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Plaifere, John, d. 1632. / [1651] Appello evangelium for the true doctrine of the divine predestination concorded with the orthodox doctrine of Gods free-grace and mans free-will / by John Plaifere ... ; hereunto is added Dr. Chr. Potter his owne vindication in a letter to Mr. V. touching the same points.
Plaine Clerke, Tho. / [unknown] A proclamation against the home-loyterers, recusants to the common cause, within the colledge of iustice, as followeth, [by] Tho. Plaine Clerke.
Planis Campy, David de. / [1658] Phlebotomiographia: or, a treatise of phlebotomy. Demonstrating the necessity of it in diseases; the time for elections. And likewise of the use and application of cupping-glasses, and leeches. Whereupon is added a brief and most methodicall tract of the crisis. Written originally in French, by Da de Plumis Campi chirurgion. And now faithfully rendred into English, by E.W. well-wisher to physick and chirurgery.
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611? / [1596] Sundrie nevv and artificiall remedies against famine. Written by H.P. Esq. vppon thoccasion of this present dearth.
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611? / [1603] A nevv, cheape and delicate fire of cole-balles wherein seacole is by the mixture of other combustible bodies, both sweetened and multiplied. Also a speedie way for the winning of any breach: with some other new and seruiceable inuentions answerable to the time.
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611? / [1660 i.e. 1659] The second part of the Garden of Eden. Or An accurate description of all flowers and fruits growing in England;: with partuicular [sic] rules how to advance their nature and growth, as well in seeds and herbs, as the secret ordering of trees and plants. / By that learned and great observer, Sir Hugh Plat Knight. Never before printed.
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611? / [1600] The nevve and admirable arte of setting of corne with all the necessarie tooles and other circumstances belonging to the same: the particular titles whereof, are set downe in the page following.
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611? / [1601] The nevv and admirable arte of setting of corne with all the necessarie tooles and other circumstances belonging to the same: the particular titles whereof, are set downe in the page following.
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611? / [1595] A discouerie of certaine English wants, which are royally supplyed in this treatise by H. Platt of Lincolnes Inne Esquier
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611? / [1602] Delightes for ladies to adorne their persons, tables, closets, and distillatories with beauties, banquets, perfumes and waters.
Plato. / [1675] Plato his Apology of Socrates, and Phædo, or, Dialogue concerning the immortality of mans soul, and manner of Socrates his death carefully translated from the Greek, and illustrated by reflections upon both the Athenian laws, and ancient rites and traditions concerning the soul, therein mentioned.
Platter, Felix, 1536-1614. / [1664] Platerus golden practice of physick: fully and plainly discovering, I. All the kinds. II. The several causes of every disease. III. Their most proper cures, in respect to the kinds, and several causes, from whence they come. After a new, easie, and plain method; of knowing, foretelling, preventing, and curing, all diseases incident to the body of man. Full of proper observations and remedies: both of ancient and modern physitians. In three books, and five tomes, or parts. Being the fruits of one and thirty years travel: and fifty years practice of physick. By Felix Plater, chief physitian and professor in ordinary at Basil. Abdiah Cole, doctor of physick, and the liberal arts. Nich. Culpeper, gent. student in physick, and astrology.
Plattes, Gabriel, fl. 1638-1640. / [1644] The profitable intelligencer,: communicating his knowledge for the generall good of the common-wealth and all posterity. Containing many rare secrets and experiments (having reference to a larger book) which being well observed, and industriously practised, according to the directions therein by all the inhabitants of England in generall, will recover the wealth of the kingdom now so miserably wasted by these unnaturall wars, and make it the most flourishing countrey in the world, and cause more naked to be clothed, more hungry to be fed, more poore virgins to be preferred in marriage, more sick to be healed, then Suttons Hospitall the Savoy, and all the hospitals and liberall gifts in England have ever performed, by certain wayes which require no charge nor labour, but what every active person shall be double payed for. A copie of the letter, wherein the discourse entituled, Mercurius Lætificans, was sent enclosed to the authors most worthy, and highly honoured friend, Mr. Samuel Hartlib.
Plattes, Gabriel, fl. 1638-1640. / [M DC XXXIX 1639] A discovery of subterraneall treasure viz. of all manner of mines and mineralls, from the gold to the coale; with plaine directions and rules for the finding of them in all kingdoms and countries. And also the art of melting, refining, and assaying of them is plainly declared, so that every ordinary man, that is indifferently capacious, may with small change presently try the value of such oares as shall be found either by rule or by accident. Whereunto is added a reall experiment whereby every ignorant man may presently try whether any peece of gold that shal come to his hands be true or connterfeit [sic] ... Also a perfect way to try what colour any berry, leafe, flower, stalke, root, fruit, seed, barke, or wood will give: with a perfect way to make colours that they shall not stayne nor fade like ordinary colours. ...
