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[1672] The fable of the sun and frogs in elegant Latin verse, applyed to the present state of affairs between the French and Dutch. With three several translations in English, by three several hands. The first nearer the Latin; the other two allowing themselves a greater liberty of phansie.
[1699] The fables of Pilpay, a famous Indian phylosopher containing many useful rules for the conduct of humane life / made English and address'd to His Highness the Duke of Gloucester.
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676. / [1651] The fables of Æsop paraphras'd in verse, and adorn'd with sculpture,: by John Ogilby.
R. A. / [1634] The fabulist metamorphosed and mytholigized, or, The fables of Esop translated out of Latine into English verse, and moralized, by R.A. ...
[Anno. 1577.] The fabulous tales of Esope the Phrygian, compiled moste eloquently in Scottishe metre by Master Robert Henrison, & now lately Englished. ; Euery tale moralized most aptly to this present time, worthy to be read..
[1645] Factum, for the English merchants interessed [sic] in the debts contracted in the Levant by the Earle of Cery heretofore Embassadour for the most Christian King at Constantinople. Against the arrest or sentence of the said Kings Councell, given at Paris the last day of December 1644.
[1681?] Factum of the French, and other Protestants in the Savoy.
Swinnock, George, 1627-1673. / [1662] The fading of the flesh and flourishing of faith, or, One cast for eternity with the only way to throw it vvell : as also the gracious persons incomparable portion / by George Swinnock ...
Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599. / [1648] The faerie leveller, or, King Charles his leveller descried and deciphered in Queene Elizabeths dayes by her poet laureat Edmond Spenser, in his unparaleld poeme entituled, The faerie qveene, a lively representation of our times.
Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599. / [bin the yeare of their saintships ungodly revelling for a godly levelling. 1648] The faerie leveller: or, King Charles his leveller descried and deciphered in Queene Elizabeths dayes. By her poet laureat Edmond Spenser, in his unparaleld poeme, entituled, The faerie queene. A lively representation of our times.:
[1663] The Failing & perishing of good men a matter of great & sore lamentation : held forth in a sermon preach'd the 26 of June 1662, being the day before the internment of that eminent and faithful gospel-preacher, Mr. John Sympson.
[1675?] The fair and loyal maid of Bristow. Dame fortune on this maiden frown'd, that once on her did smile, she was in tears of sorrow drown'd, that death did her beguile. To the tune of, Jenny Ginn, or, Busie fame.
Hooper, George, 1640-1727. / [1689] A fair and methodical discussion of the first and great controversy between the Church of England and Church of Rome concerning the infallible guide in three discourses : whereof the first is introductory, the second considers ... the pretence of modern infallibility and shews it to be groundless, the third ... briefly examines the pretended rational account of the Roman Catholicks concerning the ecclesiastical guide in controversies of religion and detects its artifice.
[Printed in the year 1695] A fair character of the Presbyterian reformling's just and sober vindication of his observations upon the 30th of January, and the 29th of May, in defence of the reformer rack'd. Being an answer to J.G.G.'s new vile rant, and the Weekly Observator's invidious and false reflections on it.
Trev., J. / [1659 i.e. 1660] The fair dealer: or, A modest ansvver to the sober letter of His Excellency, the Lord General Monck;: being a brief discovery of the meetest expedient, and most sovereign remedy for our present distempers. By the private hand of a gent. of Devon.
Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713. / [anno, 1693] A fair examination of a foul paper, called Observations and reflections, &c. lately published by John Raunce and Leonard Key. Wherein their envy is rebuked, and their folly and falshood laid open, / by Thomas Elwood.
Oldys, Alexander. / [1682] The fair extravagant, or, the humorous bride. An English novel:
[1680?] Fair Flora's departure; or, Summer's pride abated.
[between 1683-1688] Fair Lucina conquered by prevailing Cupid. She that triumphed in disdain, at last was forc'd to yield, and of her self she thus complain'd when Cupid wonn the field: though at the first I was unkind, yet now I'le loving be, and that my Coridon shall find if he'l return to me. When Coridon did hear these words, he did most joyfully embrace his kind, and dearest love; and they did both agree. To the tune of, Jenny Gin. or, The fair one let me in.
[between 1681-1684] The fair maid of Dunsmore's lamentation. Occasioned by Lord Wigmore, once governour of Warwick-Castle. Being a full and true relation, how Lord Wigmore enticed the fair Isabel of Dunsmore, in Warwick-shire, a shepherds daughter, to his bed; she afterwards perceiving her self to be with child by him, rather than she would undergo the vulgar disgrace amongst her friends, did stab her self, and dyed immediately. Tune of, Troy town. With allowance.
Gentleman of quality of North-Britain. / [1708?] Fair play for one's life: or, The sovereign preservative of the royal family, nobility, &c. and, of the arts of physick, and surgery, and the apothecaries trade. By a gentleman of quality of North Britain.
E. F. (Edward Ford), fl. 1630?-1660. / [1660] Fair play in the lottery, or mirth for money.: In several witty passages and conceits of persons that came to the lottery. / Represented by way of droll By E F. Gent.
[1700] Fair trade, besides the heavy duties it lies under, suffers yet more from the frauds of smuglers and the exactions of officers for preventing both which, the bill before the House is calculated so that 'tis no wonder if the private interests of clandestine traders and officers should unite in raising a clamour against it.
[1700] The fair traders objections; against the bill, entituled, a bill for preventing clandestine trading, as it relates to the plantations of Virgina and Maryland.
[1680] Fair warning from Tyburn, or, The Several confessions and execution of the fifteen notorious malefactors that suffered there on Munday the 8 of March, 1679/80
Anti-Papist. / [1674- 9?] Fair warning to take heed of popery, or, A short and true history of the Jesuits fiery practices and powder-plots, to destroy kings, ruin kingdoms, and lay cities waste by an Anti-Papist.
[1663] Fair warning, or, XX prophesies concerning the return of popery. The second part by Archbishop Whitgift, Archbishop Laud, Archbishop Bancroft, Bishop Sanderson, Bishop Gauden, Mr. Hooker & others ; with several plots laid by Campanella, Contzen, and others of late, in private letters, for restoring popery, now discovered to justifie the King's Most Excellent Majesty, and the Right Honorable the Parliament of Englands just revolution to maintain the Act of uniformity, that onely great remedy against the growth of popery.
J. B. / [1652] A faire in Spittle Fields, where all the knick knacks of astrology are exposed to open sale, to all that will see for their love; and buy for their money.: Where, first Mr. William Lilley presents you with his pack, wherein he hath to sell. 1. The introduction, 2. Nativities caluclated, 3. The great ephimeredies, 4. Monarchy, or no monarchy 5. The caracture of K. Charles, 6. Annus Tenebrosus. Second, Nicholas Culpeper, brings under his veluet jacket. 1. His chalinges against the docttors [sic] of phuisick, [sic] 2. A pocket medicine, 3. An almanack, & conjuring circle, Third Mr. Bowker unlocked his pack, wherein is, 1. The 12. signes of the zodiack 2. The 12. houses, 3. The 7. planets, 4. The yeares predictions, and the starry globe. Written by J.B. Gent. ...
[1605] The faire maide of Bristovv As it was plaide at Hampton, before the King and Queenes most excellent Maiesties.
Lily, William, 1468?-1522. / [ca. 1630] The fairest fairing for a schoole-bred sonne whereby praise, ease, and profit may be wonne : that is to say, The schoole- masters precepts, or, Lillies lesson to his schollers, teaching them good manners / translated by Iohn Penkethman louer of learning, and by him dedicated to all the laureat Lillies of these times.
J. P. / [1656?] A fairing for maids. Being the honest maids councel to all other, better then she had given her by her mother, she wishes maides in time for to be wary, and with what young-men they intend to marry, a single life is gallant she doth say, for being bound perforce they must obey.
Collinges, John, 1623-1690. / [1649] Faith & experience:, or, A short narration of the holy life and death of Mary Simpson, late of Gregories Parish in the city of Norvvich: who dyed, anno 1647 in or about the thirtieth yeare of her age after 3 yeares sicknesse and upwards. Containing a confession of her faith and relation of her experience, taken from her owne mouth. To which is added a sermon preached at her funerall, upon Rom. 14. 6,7. / by John Collings.
Reeks, Richard. / [MDCXXX. 1630] Faith and good vvorkes vnited in a sermon preached at the Spittle vpon VVednesday in Easter weeke, 1630. By Richard Reeks minister of the word at Little Ilford, in Essex.
