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Tachard, Guy, 1651-1712. / [1688] A relation of the voyage to Siam performed by six Jesuits, sent by the French King, to the Indies and China, in the year, 1685 : with their astrological observations, and their remarks of natural philosophy, geography, hydrography, and history / published in the original, by the express orders of His Most Christian Majesty ; and now made English, and illustrated with sculptures.
Tachenius, Otto, d. ca. 1670. / [1690] Otto Tachenius his Hippocrates chymicus discovering the ancient foundation of the late viperine salt with his Clavis thereunto annexed translated by J.W.
Tacitus, Cornelius. / [1585] La vita di Giulio Agricola scritta sincerissimamente. Da Cornelio Tacito suo genero. Et messa in volgare da Giouan. Maria Manelli
Tacitus, Cornelius. / [M.D.LXXXXI. 1591] The ende of Nero and beginning of Galba. Fower bookes of the Histories of Cornelius Tacitus. The life of Agricola.
Taffin, Jean, 1529-1602. / [1595] The amendment of life comprised in fower bookes: faithfully translated according to the French coppie. Written by Master Iohn Taffin, minister of the word of God at Amsterdam.
Taffin, Jean, 1529-1602. / [1590] Of the markes of the children of God and of their comforts in afflictions. To the faithfull of the Low Countrie. By Iohn Taffin. Ouerseene againe and augmented by the author, and translated out of French by Anne Prowse.
Tailboys, Samuel. / [1624] A nevv lachrymentall and funerall elegy: or, a distillation of Great Brittaine's teares, shed for the vnexpected and sudden death of the tresvertuous and most glorious Prince Lodovvicke, Duke of Richmond and Lenox: Who departed this transitory life, at his chamber in White-Hall, on Munday morning, being the 16. day of February 1624. being the same day appointed and intended by him to haue attended and gone with our soueraigne lord, King Iames; Prince Charles his Highnesse, and other the nobilitie, in robes of scarlet, to the honourable House of Parliament, which by reason of his death, was then put off till the 19. day of February following.
Tailor, Robert, fl. 1614. / [1614] The hogge hath lost his pearle. A comedy. Diuers times publikely acted, by certaine London prentices. By Robert Tailor.
Taisnier, Jean, 1508-ca. 1562. / [1575?] A very necessarie and profitable booke concerning nauigation, compiled in Latin by Ioannes Taisnierus, a publice professor in Rome, Ferraria, & other uniuersities in Italie of the mathematicalles, named a treatise of continuall motions. Translated into Englishe, by Richard Eden. The contents of this booke you shall finde on the next page folowyng.
Talbor, Robert, Sir, 1642-1681. / [1672] Pyretologia, a rational account of the cause & cure of agues with their signes diagnostick & prognostick. Also some specifick medicines prescribed for the cure of all sorts of agues; with an account of a successful method of the authors for the cure of the most tedious and dangerous quartans. Likewise some observations of cures performed by the aforesaid method. Whereunto is added a short account of the cause and cure of feavers, and the griping in the guts, agreeable to nature's rules and method of healing. Authore Rto Talbor pyretiatro.
Talbot, James, d. 1708. / [1695] Instructions to a painter upon the death and funeral of Her Late Majesty, Q. Mary, of blessed memory by J. Talbot.
Talbot, Peter, 1620-1680. / [1657] A treatise of the nature of Catholick faith and heresie with reflexion upon the nullitie of the English Protestant church and clergy / by N.N.
Talbot, Peter, 1620-1680. / [M.DC.LIX 1659] The nullity of the prelatique clergy, and Church of England further discovered in answer to the plaine prevarication, or vaine presumption of D. John Bramhall in his booke, intituled, The consecration and succession of Protestant bishops justified, &c. : and that most true story of the first Protestant bishops ordination at the Nagshead verified their fabulous consecration at Lambeth vvith the forgery of Masons records cleerely detected / by N.N.
Talbot, Peter, 1620-1680. / [1674] The duty and comfort of suffering subiects. Represented by Peter Talbot in a letter to the Roman-Catholiks of Ireland, particulary those of the city and diocese of Dublin.
Talbot, Peter, 1620-1680. / [1674] The friar disciplind, or, Animadversions on Friar Peter Walsh his new remonstrant religion : the articles whereof are to be seen in the following page : taken out of his history and vindication of the loyal formulary ... / the author Robert Wilson.
Talbot, Thomas, antiquary. / [1597] A booke, containing the true portraiture of the countenances and attires of the kings of England, from William Conqueror, vnto our Soueraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth now raigning together with a briefe report of some of the principall acts of the same kings, especially such as haue bene least mentioned in our late writers. Diligently collected by T.T.
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1694] The unreasonableness and mischief of atheism a sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall on Friday the 30th of March, 1694 / by W. Talbot ...
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1699] The spirit of popery tryed, whether it be of God a sermon preached before the King at Whitehall, upon the fifth of November, 1699 / by the Right Reverend Father in God William, Lord Bishop of Oxon.
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1692] A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, upon Friday the 26th of Febr. 1691/2 by W. Talbot ...
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1691] A sermon preached at the cathedral church of Worcester upon the monthly fast-day, September 16. 1691 by William Talbot ...
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1696] A sermon preach'd at the Cathedral Church of Worcester upon the thanksgiving-day, April 16, 1696 by W. Talbot ...
