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Frampton, John, fl. 1577-1596. / [1580] A discouerie of the countries of Tartaria, Scithia, & Cataya, by the northeast: with the maners, fashions, and orders which are vsed in those countries. / Set foorth by Iohn Frampton merchaunt.
France. / [1659] The treaty of Pyrennes:, or, Articles of peace, between the crowns of France and Spain; concluded and signed the seventh of November, 1659. With reference to the peace in hand.
France. Parlement (Paris) / [1681] The decrees of the Parlement of Paris upon a copy of the Pope's brief of the first of January, 1681 and upon the orders sent by the general of the Jesuites to the provincials of Tholouse and Paris : pass'd on the 18th and 20th of June, 1681, in reference to the present contest between the Pope and the King of France about the regale.
France. Parlement (Paris) / [1615] A decree of the Court of Parliament at Paris, the second day of Ianuarie, 1615 Touching the Soueraigntie of the King in temporall matters, and against the pernicions [sic] doctrine of attempting against the sacred persons of Kings. Translated out of the French coppie, printed at Paris by F. Morell, and P. Mettayer, printers to the King.
France. Parlement (Paris) / [1652] An arrest of the court of Parliament, the princes and all the chambers being assembled, August 22. 1652.: To give thanks to the King for the removall of the Cardinal Mazarin, and to beseech his Majesty to return to his good city of Paris and to give peace to his people. With the declaration of the princes.
France. Parlement (Paris) / [Anno M. DC. LIII. 1652] Arrest de la cour de Parlement. Les Princes, et toutes les chambres assemblees, le 22 Aoust 1652.: Pour remercier le Roy de Lèsloignement de Cardinal Marzarin, & supplier sa Majesté retourner dans sa bonne ville de Paris; & de rendre le calme à son estat. Avec la declaration de Messieurs les Princes.
France. Sovereign (1574-1589 : Henry III) / [1589] Directions from the king, to the gouernors of the prouinces, concerning the death of the Duke of Guyse. Togither with the kings letter to the Lord of Taian. Translated out of French into English by E.A.
France. Sovereign (1574-1589 : Henry III) / [1589] A declaration of the King, concerning the obseruation of his edicts of the vnion of his Catholique subiects, to the rooting out of heresie: carrying withall, a putting vp, and burying of all such things as haue beene cmmitted contrarie therevnto, vntill this present, by any of his saide Catholique subiects.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1590] The letters pattents of the Kings declaration for the referring of the generall assemblie of the princes, cardinals, dukes and peeres as well ecclesiasticall as temporall, the officers of the crowne, the lords, gentlemen, officers and others, vnto the 15. day of March next comming. Also to reclaime his subiects and rebellious townes to his obedience. Published in the Parliament of Caen the 22. of of [sic] December. 1589. Faithfullie translated out of the French copie printed at Caen.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1599] The Kings edict and declaration vpon the former edicts of pacification Published in Paris at the parliament held the xxv. of Februarie. 1599. At Paris, by the printers and stationers ordinary to the King. 1599. Cum priuilegio dictæ Maiestatis.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1591] The Kings declaration, importing a reuocation of all such letters for ennoblishment as haue not been verified in the chamber of accountes of Normandy. Also of all such as haue been graunted to such persons as haue or yet do beare armes against his Maiestie, and fauour rebelles. Together with an arrest or decree of the Court of Parliament of Caen, concerning the residence of clergie men vpon their cures, and the warrantise of their tithes. Faithfully translated out of French according to the coppye printed at Caen.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1609] An edict or statute lately set foorth by the French King, concerning the prohibition and punishment of single and priuate combats. Published there in the Parlament, Iune 27. 1609. And first printed at Poictiers by Iohn of Marness the Kings printer, 1609. with his Maiesties priuilege or licence. Newly translated out of French.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1600] The Kings declaration and ordinance containing the cause of his warre against the duke of Sauoy, warning his subiects, that they carrie not armes against his Maiestie: and a commandement to all true Frenchmen, to retire themselues to his obedience. According to the copie printed at Paris by Iames Mettayer, ordinarie printer to the King, 1600.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1604] The French Kings proclamation, containing the agreement with the King of Spaine: for the taking away of the new inposition of thirtie in the hundreth. Published in Nouember last. Translated out of French.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1612] Articles made and published by the king of France, touching the re-establishment and re-appeale of the Iesuits to their liberties in France with a sentence or decree made and published against them, by the court of Parliament in Paris, the 23. day of December last past, 1611.