Holder, Christopher, d. 1688. / [1670] The faith and testimony of the martyrs and suffering servants of Jesus Christ persecuted in New England vindicated against the lyes and slanders cast on them by Nathaniel Morton in his book intituled New England memorial / written ... by ... Christopher Holder.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1697] Faith at work a brief and plain essay upon certain articles of the Gospel most necessary to be understood by every Christian, to wit the nature, the order, and the necessity of the good works by which the faith of a Christian is to be evidenced.
G. B. (George Bright), d. 1696. / [1695] The faith by which we are justified, in scripture-sense according to Scripture, opened, explained, and applied, on Rom. 5, I : in six sermons.
Daillé, Jean, 1594-1670. / [1675] Faith grounded upon the Holy Scriptures against the new Methodists / by John Daille ; printed in French at Paris anno 1634, and now Englished by M.M.
Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655. / [1650] Faith in five fundamentall principles, strongly fortified against the diabolical, atheisticall, blasphemous batteries of these times Serving for the conviction of opposers, the satisfaction of doubters, and the confirmation of believers. In a conference which a godly independent minister and a godly Presbyterian minister had with a doubting Christian. By E.F. a seeker of the truth.
Caffyn, Matthew, 1628-1714. / [1660] Faith in Gods promises, the saints best weapon: or, The great use and availableness of faith, both for the support and growth of saints in times most perilous. Plainly discovering that the want of faith in the way of Gods promises, is the great cause of the want of Gods presence. With several considerations for the encrease of faith, tha[t] henceforth the saints may by faith so draw nigh unto God, and in faith so wait upon God, as with certainty of receiving from him. Whereunto is added something concerning the great errour and mistake of many men concerning the true Christ, and how he is said to be in his people; with other things very necessary to be known in order to saints resisting the temptation of the present times. / Set forth as (useful for all people, but) especially intended for the good of such as are returned to the good old way of the Lord, by Matthew Caffyn ...
Bréval, Monsieur de (François Durant), d. 1707. / [1670] Faith in the just victorious over the world a sermon preached at the Savoy in the French Church, on Sunday Octob. 10, 1669 / by D. Brevall ... ; translated into English by Dr. Du-Moulin ...
Gouge, R. (Robert), 1630-1705. / [1688] The faith of dying Jacob, or, God's presence with his church not withstanding the death of his eminent servants being several sermons from Gen. 48, 21, and Israel said unto Joseph, Behold, I die, but God shall be with you : occasioned by the death of Mr. Isaac Hubbard : with the memorials of his life and death and advice to his young son / by R. Gouge.
Bruzeau, Paul. / [1687] The faith of the Catholick church, concerning the Eucharist Invincibly proved by the argument used against the Protestants, in the books of the faith of the perpetuity, written by Mr. Arnaud. A translation from the French.
Taylor, Francis, 1590-1656. / [1641] The faith of the Chvrch of England concerning Gods work on mans will pvblikely confirmed by the svbscriptions of all the famous martyrs, and divines thereof : faithfully gathered out of the authenticke records of the Chvrch / by Francis Tayler ...
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1699] The faith of the fathers, or, The articles of the true religion, all of them exhibited in the express words of the Old Testament partly, to confirm those who do profess that religion of God, and His Messiah, but chiefly, to engage the Jewish nation, unto the religion of their patriarchs, and bring down the hearts of the fathers into the children, and the disobedient unto the wisdome of the Just, and to make ready a people prepared for the Lord / by Cotton Mather.
Tomlyns, Samuel, 1632 or 3-1700. / [1680] The faith of the saints as to a future house and happiness in the other world by S. Tomlyns.
[1690] A Faithful account of a great engagement which happened on Good-Friday the 18th instant before the city of Dublin the late King James being himself in person at the head of his troops : with a relation of the taking his admiral routing his forces and other particulars.
C. M. / [1690] A faithful account of a great engagement which lately happened betwixt Their Majesties ship the Pembrooke and two French men of war upon the coast of France with a particular relation of the famous encounter that was betwixt our English sea men, that landed there, and five hundred of the French militia : also, an account of the plunder and other particulars.
[1676] A faithful account of the late dreadful fire in Southvvark: Begun on Friday the 26th. of May, 1676. at three of the clock in the morning, and in the space of twenty hours destroyed near five hundred houses, several people, and goods, to an inestimable value. The names of the most considerable places, are as followeth. St. Mary Overy's Church St. Thomas Hospital shattered and defaced. From Chain-Gate in the Burrough, to the Counter on St. Margarets-Hill, on both sides of the way The Market-house Angel-Court Three-Crown-Court Fow'l-Lane Counter-Lane Back-side of the Counter Part of St. Thomas, &c. burnt and demolished. Licensed, May 29. 1676. Roger L'Estrange.
L. S. / [1681] A faithful account of the manner of the election of Sir William Poultney, and Sir William Waller, Knights to serve as members of the ensuing Parliament at Oxford, for the city of Westminster, and the liberties thereof, upon Thursday the 10th of February, 1680/1 : in answer to a letter from a person of quality in London.
[1692] A Faithful account of the renewed persecution of the churches of Lower Aquitaine in France in the year 1692 to which is prefixed a parallel between the ancient and new persecutors, or the portraicture of Lewis XIV in some of his cruelties and barbarities : with some reflections upon the unreasonable fondness of a certain party amongst us, for the French king.
T. S. / [1680] A faithful account of the sickness, death, & burial of Capt. William Bedlow, who dyed August the 20th. and was buried August the 22d. 1680. With many other circumstances thereunto relating. Taken from the testimony of his vvife, and many other of his friends who constantly attended him in his sickness. In a letter from an intelligent person in Bristol, to his friend in London.
[1691] A Faithful account of the taking the bridge, and beating down the Irish town of Athlone, which stands on the other side of the Shannon with a perfect diary of every days several actions before the said Irish town, &c. : as also, the welcome news from Kinsaile, giving an impartial account of the safe and happy arrival of the Smirna and Turkey fleets.
[1650] A faithful advertisement to all good patriots of the United-Provinces, in the present conjunctures since the death of the Prince of Orange. / Englished by the Dutch-copie.
[1660] The faithful analist:, or, The epitome of the English history: giving a true accompt of the affairs of this nation, from the building of the tower in London, in the days of William the Conquerour, to the throwing down the gates of the said city, by the command of the Parliament, which state before the secluded members were admitted, in the yeer 1660. In which all things remarkable both by sea and land from the yeer 1069. To this present yeer of 1660 are truly and exactly represented.
Parkhurst, Nathaniel, 1643-1707. / [1684] The faithful and diligent Christian described and exemplified, or, A sermon (with some additions) preached at the funeral of the Lady Elizabeth Brooke, the relict of Sir Robert Brooke, Kt. ... who departed this life July 22, and was interred in the parish-church of Yoxford, July 26, 1683, and in the 82d year of her age to which is annexed ... an account of the life and death of that eminent lady : with an appendix containing some observations, experiences, and rules for practice, found written with Her Ladiship's own hand / by Nath. Parkhurst ...
Hurst, Henry, 1629-1690. / [1677] The faithful and diligent servant of the Lord, blessed at the coming of his Lord as it was lately unfolded in a funeral discourse on the death of Mr. Thomas Cawton : and now on the earnest desire of the hearers published by H. Hurst.
[1679] A faithful and impartial account of the behaviour of a party of the Essex free-holders, at their late election of Parliament-men (at Chelmsford) for that county occasioned by a most false and scandalous pamphlet, intituled The Essex excellency : in a letter to a friend.
Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. / [1675] A faithful and true witenss to the light of Jesus Christ, or, Word of faith within in the heart and conscience proving that God alwayes did, and doth reveal himself in it, and through it to the sons and daughters of men, that they may believe and be saved ... : also a postscript in answer to some base lyes and reflections cast upon me by William Haworth, an independent preacher / Christopher Taylor.
Barker, Matthew, 1619-1698. / [1657] The faithful and wise servant discovered in a sermon preached to the Parliament of the commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, at their late private fast in the Parliament House, Jan. 9, 1656 / by Matthew Barker ...
[1679] A faithful compendium, of the birth, education, heroick exploits & victories of His Royal Highness the Illustrious Prince James, Duke of York. As also the full and just account of his kind reception, and high entertainment by the Scotch nobility at Edenburgh, the metropolitan city of Scotland.
Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. / [1644] The faithful covenanter.: A sermon preached at the lecture in Dedham in Essex. By that excellent servant of Iesus Christ, in the work of the Gospel, Mr. Tho. Hooker, late of Chelmsford; now in New England. Very usefull in these times of covenanting with God.
