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Peaceable sonne of the same church. / [1641] A defensive vindication of the publike liturgy, established ceremonies, and setled patrimony of the Church of England against such as (putting themselves to an ill occupation) have unjustly impeached or oppugned them / by a peaceable sonne of the same church, no way addicted to novelty or innovation.
Peacham, Henry, 1576?-1643? / [1615] A most true relation of the affaires of Cleve and Gulick as also of all what hath passed this last summer, since the most excellent and victorious prince, Maurice of Nassau, tooke the field with his armie, encamping before Rees in Cleueland: and the losse of Wesel, taken in by the Marques Spinola: vnto the breaking vp of our armie in the beginning of December last past. 1614. With the articles of the peace, propounded at Santen By Henrie Peacham.
Peachi, John, fl. 1683. / [printed in the year 1694] Some observations made upon the herb called Perigua, imported from the Indies: shewing its admirable virtues in curing the diabetes. Written by a Dr. of Physick in the countrey to Dr. Burwell, President of the Colledge of Physitians at London.
Pead, Deuel, d. 1727. / [1695] A word in season being a sermon preach'd in the parish-church of St. James Clarkenwell, on Wednesday the 11th of December, 1695, being the fast-day / by D. Pead ...
Pead, Deuel, d. 1727. / [1696] Sheba's conspiracy and Amasa's confederacy, or, A modest vindication of the national association entred into by the Honorable House of Commons, Feb. 25th, 1695 being a sermon preach'd in the parish-church of St. James Clarkenwell, March 29th / by D. Pead ...
Pead, Deuel, d. 1727. / [1699] The wicked man's misery, and the poor man's hope and comfort being a sermon upon the parable of Dives and Lazarus : wherein is briefly discovered the miserable estate and condition of those who are guilty of uncharitableness, pride and covetousness : as also, the happy rewards and enjoyments which are prepared for the righteous, who patiently endure afflictions in this world / by the Reverend Dr. Pead ...
Pead, Deuel, d. 1727. / [1696] The Protestant King protected, the popish kings detected and defeated in a sermon preach'd at St. James Clarkenwell, April 16, 1696, being the day of publick thanksgiving for the deliverance of His Majesty, K. William III from assassination, and his kingdoms from invasion by the French / by Deuel Pead ...
Pead, Deuel, d. 1727. / [1695] A practical discourse upon the death of our late graeious [sic] Queen being a sermon preach'd the 10th of March 1694/5, at St James Clarkenwell / by D. Pead ...
Pead, Deuel, d. 1727. / [1694] Jesus is God, or, The deity of Jesus Christ vindicated being an abstract of some sermons preach'd in the parish-church of St. James, Clerkenwell / by D. Pead.
Peake, Humphrey, d. 1645. / [1646] Meditations upon a siege. By H. P.
Peârez, Juan, d. 1567. / [An. Do. 1576] An excelent comfort to all Christians, against all kinde of calamities no lesse comfortable, then pleasant, pithy, and profitable: Compendiously compiled by Iohn Perez, a faithfull seruant of God, a Spaniard (in Spanish) and now translated into English by Iohn Daniel, of Clements Inne, with diuers addicions by him collected and therevnto annexed.
Pearse, Damaris, 1659-1679. / [1683] A present for youth, and example for the aged, or, The remains of Damaris Pearse: containing her speech after she kept her bed, and a copy of a written paper, of her own composing, which she left as her last legacy to her brothers and sisters, and was the last thing that ever she wrote : and also several pious expressions, occasionally uttered in her last sickness, worth minding : together with her funeral-sermon, preached by a reverend minister of the Gospel.
Pearse, Edward, 1631-1694. / [1675] The state of Northampton from the beginning of the fire Sept. 20th 1675 to Nov. 5th represented in a letter to a friend in London and now recommended to all well disposed persons in order to Christian-charity and speedy relief for the said distressed town and people / by a country minister.
Pearse, Edward, 1631-1694. / [1681] The conformists plea for the nonconformists, or, A just and compassionate representation of the present state and condition of the non-conformists as to I. The greatness of their sufferings, II. Hardness of their case, III. Reasonableness and equity of their desires and proposals, IV. Qualifications, and worth of their persons, V. Peaceableness of their behaviour, VI. The churches prejudice by their exclusion, &c. humbly submitted to authority / by a beneficed minister, and a regular son of the Church of England.
Pearse, Edward, 1631-1694. / [1682] The conformist's third plea for the nonconformists argued from the king's declaration concerning ecclesiastical affairs : grounded upon the approved doctrine and confirmed by the authorities of many eminent fathers and writers of the Church of England / by the author of the two former pleas.
Pearse, Edward, 1631-1694. / [1682] The conformist's second plea for the nonconformists wherein the case of the non-conformists is further stated and the suspension of the penal laws against them humbly moved with all due submission to the magistrate / by a charitable and compassionate conformist, author of the former plea.
Pearse, Edward, 1631-1694. / [MDCLXXXIII 1683] The conformist's fourth plea for the nonconformists wherein several considerations are offered for Christian forbearance : with some relations of some of their sufferings ..., together with some account of the infamous lives and lamentable deaths of some informers / by a charitable and compassionate conformist, author of the former Pleas.
Pearse, Edward, 1633?-1674? / [1674] The great concern, or, A serious warning to a timely and thorough preparation for death with helps and directions in order thereunto / by Edward Pearse.
Pearse, Edward, 1633?-1674? / [1673] The best match, or, The souls espousal to Christ opened and improved by Edward Pearse.
Pearse, Edward, 1633?-1674? / [1674] A beam of divine glory, or, The unchangeableness of God opened, vindicated, and improved : whereunto is added, The soul's rest in God / by Edward Pearse ; to which is prefixed the author's last letter, written in the time of his sickness to some peculiar friends.
Pearson, Anthony, 1628-1670? / [1654] A few words to all judges, justices, and ministers of the law in England.: From Anthony Pearson.
Pearson, Anthony, 1628-1670? / [1653] To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England.:
Pearson, Anthony, 1628-1670? / [MDCLVII. 1657] The great case of tythes truly stated, clearly opened, and fully resolved.: By a countrey-man, A.P.
Pearson, John, 1613-1686. / [1660] An ansvver to Dr. Burges his vvord by way of postscript.: In vindication of No necessity of reformation of the publick doctrine of the Church of England. By John Pearson D.D.
Pearson, Nicolas, fl. 1682. / [1682] The raptures of a flaming spirit. Being a directory, wherein methodically is contained the several parts of prayer. With select expressions for the performance of the duty. As the author useth to express himself before and after his sermons. By Nico. Pearson. &c.
Pearson, Richard, 1641?-1710. / [1700] Naaman vindicated as well from the idolatries of the house of Rimmon in Syria, as from the abuses of the atheists and hypocrites in England / by Richard Pearson, priest of the Church of England.
Pearson, Richard, chaplain to the Earl of Elgin. / [1664] Enoch's translation, in a sermon preached at the funerals of the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Elgin, Baron of Whorlton, &c. In the parish-church of Malden in Bedford-shire, Decemb. 31. 1663. By Rich. Pearson D.D.
Pearson, Richard, d. 1734. / [1684] The study of quietness explained, recommended, and directed in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, at the Guild-Hall chappel, March 16, 1683/4, and now published, as the heads were, elsewhere, more enlarged upon, in several discourses.
Pearson, Richard, d. 1734. / [1690] A sermon preached Feb. 2, 1689/90 with an addition of what was further designed on that subject / by Richard Pearson ...
Pearson, Richard, d. 1734. / [1684] A sermon preached at the funeral of the Reverend Doctor Ambrose Atfield, late minister of St. Leonard Shoreditch, preached in the said parish church, March 19, 1683/4 by Richard Pearson ...
Pearson, Richard, d. 1734. / [1684] Providence bringing good out of evil in a sermon, preached on the ninth of September, being the day of thanksgiving for the discovery of the late treasonable conspiracy against His Majesties person and government / by Richard Pearson ...
Pearston, Thomas. / [1590] A short instruction vnto Christian religion briefly noting our profession, exercise, and obedience required of vs in this life. By Thomas Pearston.
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1697] A plain introduction to the art of physick containing the fundamentals, and necessary preliminaries to practice ... : to which is added, The materia medica contracted, and alphabetical tables of the vertues of roots, barks, woods, herbs, flowers, seeds, fruits, juices and gums ... : also a collection of choice medicines chymical and Galenical, together with a different way of making the most celebrated compositions in the apothecaries shops / by J. Pechey ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1698?] Of sudden diseases. By Dr. John Pechey of the College of Physicians, London, at his house in Robin-Hood's-Court, the Lower End of Bowlane, near Bazing-Lane, Cheapside:
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1688] Collections of acute diseases: The second and third part. The second part, contains all that the learn'd and experienc'd Dr. Sydenham, has written of the pestilential fever, and dreadful plague at London in the years 1665, 1666. The third part, collected from the same author, treats of the depuratory fever of the years 1661, 62, 63, 64. and of the new fever; together with an exact description of that wonderful convulsion, called chorea sancti viti, and of its cure: and of the cure of the fever that afflicts children upon breeding teeth, as also of the hectic fever that is peculiar to them.
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1691] Collections of acute diseases, the fourth part It contains all that the learn'd and experienc'd Dr. Sydenham has written of agues, of a pleurisie, of a bastard peripneumonia, of a quinsey, and of the cholera morbus. And all that the famous Dr. Willis has written of a peripneumonia.
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685] At the angel and crown in Bazing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside, on the left hand, lives J. Pechey, of the Colledge of Physicians in London.
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1700?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street, from Cheapside, on the left hand, lives John Pechey, of long standing in the Colledge of Physicians in London.
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside. Dwells a physician, a graduate in one of our own Universities, and a member of the Colledge of Physicians in London, who has a pill prepared with wholsom ingredients, ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside, dwells J. Pechey, a member of the College of Physicians in London, who has a pill that he has found by many years experience ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside, dwells a physician a graduate in the University of Oxford, and a member of the Colledge of Physicians in London, who has safe and sure medicines for curing the French Disease, and all the degrees of it, as heat in the Urine, ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1695] Advertisement. Whereas formerly the sick could have advice (at the Angel and Crown in King. Street near Cheapside) in the afternoons only. Now for the greater ease and benefit of patients, there will be constant attendance there every day from nine in the morning 'till twelve, and from two in the afternoon 'till six. ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1695?] Advertisement. The physitians of the colledge, that us'd to consult twice a week, for the benefit of the sick, at the Consultation-house, at the carv'd Angel and Crown in King-street, near Guild-Hall, meet now four times a week; ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685?] Advertisement. J. Pechey physician that lodg'd at the angel and crown in King-street near Cheapside, is removed to the angel and crown in Basinglane, being the next turning beyond Watling-street in Bowlane from Cheapside, on the right hand, and the second turning in Bread-street from Chapside ...
Peck, Francis, d. 1651. / [1644] The kernell of Christianity: containing a short yet full summe of our communion with Christ. / By Mr Francis Peck Mr of Arts, minister of the word and pastor at Hartford. Imprimatur Iohn Downame.
Peck, Francis, d. 1651. / [1645] Ho kalos agon tes pisteos.: The good fight of faith. Being the substance of a sermon preached to the congregation assembled at the interring of the body of Master William Hill lately one of the magistrates of Guildford in Surrey. / By his sonne in law Francis Peck, Master of Arts, sometimes preacher there, and now minister of God's word in Hertford.
Peck, Pierre, 1562-1625. / [1621] Proposition of the Ambassadour Peckius, in the congregation of the General States with the answer of the sayd General States, the xxv. of March, 1621 / translated, out of Dutch, according to the copy, printed by Aert Meurs, bookseller in the Hague.
Peck, Samuel. / [1687] The substance of a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Bell (age sixteen years, odd months) at St. M. Overies, in Southwalk, upon those words (chosen by her) of Solomons. ... / by Samuel Peck. ...
Peck, Samuel. / [MDCXCIII 1693] A sermon preached at St. Edmonds-Bury, in Suffolk, at the assizes, March 18th, 1692/3 before Lord Chief Justice Holt and Judge Rokeby and William Hammond, Esq., high-sheriff for that county / by Samuel Peck, lecturer of Ipswich.
Peck, Samuel. / [1689] Jericho's downfal, in a sermon preached upon Jan. 31, 1688/89 being a day of publick thanksgiving to God for our deliverance from popery and arbitrary power / by Samuel Peck, Minister of Popler.
Peck, Samuel. / [1687] A New-Years gift for youth being the substance of a sermon, preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, (aged sixteen years, odd months) at St. M. Overies, in Southwark, Decemb. 1. 1686. upon those words (chosen by her) of Solomons / by Samuel Peck ...
Peck, Samuel. / [1680] The best way to mend the world, and to prevent the growth of popery by perswading the rising generation to an early and serious practice of piety: with answers to the principal cavils of Satan and his agents against it, &c. By Samuel Peck, minister of the word at Poplar.
Peck, Thomas. / [1671] The inseparable union between Christ and a believer, which death itself cannot sever, or, The bond that can never be broken: opened in a sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Dorothy Freeborne, who was interred at Prittlewell in Essex on 24 of August, 1658 / by Thomas Peck ...
Pecke, Edward. / [1588] A godly exhortation whereby Englande may knowe: What sinfull abhomination there nowe dooth flowe.
