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Daffey, Ellen. / [1700?] Directions given by Anthony Daffey, for taking the safe, innocent, and successful cordial drink, called Elixir Salutis, truly prepared by me Ellen. Daffey: now living in the square in Salisbury-Court, in the house that was formerly Dr. Brown's, near Fleetstreet, a large golden ball being over the gate.
Daffy, Anthony. / [1698] Daffy's original and famous Elixir salutis : the choice drink of health, or, health-bringing drink, being a famous cordial drink, found out by the providence of the almighty, and ... experiences by my self and other divers persons ... a most excellent preservative of mankind. A secret far beyond any medicament yet known ... the same being fitted unto all ages, sexes, complexions and constitutions ... / Never published by any but Anthony Daffy, and now by me Elias Daffy his son.
Daillé, Jean, 1594-1670. / [1675] Faith grounded upon the Holy Scriptures against the new Methodists / by John Daille ; printed in French at Paris anno 1634, and now Englished by M.M.
Daillé, Jean, 1594-1670. / [1672] XLIX sermons upon the whole Epistle of the Apostle St. Paul to the Colossians in three parts / by ... Mr. John Daille ...
Dale, John, b. 1618 or 19. / [1657] The analysis of all the epistles of the New Testament wherein the chiefe things of every particular chapter are reduced to heads, for help of the memory, and many hard places explained, for the help of the understanding / by John Dale ...
Dale, Robert, d. 1722. / [1697] An exact catalogue of the nobility of England and lords spiritual, according to their resective precedencies with all their titles of honor (whether by creation, succession, or office), and the particular times of their several promotions : together with their paternal coats of arms, and also those of the Archiepiscopal and Episcopal sees in blazon / by Robert Dale, Gent. ...
Dalechamp, Caleb. / [1632] Christian hospitalitie handled common-place-wise in the chappel of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge: whereunto is added, a short but honourable narration of the life and death of Mr Harrison, the late hospital vice-master of that royal and magnificent societie. By Caleb Dalechamp ...
Dalgarno, George, 1626?-1687. / [1680] Didascalocophus, or, The deaf and dumb mans tutor to which is added a discourse of the nature and number of double consonants, both which tracts being the first (for what the author knows) that have been published upon either of the subjects / by Geo. Dalgarno.
Dalgarno, George, 1626?-1687. / [1657] Tables of the universal character so contrived that the practice of them exceed's all former wayes of short hand writing, and are applicable to all languages.
Dalhusius, Johannes H. (Johannes Hermanus) / [1689] Carmen proseucticon Basiliphili ad suos Britannicos concives: occasione pridie nonarum, & nonarum Novembris, quando Regis Guilielmi III. genethlia, et adventus enjus in Angliam, atque pulverariæ proditionis memoria celebrabantur, anno MDCLXXXIX.
Dallison, Charles, d. 1669. / [Agust sic 3, 1642] A speech delivered to His Maiesty by the recorder of Lincolne: at his reception into the city, July 15, 1642 .
Dallison, Charles, d. 1669. / [August the 3. 1642] Mr. Charles Dallison recordr [sic] of Lincoln, his speech to the Kings Majesty:
Dalmahoy, John. / [1692] Unto his Grace, his Majesties High Commissioner, and the right honourable the Estates of Parliament. The petition of Sir John Dalmahoy of that ilk.
Dalrymple, Hew, Sir, 1652-1737. / [1695] Information for the master of Stair
Dalrymple, Hugh, d. 1741 / [M. DC. XCVII 1697 ] Disputatio juridica, de rebus auctoritate judicis possidendis seu vendendis; quam divino annuente numine, / ex auctoritate clarissimi consultissimiq; viri, D.D. Hugonis Dalrymple ... necnon ... Guilielmus Hall ...
Dalton, Edward. / [M.DC.XXIII. 1623] Poleo-nao-daphne. Londons laurell: or a branch of the graft of gratitude First budded in the temple, and now begun to blossome, upon Davids thankfulnes to the Lord for a cities kindnesse. By Edw. Dalton one of the lecturers in the Cathedrall Church of S. Pauls, London.
Dalton, Edward. / [1624] Doubtings dovvnfall first, prouing the communitie of the Saints assurance. Secondly, disprouing Bellarmines and his fellowes false allegations and friuolous exceptions against that truth. By Edvvard Dalton, preacher of the Word, &c.
Dalton, Michael, d. 1648? / [1628] The office and authoritie of sherifes. Abridged by the former author Mich. Dalton, of Lincolnes Inne, Esquire
Damon, William. / [1642] Welcome newes from Ireland, or A victorious battell of the Protestant armie. Fought betweene these three noble and magnanimous pillars of Ptotestant [sic] religion, the Earle of Wormouth, the Lord Balteamoure, and Captaine Kembden, lately come from the King of Swedlands service, against the whole army of the rebels in the western parts. : Shewing in a most true and reall relation the manner how this battel was fought, continuing for the space of two dayes and one night, with the number of the men that were slain, and the names of those lords which they tooke prisoners, also a true discovery of that great conspiracy against the city of Westchester, and some ships there. / Brought over by Mr. William Damon, an eye-witnesse to the same.
Dandini, Girolamo, 1554-1634. / [1698] A voyage to Mount Libanus wherein is an account of the customs, manners, &c. of the Turks : also a description of Candia, Nicosia, Tripoly, Alexandretta, &c. : with curious remarks upon several passages re[l]ating to the Turks & Maronites / written originally in Italian by the R. F. Jerome Dandini.