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1700] A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the aldermen, and governours of the several hospitals of the city of London, at St. Bridget's Church on Easter-Monday, 1700 by ... William, Lord Bishop of Oxford.
Talbot, William, 1658 or 9-1730. / [1695] The foolish abuse and wise use of riches a sermon preached in the parish-church of Bromsgrove in Worchester-shire, May 1, 1695, upon occasion of a charity given to that place by Sir Thomas Cookes of Bentley, Kt. Bar. / by W. Talbot ...
Talon, Nicolas, 1605-1691. / [1653] The holy history.: Written in French by Nicolas Talon. S.I. and translated into English by the Marquess of Winchester.
Talpin, Jean. / [Anno. 1574] A forme of Christian pollicie drawne out of French by Geffray Fenton. A worke very necessary to al sorts of people generally, as wherein is contayned doctrine, both vniuersall, and special touching the institution of al Christian profession: and also conuenient perticularly for all magistrates and gouernours of common weales, for their more happy regiment according to God.
Tanner, John, ca. 1636-1715. / [1659] The hidden treasures of the art of physick;: fully discovered: in four books. 1 Containing a physical description of man. 2 The causes, signes, and cures of all diseases, incident to the body. 3 The general cure of wounds, tumours, and ulcers. 4 A general rule, for making all kind of medicines; with the use and nature of distilled waters, juyces, decoctions, conserves, powders, elestuaries, plaisters, &c. To which is added three necessary tables, 1 sheweth the contents of the four books. 2 Explaineth all the terms of art which are used in physick and chirurgery. 3 Explaining the nature and use of simples, what they are, and where they grow. A work whereby the diligent reader may, without the help of other authors, attain to the knowledge of the art above-named. / By John Tanner, student in physick, and astrology.
Tanner, Thomas, 1630-1682. / [1677] A sermon preached near Exeter on Cant. c. vi. v. 13 being an exhortation to all Protestant dissenters to joyn together against popery.
Tanny, Philip. / [1655] Christ knocking at the doore, or, The substance of a sermon intended to be preached in Pauls upon the Sabbath day which fell upon the fifteenth day of April last:: but not preached, by reason of a suddain obstruction of that liberty which was promised him, being indeed unworthy to be the servant of Jesus Christ in any such ministration for ever. / Published by the authour Philip Tanny commonly Tandy.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1652] Theavrauiohn high priest to the Ievves,: his disputive challenge to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and the whole hirach. of Roms clargical priests.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1652] Theavrau Iohn his epitah [sic] and Evrops looking-glass
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1653] Theauraujohn Tani his Second part of his Theous-ori apokolipikal, or, God's light declared in mysteries for which epistles I was six months falsly imprisoned, as by judgement of my Lord Chief Justice Rolls, and the rest of his brethren the judges upon the upper bench is declared : and what I have written I will maintain against all the learned men in the world : and I challenge the whole universities and their adherents to answer the books, if they be able, or to a fair dispute before the people, and if none dare appear, then I conclude that they are in the dark, and dare not come to the light / wrote by me Magi Tani Est.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1651] Theauraujohn his Theous ori apokolipikal: or, Gods light declared in mysteries: Salem ori ad te Israel. Theauraujohn Tanni. Dedicated to the army and the risen people in all lands, coming forth in the first fruits in the evangelical operation. To these is the dedication of this book; and their eyes behold the truth, none else. I have added to this book the particular charges in the indictment against Captain Robert Norwood and my self, and my defence against the charge.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1655] Theauraujoh[n] his aurora in tranlagornm in Salem Gloria. Or The discussive of the law and the gospell betwixt the Jew and the Gentile in Salem resurrectionem:
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1651] The nations right in Magna Charta discussed with the thing called Parliament.: Whereas I Theaurau John tendred a petition dated the 15 November 1650. To the Parliament so called; there is a name and a thing, and a thing, and a name, and a name, and not the thing, and the name and the thing both in one according to the obedience to the thing and name. I tendred my petition upon the declarative: it was but name to me, and not the thing, which caused this inquiry to be made, and to be declared that the people may see and discerne betwixt the name and the thing. / Written by me Theaurau Iohn Tannijjour Hipriest sabbah scribah jail Earl of Exex or otherwise Essex tenet of Norway or Normandi Lord Paulet of Sene in France.
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1655?] My edict royal:
Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. / [1655?] High news for Hierusalem.: I proclaim from the Lord of Hosts, the return of the Jewes from their captivity, and the building of the Temple in glory in their owne land.
Tara, Thomas Preston, Viscount, 1585-1655. / [1646] The declaration of the Lord Generall of the army of the confederat Catholicks in the province oft Leinster
Tarlton, John. / [printed in the yeare, 1648] A remedy for the vvarres: or, Certaine deplorable expressions, of the great miseries and wofull effects, which the horrid, bloody, cruell, domestick, and intestine warres, have lately produced (amongst us) in this our kingdome of England. Together, with spiritual salves for the cure thereof. By John Tarlton, preacher of Gods word, and minister of Ileminster, in the county of Somerset.
Tarras, Walter Scott, Earl of, 1644-1693. / [1691] To the right reverend, the moderator, and remanent members of the venerable assembly of the Church of Scotland, now sitting at Edinburgh. The humble representation of Walter Earl of Tarras, and the other heretors concerned, for re-erecting the Kirk of Robertoun.
