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Vialart, Charles, d. 1644. / [1657] The history of the government of France, under the administration of the great Armand du Plessis, Cardinall and Duke of Richlieu, and chief minister of state in that kingdome wherein occur many important negotiations relating to most part of Christendome in his time : with politique observations upon the chapters / translated out of French by J.D. Esq.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1649] Speculum scripturale schismaticorum: or, A scripture looking--glasse, most exactly characterizing all sorts of schismaticks: wherein, as, in a looking-glass, face answers face; so, scriptures paint seducers root and race: And, that they are the seedmen of all evil; and, must be shun'd, as serpents, or the Devil.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1646] A summarie, or short survey of the annalls and most remarkable records of King Charles his reigne, from the first yeare thereof to this present, 1646.: VVherein wee may plainly see how the Popish, Jesuiticall and prelaticall malignant party have indevoured the ruine of this church and kingdom, but was by Gods mercy most miraculously prevented. / Collected by John Vicars.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1645] The picture of independency lively (yet lovingly) delineated:
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1645] Reverend sir, having lately received from you, by the hands of my loving neighbour and friend Mris. Ducker, a booke undeserved and unexpected savour, one of your last books, intituled, Innocencie and Truth triumphing together: I acknowledge it a just engagement of obliged gratitude, and therefore, accordingly, I doe here returne you deserved and most humble thankes for the same, by the same friendly hand. ...
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1645] The picture of Independency lively (yet lovingly) delineated.: By John Vicars.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1643] A looking-glasse for malignants: or, Gods hand against God-haters.: Containing a most terrible yet true relation of the many most fearefull personall examples (in these present times, since the yeere, 1640.) of Gods most evident and immediate wrath against our malevolent malignants. Together with a caveat for cowards and unworthy (either timorous or treacherous) newters. Collected for Gods honour, and the ungodlies horrour, by John Vicars. Imprimatur hic liber. Iohn White.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1644] The danger of treaties with popish-spirits, or, A seasonable caveat and premonition to our present most renowned Parliament touching the frail trust in the vowes and protestations of the popishly-affected princes for peace and reconcilement with their Protestant subjects.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [Printed in the yeare when the astrologers and mountebanks lost their judgments, 29 March, 1652] Against VVilliam Li-Lie (alias) Lillie: that most audacious atheisticall rayling Rabsheca, that impious witch or wizzard, and most abhominable sorcerer, or star-gazer of London, and all his odious almanacks, and others. / Written by John Viccars schoolemaster of Christ Hospitall, few dayes before his death, which he had prepared for the Black Munday, turned white since his dissolution.
Vicary, Thomas, d. 1561. / [1641] The English-mans treasure with the true anatomie of mans body / compiled by ... Mr. Thomas Vicary, Esquire ... ; whereunto are annexed many secrets appertaining to chyrurgerie, with divers excellent approved remedies ...
Vickris, Richard, d. 1700. / [1697] A salutation of love unto all who have known the call of God and have in measure believed therein: so far as to make open confession to his name and truth, and yet sit down short of the heavenly possession, through want of faithfulness thereunto, so come not to witness a being gathered into God's vineyard, to labour therein, which alone obtains the reward, and fits for his heavenly kingdom / by Richard Vickris.
Vickris, Richard, d. 1700. / [1697] A few things of great weight: offered to the consideration of all sober people, and to friends of truth more particularly, with relation to their early care and Christian endeavour to season the minds of their children while they are young, with the sense and savour of the spirit of truth / by Richard Vickris.
Victor, Verity. / [Printed in the year 1648] The royal project: or A clear discovery of his Majesties design in the present treaty.: Whereunto is annexed a seasonable caution for the Parliament of England, the Army under the command of Tho. Lord Fairfax, and all that thirst to be for ever freed from a long established course of tyranny, and to see this nation restored to its pristine glory, freedom, and tranquility. Wherein the rottenness of the present treaty, and the impossiblility of making the people thereby secure, and absolutely free, is palpably declared, and detected. / By Verity Victor.
