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Smalbroke, Thomas. / [1695] The judgment of the fathers concerning the doctrine of the Trinity opposed to Dr. G. Bull's Defence of the Nicene faith : Part I. The doctrine of the Catholick Church, during the first 150 years of Christianity, and the explication of the unity of God (in a Trinity of Divine Persons) by some of the following fathers, considered.
Smallwood, Allan, 1608-1686. / [1665] A sermon preached at Carlisle, Aug. 17, 1664 by A. Smalwood ...
Smallwood, Allan, 1608-1686. / [1667] A reply to a pamphlet called, Oaths no gospel-ordinance, &c.: Wherein a sermon preached at Carlisle, Aug. 17. 1664. with all the arguments therein produced (to prove that our Saviour did not forbid all swearing) is fully vindicated ... / By Alan Smalwood ...
Smalwood, George, 1604-1679. / [1661] Ergon pseudous kai misthos alåetheias, or, The wicked mans sad disappointment and the righteous mans sure recompence being a sermon preached the 17th day of October, 1661, at the solemn funerals of the Right Worshipful Sir Abraham Raynardson, Knight, late alderman of London / by George Smalwood.
Smalwood, James, d. 1719. / [1695] A sermon preached before the King at Mont-St.-Andre-Camp, June 29, 1694 by James Smalwood ...
Smalwood, James, d. 1719. / [1699] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, on Wednesday the 5th of April, 1699 being a solemn day of fasting for imploring a blessing on His Majesty and all his dominions, and for averting those judgments we most justly deserve, and for the distressed Protestants abroad / by James Smalwood ...
Smalwood, James, d. 1719. / [1696] A sermon preach'd at St. James's Church, Westminster, April 2, 1696, upon the discovery of the late horrid conspiracy against the person of our gracious King William by James Smalwood ...
Smart, Peter, 1569-1652? / [1643] A short treatise of altars, altar-furniture, altar-cringing, and musick of all the quire, singing-men and choristers, when the holy Communion was administered in the cathedrall church of Durham by prebendaries and petty-canons, in glorious copes embroidered with images, 1629 / written at the same time by Peter Smart ...
Smart, Peter, 1569-1652? / [1628] The vanitie & downe-fall of superstitious Popish ceremonies, or, A sermon preached in the cathedrall church of Durham by one Mr. Peter Smart, a præbend there, July 27. 1628 : containing not onely an historicall relation of all those severall Popish ceremonies and practises which Mr. Iohn Cosens hath lately brought into the said cathedrall church: but likewise a punctuall confutation of them; especially of erecting altars, and cringing to them, (a practise much in vse of late) and of praying towards the east.
Smart, Peter, 1569-1652? / [1642] A catalogve of superstitons innovations in the change of services and ceremonies, of presumptuous irregularities, and transgressions, against the Articles of Religion, Act of Parliament for uniformity, canons, advertisements, injunctions, and homilies and lastly, of sundry perjurious violations of the locall statutes of Durham Cathedrall church, which the dean and presendaries, and all other members of the said church, took their corporall oaths, to observe, and obey, at their admittance and installation, according to that in the 13. Chap. De admissione Canonicorum ... / opposed by Peter Smart ...
Smart, Peter, 1569-1652? / [printed, 1643] Canterburies crueltie covvorking vvith his prelaticall brethren, in the persecuting of Peter Smart, and other godly Protestants, for withstanding their superstitious proceedings in the bringing of innovation into the church. With their insulting treachery secretly wrought against his Majesty, our religion, lives, and liberties. Humbly presented to the consideration of the right honorable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled By Peter Smart.
Smart, quack doctor. / [1665?] Smart's aurum purgans.:
Smart, Roger. / [1667 i.e. 1647] A copy of a letter from the Generals Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax his quarrers [sic];: concerning the armies not disbanding; the votes of the Councell of War, and the proceedings of the committees of the souldiers. With the answer to the Parliame[n]ts message of sending for the monies [b]ack again: and the proceedings of the Committee of Lords and Commons, with the army.
Smith, Benjamin, 1642 or 3-1714. / [1675] A Christian's work and time of working. In a sermon preached on the death of Mr. John Sorrel the younger, of Hyde-Hall in Great Waltham in the county of Essex. By Benjamin Smith, vicar there.
Smith, Benjamin, fl. 1681. / [1682] A sermon preached July 17, 1681, at the assizes in Huntingdon before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Baron Mountague and Mr. Justice Windham, judges of the assize / by Benjamin Smith, Rector of Boxworth, in Cambridge-shire.
Smith, Edward, 1620 or 21-1682. / [1660] A sermon preached at the funeral oe [sic] the incomparably vertuous and truly pious gentlewoman Mrs. Dorothy Litster.: By Edward Smith.
Smith, Edward, poore penitent prisoner. / [ca. 1625] The wofull lamentation of Edward Smith: a poore penitent prisoner in the iayle of Bedford, which he wrote a short time before his death. To the tune of, Dainty come thou to me.
Smith, Francis, d. 1688. / [1679] Some observations upon the late tryals of Sir George Wakeman, Corker and Marshal [i.e. William Cuthbert Wall], &c. by Tom Tickle-foot the taborer, late clerk to Justice Clodpate.
Smith, Francis, d. 1688. / [1679] Clod-pate's ghost, or, A dialogue between Justice Clod-Pate and his [quondam] clerk honest Tom Ticklefoot wherein is faithfullly related all the news from purgatory, about Ireland, Langhorn, &c / the author, T.T.
Smith, Francis, fl. 1657-1689. / [1660] Symptomes of growth & decay to godlinesse: in LX. signs of a living and dying Christian. With the causes of decay, and remedies for recovery. / By Francis Smith.
Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. / [1643] Great Britains misery; with the causes and cure.: Described first, as it is from the justice of God the authour, who is now in controversie with the inhabitants of the land for sin: especially for eight capitall crimes, all which are aggravated by sundry circumstances. Secondly, the injustice and malice of the instruments of this misery, Satan and his agents: their main aime, and particular ends, moving them therunto. Vindicating, plainly and fully, (by way of answer to severall objections) the lawfulnesse and necessity of raising arms by the Parliament, and kingdom; for the defence of the King, kingdom, religion, laws, and known rights of the subject: against that viperous generation of papists, atheists, delinquents, and licentious men, who have at once invaded all. ... / By G.S. Gent. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford.
Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. / [1645] Englands pressures: or, The peoples complaint,: humbly related, for information and for satisfaction of the grounds and causes thereof, and communicated to the inhabitants of England, in the severall cities and counties of the kingdome. Also, a short reprehension to factious, seditious sinners, with a Christian exhortation to reformation, to brotherly unitie and concord, and conscionable performance of covenant, by assurance of Gods blessing, a glorious deliverance, with establishment of truth and peace to the three kingdomes. / By George Smith, Gent. Imprimatur John Downame.
Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. / [1648] England and Scotland united, disjoyned. Or, A gentle corosive, and healing plaister, applied to two dying kingdoms: with some balsamum for wounded Ireland;: humbly presented to both kingdoms, and communicated to all good subjects, that wish peace and good to the kingdoms, or to either of them. Wherein is represented, the grievances of the people, and their several murmurings. By Ethog Grimes Gent.
Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. / [1646] An alarum:: to the last warning peece to London by way of answer: discovering the danger of sectaries suffered: and the necessity of order, and vniformity to bee established. Wherein the Presbiterian way of government, and the Independant liberty, is compared.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1610] Tvvo sermons preached by Master Henry Smith: with a prayer for the morning thereunto adioyned. And published by a more perfect copy then heeretofore
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1592] Sixe sermons: preached by Maister Henry Smith at Clement Danes Church without Temple barre. VVith tvvo prayers of the same author hereunto annexed.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1607] Two sermons, of Ionahs punishment ; Foure sermons preached by Maister Henry Smith ; and published by a more perfect copie then heretofore.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1598] Twelve sermons preached by maister Henry Smith. And published by a more perfect copie then heretofore
Smith, Henry, d. 1702. / [1686] The last sermon of Mr. Henry Smith sometime Master of Arts in Christ-Church College in Oxford, & late minister in Sallop. With his earnest invitations to the Sacrament of the Lords Supper. And directions to young beginners that they may be fitted for that Holy Communion, and receive it with profit. 2. His holy and pious sayings in general, necessary for all persons. 3. Instructions for young people, exhorting them to obedience, and duty towards their parents. 4. The sad effects of disobedience, in the examples of many wicked and unnatural children, who ame [sic] to untimely ends. With prayers suitable to divers occasions, by the same author. Published for the instruction and benefit of all Christian people. Licensed and entred according to order.
Smith, Hugh. / [Printed in the year 1677] An apology for, or vindication of the oppressed persecuted ministers & professors of the Presbyterian Reformed Religion, in the Church of Scotland emitted in the defence of them, and the cause for which they suffer: & that for the information of ignorant, the satisfaction and establishment of the doubtful, the conviction (if possible) of the malicious, the warning of our rulers, the strengthening & comforting of the said sufferers under their present pressurs & trials. Being their testimony to the covenanted work of reformation in this church, and against the present prevailing corruptions and course of defection therefrom. Prestat sero, quáam nunquam sapere.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1656] A warning to the priests, magistrates, rulers, and inhabitants of Exon. thay they may forsake the wrath at hand, with none of the effects of the priests ministery in Devonshire, whose fruits have exceeded many, and are now brought to light, that the simple may return from them (who profit not) unto Christ the light, who teacheth all to profit, and is come to teach.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1660] The vision of Humphrey Smith, which he saw concerning London, in the fifth month, in the year 1660 being not long after her King came to her.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] The true and everlasting rule from God discovered and that which proveth all things, published from the spirit of truth, to the which rule the Scriptures also beareth testimony, that all the simple and honest-hearted may see what rule they are to walk by to come to perfect peace and rest with God for evermore : with an addition (to the former) wherein is also shewed, what that is in man which is not to be his guide nor rule : also, a testimony of the true prophet ... / by a servant of the Lord, & sufferer for his truth ... called Humphrey Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [printed in the 11th moneth, 1658] To the musicioners, the harpers, the minstrels, the singers, the dancers, the persecutors; from one who loved dancing and musick as his life, which being parted with, and the light being come, which was before these things, in which they are all seen, and from it is declared, the ground, foundation, beginning, and father, and children, and compass, and end, and the effects of all the harpers, mucisioners [sic], singers and dancers: who may reade what I have learned, who have tryed their wayes, and also searched into the things of God, and declare this according to Scripture, and have found the joy which man cannot take away, in which I rejoyce for ever, because the marriage of the Lamb is come.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1662?] To the meek and open hearted lambes, and flock of heaven, in meekness of love, with greetings of peace from the seat of infinite mercy;: tendered unto and sent to be read among them all, who live in the humble state.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1660] To all that want peace with God to the sheep everywhere not brought home, ... plainly published, concerning the way of life, and of the gradual comings forth of death through law ... / ... Humphry Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1662] This is to all deer friends who keep faithful in their measures to the end
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] The sounding voyce of the dread of Gods mighty power to all the iudges and rulers of the earth, who rise up against the Lamb, and to Gog, Magog, and all their armies, and to the whole host of the power of darkness, and to all men, who fight against God, who, or whatsoever they be (or whatsoever they are called).
