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Ar., A. / [in the yeare 1630] The practise of princes. Published by A. Ar.
Aranda, Emanuel d', b. 1602. / [1666] The history of Algiers and it's slavery with many remarkable particularities of Africk / written by the Sieur Emanuel D'Aranda, sometime a slave there ; English'd by John Davies ...
Aray, Martin. / [Anno M.D.XCIX. 1599] The discouerie and confutation of a tragical fiction deuysed and played by Edward Squyer yeoman soldiar, hanged at Tyburne the 23. of Nouemb. 1598. Wherein the argument and fable is, that he should be sent from Spaine by William Walpole Iesuit, to poyson the Queen and Earle of Essex, but the meaning and moralization therof was, to make odious the Iesuites, and by them all Catholiques. ... VVritten for the only loue and zeale of truth against forgerie, by M.A. preest, that knew and dealth with Squyer in Spayne.
Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735. / [1692] Of the laws of chance, or, A method of calculation of the hazards of game plainly demonstrated and applied to games at present most in use : which may be easily extended to the most intricate cases of chance imaginable.
Arch, Susannah. / [MDCXCV. 1695] A relation of the miraculous cure of Susannah Arch of a leprosy and ptysick, wherewith for some years past she had been sorely afflicted.
Archer, John, 17th cent. / [1642] The personall reigne of Christ upon earth in a treatise wherein is fully and largely laid open and proved that Jesus Christ, together with the saints, shall visibly possesse a monarchicall state and kingdome in this world ... / by John Archer.
Archer, John, fl. 1660-1684. / [1684] Secrets disclosed of consumptions shewing [h]ow to distinguish between scurvy and venereal disease : also, how to prevent and cure the fistula by chymical drops without cutting, also piles, hæmorrhoids, and other diseases / by John Archer.
Archer, John, fl. 1660-1684. / [1671] Every man his own doctor in two parts, shewing I. how every one may know his own constitution by certain signs, also the nature and faculties of all food as well as meats as drinks ... : the second part shews the full knowledge and cure of the pox, running of the reins, gout, dropsie, scurvy, consumptions and obstructions, agues ... / written by John Archer.
Arderne, James, 1636-1691. / [1677] A sermon preached at the visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, John Lord Bishop of Chester, at Chester by James Arderne ...
Aretine, Peter. / [1661] Strange nevves from Bartholomew-Fair, or, the wandring-whore discovered her cabinet unlockt, her secrets laid open, vnvailed, and spread abroad in Whore and Bacon-lane, Duck-street and the garrison of Pye-corner. VVith the exact manner of conveighing St. Jameses Bawbyes to St Bartholomews-Fair, for the use of all the noble hectors. Trappans, pimps, dicks merry cullys aud [sic] mad-conceited lads of Great-Bedlam. Also the mad flights, merry-conceits tricks, whimsies and quillets used by the wandring-whore, her bawds, mobs, panders, pads and trulls for the drawing in of young hectors, with the manner of her traffick by morter-pieces, and new invented engines never discovered before. By Peter Aretine.
Aretino, Pietro, 1492-1556. / [M.DC.XXXV 1635] Paraphrase vpon the seaven pen[i]tentiall psalmes of [t]he kingly prophet tra[n]slated out of Italian by I.H.
Aretius, Benedictus, d. 1574. / [1696] A short history of Valentinus Gentilis, the tritheist tryed, condemned, and put to death by the Protestant reformed city and church of Bern in Switzerland, for asserting the three divine persons of the Trinity, to be [three distinct, eternal spirits, &c.] / wrote in Latin, by Benedictus Aretius, a divine of that church, and now translated into English for the use of Dr. Sherlock ...
