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Alba, Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, duque de, 1507-1582. / [1573?] An ansvver and true discourse to a certain letter lately sent by the Duke of Alba (in maner of a pardon) to those of Amsterdam to be by them conueyed and distributed vnto the other townes in Hollande. Set forth by certayn true louers of their natiue country, namely desirous to liue vnder the due obeysance of the King of Spayne, according to the old customes and priuileges of their said countrie: faithefully translated out of the Dutch into English, by T.W.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A vindication of the Commander in Chief in Scotland and the officers under his command in vindication of the liberties of the people and priviledges of Parliament.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] To the Reverend and Honourable, the Vice-Chancelour and the body of the Convocation in the University of Oxford.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] Three letters from the Lord General Monck, Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland and one of the commissioners by act of Parliament for the government of the army of this commonwealth viz. to Mr. Speaker, to the Lord Fleetwood, to the Lord Lambert.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659 i.e. 1660] The speech and declaration of His Excellency the Lord Generall Monck: delivered at White-hall upon Tuesday the 21. of February 1659. To the Members of Parliament at their meeting there, before the re-admission of the formerly secluded Members into the Parliament House. Ordered by his Excellency the Lord Generall that this speech and declaration be forthwith printed and published. Will: Clark secretary. Entred in the Stationers Hall according to order.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1671] Observations upon military & political affairs written by the Most Honourable George, Duke of Albemarle, &c. ...
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter sent from General Monck. Dated at Caldstreame Dec. 29. 1659.: Superscribed to the Right honorable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker to the Right honorable the Parliament of England, to be communicated to the rest of the Members of Parliament at London. Read in Parliament Jan. 6. Ordered by the Parliament that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Thomas St Nicolas Clerk of the Parliament.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A letter sent by General Monck to Vice Admiral Goodson to be communicated to the rest of the officers of the fleet,: in answer to a letter with some proposals lately sent to him from them.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A letter of His Excellencie the Lord General Monck, to the Speaker of the Parl. From Guild-Hall, London:
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter of General George Monck's, dated at Leicester 23 Ian. and directed unto Mr. Rolle to be communicated unto the rest of the gentry of Devon:: occasioned by a late letter from the gentry of Devon dated at Execter 14 Ian. and sent by Mr. Bampfield to the Speaker to be communicated unto the Parliament. Read in Parliament Ian. 26.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter from the Lord General Monck, and the officers here,: to the several and respective regiments, and other forces in England, Scotland and Ireland.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A letter from the Lord General Monck and the officers here, to the several and respective regiments and other forces in England, Scotland, and Ireland
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter from the Lord General Monck and the officers here to the several and respective regiments and other forces in England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A letter from his Excellencie the Lord General Monck, and the officers under his command, to the Parliament, in the name of themselves and the souldiers under them
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A letter from Gen. Monck in Scotland, to the Commissioners of Parliament in Ireland, touching his present actings: For the Commander in Chief of the forces in Ireland, to be communicated to the rest of the officers of the Army there.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] General Monck's last letter to His Excellency the Lord Fleetwood declaring his resolution to send Col. Wilkes, Lieut. Col. Clobery, Major Knight, by way of treaty, in order to a happy union between the two armies of England and Scotland : with two other letters from persons of honour, signifying great hopes of peace, and a prohibition of either armies proceeding any further in their march.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1659] A declaration of General Monck touching the King of Scots, and his proclamation published by sound of trumpet, at the head of each regiment, upon his marching with nine thousand horse and foot for Berwick : with the engagement taken, and subscribed by the Scottish lords, knights, and gentlemen, and the warrants and commissions, sent from Sir Arthur Haslerigg, and the rest of the Parliaments commissioners at Portsmouth, to the high sheriffs of the western counties.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] The declaration and speech of His Excellency the Lord Generall Monck to the right honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen and common-councel of the city of London, on Saturday night at Guild-Hall with His Excellencies letter to the Parliament and the resolves and answer of the Hovse.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1654] The commonwealth of England having used all means of tendernesse and affection towards the people of this nation, by receiving them (after a chargeable and bloody war) into union with England ...
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. / [1660] A collection of several letters and declarations, sent by General Monck unto the Lord Lambert, the Lord Fleetwood, and the rest of the General Council of Officers in the army ...
