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Thache, Thomas, b. 1616 or 17. / [1649] Gainsayer convinced: or, An answer to a certain scandalous paper, subscribed and sent by certain seduced and seditious people to a minister in the countrey:: in which the calling of the ministry of the Church of England, the nature of a visible church, the power of the magistrate under the gospel, the right of tithes, with many other points now in controversie, are briefly, fully and plainly cleared, to the satisfaction of those that are wavering; also much of the spirit and many of the errours of the Anabaptists of these daies (who call themselves saints) discovered and confuted. / By T.T. Preacher of the word at Kemble in Wiltshire.
Thacher, Thomas, 1620-1678. / [1678] A fast of Gods chusing plainly opened for the help of those poor in spirit, whose hearts are set to seek the Lord their God in New-England, in the solemn ordinance of a fast : wherein is shewed, 1, the nature of such a fast, 2, the testimony God will give thereunto of his gracious acceptance, 3, the special seasons wherein God will bear witness to such a fast, 4, some helps to faith that is shall be so, 5, why such a fast is so acceptable and succesfull, 6, how much this concerns Gods people in New-England : preached on a fast called by publick authority, on 26, 1[6]74 / by Thomas Thacher...
Thacher, Thomas, 1620-1678. / [1677] A brief rule to guide the common-people of New-England how to order themselves and theirs in the small pocks, or measels.
Thaddaeus, Joannes, fl. 1630. / [M.DC.LVI. 1656, i.e. 1655] The reconciler of the Bible:: wherein above two thousand seeming contradictions throughout the Old and New Testament, are fully and plainly reconciled. Being necessary for all those that desire to understand the sacred scriptures aright unto salvation. / By J.T. minister of the Gospel.
Thaddaeus, Joannes, fl. 1630. / [1662] The reconciler of the Bible inlarged wherein above three thousand seeming contradictions throughout the Old and New Testament are fully and plainly reconciled ... / by J.T. and T.M. ...
Thane, John, 1653 or 4-1727. / [1700] Two sermons preach'd against immorality and profaneness The first, on January 13. 1698/9. The second, on May 3. 1700. By John Thane, M.A. and one of the prebendaries of Chester.
Tharpe, Edward. / [1655] The new birth, or, Birth from above presented in foure sermons in Margarets Westminister, December 25 and January 15, 1653 and June 11, 1654 / by Edward Tharpe.
Theaker, Robert. / [1665] A light to the longitude, or, The use of an instrument called the seaman's director speedily resolving all astronomical cases and questions concerning the sun, moon, and stars : with several propositions whereby sea-men may find at what meridian and longitude they are at in all parts of the world : published for the advance of navigation / by Robert Theaker.
Theocritus. / [1588] Sixe idillia that is, sixe small, or petty poems, or æglogues, chosen out of the right famous Sicilian poet Theocritus, and translated into English verse.
Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrrhus. / [1602] The mirror of diuine prouidence. Containing a collection of Theodoret his arguments: declaring the prouidence of God to appeare notably both in the heauens and in the earth, and in all things therein contained: taken out of his workes De prouidentia.
Theophilos. / [1646] The love and faithfulnes of the Scottish nation the excellency of the covenant, the vnion between England and Scotland, cleared, by collections, from the [brace] declarations of Parliament, and, speeches of severall Independent brethren. By Theophilos.
Thévenot, Jean de, 1633-1667. / [1687] The travels of Monsieur de Thevenot into the Levant in three parts, viz. into I. Turkey, II. Persia, III. the East-Indies / newly done out of French.
Thévenot, M. (Melchisédech), 1620?-1692. / [1699] The art of swimming illustrated by proper figures with advice for bathing / by Monsìeur Thevenot ; done out of French ; to which is prefixed a prefatory discourse concerning artificial swimming, or keeping ones self above water by several small portable engines, in case of danger.
