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Mabb, John. / [1609] The afflicted mans vow with his meditations and prayers. Written by Iohn Mabb, of the Inner temple, Gent: and sometime student there.
Mabb, John. / [1608] Adams tragedie declaring Satans malice and subtiltie, mans weaknesse and miserie, and his deliuerance from eternall captiuitie.
Mabbatt, John. / [Printed in the yeere. 1645] A briefe or generall reply, unto Mr. Knuttons answers unto the VII. questions, about the controversie betwen the Church of England, and the separatist and anabaptist briefly discussed. By John Mabbatt.
Mac Bride, John. / [Printed in the year 1697] Animadversions on the defence of the answer to a paper, intituled The case of the dissenting Protestants of Ireland, in reference to a bill of indulgence from the exceptions made against it together with an answer to a peaceable & friendly address to the non-conformists written upon their desiring an act of toleration without the sacramental test.
Mac Olero. / [1691] The rapparee saint a funeral sermon upon the death of Monsieur St. Ruth, preached at Gallaway, a little after the late fight / by Mac Olero ... ; to which is added St. Ruth's last speech to the Irish army.
Macbride, John, 1651?-1718. / [1698] A sermon before the provincial synod at Antrim preached June 1. 1698 / by Mr. John Mac-Bride ...
Macclesfield, Charles Gerard, Earl of, 1659?-1701. / [1698?] The Earl of Maclesfeld's case:
Macclesfield, Charles Gerard, Earl of, 1659?-1701. / [1685] The answer of Charles Earl of Macclesfield, to the petition and appeal of Alexander Fytton, from a decree made in chancery, by the right honorable Edward Earl of Clarendon (then Lord Chancellor) the 27th day of November 14. Car. 2. And from a dismission of the said Fytton's bill of review, by the right honourable the now Lord Keeper.
MacConnor, Dermond, 17th cent. / [1642] The copy of a letter written from Dermond MacConnor,: one of the chiefetaines of the Irish rebels, unto the King of Spaine, for aide and assistance against the English, and Protestants, being brought by an English marchant from Madrid and translated out of the Spanish originall. Also, a copy of another letter written from Lisbon in Portugall, concerning the execution of 4. noblemen, 4. gentlemen, and 3. bishops, and one of the inquisition. All traytors against the King of Portugall, Iohn the fourth. And to make up the 13th. the Bishop of Lamego, who had lately crown'd the King, yet since found guilty, with others, in a great treason and cruell massacre plotted, intending to kill the King of Portugall, his Queene, his sonne, and two daughters, and to burne the pallace, and citie, all in one day.
Mace, Thomas, d. 1709? / [Anno Dom. 1698] Riddles mervels and rarities: or, A new way of health, from an old man's experience, &c.: Being his kind legacy, to his fellow creatures: or, the physician, and no physician, prescribing physick, and no physick; shewing plain, easie, and cheap ways, how every man may become his own physician, his own apothecary, and his own chyrurgeon, with little or no trouble, but far less cost. Whereby sickness may certainly be prevented to the well; health, as certainly procur'd to the sick; and man's life comfortably preserv'd, to a good old age.... Divided into 2 parts, by two universal medicines; the one physical, the other natural; the first the worst, the second the best. Also a short discourse concerning the phylosopher's stone, ... With several other choice observations of profitable use, as may be seen in the table here annext.
Mace, Thomas, d. 1709? / [Printed for a publick good in the year 1675] Profit, conveniency, and pleasure, to the whole nation being a short rational discourse, lately presented to His Majesty, concerning the high-ways of England : their badness, the causes thereof, the reasons of those causes, the impossibility of ever having them well-mended according to the old way of mending, but may most certainly be done, and for ever so maintained (according to this new way) substantially, and with very much ease : and so that in the very depth of winter there shall not be much dirt, no deep-cart-rutts, or high-ridges, no holes, or vneven places, nor so much as a loose stone (the very worst of evils both to man and horse) in any of the horse-tracts, nor shall any person have cause to be once put out of his way in any hundred of miles riding.
Macey, George. / [1601] A sermon preached at Charde in the countie of Somerset, the second of March 1597 being the first day of the assises there holden.
Machell, Thomas. / [1677] That the northern counties which abound in antiquities and ancient gentry, may no longer be bury'd in silence
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [1640] Nicholas Machiavel's Prince· Also, the life of Castruccio Castracani of Lucca. And the meanes Duke Valentine us'd to put to death Vitellozzo Vitelli, Oliverotto of Fermo, Paul, and the Duke of Gravina. Translated out of Italian into English; by E.D. With some animadversions noting and taxing his errours.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [printed in the year 1660] [A] caveat for wives to love their husbands or, Pleasant news from hell. Written in Italian by that grand politician Nicholas Machiavel and now translated into English for a Christmas-gigg.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [1562 (April)] The arte of warre, written first in Italia[n] by Nicholas Machiauell, and set forthe in Englishe by Peter Whitehorne, studient at Graies Inne: with an addicio[n] of other like marcialle feates and experimentes, and in a table in the ende of the booke maie appere
Mackaile, Matthew, fl. 1657-1696. / [1677] Macis macerata: or, A short treatise, concerning the use of mace, in meat, or drink, and medicine. In six sections, the fifth whereof containeth some hints at the signaturs of simples; and the sixth, is concerning the original and cure of wind, in mans-body. By Matthew Mackaile chyrurgo medicine.
Mackaile, Matthew, fl. 1657-1696. / [1664] Moffet-well, or, A topographico-spagyricall description of the minerall wells, at Moffet in Annandale of Scotland translated, and much enlarged, by the author Matthew Mackaile ... ; as also, The oyly-well, or, A topographico-spagyricall description of the oyly-well, at St. Catharines Chappel in the paroch of Libberton ; to these is subjoyned, A character of Mr. Culpeper and his writings, by the same author.
Mackemie, Francis. / [1699] Truths in a true light, or, A pastoral letter to the reformed Protestants in Barbados vindicating the Non-Conformists from the misrepresentations commonly made of them, in that island and other places : and demonstrating that they are indeed the truest and soundest part of the Church of England / from Francis Mackemie.
Mackenzie, George, fl. 1697. / [1697] Unto his Grace his Majesties High Commissioner, and the honourable Estates of Parliament, the petition of George Mackenzie sub-tacksman of the additional and annexed-excise of the northern shires.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1684] Jus regium, or, The just and solid foundations of monarchy in general and more especially of the monarchy of Scotland, maintain'd against Buchannan, Naphtali, Dolman, Milton, &c.
Mackenzie, John, 1648?-1696. / [1690] A narrative of the siege of London-Derry, or, The late memorable transactions of that city faithfully represented to rectifie the mistakes and supply the omissions of Mr. Walker's account / by John Mackenzie ... ; the most material passages relating to other parts of Ulster and Sligo are also inserted from the memoirs of such as were chiefly concerned in them.
Mackenzie, John, 1648?-1696. / [1690] Dr. Walker's invisible champion foyl'd, or, An appendix to the late Narrative of the siege of Derry wherein all the arguments offered in a late pamphlet to prove it a false libel, are examin'd and refuted / by John Mackenzie ...
Mackqueen, John, d. 1734. / [1693] The magistrat's dignity, duty, & danger set forth in a sermon preached in the High Church of Edinbvrgh, on the anniversary day of the election of the magistrats.
Mackqueen, John, d. 1734. / [1694] The good patriot set forth in the example of the publick-spirited centurion in a sermon preached in the Gray-Friar Church of Edinburgh, on the first Munday of June, 168-, being the day ordinarly [sic] observed for the anniversary commemoration of George Herriot, the religious founder of the hospital called after his name Herriots Hospital.
Mackqueen, John, d. 1734. / [1687] Gods interest in the King set forth in a sermon preached in the cathedral of Edinburgh October the 14th at the anniversary commemoration of His Majesties birth / by one of the ministers of the city.
Mackqueen, John, d. 1734. / [1699] A divine and moral essay on the Christian pilgrim's conduct with some glances on that of the secular / by John Macqueen ...
Mackworth, Humphrey, Sir, 1657-1727. / [1698] The mine-adventure, or, An expedient first for composing all differences between partners of the mines late of Sir Carbery Pryse ... proposed by Sir Humphrey Mackworth, perused and settled by eminent and learned counsil in the law and finally established in two indentures made and executed by the present partners and which shall be inrolled in the High Court of Chancery.
Mackworth, Humphrey, Sir, 1657-1727. / [1694] England's glory, or, The great improvement of trade in general, by a royal bank, or office of credit, to be erected in London wherein many great advantages that will hereby accrue to the nation, to the crown, and to the people, are mentioned : with answers to the objections that may be made against this bank / by H.M.
Macky, John, d. 1726. / [1696] A view of the court of St. Germain from the year 1690, to 95 with an account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there : directed to the malecontents Protestants of England.
Macky, John, d. 1726. / [M.DC.XC.VI. i.e. 1696] A view of the court of St Germain since the year 1690.: With an account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there. : Directed to the malecontents Protestants of England.
Macmath, James, 1648-1696. / [M. DC. XCIV. 1694] The expert mid-wife a treatise of the diseases of women with child, and in child-bed: as also, of the best ways and means of help in natural and unnatural labours. With fit remedies for the various maladies of new born babes. A work more full than any yet extant: and most necessar [sic] for all bearing women, mid-wifes, and others that practise this art. By Mr. James McMath, M.D.
Macnamara, John, Gent. / [1681] The several informations of John Mac-Namarra, Maurice Fitzgerrald, and James Nash [brace] gent. relating to the horrid Popish plot in Ireland together with the resolutions of the Commons in Parliament upon the said informations, and message from the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament : Thursday the 6th of January.
Macnamara, John, Gent. / [1680] The information of John Macnamara, Gent., touching the Popish plot in Ireland carried on by the conspiracies of the Earl of Tyrone, and others his confederates to deliver up that kingdom to the French king, and establish the Popish religion therein : being all matter of fact, delivered upon oath to His Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament, in Novemb. 1680.
Macollo, John, 1576?-1622. / [1659] XCIX canons, or rules learnedly describing an excellent method for practitioners in physick / written by Dr. J. Macallo [sic], physitian in ordinary, first to Rodolphus, late Emperor of Germany, and after his death, physitian in like manner to K. James.
Mad man. / [Printed in the yeare, 1644] Divinity and philosophy dissected, and set forth,: by a mad man. The first booke, divided into three chapters. Chap. I. The description of the world in mans heart: with the articles of the Christian Faith. Chap. II. A description of one spirit acting in all, which some affirme is God. Chap. III. A description of the Scripture according to the history and mystery thereof.
Madan, Patrick. / [1687] A phylosophical and medicinal essay of the waters of Tunbridge written to a person of honour / by Pat. Madan ...
Maddison, Ralph, Sir. / [1655. i.e. 1654] Great Britains remembrancer, looking in and out.: Tending to the increase of the monies of the Commonwealth· / Presented to his Highness the Lord Protector, and to the High Court of Parliament now assembled. By the author Ralphe Maddison, Kt.
Maddocks, John. / [Printed in the yeare 1646] Gangrænachrestum, or A plaister to alay the tumor, and prevent the spreading of a pernitious vlcer, like to have grown upon, and putrified the good report of Jo. Maddocks, and Henry Pinnell.: Made up of a true relation (wherein the faults of the former impression by Master Edwards are revised, corrected, and amended) concerning some passages at Pool. / By the abused parties I.M. and H.P.
Maden, Richard. / [1637] Christs love and affection towards Jerusalem. Delivered in sundry sermons out of his words and carriage when he came unto her, as they are recorded, Luke 19. 41, 42. Wherein are handled, 1 Christs teares which he shed for Ierusalem, and the matter of singular observation in them. ... 6 The sin and misery of those who live under the meanes, and have the things of Christ and the Gospell hid from them. By Richard Maden B.D. preacher of the word of God at St. Helens London, and late fellow of Magdalen Colledge in Cambridge.
Magdalen College (University of Oxford) / [1612] Luctus posthumus siue Erga defunctum illustrissimum Henricum Walliæ Principem, Collegij Beatæ Mariæ Magdalenæ apud Oxonienses Mecænatem longè indulgentissimum, Magdalenensium officiosa pietas.
Magini, Giovanni Antonio, 1555-1617. / [1624] A strange and wonderfull prognostication: or rather, prenomination of those accidents which shall, or at least are likely to happen as may be coniectured by the rules and directions of astrology, in this yeare 1624. Written by Anthonio Magini, an Italian professor of the mathematickes, and much experienced in astonomy. And now faithfully translated into English.
Magini, Giovanni Antonio, 1555-1617. / [MDCXXII. 1622] The Italian prophecier. That is, A prognostication made for the yeere of our Lord God 1622. Practised by Antonio Magino, Professour of the Mathematickes, in the towne of Bononia, written fiue yeeres past: declaring many wonders and fearefull proceedings, wherewith the world is threatned to happen therein by warre this present yeere. With notable complaints made by diuers nations, touching the present estate of their countrey. Faithfully translated out of Italian into Dutch, and now into English.
Magni, Valeriano, 1587-1661. / [1634] A censure about the rule of beleefe practised by the Protestants VVritten in Latine by the most Reuerend Father Valerian Magni of Milan of the order of the Minors, of the seraphical S. Francis, named Capucins. And translated into English by R. Q. Gentleman.
Magni, Valeriano, 1587-1661. / [MDCL. 1650 i.e. 1651] Brevis disquisitio an & quomodo vulgo dicti evangelici pontifictios, ac nominatim Val. Magnide acatholicorum credendi regula judicium solidè atque evidenter refutare queant
Maguire, Francis. / [1642. July 2] The copy of two letters sent from Rome,: the one to Conny mac Guire, Lord of Iniskillin, now present in the tower, or to his brother Roury mac Guire in Ireland; the other to Phelim Roe O Neal, prisoner with the Lord Conny mac Guire. The one written by Francis mac Guire, cosin to my Lord Iniskillin: the other from Bonaventura O Conny, to Phelim Roe O Neal. Brought from Rome by Colonell Crely, who was apprehended at Dublin, and afterward executed, the 26. of Iune. Sent from Dublin within an inclosed letter by Master William Scot, to his beloved sonne William Scot now resident in London.
Maidwell, Lewis, 1650-1715. / [1700?] A scheme of learning propos'd to be taught in the Royal Schole for the real improvement and advancement of useful navigation, humbly submitted, &c. That from its candid, and beneficial intention, this great and good work may deserve the encouragement of this honorable House.
Maidwell, Lewis, 1650-1715. / [1680] A pindarick poem consecrated to the memory of his much honoured friend, William Fox Esquire. Who died of the fatal small pox April 12, 1680. In the 19th year of his age. Dedicated to his most afflicted parents the right honourable Sir Stephen Fox knight, one of the lords commissioners of the treasury, clerk of the green cloath, &c. and his most vertuous lady.
Maie, Edward. / [1621] A sermon of the communion of saints; preached by Edward Maie, chaplaine to the honorable societie of Lincolnes Inne
Maihew, Edward, 1570-1625. / [Anno Domini M.D.C.VIII. 1608] A treatise of the groundes of the old and newe religion. Deuided into two parts, whereunto is added an appendix, containing a briefe confutation of William Crashaw his first tome of romish forgeries and falsifications.
Maillard, André, fl. 1585. / [1585] An aduertisement to the King of Nauarre, to vnite him selfe with the King and the Catholique faithe. Beeing in trueth a very slaunderous, false, and seditious libell, against the said King of Nauarre, and other Christian princes ... Truely translated according to the copy printed in French.
Maillet, Marc de. / [27 Septembre, 1617] A la louange du serenissime roy, de la Grande Bretaigne Ode par le sieur de Mailliet gentilhomme François.
Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686. / [1672] A peaceable method for the re-uniting Protestants and Catholicks in matters of faith principally in the subject of the Holy Eucharist : proceeding upon principles agreed-on and waving points in dispute : upon occasion of the late conceit concerning the perpetuity of faith touching that great mystery / written in French by Lewis Mainbourg.
Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686. / [1685] The history of the crusade, or, The expeditions of the Christian princes for the conquest of the Holy Land written originally in French, by the fam'd Mounsieur Maimbourg ; Englished by John Nalson.
Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686. / [1685] An historical treatise of the foundation and prerogatives of the Church of Rome and of her bishops written originally in French by Monsieur Maimbourg ; and translated into English by A. Lovel ...
Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204. / [1690] Proponitur, Maimonidis More Nevochim typis mandandum lingua Arabica, qua ab authore primáo scriptum est. Suscipiendi operis causæ sunt, I. Latina editione Buxtorfiana ante multos annos prorsus distracta & absumpta, iste liber (ad explicandas S. Scripturas Apprime utilis) hodie quovis pretio non est redimendus. II. Quamvis clarissimi Buxtorfii versio Latina (si modo haberi posset) maxima ex parte sit accurata, alicubi tamen est justo laxior, & alibi aliquando virum doctissimum fefillit linguæ Hebraicæ amphibolia, cum non esset originalem textum Arabicum consulendo. Cum itaque doctrinam dicto libro contentam ... Si autem tales notæ censeantur sacere ut hoc opus in nimiam molem excrescat, his omnibus omissis, nudus textus Arabice & Latine emittatur. De his autem penes hujus operis promotores judicium esto. Dicti operis sequitur hujusmodi Specimen.
Mainardi, Agostino, 1487-1563. / [A.D. 1556] An anatomi, that is to say a parting in peeces of the mass. Which discouereth the horrible errors, and the infinit abuses vnknowen to the people, aswel of the mass as of the mass book, very profitable, yea most necessary for al Christian people. VVith a sermon of the sacrament of thankesgyuyng in the end, whiche declareth whether Christ be bodyly in the sacrament or not. By Chrystes humble seruant Anthoni de Adamo.
Maintainer of the saint's priviledge and liberty of conscience. / [1674] An assembly lecture, or, A sermon held forth at a conventicle upon this text, Saint's practice, chapter I, verse I : it is lawful for the saints to cheat the wicked / by a maintainer of the saint's priviledge and liberty of conscience.
Maintenon, Madame de, 1635-1719. / [1690] The cabinet open'd, or, The secret history of the amours of Madam de Maintenon, with the French king translated from the French copy.
Mainwaring, Thomas, Sir, 1623-1689. / [1679] The legitimacy of Amicia, daughter of Hvgh Cyvelick, Earl of Chester, clearly proved with full answers to all objections that have at any time been made against the same / by Sir Thomas Mainwaring ...
Mainwaring, Thomas, Sir, 1623-1689. / [1673] A reply to an answer to the Defence of Amicia, daughter of Hugh Cyveliok, Earl of Chester wherein it is proved, that the reasons alleadged by Sir Peter Leicester, in his former book, and also in his said answer, concerning the illegitimacy of the said Amicia, are invalid, and of no weight at all / by Sir Thomas Mainwaring ...
Mainwaring, Thomas, Sir, 1623-1689. / [1673] A defence of Amicia daughter of Hvgh Cyveliok, Earl of Chester wherein it is proved that Sir Peter Leicester Baronet, in his book entituled, Historical antiquities in two books, the first treating in general of Great Britain and Ireland, the second containing particular remarks concerning Cheshire, hath without any just ground declared the said Amicia to be a bastard / by Sir Thomas Mainwaring ...
Mainwaring, Thomas, Sir, 1623-1689. / [1673/4 i.e. 1674] An answer to Sir Peter Leicester's Addenda, or, Some things to be added in his Answer to Sir Thomas Mainwarings book written by the said Sir Thomas Mainwaring.
Mainwaring, Thomas, Sir, 1623-1689. / [1675] An answer to two books the first being stiled a reply to Sir Thomas Mainwaring's book, entituled, An answer to Sir Peter Leicester's Addenda, the other stiled Sir Thomas Mainwaring's law-cases mistaken / written ... Sir T.M.
Mainwaring, Thomas, Sir, 1623-1689. / [Printed in the year 1676] An admonition to the reader of Sir Peter Leicester's books. Written by Sir T. M.
Maisonneufve, Estienne de. / [Anno Domini, 1578] The gallant, delectable and pleasaunt hystorie of Gerileon of Englande containyng the haughtie feates of armes, and knightlie provvesse of the same Gerileon, with his loues and other memorable aduentures. Composed in the Frenche tongue, by Steuen De Maison Neufue Bordelois. And now newly translated into English.
Maisterson, Henry, d. 1671. / [1641] A sermon preached at St. Pauls by Henry Maisterson ...
Major, William, bell-man. / [Anno Dom. 1689] A copy of verses presented to all my worthy masters and mistrisses in the parish of St. Mary Newington-Buts, in Southwark by William Major, bell-man.
Makcouldy, Allan. / [1632] A true perpetuall prognostication for the yeare 1632, being leape yeare, and for all yeares to come declaring what shall fall out in time comming, with a rule to teach every one the airt of memorie : everie yeare is like to bee leape yeare, if divers and bankerupts, may haue money on band or trust / by Allan Makcouldy ...
Makemie, Francis, 1658-1708. / [MDCXCIIII. i.e. 1694] An answer to George Keith's libel.: Against a catechism published by Francis Makemie. : To which is added, by way of postscript. A brief narrative of a late difference among the Quakers, begun at Philadelphia.
Makin, Bathsua, fl. 1612-1673. / [1673] An essay to revive the antient education of gentlewomen in religion, manners, arts & tongues with an answer to the objections against this way of education.
Malbon, Samuel. / [1673] Christs glorious appearance to judgement in two choice sermons ... / Mr. Samuel Malbon.
Malbon, Samuel. / [1669] Death and life, or, Sins life, the sinners death; sins death, the saints life being the sum of eight sermons on Romans 8. 13. / by Samuel Malbon ...
Malby, Nicholas, Sir, 1530?-1584. / [1576] A plaine and easie way to remedie a horse that is foundered in his feete by which vsing, this remedie (within .xxiiii. howres after his instaunt foundering) you maye within .xxiiij. howres after the curre vsed, trauell your horse, and iourney him at your pleasure, as if he had not bene foundered at all. Set out by Nicholas Malbie Gentleman, seruant to the Queenes moste excellent Maiestie.
Malebranche, Nicolas, 1638-1715. / [1695] A treatise of nature and grace to which is added, the author's idæa of providence, and his answers to several objections against the foregoing discourse / by the author of The search after truth ; translated from the last edition, enlarged by many explications.
Malebranche, Nicolas, 1638-1715. / [1694] Malebranch's search after truth, or, A treatise of the nature of the humane mind and of its management for avoiding error in the sciences : vol I : done out of French from the last edition.
Malebranche, Nicolas, 1638-1715. / [1699] A treatise of morality in two parts / written in French by F. Malbranch, author of The search after truth ; and translated into English, by James Shipton, M.A.