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Earl of, 1629-1685. / [1682] The speech of the Earl of Argyle at his trial on the 12th of December, 1681
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1641] A true copy of a speech delivered in the Parliament in Scotland, by the Earle of Argile concerning the government of the church : together with the Kings going to Parliament August 19, 1641.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1661] To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble petition of Archibald Marquess of Argyle
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1661] The speech of the late Marquiss of Argyll upon the scaffold, May 27, 1661 being a true and perfect copy.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [27 June 1646] A speech by the Marquesse of Argile to the Honourable Lords and Commons in Parliament. 25. June 1646.: With a paper concerning their full consent to the propositions to be presently sent to His Majesty for a safe and well grounded peace. Die Veneris 26. Junii 1646. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that the Marquesse of Argiles speech, with the paper concerning the propositions, be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1661] The speech and plea of Archibald marquesse of Argyle to the Parliament of Scotland at Edinburgh on the 5, of this instant March, in answer to the Charge of high treason against him.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1641] A most noble speech spoken by the Lord Cambel of Lorne, one of his Majesties most Honourable Privie Counsell of Scotland.: Moving the Lords House in Scotland, in his Maiesties presence, for the prevention of such advantages; whereby incendiaries may in the vacancy of Parliaments, any way extort from his Highnesse proclamations, to inforce the bringing in of innovations into the Kirke; or confirming of monopolies, that so all oppressions may be removed from his Majesties subjects of both kingdomes. As also, an honourable reply made by the Lord Lowden, against such, who objected against his former speech.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1648] The Marqvesse of Argyle, his speech concerning the King, the covenant, and peace or warre betweene both kingdomes also a letter to the Parliament of England from Mr. Marshall, some votes past in Scotland, and the particular parties which would engage against England, and who are against it.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1661] The Marques of Argyll his defences against the grand indytement of high treason, exhibited against him to the Parliament in Scotland
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [June 27, 1646] The Lord Marques of Argyle's speech to a grand committee of both Houses of Parliament the 25th of this instant June, 1646 together with some papers of the commissioners for the kingdom of Scotland, wherein they do give their consent to the sending of the propositions of peace to His Majesty, and desire their armies to be supplyed, and the accounts between the kingdoms to be perfected, to the end all armies may be disbanded, &c. : also His Majesties letter to the Marques of Ormond discharging all further treaty with the Irish rebels : and a letter from General Major Monro concerning the state of affairs in Ireland.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1645] Letters from the Marquesse of Argyle, the Earle of Lanerick, Lord Warriston, and others now at Edenburgh, to their friends at London intercepted by Sir Richard Willys ...
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1652] A letter sent from the marquess of Argyle to the King of Scots;: concerning the raising of a new army against the English; and his desires and proposals touching the same. Also, his declaration to the people, and his summons to the gentry in the North; with the rising of the Highlanders and Redshanks; their falling upon the Parliaments forces, and the event and success thereof. Likewise, the manner how they fortifie the hills and mountains; and the strange engines of war which they have planted.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1643] A letter from the Marqves of Argile and Sir William Armyn in the name of themselves and their confederates, to Sir Thomas Glemham, dated at Barwicke, January 20 : with the answer of Sir Thomas Glemham and the commanders and gentry of Northumberland, dated at Newcastle, January 23.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [1661] Instructions to a son by Archibald, late Marquis of Argyle ; written in the time of his confinement.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661. / [Anno 1641] An honourable speech made in the Parlament of Scotland by the Earle of Argile (being now competitor with Earle Morton for the chancellorship) the thirtieth of September 1641.: Touching the prevention of nationall dissention, and perpetuating the happie peace and union betwixt the two kingdomes, by the frequent holding of Parlaments.
Ariadne. / [1696] She ventures, and he wins a comedy acted at the New Theatre in Little Lincoln's-Inn Fields by His Majesty's servants / written by a young lady.
Ariosto, Lodovico, 1474-1533. / [1597] Two tales, translated out of Ariosto: the one in dispraise of men, the other in disgrace of women. VVith certaine other Italian stanzas and prouerbs. By R.T. gentleman.
Ariosto, Lodovico, 1474-1533. / [1607] Orlando furioso in English heroical verse, by Sr Iohn Haringto[n] of Bathe Knight.
Arisoto, Lodovico, 1474-1533. / [1608] Ariosto's satyres in seuen famous discourses, shewing the state, 1 Of the Court, and courtiers. 2 Of libertie, and the clergie in generall. 3 Of the Romane clergie. 4 Of marriage. 5 Of soldiers, musitians, and louers. 6 Of schoolmasters and scholers. 7 Of honor, and the happiest life. In English, by Garuis Markham.
Aristophanes. / [1659] The worlds idol, Plutus a comedy / written in Greek by Aristophanes ; translated by H.H.B. ; together with his notes, and a short discourse upon it.
Aristotle. / [1547] The ethiques of Aristotle, that is to saye, preceptes of good behauoute [sic] and perfighte honestie, now newly tra[n]slated into English.
Aristotle. / [ca. 1528] De cursione lune Here begynneth the course and disposicion of the dayes of the moone in laten and in Englysshe whiche be good: and whiche be badde after the influentes of the moone drawen out of a boke of Aristotiles de astronomiis.
Aristotle. / [1637?] A briefe of the art of rhetorique. Containing in substance all that Aristotle hath written in his three bookes of that subject, except onely what is not applicable to the Engligh tongue.
Aristotle. / [Anno Dom. 1598] Aristotles politiques, or Discourses of gouernment. Translated out of Greeke into French, with expositions taken out of the best authours, specially out of Aristotle himselfe, and out of Plato, conferred together where occasion of matter treated of by them both doth offer it selfe: the obseruations and reasons whereof are illustrated and confirmed by innumerable examples, both old and new, gathered out of the most renowmed empires, kingdomes, seignories, and commonweals that euer haue bene, and wherof the knowledge could be had in writing, or by faythfull report, concerning the beginning, proceeding, and excellencie of ciuile gouernment. By Loys Le Roy, called Regius. Translated out of French into English.