Alber, Erasmus, ca. 1500-1553. / [A. 1550] The alcaron of the barefote friers, that is to say, an heape or numbre of the blasphemous and trifling doctrines of the wounded idole Saint Frances taken out of the boke of his rules, called in latin, Liber conformitatum.
Alberti, Leone Battista, 1404-1472. / [1598] Hecatonphila. The arte of loue. Or, loue discouered in an hundred seuerall kindes.
Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280. / [1483?] [Secreta mulierum et virorum].
Albin de Valsergues, Jean d', d. 1566. / [1575] [A notable discourse, plainelye and truely discussing, who are the right ministers of the Catholike Church written against Calvin and his disciples, ... with an offer made by a Catholike to be a learned Protestant ... .].
Albott, Robert, fl. 1600. / [1599] VVits theater of the little world.
Albott, Robert, fl. 1600. / [1600] Englands Parnassus: or the choysest flowers of our moderne poets, with their poeticall comparisons. Descriptions of bewties, personages, castles, pallaces, mountaines, groues, seas, springs, riuers, &c. Whereunto are annexed other various discourses, both pleasaunt and profitable.
Albyn, Benjamin. / [1697] An appeal to God and the King together with a true narrative of unparallell'd grievances &c. wherein may be seen as a mirrour ... the surpassing miseries of the English nation above other nations for having the best and most wholesome laws in the whole world, yet being so excessively corrupted by covetousness of money in the law-practicers as now they are ... and unless some expedient be found out for a just and due administration of justice without fee or bride, 'tis impossible for this nation to be happy, but must remain the most miserable nation in the whole world / most humbly presented by Benjamin Albyn.
Alcock, John, 1430-1500. / [1498?] In die Innocencium sermo pro episcopo puerorum.
Alcock, John, 1430-1500. / [xxv.die mensis Septembris. Anno millesimo. CCCC. nonagesimo octauo 1498] Gallicantus Iohannis alcok epi Eliensis ad co[n]fratres suos curatos in sinodo apud Bernwell.
Alcock, John, 1430-1500. / [ca. 1497] [Spousage of a virgin to Christ].
Alcock, John, 1430-1500. / [ca. 1497] [Sermon on Luke VIII].
Alcock, John, 1430-1500. / [1497?] [Desponsacio virginis xpristo. Spousage of a virgin to Christ].
Alcoforado, Francisco. / [1675] An historical relation of the first discovery of the isle of Madera [sic] written originally in Portugueze by Don Francisco Alcafarado, who was one of the first discoverers, thence translated into French, and now made English.
Alcos. / [1681] The certain predictions of the great Alcos, astrologer and mathematician in ordinary to the Duke of Parma upon the two comets which have appeared in our hemisphere 1681.
Aldrich, Henry, 1647-1710. / [1687] A reply to two discourses lately printed at Oxford concerning the adoration of our blessed Savior in the Holy Eucharist
Aldrich, Henry, 1647-1710. / [1690?] Dr. Aldrich his service in G. te Deum.
Aldrich, Henry, 1647-1710. / [MDCXCI 1691] Artis logicæ compendium
Alemán, Mateo, 1547-1614? / [1623] The rogue: or The life of Guzman de Alfarache. VVritten in Spanish by Matheo Aleman, seruant to his Catholike Maiestie, and borne in Seuill.
Alesius, Alexander, 1500-1565. / [1544?] Of the auctorite of the word of god agaynst the bisshop of london wherein are conteyned certen disputacyons had in the parlament howse betwene the bisshops a bowt the nomber of the sacramen[n]ts and other things, very necessary to be known, made by Alexa[n]der Alane Scot and sent to the duke of Saxon.
Alessandro Farnese, Duke of Parma, 1545-1592. / [1579?] A true copy of a letter sent by the Prince of Parma to the generall states of the lowe cuntries, assembled at Antwerpe. With their aunswere to the same the xii. day of March. 1579. Translated out of French into Dutch, and from the Dutch into English. According to the Dutch copye, printed at Antwerpe by Christopher Plantyn, printer to the Kings maiestie.