Malebranche, Nicolas, 1638-1715. / [1695] Malebranch's Search after the truth, or, A treatise of the nature of the humane mind. Vol. II and of its management, for avoiding error in the sciences : to which is added, the authors defence against the accusations of Monsieur de la Ville : also, the life of Father Malebranch, of the oratory of Paris, with an account of his works, and several particulars of his controversie with Monsieur Arnaud Dr. of Sorbonne, and Monsieur Regis, professor in philosophy at Paris, written by Monsieur Le Vasseur, lately come over from Paris / done out of French from the last edition.
Malebranche, Nicolas, 1638-1715. / [1695] Christian conferences demonstrating the truth of the Christian religion and morality / by F. Malebranche. To which is added his Meditations on humility and repentance.
Malkin, G. (Gilbert) / [1697] A good-work for bad times, or, A way to make England rich and happy shewing how the charge of the war if it should continue may be born without any tax or pressure to the subject, and all the poor and idle persons in this nation may be employed or set to work, by which the nation will gain more than double the charge of the war as is herein plainly set forth, and the poor of all sorts that are not able to get their living by their work may be better maintain'd than now they are, without begging, and the children be brought up to work and taught to read, write and cast accompts, and be virtuously educated so as they may be serviceable to the nation : and also money will be made plenty and trade brisk, and some, amongst a great many, of the vast advantages that will accrue to the nation by it are here set forth : most humbly dedicated to the consideration of His Majesty and the Parliament / by G. Malkin.
Mall, Thomas, b. 1629 or 30. / [1695] Truth held forth and maintained according to the testimony of the holy prophets, Christ and his Apostles recorded in the Holy Scriptures with some account of the judgments of the Lord lately inflicted upon New-England by witchcraft : to which is added, Something concerning the fall of Adam, his state in the fall, and way of restoration to God again, with many other weighty things ... / written in true love to the souls of my neighbours and all men, which includeth that love to them and myself, by Thomas Maule.
Mall, Thomas, b. 1629 or 30. / [1658] [A] true account of what was done by a Church of Christ in Exon (whereof Mr. Lewis Stucley is pastor) the eighth day of March, 1657. when two members thereof were excommunicated. Together with the judgement of the non-conformists in the dayes of Q. Elizabeth, and K. Iames, concerning excommunication by a particular church. [Pu]blished by an eye abd ear-witness.
Mall, Thomas, b. 1629 or 30. / [1665] An offer of farther help to suffering saints, or, The best work in the worst times wherein the necessity, excellency, and means of preparation for sufferings are clearly evinced, and prescribed : in which, as in a glass, the people of God may see how to dress themselves for death, or any other suffering to which the Lord shall call : added as an appendix to the Sufferers mirrour.
Mall, Thomas, b. 1629 or 30. / [1668] Of holy living first a serious exhortation thereunto : secondly choice directions therein, both for every working and for every Lords-day.
Mall, Thomas, b. 1629 or 30. / [1665-1677] A cloud of witnesses, or, The sufferers mirrour made up of the swanlike-songs, and other choice passages of several martyrs and confessors to the sixteenth century, in their treatises, speeches, letters, prayers, &c. in their prisons, or exiles, at the bar, or stake, &c. / collected out of the ecclesiastical histories of Eusebius, Fox, Fuller, Petrie, Scotland, and Mr. Samuel Ward's Life of faith in death, &c. and alphabetically disposed by T.M. ...
Mall, Thomas, b. 1629 or 30. / [1668] The axe at the root of professors miscarriages in a plain detection of, and a wholesome caveat against the miscarriages opposite to faith in God / by Thomas Mall ...
Mallery, Thomas, fl. 1662. / [MDCLXXIV 1674] The inseparable communion of a believer with God in his love being the substance of several sermons preached on Rom. VIII 38, 39 / by ... Mr. Thomas Mallery ...
Mallet, John, Sir, 1622 or 23-1686. / [1680] Concerning penal laws a discourse, or charge at sessions in the burrough of Bridgewater, 12 July, 1680 / by Sir John Mallet, Kt. ...
Malory, Thomas, Sir, 15th cent. / [1498] [Le morte d'Arthur].
Malpas, Thomas. / [1661] Monarchiæ encomium est sceptrum sive solium justitiâ stabilitum; or a congratulation of the kings coronation,: shewing withall, the right way of setling and establishing the kings throne, and causing his crown to flourish upon his head. By way of explication of the first five verses of the 25 chapter of the Proverbs of Solomon, with an application of them to the occurrences of these times, / published by Tho. Malpas preacher of the Gospel at Pedmore in Worcester-shire.
Malpas, Thomas. / [1659] A box of spikenard newly broken: not so much for the preparation of the burial; as for the clearer illustration, and exornation of the birth and nativity of our blessed Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus. Contained in a short and sweet discourse which was at first hinted, and occasioned through a question propounded by R.B.P. de K. Which is now answered and resloved by T.M. P. de P.
Maltbey, John. / [1633] A grand-fathers legacy; or Maltbey's morsels for mourners. Diuided into seuerall meditations for euery day in the weeke. Being a comfort to all wounded and oppressed consciences, which seeke for comfort by the word of truth. By Iohn Maltbey late minister of Gods word at Buckland in Glocester-shire.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653. / [1651] Stoa Triumphans: or, two sober paradoxes, viz. 1. The praise of banishment. 2. The dispraise of honors. Argued in two letters by the noble and learned Marquesse, Virgilio Malvezzi. Now translated out of the Italian, with some annotations annexed.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653. / [1647] The chiefe events of the monarchie of Spaine,: in the yeare 1639. / Written by the Marquesse Virgilio Maluezzi, one of his Majesties Councell of Warre. Translated out of th'Italian copy, by Robert Gentilis Gent.
Man in the moon. / [1649] A tragi-comedy, called New-Market-Fayre, or A Parliament out-cry: of state-commodities, set to sale. The prologue sung by the cryer. ...
Man in the moon. / [1649] The second part of the tragi-comedy, called New-Market-Fayre or Mrs. Parliaments new figaryes.: Written by the Man in the moon. Prologue. Gentlemen, our poet bids me say, ...
Man of their councel. / [1649] Fire from heaven, falling upon the present army and the churches: or, Two words from the Lord to both·: Held forth to the understanding of those, that make not flesh their arm, and whose hope the Lord is, that cease from man (a piece of earth) whose breath is in his nostrils. As also to the terror and astonishment of all those, who lean upon the broken staff of Egypt, and trust in horses, and strengthen themselves in the strength of Pharaoh, and joy in the shadow of men; and cry to themselves, the temple of the Lord, the temple of the Lord. / By a man of their councel.
Man, Abraham. / [1617] An amulet or preservative against sicknes and death in two parts : the first containing spirituall direction for the sicke at all times needfull, but especially in the conflict of sicknes and agonie of death : the second, a method or order of comforting the sicke ... / collected and set forth ... by A.M. minister of the Word of God in Henley vpon Thames ; whereunto is annexed a most pithie and comfortable sermon of mortalitie, written by the blessed martyr S. Cyprian Bishop of Carthage, translated into English by A.M. ; together with sundry prayers needfull in time of sicknesse.
Man, Stephen. / [1619] A relation of certaine things in Spaine worthy of obseruation: Set forth by Stephen Man, one of the yeomen of his Maiesties chamber.
Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657. / [in the year 1656. ] Vindiciæ Judæorum, or A letter in answer to certain questions propounded by a noble and learned gentleman, touching the reproaches cast on the nation of the Jevves; wherein all objections are candidly, and yet fully cleared. By Rabbi Menasseh Ben Israel a divine and a physician.
Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657. / [1641] To His Highnesse the Lord Protector of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland the humble addresses of Menasseh ben Israel, a divine, and doctor of physick, in behalfe of the Jewish nation.
Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657. / [1650] The hope of Israel: written by Menasseh ben Israel, a Hebrew divine, and philosopher. Newly extant, and printed in Amsterdam, and dedicated by the author to the High Court, the Parliament of England, and to the Councell of State. Translated into English, and published by authority. In this treatise is shewed the place wherein the ten tribes at this present are, proved partly by the strange relation of one Anthony Montezinus, a Jew, of what befell him as he travelled over the Mountaines Cordillære, with divers other particulars about the restoration of the Jewes, and the time when.:
Manasseh ben Israel, 1604-1657. / [1700] De termino vitæ; or The term of life. Viz. Whether it is fix'd or alterable; with the sense of the Jewish doctors, both ancient and modern, touching predestination and free-will. Also an explication of several obscure passages and prophecies in the Old Testament; together with some remarkable customs observ'd by the Jews. Written in Latin by the famous Menasseh Ben Israel the Jew and now translated into English. To which are added, the author's life, never before publish'd; and a catalogue of his works.
Manby, Peter, d. 1697. / [1687] Some queries to the Protestants concerning the English Reformation, by J.W. Gent. Published with allowance.
Manby, Peter, d. 1697. / [1687] A reformed catechism. The first dialogue in two dialogues concerning the English Reformation / collected for the most part, word for word out of Dr. Burnet, John Fox, and other Protestant historians ; published for the information of the people in reply to Mas William Kings answer to D. Manby's considerations &c. ; by Peter Manby.
Manby, Peter, d. 1697. / [1688] A letter to a friend, shewing the vanity of this opinion that every mans sense and reason is to guide him in matters of faith.
Manby, Peter, d. 1697. / [M.DC.LXXXII 1682] A brief and practical discourse of abstinence in time of Lent wherein is shewed the popular mistake and abuse of the word superstition / preached at the Cathedral of St. Patrick Dublin, on Ashwednesday March 1, 1681/2, by Peter Manby, Dean of Derry.
Manby, Peter, d. 1697. / [1687] The considerations which oblig'd Peter Manby dean of London-dery, to embrace the Roman Catholic religion humbly dedicated to His Grace the Lord Primate of Ireland.
Manby, William. / [Printed, 1680] Some considerations towards peace and quietness in religion. In answer to the question, whether the multitude are fit readers of Holy Scripture.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1642] Two speeches delivered, the one by the Earle of Manchestr [sic] and the other by Iohn Pym Esquire, in Guild-Hall on fryday the 13. of Ianuary 1642:
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1642] Two speeches delivered by the Earl of Manchester, and Mr. Io: Pym, Esquire, in Guild-Hall, on Friday the 25. of Nov. 1642.: Concerning a present supply of money for the army, and propositions for easing the city for the time to come: and laying the burthen on the neutrallists and malignants throughout the kingdom.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [August 2. 1643] Three speeches delivered at a common-hall, on Saturday the 28 of July, 1643.: At the reading of a proclamation from the King: viz. I. By Edward Earl of Manchester, concerning the Tower of London. II. By John Pym Esq; by way of observation upon the said proclamation. III. By Henry Martin Colonell, concerning Sir William Waller, and what course is now to be taken. With a true copy of the proclamation aforesaid. Also, the deposition of Mr. Mayo, taken at Bridges in Flanders, Iuly 20. 1643. concerning contributions there made for the assistance of the papists in England. Imprimatur, John White.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [Re-printed, 1664] The speech of the right honourable Edward, Earl of Manchester, Lord Chamberlain of His Majesties houshold: delivered at the Guild-Hall, London, on Thursday, being the first day of December, 1664. at a common hall there held : where were also present ... members of the honourable Houses of Parliament.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1641. i.e. 1642] The right honourable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament, Ian. 3. 1641:: concerning the articles of high treason exhibited against him, Mr. Pym, Mr. Hambden, Mr. Hollis, Sir Arthur Haslerigge knight, and Mr. Strowde. By the Kings Majestie.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1647] Reasons delivered by the Right Honourable the Earle of Manchester: for nulling the forc'd votes, and against the high and visible insolencies of those that forced the Houses.: With a declaration of the House of Peeres acquitting themselves and other papers delivered at a conference of both Houses, on Wednesday, August 18. 1647. Also an ordinance of both houses of Parliament, appointing a secret committee for the sending for, and examining of parties and witnesses.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1642] Manchesters resolution against the Lord Strange.: With the Parliaments endeavour and care for the prevention of such sad calamities that may ensue upon the nation, by their severall votes, resolved upon in the House of Peers, and in the House of Commons, for the securing the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales. Iohn Brown Cler. Parliamen. Also a remarkable passage concerning his Majesties blocking up of Hull.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1642] A judicious speech made by the Right Honourable the Lord Kimbolton, in Parliament, Ianuary 3, 1641 concerning the articles of high treason exhibited against his Lordship, Sir Arthur Haslerig, M. Pym, M. Stroud, M. Hollis, and M. Hampden, by His Majesty ...
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1660] The Earl of Manchesters speech to His Maiesty, in the name of the peers, at his arrival at White-Hall, the 29th of May, 1660.: With His Maiesties gracious answer thereunto.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1662] According to His Majesties especial command to me signified for avoiding the great dangers happening by fire. That all persons having lodgings within His Majesties palace at Whitehal, should have so many leather boquetts, as there are chimneys within their respective lodgings; and that the same be kept there in readiness upon all occasions.
Manchester, Henry Montagu, Earl of, 1563?-1642. / [Anno Dom. 1631] Contemplatio mortis, et immortalitatis.
Mancinus, Dominicus, fl. 1478-1491. / [Anno 1568] A plaine path to perfect vertue: deuised and found out by Mancinus a Latine poet, and translated into English by G. Turberuile gentleman.
Mandeville, John, Sir. / [1582?] The voyages and trauailes of Sir John Maundeuile knight Wherein is treated of the way towards Hierusalem, and of the meruailes of Inde, with other lands and countries.
Mandeville, John, Sir. / [1510?] of delyces where a man shall fynde all maner of fruytes in all tymes . . .
Manley, Mrs. (Mary de la Rivière), 1663-1724. / [1696] The lost lover, or, The jealous husband a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesty's servants / written by Mrs. Manley.
Manley, Mrs. (Mary de la Rivière), 1663-1724. / [1696] Letters writen [sic] by Mrs. Manley to which is added a letter from a supposed nun in Portugal to a gentleman in France, in imitation of the nun's five letters in print, by Colonel Pack.
Manley, Roger, Sir, 1626?-1688. / [1674] The Russian imposter, or, The history of Muskovie, under the usurpation of Boris and the imposture of Demetrius, late emperors of Muskovy
Manley, Roger, Sir, 1626?-1688. / [1691] The history of the rebellions in England, Scotland, and Ireland wherein the most material passages, sieges, battles, policies, and stratagems of war, are impartially related on both sides, from the year 1640 to the beheading of the Duke of Monmouth in 1685 : in three parts / by Sir Roger Manley, Kt. ...
Manley, Roger, Sir, 1626?-1688. / [1670] The history of the late warres in Denmark comprising all the transactions, both military and civil, during the differences between the two northern crowns in the years 1657, 1658, 1659, 1660 : illustrated with maps / by R.M.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1669] Usury at six per cent. examined, and found unjustly charged by Sir Tho. Culpepper and J.C. with many crimes and oppressions, whereof 'tis altogether innocent wherein is shewed the necessity of retrenching our luxury, and vain consumption of forraign commodities, imported by English money : also the reducing the wages of servants, labourers, and workmen of all sorts, which raiseth the value of our manufactures, 15 or 20 per cent. dearer than our neighbours do afford them, by reason of their cheap wages ... : humbly presented to the high court of Parliament now sitting / by Thomas Manley, Gent.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1649] Temporis Angustiæ: Stollen houres recreations. Being meditations fitted according to the variety of objects. By Tho. Manley, jun. gent. and student, anno. ætatis 21mo.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1663] The sollicitor exactly and plainly declaring both as to knowledge and practice how such an undertaker ought to be qualified : as also his parts, qualities, and fitting endowments for such a weighty employment in a more special manner then hath ever been heretofore published by any hand whatsoever : shewing further the particular of suing a person priviledged, and how the same may by course of court sue any forrainer : being truly useful for all sorts of persons who have any important business in law or equity / by T.M.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1661] A short view of the lives of those illustrious princes, Henry Duke of Glovcester, and Mary Princess of Orange deceased, late brother and sister of His Majesty the King of Great Brittain collected by T.M. Esq., to whome the same will serve a rule & pattern.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1689] The present state of Europe briefly examined and found languishing occasioned by the greatness of the French monarchy for cure whereof a remedy, from former examples, is humbly proposed to His Royal Highness William Henry Prince of Orange and to the great convention of the Lords and Commons now assembled at Westminster : wrote upon occasion of the House of Common's vote to raise 8000001 to equip a fleet for the year 1671 mov'd thereunto by the pretended march of the French army toward the marine parts of Flanders / by Thomas Manley, Esq.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1677] A discourse shewing that the exportation of wooll is destructive to this kingdom wherein is also shewed the absolute necessity of promoting our woollen manufacture and moderating the importation of some commodities and prohibiting others, with some easie expedients tending thereunto / by Thomas Manly.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1672] The clerks guide leading into three parts, viz. I. Of indentures, leases, &c., II. Letters of attorney, warrants of attorney, mortgages, licences, charter-parties, &c., III. Bills, answers, replications, rejoynders in chancery, &c., under which are comprehended the most unusual forms of clerkship : to which is added, a fourth part of fines, recoveries, statutes, recognisances, judgements, &c. distresses and replevins : illustrated with cases, and the statutes relating to the same / by Tho. Manley of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.
Manley, Thomas, 1628-1690. / [1676] [An appendix to the office and duty of an executor.].
Manlove, Edward, fl. 1667. / [1653] The liberties and cvstomes of the lead-mines within the wapentake of Wirksworth in the county of Derby part thereof appearing by extracts from the bundels of the exchequer and inquisitions taken in the XVIth year of the reign of King Edward the first and in other kings reigns and continued ever since / composed in meeter by Edward Manlove Esq. ...
Manlove, Edward, fl. 1667. / [1667] Divine contentment, or, A medicine for a discontented man and a confession of faith, and other poems upon several subjects / by Edward Manlove ...
Manlove, Timothy, d. 1699. / [1698] Præparatio evangelica, or, A plain and practical discourse concerning the soul's preparation for a blessed eternity being the substance of several sermons preach'd at Leeds / by Timothy Manlove ...
Manlove, Timothy, d. 1699. / [1697] The immortality of the soul asserted, and practically improved shewing by Scripture, reason, and the testimony of the ancient philosophers, that the soul of man is capable of subsisting and acting in a state of separation from the body, and how much it concerns us all to prepare for that state : with some reflections on a pretended refutation of Mr. Bently's sermon / by Timothy Manlove.
Manning, Edward. / [Printed Anno Dom. 1664] The mask'd devil, or Quaker, neither fearing God nor reverencing man in an excellent and true description of these monsters (not men), made up of meer incongruities, as plainly appears by the late perfidious practice (of the seven Quakers which were lately convicted and to be transported) impartially represented in this ensuing narrative.
Manning, Edward. / [1665] Ashrea: or, The grove of beatitudes: represented in emblemes: and, by the art of memory, to be read on our blessed Saviour crucifi'd: with considerations & meditations suitable to every beatitude.
Manning, James, minister at Wellingborough. / [1604] A new booke, intituled, I am for you all, complexions castle as well in the time of the pestilence, as other times, out of the which you may learne your complexion, your disease incident to the same, and the remedies for the same. Published by Iames Manning, minister of the word.
Manning, Mr. (Francis), fl. 1688-1716. / [MDCXCV 1695] Sylvana a pastoral lamenting the death of our most gracious Queen Mary, of blessed memory / by Mr. Manning.
Manning, Mr. (Francis), fl. 1688-1716. / [1698] To His Sacred Majesty, King William III, a panegyrick presented to the Earl of Portland / by Mr. Manning.
Manning, Mr. (Francis), fl. 1688-1716. / [MDCXCV 1695] A pastoral essay lamenting the death of our most gracious Queen Mary, of blessed memory by Mr. Manning.
Manning, Mr. (Francis), fl. 1688-1716. / [1697] Greenwich-Hill a poem / by Mr. Manning.
Manning, Mr. (Francis), fl. 1688-1716. / [1700] The generous choice a comedy / written by Mr. Manning.
Manning, Mr. (Francis), fl. 1688-1716. / [1695] A congratulatory poem humbly offered to the King, upon His return home, after the taking of Namur. By Mr. Manning.
Manning, Peter, fl. 1621. / [1621] An acte to auoyde a decree in Chancery there made, betvveene one Francis Verzelline, sonne and heire of Iacob Verzelline the elder, plaintiffe; and Peter Manning, Michaell Pallmer, and their wiues, daughters of the sayde Iacob the elder, and others, defendants.
Manning, William, 1633?-1711. / [1686] Catholick religion: or, The just test or character of every person that in any nation is accepted with God discovered, in an explication of the nature of the true fear of God, and working of righteousness, with which the same is connected. In some discourses upon Acts 10. 35, 36. Wherein several important doctrinal truths, more immediately influential upon practise, are plainly opened, and vindicated from their too common misunderstanding. By William Manning.
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1681] Two discourses the first, shewing how the chief criterions of philosophical truth, invented by speculative men, more eminently serve divine revelation, than either philosophy or natural religion. The second, manifesting how all the foundations of the intellectual world, viz. reason, morality, civil government, and religion, have been undermin'd by popish doctrine and policies. By Tho. Mannyngham, M.A fellow of New Colledge in Oxford, and Rector of East-Tysted in Hant-Shire.
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1681] Praise and adoration, or, A sermon on Trinity-Sunday before the University at Oxford, 1681 by Thomas Mannyngham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1687] A sermon at the funeral of Sir John Norton, Bar. lately deceased prech'd at the Parish-Church of East-Tysted in Hantshire by Thomas Mannyngham.
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1686] A solemn humiliation for the murder of K. Charles I with some remarks on those popular mistakes, concerning popery, zeal, and the extent of subjection, which had a fatal influence in our civil wars.
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1692] A sermon concerning publick worship preached before the Queen on Wednesday the 23d of March, 1691/2 / by Thomas Manningham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1685] A short view of the most gracious providence of God in the Restoration and Succession, May 29, 1685
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1686] A sermon preached at the Hampshire-feast on Shrove-Tuesday, Feb. 16, 1685/6 by Tho. Mannyngham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1680] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Clayton, Lord Mayor of London, at Guild-Hall-Chappel, December 7, 1679 by Thomas Mannyngham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1695] A sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. Andrews Holborn, the 30th of December, 1694, on the most lamented death of our Most Gracious Sovereign Queen Mary by Tho. Mannyngham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1694] A sermon on the sincerity and integrity of the heart preach'd before Her Majesty, at White-Hall, February the 28th, 1693/4 / by T. Mannyngham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1694] Of religious prudence a sermon preach'd before the Queen at White-Hall, on Sunday, Sept. 17, 1693 / by Thomas Mannyngham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1692] The nature and effects of superstition in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons on Saturday the fifth of November, 1692 / by Thomas Mannyngham ...
Manningham, Thomas, 1651?-1722. / [1693] A comparison between a sincere penitent and a just person in a sermon before the Queen at Whitehall, March 8, 1692/3 / by Tho. Manningham ...
