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La Bizardière, M. de (Michel-David) / [1700] An historical account of the divisions in Poland, from the death of K. John Sobieski, to the settlement of the present king on the throne containing a particular relation of the late king's death, and of all the intrigues of the several candidates, till the coronation of the Elector of Saxony / translated from the French original ; written by M. de la Biazdiere.
La Calprenède, Gaultier de Coste, seigneur de, d. 1663. / [1652] Cleopatra a new romance / written originally in French by the fam'd author of Cassandra and now Englished by a gent. of the Inner-Temple.
La Chaise, François d'Aix de, 1624-1709. / [1688] Father La Chaise's project for the extirpation of hereticks in a letter from him to Father P---rs.
La Chambre, Marin Cureau de, 1594-1669. / [1661] A discourse upon the passions in two parts / written originally in French, Englished by R.W.
La Chambre, Marin Cureau de, 1594-1669. / [1658] A discourse on the principles of chiromancy by monsieur de la Chambre, counsellor to the king of France in his counsels, and his physitian in ordinary ; Englished by a person of quality.
La Chambre, Marin Cureau de, 1594-1669. / [1657 i.e. 1658] A discourse of the knowledg of beasts,: wherein all that hath been said for, and against their ratiocination, is examined. / By Monsieur de la Chambre, counsellor to the King of France in his counsels, and his physitian in ordinary. Translated into English by a person of quality.
La Chapelle, M. de (Jean), 1655-1723. / [1681] The unequal match, or, The life of Mary of Anjou Queen of Majorca an historical novel.
La Charrière, Joseph de, d. 1690. / [MDCXCV 1695] A treatise of chirurgical operations after the newest, and most exact method founded on the structure of the parts ... : to which is annex'd A general idea of wounds / written originally by Joseph De la Charier ; and translated into English by R. B.
La Chétardie, Trotti de, chevalier, d. 1703. / [1683] Instructions for a young nobleman, or, The idea of a person of honour done out of French.
La Fayette, Madame de (Marie-Madeleine Pioche de La Vergne), 1634-1693. / [1666] The princess of Monpensier written originally in French, and now newly rendered into English.
La Fayette, Madame de (Marie-Madeleine Pioche de La Vergne), 1634-1693. / [1678] Zayde a Spanish history, or, romance / originally written in French by Monsieur Segray ; done into English by P. Porter, Esq.
La Fayette, Madame de (Marie-Madeleine Pioche de La Vergne), 1634-1693. / [1678] Zayde a Spanish history, being a pleasant and witty novel : in two parts, compleat / originally written in French by Monsieur Segray ; done into English by P. Porter, Esq.
La Fin, Charles de. / [1693] Sermo mirabilis: or The silent language. Whereby one may learn prefectly [sic] in the space of six hours, how to impart his mind to any friend in any language, English, French, Dutch, &c. tho never so deep and dangerous a secret, without the least noise, word or voice; and without the knowledge of any in company. Being a wonderful art kept secret for several ages, in Padua, and now only published to the wise and prudent, who will not expose it, as a prostitute, to every foolish, and ignorant fellow. / By Monsieur La Fin, once secretary to his Eminence the Cardinal of Richlieu.
La Fin, Charles de. / [March, 22. 1641 i.e. 1642] A letter written upon occasion from the Low-countries,: concerning a difference, betwixt the Prince of Orange, and the states, shewing upon what occasion it grew. Whereunto is added, aviso's from severall places, of the taking of the Iland of Providence, by the Spaniard, from the English.
La Fontaine, sieur de. / [1678] The military duties of the officers of cavalry containing the way of exercising the horse according to the practice of this present time : the motions of horse, the function of the several officers, from the chief captain to the brigadeer / written originally in French by the Sieur de la Fontaine, ingineer in ordinary to the most Christain king and translated for the use of those who are desirous to be informed of the art of war as it is practised in France, by A.L.
La Framboisière, Nicholas Abraham de, b. 16th cent. / [1684] The art of physick made plain & easie by the learned D. Fambresarius ... ; translated out of his famous book De schola medecin by J.P.
La Framboisière, Nicolas Abraham de, b. 16th century. / [1640?] An easy method to know the causes and signs of the humour most ruleth in the body and to avoid thereby things hurtful: as also to enable men to give better account of the state of their bodies, when they are diseased to the physitian, and not hazard the lives of themselves and their freinds by only urging him to prophesy (and that often falsily) the disease by onely the inspection of vrine.
La Haye, de. / [1671] The policy and government of the Venetians both in civil and military affairs / written in French by the Sieur de la Hay, and faithfully Englished.
La Hire, Philippe de, 1640-1718. / [1685] Gnomoniques, or, The art of drawing sun-dials on all sorts of planes by different methods with the geometrical demonstrations of all the operations / by Mr. De la Hire of the Royal Academy of Sciences, ; rendred into English and illustrated by an example in numbers by John Leek, professor of the mathematicks.
La Loubère, Simon de, 1642-1729. / [1693] A new historical relation of the kingdom of Siam by Monsieur De La Loubere ... ; done out of French, by A.P. Gen. R.S.S.
La Marteliere, Pierre de, d. 1631. / [1612] The argument of Mr. Peter de la Marteliere aduocate in the Court of Parliament of Paris made in Parliament, the chambers thereof being assembled. For the Rector and Vniuersitie of Paris, defendants and opponents, against the Iesuits demandants, and requiring the approbation of the letters patents which they had obtained, giuing them power to reade and to teach publikely in the aforesaid Vniuersitie. Translated out of the French copie set forth by publike authoritie.
La Martinière, Pierre Martin de, 1634-1690. / [1674] A new voyage into the northern countries being a discription of the manners, customs, superstition, buildings, and habits of the Norwegians, Laponians, Kilops, Borandians, Siberians, Samojedes, Zemblans, and Islanders : with reflexions upon an error in our geographers about the scituation and extent of Greenland and Nova Zembla.
La Mothe Le Vayer, François de, 1583-1672. / [1678] The great prerogative of a private life by way of dialogue / written by the learned Horatius Tubero or The Sieur Moth-le-Vayer.
La Mothe, Claude Grostãete, sieur de, 1647-1713. / [1693] Two discourses concerning the divinity of Our Saviour whereunto are added some articles subscribed by all the French divines in or about London, in opposition to the Socinians / translated out of French.
La Mothe, Claude Grostãete, sieur de, 1647-1713. / [1694] The inspiration of the New Testament asserted and explain'd in answer to some modern writers / by C.G. La Mothe ...
La Motte, François de. / [1675] The abominations of the Church of Rome discovered in a recantation-sermon lately preached in the French church of the Savoy : whereunto are added many curious particulars of the practices of the papists beyond the seas / by Franc. de La Motte ... ; English'd.
La Musse, Margaret de, Lady, 1664 or 5-1681. / [1687] The triumphs of grace: or, The last words and edifying death of the Lady Margaret de la Musse a noble French lady, who died in May 1681. Aged but sixteen years. Englished by P. L.
La Noue, Odet de, seigneur de Téligny, d. 1618. / [1594] The profit of imprisonment. A paradox, vvritten in French by Odet de la Noue, Lord of Teligni, being prisoner in the castle of Tournay. Translated by Iosuah Silvester.
La Peyrère, Isaac de, 1594-1676. / [1655] A theological systeme upon the presupposition, that men were before Adam the first part.
La Place, Pierre de, 1520-1572. / [1576] A treatise of the excellencie of a christian man, and how he may be knowen. Written in French by Master Peter de la Place, one of the Kings counsel, and chiefe president of his court of aides in Paris. Whereunto is adioyned a briefe description of the life and death of the said authour, to the end that euerie one may knowe what he was. Translated into English by L. Tomson.
La Place, Pierre de, 1520-1572. / [1578] Politique discourses, treating of the differences and inequalities of vocations, as well publique, as priuate with the scopes or endes wherevnto they are directed. Translated out of French, by Ægremont Ratcliffe Esquire.
La Placette, Jean, 1629-1718. / [1687] Six conferences concerning the Eucharist wherein is shewed, that the doctrine of transubstantiation overthrows the proofs of Christian religion.
La Placette, Jean, 1629-1718. / [1588 i.e. 1688] Of the incurable scepticism of the Church of Rome
La Planche, Louis Régnier de, ca. 1530-ca. 1580. / [1577] A legendarie, conteining an ample discourse of the life and behauiour of Charles Cardinal of Lorraine, and of his brethren, of the house of Guise. Written in French by Francis de L'isle.
La Primaudaye, Pierre de, b. ca. 1545. / [1601] The third volume of the French academie contayning a notable description of the whole world, and of all the principall parts and contents thereof: as namely, of angels both good and euill: of the celestiall spheres, their order and number: of the fixed stars and planets; their light, motion, and influence: of the fower elements, and all things in them, or of them consisting: and first of firie, airie, and watrie meteors or impressions of comets, thunders, lightnings, raines, snow, haile, rainebowes, windes, dewes, frosts, earthquakes, &c. ingendered aboue, in, and vnder the middle or cloudie region of the aire. And likewise of fowles, fishes, beasts, serpents, trees with their fruits and gum; shrubs, herbes, spices, drugs, minerals, precious stones, and other particulars most worthie of all men to be knowen and considered. Written in French by that famous and learned gentleman Peter de la Primaudaye Esquier, Lord of the same place, and of Barree: and Englished by R. Dolman.
La Roberdière, Alexandre de. / [M D C L X X X 1680] Voyage de l'amour en Angleterre: dedie a Madame la Duchesse de Portsmouth.
La Roberdière, Alexandre de. / [1684] Love victorious, or, The adventures of Oronces and Eugenia a novel / written in French by the Sieur de la Roberdiere ; translated by J.E.
La Roberdière, Alexandre de. / [Imprimé en l'an 1680] Les stratagemes d'amour nouvelle curieuse, dedi è è a Madame la Duchesse Mazarin / par le Sieur de la Roberdiere.
La Roche-Guilhen, Mlle de (Anne), 1644-1707. / [1692] Zingis a Tartarian history / written in Spanish ; and translated into English by J.M. ...
La Roche-Guilhen, Mlle de (Anne), 1644-1707. / [1680] Royal loves, or, The unhappy prince a novel / written in French by a person of quality ; now rendred into English.