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1662] Sound things asserted first in the Kings own words, secondly from late experience, thirdly from Scipture truth, fourthly according to reason and equity : and certain things opened ... by way of inquiry thereupon ... being intended for the good of the King ... and all persons under him ... / by ... Humphery Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [Printed in the yeer, 1656] Something further laid open of the cruel persecution of the people called Quakers by the magistrates and people of Evesham.:
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [in the yeare, 1660] A sad and mournfull lamentation for the people of these nations, but especially for the priests, and leaders of them; and the more because of that which is coming to passe.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1661] The meditations of a humble heart written only for Friends, who can read it.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1662?] A paper shewing who are the true spouse of Christ and who are not
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [The 11th. month 1658] Man driven out of the earth and darkness, by the light, life, and mighty hand of God where in plain and simple truths are brought to light, that so the cause of stumbling may be taken from before the eyes of the rulars ... / written ... from their friend ... called of men Humphery Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] Idolatry declared against by a servant of the Living God, a sufferer for the testimony of His Name in the common goal at Winchester, Humphry Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] Hidden things made manifest by the light in a plain distinction between condemnation and temptation : wherein is shewed how the rightetous law of God is ministered upon the transgressor, and how it is to be by all received and continued under, through it, as a schoolmaster to come to Christ, by him to have the sin done away forever : also of temptation, what it is, and how it may be known and discerned from condemnation, that out of temptation man may be delivered and kept with the light of Christ, who was tempted and did overcome : with a direction to them who profess the knowledge of the truth, and live not in the power of God, that they may know the entrance within the vail, where the temptations are overcome, and where the foolish virgins cannot enter / given forth for such who say they see, and yet their sin remaineth ... by a member of the church and body of Christ ... Humphrey Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] The fruits of unrighteousnes and injustice. Brought forth by John Bulkley, and Thomas Bowrman, and the rest of the rulers in Hampshire, against the innocent people of God called Quakers. Who in words and writings have often declared their unjust sufferings; as also at two sessions, and two general assizes holden at Winchester, requiring justice and equity, and their right and liberty in the nation; of the which being still most unjustly deprived, it is now publiquely declared, that they and others seeing their deeds of darknesse brought to light, may be warned, and learn to do justice, and to relieve the oppressed. Also the sounding voyce of the dread of Gods mighty power to all the judges and rulers of the earth, who rise up aginst the Lamb, and to all the host of powers of darknesse who fight against God. By the servants of Christ ... called Humphry Smith. Anthony Melledg. George Henderson. James Potter. Will: Baily. Daniel Baker. John Day. Winifred Newman.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1662] Forty four queries propounded to all the clergy-men of the liturgy by one whom they trained up in and according to the best things set forth in the Book of common-prayer concerning the which these queries are, for the satisfying of the unsatisfied, and for the uniting and preserving of peace among the people : wherein also first are shewed eleven reasons why these queries are proposed / written by one that hath learned, as he was taught, to forsake the Devil and all his works ... Humphrey Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1661] For the honour of the King and the great advancing thereof amongst men over all nations in the world in the ensuing proposals tending thereunto : stated in six particulars concerning the King's honour, by his subjects unity one with another, submission to all his laws, faithfulness unto him, uprightness in traffick with other nations, departing from that which dishonoureth both God and the king, being the peculiar people of God, and they having his spirit to counsel him / by Humphrey Smyth.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1657] The first and second priesthood declared according to the Scriptures,: that both priests, professors and people may come to see with the light of Christ, which priesthood this belongs to.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] Divine love spreading forth over all nations, or, The glorious day of unity, peace, and concord tendered unto all the meek of the earth given forth from a tender compassion to the captivated seed of the noble plant of renown ... / by Humphrey Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1659] The defence of Humphery Smith, Anthony Melledge, and William Bayley, against several false accusations cast upon them by John Bunkley, for which they yet remain in prison at Winchester:
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1655] The cruelty of the magistrates of Evesham, in Worcester-shire, or, Some further particulars of their dealings and proceedings at the late sessions, and othertimes, against those people, whom scornfully they call Quakers with a warning to the heads and rulers and all people of this nation / written from Evesham the 15 day of the 8 month, 1655.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1683] A collection of the several writings and faithful testimonies of that suffering servant of God, and patient follower of the Lamb, Humphry Smith who dyed a prisoner for the testimony of Jesus, in Winchester common-goal the 4th day of the 3d moneth in the year 1663.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1662] The cause of the long afflicted, and sore oppressed,: sent (in breif) [sic] from Winchester Prison, : being a copy of the Mittymus, whereby Humphrey Smith was again committed (into the place of his former long suffering, in the same streight unsavory prison,) with his answer (which was then sent back) thereunto. : As likewise a short relation from the rest of them called Quakers there. : Printed for the said sufferers.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1658] An alarm sounding forth unto all the inhabitants of the earth as a warning before the vials of everlasting wrath be poured forth upon them.
Smith, Humphry, b. 1654 or 5. / [1690] Two funeral sermons preached in St. Saviour's Church in Dartmouth. Together with a preface, giving some account of the reasons, why they are now made publick. By Humfry Smith, M.A. and vicar there. Licens'd, Feb. 23. 1689/90. Z. Isham.
Smith, Humphry, b. 1654 or 5. / [1698] A sermon preached in St. Saviour's Church in Dartmouth, July 24th. anno Dom. 1698. Together with some refections on the opinion of those, who affirm, that the only difference between the Church and the meeting-house, is that of a few ceremonies. In a letter to a friend. By Humfry Smith, M.A.
Smith, Jacob. / [1653] The full particulars of the last great and terrible sea-fight between the two great fleets of England and Holland, under the command of the Lord Gen. Monk, and the Lord Admiral Vantrump; on Friday, Saturday, & Sunday last: with the manner of this lamentable and bloudy engagement; the perfect narrative of each dayes action; and an exact list of the loss on both sides: together with the sinking of the Dutch Admiral; the blowing up of the famous Dolphin; the burning & taking of the 38 men of war more; the taking of standard, & 7 stately flags; the total routing and dispersing of 132 sail; the pursuing them close by Gen. Monk; and the burning of two gallant English ships.
Smith, James, 1645-1731. / [in the year, 1690] To my Lord Commissioner, his Grace, and the honourable estates of Parliament presently convened. The humble petition of Mr. James Smith.
Smith, John, d. 1684. / [1684] The last speech, confession and execution of John Smith alias Ashburnh am [sic] a notorious highway-man who was hang'd at Stampford-Hill, where he is to be hung up in chains: and Edward Jackson, who was drawn, and hang'd, at Tyburn, for high-treason, on Monday the 26th. of this instant May, 1684:
Smith, John, doctor in Physic. / [1656] A compleat practice of physick.: Wherein is plainly described, the nature, causes, differences, and signs, of all diseases in the body of man. VVith the choicest cures for the same. / By John Smith, Doctor in Physick.
Smith, John, fl. 1677. / [1677] The history of Joseph, or, A divine poem upon Joseph and his brethren: from the 37th of Genesis to the end, written exactly according to each chapter : to which is added a few other poems, the like never before, by John Smith ...
Smith, Lawrence, 1656-1728. / [1693] Conversation in Heaven. Being devotions; consisting of meditations and prayers on several considerable subjects in practical divinity. Written for the raising the decay'd spirit of piety. By Lawrence Smith, LL.D. Fellow of St. John's College in Oxford.
Smith, Mary, prisoner at Middlewich. / [Printed in the year 1667] These few lines are to all such as have an hand in persecuting the innocent people of God (called Quakers) for the exercise of their pure conscience towards God, whom Christ Jesus the Light hath redeemed, ...
Smith, Matthew, 1650-1736. / [1700] The true notion of imputed righteousness, and our justification thereby being a supply of what is lacking in the late book of that most learned person bishop Stillingfleet, which is a discourse for reconciling the dissenting parties in London; but dying before he had finished the two last and most desired chapters thereof, he hath left this main point therein intended, without determination. By the Reverend M.S. a country minister.
Smith, Matthew, fl. 1696. / [1700] Remarks upon the D--- of S---'s letter to the House of Lords concerning Capt. Smyth being a vindication of his services from the imputations therein laid upon them : with the D---'s letter at large : to which is added a list of those persons to whom warrants were granted to stay in England pursuant to a late act of Parliament / by Matthew Smyth ...