Manojo de la Corte, Fernando. / [1622] Newes from Spaine A relation of the death of Don Rodrigo Calderon, marques of seven churches, &c. Faithfully translated according to the Spanish copy printed at Madrid. By Fernando Manojo. From the court.
Manòsåur ibn Abåi ‘åAmir, 939-1002. / [1693] The following maxims were found amongst the papers of the Great Almanzor and tho they must lose a good deal of their original spirit by the translation, yet they seem to be so applicable to all times, that it is thought no disservice to make them publick.
Mansell, John, 1644 or 5-1730. / [MDCXCV 1695] Two sermons both preached at Northampton, one at the assizes March 1693, the other at a visitation October the 10th, 1694 by John Mansell ...
Mansell, R. (Roderick) / [1685] A poem upon the coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty King James II with an additional poem upon the death of our late Sovereign Lord Charles II of ever blessed memory / by R. Mansell, Gent.
Mansell, R. (Roderick) / [1680] An exact and true narrative of the late popish intrigue, to form a plot, and then to cast the guilt and odium thereof upon the Protestants ... faithfully collected by Col. Roderick Mansell.
Mansfeld, Ernst, graf von, 1585-1626. / [1624] Count Mansfields directions of vvarre. Giuen to all his officers and souldiers in generall.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1677] Words of peace or, Dr. Mantons last sayings: many of them taken from him on his death-bed, or observed on other remarkable occasions; tending very much to the edification of Christians.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1648] Englands spirituall languishing; with the causes and cure:: discovered in a sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons, on their solemn day of fast, at Margarets Westminster, June 28. 1648. / By Thomas Manton, minister of Stoke-Newington.
Manuche, Cosmo, fl. 1650-1652. / [1652] The loyal lovers a tragi-comedy / written by Major Cosmo Manuche.
Manuche, Cosmo, fl. 1650-1652. / [1652] The just general a tragi-comedy / written by Major Cosmo Manuche.
Manuche, Cosmo, fl. 1650-1652. / [1652] The bastard, a tragedy
Manuel, Prince of Portugal, 1600-1666. / [Printed in the yeare 1634] A declaration, of the reasons, moveing Don Emanuel, borne Prince of Portugall. Haveing been heretofore a devotary, under the name of Pater Felix, in the Order of the Barefooted Carmelites, to forsake the Romish religion, to joyne himself unto the catholick & apostolick Church; and in the same to professe the purity of the Gospell. The abridgement of this declaration was presented vnto the Consistory of the French Church at Delf signed with the hand of the said Prince, and after sermon read in his name to all the assembly, and after all, ratifyed by his owne mouth, the 15. day of Ianuary 1634. With certaine letters written from Brussels, since his coming over into these provinces. Translated out of French into English by I.R.M.D.
Manwayring, Henry, Sir, 1587-1653. / [1644] The sea-mans dictionary, or, An exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe together with an explanation of all the termes and phrases used in the practique of navigation / composed by Henry Manwaring ...
Manwood, John, d. 1610. / [1592?] A brefe collection of the lawes of the forest collected and gathered together, aswell out of the statutes & common lawes of this realme, as also out of sundrie auncient presidents and records, concerning matters of the forest : with an abridgement of all the principall cases, iudgements, & entres, contained in the assises of the forestes of Pickering and Lancaster / by Iohn Manwood ...
Manzini, Giovanni Battista, 1599-1664. / [1634] Politicall observations upon the fall of Seianus. Written in Italian by Gio. Baptista Manzini. And translated into English by Sr. T.H.
Manzini, Giovanni Battista, 1599-1664. / [1655] Manzinie his most exquisite academicall discourses, upon severall choice subjects.: Turned into French by that famous wit Monsieur de Scudery, Governour of Nostredame. And Englished by an honourable lady.
Manzini, Giovanni Battista, 1599-1664. / [1657] The loving husband and prudent wife represented in the persons of St. Eustachius and Theopista, martyrs / written in Italian by John Baptista Manzini and Englished by John Burbery.
Maplet, John, d. 1592. / [1581] The diall of destiny. A booke very delectable and pleasaunt: wherein may be seene the continuall and customable course, disposition, qualities, effectes, and influence of the seuen planets ouer all kyndes of creatures here belowe: also the seuerall and sundry situation of countryes and kingdomes. Compiled and discussed briefly, aswell astrologically, as poetically, and philosophically by Iohn Maplet Maister of Arte.
Mapletoft, John, 1631-1721. / [1695] The rich man's bounty, the true measure of his wisdom a sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, and Court of Aldermen, and citizens of London, at St. Brides Church, Easter-Wednesday, March 27, 1695 / by John Mapletoft ...
Mapletoft, John, 1631-1721. / [1687] A perswasive to the consciencious frequenting the daily publick prayers of the Church of England in a sermon upon I Thessal. verse 17, and 18.
Mar-Prelat, Martin, Doctor in all the faculties. / [1643] The character of a puritan;: and his gallimaufrey of the antichristian clergie; prepared with D. Bridges sawce for the present time to feed on. By the worthy gentleman, D. Martin Mar-Prelat, Doctor in all the faculties, Primate and Metropolitan.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1691] The third volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1645 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English by the translator of the first volume.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1694] The sixth volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1659 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English by the translator of the first volume.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1694] The seventh volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1642 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English, by the translator of the first volume.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1692] The second volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1642 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English, by the translator of the first volume.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1692] The fourth volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1642 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English, by the translator of the first volume.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1691] The first volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscovered at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe : and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) from the year 1637 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, first translated into Italian, afterwards into French and now into English.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1694] The eighth and last volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1642 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English, by the translator of the first volume.
Marana, Giovanni Paolo, 1642-1693. / [1692] The fifth volume of letters writ by a Turkish spy who lived five and forty years undiscover'd at Paris : giving an impartial account to the Divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, and discovering several intrigues and secrets of the Christian courts (especially of that of France) continued from the year 1642 to the year 1682 / written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English, by the translator of the first volume.
Marbury, Edward, 1581-ca. 1655. / [1647] Vox turturis vel columba alba albionis=The voice of the turtle, or, Englands white dove: in the deluge of division, the second time sent forth from Gods Arke, to prsent a peace-offering upon the altar of Jehovah Shalom. Humbly proposing that divine direction, which the God of Peace hath revealed in his word of truth, for determining differences by an holy ordinance of his owne institution, wherein himselfe is the sole judge, ... Shewing how by this divine way of Gods judgement, not onely the great differences here in church and state depending, may speedily and happily be determined with glory to God, honour to the King, and happinesse to the kingdomes, but also all the greatest controversies, both civill and sacred throughout Christendome may be composed, the effusion of blood prevented, many prophecies conducing to an universall peace fulfilled, the happy use of this holy ordinance made knowne, and the name of God thereby manifested, ... even among heathens. / Per E. M. Arm. Christi servorum minimo minorem.
Marbury, Edward, 1581-ca. 1655. / [1649. i.e. 1650] A brief commentarie or exposition upon the prophecy of Obadiah,: together with usefull notes / delivered in sundry sermons preacht in the church of St. James Garlick-Hith London. By Edward Marbury, the then pastor of the said church.
Marbury, Edward, 1581-ca. 1655. / [1650] A commentarie or exposition upon the prophecie of Habakkuk together with many usefull and very seasonable observations / delivered in sundry sermons preacht in the church of St. James Garlick-hith London, many yeeres since, by Edward Marbury ...
Marbury, Francis, d. 1611. / [1602] A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the 13. of Iune. 1602. By M. Francis Marburie.
Marbury, Francis, d. 1611. / [1602] A fruitful sermon necessary for the time preached at the Spittle vpon the Tuesday in Easter weeke last, by Frauncis Marbury. Published by direction of authoritie.
Marcelline, George. / [1625] Vox militis foreshewing what perils are procured where the people of this, or any other kingdome liue without regard of marshall discipline, especially when they stand and behold their friends in apparent danger, and almost subuerted by there enemies vniust persecution, and yet with hold their helping hand and assistance. Diuided into two parts, the first manifesting for what causes princes may enter into warre, and how necessary and vsuall it is, drawne from the actions of the Prince of Orange. The second discourseth of warre, souldiers, and the time when it is conuenient: collected out of the heroicall examples of Count Mansfield. ... Dedicated to Count Mansfield, and the honourable Councell of Warre.
Marcelline, George. / [1610] The triumphs of King Iames the First, of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland, King; defender of the faith Published vpon his Maiesties aduertisement to all the kings, princes, and potentates of Christendome, and confirmed by the wonderfull workes of God, declared in his life. Deuoted, dedicated, and consecrated to the most excellent prince Henry Prince of Wales.
Marcelline, George. / [1625] Epithalamium Gallo-Britannicum or, Great-Britaines, Frances, and the most parts of Europes vnspeakable ioy, for the most happy vnion, and blessed contract of the high and mighty Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, and the Lady Henrette Maria, daughter to Henry the fourth, sirnamed the Great, late King of the French and Nauarre, and sister to Levvis the thirteenth: now king of the said dominions. Manifesting the royall ancestors and famous progenitors of the mighty Prince Charles, and the most illustrious princesse, the Lady Henrette, explaining the sweete interchanges of mariages, as haue beene betweene France and Great Britaine. ...
March, Henry, fl. 1663-1664. / [MDCLXIV 1664] A new survey of the Turkish empire, history and government compleated being an exact and absolute discovery of what is worthy of knowledge or any way satisfactory to curiosity in that mighty nation : with several brass pieces lively expressing the most eminent personages concerned in this subject.
March, John, 1612-1657. / [1640] The second part of Actions for slanders with a second part of arbitrements together with directions and presidents to them ... : to which is added Libels or a caveat to all infamous libellers ... : to which likewise is added what defamations are derminable in the ecclesiastical courts, what not : as also certain queries or doubtful cases ... : and to each particular treatise severall and distinct tables / by John March.
Marchant, Hugh. / [1700?] Marchants water-works. King Willam and Queen Mary, by their letter patents, bearing date the eighth day of March in the sixth year of their reign; did grant to Craven Howard and John Harington, Gent deceased: and to Hugh Marchant and Huntley Bigg, Gent. for the term of ninety nine years, ...
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [1698] The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament, at the conclusion of the session, the first of September 1698:
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [1700] The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, &c., Lord High Chancellor to the Parliament of Scotland on Tuesday 29 October 1700.
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [anno Dom. 1698] The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, &c. His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland. On Munday the 22 of August 1698:
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [1698] The speech of Patrick Earl of March-mount, &c., His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the nineteenth of July, 1698. The speech of James Viscount of Seafield, Principal Secretary of State, and president to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the nineteenth of July 1698.:
Marconville, Jean de. / [ca. 1592] A treatise of the good and euell tounge. With the vnstablenesse of the same, and also with the abuses thereof. With a discourse of the punishment which the Lord hath shewed on al those which through swearing and periuring themselues, haue broken Gods commandements: as by this treatise most plainely appeareth. Made by Iohn of Marconuille gentleman.
Marcourt, Antoine de, d. ca. 1560. / [MDXLVII. 1547] A declaration of the masse the fruite thereof, the cause and the meane, wherefore and howe it ought to be maynteyned. Newly perused and augmented by the first author therof. Maister Anthony Marcort at Geneue. Tra[n]slated newly out of French into Englishe. Anno M.D.XLvii.
Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180. / [M DC XXXIV 1634] Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Roman emperor, his meditations concerning himselfe treating of a naturall mans happinesse; wherein it consisteth, and of the meanes to attaine unto it. Translated out of the originall Greeke; with notes: by Meric Casaubon ...
Mare, Richard. / [1675] God's dreadful judgement upon an eminent person in the Upper Lorain who was wonderfully transformed into a dog. Attested in a letter to a friend, by one Richard Mare, who was an eye-witness thereof; and is a present a lodger in the house of Mr Lyncol a grocer in St. Alban-street. With permission.
Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549. / [1597] The queen of Nauarres tales Containing, verie pleasant discourses of fortunate louers. Now newly translated out of French into English.
Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549. / [1654] Heptameron: or the history of the fortunate lovers; written by the most excellent and most virtuous princess, Margaret de Valoys, Queen of Navarre; published in French by the privilege and immediate approbation of the King; now made English by Robert Codrington, Master of Arts.
Marie de Médicis, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1573-1642. / [1619] The remonstrance made by the Queene-mother of France, to the King her sonne, for remedy of such disorders and abuses as she pretendeth to be in the present gouernement and managing of the affaires of state, in the realme of France. Particularly manifesting the authors thereof, with their supposed, ambitious practises and dangerous designes, threatning desolation and ruine vnto that kingdome. Faithfully translated out of French.
Marie de Médicis, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1573-1642. / [1619] Newes out of France: concerning great troubles likely to ensue, by occasion of the departure of the Queene Mother from Blois and the causes thereof. Contayned in the letters of the said Queene Mother, vnto her sonne the French King, and his answere therevnto; manifesting the motiues of his taking vp armes, and against whom he entends to imploy them. Dated the 17. of March, 1619. VVith foure other letters of the Queene Mother, to the Lord Chancelor, Keeper of the Seales; President Iannin, and Duke de Mayenne, and the Prince of Pyemont his letter vnto her, concerning these affaires. Faithfully translated, according to the French copie.
Marie de Médicis, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1573-1642. / [1639] A declaration of the Queene, mother of the most Christian King. Containing the reasons of her departure out of the Low-Countreys; and disadvowing a manifest, set out in her name upon the same argument.
Marie de Médicis, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1573-1642. / [1638] Declaration da la reyne Mere du Roy tres-Crestien contenant les raisons de sa sortie des pais-bas, et le desaueu d'un manifeste qui cour soubs son nom, sur le mesme subject.
Marie, de France, 12th cent. / [1548] The treaty[se of Syr Lamwell.].
Marino, Giambattista, 1569-1625. / [1675] The slaughter of the innocents by Herod written in Italian by the famous poet, the cavalier Marino, in four books ; newly Englished.
Mariott, Thomas, d. 1708? / [1689] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London at Guild-Hall Chappel, on Easter-day, 1689 / by Tho. Mariott ...
Mariott, Thomas, d. 1708? / [1661] Rebellion unmasked or A sermon preached at Poplar in the parish of Stepney (in the new chappel there lately erected by the Honourable Society of the East-Indie-Company) upon occasion of the late rebellious insurrection in London.: Wherein is opened the resemblances between rebellion and the sins of witchcraft and idolatry, as also the pretences for rebellion answered. By Thomas Marriot, M.A. of Kath. H. in Cambridge, and chaplain to the East-Indie-Company.
Mariott, Thomas, d. 1708? / [1689] The danger of division, and necessity of unity opened in a sermon preached at St. Lawrence's Church, before the election of the Lord Mayor / by Tho. Mariott ...
Maris, Elizabeth. / [1700?] At the Blew-Ball in Grays-Inn Lane near Holborn Barrs, next door to a tallow-chandler; where you may see my name upon a board over the door. Liveth Elizabeth Maris, the true German Gentlewoman. Lately arrived.
Maris, Peter. / [1700?] Advertisement. At the Crown and Golden-Ball, next door to Old King Charles's-Head, between great and little turn-stile, in High-Holbourn, liveth Doctor Peter Maris, an experienced and able physitian.
Maris, Peter. / [1700?] Advertisement. It is well known that in this kingdom is living an experienc'd and able physitian Dr. Peter Maris, who by the blessing of God has in his travels through five kingdoms done severall miraculous cures here in London since his coming over when left by others; He removes or prevents all diseases and distempers incident to the bodies of mankind.
Marius, John. / [1651] Advice concerning bills of exchange. By John Marius, publick notary.
Markham, Francis, 1565-1627. / [Anno 1622] Fiue decades of epistles of vvarre. By Francis Markham.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1607] The English Arcadia alluding his beginning from Sir Philip Sydneys ending / by Iaruis Markham.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1622.] A second part to the mothers blessing: or A cure against misfortunes. Diuided into certaine principall receipts, to cure the mind of man. / By G.M..
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1695] The compleat husbandman and gentleman's recreation or, the whole art of husbandry; containing I. Directions to cure all diseases in horses, which are almost 300, with 12 medicines only not of 12d cost. Also to cure oxen. kine. bulls. calves. ... II. Directions to improve land. ... III. To brew pale ale and beer, ... IV. Of planting and raising trees for timber and fruit, ... V. To destroy moles, foxes and other vermin. VI. To heal all diseases in men or women with chew'd white bread. ... VII. Directions in angling. fowling. hawking. hunting. ringing, &c. By G. Markham gent.
Markland, Abraham, 1645-1728. / [1667] Poems on His Majesties birth and restauration His Highness Prince Rupert's and His Grace the Duke of Albemarle's naval victories : the late great pestilence and fire of London / by Abraham Markland.
Marlborough, James Ley, Earl of, 1618-1665. / [1642] A learned treatise concerning wards and liveries written by the Right Honourable and learned gentleman St. James Ley, Knight and Baronet, Earle of Marlebrough ...
Marlborough, James Ley, Earl of, 1618-1665. / [1665] A copy of the Earle of Marleborough's letter to Sir Hugh P. Dated aboard the Old James, April 24. 1665
Marlorat, Augustin, 1506-1562. / [1570] A catholike and ecclesiasticall exposition of the holy Gospell after S. Mathewe, gathered out of all the singuler and approued deuines (whiche the Lorde hath geuen to his Churche) by Augustine Marlorate. And translated out of Latine into Englishe by Thomas Tymme, mynister. Sene and allowed according to the order appointed.
Marlorat, Augustin, 1506-1562. / [1574] A catholike exposition vpon the Reuelation of Sainct Iohn. Collected by M. Augustine Marlorate out of diuers notable writers, whose names ye shal find in the page following
Marlorat, Augustin, 1506-1562. / [1570?] A treatise of the sin against the holy ghost made by M. Augustine Marlorate. Translated out of French to the great consolation of all such as repent them of their sinnes, and to the astonying of of [sic] those that mock and despise the gospell of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Marlorat, Augustin, 1506-1562. / [Anno Domini. 1575] A catholike and ecclesiasticall exposition of the holy Gospell after S. Iohn. Gathered out of all the singuler and approued deuines (which the Lorde hath giuen vnto his Church) by Augustine Marlorate. And translated out of Latin into Englishe by Thomas Timme minister. Seene and allovved according to the order appoynted
Marlorat, Augustin, 1506-1562. / [1583] A catholike and ecclesiasticall exposition of the holy gospell after S. Marke and Luke. Gathered out of all the singular and approued deuines, vvhich the Lorde hath geuen to hys church by Augustine Marlorat. And translated out of Latine into English by Thomas Timme minister. Sene and alowed according to the order appointed.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1690] A treatise of the Holy Trinunity [sic]. In two parts. The first, asserting the deity of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, in the unity of essence with God the father. The second, in defence of the former, containeth answers to the chiefest objections made against this doctrine. By Isaac Marlow.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1693/4 i.e. 1694] A tract on the Sabbath-Day wherein the keeping of the first-day of the week a Sabbath is justified by a divine command and a double example contained in the Old and New Testament : with answers to the chiefest objections made by the Jewish seventh-day Sabbatharians and others / by Isaac Marlow.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1691] Some short observations made on a book newly published by Mr. Benjamin Keach intituled, The breach repaired in God's worship, &c. wherein is contained a pretended answer to Isaac Marlow's Brief discourse concerning singing in the publick worship of God; as also to an appendix, lately published, and thereunto added.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1692] Some brief remarks on a paper printed and annexed to the narrative of the proceedings of the elders and messengers of the baptized churches of Christ, asserting the doctrine of personal election and final perseverance, who met in London, on May the 17. 1692. to consider of several cases, in order to preserve and encrease their mutual love, peace, concord, and welfare among themselves.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1694] The purity of Gospel communion, or, Grounds and reasons for separation from persons of corrupt manners, or that hold erroneous doctrine in matters of faith essential to salvation, or that are guilty of false worship, or irregular administration of Gospel ordinances briefly discussed to prevent the increase of sin and disorder by a mixed communion in church fellowship / by Isaac Marlow.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1691] Prelimited forms of praising God, vocally sung by all the church together, proved to be no gospel ordinance. In a sober discourse concerning singing. With a large appendix thereunto added, containing several things not treated of before; and wherein the case of singing is more fully opened and discussed in divers principal branches of it: greatly tending to the clearing and confirmation of the truth discoursed of in the former part. / By Isaac Marlow.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1696] A clear confutation of Mr. Richard Allen, and his five commendators, from their own confessions, collected out of the vindication of his essay, and fairly improv'd against them, to the overthrow of their conjoined singing in artificial tunes in gospel-worship. To which is added, an answer to Mr. William Collins's defence from the charge exhibited against him in my book, entituled, The controversie of singing brought to an end, &c.
Marlow, Isaac. / [1697] An account of the unjust proceedings, in some matters of difference, between Mr. Williams Collins and Isaac Marlow by several persons who pretend upon plain evidence, to acquit the one, and to give their judgement against the other.
Marlow, John, 1648-1695. / [1673. ] Phármaka ouranóthen, the shadow of the tree of life: Or A discourse of the divine institution and most effectual application of medicinal remedies. In order to the preservation, and restauration of health. / By J.M.
Marlow, John, 1648-1695. / [1682] Letters to a sick friend containing such observations as may render the use of remedies effectual towards the removal of sickness, and preservation of health. By J. M.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1616] The tragicall history of the life and death of Doctor Faustus. Written by Ch. Marklin
Marmet, Ezekiel. / [1645] Sermon de feu Mr. Marmet, pasteur de l'Eglise Reformee a Londres, sur la paix qui se fit entre l'Angleterre, et l'Ecosse, l'an 1639
Marmion, Shackerley, 1603-1639. / [1637 i.e. 1638] A morall poem, intituled the Legend of Cupid and Psyche. Or Cupid and his mistris As it was lately presented to the Prince Elector. Written by Shackerley Marmion, Gent.
Marmion, Shackerley, 1603-1639. / [1632] Hollands leaguer. An excellent comedy as it hath bin lately and often acted with great applause, by the high and mighty Prince Charles his Servants; at the private house in Salisbury Court. Written by Shackerley Marmyon, Master of Arts.
Marmion, Shackerley, 1603-1639. / [1633] A fine companion Acted before the King and Queene at White-hall, and sundrie times with great applause at the private house in Salisbury Court, by the Prince his Servants. Written by Shakerley Marmyon.
Marmion, Shackerley, 1603-1639. / [1666] Cupid's courtship, or, The celebration of a marriage between the god of love and Psiche
Marnettè, Mounsieur, 17th cent. / [1656] The perfect cook: being the most exact directions for the making all kinds of pastes, with the perfect way teaching how to raise, season, and make all sorts of pies, pasties, tarts, and florentines, &c. now practised by the most famous and expert cooks, both French and English. As also the perfect English cook, or right method of the whole art of cookery, with the true ordering of French, Spanish, and Italian kickshaws, with alamode varieties for persons of honour. To which is added, the way of dressing all manner of flesh, fowl, and fish, and making admirable sauces, after the most refined way of French and English. The like never extant; with fifty five ways of dressing of eggs. / By Mounsieur Marnettè.
