?-1696? / [1694] Vindiciæ fœderis, or, A vindication of the interest that the children of believers as such have in the covenant of grace with their parents under the Gospel-dispensation being the substance of two sermons, with additions preached to a congregation in Wapping : also some seasonable reflections upon various unsound and cruel passages taken forth of two furious books of Mr. H. Collins printed against infant-baptism / by Fran. Mence.
Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657. / [in the year 1656. ] Vindiciæ Judæorum, or A letter in answer to certain questions propounded by a noble and learned gentleman, touching the reproaches cast on the nation of the Jevves; wherein all objections are candidly, and yet fully cleared. By Rabbi Menasseh Ben Israel a divine and a physician.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1646] Vindiciæ legis: or, A vindication of the morall law and the covenants,: from the errours of papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians. In XXIX. lectures, preached at Laurence-Jury, London. / By Anthony Burgess, preacher of Gods Word.
C. D. / [1658] Vindiciæ magistratuum. or, a sober plea for subjection to present government. According to the command and special direction of God himself, in his holy scriptures. / By the meanest of the Lord's tenderers of his great honour, and weal of his saints.
Wingfield, Augustus. / [1653] Vindiciæ medio-Saxonicæ, or, Tithes totally routed by Magna charta in a reply to an answer of Middlesex letter and petition, in the latter end of a tract, called, A treatise of tubes, wherein the invalidity of the said treatisers arguments are fully manifested, and the said letter and petition clearly vindicated from error and mistake / by Aug. Wingfield ...
Fullwood, Francis, d. 1693. / [1651] Vindiciæ mediorum & mediatoris. or, the present reigning errour arraigned, at the barr of Scripture and reason. Wherein is discovered the falshood and danger of that late borne opinion, that pretends to an immediate enjoyment and call of the Spirit of God, both above and against its owne fffects, [sic] cause, word, ministry, and witness, in all respects. Occasioned by a pamphlet, intituled, The saints travell to the land of Canaan, or a discovery of seventeen false rests, &c. By one R. Wilkinson, a preacher of this errour about Totnes in the West. In the treatise following, the reader shall finde, most of the maine fundamentall doctrinall truths that this age doth controvert, faithfully vindicated, cleared, confirmed. By F. Fullwood, minister of the Gospell at Staple Fitzpane in the county of Somerset.
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1658] Vindiciæ ministerii evangelici revindicatæ: or The preacher (pretendedly) sent, sent back again, to bring a better account who sent him, and learn his errand: by way of reply, to a late book (in the defence of gifted brethrens preaching) published by Mr. John Martin of Edgefield in Norfolk, Mr. Samuel Petto of Sandcroft in Suffolk, Mr. Frederick Woodale of Woodbridge in Suffolk: so far as any thing in their book pretends to answer a book published, 1651. called Vindiciæ ministerii evangelici; with a reply also to the epistle prefixed to the said book, called, The preacher sent. By John Collinges B.D. and pastor of the church in Stephens parish in Norwich.
Stalham, John, d. 1681. / [1647] Vindiciæ redemptionis. In the fanning and sifting of Samuel Oates his exposition upon Mat. 13. 44. With a faithfull search after our Lords meaning in his two parables of the treasure and the pearl. Endeavoured in several sermons upon Mat. 13. 44, 45. Where in the former part, universal redemption is discovered to be a particular errour. (Something here is inserted in answer to Paulus Testardus, touching that tenet.) And in the later part, Christ the peculiar treasure and pearl of Gods elect is laid as the sole foundation; and the Christians faith and joy in him, and self-deniall for him, is raised as a sweet and sure superstructure. / By John Stalham, Pastour of the Church at Terling in Essex.
Williams, Gryffith, 1589?-1672. / [Ann. Dom. 1643] Vindiciæ regum; or, The grand rebellion that is, a looking-glasse for rebels, whereby they may see, how by ten severall degrees they shall ascend to the height of their designe, and so throughly rebell, and utterly destroy themselves thereby. And, wherin is clearly proued by holy Scripturs, ancient fathers, constant martyrs, and our best modern writers, that it is no wayes lawfull for any private man, or any sort or degree of men, inferior magistrates, peeres of the kingdom, greatest nobility, lo. of the councel, senate, Parliament or Pope, for any cause, compelling to idolatry, exercising cruelty, prastizing [sic] tyranny, or any other pretext, how fair and specious soever it seems to be, to rebell, take armes, and resist the authority of their lawfull king; whom God will protect, and require all the blood that shall be spilt at the hands of the head rebels. And all the maine objections to the contrary are clearly answered. / By Gr. Williams, L. Bishop of Ossory.