Jenings, Francis. / [1659] The faithful description of pure love in perfect peace which is the bond of all perfections. Written by Francis Jenings R. and now published for their sakes who are subject to be burthened and tormented.
Person who bore a great share in those transactions. / [1690] A faithful history of the northern affairs of Ireland from the late K. James accession to the crown, to the siege of Londonderry : giving a true account of the occasions of the miscarriages there, and of the reasons why the gentry abandon'd those parts / by a person who bore a great share in those transactions.
[between 1684-1690] The faithful marriner: or, A copy of verses writ by a seaman on board the Britania in the streights, and directed to fair Isabel, his loyal love, in the city of London. Tune of, The false-hearted young man: or, the Lauguishing [sic] swain.
Allen, William, Adjutant-general of the army in Ireland. / [1659] A faithful memorial of that remarkable meeting of many officers of the Army in England, at Windsor Castle, in the year 1648.: As also, a discovery of the great goodness of God, in his gracious meeting of them, hearing and answering their suit or supplications, while they were yet speaking to him. All which is humbly presented, as a precious patern and president unto the officers and souldiers of the said Army (or elsewhere) who are or shall be found in the like path, of following the Lord in this evil day; searching and trying their waies, in order to a through return and reformation. By William Allen, late Adjutant-General of the Army in Ireland.
Newcome, Henry, 1627-1695. / [1671] A faithful narrative of the life and death of that holy and laborious preacher Mr. John Machin late of Astbury in the county of Chester. With a præfatory epistle thereunto; written by that excellent person Sir Charles Wolseley Baronet. Published for the furtherance of real piety in ministers and others.
[1681] A Faithful relation of the most remarkable transactions which have happened at Tangjer since the Moors have lately made their attacques upon the forts and fortifications of that famous garrison : likewise the strength and good posture of defence it remains now in ...
Yvon, Pierre, 1646-1707. / [anno 1685] A faithful relation of the state and the last words & dispositions of certain persons whom God hath taken to himself, out of the church reformed and separated from the world, which formerly was assembled at Herfort and Altena and now at present at Wiewert in Friesland. Written originally in French by Peter Yvon, their pastor.
[1659] A faithful remembrance and advice to the General Council of Officers of the armies of England, Scotland, & Ireland, from divers in Cornwal and Devon, in behalf of themselves and sundry hundreds, cordial friends to the blessed cause of righteousness which God hath stated and pleaded with a stretched out arm, in these (and in the sight of all the) nations.
Scoffin, William, 1655?-1732. / [1692] The faithful souldier's reward, or, A glimpse of the saints happiness discovered in two sermons, occasioned by the death of that truly vertuous and religious gentle woman, Mrs. Katherine Disney : the former preached at Kirkstead, the place of her last abode here upon the earth, on the 18th day of May, 1690, being the Lord's Day, and the latter at Swinderly, near Lincoln, where she was interr'd the Tuesday following / by William Scoffin.
[1680/1] A Faithful souldier, or, The Speech of a private souldier concerning his arrears and putting the captain to death
Gentleman now resident in the court of Spaine. / [Printed in the year, 1649] A faithful subjects sigh, on the universally-lamented death, and tragicall end, of that virtuous and pious prince, our most gracious soveraigne, Charles I. King of Great Brittaine, most barbarously butchered by his rebellious subjects. / By a gentleman now resident in the court of Spaine.
Bayly, William, d. 1675. / [1672] A faithful testimony and warning concerning the certainty of the great and notable day of the Lord, broken forth in this age after the long night of apostacy, wherein he will accomplish his great and glorious work, determined, of redemption and restauration : with something concerning the sufficency of the grace of God ... : and a few words in reply to such as query, or ask, Whether did you ever hear or read of a people, in all the Scriptures, that were Quakers ... / by William Bayly.
Billing, Edward, 1623-1686. / [1664] A faithful testimony for God & my country, or, A retro-spective glass for the legislators and the rest of the sons of the Church of England (so called), who are found persecuting the innocent
Taylor, Laurence. / [1675] A faithful testimony for the Lord against this nation of Englands iniquity and idolatry and oppression: because of which the land mourneth : being also a warning to all people to consider what they have done, and what they are a doing / [by] Laurence Taylor.
Gale, Nathaniel. / [printed in the year 1700] The faithful testimony of High-Hall detected and the examen, of the pretences and character of Mr. William Russel, &c. vindicated. Part I.
Tompkins, Anthony, d. 1699. / [1668] A faithful vvarning to all backsliders, who hold the truth in vnrighteousness, for to return to the Lord and cleave to the light which leadeth out of darkness
Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. / [1684] A faithful warning & exhortation to Friends to beware of seducing spirits and to keep on the armour of light in simplicity and sincerity as their best armour in all their tryals written by a lover of sincerity, and traveller for Sion's redemption, and for the removing of all oppressions from off the souls of them who have believed, Stephen Crisp.
Lawrence, Alexander, d. 1682. / [1675] A faithful warning with good counsel and advice to the rulers & magistrates in England that they not countenance wicked and merciless men to oppress and spoil the innocent under pretence and colour of a law / by one that really desireth the prosperity of the truth and the welfare of all men, Alexander Lawrence.
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1660] A faithful warning, with good advice from Israel's God, to Englands King, and his council: that they may wisely improve this little inch of time which the God of their life as yet affords unto them, before the day of their approaching misery come upon them. Which may serve as a caution to all others in authority within the nation. Sounded through one of the mourners in Sion, known by the name of Martin Mason.
Whitrowe, Joan. / [1697] Faithful warnings, expostulations and exhortations, to the several professors of Christianity in England, as well those of the highest as the lowest quality. with a testimony against divers great errors in some teachers, and other hearers ... to which is added, two letters from the minister of Port-Royal in Jamaica, giving a full account of the great destruction that came on that place (for its great sins) by the dreadful earthquake that was there in the year 1692. As also, an epistle of Bartholomew Tertian, written to the Waldensian churches, wherein are many wholesome Christian exhortations and reproofs, of sports, dancing, &c. ... / By Joan Whitrowe.
[1614] A faithfull admonition of the Paltsgraues churches to all other Protestant churches in Dutchland. That they would consider the great danger that hangeth ouer their heads as well as ours by the Popedome, and therefore Christianly and brotherly cease the priuate vnnecessary and now too much growne strife vvith vs. Together with a short abstract of the warning about the Iesuites bloodthirsty plots published in print at Tubing. Published by authoritie. According to the original printed in the Electors palsgranes [sic] country at Nustadt, vpon the Hardt, Englished by Iohn Rolte.
Lover of the Countries Welfare. / [1621] The faithfull and wise preventer or counseller: or, necessary considerations to be thought vpon by the high and noble Prince Maurice, by the grace of God, Prince of Orange, &c. Touching the reasons deliuered by the ambassadours, for the better declaration, defence and furthering of their propositions made touching a truce to be obserued for many yeares. By the which considerations (being weighed according to the state of the present time) euery man may plainly see what is now further to be done for the securitie of the state of these countries. Written by a louer of the countries welfare.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652. / [1649] The faithfull depositaty [sic] of sound doctrine and ancient truths maintained against all oppositions of science, falsely so called, and against the prophane and vaine bablings of unsound teachers, or, A treatise on the I Tim. 6. 20 / by R.J., D.D. ; with the authors farewell to his hearers, readers, if not to the world.
Rogers, Timothy, 1598-1650? / [1653] A faithfull friend true to the soul: or The soules self-examination, preparing it self for the great triall of life or death eternall in the other world, in 86. quæries. Whereunto is added, the Christian jewell of faith, or the ready way to beleeve and be saved. By Timothy Rogers, minister of the church at Chappell in Essex.
Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. / [1644] A faithfull messenger sent after the Antinomians: to try their power in their last place of refuge, who are fled to Gods decrees for shelter, as Ioab did to the hornes of the altar, and say that they will dye there, I Kings 2. 29.30. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford.
[Printed in the year 1654. i.e. 1655] The Faithfull narrative of the late testimony and demand made to Oliver Cromwel, and his powers, on the behalf of the Lords prisoners, in the name of the Lord Jehovah (Jesus Christ,) king of saints and nations.: Published by faithful hands, members of churches (out of the original copies) to prevent mistakes, and misreports thereupon. To the faithful remnant of the Lamb, who are in this day of great rebuke and blasphemy, ingaged against the beast and his government, especially, to the new non-conforming churches, and saints in city and country, commonly called by the name of fifth monarchy men.