Pecke, Richard. / [1632] Tvvo sermons delivered at St. Peters in Exeter. By Rychard Pecke, Master of Arts, and minister of Gods word, at Columpton in Devon:
Pecquet, Jean, 1622-1674. / [1653] New anatomical experiments of John Pecquet of Deip.: By which the hitherto unknown receptacle of the chyle, and the transmission from thence to the subclavial veins by the now discovered lacteal chanels of the thorax, is plainly made appear in brutes. As also an anatomical dissertation of the motion of blood and chyle. Together with the further description of the same lacteal chanels newly discovered in the body of man as well as brutes. Being an anatomical historie, publickly propos'd by Thomas Bartoline, Dr. and Reg. Professor both in Physick and Anatomy, to Michael Lysere, answering.
Peedle, Thomas. / [Anno Domini 1650] The falacie of the great water-drinker discovered.: Fully representing what are the ingredients that provoke him to so wonderfull a vomit, and by what art one glass seemeth to be of one colour, and another of another; and what he doth when he taketh the rose-water and the angelica-water. / By Mr Thomas Peedle and Mr Thomas Cozbie, who brought him over into England from Tours in France: and after Wednesday next being the 26 of this present June, will be constantly readie every after-noon, if desired, in their own persons to make an experimental proof of what is here declared. Published for the satisfaction of many of the nobilitie and ladies of this nation, and many eminent gentlemen who have offered great sums of money to have the misterie discovered. As also to undeceive many thousands, who having seen the manner of it, have been amazed at the wonder but could not discover the secret. Licenced and entered into the register-book of the Company of Stationers, according to order.
Peele, George, 1556-1596. / [1589] An eglogue. gratulatorie. Entituled: To the right honorable, and renowmed shepheard of Albions Arcadia: Robert earle of Exxex and Ewe for his vvelcome into England from Portugall. Done by George Peele. Maister of arts in Oxon.
Peers, Richard, 1645-1690. / [1667] Four small copies of verses upon sundry occasions
Peerson, Martin, 1571?-1651. / [1630] Mottects or Graue chamber musique Containing songs of fiue parts of seuerall sorts, some ful, and some verse and chorus. But all fit for voyces and vials, with an organ part; which for want of organs, may be performed on virginals, base-lute, bandora, or Irish harpe. Also, a mourning song of sixe parts for the death of the late Right Honorable Sir Fulke Greuil ... Composed according to the rules of art, by M.P. Batcheler of Musique.
Peirce, Edmond, Sir. / [1642] The petition of the gentry, ministers, and commonalty of the county of Kent agreed upon at the Generall assizes last holden for that county : the copie of which petition being delivered to Judge Mallet (who was for that circuit) and afterwards to the Earle of Bristoll : which petition being concealed from the Parliament by the Earle of Bristoll and the said Iudge Mallet, was for the same, both committed to the Tower, March 28, 1642.
Peirce, Edmund, Sir, d. 1667. / [Printed in the year, 1659] Vox verè Anglorum: or Englands loud cry for their King. Written by a hearty well-willer to the Common-weale, and the flourishing of our nations.:
Peirce, Edmund, Sir, d. 1667. / [Printed. 1642] The petition of the gentry, ministers, and commonalty of the county of Kent.: Agreed upon at the generall assizes last holden for that county. The copie of which petition being delivered to Judge Mallet (who was for that circuit) and afterwards to the Earle of Bristoll. Which petition being concealed from the Parliament by the Earle of Bristoll and the said Iudge Mallet, was for the same, both committed to the Tower, March 28. 1642.
Peirce, Edmund, Sir, d. 1667. / [1660] The Jesuits grand design upon England,: clearly discovered in a letter lately written from a father of that society.
Peirce, Edmund, Sir, d. 1667. / [1660] The English Episcopacy and liturgy asserted by the great refomers abroad,: and the most glorious and royal martyr the late King his opinion and suffrage for them. Published by a private gentleman for the publique good.
Peirce, Edmund, Sir, d. 1667. / [1660] Englands monarchy asserted, and proved to be the freest state, and the best common-wealth throughout the world. With a word to the present authority, and His Excellency General Monck.
Peirce, Edmund, Sir, d. 1667. / [1660] Anglorum singultus: or, The sobbs of England, poured out.: To be presented to His Excellency Generall George Monke.
Peirce, Richard. / [1698] The reply of Richard Peirce farmer of the duties of package, scavage, balliage and portage; to a paper intituled, The case of Thomas Kilner relating to the duties of package, scavage, &c. lately industriuously dispersed.
Peire, Monsieur. / [1698] A copy of Monsieur Peire's certificate, sent by him to Captain Desborow; concerning Monsieur Ponti's five ships appearing off St. John's port in Newfoundland, translated into English from the original, which is ready to be produced.
Pelegromius, Simon, 1507?-1572. / [1629] A description of S'hertogenbosh: vvritten in the yeere 1540, by Simon Pelgrom of S'hertogenbosh, in his life time prior and prouinciall of the order of Guilhelmines. Together with the principall points and passages concerning the last siege. Also, a register from day to day, of that which hath happened, aswell without as within the towne, from the first beginning vntill the latter end of the said siege. Translated out of the Dutch tongue, and printed according to the originall.
Pell, Daniel. / [1659] Pelagos.: Nec inter vivos, nec inter mortuos, neither amongst the living, nor amongst the dead. Or, An improvement of the sea, upon the nine nautical verses in the 107. Psalm; wherein is handled I. The several, great, and many hazzards, that mariners do meet withall, in stormy and tempestuous seas. II. Their many, several, miraculous, and stupendious deliverances out of all their helpless, and shiftless distressess [sic]. III. A very full, and delightful description of all those many various, and multitudinous objects, which they behold in their travels (through the Lords Creation) both on sea, in sea, and on land. viz. all sorts and kinds of fish, foul, and beasts, whether wilde, or tame; all sorts of trees, and fruits; all sorts of people, cities, towns, and countries; with many profitable, and useful rules, and instructions for them that use the seas. / By Daniel Pell, preacher of the Word.
Pell, John, 1611-1685. / [1638?] Sir: The summe of what I have heretofore written or spoken to you, concerning the advancement of the mathematickes, is this: as long as men want will, wit, meanes or leisure to atte[nd] those studies, it is no marvaile if they make no great progresse in them. To remedy which, I conceive these meanes not to be amisse.
Pell, John, 1611-1685. / [1664] Easter not mis-timed a letter written out of the countrey to a friend in London concerning Easter-Day.
Pelletier, Pierre, fl. 1610. / [le 15. Octobre 1648] Le vray portraict du pere du peuple.: Et le grand support de la France. A agé de 75 ans.
Pelletier, Pierre, fl. 1610. / [1648?] La France a monsievr De Brovssel, conseiller dv Roy en sa Covr de Parlement de Paris.:
Pelletier, Thomas. / [1610] A lamentable discourse, vpon the paricide and bloudy assasination: committed on the person of Henry the fourth (of famous memorie) King of France and Navarre. Translated out of the French copy, printed at Rouen by Peter Courant, and the copie of Paris, printed by Francis Huey, with permission.
Pellham, Edward, fl. 1630. / [1631] Gods power and providence: shewed, in the miraculous preservation and deliverance of eight Englishmen, left by mischance in Green-land anno 1630. nine moneths and twelve dayes With a true relation of all their miseries, their shifts and hardship they were put to, their food, &c. such as neither heathen nor Christian men ever before endured. With a description of the chiefe places and rarities of that barren and cold countrey. Faithfully reported by Edvvard Pellham, one of eight men aforesaid. As also with a map of Green-land.
Pellham, William, Sir, 1567 or 8-1629. / [1625] Meditations vpon the gospell by Saint Iohn. By Sir William Pellham, knight
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1685] A sermon preached on the 30th of January, 1684, the day of martyrdom of King Charles I, of blessed memory by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. A sermon preached on the anniversary of that most execrable murder of K. Charles the first royal martyr by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1682] The true mark of the beast, or, The present degeneracy of the Church of Rome from the faith once delivered to the saints a sermon on November 5, 1681 / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1687] A third letter to A person of quality being a vindication of the former, in answer to a late pamphlet intituled A discourse of the use of images, &c.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1693] A sermon, preached Sept. 28, 1692, at a primary visitation held at Chichester by the Right Reverend Father in God Robert Lord Bishop of Chichester by Edw. Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1684] A sermon preacht on January 30th, 1683 in Westminster-Abby before the reverend and honourable, the Kings judges, and printed at their request by Edw. Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1685] A sermon preacht at St. George's Church at Windsor Septemb. 27. 1685. By Edward Pelling, chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Somerset. Printed by order.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1683] A sermon preached upon September the 9th, 1683 being a Thanksgiving Day for a late deliverance from a fanatick-conspiracy / by Edward Pelling ... ; printed in his own defence.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1679] A sermon preached on the thirtieth of January, 1678/9 being the anniversary of the martyrdom of King Charles the First of blessed memory, and published at the request of some friends / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1683] A sermon preached before the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, at St. Mary le Bow, on Nov. 5, 1683 being the commemoration-day of our deliverance from a popish conspiracy / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [MDCXCV 1695] A sermon preached before the king at St. James's. October 13. 1695 by Edward Pelling ... Published by His Majesty's special command.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1692] A sermon preached before the king and queen at White-Hall, December 13th. 1691 by Edward Pelling ... ; published by Her Majesties special command.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1690] A sermon preached before the King & Queen at Whitehall, Decemb. 8th, 1689 by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1685] A sermon preached at Westminster-Abbey on the 26th of July, 1685 being the thanksgiving-day for His Majesties victory over the rebels / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1679] A sermon preach'd to the artillery-company, at S. Mary le Bow, October 21 1679 and published at their earnest request / by Edw. Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1683] A sermon preached at St. Mary Le Bow, Novemb. 27, 1682 being the day of the Wiltshire-feast / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1692] A practical discourse upon the Blessed Sacrament shewing the duties of the communicant before, at, and after the Eucharist / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1692] A sermon preach'd at Whitehall before the Queen, March the sixteenth, 1691 by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1694] A practical discourse upon humility wherein is shewn the nature, reasonableness, and usefulness thereof : together with the ways of expressing and increasing it / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1693] A practical discourse upon prayer by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1693] A practical discourse upon charity in its several branches and of the reasonableness and useful nature of this great Christian virtue / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [MDCXCV 1695] A practical discourse concerning the redeeming of time: by Edward Pelling, D.D. chaplain in ordinary to Their Majesties, and rector of Petworth in Sussex.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1680] The good old way, or, A discourse offer'd to all true-hearted Protestants concerning the ancient way of the Church and the conformity of the Church of England thereunto, as to its government, manner of worship, rites, and customs / by Edward Pelling.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1694] A practical discourse concerning God's love to mankind written for the satisfaction of some scrupulous persons / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1687] The antiquity of the Protestant religion with an answer to Mr. Sclater's reasons, and the collections made by the author of the pamphlet entitled Nubes Testium : in a letter to a person of quality : the first part.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1688] A fourth letter to a person of quality, being an historical account of the doctrine of the Sacrament, from the primitive times to the Council of Trent shewing the novelty of transubstantiation.
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1685] A discourse of the sacrament of the Lords Supper wherein the faith of the Catholick Church concerning that mystery is explained, proved, and vindicated, after an intelligible, catachetical, and easie manner / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1696] A discourse concerning the existence of God by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1683] David and the Amalekite upon the death of Saul a sermon preached on Jan. 30, 1682, being the anniversary of the martyrdom of King Charles I of blessed memory / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. / [1679] Ancient and modern delusions, discoursed of in three sermons upon 2 Thes. 2.11 concerning some errors now prevailing in the Church of Rome / by Edward Pelling ...
Pelling, John, 1561 or 2-1621. / [1607] A sermon of the prouidence of God. Preached at Paules Crosse, the 25. of October. 1607. By Iohn Pelling Bacchalaur of Diuinitie.
Pellisson-Fontanier, Paul, 1624-1693. / [1662] A miscellany of divers problems containing ingenuous solutions of sundry questions, partly moral, partly of other subjects / translated out of French by Henry Some ...
Pellisson-Fontanier, Paul, 1624-1693. / [1657] The history of the French Academy, erected at Paris by the late famous Cardinal de Richelieu, and consisting of the most refined wits of that nation.: Wherein is set down its original and establishment, its statutes, daies, places, and manner of assemblies, &c. With the names of its members, a character of their persons, and a catalogue of their works. / Written in French, by Mr. Paul Pellison, counseller and secretary of the King of France.
Pemberton, William, d. 1622. / [1613] The godly merchant, or The great gaine. A sermon preached at Paules Crosse. Octob. 17. 1613. By William Pemberton, Bachelour of Diuinity, and Minister of Gods Word at high Onger in Essex.
Pemberton, William, d. 1622. / [1619] The charge of God and the King to iudges and magistrates, for execution of iustice. In a sermon preached before Sr Henry Hobart Knight and Baronet, Lord Chiefe Iustice of the Common Pleas: and Sr Robert Haughton Knight, one of the iudges of the Kings Bench, at the Assises at Hartford. By William Pemberton B.D. and minister at high-Ongar in Essex.
Pemble, William, 1592?-1623. / [An. Dom. 1632] A summe of morall philosophy succinctly gathered, elegantly composed, and methodically handled, by that learned scholler and worthy diuine William Pemble Mr of Arts and late commoner of Mag. Hall
Pemble, William, 1592?-1623. / [Anno Domini 1629] A short and svveete exposition vpon the first nine chapters of Zachary. By William Pemble.