Tartaglia, Niccoláo, d. 1557. / [1588] Three bookes of colloquies concerning the arte of shooting in great and small peeces of artillerie, variable randges, measure, and waight of leaden, yron, and marble stone pellets, minerall saltepeeter, gunpowder of diuers sortes, and the cause why some sortes of gunpower are corned, and some sortes of gunpowder are not corned: written in Italian, and dedicated by Nicholas Tartaglia vnto the Royall Prince of most famous memorie Henrie the eight, late King of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. And now translated into English by Cyprian Lucar Gent. who hath also augmented the volume of the saide colloquies with the contents of euery colloquie, and with all the corollaries and tables, that are in the same volume. Also the said Cyprian Lucar hath annexed vnto the same three books of colloquies a treatise named Lucar Appendix ...
Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595. / [1650?] L'Aminta, di Torquato Tasso, favola boscherecchia. Tasso's Aminta, a pastoral comedy, in Italian and English.
Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595. / [1698] Amintas a pastoral acted at the Theatre Royal / made English out of Italian from the Aminta of Tasso by Mr. Oldmixon.
Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595. / [1628] Torquato Tassos Aminta Englisht To this is added Ariadne's complaint in imitation of Anguillara; written by the translater of Tasso's Aminta.
Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595. / [1660] Aminta:: the famous pastoral. / Written in Italian by Signor' Torquato Tasso. And translated into English verse by John Dancer. Together with divers ingenious poems.
Taswell, James. / [1648] Ten necessary quæries touching the personall treatie very usefull and necessary to be considered. Also a right description of a cavalier: with some drops to quench the fiery bull of Colchester. By James Tasvvell, a true lover of King, Parliament, truth and peace.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [1691] A poem, occasioned by His Majesty's voyage to Holland, the congress at the Hague, and present siege of Mons written by N. Tate.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [1684] Poems written on several occasions by N. Tate.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [M DC XC III 1693] An ode upon His Majesty's birth-day,: set to musick by Dr. Staggins ; and perform'd before Their Majesties, November the 4th, 1693. ; The words by N. Tate, servant to Their Majesties.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [1691] A poem occasioned by the late discontents & disturbances in the state with reflections upon the rise and progress of priest-craft / written by N. Tate.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [1695] An elegy on the His Grace John Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A pindaric.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [1698] A new version of the Psalms of David fitted to the tunes used in churches / by N. Tate and N. Brady.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [1699] Elegies on I. Her Late Majesty of blessed memory, II. Late Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, III. Illustrious Duke of Ormond and Earl of Ossory, IV. Countess of Dorset, V. Consolatory poem, &c. together with A poem on the promotion of several eminent persons, &c. / by N. Tate ...
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [1698] A consolatory poem to the Right Honourable John Lord Cutts upon the death of his most accomplish'd lady by N. Tate.
Tatham, John, fl. 1632-1664. / [1661] Neptunes address to His most Sacred Majesty Charls the second: King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c.: Congratulating his happy coronation celebrated the 22th. day of Aprill, 1661. In several designements and shews npon [sic] the water, before White-hall, at His Majesties return from the land-triumphs.
Tatham, John, fl. 1632-1664. / [1651] The distracted state,: a tragedy. / Written in the yeer, 1641. By J.T. Gent.
Tatnall, Robert. / [1665] An antidote against sinfull palpitation of the heart, or fear of death humbly offered to mens serious thoughts because sadly occasioned by that dreadfull plague and those horrid fears of death that have seized this present generation in England whom either greater sins, or weaker graces, or both together, have rendred more then ever timorous : made up of that singular and sovereign scripture, Hebrews 2, 15 ... / by Robert Tatnall ...
Taubman, Matthew, d. 1690? / [1688] London's anniversary festival, performed on Monday, October the 29th. 1688. For the entertainment of the right Honourable, Sr. John Chapman, Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London; being their great year of jubilee. With a panegyrick upon the restoring of the charter. And a sonnet provided for the entertainment of the King. By M. Taubman. Printed and published by authority.
Taubman, Matthew, d. 1690? / [1682] An heroick poem to his Royal Highness the Duke of York on his return from Scotland with some choice songs and medleyes on the times / by Mat. Taubman ...
Tavernier, Melchior, d. 1641. / [1628] A true and most exact map of the siedge of Rochell, presented to the Kings Maiestie the first day of May, 1628 by Melchior Tavernor, grauer & printer to His Ma[ies]tie, dwelling in the isle of the palace, at the golden vvheate-eare.
Tayler, Francis, preacher. / [1583] A godly, zealous and learned sermon vpon the 18. 19. 20. 21. verses of the 10. chap. to the Romaines. Wherein is set foorth vnto vs the greate mercy of God in the calling of the Gentiles, and his iust iudgement in the reiecting of the vnbeleeuing Iewes, & vs also, if vve vvith like obstinancie contemne his profered mercies. By Frauncis Tayler preacher of Gods word.
Taylor, Augustine. / [1613] Epithalamium vpon the all-desired nvptials of Frederike the fift, Prince Palatine of Rhene, chiefe elector, Duke of Bauier, and arch-sewer to the Romane Empire And Elizabeth, the onely daughter of Iames, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. VVritten by Augustine Taylor.
Taylor, Augustine. / [1623] Nevves from Ierusalem containing, 1. The beauty of the citie of the great King. 2. The vanitie of the isles of the sonns of men. 3. The comming of the Kings sonne. VVritten by Augustin Taylor, preacher at Hawarden.