France. Sovereign (1589-1610 : Henry IV) / [1593] Articles accorded for the truce generall in France. Faythfully translated out of the French coppy; printed by Fredericke Morel: ordinarye printer to the King
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [MDCXXI. 1621] Letters patents made by the French King, declaring his intent touching those of the reformed religion. Published in Roane in the Court of Parliament the seuenth day of Iune, an. 1621. With two letters of the Assembly at Rochell vnto the Duke de Lesdiguieres.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [1626] The French Kings edict vpon the peace which it pleased his Majestie to grant vnto all those of the reformed religion within his seuerall dominions, including likewise those of Rochell. Published, and registred in the Parliament the 6.th of Aprill. 1626.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [1617] The French kings declaration made in favour of the princes, dukes, peeres, officers of the crown, lords, gentlemen, and others, who had withdrawne themselues from his Majesty. Publisahed in Parliament the twelfth of May, 1617. Translated out of the French copie.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [1613] The French kinges declaration and confirmation of the Proclamation of Nantes by His M[ajes]tie granted to those of the pretended reformed religion / faythfully translated out of the coppie printed at Paris by Francis du Carroy and Thomas Menard 1613, by J.B.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [1620] A declaration, made and published by the King of France, vvhereby the princes, dukes, and barons therein named, are all proclaymed traytors, if within one moneth after the publication thereof, they doe not ceasse from armes, and personally present themselues vnto his Maiestie. Published the 6. of August 1620. Stylo nouo. Faithfully translated according to the French copie.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [1619] Articles concluded and agreed vpon by the Lords, the Cardinalls, de la Roche-Foucaud, and de Bethune, in the name of the King of France, to the Queene Mother. Together with certaine letters interchangeably sent betweene the said king and the Queene-Mother. Translated out of the French copie.
France. Sovereign (1610-1643 : Louis XIII) / [1622] The 4. of November. The peace of France. Or The edict, with the articles of peace, granted by the French king vnto his subiects of the reformed religion. For the establishing of a firme and generall peace throughout the whole kingdome of France. Given at his campe before Mompellier the nineteenth day of October. 1622. Faithfully translated out of the French copie.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1673] An ordonnance of the Most Christian King, forbidding his subjects to have any commerce with the Spaniards and commanding them to commit hostilities upon them. Of the nineteenth of October, 1673. Done out of French, according to the copy printed at Paris.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1696] Preliminary articles (or propositions for a general peace) between His Most Christian Majesty and the several allies
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1700] A memorial from His Most Christian Majesty presented by the Count de Briord, his Ambassador Extraordinary to the States General of the United Provinces at the Hague, December 4, 1700 containing his reasons for accepting the late King of Spain's will in favour of the Duke of Anjou.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1652] A letter sent from the court of his Royal Maiesty the King of France in the behalf and defence of the King of Scots: with his declaration and protestation thereupon, in the presence of God, angels, and men. Also, the articles of peace and unity agreed upon between the Kings most excellent Majesty, and their Royal Highnesses, the Duke of Orleans, and the Prince of Conde. / Subscribed, Lovis Rex. With the new rising of the Scots, their declaring against the Parliament, and the burning of 100 houses in Glascow.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1681] The King of France his nevv order to his subjects professing the Protestant religion at Charenton forbidding them to use several exprressions, contained in their publick prayers, and confession of faith : and commanding them to redress divers other pretended grievances.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1689] The French Kings declaration of war against the Spaniard.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [Printed in the year M DC XC VI 1696] The French King's proposal for peace. In a letter from the Hague, July 13.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1689] The French King's new declaration an edict of the King, declaring that the next of kin and lawful heirs of such persons as are fled for their religion, shall enter into possession of the estates and goods which they have left behind in the kingdom, yet without any power to sell of alienate them, till after the expiration of five years. Given at Versailles, in the month of December 1689. Register'd in Parliament, Decemb. 9. 1689. Licens'd December 7. 1689. J.F.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1699] The French King's new declaration published at Paris, the 26th of this instant September, 1699.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1689] The French King's declaration to prevent the assemblies of the nevv converts, in the provinces of his kingdom.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1696] The French King's new declaration (being his publick manifesto in vindication of himself and the late King James from being any ways aiding, assisting or privy to the late intended assassination of King William.) / Translated from the original at Paris.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1682] The French king's edict upon the declaration made by the clergy of France, of their opinion concerning the ecclesiastical power: wherein is set forth, that the King is independent in things temporal, that general councils are above the Pope, that the Popes power is to be limited by the antient canons, that the Popes decisions are not infallible without the consent of the Church. Together with the said declaration of the clergy as they were registered in the Parliament of Paris, the 23 of March 1682.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [MDCXCVIII. 1698] The French King's declaration, enjoining the execution of his edict in Octob. 1685. for the revocation of the Edict of Nants, &c.: Given at Versailles the 13th of Dec. 1698. and registred in Parliament. Faithfully translated from the original printed at Paris, 1698.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1688] The French King's declaration of war against the Hollanders.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1682] An edict of the French kings upon the declaration made by the clergy of France, of their opinions touching ecclesiastical power registered in Parliament 23d of March, 1682.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [printed in the year, 1649] A declaration of the most Christian King, Louis the XIIIth. [sic] King of France and Navarre. Declaring the reasons wherefore His Majesty hath prohibited all trade with England: Also that he hath given commission to raise an army for the assistance of the King of England.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [April 9., 1649] The declaration of the most Christian King Lewis the XIV of France and Navarre to all his loving subjects concerning the cessation of the late troubles and restoring them to their former peace and tranquility ; faithfully translated out of the French copie.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV) / [1649] The articles of agreement between the King of France, the Parliament, and Parisians. With a list of the names of those who signed thereunto, on the King's, Parliaments, and Citizens behalfe. / Faithfully translated out of the French originall copy, by G. Le Moyne.