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [Printed in the year. 1649] The speech, of Phillip Herbert, late Earl of Pembroke. At his admittance (as a member) into the honorable House of Commons, in Parliament assembled. Aprill 16th. 1649.: After he had been duely elected a burgess for Berkshire instead of Sir Francis Pile, lately deceased. / Taken verbatim by Michael Oldisworth.
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [Printed in the yeer, 1649] The speech of Phillip Herbert, late Earle of Pembrook and Montgomery,: in the House of Commons, upon passing an act for a day of thanks-giving, for Colonel Jone's victory over the Irish; as it was delivered word for word, and oath for oath. / Taken verbatim by Michael Oldsworth.
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [1680] The speech (without an oath) of Philip Herbert, late Earl of Pembrooke, at his admittance (as a Member) into the honorable House of Commons in Parliament assembled, April the 6th, 1649 After he had been duely elected a burgess for Bark-shire, instead of Sir Francis Pile, lately deceased. Taken verbatim by Michael Oldisworth. Printed in the year 1649.
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] My Lord of Pembrokes speech to His Maiesty, concerning the treaty:: vpon the commissioners arrivall at Newport, in the Isle of Wight, Saturday Sept. 16. An Dom. 1648. / Taken verbatim by Michael Oldsworth.
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650. / [1642] The Earle of Pembroke his declaration and resolution, to the high court of Parliament,: concerning his election by the Parliament to be generall for the westerne parts of the kingdome containing these counties following: viz. Wiltshire. Somersetshire. Hampshire. Dorsetshire. Devonshire. Cornwall. the Isle of Wight. Wherein is shewed his good affection to the King and Parliament, with his noble and undaunted resolution for preserving the peace of the kingdome. Also an ordinance of Parliament for setting out ten ships for a winter-guard for Ireland, with letters of surprisall for the taking of the rebels ships, or any others that shall offer to assist them.
Pembroke, Simon. / [1577] A most strange and rare example of the iust iudgement of God executed vpon a lewde and wicked coniurer the .xvij. day of Ianuarie. M.D.Lxxvij. In the parish church of S. Mary Oueris in Southwark, in the presence of diuers credible [and] honest persons.
Pembroke, Thomas Herbert, Earl of, 1656-1733. / [1700?] The case of Thomas Earl of Pembroke.
Pembroke, William Herbert, 3rd Earl of, 1580-1630. / [1654] Of the internal and eternal nature of man in Christ.:
Pemell, Robert. / [1650] Ptåochopharmakon, seu Medicamen miseris, or Pauperum pyxidicula salutifera. Help for the poor collected for the benefit of such as are not able to make use of physitians and chiurgians, or live remote from them. Also an appendix concerning letting blood in the smallpox. By Robert Pemel, physitian of Crane-brook in Kent.
Pemell, Robert. / [1653] Tractatus, de facultatibus simplicium,: the second part of the treatise of the nature and qualitie of such physical simples as are most frequently used in medicines. Methodically handled for the benefit of those that understand not the Latine tongue. To which is added many compound medicines for many diseases incident to manking; as also an alphabetical table at the latter end very necessary for the reader. By Robert Pemell practicioner of physick, at Cranebrooke in Kent.
Pemell, Robert. / [1652] Tractatus de simplicium medicamentorum facultatibus. = A treatise of the nature and qualities of such simples as are most frequently used in medicines,: both purging, and others. Methodically handled, for the benefit of those that understand not the Latine tongue. To which is added: many compound medicines for most diseases incident to mankinde: as also two alphabeticall tables, very necessary for the reader. Together with, the explanation of all hard words or termes of art, whereby the vulgar may the better understand it. / By Robert Pemel, practitioner in physick, at Cranebrooke in Kent. Licensed and enterd according to order.
Pemell, Robert. / [1653] De morbis puerorum, or, a treatise of the diseases of children;: with their causes, signs, prognosticks, and cures, for the benefit of such as do not understand the Latine tongue, and very useful for all such as are house-keepers, and have children. With the contents of the several chapters, as also an alphabetical table of all the diseases mentioned herein. By Robert Pemell practitioner in physick, at Cranebrooke in Kent. May the 29. 1653.
Peña, Juan Antonio de la, fl. 1623-1638. / [1623] A relation of the royall festiuities and juego de cañas (a turnament of darting with reedes after the manner of Spaine) made by the King of Spaine at Madrid, the 21 of August this present yeere, 1623. To honour the espousall treaties of the illustrious Prince of Wales, with the lady Infanta Maria of Austria. Before the departure of the Prince from his court: towards the sea-side, to take shipping for his returne into England. Composed by Doctor Iuan Antonio de la Peña, natife of Madrid, and faithfully translated out of the Spanish printed copie.
Pendarves, John, 1622-1656. / [1657] The fear of God:: vvhat it is, and exhorted to as one of the great lessons God calls upon men to learn by his great dispensations in the last days. In a sermon preached unto the Church of Christ meeting in Petty France London, the tenth day of the sixth month. Anno 1656. By the faithful servant of Christ John Pendarves a little before his death.
Pendarves, John, 1622-1656. / [1656] Arrowes against Babylon, or, Certaine quæries serving to a cleere discovery of the mystery of iniquity whereunto are added endeavours for reformation in saints apparrell : with some quæries for the people called Quakers / by John Pendarves.
Pendlebury, Henry, 1626-1695. / [1687] A plain representation of transubstantiation, as it is received in the Church of Rome with the sandy foundations it is built upon, and the arguments that do clearly evert and overturn it / by a countrey divine.
Pendlebury, Henry, 1626-1695. / [1696] Invisible realities, the real Christian's greatest concernment in several sermons on 2 Cor. 4. 18 / by Henry Pendlebury ...
Pendlebury, Henry, 1626-1695. / [1696] The books opened. Being several discourses on Rev. 20. 14. By Henry Pendlebury, A.M. late minister of the Gospel at Rochdale in Lancashire; author of the Plain representation of transubstantiation.
Pendryck, William, 1583-1650. / [Anno Domini. M.DC.XXIII. 1623] The application of the lavves of England for Catholike priesthood and the Sacrifice of the Masse. Directed to the lords of his Maiesties most honourable priuie counsell, iudges, iustices, and other studients of the law.
Penfould, Henry, b. 1643 or 4. / [Printed in the year, 1670] A short vvarning to all persecutors of the innocent but more particularly to the bailiffs and officers of Kingston upon Thames, and the justices and officers of the towns near thereunto. Being an alarm from the Lord God, to warn them, that they repent, and turn from the evil of their doings. By Henry Penfould.
Penington, Edward, 1667-1701. / [1696] Some brief observations upon George Keith's earnest expostulation contained in a postscript to a late book of his, entituled, The antichrists and sadducees detected, &c. Offered to the perusal of such as the said expostulation was recommended to. By E. P.
Penington, Edward, 1667-1701. / [1695] The discoverer discovered; or, The lot cast, T.C. taken, and the Babylonish garment found hid under his stuff. Being a reply to a late pamphlet, entituled, A discovery of the accursed thing, &c. subscribed T.C. With some remarks upon two papers of John Penny man's. By E.P.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1660] Where is the wise? Where is the Scribe? Where is the disputer of this world? Hath not God made foolish the wisdome of this world? Cor. I, 20.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1659] To the Parliament, the Army, and all the wel-affected in the nation, who have been faithful to the good old cause.:
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1661] Somewhat spoken to a weighty question concerning the magistrates protection of the innocent wherein is held forth the blessing and peace which nations ought to wait for and embrace in the later dayes ; with some considerations for the serious and wise in heart throughout this nation to ponder ... also a brief account of what the people called Quakers desire in reference to the civil government ... / by Isaac Penington the younger.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1681] Somewhat relating to church-government, wherein the necessity, usefulness, and blessed effects of the true church-government, is here and there hinted at; and this clearly manifested ... as also remarks upon some passages in a late book, entituled, Anti-christ's transformations within, discovered by the light within ... to which is added, some mis-representations of me concerning church-government, cleared ... / Written in obedience to Him that is true ... by Isaac Penington.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1662] Some questions and answers shewing man his duty, and pointing him to the principle of God in his heart ... : As also, some questions and answers concerning the seed of Jacob, and the true church. / By Isaac Pennington.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1660] Some few queries and considerations proposed to the Cavaliers, being of weighty importance to them.:
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1661] Some directions to the panting-soul which hath been long travelling in the letter, but hath not yet been acquainted with the power...
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1665] The scattered sheep sought after 1. In a lamentation over the general losse of the powerful presence of God in his people, since the dayes of the apostles, with a particular bewailing of the withering and death of those precious buddings forth of life, which appeared in many at the beginning of the late troubles in these nations, with the proper way of recovery for such, 2. In some propositions concerning the only way of salvation, where is an answer given to that great objection, that the light which convinceth of sin, is the light of a natural conscience, and a brief account rendred of the ground of mens misunderstanding Scriptures, 3. In exposing to view the fundamental principle of the Gospel, upon which the redeemed spirit is built, 4. And in some questions and answers, by way of catechism, for the sake of the simple hearted, directing to that principle, and fixing in it / by Isaac Penington.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1667] A question to the professors of Christianity, whether they have the true, living, powerful saving knowledge of Christ or no? with some queries concerning Christ, and his appearances, his taking upon him our flesh : as also concerning his flesh and blood, and our being formed thereof, and feeding thereon, and an incitation to professors seriously to consider, whether they or we fail, in the true acknowledgment and owning of the Christ which died at Jerusalem : likewise some propositions and considerations concerning the nature of church-worships and ordinances, since the death of the apostles, for the sake of simplicity, which hath been long held captive therein : with the sounding of bowels towards thee, O England : also a faithful guidance to the principle and path of truth, with some sensible experimental questions and answers from the tenth chapter of John / by Isaac Penington ...
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1674] Naked truth, or, Truth nakedly manifesting itself in several particulars for the removing of hinderances out of the way of the simple-hearted, that they may come to true knowledge, life, liberty, peace and joy in the Lord, through the vertue and power of his precious truth, revealed and working in them : given forth by way of question and answer : whereunto are added, some experiences, with some Scriptures very sweet, and necessary to be experienced in the Gospel-state : as also, a few words concerning the true Christ, and a few words in the bowels of tender love and good will to my native country / by a long mourner and traveller after, but as length an happy experiencer of the truth, as it is in Jesus, Isaac Pennington.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1653] The life of a Christian which is a lamp kindled and lighted from the love of Christ, and most naturally discovereth its original, by the purity, integrity and fervency of its motion, in love to its fellow-partners in the same life. Briefly displayed in this its peculiar and distinguishing strain of operation. As also some few catechistical questions concerning the way of salvation by Christ. Together with a post-script about religion. / By Isaac Penington, (junior) esq;.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1672] The holy truth & people defended, and some of the weapons and strength of the power of darkness broken and scattered, by the light and power of truth in an answer to the chief passages in a letter, written to me, and replyed to by me, before my imprisonment in this place, where I have been a prisoner above a year and a half, without any law broken, or cause given on my part, who only came innocently and peaceably to visit my friends in prison / by me Isaac Pennington ...
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1660] An examination of the grounds or causes, which are said to induce the court of Boston in New-England to make that order or law of banishment upon pain of death against the Quakers;: as also of the grounds and considerations by them produced to manifest the warrantableness and justness both of their making and executing the same, which they now stand deeply engaged to defend, having already thereupon put two of them to death. As also of some further grounds for justifying of the same, in an appendix to John Norton's book ... whereto he is said to be appointed by the General Court. And likewise of the arguments briefly hinted in that which is called, A true relation of the proceedings against the Quakers, &c. Whereunto somewhat is added about the authority and government which Christ excluded out of his Church ... By Isaac Penington, the younger.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [MDCL. 1650] An eccho from the great deep:: containing further inward openings, concerning divers other things, upon some whereof the principles and practises of the mad folks do much depend. As also the life, hope, safety and happiness of the seed of God, is pointed at; which through many dark, dismall, untrodden paths and passages (as particularly through an unthought of death and captivity) they shall at length be led unto. / Through Isaac Pennington (junior) Esq;.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1660] The consideration of a position concerning the Book of common-prayer as also of some particulars held forth for truths by one Edmund Elis, stiled a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ : with a warning of tender bowels to the rulers, teachers and people of this nation concerning their church and ministry : likewise a few words concerning the kingdom, laws and government of Christ in the heart and conscience, its inoffensiveness to all just laws and governments of the kingdoms of men / by Isaac Penington the younger.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1653] A considerable question about government, (of very great importance in reference to the state of the present times) briefly discussed.: With a necessary advice to the governours and governed. / By Isaac Penington, (junior) Esq;.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [printed in the year, 1666] Concerning the church: or, of the church-state under the Gospel. Whereby it may appear what a miserable apostacy from the truth hath overspread and covered the earth for many ages and generations, and how gross and thick the darkness yet lies upon it, though the light of God in his tender mercy hath broke forth and shined upon the people of his gathering, and through them hath also visited the world. The guidance of this in my heart, was particularly and chiefly towards the Papists, but I afterwards had a true sence, that it also extended to the state of such Protestants, as had not waited on the Lord, ... Written in Alisbury prison about the middle of the 6th month, 1666. By Issac Penington. Whereunto is annexed, Some observations upon the eternal judgment, as it is expressed by Christ, Mat.25.31 to the end of the chapter.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. / [1660?] A brief account of some reasons (amongst many that might be given) why those people called Quakers cannot do some things ...