La Roche-Guilhen, Mlle de (Anne), 1644-1707. / [1677] Rare en tout comedie meslée de musique et de balets represantée devant sa majesté sur le Theatre Royal de Whitehall.
La Rochefoucauld, François, duc de, 1613-1680. / [MDCLXXXVI. 1686] An historical account of the late troubles during the wars of Paris. Containing the material transactions, and private intrigues practised by the rebels and traytors, for obtaining the regency and government. Shewing the endeavours used by them to maintain a confederacy disadvantageous to the Kings authority. With the manner of their imprisoning the court, the nobility, and the people. And an account of the Parliaments proceedings, in declaring them enemies to the King and government.
La Rue, Charles de, 1643-1725. / [1695] A funeral oration or sermon upon the most high, most potent Lord, Francis Henry De Montmorancy ... prounc'd at Paris, in the church of the Profess'd House of the Company of Jesus, the 21 st. of April, 1695, by Father De la Rue, of the same society ; from the french original.
La Sale, Antoine de, b. 1388? / [ca. 1507] [The fifteen joys of marriage.]:
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [1640] The secretary in fashion: or, A compendious and refined way of expression in all manner of letters. Composed in French by P. Sr de la Serre, historiographer of France. And translated into English, by John Massinger, Gent.
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [1639] The mirrour which flatters not Dedicated to their Maiesties of Great Britaine, by Le Sieur de la Serre, historiographer of France. Enriched with faire figures. Transcrib'd English from the French, by T.C. And devoted to the well-disposed readers.
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [1658] The mirrour which flatters not concerning the contempt of the world, or the meditation of death, of Philip King of Macedon, Saladine, Adrian, and Alexander the Great / by Le Sieur de la Serre ... ; transcribed English from the French, by T. Cary.
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [M.DC.XXXIX 1639] Histoire de l'entree de la reyne mere du roy tres Chrestien, dans la Grande-Bretaigne Enrichie de planches. Par le Sr. de la Serre, Historigraphe de France.
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [1664] Ethice christiana, or, The school of wisdom wherein the grounds of moral philosophy are demonstrated to comply with the principles of Christian religion, by a mixt exercise of grace and vertu / written originally in French ... by M. De la Serre ; and done into English by J.A.
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [M. DC. XXXVIII 1638] An alarum for ladyes by the Sieur de la Serre, historiographer of France ; nevvly turn'd out of Franch [sic] into English by Francis Hawkins, dravving on to the tenth yeare of his age.
La Vallette, Monsieur de. / [1700] Lettre de monsieur de la Vallette, cy-devant cure ́dans le diocese de Blois: pour servir de réponse à la lettre de monsieur l'evêque de Blois, & à messieurs de son clergé, sur son changement de religion.
La Vallière, Françoise-Louise de La Baume Le Blanc, duchesse de, 1644-1710. / [1685] The penitent lady: or Reflections on the mercy of God.: Written by the fam'd Madam La Valliere, since her retirement from the French king's court to a nunnery. Translated from the French by L.A. M.A.
La Varenne, François Pierre de, 1618-1678. / [1653] The French cook.: Prescribing the way of making ready of all sorts of meats, fish and flesh, with the proper sauces, either to procure appetite, or to advance the power of digestion. Also the preparation of all herbs and fruits, so as their naturall crudities are by art opposed; with the whole skil of pastry-work. Together with a treatise of conserves, both dry and liquid, a la mode de France. With an alphabeticall table explaining the hard words, and other usefull tables. / Written in French by Monsieur De La Varenne, clerk of the kitchin to the Lord Marquesse of Uxelles, and now Englished by I.D.G.
La Vauguion, de. / [1699] A compleat body of chirurgical operations containing the whole practice of surgery, with observations and remarks on each case, amongst which are inserted the several ways of delivering women in natural and unnatural labours : the whole illustrated with copper plates explaining the several bandages, sutures, and divers useful instruments / by M. de La Vauguion.
Labrune, Jean de. / [1691] The life of that most illustrious prince, Charles V, late Duke of Lorrain and Bar, generalissimo of the imperial armies rendred into English from the copy lately printed at Vienna, written by a person of quality, and a great officer in the imperial army.
Lacey, William, 1584-1673. / [anno M.DC.XXXIX. 1639] The iudgment of an vniuersity-man concerning M. VVilliam Chillingvvorth his late pamphlet, in ansvvere to Charity maintayned
Lacroix, François de, 1582-1644. / [Permissu superiorum. 1631] The litle garden of our B. Lady. Or, diuers practicall exercises in her honour. Written in Latin, by the R. Father Francis de la Croix, of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English
Lacroze, Jean Cornand de, d. ca. 1705. / [1691] The history of learning, or, An abstract of several books lately published, as well abroad, as at home by one of the two authors of the Universal and historical bibliotheque.
Lacroze, Jean Cornand de, d. ca. 1705. / [1694] An historical and geographical description of France extracted from the best authors, both ancient and modern. By J. De Lacrose, Eccl. Angl. Presb.
Lacy, J. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] The arraignment of Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, before the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord High-Steward of England also, a brief derivation of the most honourable family of the Howards : with an account of what families they are related to by marriages / transcribed out of ancient manuscripts, never before published.
Lacy, John, d. 1681. / [1699] A new Scotch song. Sett by Mr. Daniel Purcell, and sung in the last reviv'd play call'd, the taming of the Shrew, or, Sawny the Scot. Sung by Mrs. Harris.
Lady. / [1694] Scarron incens'd, or, His appearing to Madam de Maintenon, his late wife, reproaching her amours with Lewis the Great, present King of France and discovering several secrets of that court / written by a lady in French.
Lady. / [1679] The penitent hermit, or, The fruits of jealousie being a true and witty relation of a pleasant adventure / written by a Lady to a dutchess : in two parts compleat.
Lady. / [1697] Love in distress, or, The lucky discovery: a novel / written by the honourable Lady ***
Lady, fl. 1701. / [1696] The whole duty of a woman: or a guide to the female sex. From the age of sixteen to sixty, &c. Being directions, how women of all qualities and conditions, ought to behave themselves in the various circumstances of this life, for their obtaining not only present, but future happiness. I. Directions how to obtain the divine and moral virtues of piety, meekness, modesty, chastity, humility, compassion, temperance and affability, with their advantages, and how to avoyd the opposite vices. II. The duty of virgins, directing them what they ought to do, and what to avoyd, for gaining all the accomplishments required in that state. With the whole art of love, &c. 3. The whole duty of a wife, 4. The whole duty of a widow, &c. Also choice receipts in physick and chirurgery. With the whole art of cookery, preserving, candying, beautifying, &c. Written by a lady.
Lady, who onely desires to advance the glory of God, and not her own. / [1652] Eliza's babes, or, The virgins-offering being divine poems and meditations / written by a lady, who onely desires to advance the glory of God and not her own.
Ladyman, Samuel, 1625-1684. / [1658] The dangerous rule, or, A sermon preached at Clonmel in the province of Munster in Ireland, upon Aug. 3, 1657 before the reverend judges for that circuit by S.L., Master in Arts, and lately fellow of C.C.C. in Oxon.
Lafite, Daniel. / [1691] A friendly discourse between an English dissenter and a French Protestant concerning the liturgy and ceremonies of the Church of England. By Daniel la Fite, M.A. Rector of East-Dean, in the county of Sussex. The first part.
Lake, Arthur, 1569-1626. / [1629] Sermons vvith some religious and diuine meditations. By the Right Reuerend Father in God, Arthure Lake, late Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells. Whereunto is prefixed by way of preface, a short view of the life and vertues of the author.
Lake, Arthur, 1569-1626. / [1640] Ten sermons upon several occasions, preached at Saint Pauls Crosse, and elsewhere. By the Right Reverend Father in God Arthur Lake late Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Lake, Edward, 1641-1704. / [1684] A sermon preached at the Church of S. Mary le Bow, before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, on the thirtieth of January, MDCLXXXIII, being the anniversary day of humiliation for the martyrdom of K. Charles the First by Edward Lake ...
Lake, Edward, 1641-1704. / [1694] A sermon preach'd at the anniversary meeting of the sons of clergy-men in the church of St. Mary-le-Bow, on Thursday, December the 7th, 1693 printed at the request of the stewards of the feast, to whom it is humbly presented / by Edward Lake ...
Lake, Edward, 1641-1704. / [1673] Officium eucharisticum: A preparatory service, to a devout and worthy reception of the Lords supper. Designed for a person of quality; and now made publick for common use.
Lake, Edward, Sir, 1596 or 7-1674. / [1662] Memoranda : touching the oath ex officio, pretended self-accusation, and canonical purgation together with some notes about the making of some new, and alteration and explanation of some old laws, all most humbly submitted to the consideration of this Parliament / by Edw. Lake ...
Lake, John, 1624-1689. / [1671] Stephanos pistou, or, The true Christians character & crown described in a sermon at the parish church of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, July 15, 1669 at the funeral of Mr. William Cade, deputy of that ward / by John Lake.
Lake, John, 1624-1689. / [1670] A sermon preached at Whitehal upon the 29th day of May, 1670 being the day of His Majesties birth and happy restoration / by John Lake ...
Lake, John, 1624-1689. The declaration of the right reverend father in God John, late Lord Bishop of Chichester, upon his deathbed
Lake, John, 1624-1689. / [1690?] The character of a true Christian: described in a sermon at the parish church of St. Botolph Bishopsgate. At the funeral of Mr. William Cade, deputy of that ward. By John Lake, D. D. late rector of that parish; and now Lord Bishop of Chichister:
Lakin, Daniel, P.C. / [1642] A miraculous cure of the Prusian swallow-knife being dissected out of his stomack by the physitians of Regimonto, the chief city in Prusia : together with the testimony of the King of Poland, of the truth of this wonderfull cure : likewise the certificate of the lords the states and all the physitians of Leyden / translated out of the Lattin ; whereunto is added a treatise of the possibility of this cure with a history of our owne of the consolidation of a wound in the ventricle ; as also a survay of the former translation, and censure of their positions by Dan. Lakin, P.C.
Lalemant, Pierre, 1622-1673. / [Printed in the year, 1678] The holy desires of death. Or A collection of some thoughts of the fathers of the church: to shew how christians ought to despise life, and to desire death. By the R. P. Lalemant, prior of St. Genovese, and Chancellour of the University of Paris.