France. Sovereign (1643-1715: Louis XIV) / [1693] French kings manifesto, or proposals of peace with the Emperor and allies. Propounded on the behalf of France. Translated from the Dutch original, published at the Hague, by the authority of the states of Holland and West-Friesland. Licensed according to order.
Francis, de Sales, Saint, 1567-1622. / [1630] A treatise of the loue of God. Written in french by B. Francis de Sales Bishope and Prince of Geneua, translated into English by Miles Car priest of the English Colledge of Doway
Francis, de Sales, Saint, 1567-1622. / [1632] Delicious entertainments of the soule written by the holy and most reuerend Lord Francis de Sales, Bishop and Prince of Geneua. Translated by a Dame of our Ladies of comfort of the order of S. Bennet in Cambray
Francis, de Sales, Saint, 1567-1622. / [1642] A looking-glasse for princes, or, King Francis his admonition to his sonne Henry the Second king of the House of Valois in France also the bloudy end of King Henry and all his posterity for neglecting his fathers will, in not doing justice upon all those that had their hand in massacreing the Protestants in Merindol.
Francis, de Sales, Saint, 1567-1622. / [1613] An introduction to a deuoute life composed in Frenche by the R. Father in God Francis Sales, Bishop of Geneua. And translated into Englisg [sic], by I.Y.
Francis, Philip, of Plymouth, merchant. / [1644 i.e. 1645] The misdemeanors of a traytor, and treasurer, discovered in the answer of Philip Francis, merchant:: late major of the borough of Plimouth, in the county of Devon; to the false and scandalous aspersion, and accusation of Charles Vaughan, Gentleman.
Francis, William. / [1686] A discourse concerning the holy fast of Lent: together with the sentiment of Dr. John Cosens, late Bishop of Durrham, concerning the same holy fast.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1660] The result of a dialogue concerning the middle-state of souls. Wherein is asserted, the ancient doctrine of their relief, obtainable by prayers, alms, &c. before the day of judgment. / By F.D. professor of divinity.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1673] An explanation of the Roman Catholikes belief concerning these foure points, their church, worship, justification and civill government : as it was presented to some persons of quality, for their particular satisfaction.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1660] A further reflexion touching St. Austin's mind for the releasement of souls in purgatory
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1670] An explanation of the Roman Catholick's belief concerning the principal points controverted, charitably offered to all moderate persons.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [Anno Dom. 1656] An explanation of the Roman Catholicks belief: concerning their church, vvorship, iustification, and civil government and their other tenets: as it was presented to some persons of quality, for their particular satisfaction.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1659] A cleare vindication of Roman Catholicks from a fowle aspersion to wit, that they have and do promote a bloody and wicked designe of the Pope and cardinals.
Franciscus a Sancta Clara, 1598-1680. / [1660] An answer to some queries in Mr. Whites notes
Franck, Johann Wolfgang, ca. 1644-ca. 1710. / [1690] Remedium melancholiae, or, The remedy of melancholy. the first book being a choice collection of new songs : with a thorow-bass for the harpsichord, theorbo, or bass-viol. / composed by Johann Wolfgang Franck.
Francke, Christian, b. 1549. / [1630] The doctrines and practises of the Societie of Iesuites In two bookes. The first, containing their grounds and intentions, discovered by two of their owne societie, the Reverend Paulus Florenius, Doctor and professor of Divinitie, and Christianus Francken, professor of philosophy, both in the Imperiall Schoole of Iesuites at Vienna. The second, containing a detection of the secret designes and bloody proiects of that societie of later yeares; especially, since their first designes for disturbing the sate [sic] of Germanie. And may serue as a warning for vs of this iland, and these times whereinto wee are fallen. By W.F. an vnworthy minister of the Gospell of Iesus Christ.
