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Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664. / [1650] Ultima, = the last things in reference to the first and middle things: or certain meditations on life, death, judgement, hell, right purgatory, and heaven: delivered by Isaac Ambrose, minister of the Gospel at Preston in Amoundernes in Lancashire.
Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664. / [1674] Redeeming the time a sermon preached at Preston in Lancashire, January 4th, 1657 at the funeral of the honourable lady, the Lady Margaret Houghton / by Isaac Ambrose.
Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664. / [MDCL. 1650] Prima the first things, in reference to the middle and last things: or, the doctrine of regeneration, the new birth, the very beginning of a godly life. Delivered by Isaac Ambrose, minister of the Gospel at Preston in Amounderness in Lancashire.
Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664. / [1650. i.e. 1649] Media: the middle things, in reference to the first and last things: or, The means, duties, ordinances, both secret, private and publike, for continuance and increase of a godly life, once begun, till we come to Heaven. Wherein are discovered many blessed medium's or duties, in their right method, manner and proceedings; that so a Christian (the spirit of Christ assisting) may walk on in the holy path, which leads from his new birth to everlasting life. / Drawn, for the most part, out of the most eminently pious, and learned writings of our native practical divines: with additionals of his own, by Isaac Ambrose, minister of the Gospel at Preston in Amoundernes.
Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664. / [1680] Looking unto Jesus a view of the everlasting gospel, or, the souls eying of Jesus as carrying on the great work of mans salvation from first to last / by Isaac Ambrose ...
Ambrose, Saint, Bishop of Milan, d. 397. / [1555] A deuout prayer of s. Ambrose, very expedie[n]t for all suche as prepare them selues to saye masse, or receaue ye blessed sacrament of the very body and bloud of Christ. Englished by Thomas Paynell.
Ambrose, Saint, Bishop of Milan, d. 397. / [1637] Christian offices crystall glasse In three bookes. First written in Latine, by that famous and renowned Father, Saint Ambrose Bishop of Millane. Whereunto is added his conuiction of Symmachus the Gentile. A worke tending to the advancement of vertue, and of holinesse: and to shew how much the morality of the Gentiles, is exceeded by the doctrine of Christianity. Translated into English by Richard Humfrey ...
Ames, Richard, d. 1693. / [MDCXCI. 1691] An elegy upon the death of that learned, pious, and laborious minister of Jesus Christ Mr. Richard Baxter, who departed this mortal life on the 8th day of December, 1691.
Ames, Richard, d. 1693. / [MDXCCII i.e. 1692] An elegy on the death of that brave sea-commander, Reer-Admiral Carter, who was unfortunately kill'd in the famous ingagement with the French fleet, on the 20th of May, 1692.
Ames, William, d. 1662. / [Printed in the yeare 1656] A declaration of the witness of God manifested in me from my youth.
Ameyden, Dirk, 1586-1656. / [1687] Pietas Romana et Parisiensis, or, A faithful relation of the several sorts of charitable and pious works eminent in the cities of Rome and Paris the one taken out of the book written by Theodorus Amydenus ; the other out of that by Mr. Carr.
Amsterdam (Netherlands). Raad. / [Feb. 19, 1684] A coppy of a letter sent by the burga-masters and Councel of Amsterdam to the rest of the city's that have their session in the Assembly of the States of Holland and West-Frezland
Amyraut, Moïse, 1596-1664. / [1660] A treatise concerning religions, in refutation of the opinion which accounts all indifferent· Wherein is also evinc'd the necessity of a particular revelation, and the verity and preeminence of the Christian religion above the pagan, Mahometan, and Jewish rationally demonstrated. / Rendred into English out of the French copy of Moyses Amyraldus late professor of divinity at Saumur in France.
Amyraut, Paul, b. 1600 or 1601. / [1648] The triumph of a good conscience. Or a sermon preached upon the 2. of the Revel. the latter part of the 10 verse. VVherein the nature of faithfulnesse is in part opened, and the doctrine of perseverance confirmed, and some cases of conscience cleared. / By Paul Amiraut, minister of the Gospel at East Dearham, in the county of Norfolk.