Smith, Mr. (John), 1662-1717. / [1691] Win her and take her, or, Old fools will be medling a comedy as it is acted at the Theatre-royall / by Their Majesties servants.
Smith, Nathaniel, d. 1668? / [1669] The Quakers spiritual court proclaim'd. Being an exact narrative of two several tryals had before that new-high-court of justice, at the Peele in St. John's Street; together with the names of the judges that sate in judgment, and of the parties concern'd in the said tryals: also sundry errors and corruptions, in principle and practice among the Quakers, which were never till now made known to the world. Also a direction to attain to be a Quaker, and profit by it. All which, with many new matters and things of remark among those men, are faithfully declared and testified. By Nathaniel Smith student in physick, who was himself a Quaker, and conversant among them for the space of about XIV. years.
Smith, Nicholas, d. 1680. / [Printed in the Yeer. 1652] Wonderfull prophecyes revealed to Nicholas Smith shoe-maker, living at Tillington neer Petworth in Sussex,: as he was about 30 years agoe in the house of one Vickers living in the Stert at Abbington in Barkshire; spoken to him by a man, whom he affirmeth as his Lord and Saviour, in the presence of the said Vickers (master of the inn) one Katharine Smith, one Carpenter's wife, and a maid-servant of the house, who all both saw the vision, and heard all the words of this prophesie. 1. Concerning his own life and conversation. 2. Concerning the Bible, and Book of Navigation. 3. Concerning the day of Restauration of the creatures, to be on New-years Day next, 1653. 4. Concerning this nation, and the whole world in generall. Manifested unto me Nicholas Smith on Matthias Day last, by a spirit from God; and am now come up to London to doe the work I am commanded, and lie at the signe of the Flying-Horse in Thames-street, where I will by the grace of God be ready to attest to the truth hereof with my life.
Smith, Nicholas, d. 1680. / [1653] A warning to the world,: being sundry strange prophecies revealed to Nicholas Smith, living at Tillington neer Petworth in Sussex, shoe-maker. As he was about thirty years since in the hous of one Vickers, living in the Stert at Abbington in Berkeshire, spoken to him by a man whom he affirmeth was his lord and saviour Jesus Christ; in the presence of the said Vickers (master of the inne) one Katherine Smith, one carpenter's wife, and a maid-servant of the house, who all both saw the vision, and heard all the words of this prophesie. 1. Concerning the restauration of the creatures. 2. Concerning the Bible, and all the bookes in the world. 3. Concerning my own life and conversation, 4. Concerning this particular nation, and the whole world besides. 5. Concerning things past, things present, and things to come. / Manifested by the spirit of God to me Nicholas Smith on Matthias day last, in obedience to whose blessed will and pleasure I am now come up to London to perform the work I am commanded, and lie at the sign of the Flying-horse in Thames-street neer Dowgate where I will (by the grace of God) be ready to attest the truth hereof with my life.
Smith, Nicholas, d. 1680. / [1675] A Sabbath of rest to be kept by the saints here, or, A treatise of the Sabbath, and such holy and religious duties as are required for the sanctification of it, the great Sabbath of rest that remaineth to be kept by God's saints hereafter delivered in divers sermons upon Heb. 4. 9. / by Nicholas Smith ...
Smith, Nicholas, d. 1680. / [1657] A description of the natural condition of being in the flesh. A sermon / preached by Nicholas Smyth ... And published at the request of some private friends for the publique good.
Smith, Peter, d. 1652? or 3? / [1644] A sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons, at their monethly fast, May 29. 1644.: By Peter Smith Doctor of Divinitie, minister of Gods Word at Barkway in Hertfordshire, and one of the Assembly of Divines.
Smith, Philip, d. 1664. / [MDCXLI. 1641] An honourable and worthy speech: spoken in the high court of Parliament by Mr. Smith of the Middle-Temple October 28. 1641. Concerning the regulating of the Kings Majesties prerogative and the liberties of the subjects. With a motion for the speedy redresse of all greevances under which the church and state doth lye.
Smith, Philip, d. 1664. / [1641] Mr. Smith's speech in Parliament made in the House of Commons on VVednesday the 29 of December, 1641 concerning the late tumultuous assemblies about the Parliament Houses.
Smith, R., of Richmond, Yorkshire. / [1648] Bloudy newes from the north, declaring the particulars of three severall fights, neer Carlisle, Berwick, and Scarbrough, between the English, Scots, and French, under the command of Lieu. Gen. Crumwell, Col. Gen. Lambert, Generall Monro, Col. Sir Tho: Tildsley Colonell Boynton, Major Sanderson, and Major Ashton. With the number killed and taken on each side, the routing of the French neer Scarbrough, the great blow given to the Scots neer Carlisle, Monro's retreating into Scotland with the remainder of his horse and foot, and the dispersing of Col. Tildsley's forces neer Berwick. Likewise, the marching of the English Army toward Scotland, and Lieu. Gen. Cromwels summons to the said kingdom.
Smith, Richard, 1500-1561. / [M.D.XL vii 1547] A brief treatyse settynge forth diuers truthes necessary both to be beleued of Chrysten people, & kepte also, whiche are not expressed in the Scripture but left to ye church by the apostles traditio[n] / made by Rychard Smyth ...
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563. / [mense Ianuarii anno. 1555] The seconde parte of the booke called a Bucklar of the Catholyke fayeth conteyninge seuen chapiters / made by Rychard Smyth doctoure of diuinitie of Oxforde, & reader of the same there.
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563. / [M.D.XLVIII. 1548] Of unwryten verytyes.
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563. / [Anno Domini M.D.XLVII. 1547] A playne declaration made at Oxforde the 24. daye of July, by mayster Richarde Smyth, Doctor of diuinite, vpon hys Retractation made [and] published at Paules crosse in London, in the yeare of our lorde God, D.D.xlvii. the xv. daye of May.
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563. / [Anno Domini M.D.XLVII. 1547] A godly and faythfull retractation made and published at Paules crosse in London, the yeare of oure lorde God 1547. the 15. daye of May, by mayster Richard Smyth Doctor of diuinitye, and reader of the Kynges maiestyes lecture in Oxford. Reuokyng therin certeyn errors and faultes by hym committyd in some of hys bookes.
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563. / [1550?] A confutation of a certen booke, called a defence of the true, and Catholike doctrine of the sacrame[n]t, &c. sette fourth of late in the name of Thomas Archebysshoppe of Canterburye. By Rycharde Smyth, Docter of diuinite, and some tyme reader of the same in Oxforde
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563. / [1546] A defence of the blessed masse, and the sacrifice therof prouynge that it is auayleable both for the quycke and the dead and that by Christes owne and his apostles ordynaunce, made [and] set forth by Rycharde Smyth doctour in diuinitie, and reader of ye kynges highnes lesson of diuinitie, in his maiesties vniuersitie of Oxforde. Wherin are dyuers doubtes opened, as it were by the waye, ouer and aboue the principall, and cheyfe matter.
