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Hibbert, Henry, 1601 or 2-1678. / [1654] Waters of Marah drawn forth in two funerall sermons, October 1653 and since (upon desire) enlarged / by Henry Hibbert ...
Hibbert, Henry, 1601 or 2-1678. / [1662] Syntagma theologicum, or, A treatise wherein is concisely comprehended, the body of divinity, and the fundamentals of religion orderly discussed whereunto are added certain divine discourses, wherein are handled these following heads, viz. 1. The express character of Christ our redeemer, 2. Gloria in altissimis, or the angelical anthem, 3. The necessity of Christ's passion and resurrection, 4. The blessed ambassador, or, The best sent into the basest, 5. S. Paul's apology, 6. Holy fear, the fence of the soul, 7. Ordini quisque suo, or, The excellent order, 8. The royal remembrancer, or, Promises put in suit, 9. The watchman's watch-word, 10. Scala Jacobi, or, S. James his ladder, 11. Decus sanctorum, or, The saints dignity, 12. Warrantable separation, without breach of union / by Henry Hibbert ...
Hic Mulier. / [1620] Muld sacke: or The apologie of Hic Mulier: to the late declamation against her Exprest in a short exclamation. Non est mollis è terris ad astra via. Muld sacke, muld sacke.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1681] A vindication of the naked truth, the second part against the trivial objections and exceptions, of one Fullwood, stiling himself, D. D. archdeacon of Totnes in Devonshire, in a libelling pamphlet with a bulky and imboss'd title, calling it Leges Angliæ, or, The lawfulness of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Church of England : in answer to Mr. Hickeringill's Naked truth, the second part / by Phil. Hickeringill.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1680] A vindication of the late sermon, on--Curse ye Meroz from the idle aspersions cast upon it and its author : with a full and true narrative of many material passages in Mr. Hickeringill's life.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1681] A true table of all such fees as are due, or can be claimed in any Bishops-Courts, in all cases; as they were given in to the commissioners of his Majesty King Charles the First, Nov. 1630. By the commissaries, registers, proctors, &c, under their own hands in the Star-Chamber. Necessary to be known by all persons liable to be concerned in the said Bishops-Courts.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1681] The third part of Naked truth, or, Some serious considerations, that are of high concern to the ruling clergy of England, Scotland, or any other Protestant nation and also a discovery of the excellency of the Protestant religion as it stands in opposition to papistical delusions, being a representation of what is the true glory of Protestants, and what are the base, contemptible and ridiculous principles, on which those that are called Roman Catholicks do build, as upon the sand, being very necessary for all Protestant families in this present juncture of time.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1689] A speech without-doors, or, Some modest inquiries humbly proposed to the right honourable the Convention of Estates, assembled at Westminster, Jan. 22, 1688/9 concerning, I. Bigotism, or religious madness, II. Tests, and the present test in particular, III. Penal laws in matters of religion, IV. The necessity of changing and recanting our opinions in religion, V. Restraint of the press / by Edm. Hickeringill ...
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1696] Rhythmos basilikos By the honourable E.H. of Suffolk.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1700] A sermon preach'd on the 30th of January vindicating King Charles the Martyr, and the keeping of the day by E.H. ; which may serve for an answer to Mr. Stephen's sermon preach'd on the 30th of January, before the honourable House of Commons.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1681] The naked truth. The second part in several inquiries concerning the canons and ecclesiastical jurisdiction, canonical obedience, convocations, procurations, synodals and visitations : also of the Church of England and church-wardens and the oath of church-wardens and of sacriledge.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1684] The most humble confession, and recantation of Edmund Hickeringill, clerk publicky made, read, sign'd and sealed in the Court of Arches, held before the Right Worshipful, Sir Richard Lloyd, knight and doctor of laws, in the absence of the Right Worshipful Sir Robert Wiseman, knight, and doctor of laws, principal official of the said court, in the common-hall of Doctors Commons, London, on Fryday the 27th day of June, in the year of our Lord, 1684.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1692] The good old cause, or, The divine captain characteriz'd in a sermon (not preach'd, nor needful to be preach'd, in any place so properly as in a camp) by Edm. Hickeringill ...
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1695] The lay-clergy, or, The lay-elder in a short essay in answer to this query : whether it be lawful for persons in holy orders to exercise temporal offices, honours, jurisdictions and authorities : with arguments and objections on both sides, poyz'd and indifferently weigh'd / by Edm. Hickeringil ...
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1682] The fourth part of naked truth, or, The complaint of the church to some of her sons for breach of her articles in a friendly dialogue between Titus and Timothy, both ministers of the Church of England / by a legal son and since conformist to the Church of England, as established by law.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1680] Curse ye Meroz, or, The fatal doom in a sermon preached in Guild-hall Chappel London, before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, May the 9th 1680 / by Edmond Hickeringill ...