Victor, Verity. / [1648] A plea for moderation in the transactions of the Army: or, VVeighty observations upon the late proposalls for peace, presented by the Honourable City of London, to Commissary-Generall Ireton, for concurrence of the Generall Councell.: Humbly offered unto the consideration of the officers of the Army; by Veritie Victor Gent.
Vidua, D. D. / [Printed in the year 1641] Bishops defended from scripture, laws, and other undeniable authors, by D.D. Vidua, a bishop of a parish, and S. Th. Pr.
Vigenère, Blaise de, 1523-1596. / [1649] A discovery of fire and salt: discovering many secret mysteries, as well philosophicall, as theologicall.
Viger, François, 1590-1647. / [1670] A discourse of Monsr. Vigier to the Lord Abbot Goddon, great dean of the cathedral church of Toul in Lorrain concerning the book of Monsr. Arnaud, doctor of the Sorbon, entituled The perpetuity of the faith of the Catholick Church touching the Eucharist, maintained against the book of Monsieur Claude : in which discourse is very briefly discovered the vanity and ineffectualness of that pompous volume of the Sorbonist / Englished out of French.
Vignier, Nicolas. / [1607] Concerning the excommunication of the Venetians a discourse against Cæsar Baronius Cardinall of the Church of Rome. In which the true nature and vse of excommunication is briefly and cleerly demonstrated, both by testimonies of Holy Scripture, and from the old records of Christs Church. Written in Latine by Nicolas Vignier, and translated into English after the copie printed at Samur 1606. Whereunto is added the Bull of Pope Paulus the Fift, against the Duke, Senate and Commonwealth of Venice: with the protestation of the sayd Duke and Senate. As also an apologie of Frier Paul of the order of Serui in Venice.
Vignola, 1507-1573. / [MDCLXIX 1669] The regular architect: or the general rule of the five orders of architecture of M. Giacomo Barozzio Da Vignola. With a new addition of Michael Angelo Buonaroti. / Rendred into English from the original Italian, and explained, by John Leeke student and teacher of the mathematicks, for the use and benefit of free masons, carpenters, joyners, carvers, painters, bricklayers, plaisterers: in general for all ingenious persons that are concerned in the famous art of building.
Vignolle, fl. 1637. / [1637] Abridgement of the life of Henry the Great, the fourth of that name: King of France and Navarre. Translated out of French.
Vigo, Giovanni da, 1450?-1525. / [1543] The most excellent workes of chirurgerye, made and set forth by maister John Vigon, heed chirurgie[n] of our tyme in Italie, translated into english. Whereunto is added an exposition of straunge termes [and] vnknowen symples, belongyng to the arte
Vila Flor, Sancho Manuel de Vilhena, conde de, ca. 1607-1677. / [1663] A relation of the great success the King of Portugal's army had upon the Spaniards, the 29th of May (Engl. stile) 1663
Vilant, William. / [1681] A review and examination of a book bearing the title of The history of the indulgence wherein the lawfulness of the acceptance of the peaceable exercise of the ministry granted by the Acts of the magistrates indulgence is demonstrated, contrary objections answered, and the vindication of such as withdraw from hearing indulged ministers is confuted : to which is added a survey of the mischievous absurdities of the late bond and Sanquhair declaration.
Vilant, William. / [Printed in the year 1689] Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. In two parts. / By Mr. William Vilant, the author of The gospel-call in meeter.
Villars, abbé de (Nicolas-Pierre-Henri), 1635-1673. / [1680] The Count of Gabalis, or, The extravagant mysteries of the Cabalists exposed in five pleasant discourses on the secret sciences / done into English by P.A. Gent., with short animadversions.
Villars, abbé de (Nicolas-Pierre-Henri), 1635-1673. / [1680] The Count of Gabalis, or, Conferences about secret sciences: rendered out of French into English by A.L. ...