Marnix van St. Aldegonde, Philips van, 1538-1598. / [Anno D. 1583] A pithie, and most earnest exhortation, concerning the estate of Christiandome together with the meanes to preserue and defend the same; dedicated to al christian kings princes and potentates, with all other the estates of Christiandome: by a Germaine gentleman, a louer of his countrey.
Marot, Clément, 1495?-1544. / [M.DC.LXXXVI 1686] Les Pseaumes de David mis en rime Françoise par Clem. Marot & Theodore De Beze.
Marot, Louis. / [1677] A narrative of the adventures of Lewis Marott pilot-royal of the galleys of France. Giving an account of his slavery under the Turks, his escapes out of it, and other strange occurrences that ensued thereafter. Translated from the French copy.
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [22 July 1589] Theses Martinianae that is, certaine demonstratiue conclusions, sette downe and collected (as it should seeme) by that famous and renowmed clarke, the reuerend Martin Marprelate the great: seruing as a manifest and sufficient confutation of al that euer the Colledge of Catercaps with their whole band of clergie-priests, haue, or canbring [sic] for the defence of their ambitious and antichristian prelacie. Published and set foorthe as an after-birth of the noble gentleman himselfe, by a prety stripling of his, Martin Iunior, and dedicated by him to his good neame and nuncka, Maister Iohn Kankerbury: hovv the yongman [sic] came by them, the reader shall vunderstande sufficiently in the epilogue. In the meane time, vvhosoeuer can bring mee acquainted vvith my father, Ile bee bounde hee shall not loose his labour.
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [1641] Reformation no enemie, or, A true discourse betweene the bishops and the desirers of reformation wherein is plainely laid open the present corrupt government of our church, and the desired forme of government plainely proved by the word of God.
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [Sept. 1589] The protestatyon of Martin Marprelat wherin not wih [sic] standing the surprizing of the printer, he maketh it known vnto the world that he feareth, neither proud priest, antichristian pope, tiranous prellate, nor godlesse catercap: but defiethe all the race of them by these presents and offereth conditionally, as is farthere expressed hearein by open disputation to apear in the defence of his cause against them and theirs Which chaleng if they dare not maintaine aginst him: then doth he alsoe publishe that he never meaneth by the assitaunce [sic] of god to leaue the a ssayling [sic] of them and theire generation vntill they be vterly extinguished out of our church Published by the worthie gentleman D. martin marprelat D. in all the faculties primat and metropolitan
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [29 July 1589] The iust censure and reproofe of Martin Iunior. Wherein the rash and vndiscreete headines of the foolish youth, is sharply mette with, and the boy hath his lesson taught him, I warrant you, by his reuerend and elder brother, Martin Senior, sonne and heire vnto the renowmed Martin Mar-prelate the Great. Where also, least the springall shold be vtterly discouraged in his good meaning, you shall finde, that hee is not bereaued of his due commendations.
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [March 1589] Hay any worke for Cooper: or a briefe pistle directed by waye of an hublication to the reverende byshopps counselling them, if they will needs be barrelled vp, for feare of smelling in the nostrels of her Maiestie [and] the state, that they would vse the aduise of reuerend Martin, for the prouiding of their cooper. Because the reuerend T.C. (by which misticall letters, is vnderstood, eyther the bounsing parson of Eastmeane, or Tom Coakes his chaplaine) to bee an vnskilfull and a beceytfull [sic] tubtrimmer. Wherein worthy Martin quits himselfe like a man I warrant you, in the modest defence of his selfe and his learned pistles, and makes the coopers hoopes to flye off, and the Bishops tubs to leake out of all crye. Penned and compiled by Martin the Metropolitane.
Marriott, John, d. 1653. / [1652] The English mountebank: or, a physical dispensatory, wherein is prescribed, many strange and excellent receits of Mr Marriot,: the great eater of Grays-Inn: with the manner how he makes his cordial broaths, pills, purgatious [sic], julips, and vomits, to keep his body in temper, and free from surfeits. With sundry directions, 1 How to make his cordial broath. 2 His pills to appease hunger. 3 His strange purgation; never before practised by any doctor in England. 4 The manner and reason, why he swallows bullets & stones. 5 How he orders his bak'd meat, or rare dish on Sundays. 6 How to make his new fashion fish-broath. 7 How to make his sallet, for cooling of the bloud. 8 How to make his new dish, called a frigazee: the operation whereof, expells all sadness and melancholy.
Marriott, Robert, 1608?-1689. / [1641] A sermon in commemoration of the truely vertuous and religious gentlewoman, Mris. Elizabeth Dering wife of Mr. Charles Dering ... she departed this life at Pluckley in Kent the 26 day of July, 1640 / by Robert Marriot.
Marryat, Richard. / [1642] A short treatise discovering the prevailing excellency of the death of Christ with the Father, by way of opposition to that doctrine, that Christ dyed alike for all.: Declaring in whom only the saints happinesse doth consist by meanes of this their purchased redemption: also their freedome from the guilt and curse of the Law. / Written for the satisfaction of some, if it may be. By Richard Marryat.
Marsal, Richard. / [1647. i.e. 1646] XXIX. directions and considerations, stirring us up to watchfulnesse, where every Christian may get armour in these dangerous times, to fight against Antichrist, and his adherents.: With Thirteen principles of religion, by M. Perkins: by way of question and answer. Shewing, what necessitie there is for all that are for reformation, and are desirous to venture life fortune and estate, for religion, King, Parliament, laws and liberties; against those who (if they prevail) will blot out religion, and utterly destroy us all. Published by Richard Marsal minister of Gods word. Set forth by authority, and printed with order.
Marsal, Richard. / [1645] Fifteen considerations, stirring us up to the watchfulnesse of these dangerous times.: With, fourteen directions to every godly Christian, who is desirous to go out to fight the Lords battles against Antichrist. Also, thirteen principles of religion; by Mr. Perkins: by way of question and answer. Shewing, what necessitie there is for all that are for reformation, and are desirous to venture life, fortune and estate, for religion, King, Parliament, laws, liberties; against those who (if they prevail) will blot out religion, and utterly destroy us all. Published by Richard Marsal minister of Gods word. Published by authority, and printed with order.
Marsden, Thomas. / [1688] Roman Catholicks uncertain whether there be any true priests or sacraments in the church of Rome evinced by an argument urg'd and maintain'd (upon their own principles) against Mr. Edward Goodall of Prescot in Lancashire / by Thomas Marsden ...
Marsh, Henry, fl. 1663-1664. / [1664] The second part of the new survey of the Turkish empire, containing I. The extent of its dominion, when, how and by whom conquered. II. An account of the Tartars. III. The life of Mahomet the Imposter. IV. Their militia. V. Their government civil and ecclesiastick. VI. The continuation of their history. Being now and absolute and compleat discovery of what is worth knowledge, or is any way satisfactory to curiosity, in that mighty nation.
Marsh, Henry, fl. 1663-1664. / [1663] A new survey of the Turkish empire and government in a brief history deduced to this present time, and the reign of the now Grand Seignior, Mahomet the IV, the present and XIV emperor : with their laws, religion, and customs : as also an account of the siege of Newhausel.
Marsh, John, 1612-1657. / [1642] An argument or, debate in law: of the great question concerning the militia; as it is now settled by ordinance of both the Houses of Parliament.: By which, it is endeavoured, to prove the legalitie of it, and to make it warrantable by the fundamentall laws of the land. In which, answer is also given to all objections that do arise, either directly, or collaterally concerning the same. All which is referred to the judicious reader. by J.M. C.L.
Marsh, John, writer of verse. / [Anno Dom. 1645] Marsh his mickle monument.: Raised on shepherds talkings, in moderate walkings, in divine expressions, in humane transgressions.
Marsh, Richard, 1670 or 71-1732. / [1699] The vanity and danger of modern theories a sermon preach'd at St. Mary Church in Cambridge, on Sunday the 13th day of August, 1699 / by Richard Marsh ...
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. / [1674] The way of life revealed and the way of death discovered wherein is declared man's happy estate before the fall, his miserable estate in the fall, and the way of restauration out of the fall into the image of God again ... : also the by-pathes, crooked wayes, wiles, snares, and temptations of the enemy of man's soul discover'd ... the utter end and final destruction of all false professions prophesied ... : also a call in the tender bowels of the love of God shed abroad in this day, age, and generation to all the scatterrd sheep upon the barren mountains of profession to return to the true shepherd Christ Jesus ... / Charles Marshall.
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. / [1675] The trumpet of the Lord sounded out of Sion to awaken England's inhabitants into a sence of the mercies and judgments of the Lord by Charles Marshall.
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. A tender visitation in the love of God unto all people everywhere particularly unto the inhabitants of Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, and Bristol, and to my neighbours in and about Tetherton, Calloways, and the adjacent towns and villages / by Charles Marshall.
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. / [1681] A plain and candid account of the natures, uses and quantities of some experienced medicines. Published to the intent the afflicted withsickness [sic] may have the benefit of them. Truly prepared by Charles Marshall.
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. / [1673] A second epistle, being a tender salutation to the seed of Jacob vvherein is contained an exhortation to the called and chosen people of the Lord, who have kept their first love, to abide therein to the end : also, a hand of dear love held forth to the spiritual travellers, who are travelling from Egypt's land of darkness towards the spiritual land of rest : the counsel and determination of the Lord God Almighty founded in the ears of the unfaithful, disobedient and deceitful, who hold the truth in unrighteousness, and cover themselves with a profession of the precious truth, and yet live in the nature and spirit of those who walk in the broad way, that leadeth to destruction : also, a brief rehearsal and discovery of the enemy of man's soul, his workings from the beginning of his appearance unto this day, age, and generation / Charles Marshall.
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. / [1697] An epistle to the flock of Christ Jesus, (and professors of truth in general amongst us,) being to them a tender visitation from the true and living God; and chiefly intended for such as profess the true spirit. To which is added, A testimony concerning the precious unity of the spirit, with a postscript to both. / By Charles Marshall.
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. / [1730?] An epistle to Friends coming forth in the beginning of a testimony: and of the snares of the enemy therein.
Marshall, Marmaduke. / [1649] Certain proposalls in all humblenesse presented to the consideration of the honourable assembly of Parliament for considerable advance of monies, and augmentation of publick revenue for the future.
Marshall, Thomas, 1621-1685. / [yn y flwydd yn 1682] Y catechism a osodwyd allan yn llyfr Gweddi Gyffredin, wedi i egluro yn gryno drwy nodau Byrrion a sylfaenwyd ar yr yscrythyr lan:
Marshall, Thomas, 1621-1685. / [1654] The Kings censure upon recusants that refuse the sacrament of the Lords Supper.: Delivered in three sermons, containing a refutation of some dangerous common errors, and a remonstration of the duties of administration and participation of that holy sacrament. Proving the necessity of receiving it. Reproving the neglect and contempt of it. Disproving the exceptions and excuses alleged against either the giving or taking of it. Set forth to publick view for the hungry and thirsty souls sake that desire to be satisfyed. By Thomas Marshal minister of the doctrin [sic] and sacraments of the Gospel.
Marshall, Walter, 1628-1680. / [1692] The gospel-mystery of sanctification opened in sundry practical directions suited especially to the case of those who labour under the guilt and power of indwelling sin : to which is added a sermon of justification / by Mr. Walter Marshal ...
Marshe, Adam. / [1647] New propositions sent from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax to the Honourable House of Commons; concerning the preservation and safety of the Kings Majesties realmes and dominions. Together with the Parliaments answer thereunto. Also, the armies new propositions in reference to the whole kingdome, and their further resolution concerning the same. Printed and published, for the speedy dispiercing of the fore-going propositions to each respective county throughout the kingdome of England, and principality of Wales.
Marshe, Richard, d. 1663. / [Anno 1625] A sermon preached at the consecration of the right reuerend father in God, Richard Senhouse, Lord Bishop of Carlile in the Metropoliticall Church of York, the six and twentith of September, 1624. By Richard Marshe Master of Arts, and vicar of Bristall in Yorke-shire.
Marsin, M. / [1697] The womans advocate shewing the reason according to Scripture or the scripture reason why God hath brought to light the true meaning of his word by an unexpected hand.
Marsin, M. / [1699] Two sorts of latter days, proved from Scripture. First, the latter days of perilous times, the which are to be ended before the great and glorious latter days have their beginning. Proved when the elder people or nation is to serve the younger. And by that servitude made blessed. The old and new testament made to agree. And truth vindicated against all heresies. By M. Marsin.
Marsin, M. / [1698] Truth vindicated against all heresies shewing how the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent is distinguished : the woman cloathed with the sun discoverd, she having the moon under her feet : the Old and New Testament made to agree and God's justice and mercy magnified.
Marsin, M. / [1696] The near approach of Christ's kingdom, clearly proved by Scripture with a certain account of the signs of the present times relating thereto ...
Marsin, M. / [1700] A full and clear account the scripture gives of the Deity and all the mistakes removed relating thereunto : proved that the heaven of heavens and the fall of angels was before the six days creation : with an account where the being of Hell is / by M. Marsin.
Marsin, M. / [1700] Good news to the good women, and to the bad women too that will grow better the like to the men, but here the women are put in the first place, (the which is now out of their place) because this book chiefly treats of the women : shewing what the Scripture saith of the good women, and also what the Scripture saith of the bad women : and for satisfaction to the Jews, herein is proved whose seed it is, the serpents head shall bruise.
Marsin, M. / [1698] The first book, a clear and brief explanation upon the chief points of the New Testament ... by M. Marsin.
Marsin, M. / [1697] All the chief points contained in the Christian religion and those great truths in the word which we have not had a right apprehension for almost thirteen hundred years, never since the rise of the beast, are now discovered by the finger of God / the whole here collected into short heads, that thereby they might the better sink down into the understanding and be registred in our memories, which truths are now proved and published, by M.M.
Marston, Edward. / [1699] A sermon of simony & sacriledge by Edward Marston.
Marston, Humphrey, d. 1654. / [1654] The confession of Mr. Humphrey Marston, and his speech at the place of execution in Aldersgate-street on Munday last, being the 21 of August, 1654.: With a narrative of the whole transactions of the business, in relation to his tryal, charge, conviction, and condemnation. The name of him who betrayed him: and the manner how he disputed Canon house near Windsor, with a great party of horse before he was taken.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1605] The Dutch courtezan. As it vvas playd in the Blacke-Friars, by the Children of her Maiesties Reuels. VVritten by Iohn Marston.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1606.] The tragedie of Sophonisba. Written by Iohn Marston..
Marten, Anthony, d. 1597. / [1589] A second sound, or vvarning of the trumpet vnto judgement. Wherein is proued, that all the tokens of the latter day, are not onelie come, but welneere finished. With an earnest exhortation, to be in continuall readinesse. By Anthonie Marten sewer of her Maiesties most honorable chamber.
Marten, Anthony, d. 1597. / [1588] An exhortation, to stirre vp the mindes of all her Maiesties faithfull subiects, to defend their countrey in this dangerous time, from the inuasion of enemies. Faithfullie and zealouslie compiled by Anthonie Marten, sewer of her Maiesties most honorable chamber
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [1649] A word to Mr. VVil. Prynn Esq; and two for the Parliament and Army.: Reproving the one, and justifying the other in their late proceedings. Presented to the consideration of the readers of Mr. William Prynns last books.
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [Anno 1646] A resolve of the person of the king, or, A corrector of the answerer to the speech out of doores justifying the vvorthy speech of Master Thomas Chaloner a faithfull member of the Parlement of England.
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [1648] The Parliaments proceedings justified,: in declining a personall treaty with the King, notwithstanding the advice of the Scotish Commissioners to that purpose. / By Henry Marten Esquire, a Member of the Commons House.
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [Printed in the yeare 1648] Mr. Henry Martin his speech in the House of Commons,: before his departure thence. June 8. 1648.
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [1648] The independency of England endeavored to be maintained: by Henry Marten, a member of the Parliament there, against the claim of the Scottish Commissioners, in their late ansvver upon the bills and propostions sent to the King in the Isle of Wight.
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [Anno. 1646] A corrector of the ansvverer to the speech out of doores.: Iustifying the vvorthy speech of Master Thomas Chaloner a faithfull Member of the Parlement of England.
Martiall, John, 1534-1597. / [1566] A replie to M. Calfhills blasphemous answer made against the Treatise of the crosse, by Iohn Martiall, Bachiler of Lawe, and studient in diuinitie. Reade and regarde.
Martin, Gregory, d. 1582. / [Anno Domini 1583 i.e. ca. 1597] A treatyse of Chris[ti]an peregrination, w[rit]ten by M. Gregory Martin Licentiate, and late reader of the diuinitie in the Englishe Coleadge at Remes. VVhereunto is adioined certen epistles vvritten by him to sundrye his frendes: the copies vvhereof vvere since him decease founde amonge his vvrytings. Novv especially published for the beneifte of those, that either erre in religion of simplicitie or folovv the vvorlde of fray Ioie.
Martin, Gregory, d. 1582. / [1578] A treatise of schisme. Shewing, that al Catholikes ought in any wise to abstaine altogether from heretical conuenticles, to witt, their prayers, sermons. &c, deuided into foure chapters, whereof 1. Conteineth sundry reasons to that purpose, grounded for the most part vppon scriptures and fathers. 2.Examples out of holy scriptures. 3. Examples out of ecclesiastical histories. 4. Answeres to the chiefe obiections. By Gregorie Martin Licentiate in Diuinitie.
Martin, Gregory, d. 1582. / [1578 i.e. ca. 1597] The loue of the soule Made by G.M.
Martin, Gregory, d. 1582. / [1582] A discouerie of the manifold corruptions of the Holy Scriptures by the heretikes of our daies specially the English sectaries, and of their foule dealing herein, by partial & false translations to the aduantage of their heresies, in their English Bibles vsed and authorised since the time of schisme. By Gregory Martin one of the readers of diuinitie in the English College of Rhemes.
Martin, Hugh, of London. / [between 1700? and 1705?] A proposal for raising the annual sum of 21666l. 13s. 4d.
Martin, James, fl. 1615-1630. / [MDCXV. 1615] Via regia The kings vvay to heauen. By Iames Martin, Master of Arts. With a letter of that late miracle of learning, Mr. Is. Casaubon.
Martin, John. / [1674] Go in peace. Containing some brief directions for young ministers, in their visitation of the sick. Useful for the people, in their state both of health, and sickness.
Martin, John, 1595 or 6-1659. / [1658] The preacher sent: or, A vindication of the liberty of publick preaching, by some men not ordained.: In answer to two books: 1. Jus divinum ministerii euengelici. By the Provincial Assembly of London. 2. Vindiciæ ministerii euangelici. By Mr. John Collings of Norwich. / Published by Iohn Martin, minister of the Gospel at Edgfield in Norfolk. Sam. Petto, minister of the Gospel at Sand-croft in Suffolk. Frederick Woodal, minister of the Gospel at Woodbridge in Suffolk.
Martin, John, 1619-1693. / [1664] Lex Pacifica, or, Gods own law of determining controversies explain'd and asserted in a sermon preached at Dorchester at the Assizes holden there for the county of Dorset, August 5, 1664 / by John Martin ...
Martin, John, 1619-1693. / [1660] Hosannah: a Thanksgiving-sermon, June 28th. 1660.: By J. M. Presb. Anglic.
Martin, Martin, d. 1719. / [1698] A late voyage to St. Kilda, the remotest of all the Hebrides, or the Western isles of Scotland with a history of the island, natural moral, and topographical : wherein is an account of their customes religion, fish, fowl, &c. : as also a relation of a late impostor there, pretended to be sent by St. John Baptist / by M. Martin, gent.
Martin, of Braga, Saint, ca. 515-579 or 80. / [In the yere of our Lorde. M.CCCCC.XLVI. 1546 The. xxi. daye of Julye] A frutefull worke of Lucius Anneus Seneca named the forme and rule of honest lyuynge bothe in the Latin tongue [and] in the Englyshe lately tra[n]slated by Robert Whyttynton Poet Laureate and now newlye imprynted.
Martin, Richard, 1570-1618. / [1603] A speach deliuered, to the Kings most excellent Maiestie in the name of the sheriffes of London and Middlesex. By Maister Richard Martin of the Middle Temple.
Martin, Robert, fl. 1635-1641. / [MDCXL 1640] Catalogue des diverses liures francoises recueillées dans la France / par Robert Martine, Libraire de Londres ; aupres du quel ils se vendent, a l'enseigne de Venize, en la rue nommé Old-Bayly.
Martin, T., 17th cent. / [1659] Mary Magdalen's tears wip't off. Or The voice of peace to an unquiet conscience.: Written by way of letter to a person of quality. And published for the comfort of all those, who mourn in Zion.
Martin, Thomas, fl. 1696. / [1696] [Thomas Martin & al. appellants. against William Stephens respondent]... Bewick, Simon Brown, senr. Simon Brown, junr. Robt. Hills, Edward Ballard, Joseph Leach and Thomas Cottage. ... Vicar of Linton. Respondent. The appellants case.
Martindale, Adam, 1623-1686. / [1649] Divinity-knots vnloosed: or a cleare discovery of truth; by resolving many doubts, according to scripture, orthodox divines, and sound reason, so as weake capacities may receive satisfaction therein. To which purpose, a number of points are explained by familiar simile's. A treatise intended specially for the instruction of young Christians in Rothstorne parish in Cheshire: but published for a further extent of the benefit thereof, to the Israel of God. By Adam Martindale, one of the meanest labourers in the Lords harvest.
Martindale, Adam, 1623-1686. / [1668] The description of a plain instrument that with much ease and exactness will discover the situation of any vertical plane, howsoever inclining, reclining, or declining and how to draw a dyal upon any such plane or upon the face of any vertical body, how irregular soever : together with several other things requisite to the art of dyaling / by A. M.
Martindell, Anne. / [Printed in the year 1680] A relation of the labour, travail and suffering of that faithful servant of the Lord Alice Curwen. Who departed this life the 7th day of the 6th moneth, 1679. and resteth in peace with the Lord.
Martinengo, Nestore, Conte. / [An. 1572] The true report of all the successe of Famagosta, of the antique writers called Tamassus, a citie in Cyprus. In the which the whole order of all the skirmishes, batteries, mines, and assaultes geuen to the sayd fortresse, may plainly appeare. Moreouer the names of the captaines, and number of the people slaine, as well of the Christians as of the Turkes: likewise of them who were taken prisoners: from the beginning of the sayd seege vntill the end of the same. Englished out of Italian by William Malim. With certaine notes of his and expositions of all the Turkishe wordes herein necessary to be knowen, placed in the margent, with a short description also of his of the same iland.