[Printed in the year. 1687] The faithfull pastor his sad lamentation over, heart-rending challenge and dreadfull thunders against, sharp reproof of, and seasonnable warning to his apostat-flock. In a letter written by a French minister to those over whom the Holy Ghost had made him an overseer upon their wofull defection, renouncing the faith, and joyning in idolatrous worship. Now carefully translated. Together with a word to mourners in Zion who by grace have kept the faith, to sleepers under the storm, and to the almost Christian
[1644] A Faithfull relation of the late occurrences and proceedings of the Scottish Army dated from His Excellencies the Lord Generall Lesley's quarters before Newcastle, 21 February, 1644 : together with a list of the noblemen, commanders and other officers of the army.
[1642] A faithfull remonstrance of all the chiefe matters of note which have happened in and about Dublin, and other parts of Ireland, from the 26 of January, to this present, being the 1 of March, 1642 wherein is truly set down, 1. An exact relation of severall great discomfitures given to the rebels by the Protestant army, with the number of men slain, and taken prisoners on both sides as neare as could be gathered, 2. How Sir Nicholas WHite, Alderman Ianes ... were committed prisoners to the Castle of Dublin, by the L. Chiefe Justices of Ireland, 3. The names of divers townes which the Protestants have been forced to burne ... and to punish the inhabitatnts who concurred with them, 4. A very remarkable passage concerning Carnow Castle ... freed by the politike invention and couragious adventure of a gentlewoman [sic] by name Mistris Rochford : lastly, how 65 chiefe officers and commanders over the Irish rebels, with all and every of their partakers, ayders, or conferederates are proclaymed traitors and notorious rebels, against ... King Charles, his crown and dignity, which proclamation was read in both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the 22 of Feb., 1641.
Hinde, William, 1569?-1629. / [1641] A faithfull remonstrance of the holy life and happy death of Iohn Bruen of Bruen-Stapleford, in the county of Chester, Esquire ... by the late reverend divine William Hinde ...
[21 Februar. 1606] A faithfull report of proceedings anent the assemblie of ministers at Abirdeen vpon Twesday 2. Iuly 1605
Meeke, William. / [1647] The faithfull scout giving an alarme to Yorkeshire, (especially to the East-Ryding) and all other places at this time freed from the misery of warre, or, A treatise tending to stirre up men from security which possesses them, because (as they thinke) all danger is past, now that the seat of warre is removed from them / written by Will. Meeke.
[Printed in the first year of the army's endeavouring to deal treacherously with the faithful friends of the cause a second time, after their first and second dissolution of the late long Parliament, 1659] A Faithfull searching home vvord, intended for the view of the remaining members of the former old Parliament in the time of their late second sitting at Westminster. Shewing the reasonableness and justness of their first dissolution, as also the dangerous rock they formerly split upon, that so they might learn to beware for the future: But being a second time dissolved upon the like account, as so many fruitless trees twic dead plucked up by the roots. It is now presented to the officers of the army as another looking-glass wherein they may plainly see, how woefully they also have dissembled, dealt treacherously, deceitfully and wickedly both with God and man, in having so greatly apostatized from, rejected, trodden under foot, persecuted, Judas-like betrayed, and as it were crucified and kept down in the grave (as the soldiers formerly did Christ) that blessed cause and those good principles, they once so highly pretended to own ... Together with an other seasonable word by way of counsel and proposal to the aforesaid officers of the armies of England, Scotland, and Ireland. All which, is also to be seen, and read of all men loving righteousness, that thereby they may (with the army) better know how to chuse the good, refute the evil, and rightly steer their course, and bend their spirits in the future, for the exaltation of Christ, his cause, and interest, and against all the apostacy and treachery, though never so refined, that may further appear in this gloomy, dark, overturning day.
Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. / [1607] The faithfull shepheard the shepheards faithfulnesse: wherein is for the matter largely, but for the maner, in few words, set forth the excellencie and necessitie of the ministerie; a ministers properties and dutie; his entrance into this function and charge; how to begin fitly to instruct his people; catechising and preaching; and a good plaine order and method therein: not so as yet published ... By Richard Bernard, preacher of Gods Word.
[1649] The Faithfull souldier, or, The Speech of a common souldier concerning his arreares and putting the King to death
J. G. John Gibson. / [printed in the year 1663] A faithfull testimony for the Lord wherein is proclaimed the mighty day of his power. Also, an exhortation of love unto all young children, with young men and maidens, whose hearts are tender towards the Lord. By one whom it pleased the Lord to manifest himself unto now in the dayes of my youth, and hath given me cause never to forget him, whom it pleased to call me from amongst my relations, to bear testimony unto his name, when I was about eleven years of age.
Wade, John, fl. 1660-1680. / [1655-1676] The faithfull woings [sic] of two conntry [sic] lovers. The young-man he with carriage bold, did oft salute the maiden, and unto her these words he told, his heart with love was laden; and if to him her love she'd grant he'd do his best indeavour. To maintain her she should not want, and he'd forsake her never. Because he was poor the maid was coy, and would not have him entertain'd but at last he became her love and joy, and much wealth with her he gain'd.
Complin, Nicholas. / [1663?] The faithfulnesse of the upright made manifest being a testimony concerning the life, death, and sufferings of a pretious servant of the Lords called Humphrey Smith, who died a prisoner for witnessing unto the living truth in Winchester common goal, on the 4th day in the 3 month in the year 1663.
Panke, John. / [1608] The fal of Babel. By the confusion of tongues directly proving against the Papists of this, and former ages; that a view of their writings, and bookes being taken; cannot be discerned by any man living, what they would say, or how be vnderstoode, in the question of the sacrifice of the masse, the reall presence or transubstantiation, but in explaning their mindes they fall vpon such termes, as the Protestants vse and allow. Further in the question of the Popes supremacy is shevved, how they abuse an authority of the auncient father St. Cyprian, a canon of the I Niceene counsell, and the ecclesiastical historie of Socrates, and Sozomen. And lastly is set downe a briefe of the sucession of Popes in the sea of Rome for these 1600 yeeres togither; ... By Iohn Panke.
Proctor, John, 1521?-1584. / [An. Domini D.CCCCC.XLIX. i.e. 1549] The fal of the late Arrian.
Peedle, Thomas. / [Anno Domini 1650] The falacie of the great water-drinker discovered.: Fully representing what are the ingredients that provoke him to so wonderfull a vomit, and by what art one glass seemeth to be of one colour, and another of another; and what he doth when he taketh the rose-water and the angelica-water. / By Mr Thomas Peedle and Mr Thomas Cozbie, who brought him over into England from Tours in France: and after Wednesday next being the 26 of this present June, will be constantly readie every after-noon, if desired, in their own persons to make an experimental proof of what is here declared. Published for the satisfaction of many of the nobilitie and ladies of this nation, and many eminent gentlemen who have offered great sums of money to have the misterie discovered. As also to undeceive many thousands, who having seen the manner of it, have been amazed at the wonder but could not discover the secret. Licenced and entered into the register-book of the Company of Stationers, according to order.
Rogers, Timothy, 1658-1728. / [1692] Fall not out by the way, or, A perswasion to a friendly correspondence between the conformists & non-conformists in a funeral discourse on Gen. 45. 24. occasioned by the desire of Mr. Anthony Dunwell, in his last will / by Timothy Rogers ...
Fuce, Joseph. / [1656 i.e. 1659] The fall of a great visible idol by the coming of the invisible povver, and substance In this day and time of the lambs war which is come. Wherein Christ the true light is exalted at the right hand of God, who dwells and walkes in his people which are his temple. Which doth bring down the boasting baptists that hath highly exalted themselves upon the high and dark mountains of their own imaginations, as may be known by their own principles which are herein answered with something to the simple hearted that are among them, concerning water baptism and breaking of outward bread, which these baptists hath so much idolized in the night. From a true friend unto all that loves truth in the inward parts, in true love and pitty unto the lost sheep, that they may be of the house of Israel. Joseph Fuce.
Davison, Thomas, b. 1639 or 40. / [1684] The fall of angels laid open I. in the greatness of the sin that caus'd it, II. in the grievousness of the punishment inflicted for it, III. the honour of divine goodness in permitting the one, and of divine justice in inflicting the other vindicated, IV. and lastly, some inferences relating to practice deducted from it : in a sermon preached October 14, 1683, before the Right Worshipful the mayor, recorder, aldermen, sheriffs, &c., at St. Nicholas church ... in the town and county of New Castle upon Tyne / by Thomas Davison ...
[1634] The fall of Babylon in vsurping ecclesiastical power and offices And the miserable estate of them that pertake of her fornications.