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563. / [1554] A bouclier of the catholike fayth of Christes church: conteynyng diuers matters now of late called into controuersy, by the newe gospellers. Made by Richard Smith, doctour of diuinitee, [and] the Quenes hyghnes reader of the same I her graces vniuersite of oxford.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [1629] A treatise of the sacrament of the confirmation wherein is shewed the necessary spirituall profit, and excellencie of this sacrament. Composed by W.R.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [Printed An. 1651] A treatise of the best kinde of confessors: by which preists [sic] in England may see how they may be, and lay Catholiks see how they may chuse the best kinde of confessors / composed by the most reverend father in God, Richard, bishop of Chalcedon, pastor of the Catholike in England.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [1609] The prudentiall ballance of religion wherin the Catholike and protestant religion are weighed together with the weights of prudence, and right reason. The first part, in which the foresaide religions are weighed together with the weights of prudence and right reason accordinge to their first founders in our Englishe nation, S. Austin and Mar. Luther. And the Catholike religion euidently deduced through all our kings and archbishopps of Canterburie from S. Austin to our time, and the valour and vertue of our kings, and the great learninge and sanctitie of our archbishopps, together with diuers saints and miracles which in their times proued the Catholike faith; so sett downe as it may seeme also an abridgement of our ecclesiasticall histories. With a table of the bookes and chapters conteyned in this volume.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [1645] Of the distinction of fvndamental and not fvndamental points of faith devided into two bookes, in the first is shewed the Protestants opinion touching that distinction, and their uncertaintie therin : in the second is shewed and proued the Catholick doctrin touching the same / by C.R.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [M.DC.XXI. 1621] Of the author and substance of the protestant church and religion two bookes. Written first in Latin by R.S. Doctour of Diuinity, and now reuiewed by the author, and translated into English by VV. Bas.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [1631] A conference of the Catholike and Protestante doctrine with the expresse words of Holie Scripture. Which is the second parte of the prudentiall balance of religion. : VVherein is clearely shewed, that in more than 260 points of controuersie, Catholicks agree with the Holie Scripture, both in words and sense: and Protestants disagree in both, and depraue both the sayings, words, and sense of Scripture. / Written first in Latin, but now augmented and translated into English.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [M. DC. LIII. 1653] Of the al-svfficient external proposer of matters of faith. Devided into tvvo bookes: In the first. Is proved, that the true church of God, is the al-sufficient external proposer of matters of faith. In the second. Is shewed the manifold uncertanities of Protestants concerning the scripture: and how scripture is, or is not, an entire rule of faith. By C. R. doctor of diuinitie.
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [M.DC.XXVII. 1627] The life of the most honourable and vertuous lady the Lady Magdalen Viscountesse Montague / written ... by Richard Smith. And now translated into English, by C. F[ursdon]..
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [imprinted 1652] An historical epistle of the great amitie and good offices betvvixt the popes of Rome, and kings of Great Britanie. Written to King Iames soone after his coming into England. / By Richard Smith ...
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [M.DC.V. 1605] An answer to Thomas Bels late challeng named by him The dovvnfal of popery wherin al his arguments are answered, his manifold vntruths, slaunders, ignorance, contradictions, and corruption of Scripture, & Fathers discouered and disproued: with one table of the articles and chapter, and an other of the more markable things conteyned in this booke. VVhat controuersies be here handled is declared in the next page. By S.R.
Smith, Robert, 17th cent. / [Printed in the yeare, MDC.XLIIII. 1644] Iusticia presiigiosa [sic], or Iudges turned iuglers supplicating for the common good, the House of Commons in Parliament, against a greevance, none more common by contempt of their just order, and for vindication of their iustice, and traduced by these desperate malignants into injustice, and despicable imposture, by colour of executing such order, whereof there will need no other constat (sic) then their owne records, digested into eight articles of impeachment. In this petition annexed. Discite Iusticaiam moniti, &c.
Smith, Robert, d. 1555. / [1681] The exhortation of Mr. Rogers to his children, which he wrote a few days before his burning; being martyred in Queen Mary's days: Being gody admonitions, fit for a Christian to follow.
Smith, Robert, fl. 1685. / [anno Dom. 1685] Satans temptation, and Gods preservation: or Satans policy and Gods mercy: most lively and amply set forth in the discovery of the several temptations, desertions, troubles, and afflictions, that have accompanied the life of Robert Smith of Ludshelf, alias Litchfield, in the county of Southampton, gent. Wherein is discovered the method that Satan took in the several gradations thereof. With an accompt of the life of the author. Published for the benefit, comfort, and support, of any of Gods servants, that now are, or shall be, cast into such a deplorable condition.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1658] A patern of free grace, or, The exceeding riches of the free grace and mercy of God in Christ to believing and repenting sinners by the example of that admirable convert, or rather miraculous mirror of Gods wonderful love and mercy in saving the repenting thief on the cross : wherein is excellently handled the doctrine of true repentance, the exceeding sinfulness of sin, with the desperate danger of final impenitency, with the certainty of Salvation to repenting sinners by Christ / by Samuel Smith.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1617.] The great assize, or, Day of iubilee. Deliuered in foure sermons, vpon the 20. chapter of the Reuel. ver. 12.13.14.15. : Whereunto are annexed two sermons vpon the I. chapter of the Canticles, verse 6.7. / [By] Samuel Smith, minister of the work of God at Prittlewell in Essex..