Martini, Martino, 1614-1661. / [1654] Bellum Tartaricum, or The conquest of the great and most renowned empire of China, by the invasion of the Tartars, who in these last seven years, have wholy subdued that vast empire. Together with a map of the provinces, and chief cities of the countries, for the better understanding of the story. / Written originally in Latine by Martin Martinius, present in the country at most of the passages herein related, and now faithfully translated into English.
Martyn, William, 1562-1617. / [1612] Youths instruction. Composed and written by William Martyn Esquire. Recorder of the honourable citie of Exeter.
Martyn, William, 1562-1617. / [1615] The historie, and liues, of the kings of England from VVilliam the Conqueror, vnto the end of the raigne of King Henrie the Eight. By William Martyn Esquire, recorder of the honorable citie of Exeter.
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1679?] New advice to a painter, &c.
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1689] Mr. Andrew Marvell's Character of popery
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1677] A letter from a gentleman in Ireland to his brother in England, relating to the concerns of Ireland in matter of trade
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [anno Dom: 1655] The first anniversary of the government under His Highness the Lord Protector.:
Maryland. / [1689] A law of Maryland concerning religion
Maryland. / [ca. 1679] The charter of Mary-land.
Maryland. General Assembly. / [Anno Domini 1700] All the laws of Maryland now in force
Mascall, Leonard, d. 1589. / [1581] The husbandlye ordring and gouernmente of poultrie. Practised by the learnedste, and suche as haue bene knowne skilfullest in that arte, and in our tyme.
Mascall, William. / [1661] A new and true mercurius: or, Mercurius metricus. A true relation in meeter (on the behalf of scepter and miter) comprising sundry of the most sad and bad transactions, occurrences and passages in England, Scotland and Ireland, for the space of twelve years last past. For the true information and reformation of the people. Or, sober sadness, and plain-dealing, in a few plain, sober, and sad country rhimes, concerning these sad and heavy times, conducing to a real, personal and national reformation in three sinful lands. To which is added the authours twelve years extream melancholy, with the vvoful effects thereof in him, and the best remedy which he used for the removal of them all. Also a joyful and thankful commemoration of His Majesties happy return to his three kingdoms. By William Mascal above forty years ago Fellow-Commoner of Clarehal in Cambridge, now a poor deacon according to the canonical ordination of the late most famous orthodoxal Church of England.
Masham, Damaris, Lady, 1658-1708. / [1696] A discourse concerning the love of God
Mason, Abel. / [1642] Sad and fearfull newes from Beverley. Or, the northern diurnall.: Wherein is declared how a great barn of corn was set on fire, to the great dammage of Sir Iohn Hotham, and the inhabitants of the said town, and the manifold abuses that are daily offered to those that take part with the Parliament, by the cavaleers, and others that are in authoritie: namely, the Earle of Lindsey the Earl of Northampton the Earl of Newcastle, the Earl of Rivers. VVhereunto is annexed, A declaration of the Lords and Commons, concerning the particular actions of the said earles. Ordered that this be printed and published. John Brown Cler. Parl.
Mason, Charles, 1616-1677. / [1673] Miles Christianus, a sermon preached to the Artillery-Company, October 16, 1673, at St. Michaels in Cornhill by Charles Mason.
Mason, Edmund, d. 1634. / [M.DC.XXII. 1622] A sermon preached before his Maiestie at Oatelands, on the 28. of Iuly 1622. By Edmund Mason, his Maiesties chaplaine, and vicar of Nevvarke in Nottinghamshire.
Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647. / [1626] The tribunall of the conscience: or, A treatise of examination shewing vvhy and how a Christian should examine his conscience, and take an account of his life. By Henry Mason, parson of St. Andrews Vndershaft, London.
Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647. / [M.DC.XXXV. 1635] Hearing and doing the ready way to blessednesse with an appendix containing rules of right hearing Gods word. By Henry Mason, parson of S. Andrews Vnder-shaft London.
Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647. / [1627] The cure of cares or a short discourse, declaring the condition of worldly cares; with some remedies appropriated unto them. Penned for the use of all, but is most proper for such as be distressed. By Henry Mason parson of S. Andrews Vndershaft London.
Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647. / [1630] Contentment in Gods gifts or some sermon notes leading to equanimitie and contentation. By Henry Mason parson of S. Andrews Vndershaft London.
Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647. / [1626] The epicures fast: or: A short discourse, discouering the licenciousnesse of the Romane Church in her religious fasts. By Henrie Mason, parson of St. Andrews Vndershaft, London.
Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647. / [1625] Christian humiliation, or, A treatise of fasting declaring the nature, kindes, ends, vses, and properties of a religious fast: together with a briefe discourse concerning the fast of Lent. By Henry Mason, pastor of Saint Andrews-Vndershaft London.
Mason, Margery. / [1679] The tickler tickled, or, The observator upon the late tryals of Sir George Wakeman, &c. observed by Margery Mason, spinster.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1659] Sions enemy discovered, or the worker of iniquity rebuked and innocency cleared in a reply to seven sheets of paper published by Jonathan Johnson of Lincoln, and by him entituled, The Quaker quashed, and his quarrel queld, &c.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [Printed in the year, 1655] The proud pharisee reproved: or, the lying orator laid open.: In an examination of some passages in a book, entituled, precepts for Christian practice, or, the rule of the new creature new model'd. Written by one Edw. Reyner, who calles himself a minister of the Gospel in Lincoln; but is found a lyar / by a Child of the light, who is known to the world by the name of Martin Mason.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1660?] Innocency cleared the liberties and priviledges of Gods people for assembling together in his fear to wait upon him very calmly expostulated and their refusal of all oaths in meekness vindicated
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1665] One mite more cast into God's treasury, in some prison-meditations, or, Observations and breathings of an honest heart, touching Englands condition now at this day published, to be seriously pondred and considered of, in a cool spirit, by those in authority, and all the sober-minded people in the nation.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1660] A loving invitation, and a faithful vvarning to all people, who believe they must give an account to the righteous God for the deeds done by them in the flesh that they speedily seek to make their peace with the living God, who made them, before the stroak of his justice come upon them, which is the breathing of my life, even to all who resort unto, or be separated from the House of Rimmon, but are not yet truly come to own the seed of life, the light of Christ in their consciences, to be their teacher, and so to believe in it, as they may be saved by it / by Martin Mason.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1662] A friendly admonition, or, Good counsel to the Roman Catholicks in this kingdom by Martin Mason.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1660] A faithful warning, with good advice from Israel's God, to Englands King, and his council: that they may wisely improve this little inch of time which the God of their life as yet affords unto them, before the day of their approaching misery come upon them. Which may serve as a caution to all others in authority within the nation. Sounded through one of the mourners in Sion, known by the name of Martin Mason.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1660] Charles, King of England. The infinite eternal being, the onely true and living God (who formed thee in thy mothers womb, and breathed into thee the breath of life) lo he is near thee ...:
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1660] Charles King of England, the infinite eternal being, the onely true and living God (who formed thee in thy mothers womb, and breathed into thee the breath of life) loe he is near thee, ...:
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1656] The boasting Baptist dismounted, and the Beast disarmed and sorely wounded without any carnal weapon.: In a reply to some papers, written by Jonathan Iohnson, of Lincolne, as an answer to a letter, sent him by Martin Mason, concerning some exceptions against several truths. / Published by a faithfull minister, not of the letter, but of the everlasting Gospel.
Mason, Robert, 1571-1635. / [1602] Reasons monarchie. Set forth by Robert Mason of Lincolnes Inne Gent.
Mason, Robert, 1571-1635. / [1620] A nevv post vvith soueraigne salue to cure the worlds madnes. Expressing himselfe in sundrie excellent essayes or wittie discourses. A marke exceeding necessary for all mens arrowes: whether the great mans flight, the gallants rouer. the wisemans prickeshaft, the poore mans butshaft, or the fooles birdbolt, quantus in orbe dolus. By Sir I.D. Knight.
Mason, Robert, 17th cent. / [1642. June 4] The English and Scottish Protestants happy tryumph over the rebels in Jreland.: Declaring the prosperity of the Protestant party, and the disastrous proceedings of the adverse Irish rebellion. Jn [sic] the besiege of Wicklow. The Earle of Kildare and the Lord Thomond. Slew Sergeant Major Bromlus. Captaine Thosby. Captaine Lothon. The Lord Plunket wounded in the left legg. Jn the siege of Colerane. The Earle of Baremore the Lord Brabeston, and E. of Eastmeath. Slew the Lord Freeman and 1300 more rebels. The L. Scane being taken prisoner In the besiege of Kingsaile, the Earle of Fingale the Lord Donbengen. The Lord Astry. were overthrowne, By the Earle of Ormond. The Lord Pore Earle of Valentia. Earle of Kildare. Being sent in a letter from Robert Mason in Wicklow, to VVilliam Francis in London, and brought over by the last post on Wednesday last, being the 1. of Iune, 1642. Together with an order from both Houses of Parliament concerning my Lord Howard, and ordered to be printed. Iohn Browne, Cler. Parl.
Mason, Thomas, 1580-1619? / [1619] A revelation of the Revelation wherein is contayned, a most true, plaine, and briefe manifestation of the meaning and scope of all the Reuelation, and of euery mystery of the same : whereby the pope is most plainely declared and proued to bee Antichrist / by Thomas Mason ...
Mason, William, fl. 1672-1709. / [1695] A regular and easie table of natural contractions by the persons, moods, and tenses; each character made from the alphabet, & vowels places, the like never done by any other hand. / Composed by Wm. Mason writing mr.
Massachusetts. / [1665] Severall lavvs and orders made at the General Courts in May 3, August 1, & October 11, 1665 printed and published by order of the General Court held at Boston the 11th of October, 1665, by Edward Rawson, secr.
Massachusetts. / [1672] Several laws and orders made at the General Court, holden at Boston the 15th of May 1672, and printed by their order Edward Rawson Secr.
Massachusetts. / [1666] Several lavvs and orders made at the General Court held at Boston, the 23d of May, 1666, and on the 11th of October following printed and published by order of the General Court, the said 11th of October, 1666, by Edward Rawson, secr.
Massachusetts. / [1674] Several laws and orders made at the General Court holden at Boston the twenty seventh of May, 1674
Massachusetts. / [1693] Acts and laws, passed by the great and general court or assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England begun at Boston, the thirty-first day of May, 1693, and continued by adjournment, unto Thursday the sixth day of July following : being the second sessions.
Massachusetts. / [1674] Orders, made at a General Court held at Boston, January the 6th. 1673. And printed by their order. / Edward Rawson secret.
Massachusetts. / [1672] The general laws and liberties of the Massachusets colony
Massachusetts. / [1699] The charter granted by Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary to the inhabitants of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England
Massachusetts. / [1693] Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England convened and held at Boston, the thirty-first day of May, 1693.
Massachusetts. / [1694] Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England begun at Boston, the eighth day of November, 1693, and continued by adjournment unto Wednesday the fourteenth day of February following : being the second sessions.
Massachusetts. / [1695] Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England begun at Boston the twenty-ninth day of May, 1695, and continued by several adjournments until Wednesday the twentieth of November following.
Massachusetts. / [1700?] Acts and laws passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England begun and held at Boston, the thirty-first of May, 1699, and continued by several prorogations unto Wednesday the thirteenth of March following, and then Sat.
Massachusetts Bay Company. / [1682] At a General Court held at Boston; May 24th. 1682. This Court taking into consideration the frequent exportation of our New-England coyns out of the country ... it is ordered that all pieces of eight ... shall pass amongst us as currant money ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1692] Several acts and laws passed by the great and general court or assembly of Their Majesties province of Massachusetts-Bay in New England. Convened and held at Boston, the eighth day of June. 1692. Anno Regni Gulielmi, et Mariæ, Regis et Reginæ Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, et Hiberniæ, quarto.
Massachusetts. Council. / [1676] At a council, held at Charleston, June the 20th, 1676. The Holy God having by a long and continued series of his afflictive dispensations in & by the present warr with the heathen natives of this land ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1669] At a council held at Boston, March 10, 1668. The governour and magistrates being assembled in Council, and in some measure sensible of the many tokens of the Lords displeasure against the cutting short the fruits of the Earth for sundry years past ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1675] At a Council held at Boston, September the seventeenth 1675 It having pleased the Holy God ... The governour and Council of this jurisdiction therefore ... do appoint and order the seventh day of the next moneth; to be a day of public humiliation, with fasting and prayer ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1678] At a Council held at Boston the 22d. of August 1678. whereas Benjamin Wait and Stephen Jennings of Hadley on the 24th. of October last 1677. were appointed and ordered by the honoured Governour John Leveret Esq. to take their journey to Canada in order to their procuring the several English captives that were taken by the Indians from Hatfield on the 19th. of September last ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1678] At a council held at Boston, January the 3rd. 1677. whereas the Holy God, who out of his tender mercy and bowels of compassion hath preserved this people, and these churches from the malice and rage of their enemies ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1675] At a Council held at Boston the 25th. of June, 1675 the governour and magistrates being assembled in Council to consider of the publick affairs of this common-weal, ... doe nominate and appoint the 29th. day of this instant June to be kept as a day of humiliation and prayer ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1680] At a council held at Boston in New-England, January 6, 1679 by the council, Edward Rawson, secretary.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [in the year 1660] The humble petition and address of the general court sitting at Boston in New-England,: unto the high and mighty Prince Charles the Second. And presented unto his most-gracious majesty Feb. 11. 1660.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1678] At the second sessions of the general court held at Boston in New-England. Whereas it hath pleased His Most Excellent Majesty our gratious King, by his letter bearing date the twenty seventh of April, 1678. to signifie his royal pleasure, that the authority of this his colony of Massachusetts in New-England, do give forth orders that the oath of allegiance as it is by law established within his kingdome of England, be administered and taken by all his subjects within this colony, who are of years to take an oath ...
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1675] At a sessions of the General Court held at Boston the 3d. of November 1675. This court being in some measure sensible of the hand of the Lord being stretched forth against us in the way of his judgments, by sickness and war shortning our numbers ... This court doth appoint and set apart the second day of December next to be kept a day of solemn humiliation and prayer throughout the severall churches, congregations and town in this colony ...
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1690] At a session of the General Court of the Massachusets [sic] Colony, in Boston, 28th of May, 1690. Whereas the honourable Sir William Phipps, Knight, is appointed to take the chief command, and Major John Walley to be second unto him in command of all the forces that shall be provided for their Majesties service, in an expedition of Gods assistance intended for Canada, against the common enemy, French and Indians.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1688?] At a general court held at Boston in the year [lacuna] by the court, Edward Rawson, secretary.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1691] At a general court for Their Majesties colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, sitting at Boston, upon adjournment, December. 22th. 1691. Forasmuch as these coasts have been and still are infested with divers piratical sea rovers and other enemies; whereby sundry depredations, robberies and damages have been done to and committed upon many of the king and Queens Majesties liege subjects, their vessels, goods and estates to the great impoverishing and hurt of the same ...
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1692] Acts and laws passed by the great and general court or assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachussets-bay, in New England begun at Boston, the eighth day of June 1692, and continued by adjournment, unto Wednesday the twelfth day of October following : being the second sessions.
Massachusetts. Governor (1665-1672 : Bellingham) / [1668] To the elders and ministers of every town within the jurisdiction of the Massachusets [sic] in New-England: the Governour and Council sendeth greeting; reverend, and beloved in the Lord.
Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet). / [1689] Two addresses from the Governour, Council, and Convention of the Massachusetts Colony assembled at Boston in New-England Presented to His Majesty at Hampton-Court, August 7. 1689. By Sir Henry Ashurst Baronet.
Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet) / [1692] By the Governour, Council, and representatives, convened in a great and general court, or assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay: held at Boston the 8th of June. 1692. It having pleased almighty God, in his rich mercy to preserve the persons of Their Majesties, and to continue peace within their three kingdoms ... It is ordered, that Thursday, the fourteenth day of July next, be kept as a day of solemn Thanksgiving unto God: for which end, all servile labour on that day is hereby inhibited ...
Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet) / [1690] By the governour & general court of the colony of the Massachusetts Bay, in New-England. It having been a thing too sensible and obvious to escape the observation of all who are not wholly strangers in our Israel; that this poor land has laboured under a long series of afflictions and calamities, whereby we have suffered successively in our precious and pleasant things ... Wherefore it is ordered, that the laws of this colony against vice, and all sort of debauchery and prophaness (which laws have too much lost their edg by the late interrpution of the government) be now faithfully and vigorously put in execution ...
Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet) / [1690] By the Governour & Council Whereas some have lately presumed to print and disperse a pamphlet entituled, Publick occurrences, both foreign and domestick: Boston, Thursday, Septemb. 25th. 1690. Without the least priviry or countenance of authority ...
Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet) / [1689] Anno Regni Regis & Reginæ Gulielmi & Mariæ secundo. By the governour, & Council. Whereas the Honourable Sir William Phipps knight is appointed to take the command of such forces as shall be raised for Their Majesties service in the present expedition against the French at Nova Scotia, and L'Accadie.
Massachusetts. Governor (1692-1695 : Phips) / [1692] By His Excellency the governour. Whereas it hath been of absolute necessity, that a certain number of men should be impressed, for the service of Their Majesties, in defence of this their province, both a sea and Land, against the common enemy. And that some persons imployed therein, have passed the bounds of their duty, and my order, by putting the same in execution in a violent and disorderly manner, to the great grievance of Their Majesties good subjects.
Massachusetts. Governor (1699-1700 : Bellomont) / [1699] Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. By His Excellency, Richard, Earl of Bellomont ... A proclamation. ... I ... hereby command and require the strict observation of the Lords Day ... Given at the Council chamber in Boston, the twenty first day of June ... 1699.
Massachusetts. Lieutenant Governor (1692-1701 : Stoughton) / [1696] Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. By the Honourable, the lieutenant governour, &c. Council & Assembly convened at Boston, upon Wednesday the 27th. of May. 1696. In the eighth year of His Majesties reign. : For better encouragement to prosecute the French and Indian enemy, &c. ...
Massachusetts. Lieutenant Governor (1692-1701 : Stoughton) / [1699] By the Honorable, William Stoughton Esq. lieutenant governour and commander in chief. A proclamation Whereas the ship Adventure of London ... Given at the Council chamber in Boston, the first day of April 1699. ...
Massard, Jaques. / [1685] A treatise of the vertues and uses of several panacea's or most infallible remedies in physic. By James Massard one of the most ancientest doctors of the Colledge of Grenoble. Nov. 20th. 1685. This may be printed, Rob. Midgley.
Massaria, Alessandro, 1510-1598. / [1657] De morbis fœmineis, the womans counsellour: or, The feminine physitian.: Modestly treating of such occult accidents, and secret diseases, as are incident to that sex, which their too much modesty, too often to their sorrow, causes them to conceal from others, for a remedy whereof, they are here taught to be their own helpers; especially in these particulars: of barrenness and abortion: of natural, and unnatural births: of the suppression of the termes, the immoderate flux thereof, and other infirmities. Dicereque puduit, scribere jussit. With a brief appendix, touching the kindes, causes, and cures of dropsies, and tympanies of all sorts. / Translated out of Massarius de morbis mulier. By R.T. philomathēs.
Massey, Christopher, b. 1618? / [1650] Microcosmography, or, Speculum mundi being a glasse for worldlings, a sermon preached at the funeral of the right worshipfull Spencer Lucy, Esq. at Charlecote, August 11, 1649 / by Christopher Massey.
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? / [1648] A declaration to the city and kingdome, from Major Generall Massey, Sir William Waller, Colonell Birch, and the rest rest [sic] of the impeached members of Parliament; concerning the proceedings of the Lord Generall Fairfax, and the Army; and their protestation to the people of England, touching the Parliament. Also, Major Generall Browns declaration and speech, to the Lord Generall Fairfax, touching the King, the Prince of VVales, the Duke of York, the Parliament, City, and kingdome. And the declaration of his Excellency the Lord Generall, to the kingdom of England, and his resolution thereupon. Likewise, a new covenant and agreement from the Army, to be tendered to all free born English-men, throughout the City of London, and the respective counties within the Kingdom of England.:
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? / [Printed in the yeare, 1649] A short declaration by Colonel Edward Massie, (one of the imprisoned Members of the House of Commons; lately a prisoner at S. James's-house, Westminster; under the power of the sword, in the hands of that rebellious Army under the command of the Lord Fairfax) for his vindication.: Together with his protestation against the illegall and tyrannicall proceedings of the said Army. January 19. An. Dom. 1648
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? / [Printed in the yeer, 1650] The declaration of Major Generall Massey.: And eighty other English officers and commanders ingaged with the kingdom of Scotland, in behalf of their Presbyterian brethren, in England, Ireland, and the principallitie of Wales. Declaring the grounds and reasons moving them to take up arms in the kingdom of Scotland; admonishing all conscientious Presbyterians not to apostize from their first principles, nor adhere, engage, or take up arms with the rebells at Westminster. Dated at Orkney Island, March 29. 1650.
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? / [1648] The declaration of Major Generall Massey concerning his comming into England to assist his dread Soveraign Lord the King:: and to be Lieutenant-Generall under His Highnesse the Prince of Wales. With his message to the Queen of England, and the Prince concerning the same. Also, a relation of the relieving of Colchester, and a list of the Duke of York his navie, concerning their proceedings, and their sayling towards England. Likewise, joyfull propositions from the House of Peeres, concerning a personall treaty with the Kings Majesty, to compose all differences between the King and His people, and to settle the Kingdome in peace and unity, to the great joy and comfort of all true-hearted subjects.
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? / [1651] The declaration of Major Gen. Massey upon his death-bed at Leicester:: with his protestation, acknowledgment, and proposals, concerning the King of Scots, religion, and covenant; together with his remonstrance, or letter, written by his own hand; and subscribed Edward Massey. Also, the Scots Kings speech to the said Major Gen. upon his departure from him neer Worcester; the totall routing of the rest of his forces in Cheshire: Col. Humes, Col. Hambleton Col. Hart, and divers other officers and soldiers taken prisoners: with the number killed; and the manner how Charles Stuart forced his passage through forty club-men, and so escaped towards Scotland. Likewise, Captain Sympkins speech at the place of execution in Chester, who was shot to death on Tuesday last, for assisting the aforesaid Charles Stuart against the Parliament.
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? / [in the yeare, 1647] The declaration of Generall Massey, and Colonell Generall Poyntz.: Shewing the true grounds and reasons that induced them to depart from the city, and for a while from the kingdome. With their resolutions what they intend for their owne safety, and the preservation of religion and Covenant, and the King and kingdome.
Massey, Edward, Sir, 1619?-1674? / [1645] A copie of Collnel Massey's letter:: of all the particulars of the great fight betweene him, and Prince Rupert, at Ledbury on Wednesday the of Aprill, 1645. With the number and names of the chiefe of those that were killed, and taken on both sides. As also the taking of 10 peece of ordnance by Collonel Massey at Lydney. Die Jovis Maii, 1. 1645. Commanded to be printed, and is published according to order.