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1681] The character of a sham-plotter or man-catcher
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1682] The black non-conformist, discover'd in more naked truth proving, that excommunication, confirmation, the two great Episcopal appurtenances & diocesan bishops, are not (as now in use) of divine, but human make and shape, and that not only some lay-men, but all the keen-cringing clergy are non-conformists ... : also a libel, and answer (thereunto) fitted to every man's case (be it what it will) that is cited to ecclesiastical courts, whose shallow foundation is unbared, and a true table of ecclesiastical court fees, as it was return'd into the star-chamber, Anno Domini 1630, by the ecclesiastical fellows themselves, and compar'd with the statutes : also concerning the unlawfulness of granting licences to marry, Quakers-marriages, folly, as well as other evil consequences of that new law-maxim, viz. that no non-conformists ought to be jury-men : shewing also, that, religion, religion, that should have been the world's great blessing, is become the plague of mankind, and the curse of Christendom ... / by Edm. Hickeringill ...
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708. / [1682] The black non-conformist discover'd in more naked truth proving that excommunication & confirmation ... and diocesan bishops are ... of human make and shape, and that not only some lay-men, but all the keen-cringing clergy are non-conformists ... / by Edm. Hickeringill ...
Hickes, Edward. / [MDCLXXXII 1682] The righteous judge a sermon preached at Hertford-Assize, March 10, 1682 / by Edward Hickes, D.D.
Hickes, Gaspar, 1605-1677. / [1645 i.e. 1646] The advantage of afflictions: a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Peers, Ianuary 28. 1645. being the day of publike humiliation, in the Abbey Church, Westminster. / By Gaspar Hicks, a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Hickes, Gaspar, 1605-1677. / [1645] The life and death of David.: A sermon preached at the funeralls of that worthy member of the Honourable House of Commons, William Strode Esquire, in the Abbey Church in Westminster, Septemb. 22⁰. 1645. / By Gaspar Hickes, a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Hickes, Gaspar, 1605-1677. / [1644] The glory and beauty of Gods portion:: set forth in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at the publique fast, Iune 26. 1644. / By Gaspar Hickes, Pastour of Lanracke in Cornwall, a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1681] The true notion of persecution stated in a sermon preachd at the time of the late contribution for the French Protestants / by George Hickes ...
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1692] A vindication of some among our selves against the false principles of Dr. Sherlock in a letter to the doctor, occasioned by the sermon which he preached at the Temple-Church on the 29th of May, 1692 : in which letter are also contained reflexions on some other of the doctor's sermons, published since he took the oath.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1680] The spirit of enthusiasm exorcised in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, on Act-Sunday, July 11, 1680 / by George Hickes.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1695] Some discourses upon Dr. Burnet and Dr. Tillotson occasioned by the late funeral sermon of the former upon the later.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1686] Speculum beatae virginis a discourse of the due praise and honour of the Virgin Mary / by a true Catholick of the Church of England.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1682] A sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and citizens of London, at Bow-church on the 30th, of January, 1681/2 by George Hickes.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1684] A sermon preached at the Church of St. Bridget, on Easter-Tuesday, being the first of April, 1684, before the Right Honourable Sir Henry Tulse, Lord Mayor of London, and the Honourable Court of Aldermen, together with the governors of the hospitals, upon the subject of alms-giving by George Hickes ...
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1684] A sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of Worcester on the 29th of May, 1684 being the anniversary day of His Majesty's birth, and happy restauration / by George Hickes ...
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1689?] Reflections upon a letter out of the country, to a member of this present Parliament occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower, and now under suspension.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1680/81] A narrative of a strange and sudden apparition of an arch-angel at the Old-Bayly, on Monday March the Seventh, 1680, English stile, betwixt the hours of three and five in the afternoon, to the great astonishment of the court and all that were present dedicated to all the ministers and church-wardens of the whole nation / by an eye-witness of the apparition.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1682] The moral schechinah, or, A discourse of Gods glory in a sermon preached at the last Yorkshire-feast in Bow-church, London, June 11, 1682 / by George Hickes.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1689] A letter to the author of a late paper, entituled, A vindication of the divines of the Church of England, &c. in defence of the history of passive obedience.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1677] A discourse to prove that the strongest temptations are conquerable by Christians, or, A sober defence of nature and grace against the cavils and excuses of loose inconsiderate men in a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of London, and court of aldermen, the 14th of January, 1676/7 / by George Hickes ...
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1682] A discourse of the soveraign power in a sermon preached at St. Mary Le Bow, Nov. 28, 1682, before the Artillery Company of London, and now published at their desire / by George Hickes ...