Daneau, Lambert, ca. 1530-1595? / [1589] A treatise, touching Antichrist VVherein, the place, the time, the forme, the workmen, the vpholders, the proceeding, and lastly, the ruine and ouerthrow of the kingdome of Antichrist, is plainly laid open out of the word of God: where also manie darke, and hard places both of Daniell and the Reuelation are made manifest. By Lambert Danæus.
Daneau, Lambert, ca. 1530-1595? / [1590?] The iudgement of that reuerend and Godly lerned man, M. Lambert Danæus, touching certaine points now in controuersie, contained in his preface before his commentary vpon the first Epistle to Timothie, written in Latine, and dedicated by him to the Prince of Orange. But novv translated into Englishe, for the behofe and comfort of all those, who (not vnderstanding the Latine tongue) are desirous to know the trueth in those points
Daneau, Lambert, ca. 1530-1595? / [1594] A fruitfull commentarie vpon the twelue small prophets briefe, plaine, and easie, going ouer the same verse by verse, and shewing every where the method, points of doctrine, and figures of rhetoricke, to the no small profit of all godly and well disposed readers, with very necessarie fore-notes for the vnderstanding of both of these, and also all other the prophets. The text of these prophets together with that of the quotations omitted by the author, faithfully supplied by the translatour, and purged of faults in the Latine coppie almost innumerable, with a table of all the chiefe matters herein handled, and marginall notes very plentifull and profitable; so that it may in manner be counted a new booke in regard of these additions. VVritten in Latin by Lambertus Danæus, and newly turned into English by Iohn Stockwood minister and preacher at Tunbridge.
Danett, Thomas, fl. 1566-1601. / [1600] A continuation of the historie of France from the death of Charles the eight where Comines endeth, till the death of Henry the second. Collected by Thomas Danett Gentleman.
Danforth, John, 1660-1730. / [1697] Kneeling to God at parting with friends, or, The fraternal intercessory cry of faith and love setting forth and recommending the primitive mode of taking leave / by J. Danforth, pastor of the church of Christ in Dorchester.
Danforth, John, 1660-1730. / [1699] A funeral elegy humbly dedicated to the renowned memory of the honourable, Thomas Danforth Esq. of Cambridge, sometimes deputy governour in the colony of the Massachusetts-Bay, and president of the province of main; and one of His Majesties honourable council. Judge of the superiour court in the providence of the Massachusetts-Bay in New England; who (after he had long served his generation by the will of God in several high stations) did to our inconceivable loss, but his unparallel'd gain, rest from all his labours, on the sacred day of rest, the memorable 5th of November : Anno Domini. 1699.
Dangerfield, Thomas, 1650?-1685. / [1680] The information of Thomas Dangerfield, gent.: Delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Tuesday the twenty sixth day of October, in the year of Our Lord 1680. / Perused and signed to be printed, according to the order of the House of Commons, by me William Williams, speaker.
Daniel, Gabriel, 1649-1728. / [MDCXCIV 1694] A voyage to the world of Cartesius written originally in French, translated into English by T. Taylor, of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford.
Daniel, Gabriel, 1649-1728. / [MDCXCIV. 1694] The discourses of Cleander and Eudoxus upon the provincial letters. By a lover of peace and concord. ; Translated out of a French copy.
Daniel, John, of Deresbury, Cheshire. / [1651] The birth, life, and death of the Jewish unction. By John Daniel of Deresbury in Cheshire, Esquire.
Danks, John, 1631 or 2-1697. / [Printed in the year. 1680] The captives returne, or, The testimonys of John Danks of Colchester, and Elizabeth Danks, his wife, to the mercy and goodness of God,: in calling them back to his everlasting truth, after their ont-runnings [sic] and seperation from the same. : Also being warnings to those that still continue in enmity and seperation from the pretious truth and from the people of God, that they may returne while the Lord calls and while the day of their visitation continues. : With a short testimony to the truth by way of preface / written by John Furly, junior.
Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. / [1659] The Quakers vvisdom descendeth not from above or a brief vindication of a small tract, intituled, The Quakers folly made manifest to all men, as also of its authour, from the exceptions made against it, and aspersions cast upon him. In a pamphlet called The voice of wisdom, &c. published by George Whithead, Quaker. / By Tho. Danson, M.A. late fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxon. And now minister of the Gospel at Sandwich in Kent.
Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. / [1659] The Quakers folly made manifest to all men: or a true relation of what passed in three disputations at Sandwich, April, 12, 13, 19, 1659. between three Quakers, and a minister, viz. Mr. Samuel Fisher, George Whithead, Richard Hubberthorn, and Thomas Danson wherein many popish tenents were by them maintained, and by him refuted. Occasioned by an imperfect and (in many things) false relation of the said disputations, published by R. Hubberthorn, one of the three Quakers, which said relation is also censur'd and amended. Together with a brief narrative of some remarkable passages. / By Tho. Danson, late fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxon, and now minister of the Gospel at Sandwich in Kent.
Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. / [1672] Klētoi tetērēmēnoi, or, The Saints perseverance asserted in its positive grounds and vindicated from all material exceptions against it occasioned by a late immodest account of two conferences upon that point, between Tho. Danson and Mr. Jer. Ives, published by the said Mr. Ives, which account is also herein rectified, and its falshood detected to the just shame of the publisher / by Tho. Danson.
Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. / [1676] A friendly debate between Satan and Sherlock containing a discovery of the unsoundness of Mr. William Sherlocks principles in a late book entituled A discourse concerning the knowledge of Jesus Christ &c., by this only medium, that they afford the Devil the same grounds for his hope of salvation that they do mankind, and so subvert the Gospel and transform Christianity into Mahumetanism / by an hearty enemy of Mahumetanism.
Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. / [1694] A friendly conference between a Paulist and a Galatian in defence of the Apostolical doctrine of justification by faith without works : against many specious exceptions of the modern Galatians : wherein the question, whether the gospel be a new law is modestly discussed and determined in the negative / by Thomas Danson ...
Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. / [1678] De causa Dei, or, A vindication of the common doctrine of Protestant divines concerning predetermination i.e., the interest of God as the first cause, in all the actions, as such, of all rational creatures, from the invidious consequences with which it is burdened by Mr. John Howe in a late letter and postscript of God's prescience / by T.D.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1674] A treatise of laying on of hands with the history thereof, both from the scripture and antiquity : wherein an account is given how it hath been practised in all ages since Christ, the mistakes about it rectified and the sence of Heb. 6.2. cleared / by H. D'Anvers.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1673] A treatise of baptism wherein that of believers and that of infants is examined by the Scriptures, with the history of both out of antiquity : making it appear that infants baptism was not practised for near 300 years after Christ ... and that the famous Waldensian and old British churches and Christians witnessed against it : with the examination of the stories about Thomas Munzer, and John a Leyden : as also, the history of Christianity amongst the ancient Britains and Waldenses : and, a brief answer to Mr. Bunyan about communion with persons unbaptized / by H.D.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1676] A third reply, or, A short return to Mr. Baxters brief answer to my second reply, in his postscript to a late treatise of justification wherein his contradictious and slanderous way of writing is further detected / by H. D'Anvers.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1672] Theopolis, or the city of God new Jerusalem, in opposition to the city of the nations great Babylon; comprehending the blessing and benefit of Christs Kingdom, in the thousand years reign before his personal coming and appearing, after the total ruine of the beast, and his kingdom. In a coment upon the 10th. and 21st. chapters of the revelations. With an additional answer to these two material questions: 1. Whether the thousand years reign is not already past, as Brightman, and others affirm. 2. Whether the natural Jew is not most concerned in the latter day promises prophecies, especially in the pulling down Babylon, and building of Zion, as Maton, and others assert
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1684] Solomon's Proverbs English and Latin,: alphabetically collected for help of memory. / In English by H.D. ; and since made Latin by S. Perkins ... ; Fitted for the use of schools.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1675] A second reply in defence of the Treatise of baptism (wherein M. Baxters More-proofs are found no proofs) : in two parts, the first defending the antiquityes against his charge of forgery, the second justifying the charge of slander, contradiction and popery against his writings : as also an admonition to M.B., and some reflections by Mr. Tombs upon Mr. B's More proofs : with a rejoynder to Mr Will's his Vindiciae, and an answer to his appeal / by H. Danvers.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1675] A rejoynder to Mr. Wills, his Vindiciæ wherein the antiquity for believers and novelty of infant baptism is further confirmed : as also his groundless appeal distinctly answer'd, and the forgeries and mistakes boasted of, still found to be his own : with an appeal to his conscience about the same / by H. Danvers.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1689] Murder will out, or, A clear and full discovery that the Earl of Essex did not feloniously murder himself, but was barbarously murthered by others both by undeniable circumstances, and positive proofs / vvritten by Henry Danvers ...
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1675] Innocency and truth vindicated, or, A sober reply to Mr. Will's answer to a late treatise of baptisme wherein the authorities and antiquities for believers and against infants baptism are defended ... : with a brief answer to Mr. Blinmans essay / by Henry Danvers.
Danvers, Henry, d. 1687. / [1649] Certain quæries concerning liberty of conscience. Propounded to those ministers (so called) of Leicestershire, when they first met to consult that representation which they so privately framed, and yet afterwards so publiquely fathered upon that county. / By Henry Danvers, a lover of truth, and just freedom.
Darcie, Abraham, fl. 1625. / [1635] The way to immortality: or happinesse in her perfection A perspective view of eternitie, and mirror of felicitie.
Darcie, Abraham, fl. 1625. / [1624] A monumentall pyramide to all posterities erected to the euer-liuing memory, and perpetuall honour of the all-vertuous and euer-glorious prince, Lodovvick, late Duke of Richmond and Lenox ... Who departed this transitory life at his chamber in White-Hall, on Monday, being the sixteenth day of February, 1624, betwixt sixe and seauen of the clocke in the morning, to the great griefe of many thousand people of sundry nations.
Dariot, Claude, 1533-1594. / [1583?] A breefe and most easie introduction to the astrologicall iudgement of the starres VVhereby euerye man maye with finall labour giue aunswere to any question demaunded. Written by Claudius Dariot Phisition, and translated by Fabian Wither. Hereunto is annexed a most necessarye, ready, and breefe table, for the speedie finding out of the planetary and vnequall houres of euery daye thorow the yere, exactly calculated by the sayd Fabian Wither.
Darker, John. / [1692] A breviary of military discipline, compos'd and published for the use of the militia containing explanations how to perform the postures of pikes and musquets, and also the several facings, distances, doublings, wheelings, and the uses thereof, the manner of drawing up and forming battalions, the posts of the officers in line, and march, with directions for orders of battle, and various ways of firing on divers forms, also directions for passing bridges, or defiles with other useful observations : whereunto is added the excercise of the horse / by Captain Lieutenant John Darker.