Woodroffe, Benjamin, 1638-1711. / [1690] The fall of Babylon, or, Seasonable reflections on the novelties of Rome with the rise, growth, and final overthrow of Antichrist now at hand, occasioned by the preface to a treatise called Nubes testium, or, A collection of primitive fathers giving testimony to the faith once delivered to the saints, being (as the author stileth it) a full discovery of the sentiments of the ancient fathers in the chief points of controversy at present under debate : written upon the first coming forth of the said treatise (but not permitted to be then made publick) for the benefit of all who abominate the corruptions of the great whore and would not be partakers of her sins of plagues / by B.W.
Newport, William, Preacher of the word at Boughton Monchelsey in Kent. / [1644] The fall of man by sinne delivered in a sermon preached at the late solemne fast, Aug. 28, 1644 : wherein these three positions are briefly handled : 1. That all men are miserably fallen from God by sin, and are in a lost condition, 2. That we must see ourselves thus fallen, and utterly lost in ourselves, before we can convert and turn to God by repentance, 3. That formes of prayer may, in some cases be lawfully and warrantably used : published at the request of that truly religious and vertuous gentlewoman, mistris Elizabeth Barnham, wife to the worshipfull Robert Barnham, Esq. / by William Newport, Preacher of the word at Boughton Monchelsey in Kent.
Kent, Tho. (Thomas) / [1661] The fall of man declared and the way declared in plainnesse and according unto truth ... : and a warning from the Lord God of life ...
[MDCXLIV 1644] The fallacies of Mr. VVilliam Prynne, discovered and confuted: in a short view of his late bookes intituled, The soveraignty of Parliaments, Opening of the great seale, &c. Wherein is laid open his false quotations, calumniating falsehoods, wresting of the scriptures, points of popery, grosse absurdities, meere contradictions, hainous treasons, and plaine betraying of the cause. written in answer to a letter, sent by J.F. to his friend.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1676] The fallibility & falsehood of the Church of Rome briefly detected and made manifest, both in several instances thereof, and in the Scripture assertion thereabout. Together vvith some reasons of so many retaining or returning to communion with her, notwithstanding so many and clear discoveries of her falshood, and the great danger of everlasting destruction: that such persons, especially that after seperation from her, return to her communion, do rush themselves upon. VVritten for the preservation of such as are under any temptation, to turn aside unto her; and for the recalling and reclaiming such as have been or are seduced by her. By way of letter to a friend.
Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. / [1687] The fallibility of the Roman Church demonstrated from the manifest error of the 2d Nicene & Trent Councils, which assert that the veneration and honorary worship of images is a tradition primitive and apostolical.
Eston, John, 1625 or 6-1689. / [1653] The falling stars or the dragons bringing down, and trampling upon heavenly glory. By John Eston, sometime fellow of Oriel Coll. Oxon.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1646] The false alarum or, An answer to a libell lately published, entituled, An alarum to the House of Lords, against their insolent usurpation of the Commons liberties, and the rights of this nation.: Wherein the insolency and lying vanities of the author or authors, is described, the libertie of the subject discussed, and the just rights of the Lords vindicated. / Written by S. Shepheard.
[1644] The false and scandalous remonstrance of the inhumane and bloody rebells of Ireland, delivered to the Earl of St. Albans and Clanrickard, the Earl of Roscomon, Sir Maurice Eustace Knight, and other His Majesties Commissioners at Trim, the 17. of March, 1642. to be presented to His Majesty, by the name of The remonstrance of grievances presented to His Majestie in the behalf of the Catholicks of Ireland. ... Together with an answer thereunto, on behalf of the Protestants of Ireland. Also a true narration of all the passages concerning the petition of the Protestants of Ireland. ... August 27. 1644. It is this day ordered by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning Printing, that the books, intituled, An answer presented to His Majestie at Oxford, unto the false and scandalous remonstrance of the inhumane and bloody rebells of Ireland; together with A narration of the proceedings at Oxon, be forthwith printed and published: John White.
Sydenham, Cuthbert, 1622-1654. / [1651] The false brother, or, A new map of Scotland, drawn by an English pencil;: being a short history of the political and civil transactions between these two nations since their first friendship: wherein the many secret designs, and dangerous aspects and influences of that nation on England are discovered; with the juglings of their commissioners with the late King, Parliament, and city. The grounds of the entrance of our army into Scotland cleared, from their own principles and actings; their main pleas impleaded, and answered. Humbly presented to the Councel of State.
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1698] A false faith not justified by care for the poor prov'd in a sermon preach'd at St. Paul's Church, August 28th, 1698 / by Luke Milbourne ...
Parke, James, 1636-1696. / [printed in the year, 1684] False fictions and romances rebuked in answer to pretended matter charged against the Quaker, in a book, intituled, The progress of sin, &c. written by B. K. His lies and slanders therein returned back upon him, and the speakers of yea and nay in truth vindicated. By James Park.
Keith, George, 1639?-1716. / [1692] False judgments reprehended: and a just reproof to Tho. Everndon, and his associates and fellow-travellers, for the false and rash judgment T.E. gave against G.K. and his faithful Friends and brethren, at the publick meeting at Philadelphia, the 27. of 10. mon. 1692. And also for their bringing with them their paquet of letters (Saul-like to Damascus) containing the false judgment of a faction of men, calling themselves the Yearly-Meeting at Tredaven in Maryland the 4 of 8. mon 92. And another false judgment contained in another letter from William Richardson, all which will return upon their own heads.
[1652] False prophets and false teachers described, 1652
[1642] False prophets discovered. Being a true story of the lives and deaths of two weavers (late of Colchester) viz. Richard Farnham and Iohn Bull; who affirmed themselves the two great prophets which should come in the end of the world, mentioned Revel. 11. Also that the plague should not come nigh their dwelling. Neverthelesse being prisoners, the one in Old-Bridewell, the other in New-Bridewell, by a strange providence of almighty God, both the one and the other dyed of of the plague in a house where they usually met, in Rosemary-Lane, in Ianuary last, 1641. Here also is laid down their strange prophecies, and the Scriptures which they most blasphemously wrested, to the seducing of divers proselytes, who yet remaine obstinate, and confidently affirme that they are risen from the dead, and gone in vessels of bullrushes to convert the tenne Tribes; the which they will also seeme to prove, as may be seene by this ensuing discourse.
[1710] The false test set in a true light.
Gibson, William, 1629-1684. / [1674] A false witness examin'd and rebuk'd, and the stedfast, sincere obedience of the people called Quakers, unto Christ Jesus, their souls captain bishop and high-priest, asserted and vindicated : being an answer to a book, entituled, A declaration concerning the people called Quakers, &c., given forth by I know not who, there is subscribed to the said book, Christidulus Ecclestion, but whether this be the name of the author, or only a feigned name, is a question but I do not know the author by that name, nor do I hear of any that doth, neither did I ever know any man or woman by that name / by ... Wilson Gibson.
Brinsley, John, 1600-1665. / [1658] The false--teacher tried and cast. A subject useful at all times, and but too seasonable for the present. / By John Brinsley minister of the gospel at Great Yarmouth.
Robinson, Henry, 1605?-1664? / [1645] The falsehood of Mr. VVilliam Pryn's Truth triumphing, in the antiquity of popish princes and Parliaments.: To which, he attributes a sole, sovereigne, legislative, coercive power in all matters of religion; discovered to be full of absurdities, contradictions, sacriledge, and to make more in favour of Rome and Antichrist, than all the bookes and pamphlets which were ever published, whether by papall or episcopall prelates, or parisites, since the reformation. With twelve queries, eight whereof visit Mr. Pryn the second time, because they could not be satisfied at the first.
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. / [1676] Falsehood unmaskt in answer to a book called Truth unveil'd, which vainly pretends to justify the charge of Mr. Standish against some persons in the Church of England / by a dutiful son of that church.
[1690] Falshood detected in a defence of a letter out of the countrey to a member of Parliament, concerning the bishops then under suspension : against a late printed sheet, falsely charging the Bishop of S----ry, as the author of that letter, and virulently detracting from his worth, upon that occasion.
Sutton, William, 1561 or 2-1632. / [Printed for the author Anno Dom. 1635] The falshood of the cheife grounds of the Romish religion. Descried and convinced in a briefe answere to certaine motiues sent by a priest to a gentleman to induce him to turne papist. By W.S.