Thibaut, Jean, d. ca. 1545. / [1530] Pronosticacyon of maistre Ioh[a]n Thibaulte astrologyer to the emperoures Maieste, and to my Lady. [et]c. The yere of our lord god. M. CCCCC. xxx. calculed vpon thorizont of the towne of Antwerpe, co[n]teynynge the foure parties of the yere, and the influences of the newe mones, with theyr quartres, firste and last, and of peas, of w[arre], [and] of syckenesses of this yere, [and] of dy[uer]s countres, and the reuolucion of the kynges, and prynces, and the influence of .ii. eclipses of this present yere. [et] cetera.
Thibaut, P. (Pierre) / [1675] The art of chymistry as it is now practiced / written in French by P. Thibaut ... ; and now translated into English by a fellow of the Royal Society.
Thimelthorpe, C. / [1581] A short inuentory of certayne idle inuentions the fruites of a close and secret garden of great ease, and litle pleasure. By C.T.
Thims, Gregory. / [Printed 1643] The Protestant informer, or Information to all Protestants: shewing the causes and end, of this unjust warre, plotted by Romish Jesuites, and now managed by English papists, and their abbettors against this Parliament, and in this all other Parliaments: proving by forepast proceedings, present actions and persons acting that: this warre is no new quarrell, nor caused by the militia but divellish malice, against the true Protestant religion, and lawes of this kingdom, to set up, and establish popery, and hath beene fifteene, or sixteene yeares last past, preparing. Also justifying this Parliaments proceedings, by nature, law, and religion, against the false calumniations of all malignants: with an exhortation, to courage, liberality, patience, and constancy, to the hazard of life, and fortunes: in defence of Gods true worship; your own rights, liberties, and this present Parliament; with confidence of a blessing, and victory, like Caleb, and Ioshua: for your God is with you. Published for information to the ignorant. By Gregory Thims Gentl.
Third Order Regular of St. Francis. / [M. DC. XLIV 1644] The rule of penance of the seraphicall father S. Francis: approued and confirmed by Leo the X. for religious persons of the 3. order of S. Francis : together with a declaration of each point of the Rule, profitable not only to the religous of this order, but also to all religious women / by Br. Angelus Francis, friar minour.
Thomas, Dalby, Sir. / [1695] Propositions for general land-banks.
Thomas, Gabriel. / [1698] An historical and geographical account of the province and country of Pensilvania, and of the West-New-Jersey in America ... with a map of both countries / by Gabriel Thomas ...
Thomas, J. (John) / [1679] A vindication of the true Christian religion in opposition to the abominations of popery in a sermon upon Ezek. 21: 24,25,26,27 : being the text appointed by the Pope for Master Whitebread, one of the popish conspirators, to preach upon the accomplishing of their wicked design for taking away the life of His Most Sacred Majesty ... / by J. Thomas, Rect. of S. Nicholas.
Thomas, James, b. 1657 or 8. / [1685] An English prosodia to be learned immediately after the Accidence, in order to the better learning of Propria quæ maribus, as in præsenti, and quæ genus. By J. T. A.B.
Thomas, John. / [1697] An encomiastick and congratulatory poem on the glorious and peaceable return of His Sacred Majesty King William III into England 1697
Thomas, Lambrocke. / [1654] Milke for children, or, A plain and easie method teaching to read and write together with briefe instructions for all sorts of people ... : as also an appendix of prayer / by Lambrocke Thomas.
Thomas, Lewis, b. 1567 or 8. / [1599] Seauen sermons, or, The exercises of seuen sabbaoths. 1 The prophet Dauids arithmeticke. 2 Peters repentance. 3 Christs last supper. 4 Christ combating with Satan. 5 The sea-mans carde. 6 The sinners bath. 7 The forming of Eue the first woman. Together with a short treatise vpon the commaundements.
Thomas, Lewis, b. 1567 or 8. / [1600] Demegoriai. Certaine lectures vpon sundry portions of Scripture, in one volume. By Lewys Thomas: 1. Christ traualiing to Ierusalem. 2. Christ purging the temple. 3. The history of our Lords birth. 4. The true-louers canticle. 5. The propheticall kings triumph. 6. The anatomy of tale-bearers. 7. Peters persecution and his deliuerance. 8. Heauens high-way.