Darrel, John, b. ca. 1562. / [1617] A treatise of the Church VVritten against them of the separation, commonly called Brownists. Wherein the true doctrine of a visible Church is taught, and the Church of England, proued to be a true Church. The Brownists false doctrine of the visible Church is conuinced; their shamefull peruerting of the holy Scriptures discouered, their arguments to proue the Church of England a false Church answered.
Darrel, John, b. ca. 1562. / [1602] A suruey of certaine dialogical discourses: vvritten by Iohn Deacon, and Iohn Walker, concerning the doctrine of the possession and dispossession of diuels VVherein is manifested the palpable ignorance and dangerous errors of the discoursers, and what according to proportion of God his truth, every christian is to hold in these poyntes. Published by Iohn Darrell minister of the gospell.
Darrel, John, b. ca. 1562. / [1602] The replie of Iohn Darrell, to the answer of Iohn Deacon, and Iohn Walker, concerning the doctrine of the possession and dispossession of demoniakes.
Darrel, John, b. ca. 1562. / [1600] A detection of that sinnful, shamful, lying, and ridiculous discours, of Samuel Harshnet. entituled: A discouerie of the fravvdulent practises of Iohn Darrell wherein is manifestly and apparantly shewed in the eyes of the world. not only the vnlikelihoode, but the flate impossibilitie of the pretended counterfayting of William Somers, Thomas Darling, Kath. Wright, and Mary Couper, togeather with the other 7. in Lancashire, and the supposed teaching of them by the saide Iohn Darrell.
Darrell, Marmaduke, Sir. / [1670?] Mr. Darrel's reply to sir Jeremy Whichcott's pretended answer to two printed questions alleadged by Mr. Darrel, to be debated before the House of Peers.
Darrell, William, 1651-1721. / [1688] The vanity of human respects. In a sermon. / By William Darel.
Darrell, William, 1651-1721. / [1687] A letter to the author of the reply to a late paper called A full answer to Dr. Tenison's conferences concerning the Eucharist
Darrell, William, 1651-1721. / [1688] A letter to a Lady from William Darrell ... ; wherein he desires a conference with the gentleman who writ her a letter furnishing her with Scripture testimonies against the principal points and doctrine of popery.
Darrell, William, 1651-1721. / [1687] The lay-mans opinion sent in a private letter to a considerable divine of the Church of England.
Darrell, William, 1651-1721. / [1681] The increase of popery in England, since the reformation made by King Henry VIII shewing the great encouragement that priests, Jesuits, and other promoter of that bloudy religion have had from persons of power and authority, the discouragements and notorious hardships, even to silencing, and banishment from cities and corporations, that have been the portion of many able and faithful Protestant ministers, that have eminently opposed it : with an essay towards what may possibly befall the Churches of Christ from the hellish contrivances and damnable plots of Romish emissaries : with a faithful extract out of the most authentick records of the most memorable things referring to the reformation, viz. Henry VIII, his reasons given in his proclamation for taking away the Popes usurped power, his protestation against the pope, his injunctions to his clergy, Bishop St[e]phen Gardener's oath or protestation, and his reasons against the Popessupremacy in England and the publick agreement of the whole clergy of England, as confirmed and ratified in the book called the Bishops book, published in the year 1534 / by .. William Dell ...
Darton, Nicholas, 1603-1649? / [1641] The true and absolute bishop with the converts returne unto him : wherein is also shewed how Christ is our only shepheard, as well as our truest bishop : and also, how lamentable and miserable the condition of those men doth appeare to bee, which are out of Christs fold, out of Christs diocesse / by Nicolas Darton ...
Darton, Nicholas, 1603-1649? / [1649] Ecclesia Anglicana, or, Dartons cleare & Protestant manifesto as an evangelicall key sent to the governour of Oxford for the opening of the church dores there, that are shut up without prayers or preaching.
Dary, Michael. / [1674] A tale of a tub, or The Greenwich problem. Greenvvich, the twenty sixth of July, 1673.
Dary, Michael. / [1664] The general doctrine of equation reduced into brief precepts.: In III chapters. derived from the works of the best modern analysts. / By Michael Dary, Philomath.
Dashfield, John. / [1649] A contemplation of mans mortalitie. Preached at Reading, by John Dashfield, M.A.
Dashwood, Robert, Sir, 1662-1734. / [1690?] The case of Sir Robert Dashwood, Knight and Baronet, Sir Samuel Dashwood, Knight, John Pery, and Edward Noell, Surviving executors of George Dashwood, Esq; deceased, in trust for minors, the younger children of the said Mr. Dashwood, appellants, from a decree and several orders in the Court of Exchequer, wherein they and others are defendants at the suit of Sir John Champante, Knight, complainant.
Dastor de Laussac, Antoine. / [1700] The character of the true church In a sermon preach'd at the French church in the Savoy, upon these words, How goodly are they tents, O Jacob, and thy tabernacles, O Israel, Numb. XXIV. v. 5. By A. D'Astor de Laussac, formerly a prior and an archdeacon of the church of Rome.
Dauncey, John, fl. 1633. / [1660] An exact history of the several changes of government in England, from the horrid murther of King Charles I. to the happy restauration of King Charles II. With the renowned actions of General Monck. Being the second part of Florus anglicus, by J.D. Gent.