Alessandro Farnese, Duke of Parma, 1545-1592. / [1585] A letter sent from the Prince of Parma vnto the borrowmaisters, sherifes, and magistrate of the towne of Anwerpe also to the great counsayle called Den Breeden Raedt, and the fraternities of the same. Whereunto is adioyned the aunswere of the sayde borrowmaysters, sherifes, treasurers, receiuer, and counsaile, with the common consent and generall aduow of the whole towne.
Alexander VIII, Pope, 1610-1691. / [1689] The speech of this present pope in presence of the cardinals and foreign ambassadors, in his second conclave after his election to the papacy concerning the divisions amongst the Catholick princes, and the advantages the hereticks propose to themselves from it : of the continuance or discontinuance of the war with the Turks : of the war between His Imperial Majesty, His Catholick Majesty, and the Most Christian King : of the differences betwixt the Holy See and the Most Christian King : of the misfortunes of King James, and the assisting him / done from the Italian.
Alexander, ab Alexandro, d. 1523. / [Anno incarnacionis dominice. M.cccc.lxxxi. 1481 xi. die mensis Octobris] Explicit sentenciosa atq[ue] studio digna expositio venerabilis Alexandri sup[er] terciu[m] libru[um] de anima. ...
Alexander, Daniel Ben. / [1621] [Daniel Ben Alexander. The converted Jew of Prague in Bohemia, baptized in the Reformed Church of Rouen, the 12. of Aprill. 1621. First written in the Syriacke and High Dutch. Translated out of High Dutch into French by Samuel Lecherpiere. And out of French into English by Tho. Drewe.].
Alexander, Jerome, Sir. / [1661] The Case between Sir Jerom Alexander, Knight ... and Sir William Ashton, Knight ... concerning precedency
Alexander, John, Converted Jew. / [1689] God's covenant displayed by John Alexander, a converted Jew ; with a proœmial discourse of the reasons of his conversion.
Alexander, William, fl. 1685-1704. / [1685] Medulla historiæ Scoticæ being a comprehensive history of the lives and reigns of the kings of Scotland, from Fergus the First, to Our Gracious Sovereign Charles the Second : containing the most remarkable transactions, and observable passages, ecclesiastical, civil, and military, with other observations proper for a chronicle, faithfully collected out of authors ancient and modern : to which is added, a brief account of the present state of Scotland, the names of the nobility, and principal ministers of church and state, the laws criminal : a description of that engine with which malefactors are tortured, called the boot.
Alexis, Guillaume, d. 1468? / [1525?] He [sic] begynneth an interlocucyon, with an argument, betwyxt man and woman & whiche of them could proue to be most excelle[n]t.
Aleyn, Charles, d. 1640. / [1638] The historie of that vvise and fortunate prince, Henrie of that name the seventh, King of England. With that famed battaile, fought betweene the sayd King Henry and Richard the third named Crookbacke, upon Redmoore neere Bosworth. In a poem by Charles Aleyn.
Aleyn, Charles, d. 1640. / [1631] The battailes of Crescey, and Poictiers vnder the leading of King Edward the Third of that name; and his sonne Edward Prince of Wales, named the Blacke. By Charles Allen, sometime of Sidney Colledge in Cambridge.
Alfield, Thomas, 1552-1585. / [1582] A true reporte of the death & martyrdome of M. Campion Iesuite and preiste, & M. Sherwin, & M. Bryan preistes, at Tiborne the first of December 1581 Observid and written by a Catholike preist, which was present therat Wheruuto [sic] is annexid certayne verses made by sundrie persons.
Ali Puli. / [1696] Centrum naturæ concentratum, or, The salt of nature regenerated for the most part improperly called the philosopher's stone / written in Arabick by Alipili ... ; published in Low Dutch, 1694, and now done into English, 1696, by a lover of the hermetick science.
Alingham, William, fl. 1694-1710. / [1698] A short account, of the nature and use of maps as also some short discourses of the properties of the earth, and of the several inhabitants thereof : to which is subjoin'd, A catalogue of the factories and places now in possession of the English, French, Dutch, Spaniards, Portegueze and Danes, both in the East and West-Indies.