Penington, Isaac, Sir, 1587?-1660. / [Anno Dom. 1650] A vvord for the common vveale tending towards the begetting and continuing, a right vnderstanding and good opinion betweene the Parliament and the people.: And towards the laying a firme foundation of constant peace and good will towards each other. / By Isaac Penington, Esquire.
Penington, John, 1655-1710. / [1695] Certain certificates received from America, on behalf of Samvel Jennings, tending to clear him from scandals cast on him by George Keith, and others of his opposers made publick by John Pennington.
Penington, John, 1655-1710. / [1695] An apostate exposed, or, George Keith contradicting himself and his brother Bradford wherein their testimony to the Christian faith of the people called Quakers, is opposed to G.K.'s late pamphlet, stiled, Gross error and hypocrisie detected / by John Pennington.
Penkethman, John. / [1624] A plaine and perfect tvvo-fold table readily shewing the interest of monyes, after the rate of 10 or 8 l. for thevse [sic] of 100 l. for a yeere most necessary aswell [sic] for the borrower as the lender.
Penkethman, John. / [1640] A perfect table declaring the assise or weight of bread, by Troy and Avoirdupois weights. Extracted and taken out of the new booke entituled Artachthos, by the composer thereof. Not only for the service of the citie of London, but for the whole realme; to the end that everie one, as well poore as rich, may trie the weight of the bakers bread, by the sort of weight, and finding it too light, complaine to the magistrate, or present them at the sessions of the peace, coort-leet, or elsewhere.
Penkethman, John. / [1638] Artachthos or A new booke declaring the assise or weight of bread not onely by troy weight, according to the law, but by avoirdupois weight the common weight of England at what price soever, not exceeding five pound the quarter of wheate, shall be sold in the market and conteining divers orders and articles made and set forth by the right honourable the Lords and others of his Majesties most honourable privie Councell, for the making and assising of all sorts of bread lawfull and vendible, within this realme ... whereunto is prefixed a briefe and plaine introduction to the art of numeration ... And lastly hereunto is added. A true relation or collection of the most remarkeable dearths and famines which have happened in England since the comming in of William the Conquerour, as also the rising and falling of the price of wheate and other graine, with the severall occasions thereof.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1677] To the churches of Jesus throughout the world.: Gathered and setled in His eternal light, power, and lpirit [sic], to be one holy flock, family, and houshould to the Lord, who hath redeemed them from among all the kindreds of the earth.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1678] To the children of light in this generation, called of God to be partakers of eternal life in Jesus Christ, the lamb of God & light of the world
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1688] Three letters tending to demonstrate how the security against al future persecution for religion lys in the abolishment of the present penal laws and tests, and in the establishment of a new law for universal liberty of conscience
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1692] The third part of the new Athenians no noble Bereans: being an answer to the Athenian Mercury of the 14th. 4th. month, called June, in behalf of the people called Quakers.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1681] Some account of the Province of Pennsilvania in America lately granted under the great seal of England to William Penn &c. : together with priviledges and powers necessary to the well-governing thereof : made publick for the information of such as are, or may be disposed to transport themselves, or servants into those parts.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1692] The second part of the Athenians no noble Bereans: being an answer to the Athenian Mercury of the 11th of the fourth month, called June, in behalf of the people called Quakers.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1695] A reply to a pretended answer by a nameless author to W.P.'s key in which the principles of the people of God called Quakers are further explain'd and confirm'd / by William Penn.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1673] The proposed comprehension soberly, and not unseasonably, considered.:
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1692] The new Athenians no noble Bereans: being an answer to the Athenian Mercury of the 7th instant, in behalf of the people called Quakers.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1696] More work for George Keith being Geroge Keith's vindication of the people called Quakers as well in his part of the dispute held at Wheelers-Street the 16th day of the 8th month, 1674. As in his treatise against Thomas Hicks, and other Baptists, with the rest of their confederate brethren at the Barbican dispute, held at London the 28th of the 6th month, 1674.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1674] Libels no proofs.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [Printed in the year 1687] A letter from a gentleman in the country, to his friends in London, upon the subject of the penal laws and tests.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1683] A letter from William Penn, proprietary and governour of Pennsylvania in America, to the Committee of the Free Society of Traders of that province, residing in London containing a general description of the said province, its soil, air, water, seasons, and produce ... of the natives or aborigines, their language, customs, and manners ... of the first planters, the Dutch &c. ... as also an account of the city of Philadelphia ... with a portraiture or plat-form thereof ...
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1687] A letter form [sic] a gentleman in the country to his friends in London upon the subject at penal laws and texts
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1674] Jeremy Ives sober request proved in the matter of it to be false, impertinent and impudent: [by] W.P.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1686] Information and direction to such persons as are inclined to America, more especially those related to the province of Pennsylvania.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1699?] Frindly [sic] and faithful admonitions: being some quickning [sic] motives to raise sinking sinners, from the sleep of siin [sic] that every man may be made perfect in Jesus Christ / being a farewel [sic] sermon preached by Mr. William Pen [sic] to his congregation on Sunday being the 6th of August at the Quakers Meetinghouse in VVestminster.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1682] The frame of the government of the province of Pennsylvania in America
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1699] A farewell sermon preached by Mr. William Penn, on Sunday last, being the 13th instant, at the Quakers meeting-house at Westminster.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1687] The excellent priviledge of liberty & property being the birth-right of the free-born subjects of England. Containing I. Magna carta, with a learned comment upon it. II. The confirmation of the Charters of the liberties of England and of the forrest, made in the 35th year of Edward the First III. A statute made the 34 Edw. I. commonly called De tallageo non concedendo; wherein all fundamental laws, liberties and customs are confirmed. With a comment upon it. IV. An abstract of the pattent granted by the King to VVilliam Penn and his heirs and assigns for the province of Pennsilvania. V. And lastly, the Charter of liberties granted by the said VVilliam Penn to the free-men and inhabitants of the province of Pennsilvania and territories thereunto annexed, in America.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [Printed in the year, 1676] The continued cry of the oppressed for justice, in two parts The first being an account of some late cruel proceedings against divers of the people called Quakers: which was printed, and intended to be given to the King and both Houses of Parliament before the last prorogation in the year 1675. The second part being an additional account of the present and late cruelty, oppression and spoil inflicted upon the persons and estates of many of the said people.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [MDCLXXXII. 1682] A brief account of the province of Pennsilvania lately granted by the King, under the great seal of England, to William Penn, and his heirs and assigns.
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1681] A brief account of the province of Pennsilvania in America lately granted under the great seal of England to William Penn, &c.
Pennecuik, Alexander, 1652-1722. / [in the year 1700] The tragedy of Gray-Beard or The brandybotle of Kinkegolaw: With an answer to Mr. Guild's vindication of the brandy-bottle of Kinkegolaw, which is not here mentioned. Being the tragedy of the Duke de Alva, alias Gray-beard, or The complaint of the brandy bottle, lost by a poor carriour by falling from the handle, and found by a company of the Presbitery of Peebles near to Kinkegolaw, as they returned from Glasgow, immediately after they had taken the Test.
Pennecuik, Alexander, 1652-1722. / [1699] Caledonia triumphans:: a panegyrick to the King.
Pennecuik, Alexander, 1652-1722. / [1689?] To His Highness the Prince of Orange, the humble address and supplication of the parishioners and inhabitants of the famous town of Linton Submetrapolitan of Tiviotdale.
Pennecuik, Alexander, 1652-1722. [Li]ntoun address revived, to His Highness the then Prince of Orange now monarch of Great Britain, &c.
Pennsylvania. / [1693] Anno regni Gulielmi & Mariae regis & reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae quinto. An act for granting to King William and Queen Mary the rate of one penny per pound upon the clear value of all the real and personal estates and six shillings per head upon such as are not otherwise rated by this act. To be imployed by the Governour of the province of Pennsilvania and territories thereof, for the time being, towards the support of this government.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1680] A bright shining light discovering the pretenders to it : recommended to the people called Quakers / published for throwing down at idols, and all idolatrous worship, in and amongst that people, or in any other whatsoever, by Phil. Ang.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1690] The way to peace and happiness proposed in some instructions, given formerly by a parent to his children. Which being of concern to all, (tho of riper years) are recommended to the perusal of all sorts of people, without respect of persons or parties, age or sex.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [Printed 1684] The way to peace and happiness proposed in some instructions given formerly by a parent to his children : which being of concern to all, (thô of riper years) are again reprinted, and recommended to the perusal of all sorts of people, without respect of persons or parties, age or sex.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [Printed the 28th instant i.e. August, 1671] This following being a copy of a letter I carried to Devonshire-house the 21th instant (there being a meeting of the people called Quakers) I gave it to John Bolton : it being directed to him to be there read ...
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1688] Some useful sayings, in verse and prose collected by a lover of vertue and goodness in whomsoever.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1696] Some of the Quakers contradictory testimonies about oaths and swearing; whereby it does appear their pretensions of being infallible, and that their books and papers are given forth by the immediate eternal spirit of God*, is but a vain boast, and a very great and strong delusion. ...
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1696] Some of the Quakers contradictions which they writ , &c. as suted the times and their own interests; by which 'twill appear, that the highest pretenders, are the greatest deceivers.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1680] Some of the letters which were writ to George Fox, and others of the Quakers teachers are here presented to the rest of their fraternity ... / J.P.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1697] Some needful instructions for youth. Formerly given by a parent to his children. And hoping they may be serviceable to others, they are now reprinted, and to be given away, / by J.P.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1691] The Quakers unmasked their double-dealing and false-heartedness discovered by collections taken out of their own writings, which were communicated to G. Fox, G. Whitehead, and others of their preachers and leaders : wherein may be seen some of their contradictions thereupon by another hand : also, one of the forms of their oaths, used amongst themselves, with their definition of an oath : likewise a letter and paper formerly sent to the abovesaid G.F. : whereunto are annexed some remarks, &c. : also what an oath is : in a letter to E.S. ...
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1676?] The Quakers rejected which was also foretold by a person once eminent among them, taken out of his writings which were published some years ago.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1680/81] The Quaker's challenge answered by a stripling of the Lamb's army.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1687] Multum in parvo: or, Some useful sayings, in verse and prose: collected by a lover of virtue and goodness in whomsoever.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1674] John Pennyman's instructions to his children which also may be of service unto others, and therefore they are thus published : reade in fear, that you may receive a blessing.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1700] A collection of some passages (touching those called Quakers) which were writ by several that were, or still are, amongst that people whereby the reader may plainly see and perceive what spirit it is that acts their preachers and leaders; and how they have been foretold and faithfully warned of the day of perplexity, reproach, and ignominy, that is come and coming upon them. The second edition. To which is added, a preface, postscript and appendix, &c. by J.P.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [1671] The ark is begun to be opened, (the waters being somewhat abated) which with some papers and passages given forth by the Lord's servants I am thus to publish ... / John Pennyman.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [the 19th day of the month call'd February, 1680/1 i.e. 1681] An abstract of the book entituled The Quakers challenge at two several weapons, to the Baptists, Presbyters, Papists, and other professors the original of which being brought me since my answer to it (which some years I had not seen) I was willing to have this reprinted, partly for the sake of such who have not seen the same, and in abhorrence and detestation of that proud, exalted, antichristian spirit that writ it ... / published on the behalf of Jesus Christ ... J.P.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. / [printed in the month called July, 1698] An abstract of a large printed paper, from Pensilvania, intituled, A brief admonition to the elders and ministers of the people called Quakers.
Pennyman, Joseph. / [printed in the year MDCLXXXIX. and are to be sold at several booksellers. Price two pence] A looking-glass for the Quakers: in two columns wherein they may in part see themselves, and may be seen by others. Vide, audi, judica. The first column is, what they formerly published against the Papists; and the other column is, what they published on their behalf, when uppermost. Phil. Anglus. Licensed, May 14. 1689.
Pennyman, Mary, 1630-1701. / [1676] Something formerly writ, foreseen and foretold, of what should come to pass, much of it now being fulfilled and fulfilling, is thus collected and presented to the view and consideration of the people called Quakers
Penot, Bernard Georges, d. 1617? / [1692] Penotus palimeis, or, The alchymists enchiridion in two parts : the first containing excellent experienced chymical receipts and balsoms for healing and curing most diseases incident to the body of man &c. : the second part containing the Practica mirabilis for the accomplishing and obtaining ... the white and red elixir ... : together with a small treatise ... written by that very ancient philosopher Arislaus, concerning the philosophers stone : to which second part is prefix'd an apologetic introduction, written in answer to a scurrilous libel ... by D. Nicholaus Guibertus ... / the whole written in Latin by Bernardus Penotus a Portu Sanctae Mariae Aquitani ; and now faithfully englished and claused by B.P. Philalethes.
Penruddock, John, 1619-1655. / [An. Dom. 1655] The true speeches of Collonel John Penruddock, and Hugh Grove: delivered on the scaffold at Exeter Castle, May the 17th, 1655.