Massey, Robert, 17th cent. / [1649] The examination and correction of a paper lately printed intituled A relation of the discourse between Mr. Hugh Peters and Lieut. Collonel Iohn Lilborn in the Tower of London, May 25 whereunto is added for the satisfaction of all that desire it and the just vindication of Mr. Peters from the scandall the relator would insinuate against him ... / by Robert Massey.
Massie, William, d. 1610. / [1586] A sermon preached at Trafford in Lancashire at the mariage of a daughter of the right worshipfull Sir Edmond Trafforde Knight, the 6. of September Anno. 1586. By William Massie bacheler in diuinity, and fellow of Brasennose Colledge in Oxforde.
Massingberd, Henry. / [1656] The counsell and admonition of Henry Massingberd, Esq., to his children
Massy, Isaac, b. 1586. / [1642] Midsummer's prognostication of pacification and vnity betwixt the King and Parliament.: To the joy of the two twin-sisters, London and Westminster. Wherein is expressed, the onely and readiest way to settle peace in this our Israel these distracted times, and to bring a happy reconciliation and agreement to this kingdome, with a stedfast love betweene His Majesty and his subjects, this vacation. 1642. Written by Isaac Massy, M.A.
Master of Malta. / [1641] New news, and strange news from Babylon: or the coppy of a letter which was sent from the Master of Malta, to a gentleman and kinsman of his resident here in England, wherein is related the birth of a very strange prophet, with his manner of living, actions, and great wonders performed by him : also his departure from thence, threatning with terrour and feare the countries desolation.
Masters, Samuel, 1645 or 6-1693. / [1689] The duty of submission to divine providence, in all its dispensations described and recommended from the example and argument of Job / by Samvel Masters.
Masters, Samuel, 1645 or 6-1693. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] A discourse of friendship preached at the Wiltshire-feast, in St. Mary Le-Bow-Church December the 1st, 1684 / by Samuel Masters ...
Masters, Samuel, 1645 or 6-1693. / [MDCXC 1690] The Christian temper of moderation described and recommended in a sermon before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, &c. in Gvild-Hall-Chappel on the first Sunday in Hillary term, Jan. 26, 1689/1690 / by Samuel Masters ...
Masters, Samuel, 1645 or 6-1693. / [1689] The case of allegiance in our present circumstances consider'd in a letter from a minister in the city to a minister in the country.
Masterson, Geo. (George) / [1647 i.e. 1648] The triumph stain'd.: Being an answer to Truths triumph, i.e. a pamphlet so called, and lately set forth by Mr. John Wildman, a pretended gentleman of the life-guard to his Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax. With a full and perfect account of an information of dangerous and bloody consequence, given in to the House of Lords (at their bar) January the 18. 1647. against Lieut. Col. Iohn Lilburn and John Wildman. / By George Masterson, preacher of the Gospel at Shoreditch near London.
Masterson, Geo. (George) / [1651] Anthråopasthenez, a good ground to cease from confidence in man discovered in a sermon upon Isaiah 2, verse 22 / preached at Clement Danes, the last day of the sixth moneth, 1651, by George Masterson.
Masterson, George. / [1661] The spiritual house in its foundation, materials, officers, and discipline describ'd the nomothetical & coercive power of the King in ecclesiastical affairs asserted the episcopal office and dignity, together with the liturgy of the Church of England vindicated in some sermons preached at St. Clement Danes and St. Gregories neer St. Pauls, London / by Geo. Masterson.
Matern, John, 1639 or 40-1680. / [1680] The testimony of that dear and faithful man, John Matern who had lived six years and faithfully served the Lord in his vocation in the family of C. T. now dwelling at Edmonton in Middlesex. Also, other blessed testimonies concerning him, and the truth itself; with something concerning his blessed condition in the time of his sickness, and when he was near his departure. With several testimonies of sensible children who had been under his tuition. Published that God may have his glory in preserving his faithful ones faithful to the end. A. P.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1689] Work upon the ark. Meditations upon the ark as a type of the church; delivered in a sermon at Boston, and now dedicated unto the service of all, but especially of those whose concerns lye in ships. / By Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1693] Winter meditations directions how to employ the leisure of the winter for the glory of God : accompanied with reflections as well historical as theological, not only upon the circumstances of winter, but also upon the notable works of God, both in creation and Providence ... / by Cotton Mather ; with a preface of John Higginson.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1697] The way to excel. Meditations, awakened by the death of the reverend Mr. Joshua Moodey; with some short character of the eminent person: who slept in Jesus, 4d. 5 m. 1697. In the sixty fifth year of his age / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1691] The triumphs of the reformed religion in America the life of the renowned John Eliot, a person justly famous in the church of God, not only as an eminent Christian and an excellant minister among the English, but also as a memorable evangelist amoung the Indians of New-England : with some account concerning the late and strange success of the Gospel in those parts of the world which for many ages have lain buried in pagan ignorance / written by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1699] To His Excellency, Richard, Earl of Bellomont, Baron of Coloony, in the Kingdom of Ireland, Governour and Commander in Chief of the Provinces of the Massachusetts-Bay, New-York and New-Hampshire. The address of the ministers met at Boston in New England, May 31st. 1699.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1694] The short history of New-England. A recapitulation of wonderful passages which have occur'd, first in the protections, and then in the afflictions, of New-England. : With a representation of certain matters calling for the singular attention of that country. / Made at Boston-lecture, in the audience of the Great and General Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, June 7. 1694. By Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1691] A scriptural catechism The heads of the Christian religion plainly, briefly, and fully delivered in a catechism, which endeavours a sufficient answer to every question, barely with a pertinent sentence of sacred scripture, and enables the learner at once with ease to confirm as well as assert the great articles of the faith once delivered unto the saints. By Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1690] The serviceable man a discourse made unto the General Court of the Massachusets Colony, New-England, at the anniversary election, 28d. 3m. 1690 / by Cotton Mather ...
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [MDCXC 1690] The principles of the Protestant religion maintained, and churches of New-England, in the profession and exercise thereof defended against all the calumnies of one George Keith, a Quaker, in a book lately published at Pensilvania, to undermine them both / by the ministers of the Gospel in Boston.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1695] Piscator evangelicus, or, The life of Mr. Thomas Hooker the renowned pastor of Hartford-Church, and pillar of Connecticut-Colony in New-England / essay'd by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1690] The present state of New-England considered in a discourse on the necessities and advantages of a public spirit in every man ... : made at the lecture in Boston, 20 d. 1 m. 1690, upon the news of an invasion by bloody Indians and French-men begun upon us / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1697] Pietas in patriam the life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, Knt. late Captain General and Governour in Chief of the province of the Massachuset-Bay, New England, containing the memorable changes undergone, and actions performed by him / written by one intimately acquainted with him.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1698] A pastoral letter to the English captives, in Africa, from New-England
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1694] Ornaments for the daughters of Zion, or, The character and happiness of a virtuous woman in a disocurse which directs the female-sex how to express the fear of God in every age and state of their life, and obtain both temporal and eternal blessedness / written by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1700] Monitory letter about the maintenance of an able and faithful ministry directed unto those people who sin against & sin away the Gospel by not supporting the worthy preachers of the Gospel.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [Printed in the year 1700] A monitory and hortatory letter to those English who debauch the Indians by selling strong drink unto them written at the desire of some Christians to whom the mischiefs arising from that vile trade are matters of much apprehension and lamentation.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1699] A family well-ordered, or, An essay to render parents and children happy in one another handling two very important cases : I. What are the duties to be done by pious parents, for the promoting of piety in their children, II. What are the duties that must be paid by children to their parents, that they may obtain the blessings of the dutiful / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1698] Mens sana in corpore sano a discourse upon recovery from sickness : directing how natural health may be improved into spiritual, especially by them that have lately recovered it.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1691] Little flocks guarded against grievous wolves. an address unto those parts of New-England which are most exposed unto assaults, from the modern teachers of the misled Quakers. In a letter, which impartially discovers the manifold haeresies and blasphemies, and the strong delusions of even the most refined Quakerism: and thereupon demonstrates the truth of those principles and assertions, which are most opposite thereunto. Withjust reflections upon the extream ignorance and wickedness; of George Keith; who is the seducer that now most ravines upon the churches in this wilderness / written by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [MDCXCIV 1694] The life and death of the Reverend Mr. John Eliot, who was the first preacher of the Gospel to the Indians in America with an account of the wonderful success which the Gospel has had amongst the heathen in that part of the world, and of the many strange customs of the pagan Indians in New-England / written by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1700] A letter of advice to the churches of the non-conformists in the English nation endeavouring their satisfaction in that point, who are the true Church of England?
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1699] Le fe del Christiano en veyntequatro articulos de la institucion de Christo embiada a los españoles, paraque abran sus ojos, y paraque se conviertan de las Tinieblas a la luz, y de la potestad de Satanas a Dios : paraque reciban por la fe que es en Jesu Christo, remission de peccado, y suerte entre los sanctificados / por C. Mathero ...
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1697] Humiliations follow'd with deliverances a brief discourse on the matter and method of that humiliation which would be an hopeful symptom of our deliverance from calamity accompanied and accommodated with a narrative of a notable deliverance lately received by some English captives from the hands of cruel Indians and some improvement of that narrative : whereunto is added A narrative of Hannah Swarton, containing a great many wonderful passages, relating to her captivity and deliverance.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1698] A good man making a good end the life and death of the Reverend Mr. John Baily, comprised and expressed in a sermon on the day of his funeral, Thursday, 16. d. 10. m. 1697 / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1699] The faith of the fathers, or, The articles of the true religion, all of them exhibited in the express words of the Old Testament partly, to confirm those who do profess that religion of God, and His Messiah, but chiefly, to engage the Jewish nation, unto the religion of their patriarchs, and bring down the hearts of the fathers into the children, and the disobedient unto the wisdome of the Just, and to make ready a people prepared for the Lord / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1697] Faith at work a brief and plain essay upon certain articles of the Gospel most necessary to be understood by every Christian, to wit the nature, the order, and the necessity of the good works by which the faith of a Christian is to be evidenced.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1700] An epistle to the Christian Indians, giving them a short account, of what the English desire them to know and to do, in order to their happiness written by an English minister, at the desire of an English magistrate, who sends unto them this token of love.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1699] Decennium luctuosum An history of remarkable occurrences, in the long war, which New-England hath had with the Indian salvages, from the year, 1688. To the year 1698. Faithfully composed and improved. [One line of quotation in Latin]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1698] Eleutheria, or, An idea of the Reformation in England and a history of non-conformity in and since that Reformation : with predictions of a more glorious reformation and revolution at hand ... / mostly compiled and maintain'd from unexceptionable writings of conformable divines in the Church of England ; to which is added, The conformists reasons for joining with the nonconformists in divine worship, by another hand.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [anno Christi 1685] An elegy on the much-to-be-deplored death of that never-to-be-forgotten person, the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Collins who after he had been many years a faithful pastor to the Church at Middletown of Connecticut in New-England, about the forty third year of his age expired on 28th 10 moneth 1684.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1689] Early piety, exemplified in the life and death of Mr. Nathanael Mather, who ... changed earth for heaven, Oct. 17. 1688 whereto are added some discourses on the true nature, the great reward, and the best season of such a walk with God as he left a pattern of.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1693] The day, & the work of the day a brief discourse, on what fears, we may have at this time to quicken us; what hopes there are for us at this time to comfort us: and what prayers would be likely to turn our fears into hopes. With reflections upon time and state, now come upon the church of God, and collections of certain prophesies relating to the present circumstances of New-England. Uttered on a fast, kept in Boston, July 6th. 1693.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1696] The Christian thank-offering A brief discourse on the returns of gratitude & obedience whereto men are obliged, by the mercies of God. Made on a solemn thanksgiving, kept in a private meeting of Christians, on the occasion of some deliverances. By Cotton Mather. [Five lines of quotation]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1695] Brontologia sacra: The voice of the glorious God in the thunder: explained and applyed in a sermon uttered by a minister of the Gospel in a lecture unto an assembly of Christians abroad, at the very same time when the thunder was by the permission and providence of God falling upon his own house at home. : Whereunto are added some reflections formed on the Lords-Day following by the voices of thunders, upon the great things which the great God is now doing in the world. : A discourse useful for all men at all times, but especially intended for an entertainment in the hours of thunder.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1698] The Bostonian Ebenezer. Some historical remarks, on the state of Boston, the chief town of New England, and of English America. With some, agreeable methods, for preserving and promoting, the good state of that, as well as any other town, in the like circumstances. / Humbly offered, by a native of Boston.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1692] Blessed unions an union with the Son of God by Faith, and an union in the Church of God by love, importunately pressed in a discourse which makes divers offers for those unions : together with a copy of those articles where-upon a most happy union ha's been lately made between those two eminent parties in England, which have now changed the names of Presbyterians and Congregationals, for that of United Brethren / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1695] Batteries upon the kingdom of the devil seasonable discourses upon some common, but woful, instances, wherein men gratifie the grand enemy of their salvation / by Mr. Cotton Mather ...
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1690] Addresses to old men, and young men, and little children. In three discourses. I. The old mans honour; or, The hoary head found in the way of righteousness. A discourse recommending unto old men, a saving acquaintance with the Lord Jesus Christ. II. The young man's glory, or, A wreath of graces for the head of youth. A discourse recommending unto young men, a blessed victory over the Devil. III. The little childs lesson, or, A child wise unto salvation. A discourse instructing and advising little children to the exercises of early piety. To which may be added, A short Scriptural catechism, accommodated unto their capacities / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Eleazar, 1637-1669. / [1671] A serious exhortation to the present and succeeding generation in New-England earnestly calling upon all to endeavours that the Lords gracious presence may be continued with posterity : being the substance of the last sermons preached / by Eleazar Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1675] The wicked mans portion, or, A sermon (preached at the lecture in Boston in New-England the 18th day of the 1 moneth, 1674, when two men were executed, who had murthered their master) wherein is shewed that excesse in wickedness doth bring untimely death / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1687] A testimony against several prophane and superstitious customs now practised by some in New-England the evil whereof is evinced from the Holy Scriptures and from the writings both of ancient and modern divines / by Increase Mather.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1695] Solemn advice to young men not to walk in the wayes of their heart, and in the sight of their eyes, but to remember the day of judgment / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1687] A sermon, occasioned by the execution of a man found guilty of murder, preached at Boston in N.E., March 11th, 1685/6 (together with the confession, last expressions, & solemn warning of the murderer to all persons, especially to young men, to beware of those sins which brought him to his miserable end) / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1682] A sermon wherein is shewed that the church of God is sometimes a subject of great persecution preached on a publick fast at Boston in New England occasioned by the tidings of a great persecution raised against the Protestants in France / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1680] Returning unto God the great concernment of a covenant people, or, A sermon preached to the second church in Boston in New-England, March 17, 1679/80 when that church did solemnly and explicitly renew their covenant with God, and one with another / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1677] Renewal of covenant the great duty incumbent on decaying or distressed churches a sermon concerning renewing of covenant with God in Christ : preached at Dorchester in New-England the 21 day of the 1 moneth 1677, being a day of humiliation there on that occasion / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1677] A relation of the troubles which have hapned [sic] in New-England by reason of the Indians there from the year 1614 to the year 1675 wherein the frequent conspiracys of the Indians to cutt off the English, and the wonderfull providence of God in disappointing their devices is declared : together with an historical discourse concerning the prevalency of prayer shewing that New Englands late deliverance from the rage of the heathen is an eminent answer of prayer / by Increase Mather.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1678] Pray for the rising generation, or, A sermon wherein godly parents are encouraged, to pray and believe for their children preached the third day of the fifth month, 1678, which day was set apart by the second church in Boston in New-England, humbly to seek unto God by fasting and prayer, for a spirit of converting grace, to be poured out upon the children and rising generation in New-England / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1693] The great blessing of primitive counsellours discoursed in a sermon preached in the audience of the governour, council, and representatives of the province of the Massachusets-Bay, in New England, May 21st, 1692, being the day for the election of counsellours in that province / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1682] Practical truths tending to promote the power of Godliness wherein several important duties are urged and the evil of divers common sins is evinced : delivered in sundry sermons / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1670] The life and death of that Reverend Man of God, Mr. Richard Mather, teacher of the church in Dorchester in New-England
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1689] New-England vindicated from the unjust aspersions cast on the former government there, by some late considerations, pretending to shew, that the charters in those Colonies were taken from them on account of their destroying the manufactures and navigation of England.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1683] Kometographia, or, A discourse concerning comets wherein the nature of blazing stars is enquired into : with an historical account of all comets which have appeared from the beginning of the world unto this present year, MDCLXXXIII : expressing ... where they were seen, their motion, forms, duration, and the remarkable events which followed ... : as also two sermons occasioned by the late blazing stars / by Increase Mather.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1692] The judgment of several eminent divines of the congregational vvay concerning a pastors power occasionally to exert ministerial acts in another church besides that which is his own particular flock.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1677] An historical discourse concerning the prevalency of prayer wherein is shewed that New-Englands late deliverance from the rage of the heathen, is an eminent answer of prayer / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1686] The greatest sinners exhorted and encouraged to come to Christ, and that now without delaying. Also, the exceeding danger of men's deferring their repentance. Together with a discourse about the day of judgement. And on several other subjects. / by Increase Mather, teacher of a church at Boston in N. England.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1675] The first principles of New-England concerning the subject of baptisme & communion of churches : collected partly out of the printed books, but chiefly out of the original manuscripts of the first and chiefe fathers in the New-English churches : with the judgment of sundry learned divines of the congregational way in England, concerning the said questions : published for the benefit of those who are of the rising generation in New-England / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1680] The divine right of infant-baptisme asserted and proved from Scripture and antiquity by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1698] David serving his generation, or, A sermon shewing what is to be done in order to our so serving our generation as that when we dy, we shall enter into a blessed rest wherein some account is given concerning many eminent ministers of Christ at London as well as in N.E. lately gone to their rest : occasioned by the death of the Reverend Mr. John Baily, who deceased at Boston in New-England, December 12th, 1697 / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1693] Cases of conscience concerning evil spirits personating men, witchcrafts, infallible proofs of guilt in such as are accused with that crime. All considered according to the scriptures, history, experience, and the judgment of many learned men / by Increase Mather, president of Harvard College at Cambridge, and teacher of a church at Boston in New-England.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1697] A case of conscience concerning eating of blood, considered and answered
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1676] A brief history of the war with the Indians in New-England, from June 24, 1675 (when the first Englishman was murdered by the Indians) to August 12, 1676, when Philip, alias Metacomet, the principal author and beginner of the war, was slain wherein the grounds, beginning, and progress of the war is summarily expressed : together with a serious-exhortation to the inhabitants of that land / by Increase Mather.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1679] A call from Heaven to the present and succeeding generations, or, A discourse wherein is shewed I. That the children of godly parents are under special advantages and encouragements to seek the Lord, II. The exceeding danger of apostasie, especially as to those that are the children and posterity of such as have been eminent for God in their generation, III. That young men ought to remember God their creator / by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1689] A brief relation of the state of New England from the beginning of that plantation to this present year, 1689 in a letter to a person of quality.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1684] An arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing drawn out of the quiver of scriptures / by the minister of Christ at Boston in New-England.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [in the year 1689] A brief discourse concerning the unlawfulness of the common-prayer-worship and of laying the hand on and kissing the booke in swearing / by a reverend and learned divine.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1691] A brief account concerning several of the agents of New-England, their negotiation at the Court of England with some remarks on the new charter granted to the colony of Massachusets shewing that all things duely considered, greater priviledges than what are therein contained, could not at this time rationally be expected by the people there.
Mather, Nathanael, 1631-1697. / [1684] A sermon wherein is shewed that it is the duty and should be the care of believers on Christ to live in the constant exercise of grace by Mr. Nathanael Mather ...
Mather, Nathanael, 1631-1697. / [1694] The righteousness of God through faith upon all without difference who believe in two sermons on Romans 3, 22 / by Nathaniel Mather ...
Mather, Nathanael, 1631-1697. / [MDCXCVIII 1698] A discussion of the lawfulness of a pastor's acting as an officer in other churches besides that which he is specially called to take the oversight of by the late Reverend Mr. Nathanael Mather.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1657] A farewel exhortation to the church and people of Dorchester in New-England ... by Richard Mather ...
Mather, Samuel, 1626-1671. / [1670] A testimony from the Scripture against idolatry & superstition in two sermons ... : the first, witnessing in generall against all the idols and inventions of men in the worship of God : the second, more particularly against the ceremonies, and some other corruptions of the Church of England : preached, the one September 27, the other Septemb. 30, 1660 by Mr. Samuel Mather ...
Mather, Samuel, 1626-1671. / [1680] Irenicum, or, An essay for union wherein are humbly tender'd some proposals in order to some nearer union amongst the godly of different judgments / by Mr. Samuel Mather ...
Mather, Samuel, 1626-1671. / [1683] The figures or types of the Old Testament by which Christ and the heavenly things of the Gospel were preached and shadowed to the people of God of old : explained and improved in sundry sermons / by Mr. Samuel Mather ...
Mather, Samuel, 1626-1671. / [Printed in the year, M.DC.LXXII. 1672] A defence of the Protestant Christian religion against popery: in answer to A discourse of a Roman Catholick. Wherein the manifold apostaties, heresies, and schisms of the chruch of Rome, as also, the weakness of her pretensions from the scriptures and the fathers, are briefly laid open: by an English Protestant.
Mather, Samuel, 1651-1728. / [1697] A dead faith anatomized a discourse on the nature, and the danger, with the deadly symptoms of a dead faith in those who profess the faith of Christ. / By Samuel Mather ...
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1681] A very useful manual, or, The young mans companion containing plain and easy directions for spelling, reading, and uniting English, with easy rules, for their attaining to writing, and arithmetick, and the Englishing of the Latin Bible without a tutor, likewise the plotting and measuring of land, globes, steeples, walls, barrels, timber, stone, boards, glass, &c. ... : and several other considerable and necessary matters, intended for the good of all, and for promoting love to one another : as by the table annexed particularly appears / collected by William Mather.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1700] Of the Quakers despising the holy scriptures. As appears in their preachers printed books, as follows; collected in the fear of the Lord, for no other end, but to move the Quakers to get all their errors retracted, and to caution all others against them.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1696] Of repairing and mending the highways in five sections; touching, I: Removing obstructions in the highways, and scouring the ditches next adjoining. II. Draining the highways, and repai[r]ing them. III. IV. V. Providing material. Labourers. Carriages. Published for the use and instruction of young surveyors. By William Mather, a late surveyor of the highways in Bedford.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1700] Of the Quakers despising the Holy Scriptures as appears in their preachers printed books as follows.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1694?] A novelty: or, a government of vvomen distinct from men, erected amoungst some of the people, call'd Quakers. Detected in an epistle, occasionally written to a man-judge, upon a young man's refusing (for good conscience sake) to submit to their authority in marriage, seeing that relations and friends were already satisfied. To which is added, a lamentation for the fall of so many of that people. Published for no other end, but to deter all honest hearts of the said people, from erecting the like unscriptural government. Tho' this may not so far prevail with such women as has a secret command of their husbands purses; together with those preachers that reap profit by such a female government, as to consent to the disanulling the same. Written by William Mather, a dear lover of the said people, who has for several years been much troubled, that some of them should fall from there primitive institution, as to set up women's and men's meetings, as guides in government, ...