Franckenberg, Abraham von, 1593-1652. / [1677] A warning against the deceit of setting up man's reason, as judge in spiritual matters first written in Latin, by a German nobleman, A.V.F. [i.e. Abraham von Franckenberg] and printed 1644, then translated into Dutch, and printed at Rotterdam, in the year 1674, and now translated into English, and printed by a lover of truth, S. Crisp.
Francklin, Gracious, d. 1691. / [1648] A soft ansvver to Captain Freeman's passionate book. Wherein the conference at Doulting in Somerset-shire is truly and fully related; baptism of infants vindicated; ministers maintenance by tithes justified; and all the captain's arguments soberly discussed. / By Gracious Francklin, late lecturer at Martins of the Vine-tree, and elsewhere in London; and now pastor of the Church at Doulting. Published according to order.
Francklin, John, d. 1689. / [1683] A resolution of this case, viz. Whether it be lawful to separate from the publick worship of God in the parochial assemblies of England, upon that new pretence, which some men make, of the case being much altered now from what it was, when the Puritans wrote against the Brownists and the Presbyterians against the Independent
Franco, Solomon. / [1668] Truth springing out of the earth that is, the truth of Christ proved out of the earthly promises of the Law : wherein is made manifest that the coming of the Messias cannot be for temporall things, according to the expectation of all the Jews : proved out of their own principles / by R. Solomon Franco ...
Franke, Walter, 17th cent. / [1655] The epitome of divinity, poetically compos'd by way of dialogue, for the more easie, and pleasant learning and retaining of it in memory, or, A summary abstract of divine knowledge ... by Walter Franke ...
Frankland, Richard, 1630-1698. / [1697] Reflections on a letter writ by a nameless author to the reverend clergy of both universities and on his bold reflections on the trinity &c. / by Richard Frankland.
Freake, William. / [1639] The priuiledges of the vpright in heart Expressed in brief meditations upon the 84 Psalme: and more particularly vpon the 11 verse thereof. Studied for the vse of the right worshipfull Company of Drapers London By W.F.
Freake, William / [1637] Love and obedience or, Christs precept and promise. Being a sermon preached on Whitsunday last, 28 of May, 1637. in Guild-hall chappell, before the right honorable the Lord Major of this city of London.
Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, 1584-1647. / [1629] Articles agreed upon and granted by his Excelencie, and the deputies of the high and mighty Lords, the States Generall of the Vnited Prouinces: vnto the clergie, magistrates, burgers, and inhabitants of the towne of Boisleduke, or the Busse.
Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway, 1609-1670. / [1659] A declaration of the King of Denmark, to the Emperour, the King and state of Poland, and his Highness the Elector of Brandenburgh: in relation to the treaty agreed and concluded at the Haghe [sic] in Holland, the 21 of May, 1659. Shewing the trecherousness of the Hollander in that treaty.
Fredericke, abbot of Marolles. / [1580] Newes from Antvverp, the .10. day of August. 1580 Contayning, a speciall view of the present affayres of the lowe countreyes: revuealed and brought to lyght, by sundrie late intercepted letters, of certaine vizarded and counterfeyt countrey men of the same countreyes. Translated into English, partly out of French, and partly out of Lattin: according to the originall copie, printed at Antwerp, by William Riuiere, a sworne printer, and bookseller.
Free subject. / [1659] The humble desires of a free subject and true lover of the liberties of the three nations, of England Scotland, and Ireland, and of the dominions, and territories belonging to them; whereby to unite them in love, and amity.
Freeman, Francis. / [1646] VIII. problems propounded to the Cavaliers: for conviction of their consciences; with a discovery of certain plots and conspiracies. Declared by Captain Francis Freeman. With an answer thereunto returned by Colonell Francis Windham. And a reply to the said answer. These are printed by the originall papers, and published according to order of Parliament.
Freeman, Francis. / [1649?] To the honourable the House of Commons assembled in Parliament. The humble petition and remonstrance of Captain Francis Freeman of Marleborough, in the county of Wiltes, in the behalfe of himselfe and his poore distressed family.
Freeman, Francis. / [Printed in the year 1650] Light vanquishing darknesse. Or a vindication of some truths formerly declared, from those aspersions which have been (by reason of some misapprehensions) cast upon them; now published for the satisfaction and benefit of others. With a preambular epistle to all sorts of men. As also a parcell of good counsell, if you can take it. / By Captain Francis Freeman, a late member of the army.
Freeman, Ireneus. / [1661] Logikē latreia the reasonablenesse of divine service : or non-conformity to common-prayer, proved not conformable to common reason : in answer to the contrary pretensions of H. D. in a late discourse concerning the interest of words in prayer and liturgies / by Ireneus Freeman ...
Freeman, John, B.D. / [1643] A sermon preached without a text at the Inner-Temple, March the 12, Anno Dom, 1643 by John Freeman ...
