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Subligny, sieur de, ca. 1640-ca. 1679. / [1678] The mock-Clelia being a comical history of French gallantries and novels, in imitation of Dom Quixote / translated out of French.
Suchten, Alexander von, ca. 1520-ca. 1590. / [1670] Alex. Van Suchten Of the secrets of antimony in two treatises. Translated out of high-Dutch by Dr. C. a person of great skill in chymistry. To which is added B. Valentine's salt of antimony, with its use.
Sudbury, John, 1604-1684. / [1676] A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall, May the seventh, MDCLXXVI by John Svdbvry ...
Sudbury, John, 1604-1684. / [1660] A sermon preached at the consecration of the Right Reverend Fathers in God,: Gilbert Lord Bishop of London, Humphry Lord Bishop of Sarum, George Lord Bishop of Worcester, Robert Lord Bishop of Lincolne, George Lord Bishop of St. Asaph. On Sunday 28. October, 1660. at S. Peters Westminster. By John Sudbury, one of the prebendaries of that church.
Sudbury, John, 1604-1684. / [1677] A sermon preach'd before the King at White-Hall, May the twentieth, MDCLXXVII by John Sudbury ...
Sudbury, John, 1604-1684. / [1675] A sermon preach'd before the King, May 9, 1675 by John Sudbury ...
Sudell, Nicholas. / [1666] Mulierum amicus: or, The womans friend plainly discovering all those diseases that are incident to that sex only, and advising them to cure, either 1. By those receipts prescribed. Or, 2. By certain secret arcanums and specifical medicines. The author hereof living at the sign of the Golden Ball and Flower-Pot in Mark-Lane in Tower-street, and is lycensiate in physick, and student in chymistry; known commonly by the name of Nich. Sudell.
Sudell, Nicholas. / [1669] The description and cure of the Kentish and all other agues plainly discovering what it is, from whence it comes; with the reasons of those particular symptomes that do usually attend the same. And humbly shewing (in a measure) the authors judgment, why so many are not cured; with advice in relation thereunto; whether it be quotidian, tertian, or quartan, simple, duble, or triple. With several other observations and instructions, tending to the good welfare of mankind. By Nicholas Sudell, licentiate in phisick, and student in chimistry. Before the fire, living in Mark-Lane, London. But now in the city of Rochester in the county of Kent.
Suffolk, Edward Howard, Earl of, 1672-1731. / [1696] A pastoral poem upon the discovery of a late horrid conspiracy against the sacred person of William III. King of England. By the honourable E. Howard, of Suffolk.
Sully, Maximilien de Béthune, duc de, 1559-1641. / [1613] A letter from the the [sic] Lord of Rosny, Great Treasurer of France to the Queene Regent of France Concerning the resignation of his offices. Faithfully translated out of French, by E.D.
Sulpitius Verulanus, Joannes, 15th cent. / [Anno domini .M.CCCCC.xv. 1515] Sta[n]s puer ad mensa[m].
Sunderland, Robert Spencer, Earl of, 1640-1702. / [1685] Gan fod y Ffurf Gweddi gyda Diolch ...
Sunderland, Robert Spencer, Earl of, 1640-1702. / [re-printed in the year, 1689.] The Earl of Sunderland's letter to a friend in London: Plainly discovering the designs of the Romish party, and others, for the subverting of the Protestant religion, and the laws of the kingdom. Licensed and entred, March. 23d. 1689.
Sutcliffe, Alice. / [1634] Meditations of man's mortalitie. Or, A way to true blessednesse. Written, by Mrs. Alice Sutcliffe wife of Iohn Sutcliffe Esquire, groome of his Maiesties most honourable privie chamber.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1626] The unmasking of a masse-monger. Who in the counterfeit habit of S. Augustine hath cunningly crept into the closets of many English ladies. Or, the vindication of Saint Augustines confessions, from the false and malicious calumniations of a late noted apostate. By M.S. D. of Exeter.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1593] The practice, proceedings, and lawes of armes described out of the doings of most valiant and expert captaines, and confirmed both by ancient, and moderne examples, and præcedents, by Matthevv Sutcliffe.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1604] A ful and round ansvver to N.D. alias Robert Parsons the noddie his foolish and rude Warne-word comprised in three bookes, whereof, the first containeth a defence of Queene Elizabeths most pious and happie gouernment, by him maliciously slaundered. The second discouereth the miserable estate of papists, vnder the Popes irreligious and vnhappy tyrannie, by him weakely defended. The third, toucheth him for his vnciuill termes and behauior, and diuers other exorbitant faults and abuses, both here and elsewhere by him committed, and cleareth his vaine obiections and cauils.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [Anno 1596] The examination of M. Thomas Cartvvrights late apologie wherein his vaine and vniust challenge concerning certaine supposed slanders pretended to haue bene published in print against him, is answere and refuted, By Matthevv Sutcliffe.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1606] The examination and confutation of a certaine scurrilous treatise entituled, The suruey of the newe religion, published by Matthew Kellison, in disgrace of true religion professed in the Church of England.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1602] A challenge concerning the Romish Church, her doctrine & practises, published first against Rob. Parsons, and now againe reuiewed, enlarged, and fortified, and directed to him, to Frier Garnet, to the archpriest Blackevvell and all their adhærents, by Matth. Sutcliffe. Thereunto also is annexed an answere vnto certeine vaine, and friuolous exceptions, taken to his former challenge, and to a certeine worthlesse pamphlet lately set out by some poore disciple of Antichrist, and entituled, A detection of diuers notable vntrueths, contradictions, corruptions, and falsifications gathered out of M. Sutcliffes new challenge, &c.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1600] A briefe replie to a certaine odious and slanderous libel, lately published by a seditious Iesuite, calling himselfe N.D. in defence both of publike enemies, and disloyall subiects, and entitled A temperate wardword, to Sir Francis Hastings turbulent Watchword wherein not only the honest, and religious intention, and zeale of that good knight is defended, but also the cause of true catholike religion, and the iustice of her Maiesties proceedings against popish malcontents and traitors, from diuers malitious imputations and slanders cleered, and our aduersaries glorious declamation answered, and refuted by O.E. defendant in the challenge, and encounters of N.D. Hereunto is also added a certaine new challenge made to N.D. in fiue encounters, concerning the fundamentall pointes of his former whole discourse: together with a briefe refutation of a certaine caluminous relation of the conference of Monsieur Plessis and Monsieur d'Eureux before the French king ...