Dauncey, John, fl. 1663. / [1663] Work for Cooper, or A bone for the doctour to pick; being an ansvver to a scurrilous pamphlet, entituled, The asse beaten for bawling.
Dauncey, John, fl. 1663. / [1660] The history of His sacred Majesty Charles the II, King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, defender of the faith &c. begun from the murder of his royall father of happy memory & continued to this present year, 1660 / by a person of quality.
Davenant, Charles, 1656-1714. / [1699] A vindication of some assertions relating to coin and trade from the reflections made by the author of the essay on ways and means, in his book, intituled, Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England,&c. part. II.
Davenant, John, ca. 1572-1641. / [1628] One of the sermons preached at Westminster the fifth of Aprill, (being the day of the publike fast;) before the Right Honourable Lords of the High Court of Parliament, and set forth by their appointment. By the Bishop of Sarum.
Davenant, John, ca. 1572-1641. / [1641] An exhortation to brotherly communion betwixt the Protestant churches written by ... John Davenant ...
Davenant, John, ca. 1572-1641. / [1641] Animadversions upon a treatise intitled, Gods love to mankind written by ... Iohn, Lord Bishop of Sarisbvry.
Davenant, John, ca. 1572-1641. / [M D XL. 1640] Ad fraternam communionem inter evangelicas ecclesias restaurandam adhortatio in eo fundata, quáod non dissentiant in ullo fundamentali catholicæ fidei articulo. Per Reverendum in Christo patrem, Johann. Davenantium Episcopum Sarisburiensem.
Davenport, Francis, Historiographer. / [1688] An historical abstract of Mr. Samuel White, his management of affairs, in his shabandership of Tenassery and Mergen, during Francis Davenports stay with him in quality of secretary: collected out of the said Davenports own private memoirs; for the clearer discovery of whatsoever may have relation to the right honourable English East-India Company themselves, or others our country men in India, through his proceedings, in pretence of his ministration of that publick office under the King of Syam.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [printed in the year, 1670] A sermon preach'd at the election of the Governour, at Boston in New-England, May 19th 1669. by John Davenport.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [1629] A royall edict for military exercises published in a sermon preached to the captaines, and gentlemen that exercise armes in the artillery garden at their generall meeting. In Saint Andrewes vndershaft, in London, Iune 23. 1629. By Iohn Dauenporte, B. of Diuinity, and P. of Saint Stephans in Cole-man-street in London.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [M D xxxv. 1635] A protestation made and published by Iohn Davenporte vpon occasion of a pamphlett intitled A iust complaint against an uniust doer published by a nameles person
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [1642] The profession of the faith of that reverend and worthy divine Mr. J. D. sometimes preacher of Stevens Coleman-street. London. Made publiquely before the congregation at his admission into one of the churches of God in New-England. Containing twenty severall heads as it was drawn from his own copy. viz. 1. Concerning the scriptures. 2. Concerning the Godhead in the unity of essence, and trinity of persons. 3. Concerning the decrees of God. 4. Concerning creation, and providence. 5. Concerning the fall of man and originall sin. 6. Concerning mans restitution. 7. Concerning the person and natures in Christ. 8. Concerning the offices of Christ. 9. Concerning Christs propheticall office. 10. Concerning the priesthood of Christ. 11. Concerning Christs kingly office. 1. in generall. 12. Concerning his kingdom. 2. In speciall. 13. Concerning the application of redemption. 14. Concerning a particular instituted church, and the priviledges therof. 15. Concerning the manner of gathering a church. 16. Concerning the sacraments. 17. Concerning the power of every church. 18. Concerning the communion of churches. 19. Concerning church officers. 20. Concerning giving every man his due.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [1672] The power of Congregational churches asserted and vindicated in answer to a treatise of Mr. J. Paget intituled The defence of church-government exercised in classes and synods / by John Davenport.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [1653] The knovvledge of Christ indispensably required of all men that would be saved, or, Demonstrative proofs from Scripture that crucified Jesus is the Christ wherein the types, prophesies, genealogies, miracles, humiliation, exaltation, and the mediatorial office of Christ are opened and applyed : in sundry sermons on Acts 2:36 / by John Davenport ...
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [Printed Anno 1634] A iust complaint against an uniust doer Wherein is declared the miserable slaverie & bondage that the English Church of Amsterdam is now in, by reason of the tirannicall government and corrupt doctrine, of Mr. Iohn Pagett their present minister. The which things are plainly manifested in two certein letters, the one written by Mr. Iohn Davenport to the dutch classis, the other given vp to the English consistorie by some of the brethren. With other briefe passages tending to the same effect. Published by one that much pitties them and prayes dayly for their deliverance.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [1669] Gods call to his people to turn unto him together with his promise to turn unto them, opened and applied in II sermons at two publick fasting-dayes appointed by authority / by John Davenport.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [MDCLXIII 1663] A discourse about civil government in a new plantation whose design is religion written many years since by that reverend and worthy minister of the Gospel John Cotton ; and now published by some undertakers of a new plantation for general direction and information.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [1659] A catechisme containing the chief heads of Christian religion. Published, at the desire, and for the use of the Church of Christ at New-Haven. / By John Davenport, pastor. And William Hooke, teacher.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [Anno 1636] An apologeticall reply to a booke called an ansvver to the unjust complaint of VV.B. Also an answer to Mr. I.D. touching his report of some passages. His allegation of Scriptures against the baptising of some kind of infants. His protestation about the publishing of his wrightings. By Iohn Davenporte BD.
