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Massachusetts. Council. / [1680] At a council held at Boston in New-England, January 6, 1679 by the council, Edward Rawson, secretary.
Massachusetts. Council. / [1678] At a Council held at Boston the 22d. of August 1678. whereas Benjamin Wait and Stephen Jennings of Hadley on the 24th. of October last 1677. were appointed and ordered by the honoured Governour John Leveret Esq. to take their journey to Canada in order to their procuring the several English captives that were taken by the Indians from Hatfield on the 19th. of September last ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1675] At a Council held at Boston the 25th. of June, 1675 the governour and magistrates being assembled in Council to consider of the publick affairs of this common-weal, ... doe nominate and appoint the 29th. day of this instant June to be kept as a day of humiliation and prayer ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1678] At a council held at Boston, January the 3rd. 1677. whereas the Holy God, who out of his tender mercy and bowels of compassion hath preserved this people, and these churches from the malice and rage of their enemies ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1669] At a council held at Boston, March 10, 1668. The governour and magistrates being assembled in Council, and in some measure sensible of the many tokens of the Lords displeasure against the cutting short the fruits of the Earth for sundry years past ...
Massachusetts. Council. / [1675] At a Council held at Boston, September the seventeenth 1675 It having pleased the Holy God ... The governour and Council of this jurisdiction therefore ... do appoint and order the seventh day of the next moneth; to be a day of public humiliation, with fasting and prayer ...
[1698] At a Council of the Royal Society of London, for improving natural knowledge, 28 Decemb. 1698.
Massachusetts. Council. / [1676] At a council, held at Charleston, June the 20th, 1676. The Holy God having by a long and continued series of his afflictive dispensations in & by the present warr with the heathen natives of this land ...
England and Wales. Commissioners for Charitable Uses. / [1662] At a court holden the 8th day of January, 1662. at the court house of the parish of St Clement Danes without Temple-Barr in the county of Middlesex, by the commissioners for charitable uses for the said county and city of Westminster.
Governors for the Poor (London, England) / [1699] At a court of the right honourable president and governors for the poor of the City of London, holden at Guild-Hall, on Thursday the 25th day of May, 1699.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1691] At a general court for Their Majesties colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, sitting at Boston, upon adjournment, December. 22th. 1691. Forasmuch as these coasts have been and still are infested with divers piratical sea rovers and other enemies; whereby sundry depredations, robberies and damages have been done to and committed upon many of the king and Queens Majesties liege subjects, their vessels, goods and estates to the great impoverishing and hurt of the same ...
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1688?] At a general court held at Boston in the year [lacuna] by the court, Edward Rawson, secretary.
Massachusetts Bay Company. / [1682] At a General Court held at Boston; May 24th. 1682. This Court taking into consideration the frequent exportation of our New-England coyns out of the country ... it is ordered that all pieces of eight ... shall pass amongst us as currant money ...
East India Company. / [1693] At a general court of the adventurers for the general joynt-stock to the East-Indies holden at the East-India-House. November the 16th. day, 1693.
Royal African Company. / [1671] At a generall meeting of all the subscribers to the stock of the Royal Company: holden at Drapers-Hall the 19th of December 1671 His Royal Highness present with the Sub-governour and Deputy-governour.
University of Oxford. / [1653/4] At a meeting of the delegates in D. Stauntons lodgings Feb. 27. 1653.
University of Oxford. / [1690] At a meeting of the heads of houses, April 28, 1690. Whereas great care hath been taken for regulating the apparel and habits of all scholars of whatever rank or degree within the University ...
England and Wales. Court of Sewers (Cambridgeshire, England) / [1619] At a session of Sewars holden at Cambridge, the xiij. and xiiij. dayes of October, ann. Dom. 1619 ...
England and Wales. Court of Sewers (Cambridgeshire, England) / [1619] At a session of Sewars holden at the cittie of Ely, the xxij. and xxiij. dayes of September, ann. Dom. 1619 ...
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1690] At a session of the General Court of the Massachusets [sic] Colony, in Boston, 28th of May, 1690. Whereas the honourable Sir William Phipps, Knight, is appointed to take the chief command, and Major John Walley to be second unto him in command of all the forces that shall be provided for their Majesties service, in an expedition of Gods assistance intended for Canada, against the common enemy, French and Indians.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1675] At a sessions of the General Court held at Boston the 3d. of November 1675. This court being in some measure sensible of the hand of the Lord being stretched forth against us in the way of his judgments, by sickness and war shortning our numbers ... This court doth appoint and set apart the second day of December next to be kept a day of solemn humiliation and prayer throughout the severall churches, congregations and town in this colony ...
Aberdeen (Scotland). Committee of War. / [1646] At Aberdeen, the xiij of June, 1646
[ca. 1684] At Amsterdamnable Coffee-House, on the 5th of November next, will be exposed to pu[b]lick sale these goods following, in several parcels
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1646] At [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 1646 yeers. Forsameikle as the Estates of Parliament, by their Act of the date the third day of Februar 1646 yeers, have granted power and commission, to prosecute the wayes and means already laid down, for bringing in of moneys, for the use and entertainment of the armies and garrisons within this kingdom ...
[1680?] At Clarkenwell-Green at the Barbers-house, right against the Nags-head Tavern, is resident a physician.
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1648] At Edinburgh October 11. 1648. Whereas the honourable Houses of Parliament of England have been pleased to offer assistant to us for suppressing the common enemy, we have thought fit that some regiments ... do stay in this kingdome ... and whereas divers abuses hath been lately committed, and for preventing of which abuses that may be done to any of the souldiers ...
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1645] At Edinburgh the 13 of March 1645
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [Anno 1645] At Edinburgh the 14. day of April 1645. Forasmeikle as upon the first of this instant, about eight a clock in the morning, certain cleansers in Kelso being cleaning ane house ... the fire took hold of that house, and by occasion thereof, the whole houses of that town from that down-ward ...