Penruddock, John, 1619-1655. / [1655] The triall of the honourable Colonel Iohn Penruddock of Compton in Wiltshire, and his speech:: vvhich he delivered the day before he was beheaded in the castle of Exon, being the 16. day of May 1655. to a gent. whom he desired to publish them after his death. Together with his prayer upon the scaffold, and the last letter he received from his vertuous lady, with his answer to the same. Also the speech of that piously resolved gent. Hugh Grove of Chisenbury in the parish of Enford, and County of Wilts, Esq; beheaded there the same day.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1587] A treatise containing the aequity of an humble supplication which is to be exhibited vnto hir gracious Maiesty and this high Court of Parliament in the behalfe of the countrey of Wales, that some order may be taken for the preaching of the Gospell among those people. Wherein also is set downe as much of the estate of our people as without offence could be made known, to the end that our case (if it please God) my be pitied by them who are not of this assembly, and so they also may bee driuen to labour on our behalfe.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1589] A viewe of some part of such publike wants & disorders as are in the seruice of God, within her Maiesties countrie of VVales togither vvith an humble petition, vnto this high Court of Parliament for their speedy redresse. Wherein is shevved, not only the necessitie of reforming the state of religion among that people, but also the onely way, in regarde of substaunce, to bring that reformation to passe.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1590] A treatise vvherein is manifestlie proued, that reformation and those that sincerely fauor the same, are vnjustly charged to be enemies, vnto hir Maiestie, and the state. Written both for the clearing of those that stande in that cause: and the stopping of the sclaunderous mouthes of all the enemies thereof.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1593] To my beloved wife Helener Penry partaker with me in this life of the suffrings of the gospel in the kingdome and pacience of Iesus Christ, and resting with me in vndowbted hope of the glory that shal-be revealed : all strenght and comfort, with all other spirituall graces be multiplyed through Christ Iesus our Lord.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1593?] I Iohn Penry, doo heare as I shall answere before the Lord my God in that great day of iudgement set downe sumarily the whole truth and nothing but the truth which I hold and professe at this hower eyther in regard of my faith towards my God and dread soueraigne Queene Elizabeth unto whome only of all the potentas in the world I owe all reuerente, dutie and submission in the Lord.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [Anno 1590] An humble motion vvith submission vnto the right Honorable LL. of Hir Maiesties Priuie Counsell. VVherein is laid open to be considered, how necessarie it were for the good of this lande, and the Queenes Majesties safety, that ecclesiasticall discipline were reformed after the worde of God: and how easily there might be provision for a learned ministery.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [Imprinted in the yeare, 1609] The historie of Corah, Dathan, and Abiram, & c. Numb. 16. Chap. Applied to the prelacy ministerie and church-assemblies of England. By Mr Iohn Penry, a martyr of Iesus Christ.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1588.] An exhortation vnto the gouernours, and people of Hir Maiesties countrie of Wales, to labour earnestly, to haue the preaching of the Gospell planted among them. There is in the ende something that was not in the former impression..
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1588] A defence of that which hath bin written in the questions of the ignorant ministerie, and the communicating with them. By Iohn Penri.
Penry, John, 1559-1593. / [1590] A briefe discouery of the vntruthes and slanders (against the true gouernement of the Church of Christ) contained in a sermon, preached the 8. [sic] of Februarie 1588. by D. Bancroft and since that time, set forth in print, with additions by the said authour. This short ansvver may serue for the clearing of the truth, vntill a larger confutation of the sermon be published.
Penton, Stephen, 1639-1706. / [1694] New instructions to the guardian shewing that the last remedy to prevent the ruin, advance the interest, and recover the honour of this nation is I. a more serious and strict education of the nobility and gentry, II. to breed up all their younger sons to some calling and employment, III. more of them to holy orders, with a method of institution from three years of age to twenty one.
Penton, Stephen, 1639-1706. / [1697] The guardian's instruction, or, The gentleman's romance. Written for the diversion and service of the gentry; particularly those educated in Cambridge and Oxford.
Penton, Stephen, 1639-1706. / [1682] A discourse concerning the worship of God towards the holy table or altar
Penuen, Sands. / [1611] Ambitions scourge. Described in the morall fiction of Ixyon. By Sands Penuen.
Pepys, Samuel, 1633-1703. / [1698] Mr. Pepys to the President and Governours of Christ-Hospital upon the present state of the said hospital.: To the Honour'd Sir John Moor, Kt. and President, and the rest of my honour'd friends, the governours of Christ-Hospital. : York-Buildings, Monday, Novem. 21. 1698.
Pepys, Samuel, 1633-1703. / [1698] Mr. Pepys to the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen upon the present state of Christ-Hospital.: To the Right Honourable Sir Humphry Edwin, Lord Mayor. : York-Buildings, July 11, 1698.
Perceval, Richard, 1550-1620. / [1599] A Spanish grammar, first collected and published by Richard Perciuale Gent. Now augmented and increased with the declining of all the irregular and hard verbes in that toong, with diuers other especiall rules and necessarie notes for all such as shall be desirous to attaine the perfection of the Spanish tongue. Done by Iohn Minsheu professor of languages in London. Hereunto for the yoong beginners learning and ease, are annexed speeches, phrases, and prouerbes, expounded out of diuers authors, setting downe the line and the leafe where in the same bookes they shall finde them, whereby they may not onely vnderstand them, but by them vnderstand others, and the rest as they shall meete with them.
Perceval, Richard, 1550-1620. / [1599] A dictionarie in Spanish and English, first published into the English tongue by Ric. Perciuale Gent. Now enlarged and amplified with many thousand words, as by this marke * to each of them prefixed may appeere; together with the accenting of euery worde throughout the whole dictionarie, for the true pronunciation of the language, as also for the diuers signification of one and the selfsame word: and for the learners ease and furtherance, the declining of all hard and irregular verbs; and for the same cause the former order of the alphabet is altered, diuers hard and vncouth phrases and speeches out of sundry of the best authors explained, with diuers necessarie notes and especiall directions for all such as shall be desirous to attaine the perfection of the Spanish tongue. All done by Iohn Minsheu professor of languages in London. Hereunto ... is annexed an ample English dictionarie ... by the same Iohn Minsheu. ...
Percey, William, Gent. / [1658] The compleat swimmer, or, The art of swimming demonstrating the rules and practice thereof in an exact, plain and easie method : necessary to be known and practised by all who studie or desire their own preservation / by William Percey, Gent.
Percival, Thomas, fl. 1696-1697. A new year's gift for Sir Bartholomew Shower
Percy, Henry, Baron Percy of Alnwick, d. 1659. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] Master Henry Piercies letter to the Earle of Northumberland, and presented to the Parliament, June, 16. 1641.: 1. Concerning the bishops functions and votes. 2. The not-disbanding of the Irish army untill the Scots were disbanded too. 3. The endeavouring to settle his Majesties revenue to that proportion was formerly. With a true discovery of the late intended plot.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1681?] To the right honourable Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled, the humble petition of James Percy
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1685] To the Kings most excellent Majesty, and to the right honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament the pedigree of James Percy, who hath by infancy, potency, priviledges, and foul practises been kept out of his birth-right, title and inheritance above fifteen years, now as God hath wonderfully preserved, restored and confirmed our King upon the royal throne of his ancestors (in peace) therefore a loyal subject in right of succession, humbly prays for a fair hearing, and for speedy justice.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1682?] To the Kings most excellent Majesty, and to the Right Honourable the Lords and others of His Majesties most honourable Privy-Councel
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1690] To the King's most excellent Majesty. The humble petition of James Percy, cousin, and next heir-male of Josceline Percy late and eleventh Earl of Northumberland, deceased.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1680?] To the King's most excellent Majesty, the Right Honorable Lords, spiritual and temporal; and to the noble and worthy Commons of England, assembled in Parliament. This out-side sheet was really prepared to add to this book, to undeceive King, Parliament, and people; ...
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [Octob. 21. 1687] To the High and Noble Prince, Henry, duke of Norfolk, earl marshal of England, in Court of Chivalry. The humble petition of James Percy, cozen and next heir male to Josceline Percy, late-earl of Northumberland, deceas'd, and claimant to the title, honour and dignity of earl of Northumberland ...
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1677] To our royal King's sacred Majesty, the Right Honourable House of Lords spiritual and temporal, and to the Honourable the Commons of England assembled in Parliament, the humble complaint of James Percy claimant as cousin and next heir male to Joscelin Percy late Earl of Northumberland, deceased ...
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1679] To His Grace, the high-born Prince, James, Duke of York.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1680] This book makes appear the claim, pedigree and proceedings of James Percy now claimant to the Earldom of Northumberland humbly presented to both Houses of Parliament.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1674] A short account of the proceedings of James Percy late of Ireland, inpursuance of his native right to the earldome of Northumberland as cousin and next heir male to Jocelin Percy late and last Earl deceased, who at his coming into England, was informed, that the countess was with child, which prevented him from entring his claim until the third of Feb 1671. And then understanding the contrary, entred in at Whitehall at the signet office, and hath used all honourable and justifyable endeavours to accomplish his just dues for three years and upwards, as followeth.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1681?] Right honourable, I am your cousin, (though a prisoner) descended from the body of Henry Percy 5th. Earl of Northumberland.
Percy, James, 1619-1690? / [1686] The further proceedings of Mr. James Percy since the seventh of October, 1686.
Péréfixe de Beaumont, Hardouin de, b. 1605. / [1688] A collection of some brave actions and memorable sayings of King Henry the Great. Writ in French by the Bishop of Rodez, as a supplement to the history of that King, formerly publish'd by the same author. Done into English. Licensed, June 6. 1688.
Peretto, Francesco. / [M.D.C.XVI 1616] Gli occhi, oda all illustrissima & eccellentissima signora contessa Lucia Bedforde : con altri vari componimenti heroici regij / Di Francesco Peretto gentilhomo dottore Italiano.
Pérez de Montalván, Juan, 1602-1638. / [1656] The imperious brother·: Dedicated to the Countess of Strafford.
Pérez de Montalván, Juan, 1602-1638. / [1656] The illustrious shepherdess.: Dedicated to the Marchioness of Dorchester.
Pérez de Montalván, Juan, 1602-1638. / [1650] Aurora Ismenia and the prince: by Don Juan Perez de Montalvan. Oronta the Cyprian virgin: By Signr. Girolamo Preti. Translated by Thomas Stanley Esq;:
Perfect honourer of their worth. / [1669] An address to the hopeful young gentry of England in some strictures on the most dangerous vices incident to their age and quality / by a perfect honourer of their worth.
Periwig, Nicholas. / [1642] A witty ansvver, and vindication to a foolish pamphlet, intituled New orders nevv, agreed upon by a parliament of Round-heads. Or, Old orders old, newly vampt by a Parliament of rattle-heads.: Confirmed by the brethren of the malignant party now assembled at Rattle heads Court, a way-bit from Yorke. With the ignorant rashnes of Mr Short-breath, a damnfied companion, Mr Speaker of the House. Avowed by Nicholas Periwig, alias no eares, Cler. Parl. Ratle.
Perkin, Richard, 17th cent. / [1681] The substance of the information of Richard Perkin of Shutborrow, in the county of Stafford taken upon oath at Stafford Assizes 1679 by Sir Robert Atkyns knight, then one of the judges for that circuit.
Perkins, Benjamin. / [1700?] A sermon of Mr. Benjamin Perkins, at the funeral of Mrs. Martha Robient, who deceased September the 15th, at Colchester, 1700: enlarged into a discourse on the excellent life and glorious death of a Christian, from 2 Tim. 4. 7,8 : with an enquiry into the reasons of the grand prohibition on the servants of God to continue here in his service, signify'd to them by death, from Heb. 7. 23 / by T. Beverley.
Perkins, John, d. 1545. / [1559?] A profitable booke of Maister John Perkins felowe of the inner temple treating the lawes of Englande.
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. / [1692] The redemption of mankind, by the passion of our Lord. A sermon, preached on Palm-Sunday, at Kintbury, in the county of Berks. By Jos. Perkins, late vicar of Hill, in Gloucester-Shire.
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. / [1699] The white minister's declaration, or, The meaning of the white scarf and girdle explained:
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. / [1697] Mr. Perkins's letter to Mr. Cornwell. And other ministers at Tunbridge-Wells, who denied him the use of the pulpit there. And have not answered the letter, as desired.
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. / [1697?] Epistola poetæ Latini amatoria.
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. / [1697] Invictissimo heroi Gulielmo Tertio D.G. Mag. Brit. Fran. & Hiber. Regi carmen triumphale de pace ...:
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658. / [MDCXCIX. 1699] Christianity restored to its primitive purity, or the mercenary church reform'd being an abstract of a sermon, preached at Oak-wood Chappel in Surry, and at the Abbey Church in Bath June the 27th. 1699. Shewing that all true pastors must preach freely. By Jos. Perkins.
Perkins, William, 1558-1602. / [1591] A golden chaine, or the description of theologie containing the order of the causes of saluation and damnation, according to Gods woord. A view of the order wherof, is to be seene in the table annexed. Written in Latine by William Perkins, and translated by an other. Hereunto is adioyned the order which M. Theodore Beza vsed in comforting troubled consciences.
Perkins, William, 1558-1602. / [1601. And are to be sold at the signe of the Crowne in Pauls churchybard by Simon Waterson] A treatise of Gods free grace, and mans free will
Perkins, William, 1558-1602. / [1677] Cyfarwydd-deb pr Anghyfarwydd, sef, llyer yn cynnwys,: 1. Agoriad byrr ar Weddi 'r Arglwydd. 2. Ymddidanion rhwng y Carwr a'r Cymro. 3. Ymddidanion rhwng Crist a'r Publican, rhwng Crist a'r Pharisaed, a rhwng Crist a'r Credadyn ammheus, sef Canwyll Crist. 4. Amryw Reolau Duwiol: : y cwbli gyfarwyddo pol 1, pa fodd i chwilio 'r ferythyrrau er lefadiw Heneidiau: a pha fodd i ddyfod at Grist i gael iechydwriaeth dragwyddol : a pha fodd i weddio yn fol ewyllys Duw, i gael gras a thrugaredd oddiwrtho ef, a pha fodd i fyw'n santaidd yn y Byd presennol.