[1649] The fame, vvit, and glory of the vvest, here in this song shall fully be exprest. A caveat for young men wherein they may behold, how a youngster gave away his mistris and his gold; and maids likewise may here a lesson learn, wherein good from bad they may discern; learn but this damsels, wit, and then youl finde, a way to fit all suters in their kind. To a pleasant new tune, called the glory of the west.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel) / [1646] The famers fam'd or An answer, to two seditious pamphlets, the one intituled The just man in bonds, the other A pearle in a dunghill, written in the behalfe of that notorious lyar, and libeller John Lilburne.: Also a full reply, with a confutation of certaine objections devised by the trayterous author of a seditious and unparraled [sic] libell, intituled A remonstrance of many thousand citizens, and other free borne people of England, to their owne House of Commons, &c. Wherein the wickednesse of the authors, and their abettors, the destructive courses of the sectaries, and their adherors is amply discovered. So that all (not wilfully blind) may cleerely see, that they are men stirred up by mans enemie, the Devill, as to ruine themselves, so this poore nation, that yet lies bedrid of her wounds lately received. And ought to be avoided as serpents, to be contemned as abjects, and to be delivered over to Satan, as blasphemers and reprobates. / Written by S. Shepheard.
Fage, Mary. / [1637] Fames roule: or, The names of our dread soveraigne Lord King Charles, his royall Queen Mary, and his most hopefull posterity: together with, the names of the dukes, marquesses, earles, viscounts ... of his three renowned kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland: anagrammatiz'd and expressed by acrosticke lines on their names. By Mistris Mary Fage, wife of Robert Fage the younger, gentleman
[1582] A familiar and Christian instruction Containing a collection of diuerse and sundrie places of Scripture, seruinge for an exposition vpon the Lordes prayer, the Creede, the tenne commaundementes, the Sacraments, together with the offices and duties of eche Christian towardes another. Translated out of the french by G.C.
Shiers, William. / [1700] A familiar discourse or dialogue concerning the Mine-Adventure
[1672] A familiar discourse, between George, a true-hearted English gentleman and Hans a Dutch merchant, concerning the present affairs of England
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1695] A familiar guide to the right and profitable receiving of the Lord's Supper wherein also the way and method of our salvation is briefly and plainly declar'd / by Theophilus Dorrington.
[1699] Familiar letters. Vol. I. Written by the Right Honourable John, late Earl of Rochester, to the Honble Henry Savile, Esq; and other letters, by persons of honour and quality. With letters written by the most ingenious Mr. Thomas Otway, and Mrs. K. Phillips. Publish'd from their original copies. With modern letters, by Tho. Cheek, Esq; Mr. Dennis, and Mr. Brown.
[1699] Familiar letters. Vol. II. Containing thirty six letters, / by the Right Honourable John, late Earl of Rochester. Printed from his original papers. With letters and speeches, by the late Duke of Buckingham, the Honourable Henry Savile, Esq; Sir George Etherridge, to several persons of honour. And letters by several eminent hands.
Cooper, Thomas, fl. 1626. / [1615] A familiar treatise laying downe cases of conscience, furthering to perseuerance in sanctification. By Thomas Cooper, preacher of Gods word.
[1641] Familie [sic] exercise, or, The service of God in families.
Heywood, Oliver, 1629-1702. / [1693] A family altar erected to the honour of the eternal God, or, A solemn essay to promote the worship of God in private houses being some meditations on Genesis 35. 2, 3 / by O.H. ...
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1694] Family devotions for Sunday evenings throughout the year. Volume II : being practical discourses with suitable prayers / by Theophilus Dorrington.
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1693] Family devotions for Sunday evenings, throughout the year being practical discourses, with suitable prayers / by Theophilus Dorrington.
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1695] Family devotions for Sunday-evenings. The third and fourth volumes each containing thirteen practical discourses, with suitable prayers, and compleating an entire course for the whole year / by Theophilus Dorrington.
Salmon, William, 1644-1713. / [1695] The family dictionary, or, Houshold [sic] companion wherein are alphabetically laid down exact rules and choice physical receipts for the preservation of health ... directions for making oils, ointments, salves, ... chymical preparations, physical-wines, ales and other liquors and descriptions of the virtues of herbs, fruits, flowers ... and parts of living creatures used in medicinal potions, ... likewise directions for cookery, ... also the way of making all sorts of perfumes ... together with the art of making all sorts of English wines, ... the mystery of pickling and keeping all sorts of pickles ... : to which is added as an appendix the explanation of physical terms, bills of fare ... : with the art of carving and many other useful matters / by J.H.
Norman, John, 1622-1669. / [1657] Family-governors perswaded to family-godliness, or, The masters charge opened, and humbly offered, to all governors of families by John Norman ...
Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715. / [1697] Family-prayers for every day in the week Containing a short summary of Christian religion. By Theophilus Dorrington.
[1675] The Family prayers of those poor Christians who in court and country, in cities, towns, cottages and farm houses, are in good earnest with religion : together with their way of intercession or praying for others.
Cawdrey, Daniel, 1588-1664. / [1656] Family reformation promoted in a sermon on Joshua, chap. 24. ver. 15. and by short catechismes fitted for the three-fold relations in a family of 1. Children and parents, 2. Servants and masters, 3. Husband and wife / by D. Cawdrey ...
Shower, John, 1657-1715. / [1694] Family religion in three letters to a friend / by John Shower.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1699] A family well-ordered, or, An essay to render parents and children happy in one another handling two very important cases : I. What are the duties to be done by pious parents, for the promoting of piety in their children, II. What are the duties that must be paid by children to their parents, that they may obtain the blessings of the dutiful / by Cotton Mather.
Brome, James, d. 1719. / [1679] The famine of the word threat[e]ned to Israel, and Gods call to weeping and to mourning being two sermons preached on the fast day, Novemb. 13, 1678, and on the fast day, April 11, 1679 / by James Brome ...
S. C. / [166-?] The famous and delectable history of Cleocreton & Cloryana: wherein is set forth the noble and heroick actions of Cleocreton Prince of Hungary, his vvonderful and vvarlike atchievements in sundry kingdoms. Herein is also declared, his constant love to the most beautiful princess Cloryana, the onely daughter of the Emperor of Persia.
Fernández, Jerónimo. / [1671-1673] The famous and delectable history of Don Bellianis of Greece, or, The honour of chivalry containing his valiant exploits strange and dangerous adventures, with his admirable love to the Princesses Florisbella, daughter to the Souldan of Babilond / now newly writ[t]en by Francis Kirkman.
[ca. 1700] The famous and delightful history of the golden eagle giving an account of how Albertus, King of Arragon, being at the point of death, was advised to procure the golden eagle, kept by the Queen of Ivyland, for his recovery: how his three sons went in search of that adventure, and what befel them on the way; how Innocentine the youngest, prevailed, and got the golden eagle, with the advice his horse gave him: how his two brothers robbed him of the eagle, and accused him to the King, for which he narrowly escaped death, being utterly disgraced, until the Queen arrived, who restored him to favour, and then married him, &c. with many other adventures, both pleasant and profitable. Licens'd and entered according to order.
[1642] A Famous and joyfull victory obtained by Sir John Merricks regiment and one troop of horse against the towne and castle of Portsmouth August 24, 1642 and read in the House of Commons on Wednesday last : wherein is set downe a true and exact relation of the manner of that famous and renowned battell fought betwixt the gentry of Portsmouth and Colonell Goring ... published for the joy and comfort of all true-hearted Protestants.
[1691] The famous and notable sayings of an eminent holder-forth near Covent-Garden. Published for the benefit of his friends in the counties of Wilts, Oxford, Somerset, Southampton, Gloucester, Berks, and Middlesex. Licensed according to order.
[1652] The famous and renowned history of Amadis de Gaule conteining the heroick deeds of armes and strange adventures, aswell [sic] of Amadis himself, as of Perion his son, and Lisvart of Greece, son to Esplandian, Emperor of Constantinople : wherein is shewed the wars of the Christians against the Turks, the death of Armato, King of Turkie, and the strange death of Melea the enchantress, the love of Perion de Gaule, otherwise the knight of the sphere, to Grieilerea, daughter to the Emperor of Trebisond, and of Lisvart of Greece, sometimes called the knight of the true cross to Onolerea, another daughter to the Emperor of Trebisond : together with the acts and strange adventures of many other great lords and princes, aswell [sic] Christians as pagans : being the sixt part never before published / translated out of French into English by Francis Kirkman.
[1689] The famous and renowned history of Sir Bevis of Southampton giving an account of his birth, education, heroick exploits, and enterprises, his fights with giants, monsters, wild-beasts, and armies, his conquering kings and kingdoms, his love and marriage, fortunes and misfortunes, and many other famous and memorable things and actions, worthy of wonder : with the adventures of other knights, kings and princes, exceeding pleasant and delightful to read.