Scotland. Parliament. / [1647] At Edinburgh the 15 of October, 1647 the Committee of Estates being frequently met, to take into consideration the disbanding of the army presently within the Kingdome, according to a former act of the committee of the eleventh of September last ...
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [Anno 1645] At Edinburgh the 28th day of March 1645. The Committee of Estates, taking to their consideration the present condition of affairs in this kingdom, there being a number of unnaturall countreymen and traitors joyned with the Irish rebels risen in arms in the northern shires...
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1648] At Edinburgh the 6. of December, 1648
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1648] At Edinburgh the 9th. of November, 1648
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1642] At Edinburgh the first day of February, 1642. Forsamekle [sic] as by the crueltie of the rebels in Ireland, great numbers of His Majesties good subjects, and our own countreymen there, are daily forced to flee out of Ireland to those parts in the west countrey, ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno 1643] At Edinburgh the fourth of March, 1643. Forasmeikle as the Lords of His Majesties Privy Councell of this Kingdome, having, according to the offer made in Parliament, and particular treaty agreed upon with his Majesty and the Parliament of England, sent over to Ireland the number of ten thousand men, ...
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates / [1645] At Edinburgh the twentie day of May 1645 The Committee of Estates taking to their consideration the traiterous designes of the intestine enemie against this kingdome ...
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1648] At Edinburgh, the 6. of October. 1648. VVhereas upon disbanding of the forces lately in arms, in and about Sterling great numbers of officers and souldiers, of that army, and others returned from England: do resort hither to the city of Edinburgh, and suburbs thereof, and commit divers disorders and insolencies, ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1661] At Edinburgh, the nineteenth day of November, one thousand six hundred and sixty one, the Lords of his Majesties Privy Council considering that since the reformation and establishment of the Protestant religion within this kingdom, ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno 1662] At Edinburgh, the ninth day of January, one thousand six hundred and sixty two. The Lords of His Majesties Privy Council having considered His Majesties letter ... bearing, that whereas by the advice and consent of the Parliament, his Majesty did allow the administration of the church government of this kingdom by sessions, presbyteries, and synods ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1667] At Edinburgh, the ninth day of October, one thousand six hundred and sixty seven. The Lords of his Majesties Privy Council, in pursuance of his Majesties gracious pleasure contained in his royal proclamation above mentioned, do give power, warrand, and commission to the persons following, within the several bounds and jurisdictions under-written ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1662] At Edinburgh, the second day of January, one thousand six hundred and sixty two. The Lords of his Majesties Privy Council considering, that the late act of Parliament, entitled, Act for encouraging of shipping and navigation ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1662] At Edinburgh, the tenth day of April, one thousand six hundred and sixty two
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno Dom. 1674] At Edinburgh, the third day of September, one thousand six hundred seventy and four years. The lords of His Majesties Privy council taking to their consideration, that the work which the magistrates of Edinburgh have undertaken, and are presently about, in conveying and bringing in vvater to the said burgh, by leaden-pypes and conduits, ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1664] At Edinburgh, the thirtieth day of July, one thousand six hundred and sixty four. Forasmuch as it hath pleased the King's Majesty, by a letter dated the twenty sixth of this instant July ... gave order, that such of the fined persons, who should be charged before Lambmass .. should pay in the first moyety of their fines ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1661] At Edinburgh, the twelfth day of December, one thousand six hundred and sixty one
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1665] At Edinburgh, the twelfth day of July, one thousand six hundred and sixty five. Forasmuch as the sickness and plague in the City of London, suburbs thereof, and places near adjacent thereto, doth daily increase and break out in several towns and villages of the kingdom of England ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1677] At Edinburgh, the twenty fifth day of January, 1677. : Forasmuch, as a considerable number of brewers for themselves, and in behalf of the remanent brewers within the town of Edinburgh, and the shires of Edinburgh and Haddingtoun, have proposed and desired, that they may be allowed to sell the ale and drinking beer ...
[1690] At Exeter Change. A collection of paintings of several rare masters. Will be sold by auction, or who bids most, on Tuesday the 15th. day of April, at two of the clock in the afternoon. The conditions of sale as usual, and the time of paying and fetching away the lots so bought, to be within three days after at the said place, and paying porterage.
Scotland. Privy Council. / [Anno Dom.0 1678] At Haly-Rude-House, the seventeenth day of January, 1678. Forasmuch, as a considerable number of brewers for themselves, and in behalf of the remanent brewers within the town of Edinburgh, and the shires of Edinburgh and Haddingtoun, has proposed and desired, that they may be allowed to sell the ale and drinking-beer for this present year, at twenty pennies the pynt ...
Scotland. Privy Council. / [1662] At Holyrud-house, the thenth day of September, one thousand six hundred and sixty two.
Case, John, Dr. / [1690-1700] At Lily's Head, over against Ludgate Church, within Black Fryars Gateway, next door to the feather-shop you will find your old physian [sic], J.C. of 22 years practice, ...
Barnes, Mr. / [1700] At Mr. Barnes' booth between the Crown-Tavern and the Hospital-Gate, in the Rounds over-against the Cross Daggers in West-Smith-Field where you will see the English flag hang out on the top of the booth, during the time of Bartholomew-Fair, is to be seen the famous rope-dancers in Europe, being four companies joyn'd in one, viz. the English, High-German, French and Morocco.
Brett, Mr. / [1700?] At Mr. Brett's, an apothecary, at the upper-end of Prescot-Street, in Goodmans-Fields, London, liveth a chirurgion, who infallibly cures all sorts of squint, or blear eyes, in a short time, without pain or danger, in either age of infancy, tho' of long continuance; ...
Croomes, Mr. / [1677?] At Mr. Croomes, at the signe of the shooe and, slap neer the hospital-gate in West-Smithfield, is to be seen the wonder of nature ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1689-1702 : William and Mary) / [Printed in the year 1689] At St. James's the 7th of January, by His Highness the Prince of Orange. My Lords and gentlemen, the only reason which induced me to undergo so dangerous an undertaking, ...