Thomas, Michael, rector of Stockton. / [1659] Two assize sermons preached at Bridgnorth for the county of Salop in the year 1657.: The first, upon Psalm 58. verse 1. Doe you indeed speak righteousnesse, o congregation? Doe ye judge uprightly, o ye sonnes of men? The second, upon Psalm 37. verse 37. Marke the perfect man, and behold the upright: for the end of that man is peace? / By Mich. Thomas; rector of Stockton in the same county.
Thomas, Michael, rector of Stockton. / [1655] The saints expectation and reward: a sermon at the funerall of that learned and faithfull minister of Christ Mr. Tho: Wiborow June 10th 1652. / Preached at Enfeild in Staffordshire, by Michael Thomas minister of Gods word at Stockden in Shropshire.
Thomas, Michael, rector of Stockton. / [1661] Church reformation, a discourse pointing at some vanities in divine service. Delivered in two sermons at Bridgnorth: Sept. 30. 1660. Being the Lords Day; and the time of the assizes held there for the county of Salop. By Mich: Thomas, rector of Stockton in the same county.
Thomas, William, 1593-1667. / [1656] A defence of the ministers of the nation, in answer to an epistle lately published by Thomas Speed.
Thomas, William, Captain. / [June 26. 1643] Good newes from sea,: being a true relation of the late sea-fight, betweene Captain William Thomas, captain of the 8th Whelp, now imployed for the service of the King and Parliament, against Captaine Polhill, captaine of the ship call'd the May flower Admirall of Falmouth, with the taking of the said ship. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this relation be printed and published. Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Thompkins, Edward. / [1691] The parable of the black-bird[s] and the magpie vindicated
Thompson, Anthony, d. 1665 or 6. / [M. DC. LVIII. 1658] The whole art of reflex dialling shevving the vvay to make all manner of dials which shall shew the houre by a spot of light reflected from a glasse upon any cieling whether it be flat or curved, or any other way irregular. As also upon any other object whatsoever, and whether the glasse be plain, or convex, as likewise whether it lie in the plain of the horizon, or oblique unto it. Together with all necessary furniture belonging thereunto. All performed by an easie instrument fitted, with lines to that purpose. Published by Anthony Thompson.
Thompson, George. / [1670] Aimatiasis, or, The true way of preserving the bloud in its integrity, and rectifying it, if at any time polluted and degenerate wherein Dr. Willis his errour of bleeding is reprehended, and offered to be confuted by practice and frequent experiments : and certain opinions of Dr. Betts in physick rejected and proved dangerously false ... / by George Thompson ...
Thompson, Henry, fl. 1618. / [1618] The soules alarum-bell. Wherein the sicke soule (through the horror of conscience) being awakened from security by the sight of sinne, hath recourse to God by meditation and prayer. By H. Thompson.
Thompson, James, Student in physick. / [1657] Helmont disguised, or, The vulgar errours of impericall and unskillfull practisers of physick confuted more especially as they concern the cures of the feavers, stone, plague and other diseases : in a dialogue between philiatrus, and pyrosophilus : in which the chief rarities of physick is admirably discoursed of / by J. T. ...
Thompson, John, d. 1688. / [1688] The last speech and confession of John Thompson, Richard Crook alias Hide, John Atkins alias Lush, Richard Stanley, Robert Wright, and Thomas Birch, for killing the two boys. Who were executed at Tybourn, on Friday the 4th. of this instant May, 1688.
Thompson, Nathaniel, d. 1687. / [1685] A collection of 86 loyal poems all of them written upon the two late plots viz, the horrid Salamanca plot in 1687, and the present fanatical conspiracy in 1683 : to which is added, advice to the carver : written on the death of the late L. Stafford : with several poems on their majesties coronation, never before published / collected by N.T.
Thompson, Richard, 1647 or 8-1685. / [1685] A sermon preached in the cathedral church of Bristol, June xxi, MDCLXXXV before his grace Henry, Duke of Beavfort, His Majesties lord lieutenant for that city and county / by Ric. Thompson ...