Lover of truth and peace. / [1684] Vindiciæ revindicate being an answer to Mr. Baxters book intituled Catholick communion doubly defended, by Dr. Owen's vindicator and Richard Baxter, and Mr. Baxter's notions of the saints repentance and displeasure in heaven, considered / by a lover of truth and peace in sincerity.
Saravia, Adrien, 1530-1612. / [1629] Vindiciæ sacræ. A treatise of the honor and maintenance due to ecclesiasticall persons. Done out of the Latin, of that famous diuine of Holland, H. Saravia, sometime prebend of Canterbury.
[MDCXLVIII. 1648] Vindiciæ veritatis or an unanimous attestation to Gods blessed truth revealed in his vvord:: together with a serious protestation against those church-desolating and soul-damning errors, heresies, and blasphemies, which of late have come in like a flood upon our county and kingdome : especially against a toleration of them. / Made in pursuance of the nationall Covenant, by the ministers of the Gospel within the West-Riding of the countie of York, as a caution to their flocks, and testimonie to the world of their zeal for, and love to, Christs truth and church. Readily and willingly subscribed, April 6. 1648.
Coxe, Nehemiah. / [1677] Vindiciæ veritatis, or, A confutation [...] the heresies and gross errours asserted by Thomas Collier in his additinal word to his body of divinity written by Nehemiah Coxe ...
Ives, Jeremiah, fl. 1653-1674. / [Printed, in the year, 1672] Vindiciæ veritatis, or, An impartial account of two several disputations the one being on the 12th. and the other on the 26th of February, 1671. between Mr. Danson a non-conformist minister, and Mr. Ives, upon this question, (viz) whether the doctrine of the possibility of some true believers final apostacy, be true, or no? Published to prevent false reports. Together with an appendix; in which the said question is more fully resolved in the affirmative, and the absurd[i]t[i]es of the negative opinion detected from the pens of divers of the patrons of it. By a lover of truth and peace.
Geree, John, 1601?-1649. / [1647 i.e. 1646] Vindiciæ vindiciarum: or, A vindication of his Vindication of infant-baptisme, from the exceptions of M. Harrison, in his Pœdo-baptisme oppugned, and from the exceptions of Mr. Tombes, in his chief digressions of his late Apology, from the manner to the matter of his treatises. By Io. Geree M. of Arts, and Preacher of the Word in S. Albanes. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy.
Geree, John, 1601?-1649. / [1641] Vindiciæ voti. Or a vindication of the true sense of the nationall covenant, in a briefe and moderate answere to the Protestation Protested discovering the unsoundnesse of that interpretation of the covenant, and the weaknesse of the grounds there suggested for separate and independant churches. By Iohn Geree, master of arts, and preacher of Gods word in Tewkesbury. Published by the authority of the House of Commons.
Worlidge, John, fl. 1660-1698. / [1676] Vinetum Britannicum, or, A treatise of cider and such other wines and drinks that are extracted from all manner of fruits growing in this kingdom together with the method of propogating all sorts of vinous fruit-trees, and a description of the new-invented ingenio, or mill, for the more expeditious and better making of cider : and also, the right method of making metheglin and birch-wine : with copper-plates / by J.W., gent.
Pinelli, Luca, 1542-1607. / [M.D.C.IIII. 1604] The Virgin Maries life. Faithfully gathered out of auncient and holie fathers. Togeather with meditations and documents vpon the same. Writen first in Italien by the reuerend father Lucas Pinelli, of the Societie of Iesus. And now translated in to English by R.G.
Patrick, John, 1632-1695. / [1688] The Virgin Mary misrepresented by the Roman Church in the traditions of that church, concerning her life and glory, and in the devotions paid to her, as the mother of God ...
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. / [MDCLXXXVIII. 1688] The Virgin Mary misrepresented by the Roman Church in the traditions of that church, concerning her life and glory; and in the devotions paid to her, as the mother of God. Both shewed out of the offices of that church, the lessons on her festivals, and from their allowed authors. Part I. Wherein two of her feasts, her conception and nativity, are considered.
S. A. / [1673] The virgin saint, or, A brief narrative of the holy life and Christian death of Mary Wilson: with some memorable passages, and occasional speeches a little before her death added thereunto ; to which is also adjoyned a sermon, preached at her funeral by Mr. Geo. Nicholson, together with several consolatory letters, written by divers ministers, to her mournful father, Mr. Richard Wilson of Crosfield in Cumberland.
[1694?] The virgin's complaint against young mens unkindness. Of young mens falshood she doth much complain, resolving never to love man again: experience tells her men love but for fashion, that makes her rail against them in such passion. To the tune of, Cupid's courtesie, &c.