Lamb, Francis. / [1700] Astroscopium, or Two hemispheres, containing all the northern and southern constellations: projected upon the poles of the word [sic], according to the observations of Mr. Halley, which (by the help of a moveable horizon) are rendred serviceable in any latitude : the uses of which hemispheres are illustrated by variety of examples : whereunto is added, the antient poetical stories of the stars, shewing reasons why the several shapes and forms are pictures on the coelestical globes.
Lamb, Philip, d. 1689. / [printed in the year 1662] The royal presence, or, Gods tabernacle with men in a farewell sermon preached the 17. of August 1662. at Beere Regis in the county of Dorset; by that painfull and faithfull minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Mr. Philip Lambe. And committed to publick view, for the instruction, support, and comfort of others.
Lamb, Philip, d. 1689. / [1679] A funeral sernom [sic] delivered upon the sad occasion of the much lamented death of John Gould, late of Clapham, Esq; who put on immortality, Aug. 22, 1679 / by P. Lamb ...
Lamb, Thomas, d. 1686. / [1655] Truth prevailing against the fiercest opposition, or, An answer to Mr. Iohn Goodwins Water-dipping no firm footing for church communion wherein the invalidity of his twenty three considerations against withdrawing from those societies that want baptisme by the bodies burial in water is manifested, and the separation from such societies justified by the word of God : together with the discovery of his great mistakes in the exposition of eight chief Scriptures, wherewith he fighteth to overthrow Mr. Allens answer to his forty queries about church communion / by Thomas Lambe.
Lamb, Thomas, d. 1686. / [printed in the yeare, 1642] A treatise of particular predestination vvherein ar[e] answered three letters. 1. Tending to disprove particular predestination. 2. To shew the contradiction betwixt Christ dying for all, and Gods election of some. 3. To prove that the soule doth not come from the parent, and consequently that there is no originall sinne. By Thomas Lamb.
Lamb, Thomas, d. 1686. / [1672] A stop to the course of separation, or, The separation of the new separatists from the parish churches condemned by a sober answer to the chief pleas for this disordrely practise : wherein is discovered how contrary it is, 1. To the Holy Scriptures, 2. To the reason of the thing, 3. To the judgement of the old nonconformists, 4. To themselves heretofore.
Lamb, Thomas, d. 1686. / [Printed in the yeare, 1643] A confutation of infants baptisme, or an answer, to a treatice written by Georg Phillips, of Wattertowne in New England, in the defence of infants baptisme denying the true church to be formed by baptisme, and affirming it to be formed by a covenant acted by a company of believers, to become one, and anothers amongst themselves. Wherein, is plainely discovered that neither infants baptisme, nor yet such a covenant acted, can be Gods ordinance appointed by him for such end, as to constitute true visable churches: as also that baptisme of beleevers, and that only is Gods ordinance whereby true visible churches are rightly constituted and stated in their true being. By Thomas Lambe.
Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. / [Anno. Dom. 1581] Eirenarcha: or of the office of the iustices of peace in two bookes: gathered. 1579. and now reuised, and firste published, in the. 24. yeare of the peaceable reigne of our gratious Queene Elizabeth: by William Lambard of Lincolnes Inne Gent.
Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. / [Anno. 1576] A perambulation of Kent conteining the description, hystorie, and customes of that shyre. Collected and written (for the most part) in the yeare. 1570. by William Lambard of Lincolnes Inne Gent. and nowe increased by the addition of some things which the authour him selfe hath obserued since that time.
Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. / [1671] The duty and office of high-constables of hundreds, petty-constables, tythingmen, and such inferior ministers of the peace with the several duties and offices of churchwardens, overseers, and collectors for the poor, of surveyors for amending the higheways, and distributors of the provision for the destruction of noysom fowl and vermin / first collected by William Lambard, in the reign of Q. Elizabeth ; and now enlarged with many useful additions according to the succeeding statutes by R. Turner ...
Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. / [1582] The duties of constables, borsholders, tythingmen, and such other lowe ministers of the peace wherevnto be also adioined the seuerall offices of church-wardens, of surueiors for amending the high waies, of distributors of the prouision for noisome foule and uermine, of the collectors, ouerseers, and gouernors of the poore, and of the wardens and collectors for the houses of correction / collected and penned by William Lambard ... 1582.
Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. / [1642] The courts of justice corrected and amended. Or the corrupt lawyer untrust, lasht and quasht.: Wherein the partiall judge, counsellour, great mover, whispering informer, favourite at the bar are fully displayed, convicted, and directed. By W.L. Esquire. Presented to the honourable House of Commons, and by them approved of.
Lambarde, William, 1536-1601. / [1635] Archeion, or, A discourse vpon the high courts of iustice in England. Composed by William Lambard, of Lincolnes Inne, Gent
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1695] A sermon preach'd before the King at Kensington, January 13, 1694/5 by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1673] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel upon the 23 of March 1672/3, being Palm Sunday by John Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1691] A sermon preached before the Queen, at Whitehall, Jan. 24, 1690/1 by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1693] A sermon preached before the King and Queen at White-hall, on Sunday, Jan. 15, 1692 by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1696] A sermon preached before the King, at St. James's-Chapel, Jan. 19th, 1695/6 by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1680] A sermon preached before the King, at His Majesties free-chappel of Windsor, June 13, 1680 by John Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1693] A sermon preached before the Queen at Whitehall, on Wednesday, March 22, 1692 being the fourth Wednesday in Lent / by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1682] A sermon preached before the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, at the Guildhall-Chapel on the fifth of February 1681/2 by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1690] A sermon preached before the King and Queen at Whitehall, Jan. 19, 1689 by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1690] A dialogue between a minister and his parishioner concerning the Lord's Supper ... to which are annexed three several discourses, of love to God, to our neighbour, and to our very enemies / by J. Lambe ...
Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. / [1684] The liberty of human nature, discuss'd, stated, and limited, in a sermon preached by J. Lambe.
Lambe, Samuel. / [January 27. 1657] Seasonable observations humbly offered to his highness the Lord Protector: By Samuel Lambe of London, merchant.
Lambe, Samuel. / [1658] The humble representation of Samuel Lambe of London merchant.
Lambert, Franz, 1486-1530. / [1536] The summe of christianitie gatheryd out almoste of al placis of scripture, by that noble and famouse clerke Francis Lambert of Auynyon. And translatyd, and put in to prynte in Englyshe, by Tristram Reuel. The yere of our lorde. 1536.
Lambert, Franz, 1486-1530. / [1548] The minde and iudgement of maister Frau[n]ces Lambert of Auenna of the wyll of man declarynge and prouynge howe and after what sorte it is captyue and bonde, and not free: taken out of hys commentaries vpon Osee the Prophete, wherin vpo[n] the. iiii. chapter of the sayd prophet, he most godly, plainlye and learnedly, entreateth and writeth of the same, as hereafter euide[n]tly shal appere. Newelye tra[n]slated into Englishe by N.L. Anno Do. M.D.xlviii. the xviii. day of Dece[m]bre.
Lambert, James. / [1676] The country-man's treasure shewing the nature, cause, and cure of all diseases incident to cattel : with proper means to prevent their common diseases and distempers : being very useful receipts as they have been practiced by the long experience of five and thirty years, and all approved of : fitted for the use of all farmers and others that deal in cattel / by James Lambert ; with a table of the several diseases therein contained.
Lambert, John, 1619-1683. / [1659] A second, and a third letter from the Lord Lambert, dated at Chester, August 21, and read in Parliament, Tuesday Aug. 23 the one directed to the Speaker of the Parliament, the other, to the Lo. President of the Council of State : together with a letter from Major Edm. Waring, Governor of Shrewsbury, of the same date : wherein is set forth the manner of the surrender of Chester, with the names of the principal persons taken prisoners, and the state of affairs concerning the issue of this rebellion.
Lambert, John, 1619-1683. / [1648] A proclamation published through every regiment of horse and foot, and all the garrisons of the north of England: (upon orders received from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.) By Major Generall Lambert. Also the sentence of the councell of vvar, for inflicting of exemplary punishment upon divers souldiers, that mutinyed at Halifax, with others. And a copy of Major Generall Lamberts speech, made at a councell of war, concerning disbanding. With instructions to the colonells and other officers. Subscribed, Jo. Lambert:
Lambert, John, 1619-1683. / [printed in the year of our Lord. 1659 i.e. 1660] The Lord Lambert's letter to the speaker.
Lambert, John, minister of Elham. / [1550?] Of predestination [and] election made by Joh[a]n Lamberd minister of the church of Elham. Anno M.D.L.
Lambert, Ralph, 1665?-1731. / [1693] A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Mrs. Ann Margetson, a young lady, under the age of fourteen years. In the church of Clerkenwell: on Sunday, November the 12th. 1693. By Ralph Lambert, chaplain to the Right Honourable, the Earl of Montague, and his lady, Her Grace, the Dutchess of Albemarle; and rector of Grindon in Staffordshire.
Lambert, Thomas, 1616-1694. / [1670] Sad memorials of the royal martyr, or, A parallel betwixt the Jewes murder of Christ and the English murder of King Charls the First being a sermon preached on the solemnity of His Majestie's martyrdom in the Cathedral-Church of Sarum, An. Dom. 1669 / by T.L. ...
Lamboll, William. / [in the year 1685] A stop to the false characterizers hue-and-cry: and a reproof to their unfruitful works of darkness. Wherein the folly of B.C. and L.K. is greatly manifested and their malice & envy detected.
Lamplugh, Thomas, 1615-1691. / [1679?] My reverend brethren, as I doubt not, but that you well know, and seriously weigh the business and end of your high calling ...
Lancaster, James, d. 1699. / [1671] To the Pope, and all his cardinals, bishops, Jesuits, monks and friars, with all the rest of his people, who are reprobates concerning the faith of Christ, gospel-order, and true religion, and also the papists prov'd to be a seditious sect being something in answer to Æneas Mach. Gilmury, and Mauritius Bern, who call themselves students of art / J.L. J.S.
Lancaster, Robert, b. 1603 or 4. / [1694] Vindiciæ Evangelii, or, A vindication of the Gospel, with the establishment of the law being a reply to Mr. Steven Geree's treatise entituled, The doctrine of the Antinomians confuted : wherein he pretends to charge divers dangerous doctrines on Dr. Crisp's sermons, as anti-evangelical and antinomical / by Robert Lancaster ...
