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He that prayeth/studieth the peace of the King/kingdome. / [May 1. 1643] The kingdomes case: or, The question resolved, whether the kings subjects of this realm of England may or ought to ayd and assist each other, in repressing the persons now assembled together, under the name of the kings army.: Pro lege rege grege adillam propugnandum. informandum. conservandum. By him that prayeth studieth the peace of the King. kingdome. April 24. 1643. It is this day ordered by the committee of the House of Commons in Parliament, concerning printing, that this booke, entituled (The kingdomes case) be printed by Iohn Wright. Iohn White.
He that prayeth/studieth the peace of the King/kingdome. / [1649] The kingdomes case: or, The question resolved, whether the Kings subjects of this realm of England may or ought to ayd and assist each other, in repressing the persons now assembled together under the name of the Kings Army. Pro lege rege grege ad ill. propugnandam. informandum conservandam. By him that prayeth studieth the peace of the King. kingdome. April, 24. 1643. It is this day ordered by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament, concerning printing, that this booke, entituled (the Kingdomes case) be printed by John Wright. Iohn White.:
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? / [1675] O-Brazile, or, The inchanted island being a perfect relation of the late discovery and wonderful dis-inchantment of an island on the north of Ireland : with an account of the riches and commodities thereof : communicated by a letter from London-derry to a friend in London.
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? / [1666] The Red-Sea, or, The description of a most horrid, bloody, and never yet paralel'd sea-fight between the English & Dutch with an elegy on that truly valiant and renowned commander, Sir Christopher Minnes, who died in the bed of honour, in defence of his king and countrey / by R.H.
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? / [1663] Hic et ubique, or, The humors of Dublin a comedy, acted privately, with general applause / written by Richard Head, Gent.
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? / [in the year 1675] O-Brazile or The inchanted island being a perfect relation of the late discovery, and wonderful dis-inchantment of an island on the north of Ireland: with an account of the riches and commodities thereof. / Communicated by a letter from London-derry, to a friend in London.
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686? / [1688] The English rogue containing a brief discovery of the most eminent cheats, robberies and other extravagancies by him committed ... : to which is added a canting dictionary words now in use with beggars and gypsies.
Head, Richard, Rev. / [1659] The Christians dayly solace in experimentall observations; or, cordials for crosses in thse sad and calamitous times of affliction. By R.H.
Heading, Jonathan. / [1680] Sir William Waller, his vindication by a friend that understood his life and conversation.
Heald, Peter, d. 1728. / [1697] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Treby at the Assizes held at Horsham in the County of Sussex, on the 23d day of March, 1696[/]7. By Peter Heald, A.M. and prebendary in the Cathedral Church of Chichester.
Heaman, Roger. / [1655] An additional brief narrative of a late bloody design against the Protestants in Ann Arundel county, and Severn, in Maryland in the country of Virginia.: As also of the extraordinary deliverance of those poor oppressed people. / Set forth by Roger Heaman commander of the Ship Golden Lyon, an eye witness there.
Hearty friend to all good men. / [1684] A vindication of the late reverend and learned John Owen D.D. by a friendly scrutiny into the merits, and manner of Mr. Rich. Baxters opposition to twelve arguments concerning worship by the lyturgy, said to be Dr. Owens / by a hearty friend to all good men, and of the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace.
Hearty lover of his country. / [1695] Solon secundus: or, Some defects in the English laws with their proper remedies. By a hearty lover of his country.
Hearty lover of his prince and country. / [1680] A dialogue between the Pope and a phanatick concerning affairs in England by a hearty lover of his prince and country.
Hearty well-wisher to the prosperity of both. / [1680?] An impartial survey of such as are not, and such as are, fitly qualified for candidates for the approaching Parliament humbly offered to all that truly love their King and country / by a hearty well-wisher to the prosperity of both.
Hearty well-wisher to them and the establish'd religion. / [1680] A word in season for Christian union to all Protestant dissenters from the Church of England, especially those of the ministry / by an hearty well-wisher to them, and the establish'd religion.
Heath, E., Rev. / [1692] A full account of the late dreadful earthquake at Port Royal in Jamaica written in two letters from the minister of that place : from a board the Granada in Port Royal harbour, June 22, 1692.
Heath, E., Rev., fl. 1692. / [1692] A full account of the late dreadful earth-quake at Port-Royal in Jamaica, written in two letters from the minister of that place, from aboard the Granada in Port-Royal Harbour, June 22. 1692.
Heath, James, 1629-1664. / [1665?] A new book of loyal English martyrs and confessors who have endured the pains and terrours of death, arraignment, banishment and imprisonment for the maintenance of the just and legal government of these kingdoms both in church and state / by James Heath ...
Heath, James, 1629-1664. / [1663] The history of the life & death of Oliver Cromwell the late usurper and pretended protector of England &c. / truely collected and published for a warning to all tyrants and usurpers by J.H.
Heath, James, 1629-1664. / [1662] The glories and magnificent triumphs of the blessed restitution of His Sacred Majesty K. Charles II from his arrival in Holland 1659/60 till this present, comprizing all the honours and grandeurs done to, and conferred by, Him ... / by James Heath ...
Heath, Nicholas, 1501?-1578. / [1688] The speech of Nicholas Heath Lord Chancellor of England, Lord President of Wales, Bishop of Worcester, and afterward Archbishop of York and ambassadour into Germany / delivered in the Upper House of Parliament in the year 1555 ; proofs from Scripture that Christ left a true church and that there is no salvation but in the Catholick and Apostolick Church ; proofs from the Fathers that there is no salvation to be expected out of the true Catholick and Apostolick Church ; certain principles of the first authors of the Reformation not so well known to many of their followers ; the principle of the Catholick Apostolick Church ; testimony of the Fathers concerning the real presence.