I. B., fl. 1632. / [1632] Virginalia. or Spirituall sonnets in prayse of the most glorious Virgin Marie vpon euerie seuerall title of her litanies of Loreto: all or most part of the principall passages therein confirmed by the euident testimonies of the ancient fathers, to preuent the obiections of such, as vsually detract from her deserued prayses. By I.B.
Symonds, William, 1556-1616? / [1609] Virginia. A sermon preached at VVhite-Chappel, in the presence of many, honourable and worshipfull, the aduenturers and planters for Virginia. 25. April. 1609. Published for the benefit and vse of the colony, planted, and to bee planted there, and for the aduancement of their Christian purpose. By William Symonds, preahcer at Saint Sauiors in Southwarke.
[1609] Virginia richly valued, by the description of the maine land of Florida, her next neighbour out of the foure yeeres continuall trauell and discouerie, for aboue one thousand miles east and west, of Don Ferdinando de Soto, and sixe hundred able men in his companie. Wherin are truly obserued the riches and fertilitie of those parts, abounding with things necessarie, pleasant, and profitable for the life of man: with the natures and dispositions of the inhabitants. Written by a Portugall gentleman of Eluas, emploied in all the action, and translated out of Portugese by Richard Hakluyt.
[1680] Virginity grown troublesome: or, The younger sister lamentation for want of a husband. Being a most pleasant and delightful new song much in use, &c. Each age grows riper, love does still prevail, and maiden-heads at sixteen now are stale; young girls to mothers will be turn'd e're they know what it means, slie Cupid does betray, fires them with love, and then there's nothing can cure their distemper, unless oyl of man. to a pleasant new west-country tune.
[1681-84] The virgins A B C. Or, An alphabet of vertuous admonitions, for a chast, modest and well- governed maid. The tune is, The young mans A B C.
Batchiler, John. ca. 1615-1674. / [1661] The virgins pattern, in the exemplary life and lamented death of Mrs. Susanna Perwich, daughter of Mr. Robert Perwich, who departed this life ... July 3, 1661 published at the earn[est] request of divers that knew her well, for the use and benefit of others / by John Batchiler, a neer relation ...
[between 1682-1685] The virgins tragedy: or the faithful maiden, and the faithless young man. Being a true relation how a young man living in Westminster, fell in love with a maid which had two hundred pounds to her portion, several promises past betwixt them, and their love continued for the space of two years, at the end whereof, he appounted a day for marriage, but the day being come, he most disloyally cast her off and forsook her; whose unkindness struck so deep to the maidens heart, that she fell into swouning and distracted fits, and so miserable languisht for a fortnights time, & then dyed. Desiring on her death-bed in the presence of several neighbours, that her parents and relations would cause her unfortunate tragedy to be put into print, which is here done to fulfil the will of the dead: by her brother. Tune is Ginny Gin or, Fare one let me in.
J. S. (James Shute), fl. 1689-1703. / [1695] Virtue and science pindarick poems dedicated to the Most Illustrious Princess Anne, Dutchess of Richmond and Lenox, and to her sister, the Right Honourable Frances, Countess of Newburgh / by J.S.
I. H. / [1647] Virtue and valour vindicated or, The late hugh and cry sent after Generall Massie, Pointz, &c. retorted in the teeth of that scandalous libeller, who being ashamed to shew his name, hath discovered his nature.: An enemy to honesty and all honour, and a living character of inhumanity. / By I.H.
Agricola, Georg Andreas, 1672-1738. / [1680] The virtues and uses of the cordial spirit of saffron
[1680] The virtues and uses of the cordial spirit of saffron
Price, Samuel, in Christ-Church Hospital. / [1690] The virtues of coffee, chocolette, and thee or tea, experimentally known in this our climate.
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [1680] The virtuous woman found her loss bewayl'd, and character exemplified in a sermon preach't at Felsted in Essex, at the funeral of the most excellent and religious lady, the Right Honourable Mary Countess Dowager of Warwick. By Anthony Walker D.D. rector of Fyfield in the said county. To which are annexed some of her ladyships pious and useful meditations.
J. S. / [1677] The visible glory of the reign of Christ on earth no ways repugnant to the spirituality of his kingdom occasion'd by an epistolary discourse intituled The reign of Christ among his saints, denying any such outward and visible kingdom.
[1688-89] The Vision
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1660] The vision of Humphrey Smith, which he saw concerning London, in the fifth month, in the year 1660 being not long after her King came to her.