Villault, Nicolas, sieur de Bellefond, 17th cent. / [1670] A relation of the coasts of Africk called Guinee with a description of the countreys, manners and customs of the inhabitants, of the productions of the earth, and the merchandise and commodities it affords : with some historical observations upon the coasts : being collected in a voyage made by the Sieur Villault ... in the years 1666, and 1667 / written in French, and faithfully Englished.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1672-1677] The memoires of the life, and rare adventures of Henrietta Silvia Moliere as they have been very lately published in French : with remarks.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1668] The husband forc'd to be jealous, or, The good fortune of those women that have jealous husbands a translation by N. H.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1679] The unfortunate heroes, or, The adventures of ten famous men, viz, Ovid, Lentullus, Hortensius, Herennius, Cepion, Horace, Virgil, Cornelius Gallus, Crassus, Agrippa, banished from the court of Augustus Cæsar in ten novels / composed by that great wit of France, Monsieur de Villa dieu ; Englished by a gentleman for his diversion.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1671] Loves journal a romance, made of the court of Henry the II of France : printed with license at Paris, 1670 / and now made English.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1673] The loves of sundry philosophers and other great men translated out of French.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1677] The disorders of love truly expressed in the unfortunate amours of Givry with Mademoiselle de Guise / made English from the French.
Villedieu, Madame de, d. 1683. / [1675] The amours of the Count de Dunois made English.
Villegas, Alfonso de. / [M. DC. XIV. 1614] The lives of saints written in Spanish, by the learned and reuerend father Alfonso Villegas, diuine and preacher. ; Translated out of Italian into English, and conferred with the Spanish. By W. & E.K. B..
Vilvain, Robert, 1575?-1663. / [an. Dom. 1654] A compend of chronography:: containing four thousand thirty yeers complet, from Adams creation to Christs birth. As an harbinger to two larger tomes, in pawn of the authors promiss: which he intends to perform, if God shal permit. / By Rob. Vilvain of Excester. Price at press 3 d.
Vilvain, Robert, 1575?-1663. / [A.D. 1654] Theoremata theologica: = Theological treatises.: Octo theses theologicæ: eight theses of divinity. 1. Animæ humanæ productio: Production of mans soul. 2. Puræ Dei prædestinatio: Divine predestination. 3. Verum ecclesiæ regimen: The tru [sic] church regiment. 4. Prædictiones de Messia: Predictions of Messias. 5. Duæ Christi genealogiæ: Christs two genealogies. 6. Apocalypsis patefacta: The revelation reveled. 7. Christi regnum in terra: Christs millenar reign. 8. Mundi hujus dissolutio: The worlds dissolution. / Complied or collected by Rob. Vilvain. Price at press in sheets 3 .s.
Vilvain, Robert, 1575?-1663. / [A.D. 1654] Enchiridium epigrammatum Latino-Anglicum.: An epitome of essais, Englished out of Latin: without elucidat explications. Containing six classes or centuries of [brace] 1. Theologicals. 2. Historicals. 3. Heterogeneals. 4. Bryto-Anglicals. 5. Miscellaneals. 6. Mutuatitials. Beside a fardel of 76 fragments. / Doon [sic] by Rob. Vilvain of Excester. Price at press unbound 1s. 6d.
Vincent, Humfrey. / [Printed in the year, 1641] Rome not called a church:
Vincent, Humfrey. / [1641] The coblers sermon cryed downe, as a cruell cup-shot counterfeit, or, The summe of Mr. Humfrey Vincents sermon as it was preached and penned by his owne month and hand confuting the matter and confounding the authour of that base-blasphemous pamphlet called The coblers sermon, Mr. Vincent who hath been a preacher these five and twenty yeeres, preached these two sermons at Saint Georges Church in Southwarke in the yeere 1641, the one on Friday the 10, the other on the Lords day, the 12 of December in the morning.