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1685] The case of infant-baptism in five questions ...
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1691] An apology for the new separation in a letter to Dr. John Sharpe, Archbishop of York, occasioned by his farewell-sermon, preached on the 28th of June, at St. Giles's in the Fields.
Hickes, George, 1642-1715. / [1687] An apologetical vindication of the Church of England in answer to those who reproach her with the English heresies and schisms, or suspect her not to be a catholick-church, upon their account.
Hickes, John, 1633-1685. / [1671] A true and faithful narrative of the unjust and illegal sufferings, and oppressions of many Christians ... in the county of Devon, since the tenth of May, 1670 ... as also, of the most malicious prosecution of nine innocent persons ... : and of the tryals that were betwixt Matthew Hele ... William Bastard ... and Mr. Edmund Reynel, and John Bear ... at the Assizes held at Exon, in the county of Devon, April 1671.
Hickes, John, 1633-1685. / [1685] The last speech, of that pious and [lear]ned divine Mr. John Hicks who was executed at Glassenbury, Octob. 1685.
Hickes, John, 1633-1685. / [1673] A discourse of the excellency of the heavenly substance which is useful for the present, and so may be for future times.
Hickman, Charles, 1648-1713. / [1681] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable George Earl of Berkeley, Governour, and the Company of Merchants of England trading into the Levant Seas at St. Peters Church in Broadstreet, January, 25, 1680 / by Charles Hickman ...
Hickman, Charles, 1648-1713. / [1692] A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, on Sunday, Octob. 2, 1692 by Charles Hickman ...
Hickman, Charles, 1648-1713. / [1696] A sermon preached at St. Bride's Church, on St. Cæcilia's Day, Nov. 22, 1685 being the anniversary feast of the lovers of musick / by Charles Hickman ...
Hickman, Charles, 1648-1713. / [1690] A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-hall, on Sunday the 26th of October, 1690 by Charles Hickman.
Hickman, Charles, 1648-1713. / [1690] A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at St Margaret's Westminster, on Sunday the 19th of October, 1690 being the thanksgiving-day for the wonderful preservation of His Majesties person, &c. / by Charles Hickman.
Hickman, Charles, 1648-1713. / [1687] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the lord mayor and court of aldermen at the Guild-hall chapel, Nov. 21, 1686 by Charles Hickman.
Hickman, Charles, 1648-1713. / [1680] A sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, June 27, 1680 by Charles Hickman ...
Hickman, Henry, d. 1692. / [1674] Speculem Sherlockianum, or, A looking-glass in which the admirers of Mr. Sherlock may behold the man, as to his accuracy, judgement, orthodoxy by an obedient son of the Church of England.
Hickman, Henry, d. 1692. / [1659] Patro-scholastiko-dikaiåosis, or, A justification of the fathers and the schoolmen shewing, that they are not self-condemned for denying the positivity of sin. Being an answer to so much of Mr. Tho. Pierce's book, called Autokatakrisis, as doth relate to the foresaid opinion. By Hen: Hickman, fellow of Magdalene Colledge, Oxon.
Hickman, Henry, d. 1692. / [1672] Bonasus vapulans, or, Some castigations given to Mr. John Durell for fouling himself and others in his English and Latin book by a country scholar.
Hickman, Henry, d. 1692. / [1665] The believers duty towards the Spirit, and the Spirits office towards believers, or, A discourse concerning believers not grieving the Spirit, and the Spirits sealing up believers to the day of redemption grounded on Ephes. 4. 30.
Hickock, Richard. / [1659] A testimony against the people call'd Ranters and their pleads and a call or invitation to them to return to the Lord again.
Hickock, Richard. / [1660] The saints justified and their accusers found out: or an answer to the great dragons message, put forth in five positions by one of his messengers. Who for this purpose made use of Edward Laurance priest at Bast-church, a place so called in the county of Salop, who at a dispute at Milford-Hall in the said county, not far from the said steeple-house, stood up to prove the 5. positions, and there contended for his masters kingdom, that none could not but live in sin while they were upon the earth, (no not the saints) whom he there accused to live in sin; and other falsities he stood up to prove, producing scriptures to that end, but left all unproved to anies understanding there who had the least true discerning to discerne with. Also a few queries put forth to be answered by the aforesaid priest (if he will) or any else of his brethren. By a witnesse against the dragons message (of mans alwayes living in sin here) and for the truth, called Richard Hickock.
Hicks, Henry, d. 1692. / [1681] A sermon preached at the funeral of the Right Honourable Julian Vicountess Camden at Camden Jan. 12, 1680/1
Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. / [1674] The Quakers appeal answer'd, or, A full relation of the occasion, progress, and issue of a meeting held in Barbican the 28th of August last past wherein the allegations of William Pen in two books lately published by him against Thomas Hicks, were answered and disproved, and Tho. Hicks, his quotations out of the Quakers own books attested by several as being appeal'd unto.
Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. / [1674] The Quaker condemned out of his own mouth, or, An answer to Will. Pen's book entitled Reason against railing, and truth against fiction wherein he hathe confessed that if those things objected against the Quakers in two former dialogues be true, that then a Quaker is quite another thing than a Christian, that those matters heretofore objected were and are real truths and no fictions, is fully cleared and evinced in this third dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker / by Thomas Hicks.
Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. / [Anno Domini, 1653] A letter or word of advice to the saints known or unknown. By Thomas Hickes, the elder.:
Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. / [1657] A discourse of the souls of men, women, and children;: and of the holy and blessed angels in heaven, and of the evil and damned spirits in hell: shewing that they are immortal, spiritual substances, as well as the angels in heaven. Written because this author met with four willfull ignorant men at one time, which said, the souls of men, women, and children, were nothing but breath, and vanished into air, when as the body went to the grave. These unfaithful people ought to be answered and reproved: / by the author, Thomas Hicks.
Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. / [1673] A continuation of The dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker wherein the truth of those things objected against them in the first part, are fully confirm'd : together with a further account of their perilous and pernitious errors concerning the person of Christ, His satisfaction, justification, sanctification, the ministry, and immediate motions are in this second part, cleerly and plainly represented out of the writings of some of their principal, and most approved leaders / published for the common information of such as either really are, or may be, in danger of being insnared and intangled by them by Thomas Hicks.
Hicks, William, 1621-1660. / [1659] Apokalypsis apokalypseos, or, The revelation revealed being a practical exposition on the revelation of St. John : whereunto is annexed a small essay, entituled Quinto-Monarchiæ, cum Quarto Omologia, or, A friendly complyance between Christ's monarchy, and the magistrates / by William Hicks ...
Hicks, William, fl. 1671. / [1673] London drollery, or, The wits academy being a select collection of the newest songs, lampoons, and airs alamode : with several other most ingenious peices [sic] of railery, never before published / by W.H.
Hickson, James, b. 1650. / [1682] A sermon preached July 26, 1682, in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in York at the assizes for that county / by James Hickson ...
Hide, Thomas, 1524-1597. / [1579 VVith priuilege] A consolatorie epistle to the afflicted catholikes, set foorth by Thomas Hide Priest.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1606] Truths purchase: or A commoditie, which no man may either neglect to buie, or dare to sell laid forth in two sermons vpon Prov.23.23. by Samuel Hieron minister of the word, at Modburie in Deuon. Very necessary for the times, in which so few seeke after the truth, and so many fall away from the profession and practise of the truth.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [Anno 1607] Three sermons. 1. The good fight. Preached at the funerall of Henry Sommaster of Pens-ford in the country of Deuon, Esquire. Ian. 1606. 2. The worth of the water of life. 3. Dauids longing, and Dauids loue. By Sam. Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1609] Three sermons: a remedie for securitie. The ruine of Gods enemies. The worldlings downfall. By Samuel Hieron
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1613] The bridegroome by Samuel Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1681] The Protestant mirrour, in proper postures and principles: or, The careful resident, and the careless non-resident.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1612] The life and death of Dorcas. VVherein, hee that pleaseth to reade, may finde both good direction for the ordering of his course: and a necessary warning to be prepared for his end. By Samuel Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1608] A helpe vnto deuotion: containing certain moulds or forms of prayer, fitted to seuerall occasions; & penned for the furtherance of those, who haue more desire then skil, to poure out their soules by petitions vnto God. By Sam. Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1666] Fair-play on both sides: or, the surest way to heaven Discovered in a dispute between a Roman-Catholick, and a Protestant.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1606] The doctrine of the beginning of Christ: Short for memorie, plaine for capacity, deliuered almost in the expresse words of the text, for the more authority. By Samuell Hieron, minister of the Gospel.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1607] The dignitie of the Scripture togither with the indignity which the vnthankfull world offereth thereunto. In three sermons vpon Hose. 8. 12. By Samuel Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1615] The dignitie of preaching in a sermon vpon 1. Thessal. 5.20. By Sam. Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1617] The Christians liue-loode. Laid forth in a sermon vpon Math. 6. 33. By Samuel Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1607] The Christians journall: shewing both the course to be held, and the way to be shund by all those, who desire (as they ought) to enter into life : in three sermons vpon Matthew 7.13.14 / by Samuel Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [1604] An answere to a popish ryme, lately scattered abroad in the west parts, and much relyed vpon by some simply-seduced. By Samuel Hieron, minister of the word of God, at Modbury in Deuon.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [Anno 1609] The abridgement of the gospell: or The order and course of mans saluation as it is set foorth by Zacharie the father of Iohn Baptist, Luke 1. 67. &c. and further opened in ten sermons thereupon: by Sam. Hieron.
Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. / [Printed 1623] Aarons bells a-sounding. In a sermon, tending cheiftly [sic] to admonish the ministerie, of their charge, & duty. Preached by M. Samuel Hieron at a general visitation neere Bristow. And now published by them to whom his coppy was entrusted after his death.
Hieronymus Magomastix. / [1650] The strange vvitch at Greenvvich,: (ghost, spirit, or hobgoblin) haunting a wench, late servant to a miser, suspected a murtherer of his late vvife: with curious discussions of walking spirits and spectars of dead men departed, for rare and mysticall knowledge and discourse, / by Hieronymus Magomastix. April 24. 1650. Imprimatur. John Dovvname.
Higford, William, 1581?-1657. / [MDCLVIII 1658] Institutions, or, Advice to his grandson in three parts / by William Higford ...
Higgenson, Thomas. / [1656] A testimony to the true Jesus and the faith of him wherein the way of the people called Quakers is in meekness and righteousness summed and weighed, first in a general examen of their spirit and chief principles, after in a particular review of the same as it is distinctly set forth in a book of theirs, called, Love to the Lost : wherein are many things useful for the discerning of spirits in this hour of darkness and temptation / by T. Higgenson.
Higgenson, Thomas. / [1659] Some legible characters of the faith & love towards the blessed cause & kingdom of Christ worthy to be known and read of all men : some of the last meditations of that faithfull servant of the Lord Mr. Thomas Higgenson, lately deceased a very firm friend (both living and dying) unto the interest and work of the Lord Jesus in these last days.
Higgenson, Thomas. / [1653] Glory sometimes afar off, now stepping in; or, The great gospel-mysterie of spirit, or Divine nature in saints:: not in that philosophical and humane sense, by effects and habits of grace, but after a more evangelical, divine, and mysterious manner of in-being. Opened, affirmed and cleared, and gloriously breaking forth through a cloud of subtil pervertings, carnal objections, and dreadful condemnings cast upon it; and closed up with an account of some principles, practises and wayes which have sealed up this mysterie, and thereby held down the saints in weakness, and shut up the world in darkness for so long a time.
Higgins, Alexander, of Craigforth, fl. 1695. / [1695] To His Grace, His Majesties High Commissioner, and the Right Honourable the Estates of Parliament. Mr. Allexander Higgins of Craigforth.
Higgons, Theophilus, 1578?-1659. / [1611] A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the third of March, 1610. By Theophilus Higgons. In testimony of his heartie reunion with the Church of England, and humble submission thereunto. Published by command
Higgons, Theophilus, 1578?-1659. / [1609] The first motiue of T.H. Maister of Arts, and lately minister, to suspect the integrity of his religion which was detection of falsehood in D. Humfrey, D. Field, & other learned protestants, touching the question of purgatory, and prayer for the dead. VVith his particular considerations perswading him to embrace the Catholick doctrine in theis, and other points. An appendix intituled, try before you trust. Wherein some notable vntruths of D. Field, and D. Morton are discouered.
Higgons, Theophilus, 1578?-1659. / [1608] A briefe consideration of mans iniquitie, and Gods iustice wherein the distinction of 1. sinnes into veniall, mortall, 2. sinnes and punishments into æquall, vnæquall is scholastically examined.
Higgons, Theophilus, 1578?-1659. / [1609] The apology of Theophilus Higgons lately minister, now Catholique VVherein the letter of Sir Edvv. Hoby Knight, directed vnto the sayd T.H. in answere of his first motiue, is modestly examined, and clearely refuted.
Higgons, Thomas, Sir, 1624-1691. / [1684] The history of Isuf Bassa, captain general of the Ottoman army at the invasion of Candia
Higham, John, 17th cent. / [1675] A looking-glass for loyalty, or, The subjects duty to his soveraign being the substance of several sermons preached by a person who always looked upon his allegiance as incorporated into his religion ...
Hildebrandt, Andreas, d. 1637. / [1632] The genealogie and pedigree of the most illustrious and most mighty kings in Sueden. Collected out of sundry writers of histories from the yeare 1250, vnto this present time, produced and published. By Andrevv Hildebrandt, Doctor in Physicke, and physitian for the body to the Duke of Pomeren. First, printed in Stettin, in High-Dutch, by Nicholas Barthold, anno, 1631. And translated into English, by Sr. S.L. Knight.