Thompson, Thomas, b. 1574? / [1618] Antichrist arraigned in a sermon at Pauls Crosse, the third Sunday after Epiphanie. With the tryall of guides, on the fourth Sunday after Trinitie. By Thomas Thompson, Bachelour in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods Word.
Thompson, William, d. 1649. / [1647] Englands freedome, souldiers rights:: vindicated against all arbitrary unjust invaders of them, and in particular against those new tyrants at Windsore, which would destroy both under the pretence of marshall law. Or, the just declaration, plea, and protestation of William Thompson, a free commoner of England, unjustly imprisoned at Windsore. Delivered to his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and that which is called his Councell of Warre, the 14. of December, 1647. Unto which is annexed his letter to the Generall, wherein the said plea was inclosed. Also a petition to the rest of his fellow-prisoners to his Excellency.
Thompson, William, d. 1649, defendant. / [1648] A true and impartial relation of the whole matters concerning the proceedings of several councels of war, against W. Tompson, a free commoner of England which may serve for a refutation to a scandalous paper, entituled, The vindication of Lieutenant General Cromwel, and Commissary General Ireton, and the late proceedings against the said William Tompson at White-hall, where he remains prisoner / now published by him for the better satisfaction of the kingdome.
Thomson, William, d. 1699. / [MDCLXXXIII. 1683] The treasures of the sea. A sermon to the mariners upon Deut. XXXIII. xviii, xix. And of Zabulun, he said, Rejoice Zabulun in thy ports, and Issachar in thy tents. They shall call the people unto the mountain, there they shall offer sacrifices of righteousness: for they shall suck of the abundance of the seas, and of treaures hid in the sand.
Thomsonn, Samuel, b. 1643? / [1676] Exercitations and meditations upon some texts of Holy Scripture and most in Scripture-phrase and expression. By Samuel Thomsonn, M.A. and Doctor of Physick; formerly student in Magdalen-Hall in Oxford.
Thor., George. / [1659] Cheiragogia heliana.: A manuduction to the philosopher's magical gold: out of which profound, and subtile discourse; two of the particullar tinctures, that of Saturn and Jupiter conflate; and of Jupiter single, are recommended as short and profitable works, by the restorer of it to the light. To which is added; Antron Mitras; Zoroaster's cave: or, An intellectuall echo, &c. Together with the famous Catholic epistle of John Pontanus upon the minerall fire. / By Geo. Thor. Astromagus.
Thornborough, John, 1551-1641. / [1630] The last will and testament of Iesvs Christ, touching the blessed Sacrament of His body, and bloud, signed, sealed and delivered to the vse of all faithfull Christians, in the presence of many witnesses, and proved in the prerogatiue of the church of Christ, by reverend bishops, learned doctors and ancient fathers of the same church. / Exemplified, copied out, and explaned by the Reverend Father in God, Iohn Thornbvrgh, Bishop of Worcester.
Thornborough, John, 1551-1641. / [1605?] The ioiefull and blessed reuniting the two mighty & famous kingdomes, England & Scotland into their ancient name of great Brittaine. By John Bristoll.
Thornborough, John, 1551-1641. / [1604] A discourse plainely prouing the euident vtilitie and vrgent necessitie of the desired happie vnion of the two famous kingdomes of England and Scotland by way of answer to certaine obiections against the same.
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1641] Of the government of churches;: a discourse pointing at the primitive form.
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1642] Of religious assemblies, and the publick service of God: a discourse according to apostolicall rule and practice. / By Herbert Thorndike.
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1656] A letter concerning the present state of religion amongst us
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1662] Just weights and measures that is, the present state of religion weighed in the balance, and measured by the standard of the sanctuary / according to the opinion of Herbert Thorndike.
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1670] A discourse of the forbearance or the penalties which a due reformation requires by H. Thorndike ...
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1659] An epilogue to the tragedy of the Church of England being a necessary consideration and brief resolution of the chief controversies in religion that divide the western church : occasioned by the present calamity of the Church of England : in three books ... / by Herbert Thorndike.
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [MDCLX. 1660] The due way of composing the differences on foot, preserving the Church, /: according to the opinion of Herbert Thorndike.
Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. / [1649] A discourse of the right of the Church in a Christian state: by Herbert Thorndike.:
Thorne, Edmund. / [1684] A funeral sermon upon the much lamented death of Col. Edward Cook who died in London upon January the 29th. and was buried in the chapple at Highnam near Gloucester, on February the 2d. 1683/4. By Edmond Thorne Master of Arts, and Fellow of Oriel College in Oxford.
Thorne, Francis, 17th cent. / [1643] The soules solace in times of trouble with severall particular remedies against despaire, collected out of the Psalmes of Daivd, and some short meditations and ejaculations upon the attributes of God, the Lords Prayer, and the tenne commandments / by F. Thorne ...
Thorne, George, of Weymouth. / [printed in the year 1664] The saints great duty in time of the dangerous afflictions, persecutions, and oppressions, they may meet with in the troublesome and tempestuous sea of this world, either by spiritual or temporal enemies. Preached in a farewel-sermon by Mr. George Thorne, of Weymouth in Dorset-shire. From Psal. 37. 34. Wait on the Lord, and keep his way. Published by a friend.
Thorne, Henry, fl. 1567-1584. / [1584] [The confutation of follie]
Thorne, William, 1568 or 9-1630. / [1603] Esoptron basilikon. Or A kenning-glasse for a Christian king. Taken out of the 19. chapter of the gospell of Saint Iohn, the 5. verse, in the words 3 Behold the man. And treated on by William Thorne, Deane of Chichester, and his Maiesties Hebrew reader in the Vniuersity of Oxford.
Thornton, Richard, fellow of Lincoln College. / [printed in the year 1653] A funerall speech upon the death and buriall of Charles Dymoke, Esq. Late champion to the King and Crown of England. Who dyed at Oxford, in July 1643. and was interred at Scrivelsby in Lincoln-shire, September the 6th, 1652. By R. Thornton.
Thornton, Richard, Fellow of Lincoln College. / [1635] The Ægyptian courtier. Delivered in two sermons, before the Vniversitie, at St. Maries Church in Oxford. The first, Iuly 25. 1631. The other, Iuly 6. 1634. By Richard Thornton, Mr. of Arts, and sometimes fellow of Lincolne Colledge.
Thornton, Samuel. / [1670?] A tender salutation to the seed.:
Thornton, Stephen, 1657 or 8-1744. / [1691] A sermon preached at the assizes held at Chelmsford in the county of Essex, September 2d, 1691 before the Honourable Sir William Dolben, Knight, one of the justices of the Court of Kings Bench by Stephen Thornton ...
Thorogood, B. / [1680] Captain Thorogood his opinion of the point of succession, to a brother of the blade in Scotland
Thorowgood, Edmund. / [1653?] An abstract of St. Pauls late deanry.
Thorowgood, G. / [1656] Pray be not angry: or, The womens new law:: With their several votes, orders, rules, and precepts, to the London-prentices, both in Cheap-side, Lumbard-street, Fish-street, Gracious-street, Broad-street, Fleet-street, Newgate-market, the Strand, Convent-garden; and all other places whatsoever, in and about the City of London, or parts adjacent. Likewise, their rare presidents and instructions, both to young-men and old, for the choosing of a good wife, or vertuous mistress; and how they shall know and distinguish an honest woman from an enticing and dissembling whore. Printed according to order; being pleasant for young-men, profitable for old-men, and hurtful to none.
Thorowgood, John. / [1665] The king of terrors silenced by meditations & examples of holy living and heavenly dying as the same was recollected and recommended by Sir John Thorowgood.
Thorowgood, Thomas, d. ca. 1669. / [1645i.e. 1644] Moderation iustified, and the Lords being at hand emproved,: in a sermon at VVestminster before the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament: preached at the late solemne fast, December 25. 1644. By Thomas Thorowgood B. of D. Rector of Grimston in the county of Norfolke: one of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order from that House.
Thorp, George, 1637 or 8-1719. / [1677] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Alderman of London, at Guild-Hall chappel by George Thorp ...