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1606] A briefe examination, of a certaine peremptorie menacing and disleal petition presented, as is pretended, to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, by certaine laye papistes, calling themselues, the lay Catholikes of England, and now lately printed, and diuulged by a busie compagnion, called Iohn Lecey.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1592] An ansvvere to a certaine libel supplicatorie, or rather diffamatory and also to certaine calumnious articles, and interrogatories, both printed and scattered in secret corners, to the slaunder of the ecclesiasticall state, and put forth vnder the name and title of a petition directed to her Maiestie: vvherein not onely the friuolous discourse of the petitioner is refuted, but also the accusation against the disciplinarians his clyents iustified, and the slaunderous cauils at the present gouernement disciphred by Mathew Sutcliffe.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. / [1606] An abridgement or suruey of poperie conteining a compendious declaration of the grounds, doctrines, beginnings, proceedings, impieties, falsities, contradictions, absurdities, fooleries, and other manifold abuses of that religion, which the Pope and his complices doe now mainteine, and vvherewith they haue corrupted and deformed the true Christian faith, opposed vnto Matthew Kellisons Suruey of the new religion, as he calleth it, and all his malicious inuectiues and lies, by Matthevv Sutcliffe.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1637 or 8-1707. / [1682] A sermon at the funeral of the virtuous lady, and honoured, Ann, late wife of Thomas Yarburgh, Esq:. Preached on Monday, the 10th day of July, 1682. By Matthew Sutcliffe.
Sutherland, George Gordon, Earl of, 1633-1703. / [1695] Unto his Grace his Majesties High Commissioner, and the honourable Estates of Parliament, the petition of the Earl of Southerland.
Sutton, Edward, b. 1597 or 8. / [1623] Anthropophagus: or, a caution for the credulous. A morall discourse vpon the 25. verse of the 26. chapter of the Prouerbs of Solomon. Written by E.S.B. of D. and sometimes fellow of S.l.C. in C.:
Sutton, J., fl. 1567-1573. / [1567] A newe reuenge for an olde grudge. Lately sette forth by I.S. VVho buildeth not vpon sure grounde, hath often beene, and now is founde a losse of time, a vaine expence, thus saith Goddes worde. An ouerthrowe of his presence. Thankes to the Lorde.
Sutton, J., fl. 1567-1573. / [the first day of Ianuary. 1573] Be wise and be warned. Per I.S.
Sutton, Thomas, 1585-1623. / [1631] Iethroes counsell to Moses: or, A direction for magistrates: A sermon preached at St. Saviours in Southwarke. March 5. 1621. before the honourable iudges by that reverent divine Thomas Sutton Dr. in Divinity.
Sutton, Thomas, 1585-1623. / [1632] Lectures vpon the eleventh chapter to the Romans. Preached by that learned and godly divine of famous memorie, Dr. Sutton, in St. Marie Overies in Southwarke. Published for the good of all Gods Church generally, and especially of those that were then his hearers.
Sutton, Thomas, 1585-1623. / [1616] Englands first and second summons. Two sermons preached at Paules Crosse, the one the third of Ianuarie 1612; the other the fifth of Februarie, 1615. By Thomas Sutton Batchelour of Diuinitie, then fellow of Queenes Colledge in Oxford, and now preacher at Saint Mary Oueries in Southwarke.
Sutton, William, 1561 or 2-1632. / [Printed for the author Anno Dom. 1635] The falshood of the cheife grounds of the Romish religion. Descried and convinced in a briefe answere to certaine motiues sent by a priest to a gentleman to induce him to turne papist. By W.S.
Süleyman I, Sultan of the Turks, 1494 or 5-1566.  / [1640 ] The great Turks terrible challenge, this yeare 1640. Pronounced against the Emperour of Germany and the King of Poland by Soloma Hometh who lately deceased, but continued by his brother Ibraim, the first of that name. To the tune of My bleeding heart, or Lets to the wars againe.