Plattes, Gabriel, fl. 1638-1640. / [April. 6. 1640.] Certaine new inventions and profitable experiments necessary to be known of all farmers, and others, that endeavour to procure benefit to themselves, and plentie to the commonwealth.
Plattes, Gabriel, fl. 1638-1640. / [1639] A discovery of infinite treasure, hidden since the vvorlds beginning VVhereunto all men, of what degree soever, are friendly invited to be sharers with the discoverer, G.P.
Player, Thomas, Sir, 1608-1672. / [1672] To the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor: to the Right Worshipful the Alderman: with the commonalty of the City of London, in their Common-Hall assembled : the humble, and last address of Sir Tho. Player senior, Chamberleyn of London.
Playfere, Thomas, 1561?-1609. / [1609] A sermon preached before the Kings Maiestie at Drayton in Northhamptonshire the sixt day of August. 1605. By that eloquent diuine of famous memorie, Th. Playfere Doctor in Diuninitie
Playfere, Thomas, 1561?-1609. / [1596] The meane in mourning. A sermon preached at Saint Maryes Spittle in London on Tuesday in Easter weeke. 1595. / By Thomas Playfere Doctor of Diuinitie.
Playfere, Thomas, 1561?-1609. / [Anno 1606. Iulij 30] Caesaris superscriptio Siue Conciuncula, coram duobus potentissimis regibus, Iacobo Britanniae, & Christiano Daniae, in superiori atrio splendidæ illius domûs, honoratissimi Comitis Sarisburiensis, quæ vocatur Theobaldus, a Doctore Thoma Playfero, Sacræ Theologiæ Cantabrigiensi Professore, pro Dominâ Margaretâ. Anno 1606. habita. Iulij 27.
Playford, John, 1623-1686? / [1653] The dancing master, or, Plain and easie rules for the dancing of country dances with the tune to each dance to be playd on the treble violin.
Playford, John, 1623-1686? / [1673?] An additional sheet to the book entituled, The musical companion
Plebean. / [1681] A speech without doors made by a plebean to his noble friends.
Plessington, William, d. 1679. / [1679?] The speech of Mr. VVilliam Plessington, who was executed at Chester for being a priest of the Church of Rome, July 19, 1679
Pleydell, Josiah, d. 1707. / [1682] Loyalty and conformity asserted, in two parts the first preached the seventh of August, 1681 ... : the second preached the sixteenth of October, 1681 ... / by Jos. Pleydell ...
Pleydell, William, b. 1601 or 2. / [Printed, 1641] The speech of Master Plydell, Esquire: concerning the church, Febr. 8. 1641.:
Plimpton, John, fl. 1698. / [Printed 1698] Quakerism the mystery of iniquity discovered in a brief dialogue between a Christian & a Quaker: By way of supplement to my former papers exhibited in Dublin against them, in two of the most important particulars charg'd upon them; viz. the holy Scriptures, and our Lord Jesus Christ; in which it doth most evidently appear, that both are denied by them, in a true, Christian, and proper sense. / By John Plimpton.
Pliny, the Elder. / [1585] The secrets and wonders of the world. A booke right rare and straunge, containing many excellent properties, giuen to man, beastes, foules, fishes and serpents, trees, plants &c. Abstracted out of that excellent naturall historiographer Plinie. Translated out of French into English.
Pliny, the Younger. / [Printed in the yeare 1644. i.e. 1645] Pliny's panegyricke:: a speech in Senate: wherein publike thankes are presented to the Emperour Traian, / by C. Plinius Cæcilius Secundus Consul of Rome. Translated out of the originall Latin, illustrated with annotations, and dedicated to the prince, by Sr Rob. Stapylton Knight, Gent. in Ordinary of the Privy Chamber to His Highnesse.
Plockhoy, Pieter Corneliszoon, fl. 1659. / [1659] The way to the peace and settlement of these nations,: fully discovered in two letters, delivered to his late Highnesse, and one to the present Parliament, as also one to his Highnesse Richard Lord Protector, of England, Scotland, and Ireland, &c. Wherein the liberty of speaking ... is opposed against Antichrist, for the procuring of his downfall, who will not grant the same to others; and now published to awaken the publick spirits in England, and to raise up an universal magistrate in Christendome, that will suffer all sorts of people, (of what religion soever they are) in any one countrey, as God (the great magistrate) suffers the same in all countreys of the world. By Peter Cornelius, Van Zurick-Zee, a lover of truth and peace.