Scotland. Parliament. Committee of Estates. / [1645] At Stirling the 12. of June 1645
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside, dwells a physician a graduate in the University of Oxford, and a member of the Colledge of Physicians in London, who has safe and sure medicines for curing the French Disease, and all the degrees of it, as heat in the Urine, ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside, dwells J. Pechey, a member of the College of Physicians in London, who has a pill that he has found by many years experience ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside. Dwells a physician, a graduate in one of our own Universities, and a member of the Colledge of Physicians in London, who has a pill prepared with wholsom ingredients, ...
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1700?] At the angel and crown in Basing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street, from Cheapside, on the left hand, lives John Pechey, of long standing in the Colledge of Physicians in London.
Pechey, John, 1655-1716. / [1685] At the angel and crown in Bazing-lane, being the second turning in Bread-street from Cheapside, on the left hand, lives J. Pechey, of the Colledge of Physicians in London.
[1691] At the Bell-Tavern over against the Gate-House in Kings-Street Westminster. Will be exposed to sale a curious collection of paintings; being most originals, by the best masters of Europe, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 13th 14th 15th and 16th of this instant October, 1691 Beginning exactly at four of the clock in the afternoon, and so will continue till all be sold. The condition of sale. ... Catalogues may be had at the Canary-House near Exeter-Exchange, at Gardyners's Coffee-House near St. James's and at the place of sale gratis.
[1680?] At the blew ball in Great Knight-rider street, by doctors commons, is sold that famous power, called, Arcanum Magnum, formerly prepared by that learned River[?], physician-regent to the French king, and approved by most persons of quality in Christendom, for preserving the face; ...
[1680?] At the blew ball in Great Knight-Rider-Street, by doctors commons back-gate liveth a physician. Who cureth the venereal disease with all its symptomes, as Gonorrhea, or running of the reines, pain in the head, ...
Elmy, Mr. / [between 1670 and 1680] At the blew Ball in Haydon yard in the Little Minories, London, near the Tower, liveth one Mr. Elmy, operator, who in a most excellent manner cureth all sorts of deafness in any, from the age of seven to fourscore years, ...
Elmy, Mr. / [between 1673 and 1680] At the blew Ball in Heydon yard in the Little Minories, London, near the Tower, liveth one Mr. Elmy, operator, who prepareth that most excellent and successful arcana, Pilula Homogenea.
[1680?] At the blew ball in little Kerby street in Hatton Garden in Holborn liveth a gentlewoman,
Maris, Elizabeth. / [1700?] At the Blew-Ball in Grays-Inn Lane near Holborn Barrs, next door to a tallow-chandler; where you may see my name upon a board over the door. Liveth Elizabeth Maris, the true German Gentlewoman. Lately arrived.
Elmy, Mr. / [1700] At the Blew-Ball in Sir William Pritchards [sic] rents in Haydon-Yard in the Little-Minories near the Tower, London, liveth Mr. Elmy, operator, occulist, and practitioner of that noble art of healing: who
[1685?] At the Blue-Ball, the upper-end of Cow-Lane, near the sheep-pens in west-Smithfield, are to be sold the following medicaments, viz.
[1690?] At the Boot and Spatterdash next door but one to the Vine Tavern in Long-Acre, near Drury-Lane, liveth a German Dr. and surgeon. Who by the blessing of God on his great pains, travels and experience, hath had wonderful success in the cure of the diseases following.
[1691] At the Canary-House, near the east end of Exeter Change, between the Feathers-Tavern and Long's Coffee-House. Will be exposed to sale a curious collection of paintings, being about three hundred in number, most of them originals, by the best masters of Europe; on Thursday the 2d, of this instant July, beginning exactly at five of the clock in the afternoon, and so will continue the following days till all be sold There will also be exposed to sale a small quantity of Latine books. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale gratis.
England and Wales. Parliament. Committee of the Navy. / [1648] At the committee of Lords and Commons for the Navy and customes. 10 November 1648.
City of London (England). Committee for the Militia. / [1648] At the committee of the militia of London the 3d. of Iune, 1648.: Ordered, that Major Generall Skippon be desired to give orders to Colonell Manwaring and Colonell Webb, and the rest of the gentlemen, to the effect, as in the following writing.
England and Wales. Lords Justices. / [1696] At the council-chamber in White-Hall, the second day of July, 1696 Present, Their Excellencies the Lords Justices in council. Earl of Bridgewater, Earl of Stamford, Earl of Mountague, Earl of Scarbrough, Earl of Bradford, Earl of Romney, Earl of Ranelagh, Lord Viscount Dursley, Lord Wharton, Lord Cornwallis, Mr. Secretary Trumbull, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Henry Goodrick, Mr. Russell, Mr. Boscawen, Mr. Smith.
[1688] At the Council-Chamber in Whitehall, Monday the 22, of October, 1688
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1688.] At the Council-chamber in Whitehall, Monday the 22th. of October, 1688: This day an extraordinary council met, where were likewise present, by His Majesties desire and appointment, Her Majesty the Queen Dowager, and such of the peers of this kingdom, both spiritual and temporal, as were in town. And also the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the City of London, the judges, and several of Their Majesties Council learn'd, hereafter named.
[1688] At the council-chambers in Whitehall Monday the 22 of October, 1688.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1665] At the court at Oxford, the sixt of October 1665, present the King's Most Excellent Majesty ... His Majesty taking into His Royall consideration and princely care the preventing (by Gods blessing) as much as may be, any growth of the infection, so dreadfully spread in other places from this his city of Oxford ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1671/2 i.e. 1672] At the Court at White Hall, January 2, 1671/2 present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1665/6. i.e. 1666] At the court at White-hall the second of March, 1665/6. Present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty. His Royal Highness the Duke of York. His Highness Prince Rupert. Duke of Albemarle. Lord Chamberlain.... It was this day ordered by his Maiesty in Council, that whatever ship or vessel shall take in her lading in any port of England or Wales, or town of Berwick upon Tweed, of any sorts of goods or merchandizes whatsoever not prohibited by law to be exported....