Davenport, John, 1597-1670. / [1663] Another essay for investigation of the truth in answer to two questions concerning I. the subject of Baptism, II. the consociation of churches / by John Davenport ...
Davenport, John, fl. 1646. / [1646] The witches of Huntingdon, their examinations and confessions; exactly taken by his Majesties justices of peace for that county. Whereby will appeare haw craftily and dangerously the devill tempteth and seizeth on poore soules. The reader may make use hereof against hypocrisie, anger, malice, swearing, idolatry, lust, covetousnesse, and other grievous sins, which occasioned this their downfall.
Davenport, Robert, fl. 1623. / [1639] A crovvne for a conquerour; and Too late to call backe yesterday. Two poems, the one divine and the other morall. / By R.D.
Davenport, Thomas. / [1675?] The word of the Lord to all rulers, governors, and magistrates of England, to try themselves by what spirit and power they rule by.: That they may come to know, whether they rule by the power of Jesus Christ ... : With a warning to them, that they hearken not unto the priests of England, by whom they have so long bin deceived, even by that lying spirit that is gone out into the mouthes of all the false prophets ... : Also it may be profitable for all men, that they may come to see the difference between the true power that every soule is to be subject unto for conscience sake towards God and that powerthat is not to be obeyed for conscience sake: but rather suffer according to the will of God. : VVith some quæries put forth concerning the groundof all true power, and government, which is from that power that every soule is to be subject to for the Lords sake, and not that which is set up in, and by the will of man. / This I have written in the word of the Lord God, as I was commanded by the Lord, on the sixteenth day of the sixth moneth, about the eighth houre of the day ... Known to men by the name of, Thomas Davenport.
David, Advocate of Paris. / [Imprinted 1579] A summe of the Guisian ambassage to the Bishop of Rome, founde lately amongst the writinges of one Dauid and aduocate of Paris, and translated out of French into Latin, and from Latin into English
David, John. / [1690?] A testimony against hypocrites and deceivers in defense of the truth
Davidson, John, ca. 1520-1572. / [1563] Ane answer to the tractiue, set furth in the yeir of God. 1558. be maister Quintine Kennedy Commendatar, Abbote of Crosraguell, for the establisching of ane Christiane mannis conscience (as he alledgis) the forth and strenth of his Papistrie, and all vthers of his sect, as appearis weil be his epistle direct to the Protestantes, and prentit in the last part of this buik: maid be maister Iohne Dauidsone, Maister of the Paedagog of Glasgw.
Davidson, John, ca. 1549-1603. / [1602.] Some helpes for young schollers in Christianity as they are in vse & taught; partly, at the examination before the communion: and partly, in the ordinarie catechisme euery Sabboth day, in the new kirk of Salt-Preston..
Davidson, John, ca. 1549-1603. / [Anno. 1573] Ane breif commendatioun of vprichtnes in respect of the surenes of the same, to all that walk in it, amplify it cheifly be that notabill document of Goddis michtie protectioun, in preseruing his maist vpricht seruand, and feruent messinger of Christis Euangell, Iohne Knox. Set furth in Inglis meter be M. Iohne Dauidsone, regent in S. Leonards College. Quhairunto is addit in the end ane schort discurs of the estaitis quha hes cause to deploir the deith of this excellent seruand of God.
Davie, Sampson. / [1570?] [The end and confession of T. Norton and C. Norton rebels who died the 27th of May 1570]
Davies, Athanasius, b. 1620 or 21. / [1658] To pneuma ksopyrén, or Sparkes of the spirit, being, motives to sacred theorems, and divine meditations. / By a reverend father of the Church of England.
Davies, Athanasius, b. 1620 or 21. / [1656] The Protestants practice, or The compleat Christian. Being the true and perfect way to the celestiall Canaan. Necessary for the bringing up of young and the estabilshing of old Christians in the faith of the Gospel: the use whereof in families will preserve them from the errors of the times. / By a Reverend Father of the Church of England.
Davies, Edward, gentleman. / [1619.] The art of vvar, and Englands traynings; plainely demonstrating the dutie of a priuate souldier; with the office of each seuerall officer belonging to a foot-company: and the martiall lawes of the field. : As also, the office and charge belonging to the command of a colonell; the exercise of trayning or drilling: with diuers other necessary and profitable disciplined notes and obseruations. / By Edw. Davies gentleman..
Davies, John, 1565?-1618. / [1620?] The writing schoolemaster or The anatomy of faire writing.: Wherein is exactlie expressed each severall character. Together with other rules and documents coincident to the art of faire & speedy writing. / By Io: Dauies of Hereford.
Davies, John, 1565?-1618. / [1667] The vvriting school-master, or, The anatomy of fair writing wherein is exactly expressed each several character, together with other rules and documents coincident to the art of fair and speedy writing / by John Davies of Hereford.
Davies, Joseph. / [ca. 1690] An humble proposal that may intirely check and restrain, the growth of highway-men, foot-pads, house-breakers, shop-lifters and other incendiary's, by threatening letters;: and at no charge to the government, but in case of a war, may be an hundred thousand a year, in the way of trade of this kingdom. / By Joseph Davies.
Davies, Randolph, d. 1695. / [1675] Profiad yr ysprydion, neu ddatcuddiad gau athrawon a rhybuydd iw gochelyd. / O waith Rondl Davies meistr yn y Celfyddydam, a ficar Meifod.