Heath, Robert, Sir, 1575-1649. / [Printed Anno Dom. 1642] A machavillian plot, or, A caution for England,: presented in a time when princes were so pious and iudges durst bee valiant to declare against vnhonest slaverie.
Heath, Thomas. / [1652] Tythes no maintenance for gospel-ministers, or, A seasonable discourse concerning tythes wherein it is fully proved that those that urge the payment thereof for their maintenance are no true gospel ministers, but antichristian, and do concur with priests of the Leviticall order and institution ... / by T.H. and T.R.
Heath, Thomas, astronomer. / [1583] A manifest and apparent confutation of an astrological discourse, lately published to the discomfort (without cause) of the weake and simple sort, as will by the sequel of that which foloweth, euidently appeare. With a briefe prognostication, or astrologicall prediction, of the coniunction of the two superiour planets, Saturn and Iupiter: which shalbe in the year of our Lord God 1583 the 29. of Aprill, at three of the clocke in the morning. VVritten the 25. of March by Thomas Heth, Master of Art.
Heblethwaite, Robert, d. 1648. / [printed in the year, 1647] To the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament at Westminster. The humble petition of Robert Heblethwait sometimes preacher of the word by authority of Parliament at Great Snoring in Norfolke. As also a narrative of his grievances concerning the uniust proceedings against him, of some malevolent spirits of the standing committee at Norwich, occasioned by the false and malicious informations of malignant persons in Snoring, and elsewhere. And the Iesuiticall suggestions and complots of the idolatrous delinquent, Edw. Dobbs, with his popish representative Charles Devill.
Hedges, Charles, Sir, 1649 or 50-1714. / [1690] Reasons for setling [sic] admiralty-jurisdiction, and giving encouragement to merchants, owners, commanders, masters of ships, material-men and mariners humbly offered to the consideration of His Majesty, and the two Houses of Parliament.
Hedworth, John. / [1651] The oppressed man's out-cry; Or, an epistle writ by John Hedworth of Harraton: in the county of Durham, Esq. the 13 Sept. 1651. unto the Honourable, Sir Henry Vane, the elder, a Member of the Honorable Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, William Vane his son, Lieut. Col. Paul Hobson, and John Middleton, Esq. members of the com. of the militia of the county of Durham by authority of Parliament.
Hedworth, John. / [1651] The oppressed man's out-cry; Or, an epistle writ by John Hedworth of Harraton in the county of Durham, Esq. the 13 Sept. 1651. unto the Honourable, Sir Henry Vane, the elder, a Member of the Honorable Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, William Vane his son, Lieut. Col. Paul Hobson, and John Middleton, Esq. members of the com. of the militia of the county of Durham by authority of Parliament.
Hedworth, John. / [1651] A copy of a letter written the third of September 1651. by John Hedworth of Harraton in the county of Durham Esquire, unto John Dodgson constable at Harraton, John Lax a leader of coles there, Steven Pattason a stathe-man there, Ralph Hinderson a leader of coles there, Robert Vickars overman there, Thomas Rutlas a digger of coles there; and all other workmen whatever, that belong either to the colepits, stathes, or keels of Haraton colliery.
Hegge, Robert, 1599-1629. / [1663] The legend of St. Cuthbert with the antiquities of the Church of Durham / by B.R., Esq.
Heigham, Clement, d. 1714. / [1700] A call to a general reformation of manners and manifesting in several particulars the great lets and hinderances thereunto / preached at the arch-deacon of Sudbury's visitation, holden at Kentford in Suffolk in April last, 1700, by Clement Heigham, Esq., now rector of Barrow in Suffolk.
Heigham, John, fl. 1639. / [Printed in the year, 1676] The touch-stone of the reformed gospel wherein the principal heads and tenents of the Protestant doctrine (objected against Catholicks) are briefly refuted. By the express texts of the Protestants own Bible, set forth and approved by the Church of England. With the ancient fathers judgements thereon, in confirmation of the Catholick doctrine.
Heigham, John, fl. 1639. / [Anno 1624] A mirrour to confesse well for such persons as doe frequent this sacrament / abridged out of sundry confessionals, by a certaine deuout and religious man.
Heigham, John, fl. 1639. / [1614] A devout exposition of the holie Masse with an ample declaration of all the rites and ceremonies belonging to the same / composed by Iohn Heigham the more to moue all godlie people to the greater veneration of so sublime a sacrament.
Heinsius, Daniel, 1580-1655. / [1634] Laus pediculi: or An apologeticall speech, directed to the vvorshipfull masters and vvardens of Beggars Hall. Written in Latine by the learned Daniel Heinsius. And from thence translated into English by Iames Guitard, Gentleman.
Heirs and Successors of Andrew Anderson. / [Anno Dom. 1698] A true account of the types of His Majesties printing-house, belonging to the Heirs and Successors of Andrew Anderson, His Majesties Printer; consisting of several sorts. All added since the year 1694.
Hellier, Henry, 1662?-1697. / [1697] A treatise concerning schism and schismaticks wherein the chief grounds & principles of a late separation from the Church of England, are considered and answered / by Henry Hellier ...
Helling, Joseph. / [1658] The lambs innocency defended, against lyes and slanders. In answer to a second reply of a priest, who is called a minister at Lazonby in Cumberland called Simon Atkinson, who hath shewed his wolfish nature against those people called Quakers; ranking them up with the papists; falsly accusing them of those things which they utterly detest; but his weapons is turned against himselfe by one of the campe of the God of Israel, whose eye is opened in measure, ... working in the shadow of reformation translated into a fairer forme springing from the old corrupt root; and to see the bickerings of the night-armie running on heaps now in the dawning of the day; and the uncircumcised in Heart and Ears in flying from the light, and repoose of the same: and from the alarum of the spirits trumpet which is founded vvithin, for the cutting downe of the man of sin, and for the quenching of his motions. Written in defence of the truth as it is in Jesus, by a foole to the wisdom of this world, who, according to measure, hath tasted and obtained of the wisdome of God; whose bodily name is called, Joseph Helling. 1658.