Taylor, Augustine. / [1614] Encomiasticke elogies. Written by Augustine Taylor.
Taylor, Augustine. / [1623] Diuine epistles. Dedicated. to right honble. & worthy guests inuited to ye nuptialls of the great Kings sonne. &c By Augustin. Taylor. preacher at Hawarden.
Taylor, Captain. / [1648] A narrative, together with letters presented by Captaine Taylor, to the Honourable House of Commons, concerning the late successe obtained by the Parliament forces in Carnavanshire in North Wales, against Sir Iohn Owen, and his forces, consisting of malignant papists and Cavaliers.: As also, of his barbarous and unparallel'd inhumane usage towards the high sheriffe of the said county, and others of the Parliaments party taken prisoners by him. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament assembled, that this narrative together with the letters be forthwith printed and published. Hen. Elsing Cler. Parl.
Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. / [1682] Something in answer to two late malitious libels of William Rogers;: intituled, the sixth and eighth part of his (falsly so called) Christian-Quaker, &c. : Being a further caution to Friends, to take heed of that treacherous spirit that is entered into William Rogers and his abettors. : Who under the profession of primitive truth, are betraying it to the world ... / Published for the clearing of truth against William Rogers's lies and slanders ... C.T.
Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. / [1655] The whirl-wind of the Lord gone forth as a fiery flying roule,: with an alarm sounded against the inhabitants of the north-countrey. Being a fore-warning to all the rulers in England, of the mighty and terrible day of the Lord, which shall overtake the wicked; but especially and in particular, to the persecuting rulers, priests, and people, in the county of Westmerland. Who by their fruits are made manifest to all, to be open enemies to Sions converts, and a generation of evil doers, with whom the Lord Jehovah is coming to plead the cause of the oppressed, and to redeem Zion with judgement, and her converts with righteousness. G.T.
Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. / [1655] A vvarning from the Lord to this nation.:
Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. / [1675] A faithful and true witenss to the light of Jesus Christ, or, Word of faith within in the heart and conscience proving that God alwayes did, and doth reveal himself in it, and through it to the sons and daughters of men, that they may believe and be saved ... : also a postscript in answer to some base lyes and reflections cast upon me by William Haworth, an independent preacher / Christopher Taylor.
Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. / [1675] An epistle to Friends in the truth
Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. / [1681] An epistle of caution to Friends to take heed of that treacherous spirit that is entred into W.R. and his abettors (as appears in his malicious book, falsly called The Christian-Quaker, &c.) ... : with wholsome advice and counsel, by way of information, that the simple-minded may not be ensnared by the crafts and wiles of Satan through faith fallen antichristian instruments is W.R. and such as are encred into the same malicious spirit with him / C.T.
Taylor, Frances, d. 1685. / [Printed in the year 1679] A testimony to the Lord's power and blessed appearance in and amongst children wherein is expressed the great love of God to them, who, as young and tender, have tasted of his good word & heavenly life. Published for the use of Friends, and to prevent various reports, that they may have a true account in the following testimonies, given forth by faithful witnesses. Here are also added to what was before printed, several pretious testimonies and epistles, which are as the effects of the appearance and opperation of that great power & wisdom of God in and amongst them.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1633] Selfe-satisfaction occasionally taught the citizens in the lecture as St. Magnes neere London-bridge. By Francis Tayler, M. of A. and pastour of Clapham.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1658] Grapes from Canaan, or, The believers present taste of future glory expressed in a short divine poem, the issue of spare hours, and published at the request, and for the entertainment of those whose hopes are above their present enjoyments.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1654] Gods glory in mans happiness, with the freeness of his grace in electing us together with many Arminian objections answered / by Francis Taylor ...
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1645] Gods covenant the churches plea: or A sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons at a late solemn fast, in Margarets Church at Westminster, Octob. 29. 1645. By Francis Taylor B. in D. pastour of Yalding in Kent, and a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1655] An exposition with practicall observations upon the three first chapters of the proverbs:: grammaticall rhetoricall, logicall, and theologicall. As they were delivered in severall expository lectures at Christ-church in Canterbury. / By Francis Taylor, B. in D.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1641] The faith of the Chvrch of England concerning Gods work on mans will pvblikely confirmed by the svbscriptions of all the famous martyrs, and divines thereof : faithfully gathered out of the authenticke records of the Chvrch / by Francis Tayler ...
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1646] The danger of vowes neglected and the necessitie of reformation: or, A sermon preached before the Right Honorable House of Lords, at a late solemne fast in the Abbey Church at Westminster, May 27. 1646.: By Francis Taylor B. in D. pastor of Yalding in Kent, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. Published according to order.
Taylor, George, Marshal of the King's Bench. / [1701?] The case of George Taylor, Esq; Marshal of the King's Bench. In relation to a clause added to the Bill, intitled, An Act for rgulating [sic] the abuses in prisons and pretended priviledged places.
Taylor, James, fl. 1687-1689. / [1687] A letter to the misrepresenter of papists being a vindication of that part of the Protestant preface to the Wholesome advices from the Blessed Virgin, &c. which concerns the Protestants charity to papists, and a layman's writing it : in answer to what is objected against it in the 4th chapter of the second part of the Papist misrepresented, &c. / by the same layman who translated the Wholesome advices, &c. and made the preface to them.
Taylor, James, fl. 1687-1689. / [1689] A letter of enquiry to the reverend fathers of the Society of Jesus written in the person of a dissatisfied Roman Catholick.