Freeman, John, fl. 1611. / [1606] The comforter: or A comfortable treatise wherein are contained many reaso[n]s taken out of the word, to assure the forgiunes of sinnes to the conscience that is troubled with the feeling thereof. Together with the temptations of Sathan to the contrarie, taken from experience: written by Iohn Freeman sometime minister of the word, in Lewes in Sussex.
Freeman, John, fl. 1611. / [1609] The apologie for the conformable ministers of England, for their subscription to the present church gouernement wherein is handled two things, the first is, that the setting vp of the primitiue church gouernement, vnder a Christian king is not a matter of necessitie, and this is prooued by twentie substantiall reasons : the second is, that the gouernement of the church as now it standeth, differeth not from the primitiue gouernement, but onely in one materiall and necessarie circumstance / written by Iohn Freeman, minister of the Gospel.
Freeman, Lyon. / [1659] The Common-wealths catechism. Published to inform the good and plain people of this Common-wealth, in arms, and out of arms, and to prevent the designes of hypocritical ambition. Humbly dedicated to the members of Parliament, and their General Monck. / By Lyon Freeman.
Freeman, Samuel, 1643-1700. / [1682] A sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, on the 8th of October, 1682 by Sam. Freeman ...
Freeman, Samuel, 1643-1700. / [1698] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor the aldermen and governors of the several hospitals of the city, at St. Bridget's Church on Easter-Tuesday, 1698, being one of the anniversary spittle-sermons / by Sa. Freemam.
Freeman, Samuel, 1643-1700. / [1694] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the lord mayor and Court of Aldermen at St. Bridget's Church on Tuesday in Easter-week, 1694 / by Sa. Freeman ...
Freeman, Samuel, 1643-1700. / [MDCXCIV 1694] A sermon preach'd before the Queen at Whitehall, December the 10th, 1693 by Sa. Freeman.
Freeman, Samuel, 1643-1700. / [1682] A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Sir Tho. Bludworth, Kt., late alderman of the city of London, on Wednesday, May 24th, 1682 by Sam. Freeman.
Freeman, Samuel, 1643-1700. / [1690] A sermon preach'd at the assizes held at Northampton, August the 26th, 1690, before the Right Honourable Sir Henry Pollexfen, Lord Justice of the Common-Pleas by Sa. Freeman ...
Freher, Philip. / [1646] A treatise touching the peace of the church, or An apostolical rule how to judge aright in differences which concern religion. : Published by authority.
Freize, James. / [1659] The out-cry! and just appeale of the inslaved people of England, made to the right honourable the Parliament for the Common wealth of England: and to all pieties noble champions and to true justice and mercies loving friends, endowed with a equitable publique spirit furnished (from above) with inward integrity, outward uprightnesse, and honest lawfull authority to execute the lords justice on all offenders speedily in all true godliness and honesty, for the establishment of the long since justly professed promised and declared liberty and deliverance, of this long afflicted, oppressed and cruelly inslaved nations from bondage, and the unsupportable oppressive lawlesse yokes of misery; and to all other faithfull publique spirited Christians, and true Common-wealths men. Presented by J. Freeze, who unto all such, wisheth health and true honour, in the Lord heere, and eternall happiness in that glorious world and kingdome of glory which is to come.
Freize, James. / [1656] A moderate inspection into the corruption of the pratique part of the common law of England. Humbly offered in a word of love to the lords instrument of Englands honour, and victorious magnanimity, his enemies terrour, and Europ's wonder; Oliver by divine providence Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the emperial territories thereunto belonging; and to the truly pious (his Excellency) Charls Fleetwood, Lord Deputy of Ireland, and to the rest of his Highnesse most Honourable Council. / By Ja. Frese, who wisheth health and increase of honour here, and eternal felicity in the glorious world to come.
Freize, James. / [1649] The Levellers vindication or, a tragicall story, presented unto this common-vvealth, city, and army: together with a letter directed to his Excellency, and the Councell of Warre sitting at White-Hall, concerning the great cruelty and oppression still continued in this land, notwithstanding the many undertakings of the army, their vowes, promises, and protestations to the contrary. Shewing withall, the most fearfull judgements of almighty God on many thousands of perfidious and deceitfull persons: / By James Freize, Merchant. This was delivered by Nathaniel Neale, to Colonell Pride, and by him presented to the Councell of War then sitting at White-Hall, the 8 of September 1649.
Freize, James. / [Printed, anno 1646] Every mans right: or, Englands perspective-glasse.: Wherein may be seen, every mans case, face, birthright, and just liberty. Whereunto is added; the copie of a letter written by a prisoner in the Fleet, unto a worthy member of the House of Commons; expressing the necessitie of justice, and the illegality of imprisonment of men for debt. Composed (primarily) for the meridian of London and VVestminster, and may prove very profitable, to inlighten the eyes of all the commons of England, in this year of our long-expected reformation, and suppressions of injustice, tyranny, and oppression, anno 1646.