Helmont, Franciscus Mercurius van, 1614-1699. / [1688] One hundred fifty three chymical aphorisms briefly containing whatsoever belongs to the chymical science / done by the labour and study of Eremita Suburbanus, printed in Latin at Amsterdam, Octob. 1687 ; to which are added some other phylosophic canons or rules pertaining to the hermetick science ; made English and published ... by Chr. Packe ...
Helmont, Jean Baptiste van, 1577-1644. / [1665] Fons salutis, or, The fountain of health opened in the wonderful efficacy and almost incredible virtue of true oyl, which is made of sulphur vive, set on fire and called commonly, oyl of sulphur per campanam / faithfully collected out of the writings of the most excelling philosopher and unparalel'd physitian of this last age, John Baptist Van Helmont, lately deceased, and confirmed by the experience of Thomas Moulson ...
Helvétius, Jean-Adrien, 1662-1727. / [1694] A new method of curing all sorts of fevers without taking any thing by the mouth discovered and presented to the King by Mr. Ad. Helvetius ... / translated out of French by P.M.
Helwys, Gervase, Sir, 1561-1615. / [1615] The lieutenant of the Tower his speech and repentance, at the time of his death, who was executed vpon Tower-hill, on the 20 day of Nouember 1615. Together with a meditation and vow of his that hee made not long before he dyed.
Helwys, Thomas, 1550?-1616? / [Printed 1611] An advertisement or admonition, unto the congregations, vvhich men call the new fryelers in the lowe Countries, wrirten [sic] in Dutche. And publiched in Englis. VVherein is handled 4. principall pointes of religion. 1. That Christ tooke his flesh of Marie, haveing a true earthly, naturall bodie, 2. That a Sabbath or day of rest, is to be kept holy everie first day of the weeke. 3. That ther is no succession, nor privilege to persons in the holie thinges. 4. That magistracie, being an holy ordinance of God, debarreth not anie from being of the Church of Christ. After these followes certen demandes concerning Gods decree of salvation and condemnation.
Helwys, Thomas, 1550?-1616? / [1612] A shorte declaration of the mistery of iniquity
Heming, Joseph. / [1649] Judas excommunicated, or A vindication of the communion of saints:: being a brief examination and clear refutation of Mr Peter Lightfoots arguments for proof of Judas his receiving the sacrament of the Lords Supper, (which, could he prove, makes nothing at all for a mixt Communion.) / By Joseph Heming, a servant to all men in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Hemings, William, b. 1602? / [1662] The Jewes tragedy, or, Their fatal and final overthrow by Vespatian and Titus, his son agreeable to the authentick and famous history of Josephus / by William Hemings ...
Hemings, William, b. 1602? / [1653] The fatal contract, a French tragedy as it vvas acted vvith great applause by Her Majesties servants / written by William Hemings ...
Hemings, William, b. 1602? / [1687] The eunuch a tragedy, as it hath been acted with great applause / written by William Hemmings ...
Henchman, Richard. / [MDCLXI 1661] [Mataiobrachytåes tou biou] The brevity and vanity of man's life : discovered in a sermon preached at the funerals of Mrs. Ellen Hartcourt, youngest daughter to the virtuous and excellent Lady Cony of Stoke in Lincolnshire, who was interr'd in Saint Andrews-Holborn-Church, March 23, 1661, being married that day five weeks before / by Richard Henchman.
Henden, Simon. / [1652] The key of Scripture-prophecies: or, A glass of some new discoveries.: Being an answer to a book published by Mr John Elmestone. Wherein is resolved, 1. Whether a true constituted church, with true office and visible membership, together with the ordinances proper to such a Gospel-stating, continued true by a line of succession from the primitive time downward to our times: or whether it were not interrupted by the apostacie. 2. If they did there intermit, when they return again to their first glory, whether now, or hereafter; and what is the dispensation now approved by the Spirit. / By Simon Henden.
Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [Printed in the yeare 1641] The vnlavvfulnes and danger of limited prelacie,: or Perpetuall precidencie in the Church, briefly discovered.
Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [Printed in the year 1683] A sermon preached by the learned Mr Alexander Henderson, before the sitting down of the General Assembly, begun the 12 of August 1639.
Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [1645] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, Wednesday the 28. of May 1645.: Being the day appointed for solemne and publick humiliation. / By Alexander Henderson, minister at Edenburgh.
Henderson, Tho. (Thomas) / [1669] Megista kai timia epangelmata, or, The vertue, vigour, and efficacy of the promises, display'd in their strength & glory duly methodified and fitly applyed to every Christians particular case and condition, in a soliloquy, wholly scriptural, between the soul and the comforter : with a divine rapture of the soul, now resting satisfied by the spirit of the holy promise / by Tho. Henderson.
Hendricks, Elizabeth. / [1672] An epistle to Friends in England to be read in their assemblies in the fear of the Lord / by ... Elizabeth Hendericks.
Hendricks, Pieter. / [Printed in the year 1665] The backslider bewailed, the careless warned: and the faithful encouraged.: With true desires, and living breathings for the preservation of the whole Israel of God. / Written by P. Hendrick... ; translated into English by W.C.
Henley, Walter de, fl. 1250. / [1589.] The booke of thrift, containing a perfite order, and right methode to profite lands, and other things belonging to husbandry. ; Newly Englished, and set out by I.B. gentleman of Caen in France.