Plockhoy, Pieter Corneliszoon, fl. 1659. / [1660] An invitation to the aforementioned society, or little common-wealth shewing the excellency of the true Christian love and the folly of all those who consider not to what end the Lord of heaven and earth hath created them.
Plot, Robert, 1640-1696. / [1674?] Quær's to be propounded to the most ingenious of each county in my travels through England.
Plot, Robert, 1640-1696. / [1686] The natural history of Stafford-shire by Robert Plot ...
Plot, Robert, 1640-1696. / [1677] The natural history of Oxford-shire,: being an essay toward the natural history of England. / By Robert Plot ...
Plowden, Edmund, 1518-1585. / [1650] An exact abridgment in English, of The commentaries, or reports of the learned and famous lawyer, Edmond Plowden, an apprentice of the common law.: Concerning diverse cases and matters in law, and the arguments thereupon; in the times of the reignes of King Edward the Sixth, Queen Mary, King Philip, and Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, with the exceptions to the pleadings, and answers thereunto; the resolutions of the matters in law, and all other principall matters arising upon the same. By F.H. of the Inner Temple London, Esq;
Plummer, Gaven. / [1700?] Information for Gaven Plummer cashier to the Indian and African Company. Against John Lord Belhaven:
Plummer, Timothy. / [1622] The fauourite: or, A plaine demonstration from Holy Scripture of Gods especiall loue to the righteous, in a sermon preached at S. Andrewes in Norwich, the 18. of Nouemb. 1611. since enlarged and newly published for the comfort of Gods people. By Timo: Plummer preacher of Gods word.
Plunket, Oliver, Saint, 1629-1681. / [1681] The last speech of Mr. Oliver Plunket, titular Primate of Ireland who was executed at Tyburn on Friday the 1st of this instant July, 1681 written by his own hand.
Plunket, Oliver, Saint, 1629-1681. / [1681] The last speech and confession of Oliver Plunket, titular Primate of Ireland with an account of his behavior in Newgate, since his condemnation : and also of Edward Fitz-Harris : at their execution at Tyburn, upon Fryday, July 1, 1681, for high treason, in conspiring the death of the King, &c.
Plunket, Thomas, b. 1625. / [1690] The character of a good army &c. being a few hints touching the gallantry and fidelity of an army in the late wars who gave the sole honour and glory of all their atchievments [sic] to God alone, whom they exalted daily in these self-denying expressions / written by Capt. Tho. Plunket.
Plunket, Thomas, b. 1625. / [1689] The general exercise ordered by His Highness the Prince of Orange, to be punctually observed of all the infantry in service of the States General of the United Provinces being a most worthy compendium, very useful for all persons concerned in that noble exercise of arms.
Plunket, Thomas, b. 1625. / [1689] The character of a good commander together with a short commendation of the famous Artillery (more properly military) Company of London : also a brief encomium on the great duke and worthy prince, Elector of Brandenbourg : lastly, plain dealing with treacherous dealers : wherenuto [sic] is annexed the general exercise of the Prince of Orange's army / by Captain Tho. Plunket.
Plunkett, Richard, 17th cent. / [1642] The newest and best newes from Ireland.: Being a true relation of a bloody battell, wherein 18000. of the rebells were slaine by the great valour of the English and Scots, under the command of the Right Honorable, the L. Dungarvan. Generall Lesley. Sir Simon Harcourt. Sir Wil. Coortee. Sir Charles Lucas. Mr. Francis Moore. Expressed in a letter sent from Colonel Plunquet, Lieutenant generall of the province of Lemster, to the Lord Phelom O-Neale, Generall of the Rebells. Lemster, February 13. 1641. The number of our men there slaine, is not yet certainly knowne.
Plutarch. / [1561 (7 June)] Three [morall] treatises no lesse pleasau[nt] than necessary for all men to read[e,] wherof the one is called the learned prince, the other the fruites of foes, the thyrde the porte of rest.
Plutarch. / [MDCXCI 1691] Plutarch's morals. Part 5. translated from the Greek by several hands.
Plutarch. / [Anno. 1567] The amorous and tragicall tales of Plutarch wherevnto is annexed the hystorie of Cariclea & Theagenes, and the sayings of the Greeke philosophers. Translated by Ia. Sanford.
Plutarch. / [MDCXCI 1691] Plutarch's morals. Part 4. translated from the Greek by several hands.
Plutarch. / [MDCXCI 1691] Plutarch's morals. Part 2. translated from the Greek by several hands.
Plutarch. / [1601] Inimicus amicus an excellent treatise, shewing, how a man may reape profit by his enemy.