Aristotle. / [1686] Aristotle's Rhetoric, or, The true grounds and principles of oratory shewing the right art of pleading and speaking in full assemblies and courts of judicature / made English by the translators of The art of thinking ...
Aristotle, pseud. / [1694] Aristotle's master-piece, or, The secrets of generation displayed in all the parts thereof ... very necessary for all midwives, nurses, and young-married women.
Armin, Robert, fl. 1610. / [1608] [A nest of ninnies. Simply of themselues without compound. Stultorum plena sunt omnia. By Robert Armin.].
Armin, Robert, fl. 1610. / [1609] The history of the tvvo maids of More-clacke vvith the life and simple maner of Iohn in the hospitall. Played by the Children of the Kings Maiesties Reuels. VVritten by Robert Armin, seruant to the Kings most excellent Maiestie.
Armitage, Timothy, d. 1655. / [1661] A tryall of faith, or, The woman of Canaan on Math. 15, 21, 22, 23, 24 : together with the souls sure anchor-hold, on Heb. 6, 19 : with the wisdome of timely remembring our creator, on Eccles. 12, 1 : in severall sermons / by Timothy Armitage.
Armstrong, Archie, d. 1672. / [1641] Archy's dream, sometimes iester to His Majestie, but exiled the court by Canterburies malice with a relation for whom an odd chaire stood voide in hell.
Armstrong, John, 1634 or 5-1698. / [1677] The souls worth and danger, or A discourse exciting and directing to the due care of its eternal salvation upon the words of our blessed saviour.
Armstrong, John, 1634 or 5-1698. / [1677] Secret and family prayers with brief helps for the more devout receiving of the Lords-Supper. And better observation of the Lords-day, as also to further the needfull duties of catechizing, visiting the sick, and personal instruction. Fitted for the use and benefit of the inhabitants of Cartmel in Lancashire.
Armstrong, Thomas, Sir, 1624?-1684. / [1684] The proceedings against Sir Thomas Armstrong in His Majesties Court of King's Bench, at Westminster, upon an outlawry for high-treason, &c. : as also an account of what passed at his execution at Tyburn, the 20th. of June 1684 : together with the paper he delivered ...
Arnaldus, de Villanova, d. 1311. / [ca.1540] Here is a newe boke, called the defence of age, and recouery of youth, translated out of the famous clarke and ryght experte medycyne Arnold de Noua Uilla, very profytable for all men to knowe.
Arnauld d'Andilly, Monsieur (Robert), 1588-1674. / [1660] The manner of ordering fruit-trees by the Sieur Le Gendre ... ; wherein is treated of nurseries, wall-fruits, hedges of fruit-trees, dwarf-trees, high-standers, &c. ; written originally in French and translated faithfully into English at the request of severall persons of honour.
Arnauld, Antoine, 1560-1619. / [Anno. Domini 1602] Le franc discours. A discourse, presented of late to the French King, in aunswer of sundry requests made vnto him, for the restoring of the Iesuits into Fraunce, as well by theyr friends abroad, & at home, as by themselues in diuers petitionarie bookes. Written in French this present yeere, 1602. and faithfully Englished.
Arnauld, Antoine, 1560-1619. / [1594] The arrainment of the whole society of Iesuits in France, holden in the honourable court of Parliament in Paris, the 12. and 13. of Iuly. 1594 wherein is laied open to the world, that, howsoeuer this new sect pretendeth matter of religion, yet their whole trauailes, endeuours, and bent, is but to set vp the kingdome of Spaine, and to make him the onely monarch of all the west / translated, out of the French copie imprinted at Paris by the Kings printer.
Arnauld, Antoine, 1612-1694. / [1662] The nevv heresie of the Jesuits publickly maintain'd at Paris in the Colledge of Clermont, by conclusions, printed 12 Decemb., 1661, denounced to all the bishops of France / translated out of the French original.
Arnauld, Antoine, 1612-1694. / [1664] Mysteriou tes ayomias, that is, Another part of the mystery of Jesuitism or, The new heresie of the Jesuites, publickly maintained at Paris, in the College of Clermont, the XII of December MDCLXI ... according to the copy printed at Paris : together with The imaginary heresie, in three letters, with divers other particulars ... never before published in English.
Arnauld, Antoine, 1612-1694. / [1685] Logic, or, The art of thinking in which, besides the common, are contain'd many excellent new rules, very profitable for directing of reason and acquiring of judgment in things as well relating to the instruction of a mans self as of others : in four parts ... : to which is added an index to the whole book / for the excellency of the matter printed many times in French and Latin, and now for publick good translated into English by several hands.