Henric, James. / [Printed MD C XXXII 1632] The curtaine of Church-povver and authoritie in things called indifferent Drawne and laid open, to shew the many infectious sores and maladies they bring in, and cover. Together with sundry infallible reasons, proving that the service of God, and the generall good of the Church and common wealth require that they should be abolished. By Ia: Henric.
Henrietta Maria, Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, 1609-1669. / [1649] The Queens Majesties message and declaration to the Right Honourable the Peers of England, assembled in Parliament;: concerning the Kings Majesty, and the army; presented by another embassadour from France the 9 of this instant. MDCXLIX. And the declaration of the House of Peeres concerning the King; with the proceedings of the Commons, and what government shall be established, a new Broad Seal to be erected, which is to have ingraven on the one side, the House of Commons; on the other, the arms of England & Ireland. With severall new proposals from the citizens of London, to the Common councell, concerning the tryal of the King. A declaration of the General Councel of the army, concerning Mr. Wil: Pryn, and the rest of the secluded members; and his excellencies declaration concerning the King, and all those who have assisted him. Subscribed, T. Fairfax. Published by authority.
Henrietta Maria, Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, 1609-1669. / [1649] The Queens Majesties letter to the Parliament of England,: concerning her dread soveraign Lord the King, and her proposals and desires, touching his royall person. With the resolution of the Parlilment[sic] concerning the said letter. Also, a letter from Holland, concerning the King, Parliament, and Army, shewing what will befall this nation, if his Majesty be deposed, and a new King and government erected and established. Likewise, the several reasons of the peers of England, concerning their differing from the commission for tryall of the King; and the resolution of the House of Commons, to proceed of themselves by way of charge.
Henrietta Maria, Queen, consort of Charles I, King of England, 1609-1669. / [1643] The Queens letter from Holland: Directed to the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty. Brought to the Parliament, and delivered to the custodie of - Hen. Elsing Cler. Parl. D. Com. VVhereunto is added His Majesties late speech. And the copie of another letter sent from an English merchant in Holland to his brother in London concerning the manner of the Queens preparation to come for England.
Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610. / [1585] The declaration of the King of Nauarre touching the slaunders published against him in the protestations of those of the League that are rysen up in armes in this realme of Fraunce. With priuiledge. Truely translated into English according to the French copie.
Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. / [An. M. D .XXXVII. 1537] A protestation made for the most mighty and moste redoubted kynge of Englande. [and]c. and his hole counsell and clergie wherin is declared, that neyther his hyghenes, nor his prelates, neyther any other prynce, or prelate, is bounde to come or sende, to the pretended councell, that Paule byshoppe of Rome, first by a bul indicted at Mantua, a citie in Italy, [and] nowe a late by an other bull, hath proroged to a place, no man can telle where.
Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. / [1527?] A copy of the letters, wherin the most redouted [and] mighty pri[n]ce, our souerayne lorde kyng Henry the eight, kyng of Englande [and] of Frau[n]ce, defe[n]sor of the faith, and lorde of Irla[n]de: made answere vnto a certayne letter of Martyn Luther, sente vnto him by the same and also the copy of the foresaid Luthers letter, in such order, as here after foloweth.
Henry, the Minstrel, fl. 1470-1492. / [1661] The life and acts of the most famous and valiant champion, Sir William Wallace, Knight of Ellerslie. Maintainer of the liberty of Scotland. With a preface containing a short sum of the history of that time.
Henry, VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. / [Anno. M.D. XXXVIII. 1538] An epistle of the moste myghty [and] redouted Prince Henry the .viii. by the grace of God Kyng of England and of Fraunce, lorde of Irelande, defender of the faithe, and supreme heed of the churche of England, nexte vnder Christe, writen to the Emperours maiestie, to all Christen princes, and to all those that trewly and syncerely professe Christes religion.
Henshaw, Joseph, 1603-1679. / [1669] Miscellanea, or, A mixture of choyce observations and institutions, moral, and divine, composed for private use being the product of spare hours, and the meditations of J.H.
Henshaw, Joseph, 1603-1679. / [1651] Daily thoughts, or, A miscellany of meditations holy & humane by Jos. Henshaw.
Henshaw, Thomas, 1618-1700. / [MDCLIV. 1654] A vindication of Thomas Henshaw Esquire, sometimes Major in the French Kings service.: In justification of himself against the aspersions throwne vpon him. Concerning a pretended plott for which John Gerharde Esquire, and Peter Vovvell gent: were murthered on the of August, 1654.
Herbert, Edward, 1591?-1657. / [1641 i.e. 1642] The impeachment of Sir Edward Harbert Knight His Majesties attourney generall by the Commons assembled in Parliament.:
Herbert, George, 1593-1633. / [1652] Herbert's remains, or, sundry pieces of that sweet singer of the temple, Mr George Herbert, sometime orator of the University of Cambridg.: Now exposed to publick light.
Herbert, Thomas, 1597-1642? / [1641] Newes out of Islington, or, A dialogue very merry and pleasant betwixt a knavish projector, and honest clod the plough-man with certaine songs of the late fall of the new beare-garden, and for the fall of projectors / by Tho. Herbert.
Herbert, Thomas, 1597-1642? / [1641] Newes newly discovered,: in a pleasant dialo[g]ue betwixt Papa the false Pope, and Benedict an honest Fryer, shewing the merry conceits which the Friers have in their cloysters amongst handsome Nuns, and how the Pope complains for want of that pastime, with the many shifts of his friends in England. / By Thomas Herbert.
Herbert, Thomas, Sir, 1606-1682. / [1638] Some yeares travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique Describing especially the two famous empires, the Persian, and the great Mogull: weaved with the history of these later times as also, many rich and spatious kingdomes in the orientall India, and other parts of Asia; together with the adjacent iles. Severally relating the religion, language, qualities, customes, habit, descent, fashions, and other observations touching them. With a revivall of the first discoverer of America. Revised and enlarged by the author.