Perkins, William, 1558-1602. / [1649] The foundation of Christian religion: gathered into six principles, by Mr. William Perkins. Translated into Welsh. Whereto also is added the Welsh alphabet, for the instruction of the unlearned in that language. By E.R. Sail crefydd gristnogawl wedi ei rhannu yn chewch o rannau new Wyddorion, o waith W.P. Wedi ei gyfiaethu. Ir iath gymráec at osod allan. Drwy ddymuniad E.R.
Perkins, William, 1558-1602. / [1660] The foundation of Christian religion, gathered into six principles. And it is to be learned of ignorant people, that they may be fit to heare sermons with profit, and to receive the Lords Supper with comfort.
Perkins, William, 1588-1602. / [1618] The foundation of Christian religion gathered into sixe principles. And it is to be learned of ignorant people, that they may be fit to heare sermons with profit, and to receiue the Lords Supper with comfort.
Perne, Andrew, 1594-1654. / [1643] Gospell courage, or Christian resolution for God, and his truth.: In a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at Margarets in Westminster, at a publique fast, the 31. of May, 1643. / By Andrew Perne Master of Arts, sometimes fellow of Katherine Hall in Cambridge: now minister of Wilby in Northampton-Shire.
Perneby, William. / [1599.] A direction to death: teaching man the way to die well, that being dead, he may liue euer. Made in the forme of a dialogue, for the ease and benefite of him that shall reade it. The speakers therein are Quirinus and Regulus.
Perrault, François, 1577-1657.  / [yn y flwyddyn. 1681. ] Addrodiad cywir, o'r pethau pennaf, ar a wnaeth, ac a ddwedodd yspryd aflan, ym Mascon yn Burgundy; yn nh'y un Mr. Francis Pereaud, ... ; a offodwyd allan yn Frangaeg gantho ef ei hun ; a chwedi hynny yn Saesoneg, gan un ac oedd a gwybodaeth neilltuol yng-hylch y Stori hon: ; ac yn awr wedi ei gyfieithu yn Gymraeg, gan S.H. o Abertawe.
Perrault, Nicholas, ca. 1611-1661. / [1670] The Jesuits morals collected by a doctor of the colledge of Sorbon in Paris who hath faithfully extracted them out of the Jesuits own books which are printed by the permission and approbation of the superiours of their society ; written in French and exactly translated into English.
Perrey, Philip. / [1654] Sōma ptōma autōs eniautōs. = The year running into his first principles, or the buriall of the old year, or man.: A sermon, intended to be preached at the funeral of M. Edmund Whitwell, deputy of S. Olaves Bread-street, in the citie of London. By Philip Perrey Master of Arts of Clare-hall in Cambridge, rector of S. Michael in the suburbs of Bristol by presentation, and by election pastor of Bedeminster, near adjoyning to the said citie of Bristol.
Perrin, J. P. (Jean Paul) / [1655] Matchlesse crueltie declared at large in the ensuing history of the Waldenses apparently manifesting unto the world the horrible persecutions which they have suffered by the papists, for the space of four hundred and fifty years : wherein is related their original and beginning, their piety and purity in religion, both for doctrine and discipline : likewise hereunto is added an exact narrative of the late bloody and barbarous massacres, murders and other unheard of cruelties committed on many thousands of the Protestants dwelling in the valleys of Piedmont, &c. by the Duke of Savoy's forces, joyned with the French army and several bloody Irish regiments / published by command of His Highness the Lord Protector.
Perrin, J. P. (Jean Paul) / [1624] The bloudy rage of that great antechrist of Rome and his superstitious adherents, against the true church of Christ and the faithfull professors of his gospell. Declared at large in the historie of the Waldenses and Albigenses, apparently manifesting vnto the world the visibilitie of our Church of England, and of all the reformed churches throughout Christendome, for aboue foure hundred and fiftie years last past. Diuided into three parts ... / All which hath bene faithfully collected out of the authors named in the page following the preface, by I.P.P.M. ; Translated out of French by Samson Lennard.
Perrin, J. P. Jean Paul. / [1624] Luthers fore-runners: or, A cloud of witnesses, deposing for the Protestant faith. Gathered together in the historie of the Waldenses: who for diuers hundred yeares before Luther successiuely opposed popery, professed the truth of the Gospell, and sealed it with their bloud ... Diuided into three parts. The first concernes their originall beginning ... The second containes the historie of the Waldenses called Albingenses. The third concerneth the doctrine and discipline which hath bene common amongst them, and the confutation of the doctrine of their aduersaries. All which hath bene faithfully collected out of the authors named in the page following the preface, by I.P.P. L. Translated out of French by Samson Lennard.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1661] The Syracusan tyrant, or, The life of Agathocles with some reflexions on the practices of our modern usurpers.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1666] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margarets Westminster, Nov. 7 being the fast-day appointed for the plague of pestilence / by Richard Perrinchief.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1664?] Samaritanism, or, A treatise of comprehending, compounding and tolerating several religions in one church demonstrating the equity, and necessity of the act and late vote of Parliament against non-conformists, from reason, the ancient church, and the opinions and practice of papists and Puritans now plotting and pleading for toleration.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [MDCLXXVI 1676] The royal martyr, or, The history of the life and death of King Charles I
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [MDCLVII. 1657] Nuntius a mortuis: or, a messenger from the dead. That is, a stupendous and dreadfull colloquie, distinctly and alternately heard by divers, betwixt the ghosts of Henry the Eight, and Charles the First, both Kings of England, who lye entombed in the church of Windsor. Wherein, (as with a pencill from heaven) is liquidly (from head to foot) set forth, the whole series of the judgements of God, upon the sinnes of these unfortunate jslands. Translated out of the Latine copie, by G.T.:
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1697] The life and death of King Charles the first written by Dr. R. Perinchief: together with Eikon basilike. Representing His Sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings. And a vindication of the same King Charles the martyr. Proving him to be the author of the said Eikon basilike, against a memorandum of the late earl of Anglesey, and against the groundless exceptons of Dr. Walker and others.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1693] The life and death of King Charles the first written by Dr. R. Perinchief : together with Eikon basilike : representing His sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings : and a vindication of the same King Charles the martyr : proving him to be the author of the said Eikon basilike against a memorandum of the late Earl of Anglesey, and against the groundless exceptions of Dr. Walker and others.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1668] Indulgence not justified being a continuation of the Discourse of toleration, in answer to the arguments of a late book entituled A peace-offering, or plea for indulgence, and to the cavils of another call'd The second discourse of the religion in England.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. / [1668] A discourse of toleration in answer to a late book intitutled A discourse of the religion of England.
Perron, W. / [printed in the year 1696] Galliæ flagellum: or, The reduction of France made easie: with a scheme thereof: In a letter to a Member of Parliament.
Perrot, François, b. 1530? / [1586] Auiso piaceuole dato alla bella Italia, da vn nobile giovane Francese, sopra la mentita data dal serenissimo re di Nauarra a Papa Sisto V
Perrot, Luce, d. 1678. / [1679] An account of several observable speeches of Mrs. Luce Perrot the late wife of Mr. Robert Perrot of London, minister. Spoken by her chiefly in the time of her sickness, and a little before her death; and taken immediately from her own mouth, though unknown to her. And now published for the comfort and benefit of her near relations, and some other of her friends.
Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637. / [1624] An inuitation vnto prayer, and the practise of piety, directing the way to true happinesse. Wherein is principally to be considered, these foure things. 1. What prayer vnto God is. 2. The necessity of it. 3. The profit we receiue by this holy exercise. 4. The maner and vse of it.
Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637. / [1600] The first part of the consideration of humane condition vvherin is contained the morall consideration of a mans selfe: as what, who, and what manner of man he is. Written by I.P. Esquier.
Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637. / [1630] Certaine short prayers and meditations vpon the Lords prayer and the Ten commandements. With other particular prayers for seuerall purposes. Written by the right worshipfull Sir Iames Perrott Knight.
Perry, John, 1670-1732. / [1695] A regulation for seamen wherein a method is humbly proposed : whereby their majesties fleet may at all times be speedily and effectually mann'd and the merchants be more readily and cheaper serv'd, without having their men at any time press'd or taken away ... / by John Perry, late captain of the Signet-Fireship, now a prisoner in the Marshalses ...
Persall, John, 1633-1702. / [1686] A sermon preach'd before the King and Queen in Their Majesties chappel at Windsor, on Trinity-Sunday, May 30. 1686 by the Reverend Father John Persall ...
Persall, John, 1633-1702. / [1686] A sermon preach'd before the King and Queen in Their Majesties chappel at St. James's, on the twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, Octob. 25. 1685 by the Reverend Father John Persall ...
Perse, William, 1640 or 41-1707. / [1696] A sermon preached on the 16th day of April 1696 in the parish church of St. Michael in New-Malton, being the thanksgiving day appointed for the discovery and disappointment of the horrible and barbarous conspiracy &c. / by William Perse.
Perse, William, 1640 or 41-1707. / [1689] A sermon preached in the Cathedral of St. Peters in York on the fifth day of Novemb. 1689 by William Perse ...
Perse, William, 1640 or 41-1707. / [1682] A sermon preached at the anniversary meeting of the Eton-scholars, at St. Mary Le Bow, on Decemb. the 6. 1681 by William Perse ...
Perse, William, 1640 or 41-1707. / [1695] A sermon preach'd upon the occasion of the Queen's death on the 4th Sunday in Lent, being the 3d of March, 1694/5 / by W. Perse ...
Persius. / [1685] The third satyr of A. Persius in way of a dialogue or dramatick interlude between the serious, careful tutor and his inconsiderate, slothful pupil / rendred paraphrastically into English, and humbly recommended to the serious consideration and perusal as well of all young gentlemen as other of meaner quality whilst under tutelage and inspection of parents, governours and teachers by F.A.
Persius. / [1616] Aulus Persius Flaccus his Satires translated into English, by Barten Holyday Mr of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Person in command of the fleet. / [1673] [An exact] relation of the several engagements and actions of His Majesties fleet, under the command of His Highness Prince Rupert and of all circumstances concerning this summers expedition, anno 1673 / written by a person in command in the fleet.
Person in the countrey. / [1656] A letter from a person in the countrey to his friend in the city: giving his judgement upon a book entituled A healing question.:
Person of great experience in military affairs. / [1689] The accomplished commander being necessary instructions for the prudent conduct of officers in an army / written by a person of great experience in military affairs, and published for the common benefit, by R.C.
Person of honour. / [1688] The state of Ireland, with a vindication of the Act of Settlement and commissioners proceedings, &c. also, reflections on the late Coventry-letter writ by an eminent councellor of that kingdom, wherein the said author endeavours to prove, that it was not for murther, nor rebellion, but religion that the Irish estates were sequestred by the forementioned act / by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1656] A president of female perfection. Presented to the serious meditation and perusal of all modest women, who desire to live under the government of vertue, and are obedient to her laws. Containing an historicall discourse of the best and pincipallest [sic] for holiness and vertue of that sex. Illustrated with sundry poems and figures, pertinent to the story. By a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1690] The rational sceptist by a Person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1673] A Protestant antidote against Popery with a brief discourse of the great atheisticalness and vain amours now in fashion. Written in a letter to a young lady. By a Person of Honour.
Person of honour. / [1689] A letter to a member of Parliament for liberty of conscience by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1695] A poem occasioned by the death of Her Majesty. By a person of honour
Person of honour. / [1688] A letter of advice to a young lady being motives and directions to establish her in the Protestant religion / written by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [M. DC. XLV. 1645; i.e. 1644] A letter from a person of honour, reconciling the dissenting brethren, (commonly called Independents) and the Presbyterians, in matter of judgement, about the setling of the church.: Sent to an eminent divine of the Assembly.
Person of honour. / [1681] A friend to Cæsar, or, An humble proposition for the more regular, speedy, and easie payment of his Majesties treasure, granted, or to be granted by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the carrying on of his Majesties expences, whether ordinary or extraordinary, both in time of peace and in time of war and also the causes of those many debts which the crown is so heavily clogged with, and sound propositions for the cure thereof / by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1696] Further proposals for amending and settling the coyn by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1675] The courtier's calling, shewing the ways of making a fortune, and the art of living at court, according to the maxims of policy & morality in two parts, the first concerning noblemen, the second concerning gentlemen / by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1688/9] A breviate for the bishops in vindication of the proceedings of the House of Commons, for the settlement of the throne to which is annex'd, a Protestant president, (exact parellel [sic] with the case of England) in the reasons that moved the convention of Sweden, to declare the forfeiture and exclusion of Sigismond the Third / by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1685] The atheist unmasked, or, A confutation of such as deny the being of a supream deity that governs heaven and earth by unanswerable arguments deduc'd ... / by ---- a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1683] Arbitrary government display'd in the tyrannick usurpation of the Rump Parliament and Oliver Cromwell being a clear account of their arbitrary, cruel and illegal proceedings, under the notion of liberty and property, and a compendious history of those times / by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1695] Angliae tutamen, or, The safety of England being an account of the banks, lotteries, mines, diving, draining, lifting, and other engines, and many pernicious projects now on foot tending to the destruction of trade and commerce, and the impoverishing this realm : with reflections thereon of great import to all sorts of people / by a person of honour.