Vincent, Humfrey. / [1641] The coblers end, or His (last) sermon being a true relation of that sermon, which was preached in St. Georges Church in Southwark by a cobler last Sabbath day, being the 12. of December, 1641. who most impudently, and insolently stept up into the pulpit, and broached his Brownisticall & erroneous opinions to his auditors. This is none of your lying flashes, but all is most reall truth. His text was taken out of the 30. chapter of Esaiah, and the last verse. For the fire of Hell is ordained from the beginning, yea even for the King it is prepared, &c.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1683] Mr. Nathanael Vincent's letter to his congregation in and about London
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1688] A warning given to secure sinners to prepare for judgement, to flee from wrath to come, and turn from all sin but especially the sin which does most easily beset them / by Nathanael Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1681] Vasanos alåethinåe, the true touchstone which shews both grace and nature, or, A discourse concerning self examination, by which both saints and sinners may come to know themselves whereunto are added sundry meditations relating to the Lords Supper / by Nathanael Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1674] The spirit of prayer, or, A discourse: wherein the nature of prayer is opened, the kinds of prayer are handled, and the right manner of praying discover'd, several cases about this duty are resolved from Eph. 6, l8 ... : unto which is added a direction for the attaining the gift of prayer, that family-duty may not be omitted, nor secret duty discouraged through inability of utterance and expression / by Nathanael Vincent.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1674] The saints triumph over the last enemy in a sermon preached at the funeral of that zealous and painful Minister of Christ Mr. James Janeway : unto which is added his character, his sore conflict before he dyed, and afterwards his triumphant manner of departing from earth to the heavenly inheritance / by Nathanael Vincent.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1685] The right notion of honour as it was delivered in a sermon before the King at Newmarket, Octob. 4, 1674 published by His Majesties special command : with annotations, the contents whereof are in the following leaf / by Nath. Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1691] The principles of the doctrine of Christ, or, A catechism in which is contained the sum of the Christian religion, or what is necessary to be believed and done in order to salvation, the answers being but seventeen in number, and in very plain words easie to be understood : unto which is added A catechism for conscience, wherein the consciences of the ignorant, the grosly profane, the young, the meerely mortal, and the hypocrites are examined in order to their instruction and awakening, and the consciences of the sincere Christians are tried in order to their peace and comfort / by Nathanael Vincent.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1693] A present for such as have been sick and are recovered, or, A discourse concerning the good which comes out of the evil of affliction being several sermons preached after his being raised from a bed of languishing / by Nathanael Vincent.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1696] The perfect man described in his life and end. In a funeral discourse upon Psalm XXXVII. 37. Occasioned by the death of that pattern of uprightness Mr. Edward Lawrence. By Nathanael Vincent, M.A. minister of the Gospel. Whereunto are added some passages out of two letters, written by two excellent ministers concerning Mr. Lawrence; who were well acquainted with him, and with the worth of him.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1684] Odos gath operbochåens the more excellent way to edifie the Church of Christ, or, A discourse concerning love : the design of which is to revive that grace (now under such decays) among Protestants of all perswasions / by Nathanael Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1676] A heaven or hell upon earth, or, A discourse concerning conscience by Nathanael Vincent.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1682] The great change discoursed of in a funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Martha Thompson, late wife of Captain William Thompson in Wapping. Preached by Nathanael Vincent, M A. minister of the gospel.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1679] A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of Mr. George Baker first preached and then published, at the earnest desire of his relations, by Nathanael Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1669] The day of grace in which the chief of sinners may be turn'd and healed / by Nathanael Vincent.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1695] The cure of distractions in attending upon God in several sermons preached from I Cor. 7.35 / by Nathanael Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1671] A covert from the storm, or, The fearful encouraged in times of suffering from Rev. 2. 10 : fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer ... / by Nathanael Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1688] The conversion of the soul, or, A discourse explaining the nature of that conversion which is sincere and directing and perswading all to cease their loving sin and death, and to turn to God and live / by Nathanael Vincent ...
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1669] The conversion of a sinner explained and applied from Ezek. 33. 11 ... part whereof was preached some while since at Saviours Southwark : The day of grace, discoursed of from Luke 19. 41,42 ... / by Nathaneal Vincent.