Herbert, William, fl. 1634-1662. / [1657] Herbert's devotions, or, A companion for a Christian containing, meditations & prayers, fitted for all conditions, persons, times and places either for the church, closet, shop, chamber, or bed : being seasonable and usefull for these sad unsetled times.
Herbert, William, fl. 1634-1662. / [1662] Considerations in the behalf of foreiners, which reside in England ...
Hergest, William. / [1580] The right rule of Christian chastitie profitable to bee read of all godly and vertuous youthes of both sexe, bee they gentlemen or gentlewomen, or of inferiour state, whatsoeuer. Collected and written by one studious to gratifie his freendes, and profit his kindred: first (priuately) for the instruction, forewarning and forearming of certayne younge gentlewomen his neare and deare cosins: and after published by the same, in hope to profit the Church & common wealth, according to his talent. The methode wherof is to bee seene immediatly after the preface to the reader.
Herle, Charles, 1598-1659. / [1644/45 i.e. 1645] Davids reserve and rescue in a sermon preached before the honourable the House of Commons, on the fifth of November, 1644 / by Charles Herle ...
Herle, Charles, 1598-1659. / [1631] Contemplations and devotions on the severall passages of our blessed Saviors death and Passion. Written by Charles Herle, Master in Arts, and sometimes of Excester Colledge in Oxford
Herle, Charles, 1598-1659. / [Printed the second weeke of Ianuary. 1642. i.e. 1643] An ansvver to mis-led Doctor Fearne. According to his own method of his book [brace] Sect. 1. 2. The divinity being by Scripture Sect. 3. 4. 5. The reason by Aristotle Sect. 6. 7. The sense or matter of fact by witnesse [brace] examined.
Hermas, 2nd cent. / [1661] The three books of Hermas the disciple of Paul the Apostle. Viz. I. The church. II. The sheepherd. III. The similitudes. Englished by John Pringle.
Herne, John, fl. 1644. / [1659] Lent, 1638 the learned reading of John Herne Esq., late of the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inne, upon the Statute of 23 H. 8 cap. 3 concerning commissions of sewers / translated out of the French manusctipt [sic].
Herne, John, fl. 1660. / [1658] The modern assurancer, or The clarks directory.: Containing the practick part of the law, in the exact formes and draughts of all manner of presidents for bargaines, and sales, grants, feossments, bonds, bills, conditions, covenants, joyntures, indentures; to lead the uses of fines and recoveries, with good provisoes, covenants to stand seised, charter-parties for ships, leases, releases, surrenders, &c. And all other instruments and assurances now in use: intended for all young studients and practizers of the lavv. / By J.H. With an exact table wherein may be found the principall matters therein contained.
Herne, John, fl. 1660. / [1655] The law of conveyances,: shewing the natures, kinds, and effects, of all manner of assurances, with the manner of their several executions and operations. Also directions to sue out and prosecute all manner of writs, of extent, elegit, and judiciall writs upon statutes, recognizances, judgments, &c. A warrant to summon a court of survey: and the articles to be given in charge, and inquired of in that court. With an exposition of divers obscure words and termes of law, used in ancient records, &c. And also plaine decimall tables, whereby may be found the true values of lands, leases, and estates, in possession, or reversion. With a concordance of years, &c. / By John Herne Gent.
Herne, Samuel. / [1677] Domus carthusiana, or, An account of the most noble foundation of the Charter-House near Smithfield in London both before and since the reformation : with the life and death of Thomas Sutton, esq., the founder thereof, and his last will and testament : to which are added several prayers, fitted for the private devotions and particular occasions of the ancient gentlemen, &c. / by Samuel Herne.
Herne, Samuel. / [1679] A discourse of divine providence, made before an honourable auditory by Samuel Herne ...
Herodian. / [1635] Herodian of Alexandria his Historie of tvventy Roman Cæsars and emperors (of his time.) Together with the most solemne deification of the Roman emperors and empresses. Interpreted out of the Greeke originall.
Heron, Edward, d. 1650. / [1621] Physicke for body and soule Shevving that the maladies of the one, proceede from the sinnes of the other: with a remedie against both, prescribed by our heauenly physitian Iesus Christ. Deliuered in a sermon at Buckden in Huntingtonsh, before the right reuerend Father in God the Lord Bishop of Lincolne then being, by E. Heron Bachelor of Diuinitie, and sometime fellow of Trin. Colledge in Cambridge.
Heron, Haly. / [Anno. 1579] A newe discourse of morall philosophie, entituled, The kayes of counsaile. Not so pleasant as profitable for younge courtiours. Optima est patientia victor.
Herrick, Robert, 1591-1674. / [1647] His noble numbers,: or, His pious pieces vvherein (amongst other things) he sings the birth of his Christ : and sighes for his Saviours suffering on the crosse.
Herring, Francis, d. 1628. / [1641] Preservatives against the plague, or directions and advertisements for this time of pestilentiall contagion: VVith certaine instructions for the poorer sort of people when they shall bee visited: and also a caveat to those that weare about their necks impoisoned amulets as a preservative against that sicknesse. First publisheed for the behoofe of the city of London, in the two visitations 1603. and 1625. and reprinted for the benefit of the said citie, now visited, and all other parts of the land, that may or shall hereafter be. By Francis Herring Dr. in physick, deceased.
Herring, Theodore, 1596-1645. / [1625] The triumph of the Church over water and fire. Or A thankfull gratulation for that miraculous deliverance of the Church and state of Great Britaine, from the Romish Tophet: or, that barbarous and savage Powder-plot. As it was delivered (for substance) in a sermon at Blacke Fryers in London on the fifth of November. 1625. By Theodor Hering, minister of the Word of God.