Lancaster, Thomas, d. 1583. / [1550?] The ryght and trew vndersta[n]dynge of the Supper of the Lord and the vse therof faythfully gathered out of ye holy Scriptures worthely to be embrased of all Christen people. Perused [and] alowed by dyuerse godly lerned men to the comfort of al ye trewe congregation of Christ.
Lancaster, William, 1650-1717. / [1697] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, on the 30th of January, 1696/7 by William Lancaster ...
Lanceter, R., 17th cent. / [1660] Gallicantvs, seu Præcursor Gallicinii primus.: Containing two addresses, the one to the King, the other to the Parliament. Tegether [sic] with a postscript about the affaires of religion, of most high concernment. By R. Lanceter, author of Gallicinivm, now in the presse.
Lancton, Thomas. / [1641] Exceeding joyfull newes from Ireland, or, A true relation of a great and happy victorie obtained by Colonell David Douglasse and Sir Iames Carr, two Scottish commanders, with the helpe of the Scots planted in the North of Ireland against the arch-rebels Philemy Oneal, the Earle of Delvin and Sir Denis Butler where there was 6 or 7000 of the rebels slaine ... / written from Dublin, Febr. 18 by Tho. Lancton, secretarie unto Sir Charles Coote and received by the last post Febr. 23, 1641.
Land Bank (London, England). / [between 1696 and 1701] An account of the office for transferring & discounting land-bills.
Land Bank (London, England) / [1696] Positions supported by their reasons explaining the Office of Land-Credit,
Land Bank (London, England) / [1695?] A list of the names of such of the subscribers of land and money towards a fund for the national land-bank, who having paid in their subscription-money, or subscribed the last instrument, are intituled to elect or be elected directors of the said bank.
Lane, A. (Archibald) / [1700] A key to the art of letters, or, English a learned language, full of art, elegancy and variety being an essay to enable both foreiners, and the English youth of either sex, to speak and write the English tongue well and learnedly, according to the exactest rules of grammar, after which they may attain to Latin, French, or any other forein language in a short time ... : with a preface shewing the necessity of a vernacular grammar ... / by A. Lane ...
Lane, Bartholomew. / [1684] The prerogative of the monarchs of Great Brittain asserted according to the antient laws of England. Also, A confutation of that false maxim, that royal authority is originally and radically in the people. By Bartholomew Lane, Esq.
Lane, Bartholomew. / [1683] A modest vindication of the hermite of the Sounding Island in requital for the modest vindication of the Salamanca doctor from perjury by Bartholomew Lane ...
Lane, Bartholomew. / [1684] An appeal to the conscience of a fanatick shewing that the King of England, by the fundamental laws of it, is as absolute and independent a monarch as any of the kings mentioned in Scripture, and consequently, as free as any of them from any humane coactive power to punish, censure, or dethrone him : whereunto is added, a short view of the laws both foreign and domestick, against seditious conventicles / by a barrister at law.
Lane, Edward, 1605-1685. / [1680] Mercy triumphant, the kingdom of Christ enlarged beyond the narrow bounds which have been wont to be set unto it by Edward Lane, minister of the Gospel ; being an antidote against a book lately come out, of Doctor DuMoulin's, called Moral reflections upon the number of the elect, wherein the said author will prove by Scripture, that not one in a hundred thousand (nay probably not one in a million) from Adam down to our times shall be saved.
Lane, Edward, 1605-1685. / [1663] Look unto Jesus, or, An ascent to the Holy Mount to see Jesus Christ in his glory whereby the active and contemplative believer may have the eyes of his understanding more inlightned to behold in some measure the eternity and immutability of the Lord Jesus Christ ... : at the end of the book is an appendix, shewing the certainty of the calling of the Jews / written by Edward Lane.
Lane, Edward, 1605-1685. / [1681] Du Moulin's Reflections reverberated being a full answer to a pernicious pamphlet entituled Moral reflections on the number of the elect : together with several arguments against transubstantiation of the outward elements in the sacrament of the Lords Supper, transubstantiated into falshood and absurdity : to which is added a postscript in answer to some passages in Mr. Edmund Hickeringil's scurrilous piece stiled The second part of naked truth / by Edward Lone ...
Lane, John, 16th/17th cent. / [1603] An elegie vpon the death of the high and renowned princesse, our late Soueraigne Elizabeth. By I.L.
Lane, Richard, Sir, 1584-1650. / [1657] Reports in the Court of Exchequer, beginning in the third, and ending in the ninth year of the raign of the late King James by the Honourable Richard Lane ... ; being the first collections in that court hitherto extant ; containing severall cases of informations upon intrusion, touching the King's prerogative, revenue and government, with divers incident resolutions of publique concernment in points of law ; with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the names of the cases, the other of the principall matters contained in this book.
Lane, Samuel. / [1645] A vindication of free-grace:: in opposition to this Arminian position, (Naturall men may do such things as whereunto God hath by way of promise annexed grace and acceptation.) / First preached, after asserted at Stephens Coleman-steete [sic] London, by Mr. John Goodvvin. Also an appendix proving the souls enjoying Christ after death, afore the Resurrection, against some errours hereafter specified. Published for the justification of truth by S.L.
Lane, Thomas, Sir, 1652-1709. / [MDCXCIV. 1694] The speech of the right honourable Sir Thomas Lane, Kt Lord-Mayor elect for the city of London, at Guild-Hall, upon Michaelmas-day. 1694:
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1675] Six sermons preached before His Majesty at White-Hall. Published by command. Tending all to give satisfaction in certain points to such who have thereupon endeavoured to unsettle the state, and government of the church. By the Right Reverend Father in God, Benjamin Laney, Late Lord Bishop of Ely.
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1668] The shepherd, or, The pastoral charge and obedience due to it instituted by God as a necessary means to preserve the sheep from straying.
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1666] A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall, March 18, 1665/6 by ... B. Lord Bishop of Lincoln.
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1675] A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall being the last sermon preached at court / by the right reverend father in God Benjamin Laney ...
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1665] A sermon preached before His Majesty at Whitehall, March 12, 1664/5 by B. Lord Bishop of Lincoln.
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1662] A sermon preached before His Majesty at Whitehall March 9th, 1661 [i.e. 1662] by ... B. Lord Bishop of Peterborough.
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1665] A sermon preached before His Majesty at Whitehall March 27th 1664 by ... B. Lord Bishop of Lincoln.
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1663] A sermon preached before His Majesty at Whitehal, April 5, 1663 by ... B. Lord Bishop of Lincoln, Elect.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [1675?] The wonder of wonders, or, The strange birth in Hampshire being an exact, true and perfect relation of one A.B. living in a country parish neer the town of Rumsey in Hampshire, relating how the said person was strangely brought to bed the 18th of November last with a live toad, a terrible serpent, and a dead child having some part of its head and face and othe parts devoured by the serpent in the mothers womb ... tune of, My bleeding heart / by T.L.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [between 1674 and 1679] The clothiers delight: or, The rich mens joy, and the poor mens sorrow. Wherein is exprest the craftiness and subtilty of many clothiers in England, by beating down their work-mens wages. Combers, weavers, and spinners, for little gains, doth earn their money by taking of hard pains. To the tune of, Ienny come tye me, &c. Packington's pound, or, Monk hath confounded, &c. With allowance, Ro. L'Estrange. / By T. Lanfiere.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1656-1692. / [MDCLXXXVIII. 1688, i.e. 1687] Momus triumphans: or, The plagiaries of the English stage: expos'd in a catalogue of all the comedies, tragi-comedies, masques, tragedies, opera's, pastorals, interludes, &c. both ancient and modern, that were ever yet printed in English. The names of their known and supposed authors. Their several volumes and editions: with an account of the various originals, as well English, French, and Italian, as Greek and Latine; from whence most of them have stole their plots. By Gerard Langbaine Esq;
Langdale, Marmaduke Langdale, Baron, 1598?-1661. / [1648] The resolution of Sr Marmaduke Langdale: concerning the relieving of the Lord Goring. The Lord of Loughborough. The Lord Capel. Sir Charles lucas, and the rest of the officers and souldiers now blocked up in the town of Colchester, by the Lord Generall Fairfax. And their further proceedings touching Major Generall Lambert; agreed upon by a Councel of War, and assented to by most of the colonels and officers in the Northern Army. Likewise the Lord Goring's letter to Sir Marmaduke Langdale, and his further resolution and proceedings thereupon.
Langdale, Marmaduke Langdale, Baron, 1598?-1661. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter from Sr Marmaduke Langdale, generall of the Northerne forces: to Sir Charles Lucas:: containing a cleare relation of all their proceedings in the North: vvith an hopefull assurance of a speedy relief to Colchester. After the originall copy, truly transcribed.
Langdale, Marmaduke Langdale, Baron, 1598?-1661. / [Printed in the year, 1648] An impartiall relation of the late fight at Preston.: Being the copy of a letter written (as the tenour of it importeth) / by Sir Marmaduke Langdale.
Langdale, Marmaduke Langdale, Baron, 1598?-1661. / [printed in the yeare, 1649] A declaration of the noble knights, Sir Marmaduke Langdale, and Sir Lewis Dives: in vindication of the Right Honourable, James, Earle of Darby: and remonstrating their resolutions to keep the Isle of Man, against all opposition, for His Majesties service. August the 5th. 1649.
Langdale, Marmaduke Langdale, Baron, 1598?-1661. / [Printed in the yeer 1648] The declaration of Sir Marmaduke Langdale Knight, Colonel-General:: and of the gentlemen, and other loyall subjects now in action for His Majesties service in the northern parts.
Langford, Charles. / [1672] Gods wonderful mercy in the mount of woful extremity. Or, the recovered captive Being a plain relation of Gods unspeakable goodness in rescuing one of the meanest of his flock from the paw of the roaring lyon, and pangs of unconceivable horror through long and strong temptations and spiritual desertions. Published 1. For the encouragement of poor distressed consciences, worried with temptations, and almost quite wearied with waiting. 2. For a caution to secure sinners, lest they also come into such or sorer torment. 3. For a call of all (in whose hearts are the ways of God) to bear a part in the high praises of him whose wonders are in the deep. By Charles Langford.
Langford, E. (Emanuel), b. 1657 or 8. / [1698] A sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons on the anniversary fast for the martyrdom of King Charles I by E. Langford ...