Taylor, James, fl. 1687-1689. / [1687] An answer to the eight chapter of the Representer's second part in the first dialogue between him and his lay-friend
Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. / [1655] Vnum necessarium. Or, The doctrine and practice of repentance.: Describing the necessities and measures of a strict, a holy, and a Christian life. And rescued from popular errors. / By Jer. Taylor D.D.
Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. / [MDCLIII. 1653 i.e. 1652] Two discourses: 1. of baptisme, its institution, and efficacy upon all believers. 2. Of prayer ex tempore, or by pretence of the spirit. / By Jer: Taylor D.D.
Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. / [1688?] Toleration tolerated: or, A late learned bishops opinion concerning toleration of religion. With some brief observations thereon.
Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. / [1657] The measures and offices of friendship with rules of conducting it : to which are added, two letters written to persons newly changed in their religion / by Jer. Taylor, D.D.
Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. / [1654. i.e. 1653] The real presence and spirituall of Christ in the blessed sacrament proved against the doctrine of transubstantiation. By Jer. Taylor, D.D.:
Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. / [1656] An answer to a letter written by the R.R. the Ld Bp of Rochester.: Concerning the chapter of original sin, in the Vnum necessarium. / By Jer. Taylor D.D.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1614?] The watermens suit concerning players
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [22. Sept. 1647] VVestminster Fayre, newly proclaimed.: My muse thus venters [sic] to open her ware, and bids you welcome to Westminster Fayre. Wherein, votes, orders, ordinances, this September, are to be sold, with many a rotten Member, a Parliament man; I need say no more: a close committee-man that loves a w- a sequestrator; sure the Devill's not worse then an excise-man, far a greater curse: only a pursuivant, to make hell full, the country poore, the city a meere gull. T'is but a penny, in: too small a fee, to sell you spectacles, these strange sights t'see.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1616.] Verbum sempiternum
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1634] The triumphs of fame and honour, or, The noble accomplish'd solemnity, full of cost, art and state, at the inauguration and establishment of the true worthy and right nobly minded Robert Parkhurst, into the right honourable office of Lord Maior of London: the particularities of every invention in all the pageants, shewes and triumphs both by water and land, are here following fully set downe, being all performed by loves, liberall costs, and charges of the right worshipfull and worthy Brother-hood of the Cloth-workers the 29 of October 1634 / written by Iohn Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1642] To the Right Honorable assembly, the Lords, Knights, Esquires, and Burgesses of the Honorable House of Commons in Parliament:: the humble petition of the antient overseers, rulers and assistants of the Company of Watermen. VVherein is showed, how intollerably they have been abused and slandered, with false accusations, by divers refractory and abusive watermen, who have mislead many others to their faction. Their odious slanders being heere truly confuted, and the innocencie of the rulers declared. By Iohn Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [MDCXLII. 1642] A three-fold discourse betweene three neighbours, Algate, Bishopsgate, and John Heyden the late cobler of Hounsditch, a professed Brownist. Whereunto is added a true relation (by way of dittie) of a lamentable fire which happened at Oxford two nights before Christ-tide last, in a religious brothers shop, knowne by the name of Iohn of all-trades.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1624] Taylors pastorall being both historicall and satyricall: or the noble antiquitie of shepheards, with the profitable vse of sheepe: with a small touch of a scabbed sheepe, and a caueat against that infection.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed, anno millimo, quillimo, trillimo. 1643] Some small and simple reasons, delivered in a hollow-tree, iu [sic] Waltham Forrest, in a lecture, on the 33. of March last.: By Aminadab Blower a devout bellows-mender of Pimlico. Shewing the causes in generall and particular wherefore they doe, might, would, should, or ought, except against and quite rufuse the liturgy or Book of Common-Prayer.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1653] A short relation of a long iourney, made round or ovall by encompassing the principalitie of Wales, from London, through and by the counties of Middlesex and Buckingham, Berks, Oxonia, Warwick, Stafford, Chester, Flint, Denbigh, Anglesey, Carnarvan, Merioneth, Cardigan, Pembrooke, Caermarden, Glamorgan, Monmouth, Glocester, &c. This painfull circuit began on Tuesday the 13 of July last, 1652. and was ended (or both ends brought together) on Tuesday the 7. of September following, being near 600. miles. Whereunto is annexed an epitome of the famous history of Wales. / Performed by the riding, going, crawling, running, and writing of John Taylor, dwelling at the sign of the Poets Head, in Phenix Alley, near the midle of Long Aker or Covent Garden.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeer 1647] A recommendation to Mercurius Morbicus.: Together with a fair character upon his worth. To the reader. Unto the arrant'st knave that lives by bread, I send this greeting; (you may please to read) ... I may to many now seem to deface him, but when I physick take, O then, I'le grace him.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1651] Ranters of both sexes, male and female:: being thirteen or more, taken and imprisoned in the gate-house at Westminster, and in the new-prison at Clerken Well. Wherein John Robins doth declare himself to be the great God of Heaven, and the great deliverer, and that his wife is with childe with Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the world. With divers other blasphemous opinions, here truely set forth. Maintained before the Right VVorshipful Justice Whittacre, & Justice Hubbert. / Written by John Taylor. There is a pamphlet in this kinde, written with too much haste, I know not by whom, with but few truths, which in this are more largely expressed.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1623] Prince Charles his vvelcome from Spaine: who landed at Portsmouth on Sunday the fift of October, and came safely to London on Munday the sixt of the same, 1623. Wtih the triumphs of London for the same his happy ariuall. And the relation of such townes as are situate in the wayes to take poste-horse at, from the city of London to Douer: and from Calais through all France and Spaine, to Madrid, to the Spanish court..
