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An English gentleman, a well-willer to the peace of his country. / [1656] The English Presbyterian and Independent reconciled Setting forth the small ground of difference between them both.
Anderdon, John, 1624?-1685. / [1662] One blow at Babel in those of the people called Behmenites whose foundation is not upon that of the prophets ... but upon their own carnal conceptions begotten in their imaginations upon Jacob Behmen's writings &c. ... / by John Anderdon.
Anderdon, John, 1624?-1685. / [1670] A call to all bishops and others who are zealous for the Book of Common Prayer (for which I have been also sometimes zealous) by way of remembrance : now to come to the way of the Quakers to the grace of God ... / J.A.
Anderdon, John, 1624?-1685. / [1660] Against Babylon and her merchants in England one groan more breathed forth from the grief of the spirit, for the sufferings of the saints ... / written by one that travels in spirit for Sions deliverance, John Anderdon.
Anderdon, Mary. / [1662] A word to the world.
Anderson, Anthony, d. 1593. / [1593] An approved medicine against the deserued plague
Anderson, Francis, Sir, 1615-1679. / [1643] The copy of a letter from Colonell Francis Anderson to Sir Thomas Glemham, January 20, 1643, touching the invasion of Scotland the copy of a letter from the Marques of Argyle & Sir William Armyne, to Sir Thomas Glemham the 20, January 1643 : the copy of Sir Thomas Glemhams letter in answer to the Lord Marquesse of Argyl's, and Sir William Armyne's.
Anderson, George, 17th cent. / [1643] The Scotch Counsellor. Communicating his advice to all that stand well-affected in England to King and Parliament. With a reprehension of all those who refuse to helpe the Lord against the mighty. Also shewing what shall be the event of these troubles. Written by reason of an eminent person in this kingdome diserting the cause, and flying: and now published for the common good. Imprimatur. Ia: Cranford.
Anderson, Henry, b. 1651 or 2. / [1681] A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church at Winchester the xxix of May MDCLXXXI, being Trinity Sunday, and the day of His Majesties happy birth and restauration by Henry Anderson ...
Anderson, Henry, b. 1651 or 2. / [1685] A loyal tear dropt on the vault of the High and Mighty Prince, Charles II, of glorious and happy memory by Henry Anderson ...
Anderson, Patrick, 1575-1624. / [1618] The colde spring of Kinghorne Craig his admirable and new tryed properties, so far foorth as yet are found by experience. Written by Patrik Anderson D. of Physick.
Anderson, Patrick, 1575-1624. / [1680] The copie of a barons court newly translated by whats-you-call-him, clerk to the same.
Anderson, Robert, fl. 1668-1696. / [1690] To hit a mark, as well upon ascents and descents, as upon the plain of the horizon experimentally and mathematically demonstrated / by Robert Anderson.
Anderson, Robert, fl. 1668-1696. / [1691] To cut the rigging and proposals for the improvement of great artillery / by Robert Anderson.
Anderson, Robert, fl. 1668-1696. / [1668] Stereometrical propositions variously applicable, but particularly intended for gageing by Robert Anderson.
Anderson, Robert, fl. 1668-1696. / [1696] The making of rockets in two parts, the first containing the making of rockets for the meanest capacity, the other to make rockets by a duplicate proposition, to 1000 pound weight or higher / experimentally and mathematically demonstrated, by Robert Anderson.
Anderson, Robert, fl. 1668-1696. / [1669] Gaging promoted an appendix to stereometrical propositions / by Robert Anderson.
Anderson, Robert, fl. 1668-1696. / [1670] Dary's miscellanies examined and some of his fundamental errors detected by authority of ancient and modern mathematicians ... : to which is added a task for Mr. Dary of his own setting / by Robert Anderson.
Anderton, Lawrence. / [1642] The English nvnne being a treatise wherein (by way of dialogue) the author endeauoureth to draw yong & vnmarried Catholike gentlewomen to imbrace a votary and religious life / written by N.N. Hereunto is annexed a short discourse (by way of conclusion) to the abbesses and religious women of all the English monasteries in the Low-countreys and France.
Anderton, William, d. 1693. / [June 15, 1693] True copy of the paper delivered to the sheriffs of London and Middlesex by Mr. William Anderton at the place of execution, which he designed there to have spoken, but being frequently interrupted by the ordinary, Mr. Samuel Smith, desired the said sheriffs to publish or dispose of it as they should think fit, seeing a dying man was not suffered to speak
Anderton, William, d. 1693. / [Printed in the Year MDCXCIII 1693] Remarks upon the present confederacy, and late revolution in England, &c.