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1694] An instrument from that little stone cut out of the mountain without hands, to help to break in pieces, that great image which Daniel mentions, Ch. 2. whose feet was part iron and part clay. Or, A few queries written to satisfie the chief preacher in the independent church in Bedford, who desired the author to write unto him, what proofs he had for a woman's speaking in the church. He being concerned that so many of his hearers should leave him to go to hear Margaretti Everard declare what God had done for her soul, the 17th day of June last at my dwelling in Bedford. Published for the information of all professors in religion, that are part strong and part weak (as the feet of the said image) ... That they may no longer (like the harden'd Jews) expect another grace or saviour, (that is) a restranining grace that shall force them out of their sins. Poor hearts! who has taught you, that God will except of forc'd love, when men doth not esteem such love each to other. By William Mather, ...
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [1695] A brief charactor of the antient Christian Quakers Written by W.M. A witness for the truth, as it was in the begining.
Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. / [Printed in the year 1700] An answer to the switch for the snake. A book so called. Discovering the weakness of the Switch, which the leading Quakers (of the second days meeting in London for government) have lately (as I am told,) given into the hands of each Parliament Man. Vice is nourished, and gets life by covering it, saith a heathen author; even so it is with errors in religion. Humbly shewing, that it is impossible, that the pens now in controversie, against us Quakers, should be put a stop to, before there's an order given forth, (from the second days meeting) for the reformation of our numerous preachers in the country. And also a book of retractions of all the errors in our Friends printed books, be published, with an appendix and postscript. By William Mather, a lover of (the well meaning persons, especially among) that people.
Mathew, Francis, Esquire. / [1656] To his Highness Oliver, Lord Protector of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the dominions thereto belonging: is humbly presented A Mediterranean passage by water between the two sea towns Lynn & Yarmouth upon the two rivers the Little Owse, and Waveney. With farther results.
Mathew, Francis, Esquire. / [1660] Of the opening of rivers for navigation, the benefit exemplified, by the two Avons of Salisbury and Bristol. : with a Mediterranean passage by water for billanders of thirty tun, between Bristol and London, with the results.
Mathew, Francis, Esquire. / [1655] Of the opening of rivers for navigation the benefit exemplified by the two Avons of Salisbury and Bristol : with a Mediterranean passage by water for billanders of thirty tun, between Bristol and London, with the results.
Mathew, Francis, Esquire. / [MDCLXX 1670] A mediterranean passage by water, from London to Bristol, &c., and from Lynne to Yarmouth, and so consequently to the city of York for the great advancement of trade & traffique / by Francis Mathew, Esquire.
Mathew, Francis, Esquire. / [MDCLXX 1670] A mediterranean passage by water, from London to Bristol, &c., and from Lynne to Yarmouth, and so consequently to the city of York for the great advancement of trade & traffique / by Francis Mathew, Esquire.
Mathew, N. / [1677] A catechism being an enlargement of the church-catechism, the method altered and the doctrine proved by scripture : intended first for the sake of those that were not baptized in their infancy, or had no godfathers and godmothers, and since published for their and others benefit / by N.M.
Mathews, Edward, of London. / [printed in the year, 1660] King Charles the II. his restitution. The best cure for Englands confusion; or A most soveraigne salve for healing the sores of the three nations.: Being an alarme to the nobility, gentry, clergie, and commonalty to bend and lend their hearts, heads and hands unanimously for the speedy and peaceable restitution of their liedge, lord and King to his crown and dignity, and recovery of their native countrey from ruine and slavery; by certain prophecies and texts of holy truth properly applicable, and ever paralel to the present times and occasions in the nations. By Ed. Mat. a cordiall lover of his King and country.
Mathews, Richard, d. 1661. / [1660] The unlearned alchymist his antidote, or, A more full and ample explanation of the use, virtue and benefit of my pill, entituled, An effectual diaphoretick, diuretick, purgeth by sweating, urin. Whereunto is added sundry cures and experiences, with particular direction unto particular diseases and distempers; with a catalogue of peoples names, with their dwelings which have used and known the use of the same: also sundry plain and easie receits which the ingenious may prepare for their own health. By Richard Matthew, and are to be had at his house by the Lyons Den at the Tower, next Gate to the By-Ward.
Matlock, John. / [1685] Method and practice defended, or, The London writing-master answer'd by John Matlock.
Matlock, John. / [1685] Fax nova artis scribendi, or, An introduction (by way of dialogue) to the best forms and proportions of all letters in each hand most useful, and excellent for all business both in clerkship and trade : to which is added, rules for spelling and pointing : as also, a table of abbreviations, so large that it will facilitate both the writing and reading of any business at common or civil law : together with some directions which may be beneficial for a clerk in the progress of his whole clerkship / by John Matlock ....
Maton, Robert, 1607-1653? / [1642] Israel's redemption: or the propheticall history of our Saviours kingdome on earth; that is, of the church Catholicke, and triumphant. With a discourse of Gog and Magog, or The battle of the great day of God almightie. / By Robert Maton minister and Mr of Arts, and sometimes commoner of Wadham Colledge in Oxford.
Maton, Robert, 1607-1653? / [1646] Israel's redemption redeemed. Or, The Jewes generall and miraculous conversion to the faith of the Gospel:: and returne into their owne land: and our Saviours personall reigne on Earth, cleerly proved out of many plaine prophecies of the Old and New Testaments. And the chiefe arguments that can be alledged against these truths, fully answered: of purpose to satisfie all gainsayers; and in particular Mr. Alexander Petrie, Minister of the Scottish Church in Roterdam. / By Robert Maton, the author of Israel's redemption. Divided into two parts, whereof the first concernes the Jewes restauration into a visible kingdome in Judea: and the second, our Saviours visible reigne over them, and all other nations at his nextappearing [sic]. Whereunto are annexed the authors reasons, for the literall and proper sense of the plagues contain'd under the trumpets and vialls.
Maton, Robert, 1607-1653? / [1652] Christs personall reigne on earth, one thousand yeares with his saints the manner, beginning, and continuation of his reigne clearly proved by many plain texts of Scripture, and the chiefe objections against it fully answered, explaining the 20 Revelations and all other Scripture-prophecies that treat of it : containing a full reply to Mr. Alexander Petrie ... who wrote against ... Israels redemption / by Robert Maton.
Matthew, Edward. / [1660] Karolou trismegistou epiphania the most glorious star, or celestial constellation of the Pleiades, or Charles Waine, appearing, and shining most brightly in a miraculous manner in the face of the sun at noonday at the nativity of our sacred soveraign King Charles 2d, presaging His Majesties exaltation to future honour and greatness transcending not only the most potent Christian princes in Europe, but by divine designment ordained to be the most mighty monarch in the universe : never any star having appeared before at the birth of any (the highest humane hero) except our Saviour / by Edw. Matthew ...
Matthew, Roger, b. 1574 or 5. / [1634] The flight of time, discerned by the dim shadow of Iobs diall, Iob. 9. 25. Explaned in certaine familiar and profitable meditations well conducing to the wise numbering of our daies in the sad time of this mortalitie. As it was delivered to his charge at Bloxham in Oxford-shire by the pastour thereof. R.M.
Matthew, Simon, d. 1541. / [the yere of our lorde. MD. XXXV. the. xxx. day of July. Cum privilegio. 1535] A sermon made in the cathedrall churche of Saynt Paule at London, the XXVII. day of June, Anno. 1535. by Symon Matthewe.
Matthew, Tobie, Sir, 1577-1655. / [M. DC. XXII. 1622] Of the love of our only Lord and Saviour, Iesus Christ: Both that which he beareth to vs; and that also which we are obliged to beare to him. Declared by the principall mysteries of the life, and death of our Lord; as they are deluiered [sic] to vs in Holy Scripture. With a preface, or introduction to the discourse.
Matthew, Tobie, Sir, 1577-1655. / [1647] A missive of consolation sent from Flanders to the Catholikes of England.
Matthews, Marmaduke, 1606-1683? / [1659] The rending church-member regularly call'd back to Christ and to his church, or, A sober answer to certain questions of a company of discontented and covenant-deserting brethren in which are laid down clear grounds of solid conviction ... / by Marmaduke Matthews ...
Matthieu, Pierre, 1563-1621. / [1632] Vnhappy prosperitie expressed in the histories of Ælius Seianus and Philippa the Catanian¨ Written in French by P: Mathieu and translated into English by Sr. Th: Hawkins.
Matthieu, Pierre, 1563-1621. / [1628] The povverfull fauorite, or, The life of Ælius Seianus. By P.M.
Matthieu, Pierre, 1563-1621. / [1638] Remarkeable considerations upon the life, and services of Monsieur Villeroy. Together with certaine politicall observations upon the fall of Seianus. Translated out of the originals by Sr. T.H.
Matthieu, Pierre, 1563-1621. / [Anno 1633] The historie of S. Elizabeth daughter of the King of Hungarie. Written in French by Peter Mathieu and translated into English by Sr T.H.
Maudit, John. / [1659] A warning piece to afflicted England, or, The Church of God under a state of desertion laid out in VII maximes with application to the present times / by John Maudit ; together with the testimonies of several reverend divines concerning the danger the Church of God is in.
Maudit, John. / [1660] The practises of the Earl of Leycester against the minister of Pensherst laid open in a narrarive [sic] sent to his late Highness Oliver Lord Protector August 5. 1658.
Maudit, John. / [1660] A letter to His Excellency the Lord General Monk containing the instrumental causes of the ruine of governments and Common-wealths,: with as advertisement of our present danger by a forrein invasion.
Maudit, John. / [An. D. 1649] The Christian souldiers great engine, or The mysterious and mighty workings of faith, discovered in a sermon preached before the Lord Generall in Oxford, May 20. 1649. By John Maudit Fellow of Exeter Colledge, and senior proctor of the University.
Maudit, John. / [1660] Antiprobal-e, or A defence of the minister of Pensherst in a case between him and the Earl of Leycester in Michaelmas term, 1657.
Mauduit, Isaac. / [1694] Tri-unity, or, The doctrin of the Holy Trinity asserted in a discourse on 2 Cor. XIII. XIV : by Isaac Mauduit ...
Mauduit, Isaac, 1662 or 3-1718. / [1700] A sermon preach'd to the societies for reformation of manners in the cities of London and Westminster, May 13th, 1700. Published at their request. By Isaac Mauduit, minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Mauger, Claude. / [1656] Mr. Mauger's French grammar: enriched with severall choise dialogues, containing an exact account of the state of France, ecclesiasticall, civil, and military, as it flourisheth at present under King Louis the fourteenth. Also a chapter of Anglicismes; vvith instructions for travellers into France.
Maundrell, Henry, 1665-1701. / [1696] A sermon preach'd before the honourable Company of Merchants trading to the Levant-Seas at St. Peter-Poor, Dec. 15. 1695 by Henry Maundrell ...
Maurice, David. / [1700] The bruised reed, or, A sermon preach'd at the cathedral church of St. Asaph, for the support of weak Christians by D. Maurice, D.D., sometime chaplain in New Colledge, Oxon.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1682] A vindication of the primitive church, and diocesan episcopacy in answer to Mr. Baxter's Church history of bishops, and their councils abridged : as also to some part of his Treatise of episcopacy.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1682] A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall on January the 30th, 1681 by Henry Maurice ...
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1688?] The project for repealing the penal laws and tests, with the honorable means used to effect it being a preface to a treatise concerning the penal laws and tests.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1689] A letter out of the country to a member of this present Parliament occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower and now under suspension.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1689] The lawfulness of taking the new oaths asserted
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [MDCXCV 1695] An impartial account of Mr. John Mason of Water-Stratford, and his sentiments by H. Maurice ...
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1688] Doubts concerning the Roman infallibility I. whether the Church of Rome believe it, II. whether Jesus Christ or his Apostles ever recommended it, III. whether the primitive church knew or used that way of deciding controversie.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1691] A defence of diocesan episcopacy in answer to a book of Mr. David Clarkson, lately published, entituled, Primitive episcopacy / by Henry Maurice ...
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1685] The antithelemite, or, An answer to certain quaeres by the D. of B. and the considerations of an unknown author concerning toleration
Maurice, Prince, 1620-1652. / [October 1, 1642] A declaration of the Prince Paltsgrave to the high court of Parliament concerning the cause of his departure out of England in these times of distractions and the manner of his cariage and behaviour during the time of his continuance with His Majesty in the north : likewise his earnest request to the Parliament and the Parliaments answer thereunto : declared in his letter to the House of Peeres on Tuesday last : also the Queen of Bohemia her resolution concerning Prince Roberts coming into England against the Parliament : likewise a true relation shewing how the Marquesse of Hartford and his company are beset by the Earle of Bedford and his forces.
Mauriceau, François, 1637-1709. / [1672] The diseases of women with child, and in child-bed:: as also, the best directions how to help them in natural and unnatural labours. : With fit remedies for the several indispositions of new-born babes. : Illustrated with divers fair figures, newly and very correctly engraven in copper. : A work much more perfect than any yet extant in English: being very necessary for all chirurgeons and midwives that practise this art. / Written in French by Francis Mauriceau. ; Translated, and enlarged with some marginal-notes, by Hugh Chamberlen ...
Maurus, Johannes, fl. 1654. / [1652] The confusion of Muhamed's sect, or a confutation of the Turkish Alcoran.: Being a discovery of many secret policies and practices in that religion, not till now revealed. / Written originally in Spanish, by Johannes Andreas Maurus, who was one of their bishops and afterwards turned Christian. Translated into English by I.N.
Mavericke, Radford, b. 1560 or 61. / [1603] Three treatises religiously handled and named according to the seuerall subiect of each treatise: The mourning weede. The mornings joy. The kings reioycing. Published by R.M. minister of Gods word. Perused and allowed.
Mavericke, Radford, b. 1560 or 61. / [1596] Saint Peters chaine consisting of eight golden linckes, most fit to adorne the neckes of the greatest states, nobles, and ladies in this land, as the chiefest iewell of true nobilitie: and not vnfit for the meaner sort. Digested into eight chapters, and published by R.M. minister. With a praier annexed to the end of euerie chapter.
Mavericke, Radford, b. 1560 or 61. / [1617] The practice of repentance. Or A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, the fifteenth of September last passed, by Radford Mavericke, preacher of Gods word in Devon.
Mavericke, Radford, b. 1560 or 61. / [1620] Grieving of Gods spirit. Contayning the summe of a sermon preached at Saint Maries in Oxford. The chiefe points intreated on are, Viz. I. Of grieuing of Gods Spirit. II. Of resisting of Gods Spirit. III. Of blaspheming of Gods Spirit, in the highest degree commonly called, the sinne against the Holy Ghost. By Radford Mauericke, minister in Devon. Reade iudiciously, but iudge charitably.
Mavericke, Radford, b. 1561? / [1603] Saint Peters watch word the end of all things is at hand / digested into eight chapters, and published by R.M. minister ; perused and allowed.
Maxey, Anthony, d. 1618. / [1605] An other sermon preached before the king at Greenewich on Tuesday before Easter, being the 26. of March. 1605. By Anthonie Maxey, Bachelar in Diuinity, and chaplaine to his Maiesty. The points herein handled are these. 1. That there is an hardening. 2. That God hardeneth not. 3. How men become hardened. 4. The meanes to auoid it.
Maxey, Anthony, d. 1618. / [An. 1605] The sermon preached before the King, at VVhitehall, on Tuesday the eight of Ianuarie, 1604. By Anthony Maxey Bachelar in Diuinity and chaplaine to his Maiestie.
Maxey, Anthony, d. 1618. / [1606.] The golden chaine of mans saluation, and the fearefull point of hardening, opened and set downe in two seuerall sermons preached before the king. / By Anthony Maxey Batchelar in Diuinitie, and chaplaine to his Majesty in ordinary ...
Maxey, Anthony, d. 1618. / [1606] The churches sleepe expressed in a sermon preached at the court, in the celebration of the Kings Maiesties most ioyfull and happie entrance into this kingdome, the 24. of March last. By Anthonie Maxey, Batchelar in Diuinitie, and chaplaine to his Maiestie in ordinary.
Maxey, Edward, Gent. / [1601] A nevv instuction [sic] of plowing and setting of corne, handled in manner of a dialogue betweene a ploughman and a scholler. Wherein is proued plainely that plowing and setting, is much more profitable and lesse chargeable, than plowing and sowing. By Edvvard Maxey. Gent.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1612] Queene Elizabeths looking-glasse of grace and glory. Wherein may be seen the fortune of the faithfull: that is to say, the wrastling, victory, and reward, or the combat, conquest and crowne of Gods children. All cleerely represented according to Scripture, & illustrated by diuers notable examples of Gods seruants both men and vvomen: and likewise enterlaced with many memorable alligories & morallties: both pleasant and profitable to be read. By I.M. Master of Arts.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1617] A nevv eight-fold probation of the Church of Englands divine constitution prooved by many pregnant arguments, to be much more complete then any Geneuian in the world against the contrary assertion of the fifty three petitioner-preachers of Scotland in their petition presented in the later Parliament to the Kings most excellent Maiesty. With a ten-folde probation of the same churches doctrine touching one of the most important points of our creede, which is of our sauiours descending into Hell. By Iames Maxvvell. Master of Artes, &c.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1613] A monument of remembrance erected in Albion, in honor of the magnificent departure from Britannie, and honorable receiuing in Germany, namely at Heidelberge, of the two most noble princes Fredericke, first prince of the imperiall bloud, sprung from glorious Charlemaigne, Count Palatine of Rhine, Duke of Bauier, Elector and Arch-sewer of the holy Romane Empire, and Knight of the renowned order of the Garter. & Elizabeth Infanta of Albion, Princess Palatine, and Dutchesse of Bauier, the onely daughter of our most gratious and soueraigne Lord Charles-Iames, and of his most noble and vertuous wife, Queene Anne. Both of them being almost in one and the same degree lineall descent from 25 emperours of the east and west, of Romanes, Greekes, and Germans, and from 30 kings of diuers countries. By Iames Maxvvel.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1612] The laudable life and deplorable death, of our late peerlesse Prince Henry. briefly represented. Together, with some other poemes, in honor both of our most gracious soueraigne King Iames his auspicious entrie to this crowne, and also of his hopefull children, Prince Charles and Princesse Elizabeths happy entrie into this world. By I.M. Master of Artes.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1611] The mirrour of religious men, and of godly matrones. Exhibited in the golden legends of these six famous and faithfull persons. Abraham & Sara, Isack [&] Rebecca: Iacob [&] Rahel. Very comfortable to be read of all the sonnes and daughters of such faithfull parents according to the promise, for the rectifying of their liues and the confirming of their faith. By I.M. Master in Arts.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1611] The golden art, or The right way of enriching. Comprised in ten rules, proued and confirmed by many places of holy Scripture, and illustrated by diuers notable examples of the same. Very profitable for all such persons in citie or countrie, as doe desire to get, increase, conserue, and vse goods with a good conscience. By I.M. Maister in Arts.
Maxwell, John, 1590?-1647. / [1646] The burthen of Jssachar, or, The tyrannical power and practices of the Presbyteriall government in Scotland in their [brace] I. Parochiall session, II. Presbyterie, III. Provinciall synods, IV. Generall assembly : with the articles of Presbyterian faith inconsistent with monarchie : whereby it is evident, that the Presbyteriall fingers are heavier than Episcopall loynes, these correcting with a rod, those with a scorpion : and therefore it is not the kingdome and government of Jesus Christ, whose yoake is easie, his burthen light, and his scepter a scepter of righteousnesse.
May, Edward. / [MDCXXXIX. 1639] A most certaine and true relation of a strange monster or serpent found in the left ventricle of the heart of Iohn Pennant, Gentleman, of the age of 21. yeares. By Edward May Doctor of Philosophy and Physick, and professor elect of them, in the colledge of the academy of noble-men, called the Musæum Minervæ: physitian also extraordinary unto her most Sacred Majesty, Queene of great Brittany, &c.
May, Edward, Gent. / [1633] Epigrams diuine and morall. By Edvv. May, Gent.
May, George, gent. / [1662] The VVhite-Powder Plot discovered, or, A prophetical poeme wherein is most elegantly revealed the secret combination of Hell and Rome, against the interest of true religion, and more particularly against the late King of blessed memory, and kingdom of England. Written before the late unhappy wars broke forth, and too sadly verified in them, which yet the author scarce lived to see. Also a prophetical rapture concerning the future extent of this British Empire into Italy. By George May, gent.
May, Henry, fl. 1652. / [in the year 1652] XXX. Christian and politick reasons wherefore England and the Low-Countries may not have warres with each other.: By Henry May, of Amsterdam.
May, John, fl. 1613. / [An. Dom. 1613] A declaration of the estate of clothing now vsed within this realme of England. 1 The royaltie and benefit of wooll and woollen cloth. 2 The condition of the makers, being two sorts. 3 The antiquitie and power of the alneger. 4 The manner of search and searchers, now vsed. 5 The seuerall faults and abuses practised in cloth. 6 The inconuenience and hurt by the abuses. 7 The remedie to be made by the alnegers prouision. VVith an apologie for the alneger, shewing the necessarie vse of his office. Written by Iohn May, a deputie alneger.
May, Joseph, b. 1584 or 5. / [1641] Epaphras, A sermon preached at Saint Austell in Cornwal, in commemoration of a benefactor, the second of February, 1639 by Ioseph May ...
May, Robert, b. 1588. / [1660] The accomplisht cook, or The art and mystery of cookery.: Wherein the whole art is revealed in a more easie and perfect method, then hath been publisht in any language. Expert and ready wayes for the dressing of all sorts of flesh, fowl, and fish; the raising of pastes; the best directions for all manner of kickshaws, and the most poinant sauces; with the tearms of carving and sewing. An exact account of all dishes for the season; with other a la mode curiosities. Together with the lively illustrations of such necessary figures as are referred to practice. / Approved by the fifty years experience and industry of Robert May, in his attendance on several persons of honour.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [Anno 1643, Sept. 30] A true relation from Hull of the present state and condition it is in.: As it was written in a letter from thence by one of good quality, to a citizen in London, being dated the 19th of this instant moneth of Septemb. 1643. VVhich letter was brought into London the twenty eight of this moneth.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1643] The glory of this kingdome: or A discourse by way of conference and arguments, of the happinesse and successe of former Parliaments.: With some observations upon the proceedings of this present Parliament.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1644] A discourse concerning the successe of former parliaments by Thomas May ...