Alison, Richard, controversialist. / [1590] A plaine confutation of a treatise of Brovvnisme, published by some of that faction, entituled: A description of the visible Church. In the confutation wherof, is shewed, that the author hath neither described a true gouerment of the Church, nor yet proued, that outward discipline is the life of the Church. Whereunto is annexed an ansvvere vnto two other pamphlets, by the said factioners latelie dispersed, of certaine conferences had with some of them in prison. Wherein is made knowen the inconstancie of this sect, what the articles are which they still maintaine: as also a short confutation of them. There is also added a short ansvvere vnto such argumentes as they haue vsed to proue the Church of England not to be the Church of God.
Alison, Richard, fl. 1588-1606. / [1599. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Majestatis] The Psalmes of Dauid in meter the plaine song beeing the common tunne to be sung and plaide vpon the lute, orpharyon, citterne or base violl, seuerally or altogether, the singing part to be either tenor or treble to the instrument, according to the nature of the voyce, or for foure voyces: with tenne short tunnes in the end, to which for the most part all the Psalmes may be vsually sung, for the vse of such as are of mean skill, and whose leysure least serueth to practise: by Richard Allison Gent. practitioner in the art of musicke: and are to be sold at his house in the Dukes place neere Alde-gate.
Alison, Richard, fl. 1588-1606. / [1606] An howres recreation in musicke apt for instrumentes and voyces. Framed for the delight of gentlemen and others which are wel affected to that qualitie, all for the most part with two trebles, necessary for such as teach in priuate families, with a prayer for the long preseruation of the King and his posteritie, and a thankesgiuing for the deliuerance of the whole estate from the late conspiracie. By Richard Alison Gentleman and practitioner in this arte.
Alius Medicus. / [1674] Animadversions on the medicinal observations of the Heidelberg, Palatinate, Dorchester practitioner of physick, Mr. Frederick Loss by Alius Medicus.
Allais, Denis Vairasse d', ca. 1630-1672. / [1675] The history of the Sevarites or Sevarambi, a nation inhabiting part of the third continent commonly called Terræ australes incognitæ with an account of their admirable government, religion, customs, and language / written by one Captain Siden, a worthy person, who, together with many others, was cast upon those coasts, and lived many years in that country.
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1678] The way to true happiness in a serious treatise / by Joseph Alleine.
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1688] A sure guide to heaven, or, An earnest invitation to sinners to turn to God in order to their eternal salvation shewing the thoughtful sinner what he must do to be saved / by Joseph Alleine.
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1674] Remaines of that excellent minister of Jesus Christ, Mr. Joseph Alleine being a collection of sundry directions, sermons, sacrament-speeches, and letters, not heretofore published ...
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1674] A most familiar explanation of the Assemblies shorter catechism wherein their larger answers are broken into lesser parcels, thereby to let in the light by degrees into the minds of the learners : to which is added in the close, a most brief help for the necessary but much neglected duty of self-examination to be daily perused : and to this is subjoined a letter of Christian counsel to a destitute flock / by Jos. Allaine.
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1693] Hyfforddwr cyfarwydd i'r nefoedd neu Wahawdd difrifol i bechaduriad i droi at Dduw er Jechydwriaeth ... / gan Joseph Alleine ...
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1672] Divers practical cases of conscience satisfactorily resolved ... to which are added some counsels & cordials / by Joseph Alleine ...
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1673] Christian letters full of spiritual instructions tending to the promoting of the power of godliness, both in person and families.
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1664] A call to Archippus, or, An humble and earnest motion to some ejected ministers (by way of letter) to take heed to their ministry that they fulfil it.
Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668. / [1672] An alarme to unconverted sinners, in a serious treatise ... whereunto are annexed Divers practical cases of conscience judiciously resolved / by Joseph Alleine, late preacher of the Gospel at Taunton in Somerset-shire.
Alleine, Theodosia. / [1672] The life & death of Mr. Joseph Alleine, late teacher of the church at Taunton, in Somersetshire, assistant to Mr. Newton whereunto are annexed diverse Christian letters of his, full of spiritual instructions tending to the promoting of the power of Godliness, both in persons and families, and his funeral sermon, preached by Mr. Newton.
Alleine, William, 1614-1677. / [1679] The mystery of the temple and city described in the nine last chapters of Ezekiel unfolded ... by William Alleine ...
Allen, Benjamin, 1663-1738. / [1699] The natural history of the chalybeat and purging waters of England with their particular essays and uses : among which are treated at large, the apoplexy & hypochondriacism : to which are added some observations on the bath waters in Somersetshire ... / by Benjamin Allen ...
