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Atherton, Henry, M.D. / [1680] The resurrection proved, or, The life to come demonstrated being a strange but true relation of what hapned to Mrs. Anna Atherton who lay in a trance 7 days : with her speech when she came to life / as it came from her brother Dr. Atherton ...
Atkins, Maurice. / [1672] Cataplus, or, Æneas, his descent to hell a mock poem in imitation of the sixth book of Virgil's Æneis, in English burlesque.
Atkins, Thomas, Sir. / [1660] A seasonable speech made by Alderman Atkins in the Rump-Parliament
Atkins, Thomas, Sir. / [1649] Hosanna, or, A song of thanks-giving sung by the children of Zion, and set forth in three notable speeches at Grocers Hall, on the late solemn day of thanksgiving, Thursday June 7, 1649 : the first was spoken by Alderman Atkins, the second by Alderman Isaac Pennington, the third by Hugh Peters (no alderman, but) clericus in cuerpo.
Atkins, William. / [1694] A discourse shewing the nature of the gout with directions to such remedies as will immediately take away the pain ... : and also helps for palsies, plurisies, cholick, convulsions in limbs ... : with receipts and directions for the cure of the king's evil and other diseases / by W. Atkins.
Atkinson, Christopher. / [1655] Davids enemies discovered.: VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered, / by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne.
Atkinson, Elizabeth. / [1669] Breif [sic] and plain discovery of the labourers in mistery, Babilon, generally called by the name of Quakers with a discription [sic] how the subtile serpent deceived them and made them proud boasters, calling the tower of Babel, which they are building in their imaginations, Mount Zion : with a desire of their return to him that hath confounded their language with a few words in love ... / [by] Elizabeth Atkinson.
Atkyns, Richard, 1615-1677. / [1664] The original and growth of printing collected out of history, and the records of this kingdome : wherein is also demonstrated, that printing appertaineth to the prerogative royal, and is a flower of the crown of England / by Richard Atkyns.
Atkyns, Richard, 1615-1677. / [1669] The Kings grant of privilege for sole printing common-lavv-books defended and the legality thereof asserted
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. / [MDCXCIX 1699] A treatise of the true and ancient jurisdiction of the House of Peers by Sir Robert Atkyns ...
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. / [1689] The power, jurisdiction and priviledge of Parliament and the antiquity of the House of Commons asserted occasion'd by an information in the Kings Bench by the attorney general against the Speaker of the House of Commons : as also A discourse concerning the ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the realm of England, occasion'd by the late commission in ecclesiastical causes / by Sir Robert Atkins, Knight ...
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. / [1689] The Lord Russel's innocency further defended, by way of reply to an ansvver, entituled, The magistracy and government of England vindicated by Sir Robert Atkyns ...
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. / [1693] The Lord Chief Baron Atkyns's speech to Sir William Ashhvrst, Lord-Mayor elect of the city of London, at the time of his being sworn in Their Majesties Court of Exchequer, Monday the thirtieth of October, 1693
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. / [1689] An enquiry into the power of dispensing with penal statutes together with some animadversions upon a book writ by Sir Edw. Herbert ... entituled, A short account of the authorities in law, upon which judgment was given in Sir Edward Hales's case / by Sir Robert Atkyns ...
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. / [1695] An enquiry into the jurisdiction of the Chancery in causes of equity ... humbly submitted to the consideration of the House of Lords, to whom it belongeth to keep the inferiour courts within their bounds / by Sir Robert Atkyns, Knight ... ; to which is added, The case of the said Sir Robert Atkyns upon his appeal against a decree obtained by Mrs. Elizabeth Took and others, plaintiffs in Chancery, about a separate maintenance of 200¹ per annum, &c.
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709. / [1689] A defence of the late Lord Russel's innocency by way of answer or confutation of a libellous pamphlet intituled, An antidote against poyson : with two letters of the author of this book, upon the subject of His Lordship's tryal : together with an argument in the great case concerning elections of members to Parliament, between Sr. Samuel Barnardiston bar. plaintiff, and Sr. Will. Soames, sheriff of Suffolk, defend., in the Court of Kings-Bench, in an action upon the case, and afterwards by error sued in the Exchequer-chamber / by Sir Robert Atkyns, Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath ...
Atkyns, Robert, Sir, 1621-1709, defendant. / [1695] The case of Sir Robert Atkyns, Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath, upon his appeal against a decree obtain'd by Mrs. Elizabeth Took, (the now wife of Thomas Took, Esq.) and others, plaintiffs in Chancery, about a separate maintenance of 200 ¾ per ann. clear above all charges settled on Mrs. Took, beside a large jointure
Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. / [1692] A sermon before the queen at White-hall, May 29, 1692 by F. Atterbury ...
Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. / [1700] The rights, powers, and priviledges, of an English convocation, stated and vindicated in answer to a late book of D. Wake's, entituled, The authority of Christian princes over their ecclesiastical synods asserted, &c. and to several other pieces.
Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. / [1694] The power of charity to cover sin a sermon preach'd before the President and Governors of Bridewell and Bethlehem, in Bridewell-Chapel, August xvi, 1694, being the election-day / by Francis Atterbvry ...
Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. / [1698] A discourse occasion'd by the death of the Right Honourable the Lady Cutts by Francis Atterbury ...
Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. / [1694] The Christian religion increas'd by miracle a sermon before the Queen at White-Hall, October 21, 1694 / by Francis Atterbury ...
Atterbury, Francis, 1662-1732. / [1687] An answer to some considerations on the spirit of Martin Luther and the original of the Reformation lately printed at Oxford.
Attersoll, William, d. 1640. / [1606] The badges of Christianity. Or, A treatise of the sacraments fully declared out of the word of God Wherein the truth it selfe is proued, the doctrine of the reformed churches maintained, and the errors of the churches of Rome are euidently conuinced: by pervsing wherof the discreet reader may easily perceiue, the weak and vnstable grounds of the Roman religion, and the iust causes of our lawfull separation. Diuided into three bookes: 1. Of the sacraments in generall. 2. Of Baptisme. 3. Of the Lords Supper. Hereunto is annexed a corollarie or necessary aduertisement, shewing the intention of this present worke, opening the differences among vs about the question of the supper, discouering the idolatry and diuisions of the popish clergy, ... By William Attersoll, minister of the Word of God.
Attowell, George. / [1617?] Frauncis new iigge, betweene Frauncis a gentleman, and Richard a farmer. To the tune of Walsingham.
Atwell, George. / [1658] The faithfull surveyour discovering divers errours in land measuring, and showing how to measure all manner of ground, and to plot it, and to prove the shutting by the chain onely ... / by George Atwell.
Atwell, George. / [1660] An apology, or, Defence of the divine art of natural astrologie being an answer to a sermon preached in Cambridge, July 25, 1652. ... / written by the learned and ingenious mathematician, Mr. George Atwell ... ; and now published by a friend ... vvhose preface is hereunto annexed.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1689] Wonderful predictions of Nostredamus, Grebner, David Pareus, and Antonius Torquatus wherein the grandeur of Their present Majesties, the happiness of England, and downfall of France and Rome, are plainly delineated : with a large preface, shewing, that the crown of England has been not obscurely foretold to Their Majesties William III and Mary, late Prince and Princess of Orange, and that the people of this ancient monarchy have duly contributed thereunto, in the present assembly of Lords and Commons, notwithstanding the objections of men of different extremes.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1685?] A true account of the unreasonableness of Mr. Fitton's pretences against the Earl of Macclesfield
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1683] Three letters to Dr. Sherlock concerning church-communion wherein 'tis enquired whether the doctor's notion of church communion be not too narrow and uncharitable, both to dissenters, and men of larger principles / by a lay-man of the Church of England ...
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1683] A seasonable vindication of the truly catholick doctrine of the Church of England in reply to Dr. Sherlock's answer to Anonymus his three letters concerning church-communion.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1695] A safe and easy method for supplying the want of coin and raising as many millions as the occasions of the publick may require. Humbly offered to the consideration of the present Parliament. With some remarks upon the Bank of England, Dr. Chamberlain's Bank, the Land-Bank, so called, and the National Land-Bank.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1695] The rights and authority of the Commons of the city of London in their Common-hall assembled, particularly in the choice and discharge of their sheriffs, asserted and cleared in answer to the vindication of the Lord-Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Council.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1696] Reflections upon a treasonable opinion, industriously promoted, against signing the National association and the entring into it prov'd to be the duty of all subjects of this kingdom.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1690?] Proposals for printing the fundamental constitution of the English government Shewing the antiquity, nature, and excellence of the English monarchy; how the liberties of the nation have been preserv'd thro' the several revolutions in it: what the bounds set to the prerogrative of the Prince, and privileges of the subject; and what harmony the constitution has kept between 'em. By William Atwood of Grays-Inn, Esq;
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1689] The Lord Chief Justice Herbert's account examin'd by W.A., Barrister at Law, ... ; wherein it is shewn that those authorities in law, whereby he would excuse his judgment in Sir Edward Hales his case, are very unfairly cited and as ill applied.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1681] Jus Anglorum ab antiquo, or, A confutation of an impotent libel against the government by king, lords, and commons under pretence of answering Mr. Petyt, and the author of Jani Anglorum facies nova : with a speech, according to the answerer's principles, made for the Parliament at Oxford.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1680] Jani Anglorum facies nova, or, Several monuments of antiquity touching the great councils of the kingdom and the court of the kings immediate tenants and officers from the first of William the First, to the forty ninth of Henry the third, reviv'd and clear'd : wherein the sense of the common-council of the kingdom mentioned in King John's charter, and of the laws ecclesiastical, or civil, concerning clergy-men's voting in capital cases is submitted to the judgement of the learned.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1698] The history and reasons of the dependency of Ireland upon the imperial crown of the kingdom of England rectifying Mr. Molineux's state of The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament in England.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1690] An apology for the East-India Company with an account of some large prerogatives of the crown of England, anciently exercised and allowed of in our law, in relation to foreign trade and foreign parts / by W.A. ...
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1694] The antiquity and justice of an oath of abjuration in answer to a treatise, entituled, The case of an oath of abjuration considered.
Atwood, William, d. 1705? / [1681] Additions answering the omissions of our reverend author