Herring, Theodore, 1596-1645. / [1624] Panacea Christiana, or, A Christians soueraigne salue for euery soare deliuered in two seuerall sermons, and now digested into one treatise : published for the vse of all distressed Christians.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [1641 1642] Sir Arthur Haslerig his speech in Parliament the fifth of Ianuary last whereby he cleareth himselfe of the Articles of high treason exhibited against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Mr. I. Pym, Mr. Hampden, Mr. Stroud and M. Hollis by His Majesty on Tuesday 4 of Ianu, 1641 [1642] : whereunto is added Master Pim his speech in Parliament concerning the vote of the House of Commons for his discharge upon the accusation of high treason exhibited against himself and others.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [August 15. 1648] Sir Arthur Hesilrige's letter to the honorable committee of Lords & Commons at Derby-House,: concerning the revolt and recovery of Tinmouth-castle. In which action, Lieutenant Col: Lilburn (Governor of the castle) was slain, with divers seamen and others.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [1641] Sir Arthur Haselrigg his speech in Parliament concerning the bill passed against plurality of livings, that no clergie man shall have above one living except hee be servant to the King.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [1650] Musgrave muzled: or The traducer gagg'd. Being a just vindication of the Right Honourable Sr. Arthur Haslerigg, and all other persons herein concerned. From the scandalous imputations, and forged articles exhibited by John Musgrave.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [1653] Lieut. Colonel John Lilb. tryed and cast: or, his case and craft discovered.: Wherein is shewed the grounds and reasons of the Parliaments proceeding, in passing the act of banishment against him, and wherefore since his coming over hee hath been committed to the Tower by the Parliament. Here likewise, is laid open the partiall, corrupt, and illegal verdicts of his juries, both the former and the later. Being to satisfie all those in the nation that are truly godly, and wel-affected to the peace of the Common-wealth: and to stop the mouths of others; proving, what is done in order to his present imprisonment, is according to the rules of justice and equity contained in the morall law of God, and nature, or sound naturall reason. Published by authority.
Hesilrige, Arthur, Sir, d. 1661. / [July 7. 1648] A letter from Sir Arthur Hesilrige to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons,: of a great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces in Northumberland, where were taken prisoners Colonel Grey, Sir Richard Tempest, commanders in chief, Sir Francis Ratcliff, Sir Gervas Lucas, and divers lieutenant colonels, and other officers and gentlemen of quality, above three hundred soldiers, and between five and six hundred horses, and many arms, as by the list bearing date 1. July, 1648, appeareth. Together with Colonel Lilburn's letter to Sir Arthur Hesilrige. 5 Julii, 1648. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters and list be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1679] A sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of London at Guild-Hall Chappel, upon the second of September, 1679 being the day of their humiliation in memory of the late dreadful fire / by Henry Hesketh ...
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1684] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of London at the Church of St. Mary le Bow, on September the 9th being the day of thanksgiving for the discovery of the late treasonable conspiracy against His Majesties person and government / by H. Hesketh ...
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1678] A sermon preached before the Right Honorable Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London at Guild-Hall Chappel, on January 30th, 1677/78 by Henry Hesketh.
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1684] A sermon preach'd before the King in his Royal Chappel of Windsor, July the 27th 1684
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1699] A sermon preach'd at the assizes held for the county of Surrey at Kingston upon Thames, March 30, 1699 by Henry Hesketh ...
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1684] A private peace-offering, for the discovery and disappointment of the late horrid conspiracy against the King, &c. in a sermon preached July the 8th, in St. Helen's-Church London / by Henry Hesketh.
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1683] The importance of religion to young persons represented in a sermon preached at the funeral of Sir Thomas Vinor, Baronet, in St. Hellens Church, London, May the 3d, 1683 / by Hen. Hesketh ...
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1680] Piety the best rule of orthodoxy, or, An essay upon this proposition, that the conduciveness of doctrines to holiness or vice is the best rule for private Christians to judge the truth or falshood of them by in a letter to his honoured friend H.M. / by Hen. Hesketh.
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1699] Great mens advantages and obligations to religion represented in a sermon preached before the King, in the chapel at St. James's, July the 17th, 1698 / by Henry Hesketh ...
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1684] An exhortation to frequent receiving the holy sacrament of the Lord's Supper, or, A plain and practical discourse upon part of I Cor. II, 26 being the substance of several sermons preached in St. Hellens Church, London / by Hen. Hesketh ...
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1683] The charge of scandal and giving offence by conformity refelled and reflected back upon separation : and that place of St. Paul I Cor. 10:32 that hath been so usually urged by dissenters in this case asserted to its true sence and vindicated from favouring the end for which it hath beed quoted by them.
Heskith, Thomas. / [1700] A sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Honourable Col. Francis Collingwood, and of his lady who were both interr'd in St. John's Church, in the island of Nevis in America, May the 29th and May the 31st, 1699 / by Tho. Heskith ...
Heskyns, Thomas. / [M.D.LXVI. 1566] The parliament of Chryste auouching and declaring the enacted and receaued trueth of the presence of his bodie and bloode in the blessed Sacrament, and of other articles concerning the same, impugned in a wicked sermon by M. Iuell, collected and seth-furth by Thomas Heskyns Doctour of dyuinitie. Wherein the reader shall fynde all the scripturs co[m]monlie alleaged oute of the newe Testament, touching the B. Sacrament, and some of the olde Testament, plainlie and truely expownded by a nombre of holie learned fathers and doctors.
Hesselwood, Henry. / [1654] Doctor Hill's funeral-sermon. Or a nevv-yeers-gift to all the clergie.: Daynus, the reviving feet fo the witnesses past and to come, to shew the day and yeer of the Lord, and his time accepted.