Person of honour. / [1691] Advice to a parson, or, The true art of preaching, in opposition to modern practice written by a person of honour to Dr. S---, his late chaplin ...
Person of honour in the country. / [1685] An account of the taking the Earl of Argyle, on Thursday the seventeenth instant communicated in a letter from a person of honour in the country, to his friend in Dublin.
Person of honour lately deceased. / [1671] St. foine improved a discourse shewing the utility and benefit which England hath and may receive by the grasse called St. Foine and answering the objections urged against it ... / written by a person of honour lately deceased.
Person of honour, a voluntier in the campagne. / [1685] A short relation of the most remarkable transactions in several parts of Europe between the Christians and Turks including an exact diary of the siege of Buda / written originally by a person of honour, a voluntier in the compagne, and done into English by P.R.
Person of qualities. / [1684] The maidens plea, or, Her defence and vindication of her self against all objections ... written by a person of qualities.
Person of quality. / [1686] The unfortunate Phaeton, or, The fall of ambition an heroick poem / written by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1689] Two letters discovering the designs of the late King James in Ireland written from a person of quality to a noble peer sitting in the House of Lords.
Person of quality. / [1690] Some ways for raising of money humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Parliament / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1690] A True and perfect journal of the affairs in Ireland since His Majesties arrival in that kingdom by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1689?] A short and sure method proposed for the extirpation of popery in the space of a few years by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1680] The secret history of the most renowned Q. Elizabeth and the E. of Essex by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1679] The sentiments, a poem to the Earl of Danby in the Tower by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1695] The royal progress; or, A diary of the King's journey from His Majesty's setting out from Kensington, till His return. By a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [printed in the year 1658] A remedy for uncleanness. Or, Certain queries propounded to his Highness the Lord Protector.: By a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1664] Religion and language, as they are now in use through the chief regions of the world, both most briefly, and as faithfully discovered. / By a Person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1666] A relation of the defeating Card. Mazarine & Oliv. Cromwell's design to have taken Ostend by treachery in the year 1658 written in Spanish by a person of quality (who was a chief actor in the preventing of it) by way of letter to a friend of his presently after the businesse ; since printed in that language, and now translated into English.
Person of quality. / [1682] The pastime royal, or, The gallantries of the French court in two parts / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1678] The obliging mistress, or, The fashionable gallant a novel / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1691] A new--years--gift for Protestants with the true cause of the diversity of religions. Being a new discovery of the essence and foundation from whence all religions is derived, for the salvation of all mankind through Christ, which from the beginning of the world, was but one and the same that is now, and will be to the end thereof, whereby to lead all into truth and unity of religion without controversie. By a person of quality. Licens'd, Decemb. 20th. 1691.
Person of quality. / [1682] A modest account of the present posture of affairs in England vvith particular reference to the Earl of Shaftsbury's case, and a vindication of him from two pretended letters of a noble peer / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [MDCLXXXVIII. 1688] A new account of the present condition of the Turkish affairs, with the causes of the decay of the Ottoman power; of their wars with the present emperor, &c, and the facility the Christian princes now have of retaking Constantinople, according to a prophecy of the Turks themselves. Together with several notable remarks upon the late insolence of the army; of their deposing Mahomet IV. (who had reigned eight and forty years) and setting his younger brother in his seat. To which is prefixed, the effigies of this new emperor, Solyman the Third. By a person of quality, who long resided amongst them, and is lately returned home:
Person of quality. / [1680] A moderate expedient for preventing of popery and the more effectual suppression of Jesuits and priests, without giving them the vain-glory of pretending to martyrdom / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1611 i.e. 1661] A letter from a person of quality, to a principal peer of the realm, now sitting in Parliament occasioned by the present debate upon the penal lawes.
Person of quality. / [1681] A letter from a person of quality to his friend concerning His Majesties late declaration touching the reasons which moved him to dissolve the two last Parliaments at Westminster and Oxford.
Person of quality. / [1679] A full narrative, or, A discovery of the priests and Jesuites together with their intrigues how to subvert Protestant princes and to ruine the Protestant religion as it is now established, in which is plainly demonstrated the effects of their political operations upon us at this day, in respect of religion and matters of state : together with the necessity of their banishment / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1687] A full and perfect account of the particulars of the terrible and bloody fight, which the Christian armies have obtained over the whole Turkish forces near the bridge of Esseck. With a particular of what plunder they have seiz'd and taken / Written from a person of quality who was present in the whole action.
Person of quality. / [1687] A full and perfect account of the particulars of the terrible and bloody fight which the Christian army have obtain'd over the whole Turkish forces near the bridge of Esseck with a particular of what plunder they have seiz'd and taken / written from a Person of quality who was present in the whole action.
Person of quality. From a person of quality in Scotland to a person of honour in London, concerning His Royal Highness, James, Duke of York
Person of quality. / [1679?] An exclamation against Julian, secretary to the Muses with the character of a libeller / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1698] A discovery of theisme together with such philosophical and mathematical observations as are consonant thereunto : deliver'd in a more refin'd manner then hitherto written, against atheisme and prophaness / by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1678] The constant nymph, or, The rambling shepheard a pastoral, as it is acted at the Duke's Theater / written by a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1682] The character of a disbanded courtier. Dedicated to the author of that famous speech, call'd, The speech of a noble peer. / By a person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1687] A congratulatory poem dedicated to His Majesty on the late declaration by a Person of quality.
Person of quality. / [1681] A certain way to prevent popery in England and effectually suppress all Jesuits & popish priests without giving them the vain-glory of pretending to be martyrs : publisht on occasion of some reprieves lately granted to condemned Romish priests : humbly offered to the consideration of the approaching Parliament at Oxford.
Person of quality. / [1700] Carmina vestalia being three epistles to Harmonia, Corinna, and Sophronia, &c. / by a person of quality ; to which are added several poems by another hand.
Person of quality. / [1691] The bragadocio, or, The bawd turn'd Puritan a new comedy / by a person of quality.
Person of quality abroad. / [1681] The French intrigues discovered with the methods and arts to retrench the potency of France by land and sea and to confine that monarch within his antient dominions and territories : humbly submitted to the consideration of the princes and states of Europe, especially of England / written in a letter from a person of quality abroad to his corrsepondent here.
Person of quality and of a publick spirit. / [1660] Three letters of publick concernment as to the present affairs ... as also concerning the late publication of the covenant in all churches / by a person of quality and of a publick spirit.
Person of quality and true lover of his countrey. / [1689] The history and transactions of the English nation more especially by their representatives assembled in Parliament in the reign of King Charles, &c. ... : also the wonderful and most solemn manner and form of ratitifying [sic], confirming and pronouncing of that most dreadful curse and execration against the violaters and infringers of Magna Charta in the time of Henry the Third, King of England, &c / by a person of quality and true lover of his countrey.
Person of quality concerned in this embassy. / [1667] A narrative or journal of the proceedings of their Excellencies, the Right Honourable the Lord Holles and the Lord Coventry appointed by His Majesty of Great Britain to be his ambassasors extraordinary and plenipotentiaries for the treaty held at Breda with the ambassadors of the French King, the King of Denmark and the States General of the United Provinces / by a person of quality concerned in this embassy.
Person of that nation. / [1661] A letter containing An humble and serious advice to some in Scotland in reference to their late troubles and calamities. By a person of that nation.
Person of what quality you please. / [1698] Old Æsop at White-hall giving advice to the young Æsops at Tunbridge and Bath, or, Some fables relating to government
Person of Worth. / [Printed in the yeer 1647] A letter written from a person of worth to a friend of his in London:: discovering London and the kingdoms danger, and advising the City to adhere to the Parliament. Together, with a just and fair remonstrance of the honest and ingenious people of one of the neighbouring counties.
Person that was present. / [1689] The indictment and arraignment of John Price Esquire, late receiver-general in Ireland with a hundred and one other Protestants, at Wicklow, before John Keating Esq, Chief Justice of the Common pleas a Protestant, and Henry Lynch Knight Baron of the Exchequer, a Papist : with variety of arguments between the judges and councel, and the Lord Chief Justice Keatings charge to the jury : a letter sent to and read by the judges in court, for a loane for the popish armies subsistance : with an account of the seizing and condemnation of Sir Thomas Southwell, and two hundred other Protestant gentlemen at Gallaway, Sir Laurence Parsons and several others at Birr and Maryborough, in the King and Queens county in Ireland, and the barbarous execution of some of them / collected by a Person that was present and took the same in writing.
Person who bore a great share in those transactions. / [1690] A faithful history of the northern affairs of Ireland from the late K. James accession to the crown, to the siege of Londonderry : giving a true account of the occasions of the miscarriages there, and of the reasons why the gentry abandon'd those parts / by a person who bore a great share in those transactions.
Person who has conversed no otherwise in above nine years. / [1698] Digiti-lingua, or, The most compendious, copious, facil, and secret way of silent converse ever yet discovered shewing, how any two persons may be capable, in half an hours time, to discourse together by their fingers only, and as well in the dark as the light / by a person who has conversed no otherwise in above nine years.
Person, Samuel, 17th cent. / [1664] An anatomical lecture of man, or, A map of the little world, delineated in essayes and characters by Samuell Person ...
Peryn, William. / [1546] Thre godly and notable sermons, of the moost honorable and blessed sacrament of the aulter. Preached in the Hospitall of S. Antony in London, by Wyllya[m] Peryn preest, bachelar of diuinite, [and] now set forth for the auaunceme[n]t of goddes honor: the truthe of his worde, and edification of good christen people.
Peryn, William. / [anno Domini. M.D.L.vij. 1557] Spirituall exercyses and goostly meditacions and a neare waye to come to perfection and lyfe contemplatyue, very profytable for religyous, and generally for al other that desyre to come to the perfecte loue of god, and to the contempte of the worlde. Collected and set foorthe by the helpe of god, and diligente laboure of F. Wyllyam Peryn bacheler of diuinitie and pryor of the friers preachers of greate Sayncte Bartholomes in Smythfyelde.
Pestell, Thomas, 1584?-1659? / [1615] The good conscience. Or, The soules banquet royall. In a sermon by T.P.
Pestell, Thomas, 1584?-1659? / [1615] Morbus epidemicus, or The churles sickenesse. In a sermon preached before the iudges of the assises. By T.P.
Pestell, Thomas, 1584?-1659? / [1659] Sermons and devotions old and new revived and publisht as an oblation of gratitude to all such of the nobility, gentry and clergy as retain the noble conscience of having ministred to the weak condition of the author, now aged 73 : the sermons at Court were before the war brake forth betwixt King and Parliament : also a discourse of duels, being a collection and translation of other mens opinions, with some addition of his own : and this in special dedicated for their use ... / by Thomas Pestel ...
Pestell, Thomas, 1584?-1659? / [1620] The poore mans appeale. In a sermon preached at Leicester assises before the judges. By T.P.
Pestell, Thomas, 1584?-1659? / [1630] Gods visitation in a sermon preached at Leicester, at an ordinary visitation. By T.P.
Pestell, William, 1615-1696. / [1661] A congratulation to His Sacred majesty, upon his safe arrival and happy restauration to his three kingdoms, May 29th, being his birth-day, and our year of jubile, 1660
Petau, Denis, 1583-1652. / [MDCLIX. 1659] The history of the vvorld: or, An account of time. Compiled by the learned Dionisius Petavius. And continued by others, to the year of our Lord, 1659. Together with a geographicall description of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America.
Peter I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725. / [1697] The speech of the emperor of Russia to his most sacred majesty K. William at Utright the [blank] of October 1697.
Peter, Charles. / [1686?] Observations on the venereal disease with the true way of curing the same / by Charles Peter.
Peter, Charles. / [1678] A description of the venereal disease declaring the causes, signs, effects, and cure thereof. With a discourse of the most wonderful antivenereal pill. Prepared onely by Charles Peter, chyrurgeon, and practitioner in physick. And are to be sold at his House in St. Martins-lane, near Long-acre, over against the sign of the Castle.
Peter, Charles. / [MDCLXXXVI. 1686] The cordial tincture, prepared by Charles Peter chyrurgeon, at his bathing-house in St. Martins-lane near Long Acre: June 12. 1686. THis may be printed:
Peter, Charles. / [between 1670 and 1680] Charles Peter his famous head-pill. Which certainly cureth the scurvie, and dropsie, taketh away all pains of the head, cleanseth the stomach ...
Peter, John. / [1680] A treatise of Lewisham (but vulgarly miscalled Dulwich) wells in Kent shewing the time and manner of their discovery, the minerals with which they are impregnated, the several diseases experience hath found them good for, with directions for the use of them, &c. / by John Peter, physician.
Peter, John. / [1677] Artificial versifying or, The school-boy's recreation. A new way to make Latin verses. Whereby any one of ordinary capacity, that only knows the A.B.C. and can count 9 (though he understands not one word of Latin, or what a verse means) may be plainly taught, (and in as little a time as this is reading over,) how to make hundreds of hexameter verses, which shall be true Latin, true verse, and good sense. Never before publish'd.
Peter, John. / [1684] A philosophical account of this hard frost. From whence is rationally concluded what effects it may probably have upon humane bodies, as to health and sickness. Both in relation to the time of the frosts continuance, and to the time of thaw that shall succeed. With cautionary directions for the prevention of such distempers as are likely to be the natural consequence of both those seasons. Which directions are not only calculated for this present season, but are designedly adapted to serve upon the like occasion for time to come. Written in answer to a letter of a person of quality, and at his command made publick for the common good. By John Peter physician.