Allen, Charles. / [1686?] The operator for the teeth shewing how to preserve the teeth and gums from all the accidents they are subject to : with particular directions for childrens teeth : as also the description and use of the polican, never published before / by Charles Allen.
Allen, James, 1632-1710. / [1679] Serious advice to delivered ones from sickness or any other dangers threatning death, how they ought to carry it that their mercyes may be continued, and other misery prevented, or, The healed ones prophulacticon or healthfull diet delivered in several sermons on John 5: 14 by James Allin.
Allen, James, 1632-1710. / [1679] New-Englands choicest blessing and the mercy most to be desired by all that wish well to this people cleared in a sermon preached before the court of election at Boston on May 28, 1679 / by James Allen ...
Allen, John, 17th cent. / [1659] Judicial astrologers totally routed, and their pretence to Scripture, reason & experience briefly, yet clearly and fully answered, or, A brief discourse, wherein is clearly manifested that divining by the stars hath no solid foundation ... published by J.A. for publick good.
Allen, John, ordinary. / [1700] A full and true account of the behaviors, confessions, and last dying speeches of the condemn'd criminals that were executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 24th of May, 1700
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [Anno 1587] The copie of a letter vvritten by M. Doctor Allen: concerning the yeelding vp of the citie of Dauentrie vnto his Catholike Maiestie, by Sir VVilliam Stanley knight. VVherin is shevved both hovve lavvful, honorable and necessarie that action vvas; and also that al others, especiallie those of the English nation that detayne anie tovvnes, or other places, in the lovve countries from the King Catholike are bound, vpon paine of damnation, to do the like. Before vvhich is also prefixed a gentlemans letter, that gaue occasion, of this discourse.
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [1581] An apologie and true declaration of the institution and endeuours of the tvvo English colleges, the one in Rome, the other novv resident in Rhemes against certaine sinister informations giuen vp against the same.
Allen, William, 1532-1594. / [Anno. M.D.LXXXVIII. 1588] An admonition to the nobility and people of England and Ireland concerninge the present vvarres made for the execution of his Holines sentence, by the highe and mightie Kinge Catholike of Spaine. By the Cardinal of Englande.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1655] A doubt resolved, or, Satisfaction for the seekers wherein the case touching an administrator of gospel ordinances, in these times, is handled : wherein also some other questions are more briefly touched, viz. I. Whether water-baptism was to continue in force after the ministry of John the Baptist ceased, II. VVhether Gospel ordinances are things spirituall, or carnall, III. VVhether a power to preach by immediate revelation of the spirit, be necessary in every Gospel minister?, IIII. What is is to be baptized with the Spirit : well worthy the consideration of many who in these times are unsetled in their judgements touching these points / by William Allen.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1673] A discourse of the nature, ends, and difference of the two covenants evincing in special, that faith as justifying, is not opposed to works of evangelical obedience : with an appendix of the nature and difference of saving and ineffectual faith, and the reason of that difference : to which is prefixed a preface by Mr. Rich. Baxter.