Vincent, of Lérins, Saint, cd. ca. 450. / [the .xxii. daye of October. 1554] The waie home to Christ and truth leadinge from Antichrist and errour, made and set furth in the Latine tongue, by that famous and great clearke Vincent, French man borne, aboue .xi. hundred yeres paste, for the comforte of all true Christian men, against the most pernitious and detestable crafte of heretikes, which in his tyme by all subtell wayes, deuised to obscure and deface the doctrine and religion of the vniuersall churche. And now the same worke is englished, and by the Quenes highnes authorised to be sette furthe for the reliefe fo diuers Englishe menne, which yet stande in doubte, whether they may goe to heauen in the peace and vnitie of Christes vniuersall churche, or to hell in the dissention and confusion of heretikes.
Vincent, of Lérins, Saint, d. ca. 450. / [1596?] The golden treatise of the auncient and learned father Vincentius Lirinensis. For the antiquitie, and vniuersalitie, of the Catholicke religion: against the prophane nouelties of all heresies: newly translated into English by A.P. Verie profitable for all such as desire in these dangerous times, to imbrace the true Gospell of Iesus Christ, and to remaine free from all infectio[n] of false doctrine as in the preface more at large is declared.
Vincent, Philip, b. 1600. / [1638.] The lamentations of Germany. Wherein, as in a glasse, we may behold her miserable condition, and reade the woefull effects of sinne. / Composed by an eye-witnesse thereof: and illustrated by pictures, the more to affect the reader. By Dr. Vincent. Theol..
Vincent, Samuel. / [1674] The young gallant's academy, or, Directions how he should behave himself in all places and company as in an ordinary, in a play-house, in a tavern, as he passes along the street all hours of the night, and how to avoid constables interrogatories : to which is added, the character of a town-huff : together with the character of a right generous and well-bred gentleman / by Sam. Overcome.
Vincent, Thomas, 1634-1678. / [1668] The foundation of God standeth sure, or, A defence of those fundamental and so generally believed doctrines of the trinity of persons in the unity of the divine essence, of the satisfaction of Christ the second person of the real and glorious Trinity, the justification of the ungodly by the imputed righteousness of Christ : against the cavils of W.P. J. a Quaker in his pamphlet entituled The sandy foundation shaken &c. : wherein his and the Quakers hideous blasphemies, Socinian, and damnably-heretical opinions are discovered and refuted, W.P.'s ignorance, weakness, falshoods, absurd arguings, and folly is made manifest unto all ... / by Thomas Vincent.
Vincent, Thomas, 1634-1678. / [1671] The only deliverer from wrath to come, or, The way to escape the horrible and eternal burnings of Hell: By Thomas Vincent.
Vincent, Thomas, 1634-1678. / [1668] Words whereby we may be saved. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudlins milk-street, London:
Vinciolo, Federico de, fl. 1587-1599. / [1591.] New and singular patternes & workes of linnen. Seruing for paternes to make all sortes of lace, edginges, and cut-workes. : Newly inuented for the profite & contentment of ladies, gentlewomen, & others, that are desirous of this arte..
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1657 i.e. 1656] A treatise of the institution, right administration, and receiving of the sacrament of the Lords-Supper.: Delivered in XX. sermons at St Laurence-Jury, London. / By the late reverend and learned minister of the Gospel Mr Richard Vines sometime master of Pembroke-Hall in Cambridge.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1656] Sermons preached upon several publike and eminent occasions by ... Richard Vines, collected into one volume.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1662] The saints nearness to God being a discourse upon part of the CXLVIII Psalm / written at the request of a friend by Richard Vines ...