Freize, James. / [1645] A declaration and appeale to all the freeborne people of this kingdome in generall: and to all the truly noble, pyous and well affected patriots and people of God, within the cities of London and Westminster in particular, humbly craving their assistance and furtherance of this just request unto the high court of Parliament. Made from all the brethren the poore afflicted and oppressed prisoners (imprisoned for debt) within the severall Gaoles. (Being the soule destroying houses, and dens of cruelty, injustice, tyrannie and oppression) within this kingdome of England.
Freke, William, 1662-1744. / [1693] A full enquiry into the power of faith, the nature of prophecy, the translation of Enoch and Elias, and the resurrection of Christ
Freke, William, 1662-1744. / [1693] A dialogue by way of question and answer concerning the deity all the responses being taken verbatim out of the Scriptures.
Freke, William, 1662-1744. / [1691] The Arrian's vindication of himself against Dr. Wallis's fourth letter on the Trinity
French Catholick. / [1681] The monsieur: or, A letter from a French Catholick at London to his friend at Paris, concerning the present state of the English nation.
French, Nicholas, 1604-1678. / [1676] The vnkinde desertor of loyall men and true frinds [sic]
French, Nicholas, 1604-1678. / [1674] The dolefull fall of Andrew Sall, a Jesuit of the fourth vow, from the Roman Catholick apostolick faith lamented by his constant frind, with an open rebuking of his imbracing the confession, contained in the XXXIX Articles of the Church of England.
Frewen, Henry. / [1654] An admirable speech made by the Maior of Reading, upon the occasion of the late choice of a burgess for that town, June 28. 1654. With a true and impartial narrative of the whole proceedings thereupon. Wherein is discovered the designe of the said Maior, with the aldermen and priests of the said town, to deprive the inhabitants of their vote of chusing. Published by a well-wisher to the present government in the making good of former ingagements to defend the free born people of England in their laws and liberties.
Frewen, John, 1558-1628. / [1587] Certaine fruitfull instructions and necessary doctrines meete to edify in the feare of God faithfully gathered together by Iohn Frewen ... ; whereunto is added a table, wherein the reader may easily find out the principall matters conteined in this booke.
Frewen, John, 1558-1628. / [1621] Certaine choise grounds, and principles of our Christian religion with their seuerall expositions, set forth in way of questions, and answers: wherein the people of the parish of Northiham, in the county of Sussex, haue beene catechized, and instructed, for the settling of their hearts and mindes, in the mysteries of saluation, and for their better preparation to the Lord's Supper. Now published for their sakes, and for the futher vse of the Church of God. By Iohn Frewen, minister of the Word of God, in that particular congregation.
Frewen, John, 1558-1628. / [1612] Certaine sermons vpon the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. verses of the eleuenth chapter of S. Paule his epistle to the Romanes Preached in the parish Church of Northiham, in the county of Sussex, in the moneths of Iuly, August, and September, this last yeare, 1611. By Iohn Frewen the ordinary pastor there.
Frezer, Augustine, b. 1649 or 50. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] The divine original and the supreme dignity of kings, no defensative against death. A sermon preached the 22. February 1684/5 S.V. before the right worshipful the fellowship of Merchants Adventurers of England, resideing [sic] at Dort, upon occasion of the decease of our late Most Gracious Soveraign Charles II, of ever blessed memorie. / By Aug. Frezer ...
Frémont d'Ablancourt, Nicolas, 1625?-1693. / [1685] The doctors physician, or, Dialogues concerning health translated out of the original French.
Friedrich Wilhelm, Elector of Brandenburg, 1620-1688. / [1659] A letter written by the Prince Elector of Brandenbourgh unto the King of France, declaring the reasons inducing his Electoral Highnes to take up arms against the King of Sweden. Translated out of the Latine coppies.
Friend and lover of all men. / [1693] A new years-gift, or A token of love: to all persons of what perswasion soever. By a Friend, and lover of all men.
Friend and servant to both. / [1642] A short discourse, tending to the pacification of all unhappy differences, between His Majesty and His Parliament shewing the meanes whereby the same may speedily be done, and that it rests in His Maiesties sole power to effect it : presented to the consideration of all those that love the truth and peace / by a Friend and servant to both.
Friend and wel-wisher to this common-wealth. / [1659] A model of a democraticall government, humbly tendered to consideration,: by a friend and wel-wisher to this Common-wealth.
Friend at Oxford. / [Printed, 1643] A letter to a noble lord at London from a friend at Oxford: vpon occasion of the late covenant taken by both houses.
Friend at the Hague. / [1688] A letter to a dissenter from his friend at the Hague concerning the penal laws and the test, shewing that the popular plea for liberty of conscience is not concerned in that question.