Allen, William, d. 1686. / [1674] The danger of enthusiasm discovered in an epistle to the Quakers : in which 'tis endeavoured, to convince them of being guilty of changing God's method of bringing men to salvation / by one who is no more an enemy to their opinions, than their opinions are enemies to them themselves.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1692] The whole duty of prayer containing devotions for every day in the week, and for several occasions, ordinary and extraordinary / by the author of The whole duty of man ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1695] The whole duty of mourning and the great concern of preparing our selves for death, practically considered / written some years since by the author of The whole duty of man, and now published upon the sad occasion of the death of our Most Gracious Sovereign Lady Mary the II, Queen of England, &c. of blessed memory.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1659] The whole duty of man laid down in a plain way for the use of the meanest reader divided into XVII chapters : one whereof being read every Lords day, the whole may be read over, thrice in the year, necessary for all families : with private devotions.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1694] The whole duty of divine meditation described in all its various parts and branches : with meditations on several places of scripture / by the author of The whole duty of man.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1684] The vanity of the creature by the author of The whole duty of man, &c. ; together with a letter prefix'd, sent to the bookseller, relating to the author.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1660] A sermon preached in St. Peter's Westminster on Sunday, Jan. 6, 1660 at the consecration of the Right Reverend Fathers in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Bristoll, Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich, Nicholas, Lord Bishop of Hereford, William, Lord Bishop of Glocester by Richard Allestry ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1663] A sermon preached before the King at White-hall, October the 12th 1662 by Richard Allestrey ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1667] A sermon preached before the King at White Hall on Sunday Nov. 17, 1667 by Richard Allestree ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1662] A sermon preached at Hampton-court on the 29th of May, 1662 being the anniversary of His Sacred Majesty's most happy return / by Richard Allestry ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1666] A sermon preach'd before the King, Decemb. 31, 1665, at Christ-Church in Oxford by R. Allestree ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1678] Scala sancta: or The exaltation of the soul. Being a train of pious thoughts, compleating the whole duty of man: or, Devotions compiled by R.A. Gent. in his solitudes.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1660] Private devotions for several occasions, ordinary and extraordinary:
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1658] The practice of Christian graces, or, The whole duty of man laid down in a plaine and familiar way for the use of all, but especially the meanest reader : divided into XVII chapters, one whereof being read every Lords Day, the whole may be read over thrice in the year : with Private devotions for several occasions ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1678] The lively oracles given to us. Or the Christians birth-right and duty, in the custody and use of the Holy Scripture. By the author of the Whole duty of man, &c.:
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1678] The lively oracles given to us, or, The Christians birth-right and duty, in the custody and use of the Holy Scripture by the author of The whole duty of man, &c.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1673] The ladies calling in two parts / by the author of The whole duty of man, The causes of the decay of Christian piety, and The gentlemans calling.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1667 i.e. 1677] The government of the tongue by the author of The whole duty of man, &c.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1694] The government of the thoughts a prefatory discourse to The government of the tongue / by the author of The whole duty of man.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1660] The gentlemans calling
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [MDCLXXXIV] Forty sermons whereof twenty one are now first publish'd, the greatest part preach'd before the King and on solemn occasions / by Richard Allestree ... ; to these is prefixt an account of the author's life.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [MDCLXIX 1669] Eighteen sermons whereof fifteen preached the King, the rest upon publick occasions / by Richard Allestry ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1673] The divine aut[h]ority and usefulness of the Holy Scripture asserted in a sermon on the 2 Timothy 3, 15 by R. Allestree ...
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1677] A discourse concerning the period of humane life, whether mutable or immutable by the author of The duty of man laid down in express words of Scripture.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1679] A discourse concerning the beauty of holiness by the author of The duty of man, laid down in express words of Scripture.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1678] A defence and continuation of the Discourse concerning the period of humane life being a reply to a late answer, entituled A letter to a gentleman, &c. : to which is added, an appendix wherein several objections urged in private are considered, and Mr. Gales severe, but groundless charge is examined.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1667] The causes of the decay of Christian piety, or, An impartial survey of the ruines of Christian religion, undermin'd by unchristian practice written by the author of The whole duty of man.
Allestree, Richard, 1619-1681. / [1675] The art of contentment by the author of The whole duty of man, &c.
Alleyn, Thomas. / [1648] An elegie upon the death of that renovvned heroe Coll. Rainsborrow. Who vvas traiterously murthered on Munday Octob. 19. 1648.
Allin, John, 1596-1671. / [1648] A defence of the answer made unto the nine questions or positions sent from New-England, against the reply thereto by that reverend servant of Christ, Mr. John Ball, entituled, A tryall of the new church-way in New-England and in old wherin, beside a more full opening of sundry particulars concerning liturgies, power of the keys, matter of the visible church, &c., is more largely handled that controversie concerning the catholick, visible church : tending to cleare up the old-way of Christ in New-England churches / by Iohn Allin [and] Tho. Shepard ...
Allington, John, d. 1682. / [1672] The regal proto-martyr, or, The memorial of the martyrdom of Charles the First in a sermon preached upon the first fast of publick appointment for it : an appendix to The grand conspiracy / by John Allington ...
Allington, John, d. 1682. / [1678] The reform'd samaritan, or, The worship of God by the measures of spirit and truth preached for a visitation-sermon at the convention of the clergy, by the reverend Arch-Deacon of Coventry, in Coventry, April the sixth, 1676 : to which is annexed, a review of a short discourse printed in 1649, about the necessity and expediency of worshipping God by set forms / by John Allington ...