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1646] The purifying of vnclean hearts and hands:: opened in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their solemne fast, January 28. 1645. in Margarets Westminster. / By Richard Vines, one of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of the House of Commons.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1656] Peitharchia: obedience to magistrates, both supreme and subordinate. In three sermons, preached upon the anniversarie election-day of three Lord Majors successively, viz. Sr. Thomas Viner, elected, September 29. 1653. Sr. Christopher Pack, on the same day, 1654. Alderman John Dethicke Esq. now Lord Elect, chosen the same day. 1655. At the church of Lawrence Jewrie London, together with a fourth sermon tending towards a description of the corruption of the mind, preacht at Pauls on the 24th day of June, 1655. / By Richard Vines.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1644] The impostures of seducing teachers discovered;: in a sermon before the Right Honorable the Lord Major and court of Aldermen of the city of London, at their anniversary meeting on Tuesday in Easter weeke, April 23, 1644. at Christ-Church. By Richard Vines, minister of Gods word at Weddington in the county of Warwick, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. Imprimatur, Charles Herle.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [printed in the year, 1660] His Maiesties concessions to the bill of abolition of arch-bishops and bishops, &c. stated and considered.: By Richard Vines, one of the divines that attended the Commissioners of Parliament.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1646] The hearse of the renowned, the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Essex and Ewe, Viscount Hereford, Lord Ferrers of Chartley, Bourchier and Lovaine, sometime Captaine Lord Generall of the armies raised for the defence of King and Parliament. As it was represented in a sermon, preached in the Abbey Church at Westminster, at the magnificent solemnity of his funerall, Octob. 22. 1646. By Richard Vines. Published by order of the House of Peeres.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1655] The corruption of minde.: Described in a sermon preached at Pauls the 24. day of June, 1655. / By Richard Vines, preacher of Gods word at Laurence-Jury, London.
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [M. DC. XLII. 1642] Calebs integrity in following the Lord fully,: in a sermon preached at St. Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late solemne and publick fast, Novemb: 30th. 1642. By Richard Vines, Mr. of Arts of Magd. Colledge in Camb: and minister of the gospell at Weddington in the county of Warr:
Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1647] The authours, nature, and danger of hæresie.: Laid open in a sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons at Margarets Westminster, upon Wednesday the tenth of March, 1646. being set apart as a solemne day of publike humiliation to seeke Gods assistance for the suppressing and preventing of the growth and spreading of errours, heresies, and blasphemies. / By Richard Vines. Printed by order of the House of Commons.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [Printed Anno Dom. 1661] Two petitions of Thomas Violet of London goldsmith, to the Kings Majestie I. Seting forth the great abuses practised by the makers of gold and silver thread, wire, lace, to the great waste of the stock and treasure of the kingdome, in culling and melting down the heavy currant silver. II. One hundred & twelve several parcels of course and adulterate silver lace, ... Mr. Alexander Jackson, who is sworne assay-maker at Goldsmiths Hall, ... III. Ten several heads or branches certified by the Committee of Trade the 17th of June 1657. seting forth the several abuses in making gold and silver lace, wire, and thread; ... IV. Thomas Violet's petition to the Right Honourable, several Lords of the Privy Council, who are appointed a committee for the removing the obstructions of the mint, present to your Lordships such rules, orders, and instructions for the due vending, and uttering of the said manufactures, ... for the ends expressed.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [1659] A true narrative of the proceedings in the Court of Admiraltie against the ships Sampson, Salvador, and George, their silver and lading and an accompt presented what silver was taken out of the said ships, and coined in the tower (being above two hundred seventy eight thousand pounds), all which silver the common-wealth got by the chargeable prosecution and discovery of Tho. Violet, who saved the common-wealth this silver, Dec. 16, 1652 ... : together with several humble proposals, for the profit and honour of this common-wealth, in saving them many score of thousand pounds ... / by Tho. Violet ...