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1619] Noahs doue, or Tydings of peace to the godly. A comfortable sermon preached at a funerall. By Samuel Smith minister of Gods word at Prittlewel in Essex.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1656] Moses his prayer. Or, An exposition of the nintieth Psalme.: In which is set forth, the frailty and misery of mankind; most needfull for these times. Wherein [brace] 1. The sum and scope. 2. The doctrines. 3. The reasons. 4. The uses of most texts are observed. / By Samuel Smith, minister of the Gospel, author of Davids repentance and the Great assize, and yet living.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1616] An exposition vpon the sixt chapter of the prophesie of Hosea. VVherein is set down the true repentance of the godly, as also the hypocriticall repentance of the wicked; most needfull for these times. Wherein 1. The summe and scope. 2. The doctrines. 3. The reasons. 4. The vses. Of most texts are obserued. First preached by Samuel Smyth minister of Roxwel in Essex, and now by him published, intending the further good of his charge, and the profit of as many as shall please to read it. Seene and allovved.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1632] The Ethiopian eunuchs conuersion. Or, The summe of thirtie sermons vpon part of the eight chapter of the Acts. By Samuel Smith, minister of the word.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1614] Dauids repentance, or, A plaine and familiar exposition of the 51 psalme first preached and now published for the benefite of Gods church : wherein euery faithfull Christian may see before his eyes the patterne of vnfeigned repentance, whereby we may take heed of the falling into sinne againe.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1616] Dauids blessed man: or, A short exposition vpon the first Psalme, directing a man to true happinesse. Wherein the estate and condition of all man-kinde is laid downe, both for this life, and that which is to come.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1620] Christs Last Supper or the doctrine of the Sacrament of Christs Supper, set forth in fiue sermons. Wherein is taught the great necessitie of a godly preparation, before men come to the Sacrament. Wherein it doth consist: with the condemnation threatned against the vnvvorthy receiuer of the same. By Samuel Smith, minister of Gods word at Prittlewell, in Essex.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1685] The Christians guide to devotion: with rules and directions for the leading an holy life : as also meditations and prayers suitable to all occasions / S. Smith.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1632] The admirable convert: or the miraculous conuersion of the thiefe on the crosse. With the finall impenitency of the other. By Samuel Smith, minister of the word of God.
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1695/6 i.e. 1696] A true account of the behaviour of Thomas Randal, who was executed at Stone-Bridge, for killing the Quaker, on Wednesday the 29th of this instant January 1695/6. : On the Lord's Day, after the condemnation of the criminals, the ordinary preacht on this text, viz. Psal. XC. Vers. 11. Who knows the power of thy anger?
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1690] A true account of the behaviour, confeesion (sic), and last dying speeches of the seven criminals that were executed at Tyburn, on Friday the ninth of May, 1690
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1690?] A true account of the behaviour, confession, and last dying speeches of the 15 criminals that were executed on Monday the 22th of December, 1690
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1690] A true account of the behaviour, confession and last dying speeches of the six criminals that were executed at Tyburn on Friday, the 12th of September, 1690
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1685] The true account of the behaviour and confessions of the condemned criminals in Newgate viz. Samuel Presby, Richard Hooker, Edward Linsy, Robert Nichols, Thomas Crompton, Mary Fisher, Thomas Gardner, Richard Jones, Katharine Brown, Matthew Morgan, Mary Collwood, Ann Davis : of which Samuel Presby, Richard Hooker, Thomas Crompton, were executed at Tyburn, and Edward Linsy on Tower-hill : as also Henry Cornish (who was executed in Cheapside) and Elizabeth Gaunt, was likewise executed October 23d, 1685, she being burnt for high-treason, at Tyburn.
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1695/6 i.e. 1696] A true account of the behaviour of Thomas Randal, who was executed at Stone-bridge, for killing the Quaker, on Wednesday the 29th of this instant January 1695[/]6:
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1689] A true account of the behaviour and confession of the nine criminals that were executed at Tyburn on Friday the 31st of May 1689 whose names are as follows, viz. Charles Hughes, Jacob Turner, William Bird, Charles Lee, Edward Sibley, William Miller, Richard Bullen, Thomas Watkins, James Felton.
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1686] The true account of the behaviour and confession of the criminals, condemned on Thursday the 15th day of April, 1686 at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly viz. Peter Lary, John Toy, Elizabeth Churchill, John Crofts, John Steers, and Rebeckah Rose, of which Peter Lary was this present Wednesday the 21st of April, executed at Tyburn, and the other five repriev'd.
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1680] Light out of darkness in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Clayton, Kt., Lord Mayor of the city of London, in Guild-hall Chappel, the 26th of Sept. 1680 : wherein are contained, rules how to support our selves under dark providences, when they seem to supercede divine promises : also, directions how to obtain a prospect of serene and happy times / by Samuel Smith ...
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1675] The character of a weaned Christian, or, The evangelical art of promoting self-denial being an essay, alluding to the severities and advantages of infant-weaning, both pleasant and profitable / by S. S., ...
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1684] The behaviour of John Hutchins in Newgate: together with his dying words as he was going to be executed in Fleet- Street on Wednesday the 17th of December, 1684, for murdering of John Sparks, a waterman, near Serjeants-Inn, London, on Wednesday the 3d of December.
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1684] The behaviour of Edward Kirk after his condemnation for murdering his wife with the advice and prayers which he left with the ordinary, desiring him to publish the same for the reclaiming of vicious youth : together vvith the behaviour of the other condemned malefactors in Newgate.
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. / [1679] An account of the behaviour of the fourteen late popish malefactors whil'st in Newgate and their discourses with the Ordinary ... : also a confutation of their appeals, courage, and cheerfulness at execution / by Samuel Smith ...
Smith, Samuel, Waggon master. / [1642] The last ioyfull newes from Ireland.: Wherein is related, a most famous and victorious battell between the Protestants and the rebels, at Kilrush in the county of Kildare: at which place the English with 3000 foot and horse, valiantly set upon the enemies, being 12000 in number, killed neere upon 600 of them, tooke abundance of armes and ammunition from them, and brought 3 heads of their chiefe commanders to Dublin. Whereunto is added a letter sent from the Right Honourable Earle of Ormond and Offory, to his much honoured uncle, Sir Robert Poyntz, shewing the true estate of the Kingdome of Ireland at this present, received June 21. 1642. Also an order of both Houses of Parliament, whereby Captaine Burrell, Thomas Lloyd, Gentleman, Iohn Smith, and Francis Dowet of London, gentleman, are appointed and approved of, to be commissaries to inroll and value the horse and armes, to be raised according to the propositions. Iohn Browne Cleric. Parliament.
Smith, Sebastian, b. 1677 or 8. / [1700?] The religious impostor: or, The life of Alexander a sham-prophet, doctor and fortune-teller. Out of Lucian. Dedicated to Doctor S-lm-n, and the rest of the new religious fraternity of free-thinkers, near Leather-Sellers-Hall. By Sebastian Smith, Esq.
Smith, Simon, Agent for the Royall Fishing. / [1641] A true narration of the royall fishings of Great Brittaine and Ireland.: Instituted Anno 1632, and prosecuted by the Right Honourable, Philip, Earle of Pembrook and Montgomery, and his associats, untill Anno 1640, from the river of Thames. Whereunto is added a discovery of new trades, for the employing of all the poore people and vagrants in the kingdomes. / By Simon Smith, agent for the royall fishing.