Hilder, Thomas. / [1653] Conjugall counsell, or, Seasonable advice, both to unmarried, and married persons directing the first how to enter into marriage estate, and the other how to demeane themselves in the Christian discharge of all such duties as that estate of life blads them to, that God may have glory, the church edification, and themselves and families, present and future comfort, tending much (by the blessing of God) to a through reformation of all the enormities of these evil times / by T.H. ...
Hildesley, Mark. / [1685] Religio jurisprudentis, or, The lawyer's advice to his son in counsels, essays, and other miscellanies, calculated chiefly to prevent the miscarriages of youth, and for the Orthodox establishment of their morals in years of maturity / per Philanthropum.
Hildeyard, John, b. 1662 or 3. / [1683] A sermon preached at the funeral of the Right Honourable Robert Earl and Viscount Yarmouth, Baron of Paston and Lord Lieutenant of the County of Norfolk by John Hildeyard.
Hill, Adam, d. 1595. / [1595] The crie of England A sermon preached at Paules Crosse in September 1593 by Adam Hill Doctor of Diuinitie, & published at the request of the then Lord Maior of the citie of London, and others the aldermen his brethren.
Hill, Augustine, d. 1660. / [1640] The peace of enmity. A sermon preached in Paules Church the 12 day of February, in the yeere of our Lord God, 1639. By Augustine Hill, rector of Dengey in the county of Essex.
Hill, Augustine, d. 1660. / [1640] The splendour of the spouse A sermon preached in the parish church of Ware, Anno Domini, 1638. By Augustine Hill, rector of Dengey, in the county of Essex.
Hill, Edmund Thomas, ca. 1563-1644. / [1600] A quartron of reasons of Catholike religion, with as many briefe reasons of refusall: By Tho. Hill.
Hill, John, of York. / [printed in the yeare 1659] A penny post: or, a vindication of the liberty and birthright of every English-man in carrying merchants & other men's letters, against any restraint of farmers of such employments. By John Hill.
Hill, John, preacher of Gods word at Dublin. / [1614] The penitent sinners entertainement. Set foorth by Mr. Iohn Hill, Student in Diuinitie, and now Preacher of Gods Word at Dublin in Ireland.
Hill, John, Sir, fl. 1700. / [1700?] Unto the right honourable, the Lords of His Majesties Privie Council, the petition of Sir John Hill late collonel of the regiment at Fort-William.
Hill, Joseph, 1625-1707. / [1685] The providence of God in sudden death ordinary and extraordinary vindicated and improved in a funeral sermon for Mrs. Mary Reve, wife to Mr. Nicholas Reve, merchant : first preached to the English Church in Rotterdam, January 14, 1685, and since enlarged / by Joseph Hill.
Hill, Joseph, 1625-1707. / [1673] The interest of these United Provinces being a defence of the Zeelanders choice : wherein is shewne I. That we ought unanimously to defend our selves, II. That if we cannot, it is better to be under England than France, in regard of religion, liberty, estates, and trade, III. That we are not yet to come to that extremity, but we may remaine a republick, and that our compliance with England is the onely meanes for this : together with severall remarkes upon the present, and conjectures on the future state of affaires in Europe, especially as relating to this republick / by a wellwisher to the reformed religion, and the welfare of these countries.
Hill, Joseph, 1625-1707. / [1696] Dissertation concerning the antiquity of temples wherein is shewn, that there were none before the tabernacle, erected by Moses in the wilderness from histories, sacred and profane.
Hill, Oliver, Agent. / [1689] Epistola ad anglos. Being an introduction out of a larger treatise into the mysteries of true Christian religion, by Oliver Hill, exise for the law and the Gospel at Lisbon in Portugal.
Hill, Robert, d. 1623. / [1613] The pathvvay to prayer and pietie Containing, 1 An exposition of the Lords Prayer, with an apologie for publicke, and priuate set prayer. 2 A preparation to the Lords Supper, with Ma. Zanchius confession, confirming that sacrament. 3 A direction to a Christian life, both in our generall and particular callings. 4 An instruction to die well, and a consolation against all crosses. With diuers prayers, and thanksgiuings fit for this treatise. By Robert Hill, Doctor in Diuinitie.
Hill, Robert, d. 1623. / [1606] Christs prayer expounded, a Christian directed, and a communicant prepared The first teaching to pray, the second to liue, the third to receiue the sacrament of Christs body. To which is added, a preface of prayer, a pithie prayer for Christian families. A thankes giuing for our deliuerance from treason by gunpowder, and learned Latin verses of that argument. By Robert Hill, preacher at Saint Martins in the fields.
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716. / [1692] Solomon and Abiathar, or, The case of the deprived bishops and clergy discussed, between Eucheres a conformist, and Dyscheres a recusant
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716. / [1695] A vindication of the primitive Fathers against the imputations of Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum, in his Discourse on the divinity and death of Christ referred to the sense and judgment of the church universal, the arch-bishops and bishops of the Church of England, the two famous universities of Oxon and Cambridge, and the next session of the convocation / Samuel Hill ...