J. P. (John Perrot), d. 1671? / [1682] The vision of John Perrot wherein is contained the future state of Europe, &c., particularly the empire of Greece, France, Germany, Spain, and England : as it was shewed him in the Island of Jamaica, a little before this death, and sent by him to a friend in London for a warning to his native country : published at the request of some of his friends / by a lover of Sions seed.
Langland, William, 1330?-1400? The vision of pierce Plowman nowe the second time imprinted by Roberte Crowlye dwellynge in Elye rentes in Holburne whereunto are added certayne notes and cotations in the mergyne, geuyng light to the reader. And in the begynning is set a brefe summe of all the principal matters spoken of in the boke. And as the boke is deuided into twenty partes called Passus: so is the summary diuided, for euery parte hys summarie, rehearsynge the matters spoken of in euery parte. euen in suche order as they stande there.
Howgill, Mary. / [1662] The vision of the Lord of Hosts faithfully declared in his own time, and the decree of the Lord God also recorded, which is nigh to be fulfilled : also a few words to friends of truth, whom the Lord is trying in this day, and smething to those that remain of that generation of men who improved not their day, but were rebellious aganst the Lord, and treacherous to his people : with a few words to the magistrates of this land now in authority / by a handmaid of the Lord, M.H.
[1615] A vision or dreame contayning the whole state of the Netherland warres as it appeared to a louer of the Netherlands lying in his bed, vpon the 7. of Nouember, betweene 3. and 4. of the clocke in the morning, wherein was represented vnto him a goodly country, and therein a fayre comely horse well brideled and sadled, whereat being much amazed, he sayde, behold the horse, but where is the rider? ...
Poole, Elizabeth. / [Printed in the year, 1648 i.e. 1649] A vision: wherein is manifested the disease and cure of the kingdome. Being the summe of what was delivered to the Generall Councel of the Army, Decemb. 29.1648.: Together with a true copie of what was delivered in writing (the fifth of this present January) to the said Generall Conncel [sic], of divine pleasure concerning the King in reference to his being brought to triall, what they are therein to do, and what not, both concerning his office and person. / By E. Pool herein a servant to the most high God.
Parker, Thomas, 1595-1677. / [1646] The visions and prophecies of Daniel expounded:: wherein the mistakes of former interpreters are modestly discovered, and the true meaning of the text made plain by the words and circumstances of it. The same also illustrated by clear instances taken out of histories, which relate the events of time, mystically foretold by the holy prophet. Amongst other things of note, touching the two witnesses, the New Jerusalem, the thousand yeers, &c. Here is propounded a new way for the finding out of the determinate time signified by Daniel in his seventy weeks: when it did begin, and when we are to expect the end thereof. Very considerable, in respect of the great stirs and tumults of this present age wherein we live. / By Thomas Parker of Newbery in Berkshire, and now pastor to the church at Newbery in New-England.
Pettit, Edward. / [1684] The visions of government wherein the antimonarchical principles and practices of all fanatical commonwealths-men and Jesuitical politicians are discovered, confuted, and exposed / by Edward Pettit ...
Curione, Celio Secondo, 1503-1569. / [1689] The visions of Pasquin, or, A character of the Roman court, religion and practices together with an account of the arts of the Pope's nephews to get money, the tricks of the priests to fill the churches coffers by masses for the dead, the policy of the Jesuites to cully princes, and cheat Christendom, as also an exact description of purgatory and hell, in a dialogue between Pasquin and Marsorio, translated out of Italian.
Pettit, Edward. / [1683] The visions of the reformation, or, A discovery of the follies and villanies that have been practis'd popish and fanatical thorough reformations since the reformation of the Church of England by Edward Pettit ...
Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707. / [1662] A visitation & warning is this unto all magistrates and law-makers temporal and spiritual to repent of persecution and to forsake the evil thereof that so they may obtain mercy and find a hiding-place in the day of God's wrath which is near to be revealed against all such : even from him that sitteth upon the throne and unto all his inferiour officers and people in England whatsover to him that openth and shutteth the prison-doors ... / persecution will undo this generation the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it in Humfry Wooldridge.
Fuce, Joseph. / [1659] A visitation by way of declaration unto the manifestation of the spirit in you rulers and heads of these nations both Parliaments, officers, and souldiers, that are in arms and authority to do service for the Common-Wealth outwardly. Amongst whom I formerly have had my conversation about thirteen or fourteen years, and with many of them I have often engaged against the enemies of the peace and liberties of the honest people of these nations, and that some of the old officers and souldiers may very well remember. From a true lover of your souls, that loves to do justice, and all that join with them, known unto the children of men by this name, Joseph Fuce.
