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Canne, John, d. 1667? / [1650] Emanuel, or, God with us. Wherein is set forth Englands late great victory over the Scots armie, in a battle at Dunbar, Septemb. 3. 1650. And by many particulars of Gods acting and appearing then for us, it is certaine (and so much is clearly proved) that our armies marching into Scotland, and the wars undertaken and prosecuted against that nation, to be upon grounds of justice and necessity, as the Parliament of England hath declared. Also here is shewed, how grosly the Covenant is abus'd, and what an idoll it is now made. With the fraud and falshood of the Scots, and their kings hypocrisie and dissimulation. Moreover such objections are answered, as seeme to have any thing in them, against the point here asserted. / By John Canne. The first part, published by authority.
E. C., Esquire. / [1595] Emaricdulfe Sonnets written by E.C. Esquier.
Crashaw, William, 1572-1626. / [1613] The embassador between heauen and earth, betweene God and man. Or A booke of heauenly and healthy meditations and prayers for earthly and sickly soules and sinners Fit to be borne in the hand, and worne in the heart of euery good Christian. By W.C. preacher of the word.
[1696] The embassadour of peace, being a strange and wonderful relation of a white dove seated on a rain-bow. That appears to several persons, in the parish of Peter's Carlile; particularly to Mrs. Isabel Fletcher, (wife to Mr. Fletcher, apothecary.) To whom it relates strange and wonderful things, concerning the state of affairs in this nation; very positively asserting universal peace and plenty to all Christendom, the ensuing year 1697. Proving the subversion of the French king, from several texts of scripture; especially from the last verse of the 31st psalm. To which is added, its disputes with several ministers; as also its pious prayers and exhortations to all the people that dayly far and near flock to see it. The truth of all which, is confirm'd by the testimony of two letters, the one sent to the Reverend Dr. Simpson, and the other writ by the worshipful Justice Patrickson.
Buckland, Ralph, 1564-1611. / [1611?] An embassage from heauen Wherein our Lord Sauiour Christ Iesus giueth to understand his iust indignation against al such, as being Catholikely minded, dare yeelde their presence to the rites and publike praier, of the malignant church, by Ralphe Buckham priest ...
W. B. (William Blake), fl. 1650-1670. / [1654] An embassage from the kings of the east to His Highness the Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Phillips, George, fl. 1597. / [1597] The embassage of Gods angell. By George Phillips.
[1685-1687] An emblem of mortality. Containing a dialogue between a prince and pale-fac'd death. Wherein it appears, that no person, from the highest to the lowest, can be free from his severe stroke, though never to loath so leave the glory of the tempting world ; yet it is evident that we must whenevery death shall call.
[1700] The emblem of our King. And of the Scots and English Parliaments : a poem. / By a well wisher to King, and Parliaments.
Richelieu, Armand Jean de Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642. / [1635] Emblema animæ or Morrall discourses reflecting upon humanitie. Written by John du Plessis now Cardinall of Richleu. Translated by I.M. Also varietie of obseruations delightfull to the minde.
E. F. / [1650?] The Embleme of a vertuous woman
Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644. / [1639] Emblemes by Fra: Quarles
Torbuck, John, d. 1707. / [1671] Emerai par emeras, Extraordinary dayes, or, Sermons on the most solemn Feasts and fasts throughout the year viz. Christmas-day, Ash-Wednesday, Good Friday, Easter-day, Ascention-day, Whit-Sunday : whereunto are added two other sermons / by John Torbuck ...
Bateman, Robert, pharmacist. / [1681?] Eminent cures lately perform'd in several diseases, by Batemans ; Spirits of scurvey-grass.
Clappe, Ambrose. / [1655] Emmanuel manifested: or, The two natures of Christ clearly distinguished, in their acts and effects. Wherein is briefly discovered, the means and manner of man's restoration; and, the reasons of the various dispensations of God; before Christ & since. With, a description of the difference betwixt the doctrines and discipline of Christ, and that of Antichrist. / By A.C. a lover of the true manifestation of Jesus.
Rowe, John, 1626-1677. / [1680] Emmanuel, or, The love of Christ explicated and applied in his incarnation being made under the law and his satisfaction in XXX sermons / preached by John Row ... ; and published by Samuel Lee.
[ca. 1635] The Emperiall acheiuement of our dread soueraigne King Charles together wth ye armes crests supporters & mottowes of all ye seuerall companies & corporations of ye famous citty of London as they now beare them.
Augustus, Emperor of Rome, 63 B.C.-14 A.D. / [1675] The Emperor Augustus his two speeches, in the Senate-House at Rome; the first addressed to the married Romans, the other to the unmarried. / Translated out of Dion Cassius, an ancient Greek historian.
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1640-1705. / [1689] The Emperor's letter to James II, late king of England &c., dated the ninth of April, 1689 in answer to a letter he receiv'd from him, dated the 6th of February, 1688/9.
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1640-1705. / [1689] The emperor's letter to his own subjects and those of the empire in Italy dated from Vienna April 9th, 1689.
Holy Roman Empire. Emperor (1658-1705 : Leopold I) / [1689] The Emperor's new declaration against the Most Christian King: or, the further avocatoria and inhibitoria against the crown of France Published by the Diet at Ratisbon.
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1640-1705. / [1688] The emperors answer to the French king's manifesto translated from the Latin.
Holy Roman Empire. Emperor (1658-1705 : Leopold I) / [1681] The Emperour's concessions to his Protestant subjects of Hungary as they were sent from Vienna in Latin, and are now translated out of the original copy, as follows.