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Juan de Santa María, fray, d. 1622.  / [M.DC.XXXII. 1632. ] Christian policie: or The christian common-wealth. Published for the good of Kings, and Princes, and such as are in authoritie vnder them, and trusted with state affaires. / Written in Spanish, and translated into English..
Jubbes, John. / [Decemb. 22. 1648] Several proposals for peace & freedom, by an agreement of the people,: offered unto Commissary General Ireton for the concurrence of the Army, by the approbation and consent of many worthy persons of the Common Councel and others of the city of London, on the eleventh of this instant December, to be agreed unto, and subscribed by all the inhabitants of England & VVales.
Jubbes, John. / [1685] The judges opinions delivered before His Grace the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, in the cause between John St. Leger, Esq; plaintiff, and John Barret, Esq; defendant Taken by the register of the High Court of Chancery, Saturday the 8th of February, 1678. Present, Lord Chancellor, Lord Chief Justice Booth, Lord Chief Baron, Sir Richard Kennedy, Mr. Justice Johnson, Mr. Justice Jones, Sir Richard Reynell.
Jubbes, John. / [1649] An apology unto the honorable and other the honored and worthy officers of his Excellencies the Lord Generals Army, by Lieut. Col. John Jubbes. Touching his proceeding in a paper (called, Proposals for peace and freedom, offered from many worthy citizens unto Commissary General Ireton, for the concurrence of the Army,) after the prohibition of things of that nature. Imprimatur, Gilb. Mabbot.
Julian, of Norwich, b. 1343. / [MDCLXX 1670] XVI revelations of divine love shewed to a devout servant of our Lord called Mother Juliana, an anchorete of Norwich, who lived in the dayes of King Edward the Third / published by R.F.S. Cressy.
Julius, Alexander. / [1612] In Henricum Fridericum primogenitum Iacobi ter maximi Regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Galliæ, & Hiberniæ: serenissimum vero Walliae principem, morbo de hac vita decedentem Novemb. 1612 lachrymæ Alexr. Julii Scoti, suo & conterraneorum suorum nomine, namâq[ue] ab vno disce omnes.
Julius, of Milan. / [mense Maio May 1552] Of the Christian Sabboth a godlye treatise of Mayster Iulius of Milayne / translated out of Italian into English, by Thomas Langley.
Junius Anonymus. / [1652] Alazono-Mastix: or The character of a Cockney:: in a satyricall poem. : Dedicated (as a New-years-gift) to the Apprentices of London. By Junius Anonymus, a London Apprentice.
Junius, Franciscus, 1545-1602. / [1602.] A Christian letter, containing a graue and godly admonition to such as make separation from the church assemblies in England and elsewhere. VVritten in Latine, by that most Reuerend and learned man, Master Francis Iunius, diuinitie reader at Leyden in Holland, and translated into English, by R G..
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1689] Seasonable advice to all Protestants in Europe of what persuasion soever, for uniting and defending themselves against popish tyranny written in French by ... Peter Jurieu ; done out of French.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1689] The reflections of the reverend and learned Monsieur Jurieu, upon the strange and miraculous exstasies of Isabel Vincent, the shepardess of Saov in Dauphiné who ever since February last hath sung psalms, prayed, preached, and prophesied about the present times in her trances : as also upon the wonderful and portentous trumpetings and singing of psalms that were heard by thousands in the air, in many parts of France, in the year 1686 : taken out of the pastoral letters of the 1st and 15th day of October last : to which is added, A letter of a gentleman in Dauphiné, to a friend of His in Geneva, containing the discourses and prophesies of the shepherdess / all faithfully translated out of the French copies ...
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1689] The pastoral letters of the incomparable Jurieu directed to the Protestants in France groaning under the Babylonish tyranny, translated : wherein the sophistical arguments and unexpressible cruelties made use of by the papists for the making converts, are laid open and expos'd to just abhorrence : unto which is added, a brief account of the Hungarian persecution.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1681] The policy of the clergy of France, to destroy the Protestants of that kingdom wherein is set down the ways and means that have been made use of for these twenty years last past, to root out the Protestant religion : in a dialogue between two papists : humbly offered to the consideration of all sincere Protestants, but principally of His Most Sacred Majesty and the Parliament at Oxford.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1692] A plain method of Christian devotion laid down in discourses, meditations, and prayers : fitted to the vaious occasions of a religious life / translated and revised from the French of Monsieur Jurieu.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [MDCXCV 1695] A pastoral letter written on the occasion of the death of the late Queen of England, of blessed memory with reflections on the greatness of that loss to Europe / by Peter Jurieu ...