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [1662] The case of Thomas Violet citizen and goldsmith of London,: before the honourable committee of Parliament, for regulating the abuses in making gold and silver wyre, and lace.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [an. Dom. 1653] A true narrative of som [sic] remarkable-proceedings concerning the ships Samson, Salvador, and George, and several other prize-ships depending in the High Court of Admiralty; humbly presented to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, and the Councell of State, and the Councell of Officers of his excellency the Lord Generall. / By Tho. Violet of London, gold-smith.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [1650] A true discovery to the commons of England how they have been cheated of almost all the gold and silver coyn of this nation, which hath been, and is daily transported into forraign parts. And how the people of this nation are, and have been abused by light and clipped English money, and the means shewed for the prevention thereof. Humbly presented to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. By Thomas Violet a true lover of his countrey.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [1662] To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty and to the Lords spiritual and temporal, with the Commons assembled in Parliament : a true discovery of the great damage His Late Majesty, King Charles the First, received by Sir Paul Pindar and the rest of the comminssioners in their managing His Late Majesties impost and custom, from the year 1626 to 1639 ... : here is likewise humbly offered to Your Majesty and the Parliament a modell for collecting Your Majesties customes for the future / by Thomas Violet.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [Printed Anno Domini 1656] Proposals humbly presented to His Highness Oliver, Lord Protector of England, &c. and to the High Court of Parliament now assembled for the calling to a true and just accompt all committee-men, sequestrators, treasures, excize and custom-commissioners, collectors of monthly assessments and all other persons that have been entrusted with the publick revenue or have in their custody any thing of value appertaining to the Commonwealth ... / by Tho. Violet.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [anno Dom. 1653] Mysteries and secrets of trade and mint-affairs: with several reasons against transporting treasure; and waies set down for preventing the same : formerly presented to the Right Honorable the Lord Bradshaw, (at whose desire I undertook this pains,) and presented it to the late Council of State : and now enlarged, and humbly presented to this present Parlament of the Common-wealth of England, in Aug. 1653. / By Tho. Violet of London, goldsmith.
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [1643] An humble declaration to the right honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, touching the transportation of gold and silver, and other abuses practised upon the coynes and bullion of this realm, presented the 12th day of April, 1643 wherein is declared the great mischeifes that have befallen the common-wealth, by the above-said misdemeanours / by Thomas Violet ...
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [1660] An appeal to Caesar wherein gold and silver is proved to the Kings Majestie's royal commodity : which, by the lawes of the kingdom, no person of what degree soever but the Kings Majestie and his Privy Council can give licence to transport either gold or silver ... / by Tho. Violet ...
Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662. / [anno Dom. 1651] The advancement of merchandize: or, Certain propositions for the improvment of the trade of this Common-wealth, humbly presented to the right honoroble the Council of State. And also, against the transporting of gold and silver. / By Tho. Violet of London goldsmith.
Violet, Thomas, fl.1634-1662. / [1647] To the right honourable the Lord Maior, aldermen, and common counsell of the City of London. These; ...
Virel, Matthieu. / [1594] A learned and excellent treatise containing all the principall grounds of Christian religion. Set downe by way of conference in a most plaine and familiar manner. Written first in French by maister Mathew Virell, after translated into Latine: and now turned into English for the vse of our country-men.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1548?] A verie familiare [and] fruiteful exposition of the .xii. articles of the christian faieth conteined in the co[m]mune crede, called the Apostles Crede made in dialoges, wherein thou maiste learne al thinges necessarie to be beleued. Compiled bi Peter viret a frenche man [and] translated in to englishe.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1585] The schoole of beastes; intituled, the good housholder, or the oeconomickes. Made dialogue-wise, by M. Peter Viret, translated out of French into English, by I.R.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1583] The second part of the Demoniacke vvorlde, or worlde possessed with diuels conteining three dialogues, 1. Of familiar diuels, 2. Of lunaticke diuels, 3. Of the coniuring of diuels / translated out of French into English by T.S. ...