Allington, John, d. 1682. / [1663] The period of the grand conspiracy delivered in two sermons, The desire of nations, preached on the fast day, April 6, 1660, the second, The joy of nations, preached on the thanksgiving day, June 29, 1660 / by John Allington.
Allington, John, d. 1682. / [1654] The grand conspiracy of the members against the mind, of Jews against their King as it hath been delivered in the four following sermons / by John Allington, (a sequestered divine).
Allington, John, d. 1682. / [Printed in the yeere 1649] A brief apologie for the sequestred clergie.: VVherein (among other things) this case of conscience is judiciously handled: whether any minister of the Church of England may (to avoid sequestration) omit the publike use of the liturgie, and submit to the directory. In a letter from a sequestred divine, to Mr. Stephen Marshall.
Allison, John, 1644 or 5-1683. / [1667] Upon the late lamentable fire in London in an humble imitation of the most incomparable Mr. Cowley his Pindarick strain / by J.A. of Kings-Colledge in Camb., Fellow.
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1692] Remarks upon the ecclesiastical history of the antient churches of the Albigenses by Peter Allix ...
Allix, Pierre, 1641-1717. / [1689] An account of the private league betwixt the late King James the Second, and the French king in a letter from a gentleman in London, to a gentleman in the countrey.
Almansa y Mendoza, Andres, 17th cent. / [1623] Tvvo royall entertainments, lately giuen to the most illustrious Prince Charles, Prince of Great Britaine, by the high and mighty Philip the fourth King of Spaine, &c. At the feasts of Easter and Pentecost. Translated out of the Spanish originals printed at Madrid.
Almansa y Mendoza, Andres, 17th cent. / [1623] The ioyfull returne, of the most illustrious prince, Charles, Prince of great Brittaine, from the court of Spaine. Together, with a relation of his magnificent entertainment in Madrid, and on his way to St. Anderas, by the King of Spaine. The royall and princely gifts interchangeably giuen. Translated out of the Spanish copie. His wonderfull dangers on the seas, after his parting from thence: miraculous deliuery, and most happy-safe landing at Portsmouth on the 5. of October ...
Almond, Robert. / [1673] The English horsman and complete farrier directing all gentlemen and others how to breed, feed, ride, and diet all kind of horses whether for war, race, or other service : with a discovery of the causes, signs, and cures of all diseases, both internal and external, incident to horses : alphabetically digested : with The humours of a Smithfield jockey / by Robert Almond.
Almoni, Peloni, Cosmopolites. / [1641] A compendious discourse, proving episcopacy to be of apostolicall, and conseqvently of divine, institution by a cleare and weighty testimony of St. Irenaeus, a glorious martyr, and renowned Bishop of Lyons in France, upon the yeere of our Lord, 184 : the said testimony being so declared, pressed, and vindicated from all exceptions : that thereby an intelligent and conscionable reader may receive abundant satisfaction in this behalfe / by Peloni Almoni, Cosmopolites.
Alsop, George, b. 1638. / [1666] A character of the province of Mary-land ... also a small treatise on the wilde and naked Indians (or Susquehanokes) of Mary-land, their customs, manners, absurdities, & religion : together with a collection of historical letters / by George Alsop.
Alsop, James. / [printed in the year, 1674] Treason and murther discovered. Being a true and perfect relation of the tryal & condemnation of James Alsop the father, and William Alsop his son for treason and murder; at the assises held at Chelmsford for the county of Essex, on Wednesday the 25th of March, 1674. Also the wonderfull discovery both of the treason and murder; with the sentence of the court for the manner and places of their execution. Written by a person who was present at the tryal.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1698] A vindication of the faithful rebuke to a false report against the rude cavils of the pretended defence
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1696] A sermon upon the wonderful deliverance by His Majesty from assassination, the nation from invasion by Vin. Alsop.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1698] A sermon preach'd to the Societies for Reformation of Manners in the cities of London and Westminster at Salters-Hall, Aug 15, 1698 preached and published at the desire of the said Societies / by Vincent Alsop.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1681] A reply to the Reverend Dean of St. Pauls's reflections on the Rector of Sutton, &c. wherein the principles and practices of the non-conformists are not only vindicated by Scripture, but by Dr. Stillingsfleet's Rational account, as well as his Irenicum : as also by the writings of the Lord Faulkland, Mr. Hales, Mr. Chillingworth, &c. / by the same hand ; to which is added, St. Paul's work promoted, or, Proper materials drawn from The true and only way of concord, and, Pleas for peace and other late writings of Mr. Richard Baxter ...