Smith, Simon, Agent for the Royall Fishing. / [1661] A narrative of the royal fishings of Great Britain and Ireland with busses for pickled herrings and barrel-cod, after the manner of the Hollanders. With further discoveries and helps for the management thereof in a profitable way for the undertakers. Published for the satisfaction of all therein concern'd.
Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. / [1679] The true light discovered to all who desire to walk in the day in several little treatises / written by that faithful member of the true church of Christ Jesus (deceased) Stephen Smith.
Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. / [1670] A trumpet sounded in the ears of persecutors with lowing of oxen and cows, bleating of sheep, neighing of horses, ratlings [sic] of pots, kettles, skillets, dishes and pans taken from innocent people for confessing Christ Jesus, Gods everlasting way out of evil ... / [by] Stephen Smith.
Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. / [Printed in the year 1668] A testimony for the truth and against deceit and deceivers: with a reproof unto those who are not faithful to the truth which they are convinced of / By Stephen Smith.
Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. / [1676] Some reasons against paying tythes and upholding that ministry that doth receive the same: written in love to the truth, and for the sake thereof, and in love to my neighbours, Stephen Smith.
Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. / [1673] The blessed works of the light of God's holy and blessed spirit exalted above the works of darkness with some informations how to escape out of sin and iniquity, and a clear way discovered into the truth : with a short testimony of the cry of Babylon's merchants by reason of the day that is coming upon them / [by] Stephen Smith.
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1660] [An elegy on the death of Henry, duke of Gloucester]:
Smith, Thomas, fl. 1600-1627. / [1627] Certain additions to the booke of gunnery, with a supply of fire-workes all done by the former author Thomas Smith ... ; both pleasant and profitable.
Smith, Thomas, of St. Alban's. / [1647] The armies last propositions to the commons of England:: wherein they declare, their further resolution, touching the confines of London, and their marching up towards the said city; for the setling of His Majesty in his royall palace at Westminster, and securing of the rights, liberties, and peace of the kingdome. June 28. 1647. Printed and published, to be communicated to the free-borne subjects within the kingdome of England, and principality of Wales.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [in the Year, 1659] Some queries propounded to this professing generation the people called Baptists, or any of the professors upon the earth for them to answer, and heedfully to weigh and consider:
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1659] The ravenous beast discovered and the devourer pursued: in a short account truly stated for the unjust proceedings and cruel dealings by Dove Williamson, priest of Elton in the county of Nottingham, against William Claytor of the same town / [by] William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] A short manifestation of the main end of outward government.:
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] A manifestation of prayer in formality, and prayer in the spirit of God.:
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1658] The lying spirit in the mouth of the false prophet made made manifest, who seeks to pervert the right way of the Lord, and openth his mouth against the lord of life, and denies his light within, as appeareth in a book, entituled, The doctrine of the light within ... set forth by ... Henock Hovvet ... Some things therein being here answered in the light of the Lord ... Declared in the movings of the Lord for the truths sake, and that all deceit might be made manifest. / By one who is a lover of all those who love truth in the inward part. W. S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] Liberty of conscience pleaded by several weighty reasons on the behalf of the people of God called Quakers and also on behalf of others whose consciences are tender towards God : with a tender message of love unto the King / written by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] A free flowing of the father's love to the heirs of the kingdom, with all that are seeking the peace and righteousness of it:
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1669] A few words unto a particular people:
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1667?] An epistle to Friends.:
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1661] A Christian life manifested: wherein is shewed who they are which follow the lamb in meekness and patience.
Smith, William, Priest. / [anno 1625] Qvi non credit condemnabitvr Marc. 16. Or A discourse prouing, that a man who beleeueth in the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Passion &c. & yet beleeueth not all other inferiour articles of Christian fayth, cannot be saued: And consequently, that both the Catholike, and the Protestant (seeing the one necessarily wanteth true fayth) cannot be saued. Written by William Smith, Priest.
Smith, William, Rector of Bitterley. / [1684] A just account of the horrid contrivance of John Cupper, and Judith Brown, his servant, in poysoning his wife: who were tryed at the assizes held at Shrewsbury, the 21st. day of July, 1684 : Cupper to be hang'd in chains, and Judith Brown to be burnt : together with their dying confessions / published by me William Smith, Rector of Bitterly, their minister, to prevent false reports.
Smith, William, soldier. / [1644] A relation and vindication of one William Smith, alias, Dowsing, a souldier in service of the state against Iohn Wilson and Captaine Edward Story, his adversaries.: Who surreptiously, and maliciously, by false information, obtained a commission of bankrupt against him in his absence. And the wisedome, equitie, and impartiallity of the Right Honourable Henry, Earl of Kent, Oliver, Earle of Bullingbrooke; and the other commissioners for the custody of the great Seale of England, in calling his adversaries to accompt before them, and righting his wrong. Summum jus summa injuria.
Smith, William, Vice-Admiral. / [25. Iuly 1644] An exact relation of that famous and notable victorie obtained at Milford-Haven against the Earle of Carbery his forces; by the admirall and vice-admirall of the Irish Seas.: The manner of the fight, the taking of the town of Tinby, two ships and foure castles with their ordnance. Also a list of the names of the commanders taken, with six or seven hundred common souldiers now prisoners: with their severall letters and summons sent to the abovesaid towne and castles, and their answers. Written by Captaine William Smith Vice-Admirall and Commander of his Majesties ship the Swallow imployed in that service; and by him presented to the Right Honourable Robert, Earle of Warwick, Lord High Admirall of England. Printed according to order.
Smith, Zachary, b. 1604 or 5. / [1656] Life in death, or The living hope of a dying saint handled in a sermon preached at the funeral of that eminently vertuous, and religious gentle-woman, Mris. Mary Morley, late wife to Colonel Harbert Morley, Esq; and daughter to Sr. John Trevor Knight. By Zachary Smith, minister of the Gospel, and pastor of the church at Glynde in Sussex, Sept. 18. 1656.
Smithurst, Benjamine. / [1696] The English chronology being a brief chronological account of the most considerable publick occurrences that have happen'd in these kingdoms, and other adjacent parts, since King William the Third's accession to the crown. From 1688, to 1696.
Smithurst, Benjamine. / [1689] Britain's glory, and England's bravery wherein is shewed the degrees of honour from the prince to the peasant, with the honour of the nobles, and previleges of the commons, the proper places and precedency of all persons from the throne to the bondman, more particularly in coronations, processions, feasts, funerals and other great assembly : as also honour of arms, power of heralds, signification of charges in coat-armour, with an armorial dictionary, explaining the terms of heraldry, and an account of all the orders of knighthood in Christendom, and of the weights and measures of England : to which is added a continuation of The historians guide, from November, 1687, where the third and last impression ends, to June, 1687 / being the collections and observations of Benjamine Smithurst.