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1663] At the Court at White-Hall, August the 14, 1663 present : the Kings Most excellent Majesty, Lord Chancellour, Lord Treasurer, Lord Privy-Seal ... [et al.]
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1670] At the Court at White-hall, August the 19th 1670. Present, the King's most excellent Majesty. ... Whereas it hath pleased God in an extraordinary measure to afflict this His Majestie's city of London with several dismall accidents of fire, ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1682] At the court at White-hall, the 13th. of July, 1682. Present the King's most excellent Majesty: &c.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1671] At the court at White-hall, the eighth of November, 1671. Present, the Kings most excellent Maiesty, ... Whereas there have risen of late several differences between the Company of Stationers, London, and Edward Atkyns, Esquire, to whom His Majesty hath granted the sole priviledge of printing common-law-books, ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1668] At the Court at White-hall, the four and twentieth day of July 1668. Present, the King's most excellent Majesty. ... His Majesty being informed that there are pamphlets, libells, and other seditious papers daily printed and dispersed within the cities of London and Westminster, ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1676] At the Court at Whitehall 10 March 1675/6 By the King's Most Excellent Majesty and the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1674/5. i.e. 1675] At the Court at Whitehall February the third, 1674/5. Present, the Kings most Excellent Majesty His Highness Prince Rupert ... [27 others] Mr Speaker. His Majesty was this day pleased in Council to command, that the following orders and resolutions should be forthwith printed and made publick. His Majesty was pleased this day in council to declare, that he found it necessary that the laws which were made for the safety and preservation both of church and state, should be put in execution with more care and diligence then of late they have been;...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1680 i.e. 1681] At the court at Whitehall the 16th of February, 1680 Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty, His Highness the Prince Rupert Lord Bishop of London ... Whereas since the expiration of the Act of Parliament made in the 22d & 23d year of his Majesties reign, entitled, An Act for regulating the plantation trade; ...
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1683] At the court at Whitehall the 20th of July, 1683
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1676] At the Court at Whitehall the 24th of November, 1676. By the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the lords of his Majesties most honourable Privy Council. Upon reading this day at the board the humble petition of John Ariens van Hamme, James Barston, Daniel Parker, John Campion, Richard Newnham and divers others using the manual occupation or trade of potters ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1685-1688 : James II) / [1688.] At the court at Whitehall the 29th of June 1688. Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty, Lord Chancellor, Lord President, Lord Privy Seal, Lord Marquess of Powis, Lord Chamberlain, Earl of Huntingdon, Earl of Bathe, Earl of Craven, Earl of Berkeley, Earl of Melfort, Earl of Castlemain, Lord Bellasyse, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Nicholas Butler, Mr. Petre. : Whereas by the late Act of Uniformity, which establisheth the liturgy of the Church of England ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1667] At the court at Whitehall the eighth of May 1667. Present the King's Most Excellent Majesty, His Royal Highness the Duke of York, ... Sir William Coventry. An order made by the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council of the City of London, of the 29. of April last past, in the ensuing words, (viz.)
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1672] At the court at Whitehall the eleventh of December, 1672 present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [MDCLXXII 1672] At the court at Whitehall the fifteenth day of May, 1672 present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury [and 18 others].
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1667] At the court at Whitehall the nineteenth of April, 1667. Whereas the Lord Chancellor, Lord Treasurer, and Lord Keeper of the privy seal, the two and twentieth day of December last, did in pursuance of the statute made in the eight and twentieth year of the reign of King Henry the Eighth, for pricing of wines...
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1684] At the court at Whitehall the nineteenth of December 1684 His Majesty minding to secure all his loving subjects in travelling ...
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1688] At the court at Whitehall the sixteenth day of February, 1688, present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty whereas by the late Act of Uniformity, which establisheth the liturgy ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1684] At the court at Whitehall the sixteenth of February 1684 present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, His Royal Highness the Prince of Denmark ... : whereas by the late Act of uniformity which establisheth the liturgy.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1689-1694 : William and Mary) / [1692] At the Court at Whitehall the tenth of October, 1692. Present, the Queens most excellent Majesty in Council.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1676] At the Court at Whitehall the third of October, 1676 present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1680.] At the court at Whitehall, April the sixteenth, 1680. Present, the Kings most Excellent Majesty His Highness Prince Rupert ... [19 others] Mr. Godolphin. : Whereas information hath been this day given to His Majesty in council upon oath, that John Arnold, Esq; one of His Majesties justices of the peace for the county of Monmouth, was the last night between the hours of nine and ten of the clock in Bell Yard, near Jack-an-apes Lane end, maliciously and feloniously assaulted,...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1682.] At the court at Whitehall, December the thirteenth, 1682. Present the Kings most excellent Majesty, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury ... [19 others] Mr. Godolphin. Whereas it has been represented to His Majesty, that by reason of the frequent abuses of a lewd sort of people called spirits, in seducing many of His Majesties subjects to go on shipboard, where they have been seized and carried by force to His Majesties plantations in America ...
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1664 i.e. 1665] At the court at Whitehall, March 6, 1664.: Present, the King's Most Excellent Majesty ... / It was ordered by His Majesty in Council, that an order this day read and approved at the board, for the dispensing for some time with certain clauses of several acts concerning trade, shipping and navigation, be forthwith printed and published. John Nicholas.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1682] At the court at Whitehall, November the 22th, 1682. Present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty in council. Whereas a petition was this day presented ... from several thousands of the poor distressed sea-men, ... and other late inhabitants of Wapping, ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1672.] At the court at Whitehall, the 26th of March 1672. Mr. Secretary Trevor..
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1664] At the court at Whitehall, the 28th of October, 1664 Present the kings most excellent Majesty. His royal highness the Duke of York. Lord Chancellor. Lord Treasurer. Duke of Albemarle. Duke of Ormond. Lord Chamberlain. Earl of Anglesey. Earl of Lauderdail. Earl of Middleton. Lord Bishop of London. Lord Ashely. Mr. Vice-Chamberlain. Mr. Secretary Morice. Mr. Secretary Bennet. Mr. Chancellor of the Dutchy. Sir Edward Nicholas. It was this day ordered (His Majestie present in Council) that his Majesties declaration, for incouragement of sea-men and mariners imployed in the present service, be forthwith printed by his Majesties printer, &c. Richard Browne. His Majesties declaration for encouragement of seamen and mariners employed in the present service.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1672] At the court at Whitehall, the fifteenth of May, 1672 present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty ...
[1677] At the court at Whitehall, the seventeenth day of January, 1676/7 by the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy-Council. Whereas upon the humble petition of Sir John Clayton knight, setting forth, that by vertue of His Majesties letters patents he had erected at above two thousand pounds charge, several light-houses upon the northern coasts, for the benefit of navigation.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1678/9. i.e. 1679] At the court at Whitehall, the third of January, 1678/9. Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty. His Highness Prince Rupert ... [31 others] Mr. Speaker. Whereas the Kings most excellent Majesty ... did by his royal proclamation, bearing date the thirtieth day of October last, straitly charge and command all persons being popish recusants ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) / [1680.] At the court at Whitehall, the thirteenth of October 1680. Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty, His Highness Prince Rupert ... [17 others] Mr. Godolphin. : His Majesty being informed, that notwithstanding his late proclamation of the fourth of this instant October, commanding all Papists, or reputed Papists, to depart from the cities of London and Westminster ...
England and Wales. / [1686] At the court at Whitehall, this 26th day of March 1686. Present, the Kings Most Excellent Majesty ... : Whereas it has been represented to His Majesty, that by reason of the frequent abuses of a lewd sort of people, called spirits, in seducing many of His Majesties subjects to go on shipboard, where they have been seized, and carried by force to His Majesties plantations in America ...
England and Wales. Parliament. / [1674] At the court of Whitehall the first of May, 1674. Present, the Kings Most Excellent Majesty ...
Hippen, H. / [1700?] At the Crown and Golden-Ball on London-Bridge, where is a free entry, next door to London-Bridge Coffee-house near St. Magnus Church, liveth H. Hippen.
[1675] At the Crown in Ivey-Lane, going into Newgate Market, you may have these following medicines delivered to you by Mr. Peck or his wife in my absence.
Lens, Bernard, 1659-1725. / [1697] At the dravving-school near the Hand and Pen in St. Paul's church-yard, is taught the art of drawing: on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in the morning from eight to eleven; for five shillings entrance and five shillings a month. Also on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the evening from six to nine: at the said place on the same terms. Those that please may be taught at their respective habitations. By B. Lens, and J. Sturt.
Southwark (London, England.). Grand Jury. / [1681] At the general sessions of the peace holden for the town and borough of Southwark on Monday the 16th. day of May, 1681. before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor of the City of London, the Recorder of the same city, and other his Maiesties Justices of the Peace for the said town and borough. We the Grand-Jury summoned and sworn for this present sessions of the peace, holden for this town and borough of Southwark, do humbly beseech the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of the City of London, and the rest of His Majesties Justices of the Peace for the said town and borough, that his Lordship, or some other of his Majesties said Justices of the Peace will be pleased in the behalf of us and of the rest of the inhabitants of the said town and borough, to present to his most sacred Majesty the humble address hereunto annexed.
City of London (England). / [1681] At the general sessions of the peace, and goal delivery held for the city of London, on Wednesday the 31st of August, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bayly, in the three and thirtieth year of our Sovereign Lord, Charles, &c.
City of London (England) / [1654] At the general sessions of the publick peace holden for the City of London by adjournament at Justice-hall in the Old-Baily in the parish of Sepulchers in the ward of Farringdon without London: on Wednesday the sixteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord One thousand six hundred fifty and four, before Sir Thomas Vyner Knight Mayor of the City of London, Thomas Atkin, Thomas Andrews, Thomas Foot, John Kendrick, aldermen of the said City; William Steel serjeant at Law, and recorder of the same city, John Dethick, and Robert Tichborn, aldermen of the city aforesaid, justices assigned to keep the publike peace in the said City; and also to heare and determine divers felonies, trespasses; and other misdemeanours within the same city committed.
[1615?] At the Generall Sessions of the Peace holden at [blank] in the [blank] yeere of the raigne of our Soueraigne Lord Iames by the grace of God king ... and of Scotland the [blank] and fortieth, there being present [blank] His Maiesties iustices of peace of the said [blank] in the same [blank] alehouse-keeper, is admitted and allowed ... to keepe a common alehouse
[1680?] At the Golden Ball in St. Christophers Church-Yard in Thread-Needle-street, near Stocks Market. You may have a certain, safe and private cure for any venereal pox or clap, by a physician, not us'd to make himself publick, nor had not now, only to oppose the ignorant, and prevent the ruin of such as labour under this disaster: ...
[1675?] At the Golden-Ball and White-Horse in Water-lane, near Fleet-Street, liveth a licensed physitian. Who by the blessing of God on his great pains, travels, and experience hath had wonderful success in the cure of the diseases following, viz ...
[1670?] At the Golden-Ball in Princes-Street, near Stocks-Market, you may have a certain, safe and private cure for any venereal pox or clap, by a physician that design'd not to make this further publication after fifteen years successful practice. ...
[1691] At the Green Dragon next to Northumberland-House at Charing-Cross, will be exposed to sale (by auction) a curious collection of original paintings of the best masters of Europe; where there will be several large pieces fit for halls; also very fine small pieces for ladies closets; on Tuesday the 24th of this instant March, at four of the clock in the afternoon, and so continue the following days till all be sold Catalogues may be had, and the paintings be viewed the day before, at the place of sale; also a parcel of prints set off in water-colours. The conditions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
[1685?] At the Heart and Star, over against the Black-Bull, in the great Old-Bailey, lives a physician.
[1690] At the Kings Arms Tavern, over against St. Clement's-Church in the Strand, will be sold by way of auction, a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, formerly belonging to a person of quality. The sale will begin on Thursday next, being the 16th of October, exactly by three of the clock, and will continue the following days until all be sold; the whole collection containing about 300 pieces. As also a collection of about 2000 prints, drawings, and draughts of tombs, and 26 books of prospective, which were the collection of Mr. Boarman sculptor; which will be exposed to sale on Saturday next.
[1690] At the Kings-Arms Tavern, over against St. Clements Church in the Strand, will be sold by way of auction, on Tuesday next, being the 11th. of this instant November. A curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters in Europe. Also prints and drawings, of Titian, Vandyck and others; together with several Indian screens stained on sattin: cupids very finely carved on wood, very pleasant for ladies closets. The sale will begin exactly at three of the clock, and will continue Wednesday, Thursday and Friday following.
[1691] At the Kings-Arms Tavern, over against St. Clements Church in the Strand, will by the request of some worthy gentlemen be exposed to sale a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies by the best masters of Europe, on Wednesday the first of April, 1691 where there will be several large and good peices [sic] fit for halls, stair cases, &c. The sale will begin exactly at 4 of the clock, and so continue the following days till all be sold: and at the latter end of the said sale will be exposed a curious collection of prints and drawings, by the best masters of Europe. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale, and at Mr. Playford's next the Temple Church in the Temple gratis. The conditions of sale I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
[1691] At the Kings-Arms Tavern, over-against St. Clements Church in the Strand, wil by the request of some worthy gentlemen be exposed to sale a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies by the best masters of Europe, on Tuesday the third of this instant March, 1690/91. Where there will be several large and good pieces fit for halls, stair cases, &c. The sale will begin exactly at 4 of the clock, and so continue the following days till all be sold; and at the latter end of the said sale will be exposed a curious collection of prints and drawings, by the best masters of Europe. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale, and at Mr. Playford's next the Temple Church in the Temple gratis. The contidions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer: ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
[1691] At the New Auction House in Drury-lane over against great Queen-street, on Monday the 7th, Wednesday the 9th. and Friday the 11th. of this instant December, at three of the clock in the afternoon, will be sold a curious collection of paintings by the best masters The conditions as usual.
[1680?] At the New-House in the Wash Garden, in Haydon-yard in the Little-Minories, London, Liveth a physician of many years experience, who by his studies hath experimentally attained to the perfect and speedy cure of the pox, his medicines being of such an efficacious quality that they totally eradicate all venerial atomes ...
[1675?] At the Pestle and Mortar, in Abchurch-Lane in Lombard-street, you may have these following medicines.
[1693] At the Queens-house in East Greenwwich, in the county of Kent, the ninth day of March, in the fifth year of the reign of Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, by the grace of God of England, Scotland, &c. commissioners then present, the Right Reverend Fathers in God Henry Lord Bishop of London, Simon Lord Bishop of Ely, Thomas Lord Bishop of Lincoln, Richard Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Dr. Thomas Plume Arch-Deacon of Rochester ...
[1675?] At the rose over against the Gray-hound-tavern in the strand, there is a physitian.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1678] At the second sessions of the general court held at Boston in New-England. Whereas it hath pleased His Most Excellent Majesty our gratious King, by his letter bearing date the twenty seventh of April, 1678. to signifie his royal pleasure, that the authority of this his colony of Massachusetts in New-England, do give forth orders that the oath of allegiance as it is by law established within his kingdome of England, be administered and taken by all his subjects within this colony, who are of years to take an oath ...
[1675?] At the sign of the Blew Ball in Salsbury Court next door to the Ben-Johnsons Head near Fleet-street. Liveth a German gentlewoman, of above thirty years experience in physical practice, that cures all the following distempers, ...
[1685?] At the sign of the Flower de Luce near the church porch in the Little Miuories [sic], without Aldgate.
[1690?] At the sign of the moon and stars in Leopard's Court in Baldwins-Gardens near Holborn, lives a gentleman, who by the benefit of a learned education in the University of Louvain, daily study and 30 years practice and travels, has arrived to a greater perfection in several arts than the common practioners in physick and astrology can justly pretend to ...
[1699?] At the sign of the two faces, upon great Tower-Hill, a little above the Gun-Tavern. Lives a physician, of above twenty years experience in the cure of all diseases incident to the bodies of men, women, and children; but more especially the pox, or venerial diseases; ...
[1685?] At the sign of the Wheat-Sheaf in Bedford-Berry, (near Covent-Garden) up one pair of stairs, the back-door coming into Deans-alley, being very private, liveth a physitian, who has a method that cures the French disease in a more easie way than can be expected, ...
[1685] At the sign of the windmill in Jewen-Street, near unto Alders-Gate-Street, lives an approved physician, who (by God's blessing) infallibly cures. viz. the running of the reins, known by an issue from the yard, and scalding pain in making water (not always got by foul women, as some think) ...
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [M. DC. XXXIIII. 1634] At the Starre-Chamber the twentieth of Iune, 1634. Present: Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. ... Master Secretary VVindebank.
[1693] At the tovvn-hall in Abingdon on Thursday, May the twelfth, at two in the afternoon will be sold by auction these following books
Wright, Mr., junior. / [1691] At the Two White Posts, against the statue, at Charing-Cross, on Thursday the 18th. instant at three in the afternoon, will be exposed to sale, a curious collection of original paintings, and other excellent copies, of the best masters; some fit for closets, chimneys, stair-cases, &c. Continuing daily, till all be sold. By Mr. Wright junior. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Nott's in the Pall-Mall, at Mr. Playford's near the Temple-Church, and at the place of sale, gratis.
[1692] At the venduë next Bedford-Gate in Charles-street Covent-Garden the great collection of paintings will continue to be expos'd by auction on Munday the 8th. instant at four a clock and every Munday following till May The great lamps are now finish'd. All that buy are to fetch them away within three days and to pay half a crown in the pound if demanded at time of sale. Care will be taken to keep the room very warm.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1691] At the west end of Exeter Change above stairs in the Strand, will be exposed to sale a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, some fit for halls, stair-cases, &c. On Monday 21, Tuesday 22, and Wednesday 23th. of this instant December. Beginning exactly at four of the clock each afternoon, and so continue daily till all are sold. All persons that have any good pictures to be sold, are desired to send them in four days before the sale, where attendance is given to receive the same. By Ferdinando Verryck. The conditions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
[1691] At the west end of Exeter Change above stairs in the Strand, will be exposed to sale a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, some fit for halls, stair-cases, &c. On Monday the 2d. Tuesday the 3d. Friday the 6th. and Saturday the 7th. of November next, 1691. Beginning exactly at four of the clock each afternoon. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Playford's next the Temple Church in the Temple and at the place of sale gratis. The conditions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
[1691] At the west end of Exeter Change above stairs in the Strand, will be exposed to sale a curious collection of original paintings, some by Paul de Vernez, Carratz, Tintoret, &c and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, some fit for halls, stair-cases, &c. on Wednesday the 18th. Thursday the 19th. and Friday the 20th. of this instant November, 1691. Beginning exactly at four of the clock each afternoon. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Playford's next the Temple Church in the Temple and at the place of sale gratis. The conditions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1692] At the west end of Exeter Change above stairs in the Strand, will be exposed to sale by way of auction, a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, some fit for ladies closets, stair-cases, chimney-pieces, and for halls, &c. On Wednesday the 13th. Thursday the 14th. Friday the 15th. of this instant January. Beginning exactly at four of the clock each afternoon, and so continue daily until all be sold. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Playford's next the Temple-Church in the Temple, and at the place of sale gratis. By F. Verryck. The conditions of sale. I. That he or she that bids most is the buyer; ... IV. That no person is to bid less than six pence a time for any lot exposed to sale.
[1690] At the west-end of Exeter Change a curious collection of one hundred and odd paintings· Being most originals by the best masters in Europe, with several fine copies by very good hands. Will be sold by auction, or who bids most, on Monday the 19th. day of May, at two of the clock in the afternoon The conditions of sale as usual, and the time of paying and fetching away the lots so bought, to be within three days after at the said place of sale, shall leave the third part of the price of such pictures as they shall buy in earnest.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1690] At the west-end of Exeter Change, a curious collection of original paintings, and other fine copies, by the best masters of Europe, will be sold by way of auction, or who bids most, on Monday the 22th, and Wednesday the 23th. of this instant September, beginning exactly at three of the clock in the afternoon. / By Ferdinando Verryck. The conditions of sale as usual, and the time of paying and fetching away the lots so bought, to be within three days after at the said place, and paying porterage. And all gentlemen that are strangers to the said place of sale, shall leave the third part of the price of such pictures as they shall buy in part of payment.
Verryck, Ferdinando. / [1690] At the west-end of Exeter Change, a curious collection of three hundred and odd paintings, being most originals by the best masters in Europe, with several fine copies by very good hands. Will be sold by auction, or who bids most, on Monday the 2d. and Tuesday the 3d. of June, at three of the clock in the afternoon. / By Ferdinando Verryck. The conditions of sale as usual, and the time of paying and fetching away the lots so bought, to be within three days after at the said place, and paying porterage. And all gentlemen that are strangers to the said place of sale, shall leave the third part of the price of such pictures as they shall buy in earnest.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I). / [1622] At Theobalds, the 12. of Aprill 1622. The copy of a reference from the Kings most excellent Maiesty: as also a letter from the right honourable lords of His Maiesties most honourable Priuy Councell, to the most reuerend fathers in God, the lords arch-bishops of Canterbury and Yorke their graces.
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1627] At White-Hall the foure and twentieth of October, 1627 present [brace] Lo. Keeper, Lo. Treasurer, Lo. President, Lo. Steward, Lo. Chamberlaine, E. of Suffolke, E. of Exeter, E. of Dorset, E. of Bridgewater, E. of Totnes, E. of Kellie, Lo. Visc. Conwey, Lo. Bishop of Bath and Wells, M. Treasurer, M. of the Wards, M. Secr. Coke, M. Chancelor of the Exchequer, M. of the Rolles, M. Chancelour of the Duchie.
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [1626] At White-Hall the fourteenth of Ianuary, 1625 present Lord Chamberlaine, Lord Conwey, M. Secretary Coke.
England and Wales. Privy Council. / [Anno M.DC.XXVIII 1628, i.e. 1629] At Whitehall the eleuenth of March 1628 ... whereas His Maiesties armie (lately discharged at Portsmouth) hath continued since the first raysing thereof by the space of forty two months ...
[1641] The atachment examination and confession of A French-man upon Christmas day, concerning trecherie intended against London, upon Tuesday, Decemb. the 27, 1641. Also the examination and confession of seven papists, who were taken by the watch on Friday night, and brought before the magistrates, who said there should be an alteration suddenly. With a report from from Abbington towne in Barkshire, being a relation of what harme the thunder and lightning did on Thursday last, upon the body of Humphrey Richardson, a rich miserable farmer. With an exhortation for England to repent. Also how the barne of the aforesaid man was burned downe. Warranted by Iohn Andrewes Esquire. Iustice of peace and coram, living in the same shire.
Fisher, Payne, 1616-1693. / [1682] The atchievements of the Kings of England since King Egbert of the Saxon race
Wingfield, John, Master of Arts. / [1634] Atheisme close and open, anatomized And a refuge in affliction. Being prayers fitted for severall occasions. By I.W. Master of Arts.
Towers, William, 1617?-1666. / [1654] Atheismus vapulans, or, A treatise against atheism, rationally confuting the atheists of these times by Will. Towers ... Polytheismus vapulans, or, There is but one God.
J. M. / [1672] The atheist silenced, or, The existence of a deity and his creation and government of the world demonstrated from reason, and the light of nature only, in a plain and mathematical method by axioms and theorems : with an appendix touching the most proper method of preaching the Gospel among the heathens / by J.M. ...
Emes, Thomas, d. 1707. / [1698] The atheist turn'd deist and the deist turn'd Christian, or, The reasonableness and union of natural and the true Christian religion by Tho. Emes.
Person of honour. / [1685] The atheist unmasked, or, A confutation of such as deny the being of a supream deity that governs heaven and earth by unanswerable arguments deduc'd ... / by ---- a person of honour.
Harris, John, 1667?-1719. / [1698] The atheist's objections against the immaterial nature of God, and incorporeal substances, refuted in two sermons preach'd at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, April 4th and May 2nd, 1698 : being the fourth and fifth lecture for that year, founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. / by John Harris.
[1642] The atheisticall polititian or A briefe discourse concerning Ni. Machiavell.
[1670?] The Atheists help at a dead lift, viz the benefit of clergy
Sydenham, Humphrey, 1591-1650? / [1627] The Athenian babler a sermon preached at St. Maries in Oxforde, the 9. of Iuly, 1626, being Act-Sunday / by Humphry Sydenham ...
Wyeth, Joseph, 1663-1731. / [1692] The Athenian Society unvaild: or, Their ignorance and envious abusing of the Quakers detected and reprehended
Clynnog, Morys, ca. 1521-1581. / [1568. dyụgụyl. S. Nicolas i.e. feast of St. Nicholas, 6 Dec.] Athravaeth Gristnogavl, ḷe cair ụedi cynnụys yn grynno'r hoḷ brifbynciau syḍ i gyfarụyḍo dyn ar y phorḍ i baradụys..
Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698. / [1677?] Atlas cælestis containing the systems and theoryes of the planets, the constellations of the starrs, and other phenomina's of the heavens, with neccesary tables relating thereto / collected by John Seller.
Robijn, Jacobus, d. ca. 1710. / [1682] Atlas maritimus, or The sea-atlas being a book of maritime cards. Describing the sea-coasts, capes, headlands, sands, shoals, rocks and dangers. The bays, roads, harbors, rivers and ports, in most of the known parts of the world, collected from the latest and best discoveries that have been made by divers able and experienced navigators.
Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698. / [1672?] Atlas maritimus. or A book of charts: Describeing the sea coasts capes headlands sands shoals rocks and dangers the bayes roads harbors rivers and ports, in most of the knowne parts of the world. With the true courses and distances, from one place to another. Gathered from the latest and best discoveryes, that have bin made by divers able and experienced navigators of our English nation. Accomodated with an hydrographicall description of the whole world. By John Seller. Hidrographer to ye Kings most excellent Majestie.
Seller, John, fl. 1658-1698. / [1679] Atlas minimus, or, A book of geography shewing all the empires, monarchies, kingdomes, regions, dominions, principalities and countries in the whole world / by John Seller ...
Turner, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1687] An attempt towards an explanation of the theology and mythology of the antient pagans. The first part by John Turner.
[1657] An attest of the housholders within the parish of Buttolphs Aldgate London, unto the innocency of Mr. Zach. Crofton, their present minister and faithfull pastor. VVherein wee acquit our selves from the guilt and odium of prosecuting him. And rescue him from the clamours of incivility charged upon him, to the scandalizing of his name and ministry. Entred according to order.
Jacob, Henry, 1563-1624. / [Anno Dom. 1613] An attestation of many learned, godly, and famous divines, lightes of religion, and pillars of the Gospell iustifying this doctrine, viz. That the Church-governement ought to bee alwayes with the peoples free consent. Also this; that a true Church vnder the Gospell contayneth no more ordinary congregations but one. In the discourse whereof, specially Doctor Downames & also D. Bilsons chiefe matters in their writings against the same, are answered.
[1648] The attestation of the ministers of the county of Norfolk, and the City of Norwich. In vindication of the ancient truths of Jesus Christ, and prosecution of the Solemn Covenant: against the spreading errors, and prodigious blaspemies that are scattered abroad in these licentious dayes. As it was represented to the ministers of the province of London, June 9. 1648. Concurring with them in their publick testimony.
[1648] The attestation of the ministers of the county of Somerset, joyning (according to their duty) with the reverend ministers of London, and all other their brethren in the severall parts of this kingdom: who declare themselves for the truth of God, against the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of the present times.
[1648] An Attestation to the testimony of our reverend brethren of the province of London to the truth of Jesus Christ, and to our Solemn League and Covenant as also against the errours, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them, resolved on by the ministers of Cheshire, at their meeting May 2, and subscribed at their next meeting, June 6, 1648.
Larkham, Thomas, 1602-1669. / [1656] The attributes of God unfolded, and applied.: Wherein are handled the 1 Life 2 Perfection 3 Holiness 4 Benignitie 5 Mercy 6 Truth 7 Wisdome 8 Power 9 Justice of God. 10 Love 11 Hatred 12 Anger 13 Independencie 14 Simplicitie 15 Eternitie 16 Infiniteness 17 Immutability 18 Immensity of God. / Delivered in sundry sermons, at Tavistocke in Devon: By Thomas Larkham, preacher of the word of God, and pastour of the congregation there. Divided into three parts.
[1656] The Attvrneys gvide, for suing out of fines, concords, and recoveries, &c. Being choice and exact presidents for all sorts of fines, concords, and recoveries. Together with full instructions in all proceedings relating thereunto, and the certain charges of the same. With a table of all the particulars. / Perused and approved by G.T. an able practioner, and others.