Davis, Francis, fl. 1612. / [1612] A catechisme wherin is contained the true grounds of the articles of the Christian faith, contained in the Lords prayer and the Creed, by way of question and answer betweene Protestant and Papist. Diuided into twenty Saboth exercises, for children to learne the Christian religion.
Davis, Hugh. / [1669] De jure uniformitatis ecclesiasticæ, or, Three books of the rights belonging to an uniformity in churches in which the chief things, of the lawes of nature, and nations, and of the divine law, concerning the consistency of the ecclesiastical estate with the civil are unfolded / by Hugh Davis ...
Davis, Job. / [1690 or 1691] To each gentleman soldier in the company of Captain Edward Jenkins, captain in the Orange Regiment of Trained Bands of the city of London.
Davis, Richard, 1658-1714. / [1698] A vindication of the doctrine of justification and union before faith wherein the great truth of the grace of Our Lord Jesus in his representing the person of his elect on the cross, of his suffering for them as their representative is asserted and cleared, and the eternal justification and union of the Lord's chosen people is plainly stated and proved : also the assurance of faith is evidently confirmed : with a clear demonstraction how these precious Gospel truths do promote holiness and sanctification in the hearts and conversations of true believers / by R. Davis.
Davis, Richard, 1658-1714. / [1689?] The true spring of gospel, sight and sense of sin, Jesus Christ and Him crucified evidenced by his spirit in his Word : with two funeral sermons on the death of Mr. John Bigg, and a narrative of his conversion / by Richard Davis ...
Davis, Richard, 1658-1714. / [1691] A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. John Bigg to which is added another sermon upon the same subject : also a narrative of Mr. Bigg's conversion, &c. / by R. Davis ...
Davis, Richard, 1658-1714. / [1694] Hymns composed on several subjects, and on divers occasions: In three parts. : With an alphabetical table. / By R. Davis ... ; Some of the hymns composed by other hands.
Davis, Richard, fl. 1646-1688. / [1685] On Thursday the 26. of this instant November, 1685. at the Auction-House in Ave-Mary-lane over against the Black Swan; will be exposed to sale to booksellers part of the stock of Mr. Richard Davis, bookseller of Oxford, by way of auction, containing these following books, viz.
Davis, Thomas, Surgeon. / [1642] Gods fearefvll ivdgement vpon divers cavaliers. Being a lamentable relation, the like was never read of, nor heard before: / Sent from Wolvercot a mile beyond Oxford, by the chyrurgion, Master Davis, to his friend in a letter, unto Master Filman, dwelling in Thames Stret. ; Also Gods heavy iudgements upon sundrie wicked persons in and about London, with their names and dwelling places, worthy to be read of all good Christians in the time of danger and trouble.
Davison, Francis, 1575?-1619? / [1602] A poetical rapsody containing, diuerse sonnets, odes, elegies, madrigalls, and other poesies, both in rime, and measured verse. Neuer yet published. The bee and spider by a diuerse power, sucke hony' & poyson from the selfe same flower.
Davison, Francis, 1575?-1619? / [1621] Dauisons poems, or, A poeticall rapsodie. Deuided into sixe bookes. The first, contayning poems and deuises. The second, sonets and canzonets. The third, pastoralls and elegies. The fourth, madrigalls and odes. The fift, epigrams and epitaphs. The sixt, epistles, and epithalamions. For variety and pleasure, the like neuer published.
Davison, Thomas, b. 1639 or 40. / [1684] The fall of angels laid open I. in the greatness of the sin that caus'd it, II. in the grievousness of the punishment inflicted for it, III. the honour of divine goodness in permitting the one, and of divine justice in inflicting the other vindicated, IV. and lastly, some inferences relating to practice deducted from it : in a sermon preached October 14, 1683, before the Right Worshipful the mayor, recorder, aldermen, sheriffs, &c., at St. Nicholas church ... in the town and county of New Castle upon Tyne / by Thomas Davison ...
Davison, Thomas, b. 1639 or 40. / [1684] Christ evidenced to be the amen, truth it self, in the three most important significations thereof whereby the foundation of our religion, the ground of our faith, and the infallible authority of the Holy Scriptures are established : which were delivered in a sermon preached October 14th before the Right Worshipful the mayor, recorder, aldermen, and sheriff, on the morning, at St. Nicholas Church in the town and county of New-Castle, upon Tyne / by Thomas Davison ...
Davy, Henry. / [1643] The true copie of a letter sent from an inhabitant of Bridgewater in the county of Somerset which is now under the command of His Majesties forces unto a quartermaster of a troope of horse belonging to the westerne brigade : wherein is set forth the certainty of the landing of 1000 Irish rebels at Mynehead in the said county and of divers others landed at Bristol : together with the governour of Bridgewater his speech to restraine the garrison Souldiers from going to Mynehead to suppresse the progresse of the rebels.
Davy, Sarah. / [Printed in the year 1670] Heaven realized, or, The Holy pleasure of daily intimate communion with God exemplified in a blessed soul (now in Heaven) (Mrs. Sarah Davy) ... being a part of the pretious reliques written with her own hand, (stiled by her) the record of my consolations, and the meditations of my heart / published by A.P.
Dawes, Lancelot, 1580-1653. / [1614] Two sermons preached at the assises holden at Carlile touching sundry corruptions of these times / by L.D. ...
Dawes, Lancelot, 1580-1653. / [1609] Gods mercies and Ierusalems miseries A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, the 25. of Iune. 1609. By Lancelot Dawes, Master of Arts and fellow of Queenes Colledge in Oxford.