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1688] Monsieur Jvriev's Pastoral letters, directed to the Protestants in France, who groan under the Babylonish captivity translated out of the French.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1689] Monsieur Jvriev's judgment upon the question of defending our religion by arms, with reflections upon the affairs of England, in his ninth pastoral letter of the third year faithfully translated out of French.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1698] M. Jurieu, the famous French Protestant divine, his account of the present persecution of the Protestants in France.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1686?] Le dragon missionaire, or, The dragoon turn'd apostle: being a dialaogue between a French Protestant-gentleman, and a French dragoon, wherein the new-way of convverting hereticks by dragoons is very lively and truly represented : to which is annexed a letter of Monsieur Jurieu to a French gentleman of quality, upon his dragonary conversion / translated out of the original French ; suppressed in the the late reign, but now re[pr?]inted ...
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1682] The last efforts of afflicted innocence being an account of the persecution of the Protestants of France, and a vindication of the reformed religion from the aspersions of disloyalty and rebellion, charg'd on it by the papists / translated out of French.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1688] La politique des Jesuites
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1684] The history of the Council of Trent is eight books : whereunto is prefixt a disourse containing historical reflexions on councils, and particularly on the conduct of the Council of Trent, proving that the Protestants are not oblig'd to submit thereto / written in French by Peter Jurieu ... ; and now done into English.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [M. DC. LXXXVII 1687] Eclaircissemens sur les scandales injustement pris d'un livre intitule' L'ouverture de l'epitre aux Romains, par l'explication du vers. 27 du chap. 3
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1687] The accomplishment of the Scripture prophecies, or, The approaching deliverance of the church proving that the papacy is the antichristian kingdom ... that the present persecution may end in three years and-half, after which the destruction of Antichrist shall begin, which shall be finisht in the beginning of the next age, and then the kingdom of Christ shall come upon earth / written in French by Mr. Peter Jurieu ... ; in two parts ; faithfully Englished from the new French edition, corrected and enlarged by almost a third part, with the explication of the visions of Daniel and the Revelation.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713. / [1688] A continuation of the accomplishment of the Scripture-prophesies, or, A large deduction of historical evidences proving that the papacy is the real antichristian kingdom to which is added A confirmation of the exposition of the sixteenth chapter of the Revelation concerning the pouring out of the vials / written in French by Peter Jurieu ... faithfully Englished.
Jurin, John. / [1657] A true, and exact relation of the difference between Mr. Christopher Cisner, one of the pastors of the French Church in London, and others of the consistory thereof, and John Jurin senior, merchant, a member of the same church Wherein the treacherous dealings towards the French churches in England, and erroneous doctrine asserted by Mr. Cisner, and his obstinacie, either to maintein, or retract it, are discovered: as also, the unjust defending him therein by that consistory, and their irregular proceedings against Mr. Jurin, are palpably objected to publique consideration. For the vindication of the said Mr. Jurin. By publique licence.
Jury-man. / [1653] A jury-man's judgement upon the case of Lieut. Col. John Lilburn: proving, by well-grounded arguments, both to his own and every jury-man's conscience, that they may not, cannot, ought not finde him guilty upon the Act of Parliament made for his banishment, and to be a felon for returning into England. That if any should or shall be tempted or misled so to do, they are notorious murtherers by the law of England, it being the worst of crimes that is done by colour of law. And, that it is as great a wickedness for any, (either judges, or sheriffs, or any other person) to have a hand in his death upon that Act, as wilfully to murther him.
Justice of peace. / [1670?] A letter from a justice of peace to a counsellor at law concerning conventicles, with the counsellors reply
Juvenal. / [1675] The vvish, being the tenth satyr of Juvenal, peraphrastically rendered in pindarick verse by a person, sometimes fellow of Trin. Col. Dublin.
Juvenal. / [1673] Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and Aulus Persius Flaccus translated and illustrated as well with sculpture as notes / by Barten Holyday ...