Peter, of Alcantara, Saint, 1499-1562. / [1632] A golden treatise of mentall praier with diuerse spirituall rules and directions, no lesse profitable then necessarie for all sortes of people. First composed by the venerable and blessed father, Fr. Peter de Alcantara, of the Seraphicall Order of S. Francis. Beatified the 18. of Aprill. 1622. Translated into English by G.VV. To vvhich is prefixed a breife relation of the life, and death of the same father vvritten by G.VV. of the same order and obseruance.
Peter, of Luxemburg, Saint, 1369-1387. / [1520?] The boke entytuled the next way to heuen the whiche in true walky[n]ge or goy[n]nge is but thre dayes iourney, and to go or walke euery daye but thre myles as wytnesseth moyses who sayeth. Ibimus viam trium dierum in solitudinem. [et]c. Exodi. iij. Ca. F.
Peterborough, Henry Mordaunt, Earl of, 1624?-1697. / [1685] Succint genealogies of the noble and ancient houses of Alno or de Alneto, Broc of Stephale, Latimer of Duntish, Drayton of Drayton, Mauduit of Westminster, Green of Drayton, Vere of Addington, Fitz-Lewes of Westhornedon, Howard of Effingham and Mordaunt of Turvey justified by publick records, ancient and extant charters, histories and other authentick proofs, and enriched with divers sculptures of tombs, images, seals, and other curiosities / by Robert Halstead.
Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660. / [1646] Mr. Peters message delivered in both Houses, to the Lords and Commons in Parliament; from Sir Thomas Fairfax. With, the narration of the taking of Dartmouth. And a list of the names of the chief officers and gentlemen, and the cullers, arms, ordnance, powder, and other ammnnition [sic] and purchase; and the severall victories of the army, and their scattering of the enemy to severall places. With other proceedings concerning Prince Charles, and other passages of great concernment. This narration of Mr. Hugh Peters, minister of Gods word, commanded to be printed, is published according to order, to prevent false copies.
Peters, John, 17th cent. / [1642] A true relation of the present estate of Ireland in a letter written from one Master Peters in Dublin to one Sir Robert Iones a knight, resident in the citie of London which came to him the 17 of February, Anno Dom. 1642 : as also the flight from thence upon the coming of Captaine Pollard and some Scotch regiments against them, with the losse of the towne and all their ammunition to our English forces / by R.P.
Peters, Thomas, d. 1654. / [1652] A remedie against ruine: or, A sermon preached at the assises at Lanceston in Cornwall, March 17 1651. Before the right honorable Henry Rolls, Lord chief Justice of the upper Bench, and Robert Nicholas, judges for the Western Circuit.: By Thomas Peters M.A. and pastor of the church at Mylor, in Cornwall. With an appendix, vindicating the author from an horrid imputation cast on him by Samson Bond, rector of Maugon, and Martin in Meneague, in the said county.
Peterson, James. / [1678] The pamphlet of the lyar discovered (Printed Anno 1678), in A brief reply to a malitious sheet spread in and about Hartford, &c. called The voice of the light, &c.
Peterson, William, d. 1661. / [1642] A sermon lately preached at court, before His Majesty, in ordinary attendance:: by VVilliam Peterson, D.D. and Deane of Exeter. Chaplaine to His Majesty.
Petitioner for peace and truth. / [Jan. 13, 1643] A moderate reply to His Majesties answer to the cities last petition presented at Oxford which answer was read in Guildhall, before the commons of the said city, January 13, 1643 / by a well-minded petitioner for peace and truth.
Petiver, James, 1663 or 4-1718. / [1695 1703] Musei Petiveriani centuria prima, rariora naturæ continens: viz. animalia fossilia, plantas, ex variis mundi plagis advecta, ordine digesta, et nominibus propriis signata. A Jacobo Petiver, ...
Petley, Elias. / [1623] The royall receipt: or, Hezekiahs physicke A sermon deliuered at Pauls-Crosse, on Michaelmas Day, 1622. By Elias Petley.
Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374. / [An. Dom. 1579] Phisicke against fortune, aswell prosperous, as aduerse conteyned in two bookes. Whereby men are instructed, with lyke indifferencie to remedie theyr affections, aswell in tyme of the bryght shynyng sunne of prosperitie, as also of the foule lowryng stormes of aduersitie. Expedient for all men, but most necessary for such as be subiect to any notable insult of eyther extremitie. Written in Latine by Frauncis Petrarch, a most famous poet, and oratour. And now first Englished by Thomas Twyne.
Petre, William Petre, Baron, 1622-1684. / [1684] The declaration of the Lord Petre upon his death, touching the plot, in a letter to His Most Sacred Majestie
Petrie, Alexander, 1594?-1662. / [1644] Chiliasto-mastix. Or, The prophecies in the Old and Nevv Testament concerning the kingdome of our savior Iesus Christ.: Vindicated from the misinterpretationes of the millenaries and specially of Mr. Maton in his book called Israels redemption, / by Alexander Petrie Minister of the Scots Kirk at Roterdame. The epistle shevves the ground and pedigree of the mistake. To shew the originale of an errour is a convincing of it.
Petrie, Alexander, 1594?-1662. / [1657] A compendious history of the Catholick church from the year 600 untill the year 1600 shewing her deformation and reformation : together with the rise, reign, rage, and begin-fall of the Roman AntiChrist : with many other profitable instructions gathered out of divers writers of the several times, and other histories / by Alexander Petrie ...
Pett, John. / [1584] The great cicle of Easter containing a short rule. To knowe vppon what day of the month Easter day will fall, made for the vse of such as would without their booke readily find out, and declare as well Easter day, as the other moueable feastes in the yeere: the domincall [sic] letter, the epact the age of the moone, her shining and the course of the tide. With other necessarie tables to learne out the course of the yeere, by Io, P. 1583. [...] Set foorth according to the Queenes iniunctiones.
Petter, George. / [MDCLXI. 1661] A learned, pious, and practical commentary, upon the Gospel according to St. Mark wherein the sacred text is logically analyzed; the meaning of the holy Spirit clearly and soundly opened: doctrines naturally raised, strongly confirmed, vindicated from exceptions, and excellent inferences deduced from them: all seeming differences in the history between this and the other evangelists fairly reconciled: many important cases of conscience, judiciously, succinctly, and perspicuously solved. By that laborious and faithful servant of Christ, Mr. George Petter, late Minister of the Gospel at Bread in Sussex.
Petter, John, 1661 or 2-1700. / [1685] A sermon preached July, 5th on the occasion of the late rebellion by John Petter.
Petter, John, 1661 or 2-1700. / [1694] A sermon preached before Their Majesties, K. William and Q. Mary's forces, at Gant in Flanders the Sunday before they marched into the camp, 1694 / by John Petter ... ; published at their request.
Petter, John, 1661 or 2-1700. / [1698] A sermon preach'd before the honourable society of the natives of the county of Kent, Novemb. the 17th. 1698, at St. Mary le Bow, London by John Peter, D.D. ...
Pettit, Edward. / [1683] The visions of the reformation, or, A discovery of the follies and villanies that have been practis'd popish and fanatical thorough reformations since the reformation of the Church of England by Edward Pettit ...
Pettit, Edward. / [1684] The visions of government wherein the antimonarchical principles and practices of all fanatical commonwealths-men and Jesuitical politicians are discovered, confuted, and exposed / by Edward Pettit ...
Pettit, Edward. / [1680] The vision of purgatory, anno 1680 In which the errors and practices of the church and court of Rome are discover'd: with the influences they have on this and other nations. Written by Heraclito Democritus.
Petto, Samuel, 1624?-1711. / [1654] The voice of the Spirit. Or, An essay towards a discoverie of the witnessings of the spirit: by opening and answering these following queries. Q. 1. What is the witnessing worke of the Spirit? 2 How doth the Spirit witnesse to a soule its adoption? 3. Who are capable of attaining the witnessings of the Spirit? 4. How may a soul know its injoyment of them? 5. By what meanes may a soule attaine them? To which is added. Roses from Sharon or sweet experiences reached out by Christ to some of his beloved ones in this wildernes. / By Samuel Petto preacher of the Gospell at Sandcroft in Suffolke.
Petto, Samuel, 1624?-1711. / [MDCXCIII 1693] The revelation unvailed, or, An essay towards the discovering I. When many Scripture prophesies had their accomplishment, and turned into history, II. What are now fulfilling, III. What rest still to be fulfilled, with a guess at the time of them : with an appendix, proving that pagan Rome was not Babylon, Rev. 17, and that the Jews shall be converted / by Samuel Petto.
Petto, Samuel, 1624?-1711. / [1691] Infant-baptism vindicated from the exceptions of Mr. Thomas Grantham by Sam. Petto ...
Petto, Samuel, 1624?-1711. / [1687] Infant baptism of Christ's appointment, or A discovery of infants interest in the covenant with Abraham shewing who are the spiritual seed and who the fleshly seed. Together, with the improvement of covenant interest by parents and children. By S.P. minister of the Gospel.
Petto, Samuel, 1624?-1711. / [1674] The difference between the old and new covenant stated and explained with an exposition of the covenant of grace in the principal concernments of it / by Samuel Petto ...
Pettus, John, Sir, 1613-1690. / [1674] Volatiles from the history of Adam and Eve containing many unquestioned truths and allowable notions of several natures / by Sir John Pettus ...
Pettus, John, Sir, 1613-1690. / [1674] A narrative of the excommunication of Sir John Pettus of the county of Suffolk, Knight obtained against him by his lady, a Roman Catholick, and the true state of the case between them with his faithful answers to several aspersions raised against him by her, to the prepossessing the judgments of some honourable persons and others.
Pettus, John, Sir, 1613-1690. / [1670] Fodinæ regales, or, The history, laws, and places of the chief mines and mineral works in England, Wales, and the English pale in Ireland as also of the mint and mony : with a clavis explaining some difficult words relating to mines, &c. / by Sir John Pettus, Knight.
Pettus, John, Sir, 1613-1690. / [1680] The constitution of parliaments in England deduced from the time of King Edward the Second, illustrated by King Charles the Second in his Parliament summon'd the 18 of February 1660/1, and dissolved the 24 of January 1678/9 : with an appendix of its sessions / observed by Sr. John Pettus ... Knight.
Pettus, John, Sir, 1613-1690. / [Printed in the year 1677/8] The case and justification of Sr. John Pettus, of the county of Suffolk, knight, concerning two charitable bills now depending in the House of Lords under his care. One for the better settling of Mr. Henry Smith's estate, according to the donor's true intention. The other for settling of charitable uses in the town of Kelshall, according to the desire of the chief land-owners and inhabitants there. Humbly represented to the Lords and Commons in Parliament. For the better regulating of them for the future.
Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. / [1673] Some of the observations made by W. P. upon the trade of Irish cattel
Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. / [1686] Further observations upon the Dublin-bills, or, Accompts of the houses, hearths, baptisms and burials in that city by Sir William Petty ...
Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. / [1687] Five essays in political arithmetick ... by Sir William Petty ...
Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. / [1698] An essay concerning the multiplication of mankind: together with another essay in political arithmetick, concerning the growth of the city of London: with the measures, periods, causes, and consequences thereof. 1682. / By Sir William Petty ...
Petty, William, Sir, 1623-1687. / [1689] A discourse of taxes and contributions shewing the nature and measures of crown-lands, assesments, customs, poll-moneys, lotteries, benevolence, penalties, monopolies, offices, tythes, hearth, excise, &c. : with several intersperst discourses and digressions concerning wars, the church, universities, rents and purchases ... : the same being frequently applied to the state and affairs of Ireland, and is now thought seasonable for the present affairs of England : humbly recommended to the present Parliament.
Petyt, George. / [1690] Lex parliamentaria, or, A treatise of the law and custom of the parliaments of England by G.P., Esq. ... ; with an appendix of a case in Parliament between Sir Francis Goodwyn and Sir John Fortescue, for the knights place for the county of Bucks, I Jac. I., from an original French manuscript, translated into English.
Petyt, George. / [1690] Lex parliamentaria, or, A treatise of the law and custom of parliaments shewing their antiquity, names, kinds, and qualities ... : with an appendix of a case in Parliament between Sir Francis Goodwyn and Sir John Fortescue, for the knights place for the county of Bucks, I Jac. I.
Peyton, Edward, Sir, 1588?-1657. / [Printed in the yeere 1647] The high-way to peace:: or, a direction set forth for the composing of those unhappy differences betwixt King, Parliament, Army, City, and kingdomes : shewing the sad effects these distractions have brought upon the whole island. / Published for the honour and love he beares to his native countrey, by Sir Edvvard Peyton, Knight and baronet.
Peyton, Edward, Sir, 1588?-1657. / [1652] The divine catastrophe of the kingly family of the house of Stuarts: or, a short history of the rise, reign, and ruine thereof. Wherein the most secret and chamber-abominations of the two last kings are discovered, divine justice in King Charles his overthrow vindicated, and the Parliaments proceedings against him clearly justified, by Sir Edward Peyton, knight and baronet, a diligent observer of those times.
Peyton, Edward, Sir, 1588?-1657. / [Printed in the yeare 1642] A discourse concerning the fitnesse of the posture necessary to be used in taking the bread and wine at the Sacrament. By Edward Peyton, knight and barronet.
Peyton, Thomas, 1595-1626. / [1620] The glasse of time, in the two first ages. Diuinely handled, by Thomas Peyton, of Lincolnes Inne, Gent.