Langford, George. / [Anno Dom. 1623] Search the Scriptures. Or, An enquirie after veritie Discoursing of, and discussing the Scriptures sufficiencie. Perspicuitie. Necessitie. By George Langford, Bachelour of Diuinitie, and minister of Gods Word, at Mortlake, neere London.
Langford, George. / [1621] Manassehs miraculous metamorphosis representing to euery sinne-loaden (if sinne-loathing) soule, 1 A conduit of consolation. 2 A comfort against desperation. 3 A con[du]ct to deuotion. A sermon preached before the thrice-famous Vniuersity of Cambridge, at Great Saint Maries, Septemb. 10. Anno Dom. 1620. By George Langford, Master of Arts, preacher of Gods Word, and chaplaine to the right honourable Thomas earle of Exceter.
Langford, John, Gentleman, servant to Lord Baltimore. / [1655] A just and cleere refutation of a false and scandalous pamphlet, entituled, Babylons fall in Maryland, &c.: and, a true discovery of certaine strange and inhumane proceedings of some ungratefull people in Maryland, towards those who formerly preserved them in time of their greatest distresse. To which is added a law in Maryland concerning religion, and a declaration concerning the same. / By John Langford Gentleman, Servant to the Lord Baltemore.
Langford, T. / [1681] Plain and full instructions to raise all sorts of fruit-trees that prosper in England in that method and order, that everything must be done in, to give all the advantage, may be, to every tree as it is rising from its seed, till it come to its full growth : together with all necessary directions about those several ways of making plantations, either of wall-fruit, or dwarf-trees in gardens, or large standard-trees in orchards or fields : touching which last, because it's so vast an improvement of land, all the profitable and practical ways are here directed to with all exactness : and in the last place the best directions are given for making liquors of the several sorts of fruit / by T. Langford.
Langham, William. / [1579 i.e. 1597] The garden of health conteyning the sundry rare and hidden vertues and properties of all kindes of simples and plants, together with the maner how they are to be vsed and applyed in medicine for the health of mans body, against diuers diseases and infirmities most common amongst men. Gathered by the long experience and industrie of William Langham, practitioner in phisicke.
Langham, William. / [1675?] Admirable snuff, of great use in most distempers of the head; and cure for the French disease, or any of its various symptoms, as running of the reins, or matter issuing from the privy parts, heat or scalding of urine, pricking pains in making water, &c. which if neglected, ...
Langhorne, Daniel, d. 1681. / [1676] An introduction to the history of England comprising the principal affairs of this land, from its first planting, to the coming of the English Saxons : together with a catalogue of the British and Pictish kings / by Daniel Langhorne.
Langhorne, Lancelot. / [1611] Mary sitting at Christs feet. A sermon preached at the funerall of Mris Mary Swaine, the wife of Mr William Swaine, at Saint Buttolphs without Aldersgate. Declaring her christian life, and comfortable death, for the encouraging of all christian gentlewomen, and others, to walke in the steps of this religious gentlewoman already departed. By Lancelot Langhorne, preacher of the word of God.
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. / [1679?] The speech of Richard Langhorn Esq. at his execution July 14, 1679 being left in writing by him under his own hand.
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. / [Reprinted, 1679] The tryal of Richard Langhorn Esq; counsellor at law, for conspiring the death of the King, subversion of the government, and Protestant religion: who upon full evidence was found guilty of high treason, and received sentence accordingly, at the sessions in the Old Bayley, holden for London and Middlesex, on Saturday, being the 14th. of June 1679. / Published by authority.
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. / [1679] The petition and declaration of Richard Langhorne a nototrious Papist now in Newgate condemned for treason : presented to His Majesty in Council at Hampton-Court, the 10th of this instant July, 1679 : in which he avowedly owneth several popish principles and tenets, relating to what he believeth and thinketh himself bound to believe by his popish principles, in relation to the duty which he, and it is believed that our English Papists hold the same, is bound to pay to his present Majesty, a true Protestant prince.
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. / [1679] Mr. Langhorn's memoires, with some meditations and devotions of his, during his imprisonment as also his petition to His Majesty, and his speech at his execution.
Langhorne, Richard, 1654-1679. / [Anno Dom. MDLXXXVII. 1687] Considerations touching the great question of the King's right in dispensing with the penal laws: Written on the occasion of His late blessed Majesties granting free toleration and indulgence. By Richard Langhorn, late of the Middle Temple, Esq;
Langhorne, William, Sir, 1629-1715. / [1694] Some considerations relating to the East-India trade. Upon occasion of some papers lately set forth against the company:
Langland, William, 1330?-1400? The vision of pierce Plowman nowe the second time imprinted by Roberte Crowlye dwellynge in Elye rentes in Holburne whereunto are added certayne notes and cotations in the mergyne, geuyng light to the reader. And in the begynning is set a brefe summe of all the principal matters spoken of in the boke. And as the boke is deuided into twenty partes called Passus: so is the summary diuided, for euery parte hys summarie, rehearsynge the matters spoken of in euery parte. euen in suche order as they stande there.
Langley, Henry, d. 1636. / [1616] The chariot and horsemen of Israel. A discourse of prayer: shewing what it is, as also the meanes to attaine to the practise of it. An exercise so rare in the world, and yet so requisite, as few vse it aright, and none may omit it. By Henry Langley, minister of the Word of God, at Treswell in the county of Nottingham.
Langley, John, d. 1657. / [1644] Gemitus columbæ: the mournfull note of the dove. A sermon preached at Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their solemn fast, Decemb. 25. 1644. By John Langley, minister of West-Tuderly in the county of Southampton, and a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Langley, Samuel, d. 1694. / [1658] Suspension reviewed, stated, cleered and setled upon plain scripture-proof.: Agreeable to the former and late constitutions of the Protestant Church of England and other reformed churches. Wherein (defending a private sheet occasionally written by the author upon this subject, against a publique pretended refutation of the same, by Mr W. in his book, entituled, Suspension discussed.) Many important points are handled; sundry whereof are shortly mentioned in the following page. Together with a discourse concering private baptisme, inserted in the epistle dedicatory. / By Samuel Langley, R.S. in the county palatine of Chester.
Langley, Samuel, d. 1694. / [1649] A catechisme shorter then the short catechisme compiled principally by Mr. Ball out of which this (for the most part) was taken, or, The epitome and contraction of Mr. Balls short catechisme : also a spirituall song for the Lords Supper, or Communion, put into an ordinary tune ... together with two other hymns or psalms ... / by S.L., M.A. and F.C.C. Camb.
Langley, William, b. 1609 or 10. / [1656] The persecuted minister, in defence of the ministerie, the great ordinance of Jesus Christ.: Setting forth the severall names of Apostles, prophets, &c. [brace] 1. That there is a ministerial office. 2. That the sacrament of baptisme by a lay-person is invalid. 3. That necessity is no plea. 4. That the long omission of the Lords Supper is unwarrantable. With many other things, plainly and methodically handled / by William Langley late of S. Maryes in the city of Lichfield, minister ...
Langley, William, b. 1609 or 10. / [1660] The death of Charles the First lamented, with the restauration of Charles the Second congratulated delivered in a speech at the ploclaming [sic] of our gratious King, at his town of Wellington, May 17, 1660 : to which are added short reflections of government, governours, and persons governed, the duty of kings and subjects, the unlawfulness of resistance, with other things of moment, and worthy consideration / by William Langley ...
Langrish, Hercules. / [1644?] To the right honorable the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament the humble petition of Major Hercules Langrish and Olymphas his uuife (of the right honourable family du Plessis in France), in behalfe of themselves, and of their sonnes Captaine Hercules and Cornet Lucullus.
Langston, John, 1639?-1704. / [1675] Lvsvs poeticvs Latino-Anglicanus in usum scholarum, or, The more eminent sayings of the Latin poets collected and for the service of youth in that ancient exercise, commonly called Capping of Verses, alphabetically digested : and for the greater benefit of young beginners in the Latin tongue, rendred into English / by John Langston ...
Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581. / [anno M.D.LXXIX. 1579] Vindiciae, contra tyrannos: siue, de principis in populum, populâique in principem, legitima potestate, Stephano Iunio Bruto Celta, auctore.
Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581. / [1648] Vindiciæ contra tyrannos:: a defence of liberty against tyrants. Or, of the lawfull power of the prince over the people, and of the people over the prince. Being a treatise written in Latin and French by Junius Brutus, and translated out of both into English. Questions discussed in this treatise. I. Whether subjects are bound, and ought to obey princes, if they command that which is against the law of God. II. Whether it be lawfull to resist a prince which doth infringe the law of God, or ruine the Church, by whom, how, and how farre it is lawfull. III. Whether it be lawfull to resist a prince which doth oppresse or ruine a publique state, and how farre such resistance may be extended, by whome, how, and by what right, or law it is permitted. IV. Whether neighbour princes or states may be, or are bound by law, to give succours to the subjects of other princes, afflicted to the cause of true religion, or oppressed by manifest tyranny.
Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581. / [1588] A short apologie for Christian souldiours wherein is conteined, how that we ought both to propagate, and also if neede require, to defende by force of armes, the Catholike Church of Christ, against the tyrannie of Antichrist and his adherentes: penned by Stephanus Iunius Brutus, and translated into English by H.P. for the benefite of the resolution of the Church of England, in the defence of the gospel.
Lansdowne, George Granville, Baron, 1667-1735. / [1700?] A song on a lady's drinking
Lanseter, John. / [Printed in the yeare. 1646] Lanseter's lance, for Edwards'es gangrene: or, A ripping up, and laying open some rotten, putrified, corrupt, stinking matter in Mr. Thomas Edwards his Gangren, or book intituled, The second part of Gangrena.: Wherein, amongst others, he hath abused and belied Mr. John Lanceter, calling him pedler, and saying, that he opened the whole book of Ezra, at a privat meeting in stead of opening his pack, which is proved false, and other things also. So that in consideration of the particulars, judicious men may well conceive the cause of his Gangren to be his blind ignorance of the truth, and his mad malice against the wel-affected conscientious people. Published according to order.
Lanyer, Aemilia. / [Anno 1611] Salue deus rex iudæorum containing, 1. The passion of Christ, 2. Eues apologie in defence of women, 3. The teares of the daughters of Ierusalem, 4. The salutation and sorrow of the Virgine Marie : with diuers other things not vnfit to be read / written by Mistris Æmilia Lanyer ...