Andrewe, Thomas. / [1604] The vnmasking of a feminine Machiauell. By Thomas Andrewe, gent. Est nobis voluisse satis. Seene and allowed by authority
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1621] The brazen serpent: or, the copie of a sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, Decemb. 31. 1620. By Iohn Andrevves, priest and preacher of the VVord of God at Saint Iames Clerkenwell in Middlesex
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1620] A subpæna from the high imperiall court of heauen to bee serued vpon all men: vpon an information preferred by iustice against man-kinde. With the answer, and reply from Mercie, and her directions how to come to heauen, if we auoyd sinne. Shrinke not from this subpæna, which is pend; esteeme it well, for sure thou must appeare ... oh sinner, learne to seeke for thy saluation, if thou in heauen wouldst haue eternall ioyes.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1624] A soueraigne salue to cure a sicke soule infected with the poyson of sinne. Wherein is contained, 1 The strength and force of the poyson of sinne. 2 How mans soule became poysoned? 3 How the soule of man poysoned by sinne may be cured, and restored. These parts are all authenticall, and comprised in a most short and compendious method, briefly to be read, that they may be effectually practised. Newly published by I.A. minister and preacher of Gods Word.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1648] A golden trumpet sounding an alarum to judgement the sound whereof was never more needfull though evermore profitable : dedicated and directed unto all the elect children of God which truly repent / newly published by Iohn Andrewes.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1629] The conuerted mans new birth describing the direct way to go to heauen: wherein all men may clearely see, whether they shall be saued or damned. Shewing the principall care, and vehement desire, which euery one ought to take, in seeking their saluation. With the spirituall battle betweene the regenerate man and Sathan. Heere is also layd open the true estate of the regenerate man, with the certainty of his saluation: with an excellent marke, to know the childe of God, which hath truely repented; and concluding with a right zealous and godly prayer, out of the pure fountaine of the holy Scripture. Dedicated vnto all the elect children of God, which truely repent. Newly published by Iohn Andrewes Preacher of Gods Word. Being first seene and allowed.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1614] Christ his crosse or The most comfortable doctrine of Christ crucified and ioyfull tidings of his passion, teaching vs to loue, and imbrace his crosse, as the most sweete and celestiall doctrine vnto the soule, and how we should behaue our selues therein according to the word of God. Newly published by Iohn Andrewes minister and preacher of the word of God at Barricke Basset in the country of Wiltes. Wherein is contained, first the chiefe and principall motiues and causes, that should moue and stirre vs vp to the earnest meditation of his passion. Secondly, with what minde we should come to his meditation. Thirdly, how divers and manifold is the meditation of the passion. The fourth part intreateth of the types, and figures contained in the old Testament, touching the passion of Christ.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1621] A celestiall looking-glasse to behold the beauty of heauen. Directed vnto all the elect children of God, very briefly composed, and authentically penned, that it may be effectually gained.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1621] Andrewes resolution To returne vnto God by repentance. Directed vnto all the elect children of God, which truly repent, perfectly guiding them in the right way therein. Right godly to reade, as delightfull to heare, but most profitable to be practised. Newly published by Iohn Andrews, minister and preacher of the word.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1623] Andrewes humble petition vnto almighty God, declaring his repentance Newly made in a right zealous and most godly prayer, out of the pure fountaine of holy scripture, in the autumne or declining of his age. Very necessary for all the children of God to vse in their daily praiers. Wherein is contained an alarum for old age: a watch-word for youth, and a caueat for all Christians.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1645] Andrewes Golden chaine to linke the penitent sinner unto Almighty God richly adorned with ornaments of Holy Scripture ... : newly made in a godly prayer taken out of the pure fountaine of Holy Scripture, very necessary to cure the sick soule of a sinner, and to draw him from desperation, if with a beleeving faith he will daily use it in prayer unto Almighty God.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1631] Andrewes caueat to win sinners A true and perfect way to win carelesse sinners (if there be but the least sparke of grace in them) vnto speedy repentance, that in the end they may obtaine eternall life. Directed vnto all the elect children of God, which truly repent. Newly published by Iohn Andrewes preacher of Gods Word. Being first seene and allowed.
Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. / [1615] The anatomie of baseness. Or the foure quarters of a knaue flatterie, ingratitude, enuie, detraction.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [MDCXXIX. 1629] XCVI. sermons by the Right Honorable and Reverend Father in God, Lancelot Andrevves, late Lord Bishop of Winchester. Published by His Majesties speciall command
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1592] The wonderfull combate (for Gods glorie and mans saluation) betweene Christ and Satan Opened in seuen most excellent, learned and zealous sermons, vpon the temptations of Christ, in the wilderness, &c. Seene and allowed.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1641] A summarie view of the government both of the old and new testament whereby the episcopall government of Christs church is vindicated out of the rude draughts of Lancelot Andrewes, late Bishop of Winchester : whereunto is prefixed (as a preamble to the whole) a discovery of the causes of the continuance of these contentions touching church-government out of the fragments of Richard Hooker.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1627] Seven sermons on, the wonderfull combate (for Gods glorie and mans saluation) betweene Christ and Sathan Delivered by the Reuerend Father in God, Doct. Andrewes, Bishop of Winchester, lately deceased.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1610?] A sermon preached before the Kings Maiestie at White-Hall, on Munday the 25. of December, being Christmas day, anno 1609. By the Bishop of Elie His Maiesties almoner
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [M.DC.XVIII. 1618] A sermon preached before His Maiestie, at VVhitehall the fift of Nouember last, 1617. By the Bishop of Elie, His Maiesties almoner
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1610] A sermon preached before His Maiestie on Sunday the fifth of August last at Holdenbie by the Bishop of Elie, His Maiesties almoner.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [Anno 1611] A sermon preached before his Maiestie at White-Hall, on the 24. of March last being Easter day, and being also the day of the beginning of His Maiesties most gracious reigne. By the Bishop of Elie His Maiesties almoner.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [M.DC.XX. 1620] A sermon preached at White-hall, on Easter day the 16. of April. 1620. By the Bishop of Winchester
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1611] Scala cœli Nineteen sermons concerning prayer. The first sixe guiding to the true doore: the residue teaching how so to knocke thereat that wee may enter. The former part containing a preparation to prayer, the latter an exposition vpon the seuerall petitions of the Lords prayer.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1636] A sermon of the pestilence Preached at Chiswick, 1603. By the right reverend father in God, Lancelot Andrewes, late L. Bishop of Winchester.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1646] Sacrilege a snare. A sermon preached, ad clerum, in the Vniversity of Cambridg, / by the R. Reverend Father in God Lancelot Andrews: late L. Bishop of Winchester. VVhen he proceeded Doctor in Divinity. Translated for the benefit of the publike.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [An. Dom. 1647] The private devotions of the Right Reverend Father in God Lancelot Andrewes. Late Bishop of Winchester.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1650] The pattern of catechistical doctrine at large, or, A learned and pious exposition of the Ten Commandments with an introduction, containing the use and benefit of catechizing, the generall grounds of religion, and the truth of Christian religion in particular, proved against atheists, pagans, Jews, and Turks / by the Right Reverend Father in God Lancelot Andrews ... ; perfected according to the authors own copy and thereby purged from many thousands of errours, defects, and corruptions, which were in a rude imperfect draught formerly published, as appears in the preface to the reader.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1647] Of the right of tithes a divinity determination in the publike divinity schools of the University of Cambridg / by ... Lancelot Andrews ... ; translated for the benefit of the public.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1647] Of episcopacy three epistles of Peter Moulin ... / answered by ... Lancelot Andrews ... ; translated for the benefit of the publike.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1642] A manuall of directions for the visitation of the sicke, with sweete meditations and prayers to be used in time of sicknesse whereunto is added a short confession of the faith, with a forme of thankesgiving, and prayers for morning and evening / by Lancelot Andrevves ...
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1648] A manual of directions for the sick with many sweet meditations and devotions of the R. Reverend Father in God, Lancelot Andrews, late L. Bishop of Winchester : to which are added praiers for the morning, evening and H. communion / translated out of Greeke ms. of his private devotions by R. D. ...
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1653] A learned discourse of ceremonies retained and used in Christian churches. Written by the Right Reverend Father in God Lancelot Andrews late Bishop of Winchester a little before his death: at the request of an eminent person that desired satisfaction therein. Printed by the original copy written with his own hand, ex pede Hercules.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [1663] Holy devotions, with directions to pray also a brief exposition upon [brace] the Lords prayer, the creed, the Ten commandments, the 7 penitential psalms, the 7 psalms of thanksgiving : together with a letanie / by the Right Reverend Father in God Lancelot Andrews ...