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1624] The praise, of cleane linnen. With the commendable vse of the laundresse. By Iohn Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1647] Peace, peace, and we shall be quiet. Or, Monarchie asserted, the Kings right vindicated, and the present government of the church proved to be one and the same with that in the primitive times. All which assertions are composed for the regulating of distracted minds, and satisfying of tender consciences, or misled in their opinions. / By J.T. Gent.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1651] Of alterations strange, of various signes, heere are compos'd a few poetick lines: heere you may finde, when you this book have read, the crowne tranform'd into the poets head : read well, be merry and wise / written by John Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1650] The number and names of all the kings of England & Scotland: from the beginning of their governments, to this present. As also, the times when, and how long each of them reigned. Shewing how many of them came to untimely ends: eyther by imprisonment, banishment, famine, poyson, drowning, beheading, falling from horses, slaine in battells, murdered, or otherwise. By J.T.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeare. 1644] No Mercurius Aulicus;: but some merry flashes of intelligence, with the pretended Parliaments forces besiedging of Oxford foure miles off, and the terrible taking in of a mill, instead of the King and citie. Also the breaking of Booker, the asse-tronomicall London figure-flinger, his perfidious prediction failing, and his great conjunction of Saturne and Iupiter dislocated. / By John Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [in the year 1641] New preachers, nevv.: Greene the feltmaker, Spencer the horserubber, Quartermine the brewers Clarke, with some few others, that are mighty sticklers in this new kinde of talking trade, which many ignorant coxcombes call preaching. Whereunto is added the last tumult in Fleetstreet, raised by the disorderly preachment, pratings, and pratling of Mr. Barebones the leather-seller, and Mr. Greene the felt-maker, on Sunday last the 19. of Decemb.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the year, 1653] The names of all the Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, & Barons, dead or living, that have been or are in England, Scotland, & Ireland, in and since the raign of Queen Elizabeth, to this yeare, 1653. By John Taylor:
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1681?] A most learned and eloquent speech, spoken or delivered in the Honourable House of Commons at Westminster, by the most learned lawyer Miles Corbet, Esq: recorder of Great Yarmouth, and Burgess of the same, on the 31th day of July, 1647. taken in short-hand by Nocky, and Tom. Dunn, his clerks, and revised by John Tayler.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeare 1644] Mercurius infernalis; or Orderlesse orders, votes, ordinances, and commands from Hell established by a close committee of the Divell and his angells. Done neither by day, night, nor order, because neither time, place, person or order is to be observed in the infernall kingdome. The copy of this was found in a chink or cranny of a wall in Frier-Bacons study, By John Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] The liar.: Or, A contradiction to those who in the titles of their bookes affirmed them to be true, when they were false : although mine are all true, yet I terme them lyes. Veritas veritatis.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1644] Mad verse, sad verse, glad verse and bad verse.: Cut out, and slenderly sticht together, by John Taylor. Who bids the reader either to like or dislike them, to commend them, or come mend them.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1625] A liuing sadnes, in duty consecrated to the immortal memory of our late deceased albe-loued soueraigne Lord, the peereles paragon of princes, Iames, king of great Brittaine, France and Ireland. Who departed this life at his mannour of Theobalds, on Sunday last, the 27. of March, 1625.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1637.] A funerall elegie, in memory of the rare, famous, and admired poet, Mr. Beniamin Ionson deceased. VVho dyed the sixteenth day of August last, 1637, and lyeth inter'd in the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter at Westminster..
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1642] Iohn Taylors manifestation and iust vindication against Iosua Church: his exclamation, with a true relation of Church his generation, with his soule combination, with a pretence of reformation, of his wrong'd occupation, hath brought all out of fashion.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1641] Iohn Taylors last voyage, and adventure, performed from the twentieth of Iuly last 1641. to the tenth of September following. In which time he past, with a scullers boate from the citie of London, to the cities and townes of Oxford, Gloucester, Shrewesbury, Bristoll, Bathe, Monmouth and Hereford. The manner of his passages and entertainement to and fro, truly described. With a short touch of some wandring and some fixed scismatiques, such as are Brownist, Anabaptists, famalies, humorists and foolists, which the authour found in many places of his voyage and iourney. / By Iohn Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1652] The impartialest satyre that ever was seen: that speaks truth without fear, or flattery, or spleen: read as you list, commend it, or come mend it, the man that pen'd it, did with finis end it.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1620] Iack a Lent his beginning and entertainment with the many pranks of his gentleman-vsher Shroue Tuesday that goes before him, and his foot-man Hunger attending. With new additions, dedicated both to the butchers farewell and the fishmongers entrance: written to choake melancholy, and to feed mirth. By Iohn Tailor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeer. 1648] The fooles of fate: or, The unravelling of the Parliament and Army.: Fate (for our crimes) permitted us to grumble 'gainst each thing, next for to be tumultuous, and fight against our King. ... Their Army are the peoples hate, both they will now pull down, and now behold the fools of fate fall dead by Charles his crowne.