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Burston, Daniel. / [1662] Eyaggeliztes eti eyaggelizomenos, or, The evangelist yet evangelizing submitted to the judgment and censure of the churches of England and Ireland by Daniel Burston ...
Gearing, William. / [1662] The eye and wheel of providence, or, A treatise proving that there is a divine providence ... by W. Gearing ...
[June 25. 1644] The eye cleard; or a preservative for the sight. Being a quaint composition without fenell or eye-bright, to restore the poreblind, and make the squint-eye to looke forthright. VVith the gratefull acknowledgement of much comfort already received in that kinde by divers, through this, and other remedies applyed by the author.
Sedgwick, John, 1600 or 1601-1643. / [MDCXL 1640] The eye of faith open to God unfolded in a sermon preached at the funerall of that vertuous and religious gentlewoman, Mrs. Julian Blackvvell, together with a narration of her vertuous life and happy death / by John Sedgvvick ...
Bradley, Christopher, d. 1678. / [1666] The eye of faith, looking at eterntty [sic] being the sum and substance of a sermon, preached in the Cathedral Church of York, the sixth Sunday after Trinity, July the second, 1665 / by Christopher Bradley ...
Price, Evan. / [1667] Eye-salve for England, or, The grand trappan detected in a plain and faithful narrative of the horrid and unheard-of designs of some justices and deputy-lieutenants in Lancashire treacherously to ensnare the lives and estates of many persons of quality in that county, as also, in the counties of York and Chester / by Evan Price ...
[printed in the year, 1660] Eye-salve for the English armie, and their assistants. Or, a breviate of several particulars seriously to be considered by all those that either are, or have been engaged in the late war against King single person or Lords spirituall and temporall, that are not willing to yield their necks to the rope or block. With a letter sent from several regiments of horse and foot in the army, to the rest of their fellow souldiers now in arms in the several garrisons of England, Scotland and Ireland, plainly discovering the great danger that is like to fall upon them, after the so long hazarding their lives, if not timely prevented.
Lover of peace and truth. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] An eye-salve for the city of London:: discovering unto them the great engagement that lyes upon them in point of duty and interest, to joyne speedily with the kingdome for the restoring of His Majesty, and the re-setling of the lawfull government and peace of this nation. / By a lover of peace and truth.