Laophilus Misotyrannus. / [1663] Mene tekel, or, The downfal of tyranny a treatise wherein liberty and equity are vindicated, and tyranny condemned by the law of God and right reason, and the peoples power and duty to execute justice without and upon wicked governors, asserted / by Laophilus Misotyrannus.
Lardner, James, b. 1670. / [1700] Of earnestly contending for the faith a sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London, on Sunday, Sept. the 22th, there being that day an ordination by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London / by James Lardner.
Lardner, James, b. 1670. / [1650] A large relation of the fight at Leith neere Edenburgh.: Wherein Major Generall Montgomery, Colonell Straughan, with many more of quality of the Scottish party were slaine and wounded. The particulars on both sides fully related, with a list of the prisoners taken, and number kild. Also a perfect account of every dayes transactions and engagements between the armies, since our armies first entring Scotland. Published by authority.
Larkham, Thomas, 1602-1669. / [1652] The wedding-supper as it was handled out of the fourteen first verses of the 22. chapter of Matthew, in sundry exercises in Tavistock in Devon. Wherein the offer of salvation, both to Jews and Gentiles, is noted: and divers plain and pithy doctrines observed, and applied. Being the effect of twelve sermons preached by Thomas Larkham, the oppressed pastor of the despised Church of Christ there.
Larkham, Thomas, 1602-1669. / [1656] A discourse of paying of tithes by T.L. ... ; together with an appendix ...
Larkham, Thomas, 1602-1669. / [1656] The attributes of God unfolded, and applied.: Wherein are handled the 1 Life 2 Perfection 3 Holiness 4 Benignitie 5 Mercy 6 Truth 7 Wisdome 8 Power 9 Justice of God. 10 Love 11 Hatred 12 Anger 13 Independencie 14 Simplicitie 15 Eternitie 16 Infiniteness 17 Immutability 18 Immensity of God. / Delivered in sundry sermons, at Tavistocke in Devon: By Thomas Larkham, preacher of the word of God, and pastour of the congregation there. Divided into three parts.
Larkin, Edward, 1623-1688. / [1659] Speculum patrum: A looking-glasse of the Fathers: wherein, you may see each of them drawn, characterized, and displayed in their colours. To which are added, the characters of some of the chief philosophers, historians, grammarians, orators, and poets. By Edward Larkin, late Fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, and now minister of the Word at Limesfield in Surrey.
Larkin, Edward, 1623-1688. / [1659] The true effigies, or portraicture of the chief philosophers, historians, poets, grammarians, and oratours. Or, A compendious view of each, both dignified with, and distinguished by, their peculiar characters. By Ed. Larkin, A.M. late fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, and now of Limesfield in Surrey minister:
Larner, William. / [1646] A vindication of every free-man libertie against all arbitrary power and government, or, A letter of William Larner, prisoner, to Sir Henry Vane, Junior, a parliamentarian wherein is set forth his unjust imprisonment and cruell hard dealings towards the said William Larner.
Larroque, Matthieu de, 1619-1684. / [1691] Conformity of the ecclesiastical discipline of the Reformed churches of France with that of the primitive Christians written by M. La Rocque ... ; render'd into English by Jos. Walker.
Late captain of foot in the Lord Castleton's regiment. / [1690] A true and exact account of the regiments of horse and foot in the service of Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary and also an account of the Irish forces under the late King James / written by a late captain of foot in the Lord Castleton's regiment in England, now at Lisburn in Ireland, to his friend in London. Together with a prefect relation of the most remarkable actions lately there, and particularly since the wounding of Colonel Owsley, in a letter from Lisburn of the 26th of May 1690.
Late faithfull and godly minister of Jesus Christ. / [1652] Foure pious, godly, and learned treatises the first, leads us to the gate of true happinesse : the second, is for instruction, letting us to know what Christ suffer'd for us, that we might enjoy him : the third, is helps and cautions, that we may the better avoid sin : the fourth, brings us to be seekers and suers to God for those things that be above, Collo. 3 / by a late faithfull and godly minister of Jesus Christ ; now since his death recommended to all the people of God, by Mr. John Goodwin.
Late Jacobite. / [1692] The converted Jacobite being a brief admonition to all our present murmurers, upon the present descent against France / by a late Jacobite.
Late reverend, learned and judicious Divine. / [MDCLXIV. 1664] Sin dismantled, shewing the loathsomnesse thereof, in laying it open by confession; with the remedy for it by repentance & conversion. Wherein is set forth the manner how we ought to confess our sins to God and man, with the consiliary decrees from the authority thereof, and for the shewing the necessity of priestly absolution, the removing the disesteem the vulgar have of absolution, setting forth the power of ministers. With an historical relation of the canons concerning confession, and the secret manner of it; also shewing the confessors affections and inclinations. By a late reverend, learned and judicious Divine.
Latey, Gilbert, 1626-1705. / [1660] To all you taylors and brokers, who lyes [sic] in wickedness and to all you tradesmen of what trade, imployment or office soever. This to all you from the Lord, that you may return from all your evil wayes, words and works; that you may be hid in the day of his fierce wrath. Knowing also assuredly, that all your prayers, tears and sacrifices are not available, while you regard iniquity in your hearts; your meeting together, and best performances are but sin, and an ill savour in the nostrils of the Lord: therefore from them all return and repent, and leave off your sins; that you may find rest for your souls.
Latham, Simon. / [1618] Lathams new and second booke of falconrie concerning the training vp of all hawkes that were vnmentioned in his first booke of the haggart faulcon and gerfaulcon, formerly printed; teaching approued medicines for all their diseases. / By Symon Latham, Gent.
Latham, Simon. / [1614] Lathams falconry or The faulcons lure, and cure in two bookes. The first, concerning the ordering and training vp of all hawkes in generall; especially the haggard faulcon gentle. The second, teaching approued medicines for the cure of all diseases in them. Gathered by long practice and experience, and published for the delight of noble mindes, and instruction of young faulconers in things pertaining to this princely art. By Symon Latham. Gent.
Lathbury, Thomas, fl. 1650. / [1650] A letter or declaration, sent from the King of Scots, to the Marquess of Ormond: concerning his agreement with the Scots; and his speciall command to the said Marquess for publishing the same to the Irish:: with his protestation touching his former grants. Sent by an express to the city of Paris, to be forthwith printed. Whereunto is annexed; a narrative from Portugal, touching Prince Rupert's designe, to have fired the Parliaments shipping; the manner thereof, the discovery, and a fight that happened on shore, between Prince Rupert and Gen: Blague's men.
Lathom, Paul. / [1676] Victory over death a sermon preached at Steeple-Ashton in the county of Wilts, upon the 17th day of April, 1676, at the funeral of Mr. Peter Adams, the late reverend, pious, and industrious minister of Gods word there, sometime fellow of University Colledge in Oxford / by Paul Latham ...
Lathom, Paul. / [1683] The power of kings from God a sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Sarum the XXIX day of June, 1683 upon occasion of the detection of the late horrid plot against the life of His Scared Majesty / by Paul Lathom.
Lathom, Paul. / [1678] God manifested by his works, and justified in his dealings with men a sermon preached at the cathedral church of Sarum, upon the 29th day of June, 1677 / by Paul Lathom.
Lathom, Paul. / [1666] Christ crucified, or, The doctrine of the Gospel asserted against Pelagian and Socinian errours revived under the notion of new lights : wherein also the original, occasion and progress of errours are set down : and admonitions directed both to them that stand fast in the faith and to those that are fallen from it : unto which are added three sermons ... / by Paul Lathom.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1641] The trve copie of a letter sent from the most reverend William Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury to the Vniversity of Oxford when he resign'd his office of chancellour published by occasion of a base libell and forgery that runs under this title : and also the answer of the vniversity to the said letter.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [MDCXXXVII. 1637] A speech delivered in the Starr-Chamber, on Wednesday, the XIVth of Iune, MDCXXXVII. at the censure, of Iohn Bastwick, Henry Burton, & William Prinn; concerning pretended innovations in the Church. By the most Reverend Father in God, VVilliam, L. Archbishop of Canterbury his Grace.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1641] The coppy of a letter sent by William Laud Arch-Bishop of Canterburie, to the Universitie of Oxford wherein he relates his present condition, and resignes the office of his chancellourship : with an advertisement for the election of another.
Lauder, George, b. ca. 1600. / [1639] Tvveeds teares of joy, to Charles great Brittains king.
Lauder, George, b. ca. 1600. / [1629] The Scottish souldier. By Lavvder
Lauder, George, b. ca. 1600. / [Anno Domini. 1630] Tears on the death of Evander occasioned by the lamentable losse of the truelie noble and generous, Sir. Iohn Svynton [sic] Knight, Collonel of an regiment of 2000 Nedderlanders, going for Venize, who was cast away by storme on the coast of England upon Goodwin sands the 13 of Octob. 1630. By G. Lauder.
Lauder, George, b. ca. 1600. / [Anno 1646] A horse or a New-Yeares-gift to the right worthy and worshipful Sr. Phillip Balfour, knight, colonell of a Scottish regiment in the seruice of the high and mighty lords the States Generall of the United Prouinces / by G. Lawder.
Lauder, George, b. ca. 1600. / [1641] Caledonias covenant, or, Ane panegyrick to the world vvherein is brieflie set doune the trew caus and occasioune of the present trubles of the kingdome of Scotland / by G. L.
Lauderdale, John Maitland, Duke of, 1616-1682. / [1673] The speech of His Grace the Duke of Lauderdale, His Majesties high-commissioner from the kingdom of Scotland, to the Parliament there, the twelfth of November, 1673
Laugharne, Rowland, d. 1676. / [Aug. 25. 1645] A true relation of the late successe of the Kings and Parliaments forces in Pembroke-Shire:: wherein the great victory against the Kings forces in Wales by Major Generall Laughorne is fully related. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this relation be forthwith printed and published: H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Laugharne, Rowland, d. 1676. / [Octob. 28. 1645] Major Generall Laughorn's letter to the Honourable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons.: VVherein is truly related the taking of Carmarthen town and castle, and the reducing of that county to obedience of Parliament. Together with the severall articles, declarations and agreements between the major and gentry of that county. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter, articles, directions, and agreements, be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Laugharne, Rowland, d. 1676. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] The declaration and propositions of Maj. Gen. Laughorne, & Col. Rice Powel, in the name of themselves, and the army in South-Wales,: concerning the Kings Majesty, his Highnesse the Prince of Wales, and their further proceedings touching their designe and engagement; with their desires and resolution touching the same. Also, Sir Marmaduke Langdales propositions in the north of England concerning the Kings Majesty, and the government of this kingdom, and the manner of the blocking up the town of Barwick, and the playing of 30 pieces of ordinance against it.