Friend in the Army. / [Sept. 14, 1643] A true relation of the severall passages which have happened to our army since it advanced towards Glocester with the manner of the reliefe of the same related in a letter / from a Friend in the Army to an honourable person here in the city ; likewise an abstract of severall remarkable passages which happened at Glocester between the towne and the enemy in the time of the siege collected by an eye witnesse.
Friend of Master Osbornes, and a lover of truth. / [printed in the yeare, 1648] An ansvver to a scandalous letter written by Hammond, the head-gaoler in the Isle of Wight, to Mr. Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons. By a friend of Master Osbornes, and a lover of truth.
Friend to both true churches and preachers. / [1649] Church-Levellers, or, Vanity of vanities and certainty of delusion:: discovered in the pamphlet, called The vanity of the present churches, and uncertainty of their preaching. / By a friend to both true churches and preachers.
Friend to Justice and the Common-wealth. / [Anno Domini, 1651] A short plea for the common-wealth, in this monstrous and shaking juncture, wherein treason is scarcely accounted an offence, and traitors have so manie advocates. Published for the safetie of the state, and the undeceiving of the people, by a friend to justice and the common-wealth. The second edition reviewed, and enlarged in manie particulars. It is better one man should perish, then the whole bee destroied.
Friend to peace and truth. / [1672] Vindiciæ libertatis evangelii, or, A justification for our present indulgence and the acceptance of licences by way of reply to a certain clamourous, anonymous manuscript pamphlet entituled, Queries upon the declaration March 15th 1671/2 : the most usual and considerable arguments against licences are herein examined and satisfied / by a friend to peace and truth.
Friend to the Common-Wealth, and to its dear bought rights and freedome. / [Anno 1657] A narrative of the late Parliament, (so called) their election and appearing, the seclusion of a great part of them. The sitting of the rest. With an account of the places of profit, sallaries, and advantages which they hold and receive, under the present power. With some queries thereupon: and upon the most materiall acts and proceedings passed by them. All, humbly proposod [sic] to consideration; and published for information of the people. By a friend to the Common-Wealth, and to its dear bought rights and freedome.
Friend to the Commonwealth of England. / [1650] The English banner of truth displayed: or, The state of this present engagement against Scotland.: Wherein is soberly discuss'd the lawfulness and necessity of the engagement. The high aggravations of it, as to the Scots. The groundlesness of those of the Presbyteries coniunction with the Scots and malignants, either from religion, their former state-principles, or the demeanour of those those [sic] in authority towards them. Also, a brief series of transactions, whereby it appears that those of the Presbytery have continually endeavoured the disturbing of the peace of the nation, ... and are the ground of this third war now with the Scots and malignants. Together with some occasional assertions; that the laying aside of some members of Parliament, the proceedings against the late King, the changings of the government, is sutable unto the end of all our engagements ... / By a friend to the Commonwealth of England.
Friend to the Good Old Cause. / [printed in the year 1659] The character of the late upstart House of Lords: together with some reflexions on the carriage and government of his late highness By a friend to the good old cause.
Friend to the Protestant Interest. / [1656] Clamor sanguinis martyrum, or The bloody inquisition of Spain. Wherein is unfolded the prodigious and unparalell'd cruelties of the bloody-minded Spaniard, against the Protestants. Humbly presented to the serious consideration of all Protestant princes and states. / By a friend to the Protestant interest.
Friend to the publique. / [MDCLII. 1652 i.e. 1651] A cry for a right improvement of all our mercies, and all those vvorks of wonder that God hath wrought among us: VVith some cautions touching the election of the (expected) new representative.: Humbly presented by a friend to the publique.
Friend to the threshing floor of Ornan. / [1650] The muzled ox, treading out the corn, and bellowing out his just complaint against his merciless masters. Or, A loud cry from heaven, against the crying sin of this nation, viz. the with-holding competent countenance and maintenance from Gospel ministers; to the high dishonor of God, and the grief of all truly godly. Wherein is laid down first, the several causes, secondly the sad consequences of this grand and Gospel grievance. Thirdly, solutions to all contrary cavils and scruples. Fourthly, remedies for future prevention. Fiftly, several motives to ministerial encouragement. / By a friend to the threshing floor of Ornan, aut Ecclesiæ Dei.
Friend to the truth. / [1660] A sober guess at the issue of our troubles. By certain maximes & conclusions from the general rules of Scripture. : Applied to our particular case. : Published for the publick good, / by A friend to the truth.
Friend to the truth and ministry. / [in the yeere 1649] The account audited, or the date of the resurrection of the witnesses, pretended to be demonstrated by M. Cary a minister.: Examined by a Friend to the Truth and Ministry.