Anderdon, John, 1624?-1685. / [1660] A visitation in love to those of the people called Baptists, with whom the Lords Spirit yet ceaseth not to strive, that have not slain the witness by making war, and contending against the light ... by one who travels in the Spirit for their souls good ... J.A.
D. W. (Dorothy White) / [1660] A visitation of heavenly love unto the seed of Jacob yet in captivity ... by ... D.W.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] A visitation of love unto all people (in whose hearts there are any true honest tender desires begotten towards God and his righteousness) in what sect or opinion or profession soever they be ... / by a labourer in the power of truth (which doth make free) for the deliverance and freedom of the righteous seed, George Fox the younger.
D. W. (Dorothy White) / [1684] A visitation of love, sent unto all: that those that do not see, may see, and return out of the fall. By Dorothy White.
Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. / [1662] A visitation of tender love (once more) from the Lord unto Charles the II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland
[1662] The Visitation, or, Long look'd-for comes at last in the submission of Mr. Baxter, Mr. Jenkins, and others, to the several parts of the Act of Uniformity.
Rogers, Francis, d. 1638. / [1633] A visitation sermon preached at the Lord Archbishops trienniall and ordinary visitation, in St. Margarets in Canterbury, vpon Aprill the fift, 1630. By Francis Rogers, Doctor in Diuinity, and minister of that parish.
Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707. / [1661] A visitation to the captive-seed of Israel and a door opened to the prisoner in the pit, that the band of darknesse may be broken, and the cloud of errour scattered, by the brightness of his rising who is the resurrection, and whose life is the light of men : given forth, in bowels of compassion, to the scattered sheep that, are yet of another fold, but must be gathered into the fold of Christ, where he causes his flock to rest in the heat of the day that is coming to try them that dwell upon the Earth, where peace and rest is enjoyed, that no man can take away / Humphrey Wollrich.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A visitation to the Iewes, from them whom the Lord hath visited from on high, among whom he hath performed his promise made with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and to his seed, which Moses saw, and the prophets gave testimonie of, to which seed the Apostles witnessed, which seed we are, which seed of Abraham Christ came according to the flesh, which we now witness, glory to the Lord for evermore. Also, a visitation to all you that have long had the Scriptures; but found out of the life of them that gave them forth, that are stumbling about the words, fighting and contending about them, imprisoning and persecuting them that witness the life that gave them fotth [sic]. / Given forth by G.F.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] A visition [sic] of love unto all people (in whose hearts there are any true, honest tender desires begotten towards God and his righteousness) in what sect or opinion or profession soever theybe [sic] in which is not in the light ... / by a labourer in the power of truth (which doth make free) for the deliverance and freedom of the righteous seed, George Fox the younger.
[1680?] The Visor pluckt off from Richard Thompson of Bristol, clerk in a plain and true character of him.
Ubaldini, Petruccio, 1524?-1600? / [1581] La vita di Carlo Magno Imperadore, scritta in lingua italiana da Petruccio Vbaldino cittadin fiorentino.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1669] Vita sana & longa the preservation of health and prolongation of life proposed and proved : in the due observance of remarkable præcautions, and daily practicable rules, relating to body and mind, compendiously abstracted from the institutions and law of nature / by E. Maynwaringe ...
[1495] Vitas patrum.
Ubaldini, Petruccio, 1524?-1600? / [1591.] Le vite delle donne illustri. del regno d'Inghilterra, & del regno di Scotia, & di quelle, che d'altri paesi ne i due detti regni sono stato maritate. Doue si contengono tutte le cose degne di memoria da esse, ò da altri per i rispetti loro state operate, tanto di fuori, quanto di dentro de i due regni. / Scritte in lingua italiana da Petruccio Vbaldino cittadin Fiorentino..
Kingston, Richard, b. 1635? / [1683] Vivat Rex a sermon preached before the Right Worshipful the Mayor, aldermen, council and citizens of Bristol : upon the discovery of the late treasonable phanatick plot : at St. James's Church, July 25, 1683 being Sunday in the Fair-week / by R. Kingston ...
Rawlinson, John, 1576-1630. / [1619] Vivat Rex. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse on the day of his Maiesties happie inauguration, March 240. 1614. And now newly published, by occasion of his late (no lesse happy) recovery. By John Rawlinson Dr of Divinity, and one of his Maiesties chaplaines in ordinary.
Venner, Tobias, 1577-1660. / [1623] Viæ rectæ ad vitam longam, pars secunda. VVherein the true vse of sleepe, exercise, excretions, and perturbations is, with their effects, discussed and applied to euery age, constitution of body, and time of yeare. By To: Venner Doctor of Physicke in Bathe.