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1699] A dialogue between a pedler and a popish priest: in a very hot discourse full of mirth, truth, wit, folly and plain dealing / by John Taylor the Water-poet.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1654] The essence, quintessence, insence, innocence, lye-sence, & magnifisence of nonsence upon sence: or, Sence upon nonsence.: The third part, the fourth impression, the fifth edition, the sixth addition, upon condition, that (by tradition) the reader may laugh if he list. In longitude, latitude, crassitude, magnitude, and amplitude, lengthened, widened, enlarged, augmented, encreased, made wider and sider, by the addition of letters, syllables, words, lines, and farfetch'd sentences. And the lamentable death and buriall of a Scottish Gallaway nagge. Written upon white paper, in a brown study, betwixt Lammas day and Cambridge, in the yeare aforesayd. Beginning at the latter end, and written by John Taylor at the sign of the poor Poets Head, in Phœnix Alley, near the middle of Long Acre, or Coven Garden. Anno, millimo, quillimo, trillimo, daffadillimo, pulcher.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1642] A delicate, dainty, damnable dialogue.: Between the Devill and a Jesuite. By Iohn Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the year, 1644. i.e. 1645] Crop-eare curried, or, Tom Nash his ghost,: declaring the pruining of Prinnes two last parricidicall pamphlets, being 92 sheets in quarto, wherein the one of them he stretch'd the soveraigne power of Parliaments; in the other, his new-found way of opening the counterfeit Great Seale. Wherein by a short survey and ani-mad-versions of some of his falsities, fooleries, non-sense, blasphemies, forreigne and domesticke, uncivill, civill treasons, seditions, incitations, and precontrivements, in mustering, rallying, training and leading forth into publique so many ensignes of examples of old reviv'd rebells, or new devised chimeraes. With a strange prophecy, reported to be Merlins, or Nimshag's the Gymnosophist, and (by some authours) it is said to be the famous witch of Endor's. Runton, pollimunton plumpizminoi papperphandico. / By John Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1622] A common vvhore vvith all these graces grac'd: shee's very honest, beautifull and chaste. Written by Iohn Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1653. i.e. 1652] Christmas in & out: or, our Lord & Saviour Christs birth-day.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1654] The certain travailes of an uncertain journey begun on Tuesday the 9. of August, and ended on Saturday the 3. of September following, 1653. Wherein the readers may take notice, that the authors purpose was to travell, and write this following relation, for no other intent or purpose, but to pleasure himself, and to please his friends in the first place. By John Taylor, at the sign of the Poets Head, in Phœniz [sic] Alley, near the Globe Tavern, in the middle of Long-Acre nigh the Covent-Garden. Those twelve following lines I gave to divers gentlemen and friends, before I went, and as they have kindly subscribed to my bill, I [d]o humbly expect their courteous acceptation of this booke.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1641] The complaint of M. Tenter-hooke the proiector, and Sir Thomas Dodger the patentee.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1648] A brown dozen of drunkards: (ali-ass drink-hards) whipt, and shipt to the Isle of Gulls: for their abusing of Mr. Malt the bearded son, and Barley-broth the brainlesse daughter of Sir John Barley-corne.: All joco-seriously descanted to our wine-drunk, wrath-drunk, zeale-drunk, staggering times. By one that hath drunk at S. Patricks well.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [1646] A briefe relation of the idiotismes and absurdities of Miles Corbet, Esquire, councellor at law, reorder [sic] and burgesse for Great Yarmouth by Antho. Roily ...
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the fourth yeare of the grand rebellion. 1645] Aquamusæ: or, Cacafogo, cacadæmon, Captain George Wither wrung in the withers.: Being a short lashing satyre, wherein the juggling rebell is compendiously finely firked and jerked, for his late railing pamphlet against the King and state, called Campo-musæ. By John Taylor.
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. / [Printed in the yeare, 1651] Ale ale-vated into the ale-titude: or, a learned oration before a civill assembly of ale-drinkers, between Paddington and Hogsdon, the 30. of February last, anno millimo quillimo trillimo. By John Taylor.
Taylor, Joseph, 17th/18th cent. / [printed in the year, 1698] A brief enquiry whether they who assert, and they who deny, the divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, may have communion together at the Lords table. By Joseph Taylor.
Taylor, Laurence. / [1675] A faithful testimony for the Lord against this nation of Englands iniquity and idolatry and oppression: because of which the land mourneth : being also a warning to all people to consider what they have done, and what they are a doing / [by] Laurence Taylor.
Taylor, Nathanael, d. 1702. / [1688] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable Sir John Shorter, Knight, lord mayor of the city of London at Grocers-Hall, February the 12th, 1687/8 by Nathanael Taylor.
Taylor, Nathanael, d. 1702. / [1698] A preservative against Deism shewing the great advantage of revelation above reason, in the two great points, pardon of sin, and a future state of happiness : with an appendix in answer to a letter of A. W. against revealed religion in the oracles of reason / by Nathanael Taylor.
Taylor, Nathanael, d. 1702. / [1691] Pray for the peace of Jerusalem a visitation sermon. / preached at Gainsbrough, May 7th 1691 by Nathanael Taylor ...
Taylor, Nathanael, d. 1702. / [1683] A practical and short exposition of the catechism of the Church of England by way of question and answer. Wherein the divine authority and reasonableness of every question and answer, every doctrin and practice in it recommended, are evidenced and improved against most contemners of it and dissenters from it. With that moderation and plainness that it may engage all to adhere to, and especially may instruct children in the true Protestant religion of the Church of England. Humbly offered for the good of schools and youth. By Nathanael Taylor, M.A.