Friend to them. the King, Parliament and kingdom. / [Printed in the year, MDCXLVII. 1647] A vvord to Lieut. Gen. Cromwel and two vvords for the setling of the King, Parliament and kingdom. / Written by a friend to them, the peace, the ministry, and fundamental laws of the land; and for their restoration and establishment is now publisht to the world, by way of remonstrance.
Friend, John, Sir, d. 1696. / [1696] The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Sir John Friend, knight for high treason in endeavouring to procure forces from France to invade this kingdom, and conspiring to levy war in this realm for assisting and abetting the said invasion, in order to the deposing of His Sacred Majesty King William, and restoring the late king : at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly, on Monday March 23, 1695/6 ...
Frith, John, 1503-1533. / [ca. 1575?] The contentes of thys booke The first is a letter which was wroten vnto the faythfull followers of Christes gospell. Also an other treatyse called the Myrrour or glasse to know thyself. Here vnto is added a propre instruction, teaching a man to dye gladly, and not to feare death.
Frith, John, 1503-1533. / [1529] A pistle to the Christen reader The revelation of Antichrist. Antithesis, wherin are compared to geder Christes actes and oure holye father the Popes.
Frith, John, 1503-1533. / [1548?] A myrroure or lokynge glasse wherin you may beholde the sacramente of baptisme described Anno. M.D.xxxiii. Per me I.F.
Frontinus, Sextus Julius. / [1686] The stratagems of war, or, A collection of the most celebrated practices and wise sayings of the great generals in former ages written by Sextus Julius Frontinus, one of the Roman consuls ; now English'd, and enlarged with a new collection of the most noted strategems and brave exploits of famous and modern generals ... by M.D.A.
Frost, John, 1626?-1656. / [MDCLVII 1657] Select sermons preached upon Sundry occasions by John Frost ... ; now newly published together with two positions for explication and confirmation of these questions, I. Tota Christi justitia credentibus imputatur, 2, Fides justificat sub ratione instrumenti.
Frotté, Pierre. / [MDCXCI. 1691] Some particular motives of the conversion of Peter Frotte, heretofore canon-regular of the Royal Abby of St. Genevieve at Paris. Prior of the priory and parish of Souilly in the Diocess of Meaux. In a letter directed to Mr. James Benign Bousset, bishop of Meaux; formerly tutor of Monseigneur Le Dauphin. Englished by the author. And dedicated to the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Stampe, Lord Mayor of the City of London. And the Honourable Court of Aldermen.
Froud, John. / [1700] Daphnis: or, a pastoral elegy upon the unfortunate and much-lamented death of Mr. Thomas Creech.
Froysell, Thomas, d. ca. 1672. / [1678] Sermons concerning grace and temptations by ... Thomas Froysel.
Froysell, Thomas, d. ca. 1672. / [1658] Yadidyah or, The beloved disciple A sermon preached at the funerall of the Honourable Sir Robert Harley, Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath; at Brampton-Brian in Hereford-shire. December 10. 1656. By Thomas Froysell, minister of the Gospell at Clun in Shropshire.
Froysell, Thomas, d. ca. 1672. / [1652] The gale of opportunity. Or, A sermon preached (at Lidbury-North) at the funerall of the worshipfull Humphrey Walcot, of Walcot, Esq. June 8, 1650 and now published, by Thomas Froysell, Minister of the Gospell at Clunne in Shropshire.
Fructifera, Lapis. / [Printed in the Yeer, 1649] The discoverer vncovered, or A vindication of those four close prisoners in the tower, from the exceptions, uncharitable surmises, and criminations of the author ... who wrote that libellus famosus, called The discoverer, and published June 4, 1649. / By Lapis Fructifera, a notorious Parliamentarian, and friend to the army.
Fry, John, 1609-1657. / [1650] The clergy in their colours; or a brief character of them Written from a hearty desire of their reformation, and great zeal to my countrey men, that they may no longer be deceived by such as call themselves the ministers of the gospel, but are not. By John Fry, a member of the Parliament of England.
Fry, John, 1609-1657. / [Febr. 1648] The accuser sham'd: or, A pair of bellows to blow off that dust cast upon John Fry, a Member of Parliament, by Col: John Downs, likewise a Member of Parliament, who by the confederacy and instigation of some, charged the said John Fry of blasphemy & error to the Honorable House of Commons. Whereunto is annexed, a word to the priests, lawyers, Royalists, self-seekers, and rigid-Presbyterians. Also a brief ventilation of that chaffie and absurd opinion, of three persons or subsistences in the Godhead. / By the accused John Fry.
Fryth, Richard. / [1700?] A probable calculation of the moneys vvhich may be raised by a tax on plate in this kingdom: as also of the annual income to His Majesty, to be raised by a tax on hats, (viz.)