Hester, John, d. 1593. / [1594] The pearle of practise, or Practisers pearle, for phisicke and chirurgerie. Found out by I. H. (a spagericke or distiller) amongst the learned obseruations and prooued practises of many expert men in both faculties. Since his death it is garnished and brought into some methode by a welwiller of his.
Hetherington, William. / [1682] The Irish-evidence convicted by their own oaths, or, Their swearing and counter-swearing plainly demonstrated in several of their own affidavits herewith faithfully published as also a full and impartial account of their past & present practices.
Hetley, Thomas, Sir. / [1657] Reports and cases taken in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh years of the late King Charles as they were argued by most of the King's sergeants at the Commonpleas barre / collected and reported, by that eminent lawyer, Sir Thomas Hetley Knight, sergeant at law, sometimes of the Honourable Society of Grayes-Inne, and appointed by the king and judges for one of he reporters of the law ; now Englished, and likewise of the cases, both alphabetical.
Heusde, Sarah Cornelius de. / [1670?] Loving reader, God Almighty hath not created, Man for himself, neither for his own ends, but hath given him natural affection for to love his fellowes, and loving them, to cure them by all means ...
Hewer, William. Mr. Hewer's reply to the petition of the Tanger-inhabitants
Hewerdine, Thomas, 1659 or 60-1738? / [1699] Some plain letters in the defence of infant baptism and of the mode of baptizing (now generally used in the Church of England), which may serve, for a confutation of a small treatise entituled The reason why not infant-sprinkling, but believers-baptism ought to be approved, &c.
Hewetson, Edward. / [1700?] Advertisement. You may have good drugget and sagathie suits, made well and fashionable, for the first size men, at 3 guineas a suit, & the larger size at 3 pound ten and good cloath suits for 4 pound, and 4 pound ten, by Edward Hewetson, ...
Hewetson, Michael, 1643-1724. / [1685] Ireland's tears to the sacred memory of our late dread soveraign King Charles II.
Hewit, John, 1614-1658. / [1658] Repentance and conversion, the fabrick of salvation: or The saints joy in heaven, for the sinners sorrow upon Earth.: Being the last sermons preached by that reverend and learned John Hewyt, D.D. Late minister of St. Gregories by St. Pauls. With other of his sermons preached there. Dedicated to all his pious auditors, especially those of the said parish. Also an advertisement concerning some sermons lately printed, and presented to be the doctors, but are disavowed by Geo. Wild. Jo. Barwick.
Hewit, John, 1614-1658. / [1658] Nine select sermons: preached upon special occasions in the Parish Church of St. Gregories by St. Pauls. By the late reverend John Hewytt D.D. Together with his publick prayers before and after sermon.
Hewit, John, 1614-1658. / [in the year of our Lord, 1658] Certain considerations against the vanities of this world, and the terrors of death. VVritten by Doctor John Hewit, and delivered to a friend, a little before his death on Tower Hill, June the 8. 1658. Go pale-fac'd paper, tell the world that I, do die in peace and perfect charity.
Hewlett, James, b. 1644 or 5. / [1661] A true copie of a speech spoken to His sacred Majestie, Charles the Second in St. Paul's Church-yard, as His Majestie passed from the Tower of London to White-hall the day before his royall coronation, April 22d, 1661. By James Hewlett, one of the children now remaining in Christ Hospitall.
Hewley, Dorothy. / [1690] The answers and case of Francis VVyvill and Ann his VVife, to the petition and appeal of Dorothy Hewley, Exhibited by or on her behalf against them, to the right honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled.
Hewson, John, d. 1662. / [1649 i.e. 1650] Severall letters from Ireland of the late good success of the Parliament forces there one from Col. Hewson Governour of Dublin, sent to the Honourable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament. VVherein were inclosed the summons, and other passages between him and the governour of the strong garison and fort of Ballisanon. Together vvith the propositions tendred by them, and refused. As also the articles upon which the same was surrendred, dated the first day of March 1649. Two other letters from William Basil Esquire, Atturney Generall for the state in Ireland. March 18. 1649. These letters and papers are appointed to be printed and published. Imprimatur, Henry Scobel. Cler. Parliamenti.;
Hexham, Henry, 1585?-1650? / [1623] A tongue-combat lately happening betvveene tvvo English souldiers in the tilt-boat of Grauesend, the one going to serue the King of Spaine, the other to serue the States Generall of the Vnited Provinces. Wherein the cause, course, and continuance of those warres, is debated, and declared.
Hext, Francis, 1666-1729. / [1690] An elegy, sacred to the memory of the high-born prince, Henry D. of Grafton, who dyed of his wounds at Cork, October 9th, 1690 in Pindarick verse / by Franc. Hext.
Heyden, Cornelius van der. / [1550?] A bryefe summe of the whole Byble. A Chrystian instruction for al parsons yonge and olde, to the whiche is annexed the ordenarye for all degrees. / Translated out of Doutche into Inglysh by Antony Scoloker.
Heyden, Hermann van der, 1572-ca. 1650. / [1653] Speedy help for rich and poor.: or, certain physicall discourses touching the vertue of whey, in the cure of the griping flux of the belly, and of the dysentery. Of cold water, in the cure of the gout, and green-wounds. Of wine-vineger, in the preservation from, and cure of the plague, and other pestilential diseases: as also in the prevention of the hydrophobia, or dread of water, caused by the biting of a mad dog. &c. Written in Latine by Hermannus Vander Heyden, a physician of Gaunt.
Heydon, J. (John) / [1647] Some gospel truths catechistically laid down, explained and vindicated for the benefit of such as are weary of their own heart ... / by J. Heydon ...