Arnold, Richard, d. 1521? / [1503?] In this booke is conteyned the names of ye baylifs custos mairs and sherefs of the cite of londo[n] from the tyme of king richard the furst. ...
Arrowsmith, John, 1602-1659. / [1647] A great wonder in heaven, or, A lively picture of the militant church drawn by a divine pencill : Revel. 12, 1, 2 : discoursed on in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at Margarets, Westminster, on the last monethly fast-day, January 27, 1646/7 / by John Arrowsmith ...
Arrowsmith, John, 1602-1659. / [1645] Englands Eben-ezer, or, Stone of help set up in thankfull acknowledgment of the Lords having helped us hitherto : more especially for a memoriall of that help which the Parliaments forces lately received at Shrewsbury, Weymouth, and elsewhere : in a sermon preached to both the honourable Houses of Parliament, the lord mayor and aldermen of the citie of London being present, at Christ-Church, London, upon the late solemne day of thanksgiving, March 12 / by John Arrowsmith ...
Arrowsmith, Joseph, fl. 1673. / [1673] The reformation a comedy acted at the Dukes theater.
Artemidorus, Daldianus. / [1644] The interpretation of dreams digested into five books by that ancient and excellent philosopher, Artimedorus / compiled by him in Greek, and translated afterwards into the Latine, the Italian, the French, and Spanish tongues, and now more exactly rendered into English ...
Artemidorus, Daldianus. / [1698] [Gwir ddeongliad breuddwydion]:
Arthus, Gotthard, b. 1568. / [1614] Dialogues in the English and Malaiane languages: or, Certaine common formes of speech, first written in Latin, Malaian, and Madagascar tongues, by the diligence and painfull endeuour of Master Gotardus Arthusius, a Dantisker, and now faithfully translated into the English tongue by Augustine Spalding Merchant, for their sakes, who happily shall hereafter vndertake a voyage to the East-Indies.
Arundel, Philip Howard, Earl of, Saint, 1557-1595. / [1581] Callophisus, being brought by the greatest perfection in an other to the smallest liberty in himselfe, hauing the foundation of his choice so firme as it cannot decaye, and finding the place of his imprisonment so stronge as he cannot escape: wilbe at the tilts ende vpon the two and twentie day of Ianuarie next ensewing, at one of the clocke in the afternoone, there to defend and mainetayne against all men whosoever, for sixe courses a peece, the whole sixe, or any of the sixe articles which follow ...
Arundel, Thomas Howard, Earl of, 1585-1646. / [1641] The trve coppy of a letter sent from Thomas, Earle of Arundell, Lord Marshall from Middleborough in Zealand to Mr. Pym and read before the committee the 18 of September, 1641 : whereunto is added the coppy of another letter sent to Mr. Pym also from the committee in Scotland, Sep. 13, 1641 : with the names of the committees that sat there for that day.
Arundel, Thomas Howard, Earl of, 1585-1646. / [1662] The confession and conversion of the chiefest and greatest of sinners, with his frequent communion with God, in Christ, by the spirit, or, A garden of spiritual fruits and flowers
Arundell of Wardour, Henry Arundell, Baron, 1606?-1694. / [1679] Poems written by Henry Lord Arundel of Warder and Count of the Sacred Roman Cmpire [sic].
Arwaker, Edmund. / [1695] Thoughts well employ'd, or, The duty of self-observation in the care and regulation of life according to the royal pattern by Edm. Arwaker, Rector of Drumglass in Ireland.
Arwaker, Edmund. / [1687] The ministration of publick baptism of infants to be used in the church, or, A disswasive from baptising children in private by Edm. Arwaker ...
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1689] A votive table, consecrated to the Church's deliverers, the present King and Queen by Edm. Arwaker ...
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1685] The vision a pindarick ode occasion'd by the death of our late gracious sovereign King Charles II / by Edm. Arwaker, M.A.
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1685] The second part of The vision, a pindarick ode occasioned by Their Majesties happy coronation / by Edm. Arwaker ...
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1688] A poem humbly dedicated to the Queen on the occasion of Her Majesty's happy conception by Edm. Arwaker ...
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1695] A pindaric ode upon the our late soveraign lady of blessed memory, Queen Mary by Edward Arwaker ...
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1686] Fons perennis, a poem on the excellent and useful invention of making sea-water fresh by Edm. Arwaker.
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1694] An epistle to Monsieur Boileau inviting his muse to forsake the French interest and celebrate the King of England / by Edmund Arwaker.
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1694] An elegy on His Excellency Lieutenant-General Tolmach by Edm. Arwaker.
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1684] An elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth, Duchess of Ormond, who died July the 21st, 1684 by E.A., M.A. of Trinity Coll. Dubl.
Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730. / [1689] The apparition, or the genius of Ireland complaining of her present misery and imploring speedy relief from England : dedicated to Duke Schomberg / written by Edm. Arwaker.