BOOKS lately Printed for Benj. Crayle, at the Peacock and Bible at the West-end of St. Paul's.
I. THE Glory of God's Revenge against the bloody and detestable Sins of Murther and Adultery, Ex∣pressed in Thirty Modern Tragical Histories: To which are annexed the Triumphs of Friendship and Chastity, in some Illustrious Examples, with several Letters interwo∣ven, suitable to each Story. By Tho. Wright, M. A. sometime Moderator of St. Peter's Colledge, Cambridge. Octavo.
II. Delightfull Novels, Exemplified in Eight choice and Elegant Histories, lately related by the most Refined VVits, with Interludes. Twelves• Price 1. S.
III. Tentamina E••gantiarum •i•a or Two Essays of Ele∣gancies; Principal•y 〈◊〉•or ••e •ri•ging of Scholars, after they can Read and W•i•• true G•a•matical Latin,•o a full and clear u•d••s•anding, and wri••ng of Terse and Polite Latin; but a•so ••y •e a 〈…〉 G•ntlemen in their Elegant composing •f English and Latin Epistles, &c. Octavo. Price 1. S.
IV. A Nose-gay of Divine Truths, wherein the chief Points o•Religion are discussed. Printed French and English. Twelves.
V. The Church of England evidently proved a Mem∣ber of the Holy Catholick Church; wherein the Doctrine of Arians, Socinians, and Anabap•ists are Answered and Con∣futed, and the Presbyterians proved Schisma•icks: wi•h some Reasons of the Reverend Dr. Tillotson against Pers•∣cution meerly for Religion. Both by P. B. formerly of the Order of St. Francis, now a Convert to the Church of En∣gland. Twelves.
VI. The Beauty o• Holiness: By the Au•hour of the Whole Du•y o• Man, &c. Octavo.