Taylor, Nathanael, d. 1702. / [1695] A funeral sermon on the decease of the Reverend Mr. Richard Mayo late minister of the gospel in London, who died the 8th of September, 1695 / by Nathanael Taylor.
Taylor, Nathanael, d. 1702. / [1697] A funeral sermon occasioned by the sudden death of the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Vincent, late minister of the gospel in Southwark by Nathanael Taylor.
Taylor, Nathaniel, d. 1702. / [1683] Paidobaptismos orthobaptismos: or, The baptism of infants vindicated by scriptures and reasons. Humbly offered in order to a composure of differences at this juncture of time. By Nath. Taylor, M.A.
Taylor, Richard, 17th/18th cent. / [1698] A history of the union between the Presbyterian and Congregational ministers, in and about London, and the causes of the breach of it
Taylor, Richard, fl. 1690-1696. / [1696] The case of Richard Taylor, Esq a member of the honourable, the House of Commons, and John Clerkson, Esq; the two surviving trustees of Hannah Knight, an infant, daughter of John Knight, Esq; lately deceased, by Mary his wife.
Taylor, Silas, 1624-1678. / [printed in the year, 1654] Impostor magnus, or The legerdemain of Richard Delamain now preacher in the city of Hereford. Being a narrative of his life and doctrine since his first coming into that county. Faithfully collected and published by one that will assert the truth of each particular. Yay.
Taylor, Silas, 1624-1678. / [1663] The history of gavel-kind with the etymology thereof : containing also an assertion that our English laws are for the most part those that were used by the antient Brytains, notwithstanding the several conquests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans : with some observations and remarks upon many especial occurrences of British and English history / by Silas Taylor ; to which is added a short history of William the Conqueror written in Latin by an anonymous author in the time of Henry the first.
Taylor, Stephen, fl. 1637. / [1637?] A whippe for worldlings or The centre of content.
Taylor, Theophilus, d. 1640. / [1629] The mappe of Moses: or, a guide for governours. Two sermons lately preached before the iudges of assize, and magistrates of the towne of Reding, at two seuerall assemblies there held for the countie of Berk. By Theophilus Taylor, Master of Arts, and pastor of the parish of S. Laurence in Reding.
Taylor, Thomas, 1576-1632. / [1659] The works of that faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Dr. Thom. Taylor, sometimes minister of the gospel in Aldermanbury, London. Published by himself in his life time, in several smaller volumes, now collected together into three volumes in fol. two of which are here bound together. [pt.1]
Taylor, Thomas, 1576-1632. / [1625] Two treatises: the pearle of the Gospell, and the pilgrims profession to which is added a glasse for gentlewomen to dresse themselues by. By Thomas Taylor preacher of Gods Word to the towne of Reding.
Taylor, Thomas, 1576-1632. / [1622] The pilgrims profession. Or a sermon preached at the funerall of Mris Mary Gunter by Mr Thomas Taylor. To which (by his consent) also is added, a short relation of the life and death of the said gentle-woman, as a perpetuall monument of her graces and vertues
Taylor, Thomas, 1576-1632. / [1636?] An answer to that question, : Hovv farre it is lavvfvll to flee in the time of the plagve extracted out of a sermon preached in Alderman-bury / by Thomas Taylor..
Taylor, Thomas, 1618-1682. / [1697] Truth's innocency and simplicity shining through the conversion, Gospel-ministry, labours, epistles of love, testimonies and warnings to professors and profane (with the long and patient sufferings) of that ancient and faithful minister and servant of Jesus Christ, Thomas Taylor, who finish'd his course in the year MDCLXXXI.
Taylor, Thomas, 1624 or 5-1700. / [printed in the year, 1663] Jacob wrestling with God, and prevailing: or, a treatise concerning the necessity and efficacy of faith in prayer. Wherein divers weighty questions and cases of conscience about praying in faith, are stated and resolved. For the comforting and satisfying of weak and scrupulous consciences: the conviction of formal hypocrites, and awakening of all saints, both weak and strong, great and small, to this great duty of prayer. By one who hath obtained mercy to be a minister of, and sufferer for, the gospel of Jesus Christ in this hour of temptation.
Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705. / [MDCXCI 1691] The vindication of a late pamphlet (entituled 0bedience and submission to the present government demonstrated from Bp. Overal's Convocation-book) from the false glosses and illusive interpretations of a pretended answer / by the author of the first pamphlet.
Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705. / [MDCXCVIII 1698] Popery, superstition, ignorance, and knavery, very unjustly by a letter in the general pretended but as far as was charg'd, very fully proved upon the dissenters that were concerned in the Surey imposture / by Zach. Taylor.
Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705. / [1690] Obedience and submission to the present government, demonstrated from Bishop Overall's convocation-book
Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705. / [1683] A disswasive from contention being a sermon preached and designed for the last itineration of the King's preachers in the county Palatine of Lancaster / by Zachary Taylor ...
Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705. / [1696] The devil turn'd casuist, or, The cheats of Rome laid open in the exorcism of a despairing devil, at the house of Thomas Pennington in Orrel in the parish of Wigan and county of Lancaster / by Zachary Taylor ...
Taylour, N. (Nathanael). / [MDCXXVII 1627] Meditations for the passion weeke following the order of the time and story. / By N. Taylour..