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716. / [1696] A debate on the justice and piety of the present constitution under K. William in two parts, the first relating to the state, the second to the church : between Eucheres, a conformist, and Dyscheres, a recusant / by Samuel Hill ...
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716. / [1698] The rites of the Christian church further defended in answer to the appeal of Dr. Wake : with a letter to Mr. Hill ... on the account of the Municipium ecclesiasticum, as also an answer / by Sam. Hill ...
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716. / [1697] Municipum ecclesiasticum, or, The rights, liberties, and authorities of the Christian Church asserted against all oppressive doctrines, and constitutions, occasioned by Dr. Wake's book, concerning the authority of Christian princes over ecclesiastical synods, &c.
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716. / [1699] A breif [sic] enquiry into the ground, authority, and rights, of ecclesiastical synods; upon the principles of Scripture and right reason occasion'd by a late book, intitul'd, Municipium ecclesiasticum: &c.
Hill, Thomas, b. ca. 1528. / [1572] [A prognostication made for the yeare of our Lorde God, 1572. wherein at large is set forth the description of the fovver quarters of the yeare, with the prediction of the weather for euery day, exactly calculated for Oxenforde. By Thomas Hill, of London student.].
Hill, Thomas, fl. 1680. / [between 1678-1681] The doleful dance, and song of death; intituled, Dance after my pipe. To a pleasant new tune.
Hill, William, 1619-1667. / [1660] A New-Years-gift for women.: Being a true looking-glass which they seldome have in their own closets, where (for the most part) are none but flattering ones: but hereby, and herein, they may truly, plainly, and directly, see their duties, both towards God, and their own husbands. With an epistle dedicatory, directed to the feminine gender (never done before) nor the like extant in no printed book. However, many have dedicated to one or two vertuous ladies, upon some good reasons moving the author thereunto. But never any (as this is) to the whole sex of women, of what rank or quality soever they be.
Hilliard, John / [1613] Fire from heauen. Burning the body of one Iohn Hittchell of Holne-hurst, within the parish of Christ-church, in the county of South-hampton the 26. of Iune last 1613. who by the same was consumed to ashes, and no fire seene, lying therein smoaking and smothering three dayes and three nights, not to bequenched [sic] by water, nor the help of mans hand. VVith the lamentable burning of his house and one childe, and the grieuous scorching of his wife: with the birth of a monster, and many other strange things hapning about the same time: the like was neuer seene nor heard of. / Written by Iohn Hilliard Preacher of the word of life in Sopley. Reade and tremble. With the fearefull burning of the towne of Dorchester vpon friday the 6 of August last 1613.
Hills, Lydia, fl. ca. 1694. / [1695] A relation of the miraculous cure of Mrs. Lydia Hills: of a lameness of seventeen or eighteen years continuance, and extraordinary pains attending it, on Saturday the 17th of November, 1694. : With her desposition of the same before the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Lane, Lord Mayor of the City of London.
Hilton, John, 1599-1657. / [1627] Cantus: Ayres, or Fa las for three voyces. Newly composed and published by Iohn Hilton, Bachelor of Musicke
Hinckley, John, 1617?-1695. / [1657] Two sermons preached before the judges of assize 1. At Reading, on Cant: 7.4, 2. At Abingdon, on Ps. 82.1 : with two other sermons preached at St. Maries on Oxford, 1. On I Cor. 15.10, 2. On Psalm 58.11 / by John Hinckley ...
Hinckley, John, 1617?-1695. / [1661] A sermon preach'd at the funerals of that worthy personage George Purefoy the elder of Wadley in Berks, esq., who was buried by his ancestors at Drayton in Leicestershire, April 21, 1661 by Jo. Hinckley.
Hinckley, John, 1617?-1695. / [1670] Pithanelogia, or, A perswasive to conformity by way of a letter to the dissenting brethren / by a country minister.
Hincks, Elizabeth. / [1671] The poor widows mite, cast into the Lord's treasury wherein are contained some reasons in the justification of the meetings of the people of God called Quakers with an approbation of several truths held by them, and the ground of dark persecution discussed / written by a woman of the south, who came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of him that is greater than Solomon, and doth a far off behold the happy estate of his friends and servants who stand continually before him, to hear and receive wisdom from him, who is the true Emanuel, now left it should be counted a libel or any should think we dare for own it in the world, I have subscribed my name.