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1645] The character of a right malignant.:
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1650] The changeable Covenant. Shewing in a brief series of relation, how the Scots from time to time have imposed upon England, by their false glosses, and perverse interpretations of the Covenant. Their jugglings, tergiversations, and dangerous designes against the Parliament of England, under pretence of the Covenant, articles, and treaty.
Maydman, Henry. / [1691] Naval speculations and maritime politicks being a modest and brief discourse of the Royal Navy of England, of its oeconomy and government : and a projection for an everlasting seminary of seamen by a royal maritime hospital : with a project for a royal fishery : also necessary measures in the present war with France &c. / by Henry Maydman.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [1622] The English catechisme explained. Or, A commentarie on the short catechisme set forth in the Booke of common prayer. Wherein diuers necessarie questions touching the Christian faith are inserted, moderne controuersies handled, doubts resolued, and many cases of conscience cleared. Profitable for ministers in their churches, for schoole masters in their schooles, and for housholders in their families. By Iohn Mayer, Bachelour of Diuinitie.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [1623] Mayers catechisme abridged. Or the A.B.C. inlarged. With many necessary questions fitted vnto it, for the benefit of all that desire to teach or learne it effectually. A duty to which all wee of the Church of England are bound, it being generally appointed by authoritie.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [1661] Unity restor'd to the Church of England by John Mayer.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [1619] A patterne for women: setting forth the most Christian life, & most comfortable death of Mrs. Lucy late wife to the worshipfull Roger Thornton Esquire, of Little Wratting in Suffolke. Whereunto is annexed a most pithy and perswasive discourse of that most learned & holy Father Ierom, being his last speech before his death, which is able to rouze vp the most drowzy and dead in firme. And finally, the last most heauenly prayer of the sayd Ierom, a singular help for a poare soule, wrestling with the pangs of death, to addresse herselfe towards her saviour. By I.M. Bachelour of Diuinity.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [1627] Ecclesiastica interpretatio: or The expositions vpon the difficult and doubtful passages of the seuen Epistles called catholike, and the Reuelation. Collected out of the best esteemed, both old and new writers, together with the authors examinations, determinations, and short annotations. The texts in the seuen Epistles of Iames, Peter, Iohn and Iude are six and forty. The expositions vpon the Reuelation are set forth by way of question and answer. Here is also a briefe commentary vpon euery verse of each chapter, setting forth the coherence and sense, and the authors, and time of writing euery of these bookes. Hereunto is also annexed an antidot against popery. By Iohn Mayer, B. of D. and pastor of the Church of Little Wratting in Suffolke.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [M DC LIII. 1653] A commentary upon the whole Old Testament, added to that of the same author upon the whole New Testament published many years before, to make a compleat work upon the whole Bible. Vols. 2-4. Wherein the divers translations and expositions, literall and mysticall, of all the most famous commentators both ancient and modern are propounded, examined, and judged of, for the more full satisfaction of the studious reader in all things, and many most genuine notions inserted for edification in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. A work, the like unto which hath never yet been published by any man, yet very necessary, nor only for students in divinity; but also for every Christian that loveth the knowledge of divine things, or humane, whereof this comment is also full. Consisting of IV parts. I Upon the Pentateuch, or five books of Moses. II Upon the historical part, from Joshua to Esther. III Upon Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Solomons Song. IV Upon all the prophets both great and small. By John Mayer, doctor of divinity.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [M DC LIII. 1653] A commentary upon the whole Old Testament, added to that of the same author upon the whole New Testament published many years before, to make a compleat work upon the whole Bible. Vol. 1 Wherein the divers translations and expositions, literall and mysticall, of all the most famous commentators both ancient and modern are propounded, examined, and judged of, for the more full satisfaction of the studious reader in all things, and many most genuine notions inserted for edification in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. A work, the like unto which hath never yet been published by any man, yet very necessary, nor only for students in divinity; but also for every Christian that loveth the knowledge of divine things, or humane, whereof this comment is also full. Consisting of IV parts. I Upon the Pentateuch, or five books of Moses. II Upon the historical part, from Joshua to Esther. III Upon Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Solomons Song. IV Upon all the prophets both great and small [vol. 1 only]. / By John Mayer, doctor of divinity.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [1647. i.e. 1646] Christian liberty vindicated from grosse mistakes, occasioning so great divisions in England. Or, A tract, shewing what it is, and what it is not, the diversity of errours, a generall councell to be the meanes of beating them down, and how far forth conscience is to be born with, and the insolencie of the late remonstrants.: Most earnestly recommended to the reading of the Right Honourable Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, and all those that through a mistake stand so stifly for the priviviledge [sic] of conscience at large, ... Whereunto is added an appendix of 17. questions, necessary to be discussed and be determined by the Assembly of Divines without delay, that every one may know what to hold and rest in, and the unnaturall divisions in the same body may cease. / By John Mayer, D.D. of Divinity.
Mayer, John, 1583-1664. / [1625] An antidote against popery confected out of scriptures, fathers, councels, and histories. Wherein dialogue-wise are shewed, the points, grounds, and antiquitie of the Protestant religion; and the first springing vp of the points of popery: together with the Antichristianisme thereof. Being alone sufficient to inable any Protestant of meane capacitie, to vnderstand and yeeld a reason of his religion, and to incounter with and foyle the aduersary. By Iohn Mayer, B.D. and pastor of the Church of little Wratting in Suffolke.
Mayerne, Louis Turquet de, d. 1618. / [anno Dom. 1612] The generall historie of Spaine containing all the memorable things that haue past in the realmes of Castille, Leon, Nauarre, Arragon, Portugall, Granado, &c. and by what meanes they were vnited, and so continue vnder Philip the third, King of Spaine, now raigning; written in French by Levvis de Mayerne Turquet, vnto the yeare 1583: translated into English, and continued vnto these times by Edvvard Grimeston, Esquire.
Mayerne, Patrick. / [MDCXXXVI 1636] The patterne of all pious prayer, and the epitomie of all Christian Catholique beliefe being a patheticall and paraphrastical meeter vpon the Pater Noster, Ave Maria, and Credo in Deum, &c. : together with a divine dittie made vpon St. Patricks Day last past in honour of the Christian crosse, with wholsome preparatives for death and judgment : also a short panigyre on Mary-land in America.
Mayerne, Théodore Turquet de, Sir, 1573-1655. / [1658] Archimagirus anglo-gallicus: or, Excellent & approved receipts and experiments in cookery. Together with the best way of preserving. As also, rare formes of sugar-works: according to the French mode, and English manner. Copied from a choice manuscript of Sir Theodore Mayerne Knight, physician to the late K. Charles. Magistro artis, edere est esse.
Mayhew, Matthew, 1648-1710. / [1695] The conquests and triumphs of grace being a brief narrative of the success which the gospel hath had among the Indians of Martha's Vineyard (and the places adjacent) in New-England : with some remarkable curiosities, concerning the numbers, the customs, and the present circumstances of the Indians on that island : further explaining and confirming the account given of those matters, by Mr. Cotton Mather, in the Life of the renowned Mr. John Eliot / by Matthew Mayhew ; attested by the Reverend Mr. Nath. Mather, and others ; whereto is added, an account concerning the present state of Christianity among the Indians, in other parts of New-England, expressed in the letters of several worthy persons best acquainted therewithal.
Mayhew, Matthew, 1648-1710. / [1694] A brief narrative of the success which the Gospel hath had, among the Indians, of Martha's-Vineyard (and the places adjacent) in New-England. With some remarkable curiosities, concerning the numbers, the customes, and the present circumstances of the Indians on that island. Further explaining and confirming the account given of those matters, by Mr. Cotton Mather in the life of the renowned Mr. John Eliot. By Matthew Mayhew. Whereto is added, An account concerning the present state of Christianity among the Indians, in other parts of New-England: expressed in the letters of several worthy persons, best acquainted therewithall.
Mayhew, R. (Richard) / [Anno praedicto, 1679] Poema mortuale, or, An elegy upon death, the law of nature and tribute of mortals. / By R.M. No poet, nor the son of a poet.
Mayhew, R. (Richard) / [1679] Eschatos echthros, or, The death of death in the death of Christ being a narrative of the first death as the mistress of mortals and empress of the universe : conflicting of various sections and directions (as appears by the index) in order to a holy living and happy dying / by R. Mayhew ...
Mayhew, R. (Richard) / [1680] Tria sunt omnia, or, A necessary narration and distinct discussion of faith, hope and love legible in The idea of the book / by R. Mayhew ...
Mayhew, R. (Richard) / [1676] Charisma patrikon, a paternal gift, or, The legacie of a dying father, to his living children wherein there is a tast of the childs duty of heart-keeping to be hard keeping, of the sufficiency of grace, and of sin, the folly of sinners / by Ri. Mayhew ...
Mayhew, R. Richard. / [1677] The young mans guide to blessedness or, seasonable directions for youth in their unconverted state. By R. Mayhew minister fo the gospel.
Mayhew, R. Richard . / [1683] Sichah: or, A continued tract of meditation. Being a discussion of the depth of God. Methodized, legible, and intelligible, in the idea of the book. By R.M. Philopolites. The second part.
Mayhew, R. Richard . / [anno 1674] Love to the life, or, Some meditations upon loving, and washing in the blood of Christ together, with a tast of gospel-promises, as the churches stock, or, believers patrimony. By R.M. the Benjamin of his Fathers house.
Mayhew, Thomas. / [1660] Upon the joyfull and welcome return of His Sacred Majestie, Charls the Second, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King, defender of the faith, &c. to his due and indubitate right of government, over these His Majestie's kingdoms and dominions.: A panegyrick. By Tho. Mayhew, Gent.
Maynard, John, Sir, 1592-1658. / [1643] The copy of a letter addressed to the Father Rector at Brussels, found amongst some Iesuites taken at London, about the third yeere of His Majesties raigne.: Wherein is manifested, that the Iesuites from time to time have been the only incendiaries and contrivers of the miseries and distractions of this kingdome. And how their designes are, by a perpetuall motion, carried on by the same counsels at this time, as formerly they have been.
Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. / [1648] The humble plea and protest, of Sr. John Maynard knight of the Bath and a (late member of the honourable house of Commons) &c. Being the copie of his letter and protest, sent unto the Lords, Febr. 14. 1647. Directed as followeth, to the Right Honourable my singular good Lord, Edvvard Earle of Manchester, speaker of the House of Peeres. These --:
Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. / [Printed in the year 1648] A speech spoken by an honorable knight in the House of Commons: upon the delivery of the city petition : being Tuesday the 27 of June, 1648.
Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. / [1648] England's champion: or, The iust mans fortitude, manifested in that gallant resolution of Sir John Maynard knight of that noble order of the Bath and a (late member of the Honourable house of Commons) &c. Being the copie of his letter and protest, sent unto the Lords Febr. 14. 1647. Directed as followeth. To the Right Honourable my singular good Lord, Edvvard Earle of Manchester, speaker of the House of Peeres. These --
Maynard, Josias, fl. 1652. / [1652] A tryall [sic] skill betwen Josias Maynard citizen and cutler of London, and master of the noble science of defence at the Black Swan in Holborne & of the House of White-Friers. And William Swinow, alias Scot, citizen and cooke of London, and master of the noble science of defence of the House of Tower Royall.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1658] Ymddiffyniad rhag pla o schism neu swyn gyfaredd yn erbyn neullduaethau yr amferoedd ...
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [Printed in the yeare, 1647] Ochlo-machia. Or The peoples war,: examined according to the principles of Scripture & reason, in two of the most plausible pretences of it. In answer to a letter sent by a person of quality, who desired satisfaction. By Jasper Mayne, D.D. one of the students of Ch. Ch. Oxon.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [Printed in the yeare, M DC XLVII. 1647] A late printed sermon against false prophets,: vindicated by letter, from the causeless aspersions of Mr. Francis Cheynell. / By Jasper Mayne, D.D. the mis-understood author of it.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1646] The difference about church government ended:: by taking away the distinction of government into ecclesiasticall and civill: and proving the government of the civill magistrate onely sufficient in a Christian kingdom. / Written by one that by making peace, prefers to be called a blessed childe of God, before preeminence in this world. J.M. D. D. Published according to order.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672 / [1658] Pregeth yn erbyn schism: neu, Wahaniadau yr Amseroedd hyn a Bregethwyd yn Watlington yn fir Rydychen, mewn peth cythryfwl Med. ll. 1652. / Yn ol ymddadleu cyhoeddus a fu yno rhwng Jasper Mayne ...
Mayne, Zachary, 1631-1694. / [1692] The snare broken, or, The natural and eternal deity of the Son of God, as also of the Holy Ghost, asserted by a person, who having been formerly a a [sic] Socinian, and then an Arrian, came at length, by a free consideration of the Scriptures, to be fully convinc'd of the truth of the Catholick faith concerning the blessed Trinity.
Mayne, Zachary, 1631-1694. / [1662] St. Paul's travailing pangs, with his legal-Galatians, or, A treatise of justification wherein these two dissertions are chiefly evinced viz. 1. That justification is not by the law, but by faith, 2. That yet men are generally prone to seek justification by the law : together with several characters assigned of a legal and evangical spirit : to which is added (by way of appendix) the manner of transferring justification from the law to faith / by Zach. Mayne ...
Mayne, Zachary, 1631-1694. / [1693] Sanctification by faith vindicated in a discourse on the seventh chapter of the epistle of St. Paul to the Romans : compared with the sixth and eighth chapters of the same epistle / written by Zachary Mayne ... to which is prefixt a preface by Mr. Rob. Burscough.
Maynforth, Robert. / [1691] An exhortation to all people in general.: Together with a warning to the drunkards of England, who were my companions in the kingdom of darkness, whom my soul pities. : Being a testimony to the way and truth of God ... / Robert Maynforth.
Maynwaring, Arthur, 1668-1712. / [1689] Tarquin and Tullia.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1668] Useful discoveries and practical observations, in some late remarkable cures of the scurvy. By E. Maynwaringe, Dr. in Physick.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1669] Vita sana & longa the preservation of health and prolongation of life proposed and proved : in the due observance of remarkable præcautions, and daily practicable rules, relating to body and mind, compendiously abstracted from the institutions and law of nature / by E. Maynwaringe ...
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1664] Tutela sanitatis sive Vita protracta. The protection of long life, and detection of its brevity, from diætic causes and common cutoms. Hygiastic præcautions and rules appropriate to the constitutions of bodyes; and various discrasyes or passions of minde; dayly to be observed for the preservation of health and prolougation of life. With a treatise of fontinells or issues. Whereunto is annexed Bellum necessarium sive Medicus belligerans the military or practical physitian reveiwing [sic] his armory: furnished with medical weapons munition against the secret invaders of life; fitted for all persons and assaults; with their safe and regular use, according to medical art and discipline by Everard Maynwaring doctor in physick.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1668] A treatise of consumptions. ... By E. Maynwaringe, Dr. in Physick.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1689] A serious debate, and general concern, relating to health and sickness. By E.M. Med. D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1671] Praxis medicorum antiqua & nova the ancient and modern practice of physick examined, stated, and compared, the preparation and custody of medicines as it was the primitive custom with the princes and great patrons of physick asserted and proved to be the proper charge and grand duty and every physician successively, the new mode of prescribing and filing recipe's with apothecaries manifested an imprudent invention and pernicious innovation, demonstrated from the treble damage and disadvantages that arise thence to physician, patient and the medical science : with enforcing arguments for a return and general conformity to the primitive practice ... / by E. Maynwaring.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1665] Morbus polyrhizos et polymorphæus. A treatise of the scurvy. Examining opinions and errors, concerning the nature and cure of this disease. Establishing a method for prevention and cure, founded upon other principles; concordant with reason, verified by practice. By Everard Maynwaringe Doctor in Physick.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [MDCXCIII. 1693] The mystery of curing comprehensively. Explained and confirm'd, by exemplar of the Catholic medicine. Powerfully impregnated, and accuratly formed; to assist the regent principle, disabled, or impeded in vital government. Enabled hereby; more vigorously, and constantly to execute; the functions and daily operations; necessary to health, and life. For support of human bodyes, variously declining; and recovery out of a diseased state. The most useful, efficacious, and comprehensive expedient; (preventive and curative) against the painful diseased, and decays of human nature. By E. Maynwaringe. M.D. Jan. 11. 1693/3. Imprimatur. Edm. Bohun.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1692] Monarchia microcosmi the origin, vicissitudes, and period of vital government in man : for a farther discovery of diseases, incident to human nature / by Everard Maynwaringe ...
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1698] Ignota febris. Fevers mistaken in notion & practice. Shewing the frequent fatal consequents thereof. Herein traversing the dissenting new hypotheses of some late writers: and erroneous opinions, of antique authors. With remarks upon bleeding, blistering, juleps, and the Jesuits pouder, in fevers. By Everard Maynwaringe, Med. D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1683] The method and means of enjoying health, vigour, and long life adapting peculiar courses for different constitutions, ages, abilities, valetudinary states, individual proprieties, habituated customs, and passions of mind : suting preservatives and correctives to every person for attainment thereof / by Everard Maynwaringe, M.D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1691] Inquiries into the general catalogue of diseases shewing the errrors and contradictions of that establishment with a new scheme representing more truly, and essentially, the various diseased state of humane nature / by E.M. Med D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1668] Medicus absolutus adespotos the compleat physitian, qualified and dignified : the rise and progress of physick, historically, chronologically, and philosophically illustrated : physitians of different sects and judgements, charactered and distinguished : the abuse of medicines, imposture of empericks, and illegal practisers detected : cautioning the diseased in the use of medicines, and informing them in the choice of a good physitian / by Everard Maynwaring ...
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [MDCLXXIII. 1673] The history and mystery of the venereal lues concisely abstracted and modelled (occasionally) from serious strict perpensions, and critical collations of divers repugning sentiments and contrary assertions of eminent physicians: English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, and Italian dissenting writers. Convincing by argument and proof the traditional notions touching this grand evil, and common reputed practice grounded thereon, as erroneous and unfound. Solving the most dubious and important quæries concerning the abstruse nature, difficult and deceitful cures of this popular malady. With animadversions upon various methods of cure, practised in those several nations. By E. Maynwaringe doctor in Physick.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1679] The frequent, but unsuspected progress of pains, inflammations, tumors, apostems, ulcers, cancers, gangrenes, and mortifications internal therein shewing the secret causes and course of many lingering and acute mortal diseases, rarely discerned : with a tract of fontanels or issues and setons / by Everard Maynwaringe, M.D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1696] The efficacy and extent of true purgation shewing I. What this operation is, not as vulgarly understood, II. How performed in human body, III. By what means fitly to be done, IV. When, how oft, and in what cases to be used, and what to be avoided, in this most frequent and helpful administration : distinguished from promiscuous evacuations, injuriously procured and falsely reputed purging / by Everard Maynwaringe, M.D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1684] The catholic medicine, and soverain healer rectifying and assisting the depraved functions, of infirm and diseased bodies : for reducing and curing in all cases, enabling thereby to digest, expectorate, transpire, open, dissolve, discuss, evacuate, cleanse, purifie, allay, ease, heal, strengthen, and restore the decayed parts of unsound and distempered bodies : confirm'd by demonstrations of fact, in eminent cases performed : communicated to the world, as the most happy, comprehensive, expedient, preventive and curative, against the diseases of humane nature / by a strict examiner of medical art.
Mayo, Daniel, 1672?-1733. / [MDCC. 1700] A sermon preach'd to the Society, for reformation of manners at Kingstone upon Thames, on July 17th 1700. Publish'd at the request of the Society. By Daniel Mayo, M.A. minister of the gospel in that town.
Mayo, John. / [1630] The vniuersall principle the common iustice of the world, and the royall law of love : deliuered in a sermon at the assises in Dorchester, the 23. day of Iuly, anno Dom. 1629 / by I.M. ...
Mayo, John. / [1609] A sermon of fasting, and of Lent, and of the antiquitie, dignitie, and great necessitie thereof preached vpon the 14. of Februarie, anno 1607 at Shaftesbury / by Io. Mayo.
Mayo, John, fl. 1607-1629. / [1591] The pope's parliament, containing a pleasant and delightful historie, wherin are ... deliuered ... the paltry trash and trumperies of him and his pelting prelats ... : Whereunto is annexed an Anatomie of Pope Ioane, more apparently opening her whole life and storie. / Written by Iohn Mayo.
Mayo, John, fl. 1607-1629. / [1624] The anatomie of Pope Ioane. Wherein her life, manners and death is liuely layed abroad and opened, and the forged cauils and allegations that our aduersaries vse further, thoroughly vnripped and confuted. Necessarie for all those that are not fully acquainted with the storie, and not vnfruitfull to all them that loue and embrace the true religion of Christ, and abhorre the sortish illusions of Romish antichrist. Written by I.M.
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695. / [1693] A present for servants from their ministers, masters, or other friends, especially in country parishes. Licensed, Jan. 20. 1692.
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695. / [1673] The life & death of Edmund Staunton D.D. To which is added, I. His treatise of Christian conference. II. His dialogue betwixt a minister and a stranger. Published by Richard Mayo of Kingston, Minister of the Gospel.
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695. / [1664] Krypteuchologia, or, A plain answer to this practical question, what course may a Christian take to have his heart quickned and enlarged in the duty of secret prayer? by Richard Mayo ...
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695. / [1678] A conference betwixt a Protestant and a Jevv, or, A second letter from a merchant in London to his correspondent in Amsterdam
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695. / [1678] A conference betwixt a papist and a Jew, or, A letter from a merchant in London, to his correspondent in Amsterdam
Mayo, Richard, 1631?-1695. / [1695] The cause and cure of strife and divisions being the substance of two sermons preach'd in London, March the 12th and 26th, 1695 / by Richard Mayo ...
Mayow, John, 1641-1679. / [1685] Rhachitidologia, or, A tract of the disease rhachitis, commonly called the rickets shewing the signes, cause, symptoms, and prognosticks : together with a most accurate and ingenious method of cure / written originally in Latin ... by ... Dr. John Mayow ... and now ... faithfully rendred into English by W.S. ; to which is subjoyn'd a profitable appendix, touching weights and measures us'd in the composition of medicines and exhibition of medicinal doses.
Mazarin, Hortense Mancini, duchesse de, 1646-1699. / [1676] The memoires of the Dutchess Mazarine written in French by her own hand, and done into English by P. Porter Esq. ; together with the reasons of her coming into England ; likewise, a letter containing a true character of her person and conversation.
Mazarin, Hortense Mancini, duchesse de, 1646-1699. / [1676] The memoires of the Dutchess Mazarine out of French.
Mazarin, Jules, 1602-1661. / [1663] The last will and testament of the late renowned Cardinal Mazarini, deceased February 27, 1660 together with some historical remarques of his life.
Mazarin, Jules, 1602-1661. / [1691] Cardinal Mazarin's letters to Lewis XIV, the present King of France, on his love to the Cardinal's niece together with his secret negotiation with Don Lewis D'Haro, chief minister to the King of Spain.