Thorpe, Francis, 1595-1665. / [1649] Sergeant Thorpe judge of assize for the northern circuit, his charge,: as it was delivered to the grand-jury at York assizes the twentieth of March, 1648. and taken in shortwriting. Clearly epitomizing the statutes belonging to this nation, which concerns (and, as a golden rule, ought to regulate) the severall estates and conditions of men. And (being duely observed) do really promote the peace and plenty of this Commonwealth.
Thou, Jacques-Auguste de, 1553-1617. / [1674] A true narration of that horrible conspiracy against King James and the whole Parliament of England, commonly called the gun-powder treason written in Latine by Jacobus Augustus Thuanus ... ; faithfully rendred into English.
Thou, Jacques-Auguste de, 1553-1617. / [1674.] The history of the bloody massacres of the Protestants in France in the year of our Lord, 1572 written in Latin by the famous historian, Ja. Aug. Thuanus ; and faithfully rendred into English. (alternative title: A true history of the Roman Catholicks designs and bloody contrivances for the subversion of the Protestant religion in England.: And how by the wonderful providence of God their treasonable and bloody conspiracies and designs have been discovered and prevented.)
Thou, Jacques-Auguste de, 1553-1617. / [1674] The history of the bloody massacres of the Protestants in France in the year of our Lord, 1572 written in Latin by the famous historian, Ja. Aug. Thuanus ; and faithfully rendred into English.
Thou, Jacques-Auguste de, 1553-1617. / [1676] The histories of the gunpowder-treason and the massacre at Paris together with a discourse concerning the original of the Powder-Plot; proving it not to be the contrivance of Cecill, as is affirmed by the Papists, but that both the Jesuits and the Pope himself were privy to it. As also a relation of several conspiracies against Queen Elizabeth.
Thrasher, William. / [1679] The marrow of chymical physick, or, The practice of making chymical medicines divided in three books, viz. shewing the true and perfect order to distil, or draw forth from vegetables, minerals and metals, their spirits, oyls, vinegars ... &c. : whereunto is added at the end of every such preparation its vertue and medicinal use for the preservation of health and restoring the diseased to sanity, a rare way of making metaline glass of any colour whatsoever ... / by Will. Thraster.
Throckmorton, Baynham, Sir, d. 1664. / [printed in the yeare 1643] A petition presented unto His Maiestie at his court at Bristoll on the 7 day of August. 1643. By Sir Baynham Throkmorton baronet, high Sheriffe of the County of Gloucester, on the behalfe of the clothiers of the same county. VVith His Majesties answer thereunto
Throckmorton, Job, 1545-1601. / [1594] The defence of Iob Throkmorton against the slaunders of Maister Sutcliffe taken out of a copye of his owne hande as it was written to an honorable personage.
Throckmorton, Raphael, 1601-1667. / [1659] The encouragement and reward of Christian charity set forth in a sermon preached in the chappel at the Rolls, October 9th 1659 by Raphael Throckmorton.
Throgmorton, George. / [1624] A treatise of faith, and of some principal fruits thereof. Deliuered in two sermons, vpon the third chapter of the epistle of Paul to the Ephesians, verse the 12. With some additions and enlargements, tending to the satistaction of such as are in doubt, whether they haue faith or no, and to the comforting of such as are troubled about the weakenesse of their faith. By G. Throgmorton, minister of the word of God.
Thun und Hohenstein, Frantz Siegmund, Graf von, 1639-1702. / [1683] A memorial which His Excellency the Count de Thunn, envoy extraordinary from his Imperial Majesty, presented to the King of Great Britain, the 3/13 of October, touching the raising of the Siege from before Vienna
Thurman, Henry, d. 1670. / [1660] A defence of humane learning in the ministry, or, A treatise proving that it is necessary a minister (or preacher) should be skill'd in humane learning by H. Th., St. Ch. Ch.
Thynne, Francis, 1545?-1608. / [1651] The application of certain histories concerning ambassadours and their functions, by Francis Thynn, Esquire. Taken out of Sir Robert Cottons library.: