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Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1691] Auctio Millingtoniana picturarum omnigenarum, &c. A collection of extraordinary paintings & limnings with variety of the finest Italian, French, and other prints, (several of them originals) by the best masters. With many curiosities of the China make, and other artificial rarities. Will be sold by auction, for the diversion and entertainment of the gentlemen, ladies, &c. at Tunbridge-Wells, at the auction coffee-house, by the Lower Walks, near the Wells, on Thursday the 13th of this instant August, 1691. the sale beginning in the morning at eight, and continues till twelve in the forenoon) except Prayer-time.) By Edward Millington.
Millington, Edward, d. 1703. / [1692] An auction of paintings most of them being from the collections of Prince Ludovico and General Doushfeild lately brought over and consisting of the works of Guido Rheno. ... Bambotts, &c. Will be on Fryday and Saturday the 22d. and 23d. of this instant January, at the Vendu next Bedford-gate in Charles-street Covent-Garden, beginning at 4 precisely, and will be sold the fair way according to the course of the catalogue. A large collection will be continued every Fryday following during the gentrys stay in town, sold by Edward Millington, where is likewise a curious invention of lights, whereby the pictures may be seen as well as by day, the conditions of sale are, ...
Altham, Michael, 1633-1705. / [1691] An auction of whores, or, The bawds bill of sale, for Bartholomew Fair. Held in the cloysters, near Smithfield.
Johnston, Nathaniel, 1627-1705. / [1690?] The auction, or, A catalogue of some useful books lately published together with a summary of what is treated of in them.
Avila, Juan de, Saint, 1499?-1569. / [M.DC.XX. 1620] The audi filia, or a rich cabinet full of spirituall ievvells. Composed by the Reuerend Father, Doctour Auila, translated out of Spanish into English.
[1688?] The Audience
[Printed in the year, 1671] Aug. 7: 1670. A most useful sermon preached in London, By a most worthy and faithfhl [sic] minsiter and servant of Jesus Christs, most learnedly pressed from Amos 8. 11. ... From which text of scripture, he learnedly shews the dreadful and deplorable condition of that kingdom which a famine of the word of the Lord seizes upon; and further shews, that they are the greatest felons who would rob us of the word of God, and that there is more justice in hell then is here upon earth, for in hell they do not punnish the innocent
[1642] August, 17. 1642. A relation from Belfast in Ireland, sent to a friend, mentioning some late successe against the rebels, by Colonell Clotworthy, about Mount-joy, in the county of Tyrone, with a letter of the deputy-lieutenants of Devonshire, to the gentlemen of Cornwall.
[1642] August 19th. A true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Marquesse Hartford, Lord Pawlet, Lord Seymor, Lord Coventry, Sir Ralph Hopton, and other His Maiesties commissioners in the publishing of the commission of array in his Maiesties county of Somerset. Brought over by a gentleman who was an eye witnesse of all passages and proceedings there. Whereunto is added true newes from Yorke, Hull, Newcastle and Darbyshire. Also a list of the horse under the command of William Earle of Bedford, lord generall. With the names of the captaines of every troope; each troope containing sixty horse, besides one livetenant, one ensigne, one coronet, one quarter-master, two-trumpeters, three corporals, one sadler, one farrier.
[1642] August 3: A true relation of such passages and proceedings of the army of Dublin, in the Kingdome of Ireland as hath happened from the seventh of July to this present. Shewing how unprovided the rebels are of powder, and if now there be not a speedy supply of men and moneys, to destroy these rebels, how the Protestants are like to suffer through the kingdome this winter, by reason of supplies of armes as are providing and expected from Rome and Spaine. Published to prevent false and erronious copies, which too often are set forth with mighty disadvantage to the truth itself.
[1622] August II. 1622. A remonstration of the French subiects professing the reformed religion vnto the French King Wherein are showne divers notable passages, and matters of great waight and consideration, as well of the present as of the former troubles and dissentions in France. As also, a relation, containing the rebellion of the nobilitie and gentrie of the kingdome of Naples, and the retreate of the Vice-Roy. The sea-fight betwixt the gallies of Spaine, and Florence, and some pirates. The resolution of Bethlem Gabor ... The arrivall of Sir Robert Sherley at Florence, being sent ambassassador [sic] from the King of Persia. Besides the late proceedings of the Duke of Saxony ... Of the Count Mansfeild, and the Duke Christian of Brunswick; as likewise what Spinola determines to do, and hath done, before Breda, Bergen op Zoon, and Sluce. ...
Settle, Elkanah, 1648-1724. / [1695] Augusta lachrymans:: a funeral tear, to the memory of the worthy and honour'd Michael Godfrey, Esq; late Deputy-Governour of the Royal Bank of England: : unfortunately slain by a cannon ball, near His Majesty's person, in the trenches, at the siege of Namure. / By E. Settle.
[1683] Augusta's restoration from her city-calenture,: by an emittick pill of quo warranto from Westminster.
Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. / [1632] Augustus. Or, An essay of those meanes and counsels, whereby the commonwealth of Rome was altered, and reduced unto a monarchy
Perrot, François, b. 1530? / [1586] Auiso piaceuole dato alla bella Italia, da vn nobile giovane Francese, sopra la mentita data dal serenissimo re di Nauarra a Papa Sisto V
Vaughan, Thomas, 1622-1666. / [1652] Aula lucis,: or, The house of light : a discourse written in the year 1651. / By S.N. a modern speculator.
Sanderson, William, Sir, 1586?-1676. / [1650 i.e. 1651] Aulicus coquinariæ: or a vindication in ansvver to a pamphlet, entituled The court and character of King James. Pretended to be penned by Sir A.W. and published since his death, 1650.
Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [Printed Ann. Dom. 1644] Aulicus his dream, of the Kings sudden comming to London
Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1644] Aulicus his dream, of the kings sudden comming to London
[1691?] The aulnage case, or Reasons offer'd for taking away the office of aulnage, and changing the subsidy of aulnage into a custom
Persius. / [1616] Aulus Persius Flaccus his Satires translated into English, by Barten Holyday Mr of Arts, and student of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Lefèvre, Raoul, fl. 1460. / [1596 i.e. 1597] The auncient historie, of the destruction of Troy. Conteining the founders and foundation of the said citie, with the causes and maner of the first and second spoiles and sackings thereof, by Hercules and his followers: and the third and last vtter desolation and ruine, effected by Menelaus and all the notable worthies of Greece. Here also are mentioned the rising and flourishing of sundrie kings with their realmes: as also of the decai and ouerthrow of diuers others. Besides many admirable, and most rare exployts of chiualrie and martiall prowesse effected by valorous knightes with incredible euents, compassed for, and through the loue of ladies. Translated out of French into English, by W. Caxton.
[1633] The auncient history of the Septuagint. VVritten in Greeke, by Aristeus 1900. yeares since. Of his voyage to Hierusalem, as ambassador from Ptolomeus Philadelphus, vnto Eleazer then pontiffe of the Iewes. Concerning the first translation of the Holy Bible, by the 72. interpreters. With many other remarkable circumstances. Newly done into English by I. Done
Traheron, Bartholomew, 1510?-1558? / [1558] An aunsuuere made by Bar. Traheron to a priuie papiste vvhich crepte in to the English congregation of Christian exiles vndre the visor of a fauorer of the Gospel, but at lenghth bewraied himselfe to be one of the popes asses, thorough his slouche eares and than became a laughing stocke to al the companie, whom he had amased before with his maske : hereunto is added the subscription of the cheifest of the companie first, and afterward the subscriptio[n] of M. Ro. Watson ...
Calfhill, James, 1530?-1570. / [Anno 1565] An aunsvvere to the Treatise of the crosse wherin ye shal see by the plaine and vndoubted word of God, the vanities of men disproued: by the true and godly fathers of the Church, the dreames and dotages of other controlled: and by lavvfull counsels, conspiracies ouerthrowen. Reade and regarde.
Knewstubs, John, 1544-1624. / [1579] An aunsweare vnto certayne assertions, tending to maintaine the Church of Rome, to be the true and Catholique Church. By Iohn Knewstub
United Provinces of the Netherlands. Staten Generaal. / [1594] The aunswere of the Lords the Estates Generall of the Vnited Prouinces of the Lowe-Countries, to the letter of the Archduke of Austria, heere-after inserted together vvith the proposition done in the name of the sayde arch-duke to the forenamed states, by Otto Hartius, and Jeronimus Coomans, learned in the lawes : also, the extract of certaine letters, written out of the campe before Groning.
[Anno Domini 1682] Aurea dicta. The gratious words of King Charles I. of glorious memory: for the Protestant religion of the Church of England. / Collected out of [Eikon basilike].
Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587? / [1593] Aurelia. The paragon of pleasure and princely delights contayning the seuen dayes solace (in Christmas holy-dayes) of Madona Aurelia, Queene of the Christmas pastimes, & sundry other well-courted gentlemen, and gentlewomen, in a noble gentlemans pallace. A worke most sweetely intercoursed (in ciuill and friendly disputations) with many amorous and pleasant discourses, to delight the reader: and plentifully garnished with morall notes, to make it profitable to the regarder. By G.W. Gent.
[1683] The Auricular confession of Titus Oates to the Salamanca-doctor, his confessor
Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567 or 8-1640. / [1604] Aurora Containing the first fancies of the authors youth, VVilliam Alexander of Menstrie.