Laugharne, Rowland, d. 1676. / [May 15. 1648] A declaration by Major General Laughorn, and the rest of the forces joyned with him in VVales,: of the grounds of their engagement, and demands in relation to the King, Parliament and kingdom. Likewise the copy of an oath given to all that enter into the said engagement with them. Also the true copies of several letters and transactions betwixt the Parliaments commissioners, Colonel Horton, and Major General Laughorn, since his last coming into Wales. And two letters to his Excellency the Lord Fairfax from Col: Horton, more fully relating the particulars of the late fight near Cardiff, May 8. 1648. With a perfect list of the names of the prisoners, officers, private gentlemen and soldiers taken in the said fight and pursuit.
Laurence, Thomas, 1598-1657. / [MDCXXXVII 1637] A sermon preached before the Kings Maiestie at White-Hall, the VII. of February, 1636. By Thomas Lawrence D. of Divinity, and chaplaine to his maiestie in ordinarie. Published by the Kings speciall command
Laurence, Thomas, 1598-1657. / [Anno Dom. 1635] Two sermons. The first preached at St Maries in Oxford Iuly 13. 1634. being Act-Sunday. The second, in the cathedrall church of Sarum, at the visitation of the most Reverend Father in God William Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, May 23. 1634. By Thomas Laurence Dr of Divinity, and late Fellow of Allsoules Colledge, and chaplaine to his Maiesty in ordinary.
Laurent, Dominican, fl. 1279. / [1507] The boke named the royall.
Laverenst, Anne. / [1700?] In Holbourn over against Southampton-Square, at the coffin and child, against the watch-house, next door to the sugar-loaf and role, where you will see the golden-ball hanging over the passage door, liveth Anne Laverenst a German Gentlewoman.
Lavor, Henry. / [1657] Replies made to the antiqueries of Thomas Lye, who writes himself minister of the Gospel at Chard.: Wherein the parish-minsters, call, and maintenance, and divers other matters now in controversie, are handled and debated, by H.L. a friend to the people of God called Quakers.
Lavor, Henry. / [1646] Predestination handled and maintained,: against Papists, Arminians, and certaine churches also of antipaedobaptists, who with much zeale, and industry impugne the same. By Henry Lavor. He calleth things that are not, as if they were. Published by authority.
Lawcey, William. / [1647] Sir Phillip Stapleton dead of the sicknesse at Callice:: and the names of others of the 11 impeached members that went over with him. And their truncks, chests, and boxes of moneys, and jewels, found in the ship by Captain Batten. Also severall proposalls which they had to make to the Queen of England and to the state of France: whither they are not now admitted to come and of their going to Flushen, and the reasons thereof, certified by a letter from Dover.
Lawe, Robert, b. 1617 or 18. / [1684] Pia Fraus, or, Absalom's theft being a sermon preached to a country-congregation on the thirtieth of January last, being the anniversary fast for the martyrdom of King Charles the First / by R.L., M.A.
Lawes, Henry, 1596-1662. / [1653-1658] Ayres and dialogues, for one, two, and three voyces by Henry Lawes ... ; the first [-thirde] booke.
Lawmind, Abraham. / [1654] The juries right, asserted and vindicated by the ancient and good law of England: VVherin is clearly discovered the necessity, benefit, and safety of juries, in opposition to those corruptions, and many evils that are incident, and do attend judges (as they are cal'd) both in civill and common courts. Occasioned by the late unjust, cruell, and illegall triall of Mr Tho. Webbe, at the sessions held for London and Middlesex in the Old Bayly. By Abraham Lawmind, ear-witnesse of the said triall, a hearty well-wisher of the common good.
Lawne, Christopher. / [1613] Brovvnisme turned the in-side out-ward Being a paralell betweene the profession and practise of the Brownists religion. By Christopher Lavvne, lately returned from that wicked separation.
Lawrence, Alexander, d. 1682. / [Printed in the year 1678] Something by way of rejoynder to Richard Smith his reply wherein I have cleared my self and others from the lyes and slanders which he (as his usual manner is) hath cast upon us. Written by Alexander Lawrence.
Lawrence, Alexander, d. 1682. / [1675] A faithful warning with good counsel and advice to the rulers & magistrates in England that they not countenance wicked and merciless men to oppress and spoil the innocent under pretence and colour of a law / by one that really desireth the prosperity of the truth and the welfare of all men, Alexander Lawrence.
Lawrence, Alexander, d. 1682. / [1677] An answer to a book published by Richard Smith of Westchester wherein the people of God called Quakers (more particularly in this county of Cheshire) are cleared from the wrong, injustice, and false accusations by him charged upon them / written for the information and satisfaction of the sober-minded by Alexander Lawrence.
Lawrence, Edward, 1623-1695. / [1690] Two funeral sermons of the use and happiness of humane bodies. Preached on I Corinth. vi. 13. Now the body is not for fornication, but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body. With a brief account of the life and death of Mr. G. Lorimer, merchant; upon the occasion of whose death the second sermon was preacht. By Edward Lawrence, M.A. minister of the Gospel.
Lawrence, Edward, 1623-1695. / [1681] Parents groans over their wicked children several sermons on Prov. XVII, 25, published for the benefit of all, but especially of good parents and their children / by Edward Lawrence ...
Lawrence, George, 1615-1695? / [1658] Peplum olivarii, or A good prince bewailed by a good people.: Represented in a sermon October 13. 1658. upon the death of Oliver late Lord Protector. By George Lawrence A.M. minister of Crosses Hospital.
Lawrence, George, 1615-1695? / [1642] Laurentius Lutherizans. Or the protestation of George Laurence, Master of Arts, late commoner in Oxford, and late lecturer in the parish-church of George Buttolph-Lane, by Little East-cheap in London.: Against certaine calumniations asperged on him by the corrupt clergie, and their lay-proselytes, for some particulars, delivered in two sermons, at Michaels Church in Corne-hill, and else-where, concerning our nationall protestation. As it was declared, by way of digression, in a third sermon at the same church, the 23th. day of Januarie, in the morning lecture, anno, 1642.
Lawrence, George, 1615-1695? / [MDCXLII. 1642] The debauched cavalleer: or the English Midianite.: Wherein are compared by way of parallel, the carriage, or rather miscarriage of the cavalleeres, in the present reigne of our King Charles, with the Midianites of old. Setting forth their diabolicall, and hyperdiabolicall blaspemies, execrations, rebellions, cruelties, rapes, and robberies. / Penned by G.L. and C.L. for publique good.
Lawrence, Henry, 1600-1664. / [Printed in the yeare 1646] Of baptisme.: The heads and order of such things as are especially insisted on, you will find in the table of chapters.
Lawrence, Henry, 1600-1664. / [1652] A plea for the vse of gospell ordinances:: against the practice and opinions of certain men of these times. Unto which is added by way of an illustrious instance; a vindication of the ordinance of baptisme: against Mr. Dels booke, entituled The doctrine of baptismes. Wherein it's proved that the ordinance of baptism is of gospel institution, and by divine appointment, to continue of use in the Church, to the end of the world. / By Hen: Laurence Esq;.
Lawrence, Henry, 1600-1664. / [1649] Some considerations tending to the asserting and vindicating of the use of the Holy Scriptures, and Christian ordinances; against the practice and opinions of certaine men of these times. Wherein also particularly, by way of an illustrious instance, to the foregoing discourse, the ordinance of baptisme (so importunately of late decryed by some, as a thing legall and Jewish) is manifested to be of gospell-institution, and by divine appointment to continue still of use in the church.
Lawrence, John, preacher of the word of God in London. / [1624] A golden trumpet, to rowse vp a drowsie magistrate: or, A patterne for a governors practise drawne from Christs comming to, beholding of, and weeping ouer Hierusalem. As it was founded at Pauls Crosse the 1. of Aprill, 1624. By Iohn Lawrence preacher of the word of God in the citie of London.
Lawrence, Matthew. / [1657] The use and practice of faith: or, Faiths universal usefulness, and quickning influence into every kinde and degree of the Christian life.: Together with the excellency of a spiritual life (in difference from all tother) by way of a proœme. And the excellent work and reward of converting others to the faith, commended by way of close. Delivered in the publick lectures at Ipswich. By the late eminent and faithful servant of his Lord, Mr. Matthew Lawrence, preacher to the said town.
Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684. / [Printed in the year 1647] The wolf stript of his sheeps clothing or The antichristian clergy-man turn'd right side outwards.: Wherein is briefly discovered and layd open their subtile and wicked wayes and practises to deceive and destroy not only private people, or particular societies, but whole nation and kingdoms, and all under the plausible vizzard of reformation, church-government, punishing of hereticks and sectaries. / By R. Lavvrance Marshal General.
Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684. / [1682] The interest of Ireland in its trade and wealth stated in two parts first part observes and discovers the causes of Irelands, not more increasing in trade and wealth from the first conquest till now : second part proposeth expedients to remedy all its mercanture maladies, and other wealth-wasting enormities, by which it is kept poor and low : both mix'd with some observations on the politicks of government, relating to the incouragement of trade and increse of wealth : with some reflections on principles of religion, as it relates to the premisses / by Richard Lawrence ...
Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684. / [MCDLV. 1455, i.e. 1655] The interest of England in the Irish transplantation, stated: wherein is held forth (to all concerned in Irelands good settlement) the benefits the Irish transplantation will bring to each of them in particular, and to the Common-wealth in general, being chiefly intended as an answer to a scandalous, seditious pamphlet, entituled, The great case of transplantation in Ireland discussed. Composed and published at the request of several persons in eminent place in Ireland, to the end all who desire it, might have a true account of the proceedings that have been there in the business of transplantation, both as to the rise, progress, and end thereof. By a faithfull servant of the Common-wealth, Richard Laurence.
Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684. / [1657] Gospel-separation separated from its abuses; or The saints guide in Gospel-fellowship.: Whereby they may be directed not onely to preserve the purity, but withall the unity of Gospel-worship: by a well-wisher to Sions purity and unity, R.L. Imprimatur. Joseph Caryl.
Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684. / [1647] The Antichristian Presbyter: or, Antichrist transformed;: Assuming the nevv shape of a Reformed Presbyter, as his last and subtlest disguise to deceive the nations. / By Richard Laurence, Marshal-Generall.
Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. / [1681] William Rogers's Christian Quaker, manifested to be antichristian by Thomas Lawrence of Marlbrough.
Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. / [1675?] Some pitty on the poor: or, A way how poor people may be supplied with labour and relief, without begging: particularly intended for the town of Marlbrough in the county of Wilts, which occasioned another short form concerning the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with an appeal to the Parliament to encourage the work.
Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. / [1663] Verses spoken to the King, Queen, and Dutchesse of York in St John's Library in Oxford:
Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. / [1681] Hypocrisie detected or, a brief ansvver to Thomas Crisp's book. By Thomas Laurence. Let this paper be kept by Friends, and spread only as they see a service for it occasioned by Thomas Crisp's book, or otherwise.
Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. / [1663] Concerning marriage a letter sent to G.F. and with it a copy of an answer to a friends letter concerning marriage, and some queries and his reply to the answer and queries and an additional to G.F.s reply containing 13 queries concerning marriage, also the manner how the parties intending marriage are to go together / published by Benjamin Lawrence by the consent and advice of friends.
Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. / [1673?] A brief answer to three books, one by John Faldo, called an Independent, and two by Thomas Hicks a Baptist, put forth against the people called Quakers wherein the Presbyters, (Inde)pendents, and Baptists, though they differ among themselves, yet like Herod, Pontius Pilate, Judas, and the Jews are all joyn'd against the truth : but that which is not of God, shall not stand.
Lawrence, Thomas, A.M. / [1668] A discourse of subterraneal treasure occasioned by some late discoveries thereof in the county of Norfolk, and sent in a letter to Thomas Brown M.D.
Lawrence, Thomas, Sir, b. ca. 1645. / [ca. 1695] The present state of the Protestant religion in Mary-land
Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2. / [1681] The right of primogeniture, in succession to the kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland as declared by the statutes of 24 E.3 cap 2. De Proditionibus, King of England, and of Kenneth the third, and Malcolm Mackenneth the second, Kings of Scotland : as likewise of 10 H.7 made by a Parliament of Ireland : with all objections answered, and clear probation made : that to compass or imagine the death, exile, or disinheriting of the King's eldest son, is high treason : to which is added, an answer to all objections against declaring him a Protestant successor, with reasons shewing the fatal dangers of neglecting the same.
Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2. / [1681] The two great questions whereon in this present juncture of affairs, the peace & safety of His Maiestie's person, and of all His Protestant subjects in his three kingdoms next under God depend stated, debated, and humbly submitted to the consideration of Supreme Authority, as resolved by Christ.
Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2. / [1680] Marriage by the morall law of God vindicated against all ceremonial laws of popes and bishops destructive to filiation aliment and succession and the government of familyes and kingdoms
Lawrie, Robert. / [1660] God save the King, or, The loyal and joyfull acclamation of subjects to their King as it was opened in a sermon, preached in one of the congregations of the city of Edinburgh ...
Lawson, George, d. 1678. / [anno Dom. 1657] An examination of the political part of Mr. Hobbs his Leviathan.: By George Lawson, rector of More in the county of Salop.
Lawson, Jeremy. / [1681] Lawson of oathes and witnesses, according to the third and ninth commandments
Lawson, John, fl. 1644-1646. / [1646] Gleanings and expositions of some, and but some of the more difficult places of scriptures:: perhaps, but the first-fruits unto a more plentifull harvest / by John Lavvson.
Lawson, John, Sir, d. 1665. / [1652] A great and bloudy fight at sea between the Parliaments Navy, under the command of General Blake; and the Dutch fleet, commanded by the Lord Admiral Van-Trump.: With the true particulars thereof; the takeing of 21 men of war, 150 busses, 4000 prisoners; and the sinking, burning, and dispersing about threescore more of the Hollanders : the new oath taken by the Dutch; the advance of Vantrump; the engaging of the Engelish [sic]; and the taking of the Sampson of London, worth four hundred thousand pounds. Also, the bringing in of the East-India fleet to Plymouth, by Sir George Ayscue; and four rich merchants taken, bound for Holland. Examined by the original papers, sent to the councel of state on Sunday last; and published by authority.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1655] An untaught teacher witnessed against. Or, The old bottles mouth opened, it's wine poured forth, drunk of drunkards, denyed of them who have tasted of the new.: That is to say, the unsound, unseasoned, unsavory doctrines, and opinions of Matthew Caffyn, Baptist-teacher laid open, who in the county of Sussex, is cryed up to be as their battle axe, and weapon of warre, who as Jannes and Jambres rides aloft, and bestirs himself with the magick rod of his lies, slanders, aspersions, and unsound doctrines, labours to strengthen the hands of carnal professors, and to keep the beloved of God in bondage: ... Which doctrines, and unsavory speeches were received from his own mouth, part of them at a meeting of the people called Quakers, at Crowley in Sussex, others thereof at his own house neere South-water, before me and John Slee, upon the fifth day of the seventh moneth, 1655 ... / Tho: Lawson. John Slee.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1680] A treatise relating to the call, work & wages of the ministers of Christ as also to the call, work & wages of the ministers of antichrist : wherein a testimony is born ... / Thomas Lawson.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1684] A serious remembrancer to live well written primarily to children and young people, secondarily to parents, useful (I hope) for all : lastly, compendious remarks of the death of Jonah Lawson who finished his course upon earth the 23d day of the month called February, 1683, in the 14th year of his age / [by] Tho. Lawson.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1680] A mite into the treasury being a word to artists, especially to heptatechnists, the professors of the seven liberal arts ... shewing what we own herein, being according to God and Godliness, and of God and what we deny, proceeding from and favouring of those deceitful lips which seduced man from his primitive station, a state of blessedness / [by] Thomas Lawson.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1656] The lip of truth opened, against a dawber with untempered morter.: A few words against a book, written by Magnus Bine priest, in the county of Sussex, which he calls, The scornful quakers answered, &c. But he himself is found the scorner, and the lyer, charging me with things I never spoke, nor never entered into my heart to speak. / Tho. Lawson.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [Printed in the year 1679] Dagon's fall before the Ark, or, The smoak of the bottomless pit scoured away by the breath of the Lords mouth, and by the brightness of his coming written primarily, as a testimony for the Lord, his wisdom ... : secondarily, as testimony against the old serpent his wisdom, which is foolishness with God ... : wherein as in a glass, teachers in schools and colledges may see their concern, neither Christian nor warrantable / by Thomas Lawson.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1677/8] Baptismalogia, or, A treatise concerning baptisms whereto is added a discourse concerning the supper, bread and vvine, called also, communion / by Thomas Lawson.
Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691. / [1660] An appeal to the Parliament concerning the poor that there may not be a beggar in England.
Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. / [1693] The vindication of the dead: or, six hours reflections upon the six weeks labour in answering Mr. Ashton's Speech published by authority.
Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. / [in the year 1693] The Jacobite principles vindicated: in answer to a letter sent to the author. Dedicated to the Queen of England.
Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. Honesty is the best policy
Lawton, Charlwood, 1660-1721. / [1693] A French conquest neither desirable nor practicable dedicated to the King of England.
Lawyer in the countrey. / [1689] A letter from a lawyer in the countrey to a member of Parliament, or, Indemnity the effect of vacancy
Laxton, Thomas. / [1682] A sermon preached at the funeral of the honourable Christopher Sherard, Esq., eldest son to the right honourable Bennet Lord Sherard, February the 28th, 1681 by T.L. ...
Lay-hand. / [1689] A plea for the holy sacrament being an attempt to rescue it from some late prophanations in civil matters. In a letter to a Member of Parliament. By a Lay-hand. Licensed, March 25, 1689. James Fraser.
Layer, John, 1585?-1641. / [1641] The office and dutie of constables, churchwardens and other the overseers of the poore together with the office and dutie of the surveyours of the high-wayes / collected for the help and benefit of such as are ignorant and unskilfull in the discharge and execution of the said offices.
Layfield, Edmund. / [1632] The soules solace A sermon preached at the solemne funerall of William Favvcit gent. in the parish-church of West-ham in Essex, May 18. 1631. and since enlarged. By Edmund Layfielde Bachelour in Divinity, preacher of St Leonards-Bromley in Midlesex, by Stratford-bow.
Layfield, Edmund. / [1630] The mappe of mans mortality and vanity A sermon, preached at the solemne funerall of Abraham Iacob Esquire, in the church of St. Leonards-Bromley by Stratford-Bow. May. 8. 1629. By Edmund Layfielde Bachelour in Divinity, and preacher there.
Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. / [1684] The inward and spiritual Christian distinguished from the outward nominal and notional and a generation of men in these dais parallel'd with the scribes and pharisees of thos daies that profess, say, and do not, that persecute others for religion, but will not stand to it themselves : with an exhortation to people to come to the Spirit of God and truth in their hearts that in it they may worship the living God that made them.
Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. / [1691?] Something concerning my convincement of God's truth the way, work & manner thereof.
Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. / [1686] Something concerning the two births.
Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. / [1686] The exercise of the spirit in spiritual things and the many good and peaceable fruits of righteousness experimentally witnessed ...
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705. / [1700] A search after souls and spiritual operations in man
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705. / [M DC XC VII 1697] Observations concerning money and coin and especially those of England
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705. / [1670] Observations upon Mr. Wadsworth's book of the souls immortality
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705. / [1698] Observations upon a short treatise, written by Mr. Timothy Manlove, intituled, The immortality of the soul asserted and printed in octavo at London, 1697.
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705. / [1692?] Observations upon a sermon intituled, A confutation of atheism from the faculties of the soul, aliaás, Matter and motion cannot think preached April 4, 1692 : by way of refutation.
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705. / [1699] An argument concerning the human souls seperate [sic] subsistance
Layton, Joseph. / [1684] A sermon preached at the anniversary meeting of the Eaton-scholars at St. Mary le Bow, on Nov. 22d, 1683 by Joseph Layton.