Smyth, Anne. / [1650] The case of Anne Smyth, the wife of Daniell Smyth, one of the daughters of Sir John Danvers of Culworth in the county of Northampton Kt, deceased, truly stated.: Humbly tendred to the consideration of the supreme authority of England, the Commons assembled in Parliament.
Smyth, Edward, 1665-1720. / [1689] A sermon preached before the right worshipful the Deputy-Governour, and the Company of Merchants trading to the Levant-seas, at St Bartholemew-Exchange, May 1. 1689 By Edward Smyth, A.M. Fellow of Trinity-Colledge near Dublin; and preacher to the factory at Smyrna. Imprimatur, May 28. 1689. Hen. Wharton, R.R. in Christo P. ac D.D. Wilhelmo Archiep. Cant. à sacris domest.
Smyth, John, d. 1612. / [1605] A paterne of true prayer. A learned and comfortable exposition or commentarie vpon the Lords prayer: wherein the doctrine of the substance and circumstances of true inuocation is euidently and fully declared out of the holie Scriptures. By Iohn Smith, minister and preacher of the Word of God.
Smyth, John, d. 1612. / [1609] Paralleles, censures, observations. Aperteyning: to three several writinges, 1. A lettre written to Mr. Ric. Bernard, by Iohn Smyth. 2. A book intituled, the Seperatists schisme published by Mr. Bernard. 3. An answer made to that book called the Sep. Schisme by Mr. H. Ainsworth. Whereunto also are adioyned. 1. The said lettre written to Mr. Ric. Bernard divided into 19. sections. 2. Another lettre written to Mr. A.S. 3. A third letter written to certayne bretheren of the seperation. By Iohn Smyth.
Smyth, John, d. 1612. / [1608] The differences of the churches of the seperation [sic] contayning a description of the leitourgie and ministerie of the visible church, annexed as a correction and supplement to a litle [sic] treatise lately published, bearing title, Principles and inferences, concerning the visible Church / published ... by Iohn Smyth.
Smyth, John, d. 1612. / [1609] The character of the beast, or, The false constitution of the church discovered in certayne passages betwixt Mr. R. Clifton & Iohn Smyth, concerning true Christian baptisme of new creatures, or new borne babes in Christ, &nd false baptisme of infants borne after the flesh : referred to two propositions, 1. That infants are not to bee baptized, 2. That antichristians converted are to bee admitted into the true church by baptisme.
Smyth, John, d. 1612. / [1603] The bright morning starre: or, The resolution and exposition of the 22. Psalme preached publikely in foure sermons at Lincolne. By John Smith preacher of the citie.
Smyth, R. / [1540] An artificiall apologie, articulerly [sic] answerynge to the obstreperous obgannynges of one W.G. euometyd to the vituperacion of the tryumphant trollynge Thomas Smyth / repercussed by the ryght redolent & rotounde rethorician R. Smyth, P. with annotacio[n]s of the mellifluous and misticall Master Mynterne, marked in the mergent for the enucliacion of certen obscure obelisques, to thende that the imprudent lector shulde not tytubate or hallucinate in the labyrinthes of the lucubratiuncle.
Smyth, Richard, preacher in Barnstaple, Devonshire. / [1612] Munition against mans misery and mortality. A treatice containing the most effectual remedies against the miserable state of man in this life, selected out of the chiefest both humane and divine authors; by Richard Smyth preacher of Gods word in Barstaple in Devonshire.
Smyth, Thomas, servaunt to the Quenes most excellent Majestie. / [1540] A lytell treatyse agaynst sedicyous persons
Smyth, Thomas, servaunt to the Quenes most excellent Majestie. / [1540] An enuoye from Thomas Smyth upon thaunswer of one W.G. ...
Smyth, Zeph. (Zephaniah), fl. 1646-1648. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] The doome of heretiques: or, A discovery of subtle foxes, who were tyed tayle to tayle, and crept into the Church to doe mischiefe.: As it was delivered in a sermon at Wickham-Market in Suffolke, upon the fast day, being the 26 of May. 1647. / By Zeph: Smyth, minister of Gods Word. Imprimatur, Ia: Cranford, August 22. 1648.
Smyth, Zeph. (Zephaniah), fl. 1646-1648. / [1646] Directions for seeker & expectants, or, A guide for weak Christians in these distracted times wherein the language of Sions-builders is confounded : as it was delivered in a sermon at Wickham-Market ... published at the earnest entreatie of many, for a more publique good / by Zeph. Smith, Minister of Wickham-Market in Suffolke.
Smyth, Zeph. (Zephaniah), fl. 1646-1648. / [in the yeare, 1648] The conspiracie of the wicked against the just.: Laid open in a sermon preached at Eyke in Suffolk, Jan. 23. anno Dom. 1647. / By Zeph. Smyth. Preached and published, to set forth the grounds why the wicked lay such crimes to the charge of Gods people, as they are cleare of.
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1683] The unworthy non-communicant a treatise shewing the danger of neglecting the blessed Sacrament of the Lords Supper, and rectifying the mistakes of many in this age concerning it : the first part / by William Smythies ...
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1690] A true account of several passages relating to the execution of Sir John Johnston by William Smythies ...
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1684] A reply to the Observator together with a sermon preached on the 24th of August last past, on Gal. 6. 2. at St. Giles in the Fields : most unjustly reflected upon by him / by William Smythies ...
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1684] The spirit of meekness recommended for the reducing of the erroneous and such as have dissented from the Church of England / by William Smythies ...
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1692] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable, Sr. Thomas Stampe, Lord Mayor the Court of Alderman, and citizens of London, September 29th. 1692, at the election of the Lord Mayor for the year ensuing / by William Smythies ...
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1685] A reply to a letter sent by William Newberry, and William Edmunds to Dr. Fowler by William Smythies, his curate.
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1671] Agapai aspilai The Norfolk feast : a sermon preached at St. Dunstans in the East, upon the 18th of July, 1671, being the day of the anniversary feast for that county, for some years omitted, but now intended to be continued / by a minister of that county.
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1687] Advice to apprentices, and other young persons, to beware of evil company and evil courses and particularly of theft. By William Smythies curate of St. Giles Cripplegate. Licensed and entred according to order.
Smythies, William, d. 1715. / [1687] Advice for the prevention of theft: being a short account of the confession and discovery which was made by a condemned prisoner, who was executed the 25th of May, 1687, to William Smythies, curate of St. Giles Cripplegate.