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [An. 1604] The copie of a sermon preached on good Friday last before the Kings Maiestie, by D. Andrevves Deane of Westminster. 6. April 1604
Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626. / [MDCVIII. 1613] Concio habita coram serenissimo, Iacobo, Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ et Hyberniæ Rege, fidei Defensore, &c. Apud curiam Hamptoniensem. De Iure ac potestate conuocandorum cœtuum Die Dominico 28. Septemb. Anno 1606. per D. Doctorem Andrews, Episcopum Chichestrensem Latinitate donata.
Andrewes, R., 17th cent. / [1642] A perfect declaration of the barbarous and cruell practises committed by Prince Robert, the Cavalliers, and others in His Majesties army, from the time of the Kings going from his Parliament untill this present day ... together with the new oaths and blasphemous speeches they doe daily invent ... : also, a justification of Prince Robert his cruelties ... / collected by R. Andrewes ...
Andrews, Eusebius, d. 1650. / [1650] The last speech of Col. Eusebius Andrews, sometimes a lawyer of Lincolns-Inne, at the time of his execution on the scaffold at Tower-hill, Thursday the 22 of August, 1650 with several questions propounded to him by Doctor Swadling, and his answer thereunto.
Andrews, John, b. 1582 or 3. / [1673] Andrews resolution to return unto God by repentance Directed unto all the elect children of God which truly repent, perfectly guiding them in the right way therein. Right godly to read, as delightful to hear, but most profitable to be practised. Newly published by John Andrews minister and preacher of Gods Word. Being first seen and allowed.
Andrews, Thomas, 17th/18th cent. / [Iune 18, 1642] His Majesties resolution concerning the setting up of his standard together with the resolution of certain noblemen who were present with His Majestie at York : who when His Majestie resolved to set up his standard at York did disswade him from it : and rather then they would contenauce His Majestie in that resolution left His Majestie and would have come for London : also Sir John Bankes his perswasion for His Majesties return to London : His Majesties consent at the first but afterwards his refusall : together with an order from the House of Peers concerning the stopping of all kinds of ammunition.
Anghiera, Pietro Martire d', 1457-1526. / [Anno. 1555] The decades of the newe worlde or west India conteynyng the nauigations and conquestes of the Spanyardes, with the particular description of the moste ryche and large landes and ilandes lately founde in the west ocean perteynyng to the inheritaunce of the kinges of Spayne. ... Wrytten in the Latine tounge by Peter Martyr of Angleria, and translated into Englysshe by Rycharde Eden.
Anghiera, Pietro Martire d', 1457-1526. / [1577] The history of trauayle in the VVest and East Indies, and other countreys lying eyther way, towardes the fruitfull and ryche Moluccaes As Moscouia, Persia, Arabia, Syria, Ægypte, Ethiopia, Guinea, China in Cathayo, and Giapan: vvith a discourse of the Northwest passage. Gathered in parte, and done into Englyshe by Richarde Eden. Newly set in order, augmented, and finished by Richarde VVilles.
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686. / [Printed in the Year of our Lord, 1659] England's confusion, or, A true and impartial relation of the late traverses of state in England with the counsels leading thereunto : together with a description of the present power ruling there by the name of a Parliament, under the mask of The good old cause / written by one of the few English men that are left in England ...
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686. / [1693] Memoirs of the Right Honourable Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, late lord privy seal intermixt with moral, political and historical observations, by way of discourse in a letter : to which is prefixt a letter written by his Lordship during his retirement from court in the year 1683 / published by Sir Peter Pett, Knight ...
Annand, William, 1633-1689. / [1670] Pater noster, Our Father, or, The Lord's prayer explained the sense thereof and duties therein from Scripture, history, and fathers, methodically cleared and succinctly opened at Edinburgh / by Will Annand.
Annand, William, 1633-1689. / [1661] Panem quotidianum, or, A short discourse tending to prove the legality, decency, and expediency of set forms of prayer in the churches of Christ with a particular defence of the book of common prayer of the Church of England... / by William Annand ...
Annand, William, 1633-1689. / [anno Do. 1671] Mysterium pietatis or The mysterie of godlinesse wherein the mysteries contained in the incarnation circumcision wise-men passion resurrection ascension. Of the Son of God, and comeing of the Holy-Ghost, are unfolded and applied. At Edinburgh. By Will. Annand, M.A. one of the ministers of that city, late of University Coll. Oxon.