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1687] Mr. Alsop's speech to King James the II. at the presenting the Presbyterians address, in April, 1687. See London Gazette, no. 2238. Humbly inscribed to B.B.B.--- as a specimen of sincerity.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1678] Melius inquirendum, or, A sober inquirie into the reasonings of the Serious inquirie wherein the inquirers cavils against the principles, his calumnies against the preachings and practises of the non-conformists are examined, and refelled, and St. Augustine, the synod of Dort and the Articles of the Church of England in the Quinquarticular points, vindicated.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1687] The humble address of the Presbyterians, presented to the King by Mr. Hurst, Mr. Chester, Mr. Slater, Mr. Cox, Mr. Roswell, Mr. Turner, Mr. Franklin, Mr. Deal, and Mr. Reynolds with His Majesties gracious answer.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [M.DC.XCVII. 1697] A faithful rebuke to a false report lately dispersed in a letter to a friend in the country. Concerning certain differences in doctrinals, between some dissenting ministers in London.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1680] An exercitation on the historical relation, Matth. 15, 1--9, Mark 7, 1--13, concerning eating with unwashen hands by way of appendix or supplement to the discourse concerning indifferencies ...
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1695] Duty and interest united in prayer and praise for kings and all that are in authority from I Tim. II. 1,2 : being a sermon preach'd at Westminster upon the late day of thanksgiving, Sept. 8, 1695 / by V.A.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1696] Decus & tutamen, or, Practical godliness the ornament and muniment of all religion being the subject of several sermons preached at Westminster upon Titus ii, 10 / by V. Alsop ...
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1698] A confutation of some of the errors of Mr. Daniel Williams by the Reverend Mr. Vincent Alsop in a letter to the Reverend Mr. Daniel Burgesse.
Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. / [1676] Anti-sozzo, sive, Sherlocismus enervatus in vindication of some great truths opposed, and opposition to some great errors maintained by Mr. William Sherlock.
Alsted, Johann Heinrich, 1588-1638. / [1664] Templum musicum, or, The musical synopsis of the learned and famous Johannes-Henricus-Alstedius being a compendium of the rudiments both of the mathematical and practical part of musick, of which subject not any book is extant in our English tongue / faithfully translated out of Latin by John Birchensha ...
Alsted, Johann Heinrich, 1588-1638. / [1643] The beloved city, or, The saints reign on earth a thovsand yeares asserted and illustrated from LXV places of Holy Scripture, besides the judgement of holy learned men both at home and abroad, and also reason it selfe : likewise XXXV objections against this truth are here answered / written in Latine by Ioan Henr. Alstedius ... ; faithfully Englished, with some occasionall notes and the judgement herein ... of some of our owne famous divines.
Altham, Roger, 1658-1730. / [1695] A true copy of Mr. Roger Altham's recantation, for licensing Mr. Hill's book against the Bishop of Salisbury.
Alton, Captain. / [1642] A new plot discovered in Ireland, May 4, 1642 being a true relation of a joyfull discovery of that damnable and hellish conspiracie, acted by the Lord Dempsey ... against the whole Protestant army ... / sent over by Captaine Alton to his uncle, now resident in London, May the 6, 1642.
Alured, Matthew. / [1660] A copy of the presentment and indictment found and exhibited by the Grand-Jury of Middlesex in the Upper Bench at Westminster, on the last day of Killary term, 1659 : against Collonel Matthew Alured, Collonel John Okey, (the Captains of the Gards) and Edmond Cooper (one of the door keepers) for assaulting and keeping Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronet, one of the knights of the shire for their county, by force and arms out of the Commons House of Parliament, on the 27 [th] day of December last, when 21 members more were in like sort secluded and kept out of the House by them, which will serve as a president for other counties, and secluders of other members.