Dawes, Thomas, 1652?-1715. / [1695] A sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. Chad's in Shrewsbury, March 5, 1694/5 being the funeral day of our most gracious sovereign Queen Mary / by Thomas Dawes.
Dawes, William, Sir, 1671-1724. / [1697] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor and aldermen at Guild-Hall chappel on Sunday the 11th of April being the anniversary of His Majesties coronation microform / by Sir William Dawes, Baronet ...
Dawes, William, Sir, 1671-1724. / [1700] The great duty of communicating explain'd and enforc'd, the objections against it answer'd, and the necessary preparation for it stated With devotions to be us'd before, at, and after the Lord's Supper. By the author of The duties of the closet.
Dawes, William, Sir, 1671-1724. / [MDCLXXXXVI. 1696] A sermon preach'd before the King at White-Hall, Novemb. 5. 1696. By Sir William Dawes, baronet, D.D. and chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty. Publish'd by His Majesties special command
Dawes, William, Sir, 1671-1724. / [1700] Christianity best propagated by the good lives of Christians a sermon preach'd before the gentlemen educated at Merchant Taylors School at St. Mary le Bow, Jan. 16, 1699 / by Sir William Dawes, Baronet ...
Day, George, d. 1697. / [1698] A persuasive to full communion, with the churches of Christ in all Gospel-ordinances and priviledges Containing an essay for the conviction and reformation of such adult, or grown persons who live in the sinful neglect of baptism and the supper of the Lord. Together with an account of the manner of the transition of church-members from their infant to their adult-state, and regular admission to full communion. Written, for the help of such as need instruction in these spiritual concerns, 1 Cor. 12. 13. For by one spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be jews or gentiles, whether we be bond or free, and have been all made to drink into one spirit. By the late reverend Mr. George Day, minister of the gospel in London-street in Ratcliff / 1697.
Day, George, d. 1697. / [1700] The communicants instructor. Or, A sacramental catechism in which the nature of the covenant of grace, and the visible seals thereof (viz.) baptism and the Lord's Supper, with the gospel qualifications of worthy receivers, are opened with all plainness and clearness by way of question and answer. Recommended to the use of the younger and more ignorant sort, especially to such as desire admission to, and would worthily partake of the Lord's Supper; with a request to the charitable, that they would make it a piece of their spiritual alms to the poor. By George Day, Minister of the gospel.
Day, John, 1566-1628. / [1615] Day's festiuals or, twelve of his sermons deliuered by him at seueral times to the parishioners of St Maryes in Oxford, on the three chiefe festivals of the yeere, Christmas, Easter, and Whit-sontide. Three of vvhich sermons, are touching our Saviour; one, the Holy Ghost; two, the two sacraments; the other six, such severall duties, as belong to the severall sorts of all Christians.
Day, John, 1566-1628. / [1614] Day's dyall, or, His twelve howres that is, twelve severall lectures by way of catechisme, as they were delivered by him in the chappel of Oriell Colledge in Oxford, in the yeeres of our Lord God 1612, and 1613.
Day, John, 1566-1628. / [1620] Day's descant on Dauids Psalmes: or A commentary vpon the Psalter, as it is vsually read throughout the yeere, at morning, and euening prayer And first, of the first eight Psalmes, appointed to be read, the first day of the moneth.
Day, John, 1566-1628. / [1612] Dauids desire to go to church as it was published in two sermons in St. Maries in Oxford. The one the fift day of Nouember in the afternoone to the Vniversity 1609 the other on Christmas day following to the parishioners of that place. By Iohn Day Bachelour of Divinity, and one of the fellowes of Oriell Colledge.
Day, John, of London, merchant. / [Printed in the yeere, M DC XLVI. 1646] The modest vindication of John Day of London, merchant: unto an invective, false, and scandalous remonstrance, presented the 2. of July, 1646. Unto the Right Honourable the Committee of Lords and Commons for the Admiralty and cinque-ports. / By John Day.
Day, John, Rector of St. Mary's, Oxford. / [1647] Certaine godly rules coneerning [sic] Christian practice: fit to be observed daily in the lives of all those that would be saved. Gathered out of the holy scriptures, for the good of all those which have a purpose within themselves to lead a godly life.
Day, Martin, d. 1629. / [1636] Doomes-Day: or, A treatise of the resurrection of the body Delivered in 22. sermons on 1. Cor. 15. Whereunto are added 7. other sermons, on 1. Cor. 16. By the late learned and iudicious divine, Martin Day ...
Day, Valentine, b. 1589 or 90. / [1618] A comfortable and heauenly inquisition not made by the vnmercifull Pope, Christs pretended vicar: but by our mercifull God, in Christ, our assured louing father. Or a sermon preached at the funeralls of the vertuous and religious gentlewoman Mris. Neale of Homersfield in Suffolke.
Day, William, ca. 1605-1684. / [1666] A paraphrase and commentary upon the epistle of Saint Paul to the Romans by William Day ...
Day, William, ca. 1605-1684. / [1654] An exposition of the Book of the Prophet Isaiah by the endeavours of W. Day ...
Daza, Antonio. / [Anno 1625] The historie, life, and miracle, extasies and revelations of the blessed virgin, sister Ioane, of the crosse, of the third order of our holy Father S. Francis. Composed by the Reuerend Father, brother Anthonie of Aca, diffinitor of the prouince of the conception, and chroinckler [sic] of the Order aforesaid. And translated out of Spanish into English, by a father of the same order.