Annand, William, 1633-1689. / [1655] A funeral elegie, upon the death of George Sonds, Esq; &c. Who was killed by his brother, Mr. Freeman Sonds, August the 7th. anno Dom. 1655. By William Annand Junior, of Throwligh. Whereunto is annexed a prayer, compiled by his sorrowfull father Sir George Sonds, and used in his family during the life of the said Freeman.
Annand, William, 1633-1689. / [1661] Fides Catholica, or, The doctrine of the Catholick Church in eighteen grand ordinances referring to the Word, sacraments and prayer, in purity, number and nature, catholically maintained, and publickly taught against hereticks of all sorts : with the solutions of many proper and profitable questions sutable to to [sic] the nature of each ordinance treated of / by Wil. Annand ...
Annand, William, 1633-1689. / [1674] Dualitas, or, A two-fold subject displayed and opened conducible to godliness and peace in order, I. Lex loquens, the honour and dignity of magistracy with the duties thereupon depending and reverence thereunto due, II. Duorum unitas, the agreement of magistracy and ministry, at the election of the honourable magistrates of Edinburgh and the opening of a diocesan synod of the reverend clergy there / by Will. Annand.
Anne, Queen of Great Britain, 1665-1714. / [1688] The Princess Anne of Denmark's letter to the Queen
Anonymus, Eugenius. / [1670] A strange and true relation of the prodigious multitude of mice that have destroyed the plants, herbs, and grasse between Rotterdam and Schedam likewise infesting their houses and chambers insomuch that the inhabitants thereof are in despair of their security : wherein you will find a philosophical and historical relation concerning the generation of those vermine and some prognosticks raised there-from : as also an account how Dengy hundred in Essex hath been formerly infested with an incredible number of mice, and how it was freed after a miraculous manner / as it was communicated to a person of qualitie by a letter from a merchant living in Rotterdam.
Another hand. / [Printed in the Year, 1696] Mr. De Labadie's letter to his daughter, Mrs. Delabadie, nurse to the pretended Prince of Wales written in characters and deciphered by Dr. Wallis ... : which said letter is referred to by Mr. Fuller in his two narratives, and is a plain demonstration of that horrid imposture : with reflections upon it, and a full answer to the material objections, in a late pamphlet entituled, The truest account of Mr. Fullers discovery, &c. / by another hand.
Antiphiloinos, Philander. / [MDCXCI 1691] Bacchus conculcatus, or, Sober reflections upon drinking an essay / by Philander Antiphiloinos ...
Antoine. / [1688] A vindication of the Roman Catholicks from the foul aspersions thrown upon them by John Tillotson ... in a sermon preached by him in November, 1687 ...
Anton, Robert, b. 1584 or 5. / [1616] The philosophers satyrs, written by M. Robert Anton, of Magdelen Colledge in Cambridge
Anton, Robert, b. 1584 or 5. / [1613] Moriomachia
Antoniszoon, Cornelis, b. ca. 1499. / [1605] The safegarde of saylers, or great rutter Contayning the courses, distances, soundings, flouds and ebbes, with the marks for the entring of sundry harboroughs both of England, Fraunce, Spaine, Ireland, Flaunders, and the soundes of Denmarke, with other necessarie rules of common nauigation. Translated out of Dutch into English by Robert Norman hydrographer. And newly corrected and augmented by E.W.
António, Prior of Crato, 1531-1595. / [1585] The explanation. of the true and lavvful right and tytle, of the most excellent prince, Anthonie the first of that name King of Portugall, concering his warres, againste Phillip King of Castile, and against his subiectes and adherentes, for the recouerie of his kingdome. Together vvith a briefe historye of all that hath passed aboute that matter, vntill the yeare of our Lord. 1583. Translated into English and conferred with the French and Latine copies. By the commanundement and order of the superiors.
Antrim, Randal MacDonnell, Earl of, 1609-1683. / [1642] A copie of a letter from the Lord Antram in Ireland to the Right Honourable the Earle of Rutland bearing date the 25 day of Febr. Annos Dom. 1642 wherein is contained the description of two battells fought between the English and the Irish rebels : as also the number of those that were slaine on either side.
Anṭākī, Dāʼūd ibn ʻUmar, d. 1599. / [1659] The nature of the drink kauhi, or coffe, and the berry of which it is made described by an Arabian phisitian.
Anyan, Thomas, 1580 or 81-1632. / [1615] A sermon preached at Saint Marie Spittle April. 10. 1615. By Thomas Anyan Doctour of Divinity, and president of Corpus Christi College in Oxon