Heydon, John, b. 1629. / [1664-65] The wise-mans crown, or, The glory of the rosie-cross shewing the wonderful power of nature, with the full discovery of the true cœlum terræ, or first matter of metals, and their preparations into incredible medicines or elixirs that cure all diseases in young or old : with the regio lucis, and holy houshold of rosie crucian philosophers / communicated to the world by John Heydon, Gent. ...
Heydon, John, b. 1629. / [1665] Psonthophachia, or, A quintuple Rosie-crucian scourge for the due correction of that pseudo-chymist and scurrilous emperick Geo. Thomson being in part a vindication of the learned Society of Physitians / by J. Heydon.
Heydon, John, b. 1629. / [Printed in the year 1660] The ladies champion confounding the author of The wandring whore, by Eugenius Theodidactus, powder-monkey, roguy-crucian, pimp-master-general, universal mountebank, mathematician, lawyer, fortune-teller, secretary to naturals, and scribler of that infamous piece of non-sense, Advice to a daughter, against advice to a son. Approved of by Megg. Spenser Damrose Page Priss. Fetheringham Su. Leming Betty Lawrence Mother Cunny
Heydon, John, b. 1629. / [1660] The idea of the lavv charactered from Moses to King Charles.: Whereunto is added the idea of government and tyranny. / By John Herdon Gent. Philonomos.
Heydon, John, b. 1629. / [1662] The harmony of the world being a discourse wherein the phænomena of nature are consonantly salved and adapted to inferiour intellects / by John Heydon, Gent. ...
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [Printed in the yeare, 1643] A letter from an officer in His Majesties army, to a gentleman in Glocester-shire.: Upon occasion of certain querees scattered about that country.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [Printed in the yeare M.DC.XLIII 1643] Theeves, theeves, or, A relation of Sir Iohn Gell's proceedings in Darbyshire, in gathering up the rents of the lords and gentlemen of that county by pretended authority from the two Houses of Parliament.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [1642] The historie of episcopacie. The second part. by Theophilus Churchman.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [1681] Keimåelia 'ekklåesiastika, The historical and miscellaneous tracts of the Reverend and learned Peter Heylyn, D.D. now collected into one volume ... : and an account of the life of the author, never before published : with an exact table to the whole.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [1642] The historie of episcopacie. [The first part.] by Theophilus Churchman.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [1632] Augustus. Or, An essay of those meanes and counsels, whereby the commonwealth of Rome was altered, and reduced unto a monarchy
Heynes, John. / [MDCLXIX. 1669, i.e. 1679] A sermon preached at the funeral of the right honourable William Lord Pagett, Baron of Beaudefert, &c. By John Heynes, A.M. and preacher of the New Church, Westminster.
Heyns, Bryan. / [MDCLXXXII. 1682] A vindication of Mr. Bryan Heyns from all the calumnies and reproaches cast upon him by the phanaticks: together with a short relation of the present Presbyterian Plot, against the King and government.
Heyrick, Richard, 1600-1667. / [1661] A sermon preached at the collegiate church at Manchester on Tuesday the 23. of April 1661.: Being the coronation-day of his Royal Majestie Charles II. / By Richard Heyrick warden of the said colledge.
Heywood, John. / [1684] A friendly perswation and Christian exhortation: to all, who profess the guidance of the spirit of Christ and Christianity, to keep out of false-reports, whisperings, and backbitings which disturbs the peace of the Church, and are the occasion of offences.
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1670] The sure mercies of David: or, a second part of Heart-treasure. Wherein is contained the supream and substance of gospel-mercies purchased by Christ, and promised in the covenant of grace, together with the several ways how they are made and are to be improved for the saints fort and defence, settlement and incouragement in shaking and back-sliding times. Being the fruit of some meditations upon Isa. 55. 3. By O. Heywood an unprofitable minister of the gospel.
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1695] Job's appeal. Being a funeral discourse delivered at Northonnam in York-shire, upon occasion of the death of Mr. Jonathan Denton, wherein a Christian's state is stated before God, and his sufferings from the hand of God cleared. Grounded upon Job X.7. By Oliver Heywood, minister of the gospel.
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1695] A new creature: or, A short discourse, opening the nature, properties, and necessity of the great work of the new creation upon the souls of men. Being some plain discourses on Galatians vi. 15. By O. H. an unworthy minister of the Gospel.
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1667] Heart-treasure, or, An essay tending to fil [sic] and furnish the head and heart of every Christian ... being the substance of some sermons preached at Coley in Yorkshire on Mat. 12. 35 ... / by O.H. ...
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1693] A family altar erected to the honour of the eternal God, or, A solemn essay to promote the worship of God in private houses being some meditations on Genesis 35. 2, 3 / by O.H. ...
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1671] Closet-prayer a Christian duty, or, A treatise upon Mat. VI, VI. tending to prove that worship of God in secret is the indispensible duty of all Christians ... together with a severe rebuke of Christians for their neglect of, or negligence in, the duty of closet-prayer, and many directions for the managing thereof ... / by O. Heywood.
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1693] The best entail, or, Dying parents living hopes for their surviving children grounded upon the covenant of Gods grace, with believers and their seed, being a short discourse upon 2 Sam. 23, 5 : wherein is a collection of several covenant-promises to support the faith, and some pleas to direct and quicken the prayers of Gods covenanted people for their surviving posterity / by O.H. ...
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1693] Advice to an only child, or, Excellent council to all young persons containing, the summ and substance of experimental and practical divinity / written by an eminent and judicious divine, for the private use of an only child, now made publick for the benefit of all.
Heywood, Thomas, d. 1641. / [1658] The actors vindication, containing, three brief treatises, viz. I. Their antiquity. II. Their antient dignity, III. The true use of their quality. Written by Thomas Heywood.