Hind, James, d. 1652. / [1651] The humble petition of James Hind (close prisoner in New-gate): to the right honourable the Councell of State; and their proceedings thereupon. Together with the speech and confession of the Bishop of Clonwel at the place of execution at Limmerick in Ireland, on the 9 of this instant November, 1651. As also, his prayer immediately before he was turned off the ladder; and his declaration to the people, concerning the King of Scots; and the grounds of his engagement against the Parliament. Likewise, the manner of the deportment of General Oneal, and 29 colonels and other officers, who were all hanged at the same time.
Hinde, John, 17th cent. / [1653] The voyce of Providence asserted, and the followers of God in the waies of His Providence justified: in a letter sent by John Hinde to a minister in London, who denied the former and condemned the latter.
Hinde, Samuel. / [1662] Iter Lusitanicum, or, The Portugal voyage with what memorable passages interven'd at the shipping, and in the transportation of her Most Sacred Majesty Katherine, Queen of Great Britain, from Lisbon, to England, exactly observed by him that was eye-witnesse of the same, who though he publish this, conceals his name / by S.H. ...
Hinde, Samuel. / [1663] England's prospective-glasse a sermon at a metropolitical visitation held at the cathedral church of Christ in Canterbury on the 29th of April, 1663 : preacht before the right reverend father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of Chichester ... representative of the most reverend father in God, William ... Lord Archbishop of Canterbury ... / by Sam. Hinde, one of His Majesties chaplains, and present incumbent of St. Mary's Church in Dover ...
Hinde, Samuel, fl. 1634. / [1634] A free-vvill offering, or, a Pillar of praise with a thankfull remembrance for the receit of mercies, in a long voyage, and happy arrivall. First preached in Fen-Church, the 7 of September, 1634. now published by the author, Samuel Hinde.
Hinde, Thomas, fl. 1673. / [1673] Under God. Humbly desiring his blessing to this famous and wonderful never failing cordial drink of the world. The great preserver of manking. A secret far beyond any thing yet known to the world. Never published by any but by me Thomas Hinde G. in London, most approved and admirable for its excellent vertues and uses.
Hinde, William, 1569?-1629. / [1641] A faithfull remonstrance of the holy life and happy death of Iohn Bruen of Bruen-Stapleford, in the county of Chester, Esquire ... by the late reverend divine William Hinde ...
Hinde, William, 1569?-1629. / [1622] The office and vse of the morall law of God in the dayes of the gospell iustified, and explained at large by Scriptures, Fathers, and other orthodoxe diuines, so farre as occasion was giuen by a scandalous pamphlet sent abroad of late into the hands of diuers good Christians, pretending great reason and reading for the vtter abrogating and abolishing of the whole Law of Moses since the death of Christ. By William Hinde, sometimes fellow of Queenes Colledge in Oxford, and now preacher of Gods Word at Bunbury in Cheshire.
Hindmarsh, Thomas. / [1680] A sermon preach'd in the cathedral of Lincoln, August 1, 1680 (being the assize Sunday) by Tho. Hindmarsh ...
Hinton, Benjamin. / [1650] Eighteene choice and usefull sermons,: by Benjamin Hinton, B.D. late minister of Hendon. And sometime fellow of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge. Imprimatur, Edm: Calamy. 1650.
Hinton, Edward, 1608 or 9-1678. / [1643] The vanity of self-boasters, or, The prodigious madnesse of tyrannizing Sauls, mis-leading doegs, or any others whatsoever, which peremptorily goe on, and atheistically glory in their shame and mischief in a sermon preached at the funerall of John Hamnet, gent. late of the parish of Maldon in Surrey / by E.H. Minister ...
Hinton, John, d. 1720. / [1685] A sermon preached in the parish church of Newbury, Berks, on the 26th of July, 1685 being the day of Thanksgiving for His Majesty's late victory over the rebels / by John Hinton.
Hippen, H. / [1700?] At the Crown and Golden-Ball on London-Bridge, where is a free entry, next door to London-Bridge Coffee-house near St. Magnus Church, liveth H. Hippen.
Hippocrates. / [ca. 1545] Prognosticacion, drawen out of the bookes of Ipocras, Avicen, and other notable auctours of physycke, shewynge the daunger of dyvers syckenesses, that is to saye, whether in peryl of death be in them or not, the pleasure of almyghty God reseruyd..
Hitchcock, John. / [1697] The reasonableness and necessity of the Christian faith manifested in a sermon / preach'd before the right honourable the lord mayor at Guild-Hall Chapel, Oct. 17, 1697, by John Hitchcock ...
Hitchcock, John, student in the Middle Temple. / [1617] A sanctuary for honest men. Or An abstract of humane wisedome. Contayning, a certaine way leading to a perfect knowledge of Man, and directing to a discreet cariage in the vvhole course of our humane condition. Collected and composed by Io: Hitchcock student in the Middle Temple.