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1579] [The principal points which are at this daye in controuersie, concerning the holly supper and of the masse.]:
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1565] The firste parte of the Christian instruction, and generall so[m]me of the doctrine, conteyned in the holy Scriptures wherein the principall pointes of the religion are familiarly handled by dialogues, very necessary to be read of all Christians. Translated into Englishe, by Iohn Shute, accordyng to the late copy set forth, by th'author Maister Peter Viret. 1565. Ouersene and perused, accordyng to the order appointed, by the Queenes maiesties iniunctions.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1582] An epistle to the faithfull necessary for all the children of God: especially in the s[o] dangerous dayes. Written by Maister Peter Viret in french, and englished by F.H. Esquier.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [Anno. 1573] A Christian instruction, conteyning the law and the Gospell. Also a summarie of the principall poyntes of the Christian fayth and religion, and of the abuses and errors contrary to the same. Done in certayne dialogues in french, by M. Peter Viret, sometime minister of the Word of God at Nymes in Prouince. Translated by I.S. Seene and allowed according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1579] The Christian disputations, by Master Peter Viret. Deuided into three partes, dialogue wise: set out with such grace, that it cannot be, but that a man shall take greate pleasure in the reading thereoff. Translated out of French into English, by Iohn Brooke of Ashe.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571. / [1584] The cauteles, canon, and ceremonies, of the most blasphemous, abhominable, and monstrous popish Masse. Togither, the Masse intituled of the body of Iesus Christ. Fully and wholy set downe, both in Latine, and Englishe, the Latine faithfully taken out of the Masse booke after the romishe vse. Imprinted at Lyons by Iohn Cambray, in the yeare a thowsand fiue hu[n]dred and twenty, the title whereof hereafter ensueth on the next page. With certaine annotations for the vnderstanding of the text, set forth by that godly and learned minister in the Church of God Peter Viret, and translated out of French into English by Tho. Sto. Gent.
Virgil. / [1573] The whole .xii. bookes of the Æneidos of Virgill. Whereof the first .ix. and part of the tenth, were conuerted into English meeter by Thomas Phaër Esquire, and the residue supplied, and the whole worke together newly set forth, by Thomas Twyne, Gentleman. There is added moreouer to this edition, Virgils life out of Donatus, and the argument before euery booke
Virgil. / [1649] The works of Publius Virgilius Maro translated by John Ogilby.
Virgil. / [1622] Didos death. Translated out of the best of Latine poets, into the best of vulgar languages. By one that hath no name
Virgil. / [1554] The fourth boke of Virgill, intreating of the loue betweene Aeneas and Dido, translated into English, and drawne into a straũge metre by Henrye late Earle of Surrey, worthy to be embraced..
Virgil. / [1658] An essay upon two of Virgil's Eclogues and two books of his Æneis (if this be not enough) towards the translation of the whole / by James Harrington.
Virginia. / [1662] The lawes of Virginia now in force collected out of the assembly records and digested into one volume : revised and confirmed by the Grand Assembly held at James-City by prorogation the 23d of March 1661 in the 13th year of the reign of our soveraign lord King Charles the II.
Virginia. / [1684] A complete collection of all the lavvs of Virginia now in force Carefully copied from the assembly records. To which is annexed an alphabetical table.
Virginia Company. / [1610] Whereas [Henry Erle of Huntingdon] hath paid in ready mony to Sir Thomas Smith Knight, Treasurer of Virginea [sic], the somme of [fortye powndes] for his aduentures towards the said voiage ... Written this [forth] of [Aprill] Anno Domini 1610.
Virginia Company of London. / [1621] A note of the shippping, men, and prouisions, sent and prouided for Virginia, by the right honorable, the Earle of Southampton, and the Company, this yeare, 1620.
Vives, Juan Luis, 1492-1540. / [1529?] A very frutefull and pleasant boke called the Instructio[n] of a Christen woma[n]/ made fyrst in Laten/ and dedicated vnto the quenes good grace/ by the right famous clerke mayster Lewes Uiues/ ; and turned out of Laten into Englysshe by Rycharde Hyrd. Whiche boke who so redeth diligently shall haue knowlege [sic] of many thynges/ wherin he shal take great pleasure/ and specially women shal take great co[m]modyte and frute towarde the[n]crease of vertue & good maners..