Pérez de Montalván, Juan, 1602-1638. / [1650] Aurora Ismenia and the prince: by Don Juan Perez de Montalvan. Oronta the Cyprian virgin: By Signr. Girolamo Preti. Translated by Thomas Stanley Esq;:
[Printed in the yeare, 1648] Aurora: or, A davvne to day-light.
Prujean, Thomas, 1622 or 3-1662. / [1644] Aurorata·: By Thomas Prujean, student of Gonvile and Caius Colledge in Cambridge.
Hattecliffe, Vincent. / [1659] Aut Deus aut nihil God or nothing, or, a logicall method comprised in twelve propositions, deducing from the actual being of what we evidently experience, the unavoidable necessity of a God, against the atheists of our age and nation / by Vincent Hattecliffe.
[Printed in the yeare, 1648] Aut nunc, aut nuncquam. = Now or never: for if not now, inslaved ever.
G. B. (George Burghope) / [1691] Autarchy, or, The art of self-government in a moral essay : in three parts : first written to a gentleman in the university, and since fitted for publick use.
Polwheile, Theophilus, d. 1689. / [1658] Authentēs. Or A treatise of self-deniall.: Wherein the necessity and excellency of it is demonstrated; with several directions for the practice of it. / By Theophilus Polwheile, M.A. sometimes of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, now teacher of the Church at Teverton in Devon.
[1680] An Authentical account of the formalities and judicial proceedings upon arraigning at Westminster, a peer of the realm before a Lord high-steward
Socrates Christianus, d. 1706. / [1690] Authority abused by the vindication of the last years transactions, and the abuses detected with inlargements upon some particulars more briefly touched in the Reflectons upon the occurrences of the last year : together with some notes upon another vindication, entituled, The third and last part of the magistry and government of England vindicated / by the author of the Reflections.
Brayne, John. / [1653. i.e. 1654] The authority of God over men, in the law cleared,: shewing that its no persecution for the magistrate as Jehovah's deputy, in Jehovah's name, to enforce it on the people, but that he is bound to do the same. Written by an unworthy witness to the law and government of God, John Brayne.
Humfrey, John, 1621-1719. / [1672] The authority of magistrate about religion discussed in a rebuke to the preacher of a late book of Bishop Bramhalls, being a confutation of that mishapen tenent, of the magistrates authority over the conscience in the matters of religion, and better asserting of his authority ecclesiastical, by dividing aright between the use of his sword about religious affairs, and tenderness towards mens consciences : and also for vindication of the grateful receivers of His Majesties late gracious declaration, against his and others aspersions / by J.H.
[1693] The authors of the first case of salt-petre, humbly offer the following particulars as reasons against passing the bill
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.
Nethersole, Francis, Sir, 1587-1659. / [Printed in the yeare 1648 i.e. 1649] Ho auto-katakritos.: The self-condemned. Or, a letter to Mr Jo: Goodwin: shewing, that in his essay to justifie the equity, and regularnes of the late, and present proceedings of the Army by principles of reason, and religion, he hath condemned himselfe of iniquity, and variablenesse in the highest degree, untill he shall explaine himself in publike. / By Sir Francis Nethersole Knight.
Pierce, Thomas, 1622-1691. / [1658] Autokatakrisis, or, Self-condemnation,: exemplified in Mr. Whitfield, Mr. Barlee, and Mr. Hickman. With occasional reflexions on Mr Calvin, Mr Beza, Mr Zuinglius, Mr Piscator, Mr Rivet, and Mr Rollock: but more especially on Doctor Twisse, and Master Hobbs; against whom, God's purity and his præscience ... with the sincere intention and the general extent of the death of Christ, are finally cleared and made good; and the adversaries absurdities ... are proved against them undeniably, out of their own hand-writings. With an additional advertisement of Mr Baxter's late book entituled The Groatian religion discovered, &c. By Thomas Pierce rector of Brington in Northampon-shire.
M. G. (Martin Grene), 1616-1667. / [1679] Autokatakritoi, or, The Jesuits condemned by their own witness being an account of the Jesuits principles in the matter of equivocation, the Popes power to depose princes, the king-killing doctrine : out of a book entituled An account of the Jesuits life and doctrine, by M.G. (a Jesuit), printed in the year 1661, and found in possession of one of the five Jesuits executed on the 20th of June last past : together with some animadversions on those passages, shewing, that by the account there given of their doctrine in the three points above-mentioned, those Jesuits lately executed, were, in probability, guilty of the treasons for which they suffered, and died equivocating.
Goodwin, George, fl. 1607-1620. / [1607] Automachia, or the self-conflict of a Christian.