[c.1690] The famous and renowned history of the memorable, but unhappy hunting on Chevy-Chase, by the river Tweed in Scotland together with the great and mortal battles fought there, between the Lord Piercy, Earl of Northumberland, and his fifteen hundred English archers, and Earl Dowglas, with twenty hundred Scottish spears,in which both, with most of their men, were slain.
R. B., 1632?-1725? / [ca. 1700] The famous and renowned history of the nine worthies of the world ... giving a true historical account of their glorious lives, victories, and deat[hs].
[1680?] The Famous and renowned history of the two unfortunate, though noble lovers, Hero and Leander giving an account of all that happened from the beginning of their loves, till both of them ended their lives in the sea for love of each other : their various adventures and the renowned atchivements [sic] of Leander in his many glorious victorys & successes till he was forbid access to the fair Hero by her cruel father upon his killing his rival in a combat : also how (she being imprisoned in a tower) he swam over the sea to visit her & in a boistrous storm was drownded, for the sorrow of which, she leaped into the waves & drownded herself.
[1700] The famous and renowned histor[y] of Valentine and Orso[n] sons to the famous and renowned Emperour of Constantinop[le] containing their marvelous adventures in love and [...]
Choke, John. / [1680?] The famous and virtuous necklaces; one of them being of no greater weight than a small nutmeg, absolutely easing children in breeding teeth without pain; thereby preventing feavers, ruptures, convulsions, rickets, and such attendant distempers ...
[1642] A famous battel fought by the Earle of Corke, the Earle of Ormond, and the Lord Moore against the rebels in Ireland. Wherein is shewed the braue valour of the Lord Moore, how he recovered Dublin from the besiege of the rebels, and by his policy undermined the ground, and laid 20. barrels of gun-powder in a vault, and killed 2000. of the rebels at that time. Also, a great and bloody battel betwixt the Earle of Ormond and Tyrone, and the number of men that were slaine. Whereunto is added the trecherous plots against Dublin, and how it hath bin defended, and is now very strongly fortified as also of the great guard that is daily set to defend London Derry, and of some plots lately intended against the same. With the relation of how some English forces are come upon the rebels and have slaine many of them.
[Octob. 1. 1642] A famous battell fought by the Earle of Bedford against the Marques of Hartford and the Lord Pawle and the rest of the cava- [sic] who was ready to take shipping for Wales. Declaring the manner of the Earle of Bedfords obtaining the victory, there being slain almost 100. cavaleers, and not above 29. of our side. Whereunto is annexed the great guard that Prince Charles hath about Ludlow Castle. Also notifying the 3. shires that hath taken an enforced protestation to assist His Majesty against both Houses of Parliament. Brought to London by the last post.
Catholic Church. Pope (1605-1621 : Paul V) / [1688] The famous bull in Cœna Domini published at Rome every Maunday Thursday against hereticks and all infringers of ecclesiastical liberties with a preface containing some reflections on the bull, and animadversions on the late account of the proceedings of the Parliament of Paris.
L. P. (Laurence Price), fl. 1625-1680? / [1657. i.e. 1656] A famous city turned into stone. Or, A fearfull example for England to take warning by:: in which is contained all the full and whole description of a famous city in Barbary, that was for their rebellion against God (in the twinkling of an eye) both men, women, and children, with all the cattle, houses, and materials therein turned to stone. The manner how shall in this little booke be faithfully and truely related according to very good authors, which have since this great and miraculous wonder happened, been at the place where it was done, and have seene (with much teror) those things which shall be presantly spoken of. / Writen by Laurence Price.
[1695?] The famous collection of papers and pamphlets of all sorts, from the year 1600. down to this day, commonly known by the name of William Miller's collection is now to be sold, by retail, or otherwise, at the Acorn in St. Paul's Church-yard, turning down the Old-Change. Being digested into such an order and method, by way of alphabet, and common-place, that the reader shall find, without any difficulty, whatever he hath occasion for; as in the following table will appear. Composed by Mr. Charles Tooker. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Math. Gilliflowers at his shop in Westminster-hall, Mr. Chr. Bateman Middle-Row Holbourn, Mr. Joseph Hindmarsh over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, and at the guilded Acorn in St. Paul's Church-yard, London. Price 1 s.
[1674] A Famous conference between Pope Clement the Xth and Cardinal de Monte Alto concerning the late discovery of the Masse in Holy Scripture made by the worthy Father Patrick, an excellent engineer of the Church of Rome in England
[1668] The Famous epistles of Saint Polycarp and Saint Ignatius, disciples to the holy Evangelist and Apostle Saint John with the epistle of St. Barnabas and some remarks upon their lives and deaths / translated according to the best copies out of the original Greek into English by Thomas Elborowe.
R. G., fl. 1600. / [1600] The famous historie of Albions queene. VVherein is discoursed King Edwards ielosie, Queene Katherines chastetie, the Duke of Suffolkes loyaltie, and the Barron of Buckinghams treacherie.
J. S. (John Shirley), fl. 1680-1702. / [1686] The famous history of Aurelius the valiant London-prentice shewing his noble exploits at home and abroad, his love, and great success. very pleasant and delightful. Written for incouragement of youth, by J.S. This may by printed, R.P.
Céspedes y Meneses, Gonzalo de, 1585?-1638. / [1683] The famous history of Auristella originally written by Don Gonsalo de Cepedes ; together with the pleasant story of Paul of Segovia, by Don Francisco de Quevedo ; translated from the Spanish.
[1616] The famous history of George Lord Faukonbridge, bastard son to Richard Cordelion King of England Begotten in his royal tower, vpon the princely Clarabel, daughter to Don Iohn Duke of Austria, surnamed the worldes faire concubine. Shewing his knightly adventures, dignified victories, with his life and death, spent in the honor of God and his countrey: never wearing any other garmet, but that lyons skinne, by which his kingly father challenged his lyon-like title.
[16--?] The famous history of Guy Earl of Warwick by Samuel Smithson.
[ca. 1650] The famous history of stovt Stukley: or, His valiant life and death
M. P. (Martin Parker), d. 1656? / [1660] The famous history of that most renowned Christian worthy Arthur King of the Britaines,: and his famous Knights of the Round Table.
[MDCLXXXV. 1685] The famous history of the life of the renowned Prince Palmerin of England: or, The glory of knightly prowess. In three parts. Containing his parentage, birth, education, travels, strange adventures, noble exploits and victories; combats with monsters, gyants, armies, and armed knights, dissolving inchantments, delivering distressed ladies; and his success in love. The whole being a compleat series, inter-woven with the heroick actions of many valiant emperours, kings, princes, and knights of undoubted fame, whose matchless deeds have won them immortal honour. A book worthy the perusal of either sex. Written originally in French; and now faithfully done into English (for the better satisfaction of the reader) by J.S.
J. S. / [1693] The famous history of the valiant London-prentice shewing his noble exploits at home and abroad: his love and great success. Very pleasant and delightful. Written for encouragement of youth. By J.S. This may be printed, R.P.
[1673] The famous history of Valentine and Orson being the two only sons of the Emperour of Greece : deciphering their wonderful births, their valiant atchievements, their heroical minds, and their noble enterprises : drawn up in a short volume ... / written by Laurence Price.
[1699?] The famous Millainese astrologer his prophecies and predictions for the year 1700. Being more esteemed of beyond sea, then Man in Scotland, Partridge in England, or Whaley in Ireland.
Le Vayer de Boutigny, M. (Roland), 1627-1685. / [1685] The famous romance of Tarsis and Zelie digested into ten books / written originally in French by a person of honour ; done into English by Charles Williams.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII) / [Printed in the yeare, 1642] A famous speech of King Henry the eighth, made in the Parliament House the 24. of December, in the 37. yeare of his Majesties reigne. Anno Dom. 1545.: Tending to charity and concord, and therefore necessary for men of these times.
[1649] The famous tragedie of King Charles I basely butchered by those who are, omne nesas proni patare pudoris inanes crudeles, violenti, importunique tyranni mendaces, falsi, perversi, perfidiosi, fædifragi, falsis verbis infunda loquentes in which is included, the several combinations and machinations that brought that incomparable Prince to the block, the overtures hapning at the famous seige of Colchester, the tragicall fals of Sir Charls Lucas and Sir George Lisle, the just reward of the leveller Rainsborough, Hamilton and Bailies trecheries, in delivering the late Scottish army into the hands of Cromwell, and the designe the rebels have, to destroy the royal posterity.
[1660] The Famous tragedie of the life and death of Mris. Rump shewing how she was brought to bed of a monster with her terrible pangs, bitter teeming, hard labour, and lamentable travell from Portsmouth to Westminster, and the great misery she hath endured by her ugly, deformed, ill-shapen basebegotten brat or imp of reformation, and the great cared and wonderful pains taken by Mris. London Midwife, Mris. Hasterigg, Nurse, Gossip Vaine, Gos. Scot & her man Litesum, Gossip Walton, Gossip Martin, Gossip Nevit, Gossip Lemhal, Secluded Gossips, Apprentices : together with the exceeding great fright she took at a free Parliament, and the farall and of that grand tyrant O.C. the father of all murthers, rebellions, treasons and treacheries committed since the year 1648, as it was presented on a burning stage at Westminster the 29th of May, 1660.
[1680?] The Famous tragedy of King Charles I as it was acted before White-hall, by the fanatical servants of Oliver Cromwell.
[1643] A famous victorie obtained against the cavaliers in the county of Gloucester: by Sir VVilliam VValler, on Munday last at a town called Padsworth; how there was six score of the cavaliers killed on the place, most of them being gentlemen of quality, and chief commanders in the Kings army; and one of them is supposed to be a younger brother of the Duke of Lenox. With a true description of the manner of the fight, and what forces were on both sides, with many other remarkable passages concerning the same, which would be too long to mention in the title.
[February 20. 1646] A famous victorie obtained by Sir Thomas Fairfax, against the Lord Hopton. And the Prince his army, at Torrington in the west. 3000. armes taken. 50. colonels, majors, captains, and other officers. 700. common souldiers. 150. horse. 100. barrels of powder. The magazine, and all the enemies bag and baggage. Two trunks of the Lord Hoptons, plate and money taken. The Lord Hopton, the Lord Wentworth, Sir Iohn Digby, Major General Harris, and others fled, and the manner of the pursuit. Torrington church blown up, and the great danger his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax escaped. There was also in the said church one hundred barrels of powder, and one hundred and forty of the enemies officers and souldiers, which were all destroyed in the said place. Certified by letters to the Speaker of the House of Commons, on Thursday last, the 19. of this instant February, and the heads thereof published in severall churches about London.
[March 31, 1643] The Famous victorie obtained by Sir VVilliam VValler against the Lord Herbert and the Welch cavaliers in the forrest of Deane in the county of Gloucester, where six hundred of the Welchmen were slaine, and a thousand taken prisoners by the Parliaments forces, the said Lord Herbert generall of South-Wales being slain also a true relation of the whole proceedings of the said Sir William Waller in that county, shewing in what manner he faced Cicester, and what stratagem he and Colonell Massey (who is governour of Gloucester) used when they obtained this victory against the Welch, with the number of men which have been lost by Sir William Waller, and what strength he hath.
[1613] A famous victorie, atchiued in August last 1613. by the Christian gallies of Sicilia, against the Turkes. Wherein were redeemed aboue a thousand Christian captiues, as many Turkes slaine, and aboue six hundred taken.
Hyword, Abel. / [1643] A famous victory obtained before the city of Exeter, on Sunday Ianuary 1. by Captaine Pym, against Sir Ralph Hopton, and the Cornish cavaliers: where after foure houres fight, he obtained a glorious victory, and slew above a thousand of the cavaliers, and tooke 38. prisoners, and 7. pieces of ordnance, with the losse of a hundred men at the most. Being the copie of a letter, sent from Lievetenant Hyword, to his worthy friend, inhabiting in the Citie of London. Bearing date January 2. 1643.
[March 1. 1647] A famous victory obtained by the Brittish forces in the kingdome of Ireland. VVherein is set forth, the manner how they gave the rebels battell neere Black Water, took all their ordnance, armes, and ammunition, and beat them up to the sea-coast, putting all of them to the sword. Also, the beating of the Popes nuntio out of the kingdome of Ireland. And the number of men that were slaine on both sides, and the names of the chiefe commanders that were taken by the Brittish forces. Appointed to be printed and published by order of Parliament, for generall satisfaction of the kingdome of England.
[August 25. 1642] A famous victory obtained by the citisens [sic] of Coventry, and the Parliaments forces, under the command of the Lord Brooks, and colonell Hambden, against the Kings army, August 22 Read in the House of Commons upon Wednesday, being the 24. of August. Declaring the manner of the meeting of the two armies, the Parliaments forces slaying above 80. Cavaleers, with little losse, and taking captain Legge and others prisoners, with two pieces of ordnance, divers waggons, and great store of ammunition, putting the whole army of cavaleers to flight. Also the manner of His Majesties forces blowing open the gates, and how the city was preserved by throwing their houshold stuffe into the streets, to keep out the horse and divers of the Cavaleers being slaine thereby. Ordered that this be forthwith printed and published John. Brown. Cler. Parl.
[the sixt sic of August. 1642] A Famous victory obtained by the Right Honorable the Lord Brooks, against the Earle of Northamton neere Keintith in Warwickshire on the third of August, 1642. Ordered that this be printed, Hen. Elsynge Cler. Parliament.
Isack, J. / [Febr. the 2d. 1644] A famous victory obtained, by Sir William Brewerton. Sir Thomas Fairfax. Sir William Fairfax.: In a pitcht battle against the Lord Byron, (chief commander of the kings forces) at the raising of the siedge of Namptwitch. Together, with a list of all the commanders that were slain and taken in the said fight. Also, in what estate the towne of Namptwitch now is, and the miserable condition of the enemies forces in those parts. Printed according to order.
[1670?] The famous water of talk and pearl, being the clearest of all waters, and is of that excellent quality for beautifying the face, that in a short time it will turn the brownest complexion to a lovely white ...
Blome, Richard, d. 1705. / [1660] The fanatick history: or an exact relation and account of the old Anabaptists, and new Quakers. Being the summe of all that hath been yet discovered about their most blasphemous opinions, dangerous pactises [sic], and malitious endevours to subvert all civil government both in church and state. Together with their mad mimick pranks, and their ridiculous actions and gestures, enough to amaze any sober christian. Which may prove the death & burial of the fanatick doctrine. Published with the approbation of divers orthodox divines.
T. F. / [1661] The fanatick in his colours, or, The rise, heighth, and fall of faction and rebellion, from 1648 unto 1661 with an appendix concerning allegiance, government and order / by T.F.
Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. / [168-?] Fanatick moderation, exemplified in Bishop Hall's Hard measure, as it was written by himself. To which is annex'd, a specimen of the unparralell'd behaviour of the sectaries, towards some others of that sacred order. As likewise, a general bill of mortality of the clergy of the City of London, who were defunct, by reason of the contagious breath of the pretended reformers of that city, from the year 1641, to the year 1647.
[1655?] The fanaticks barber. Or, A new cut for non-conformists. Being a true relation of the parson that was lately gelt at Chemsford in Essex, being taken in bed with another mans wife. Very proper to be sung in all corporations of this nation. All the town shan't save thee.
[1680] The Fanaticks dream
[1660] Fanatique queries, propos'd to the present assertors of the good old cause.
[1599] Fancies ague-fittes, or beauties nettle-bed Wherein, one nightes lodging, will cost nine monethes nettling. Handled in sixe discourses, pithie, pleasing, and profitable. Patere, aut abstine.
[1668?] Fancy's freedom. Or The true lovers bliss Exactly set forth in the faithful and constant affection of a gentlemans daughter, who fell in love with her fathers serving-man, she having a thousand pound left her by an uncle, and how they were married (notwithstanding all opposition) and liv'd happily to their hearts content. In spite of fate true love shall crowned be and wear a garland for its loyalty. Tune of, Amarillis, or, Phillis on the new made hay, &c.
Adis, Henry. / [1661] A fannatick's testimony against swearing; being an ansvver to four books, published by John Tombes, Jeremiah Ives, and Theophilus Brabourne; but more especially to that by Henry Den. By Henry Adis, a baptized believer, undergoing the name of a free-willer; and also most ignomineously by the tongue of infamy, called a fannatick, or a mad man.
Canand, J. / [1566] The fantasies of a troubled mannes head.
[the. xvi. day of February. The yere of our lorde 1530] [The fantasy of the passyon of the fox]
Boemus, Johannes. / [1555] The fardle of facions conteining the aunciente maners, customes, and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affrike and Asia.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1657] A farewel exhortation to the church and people of Dorchester in New-England ... by Richard Mather ...
Milbourne, Luke, 1649-1720. / [1699] A farewel sermon preached at the Tabernacle in Spittle-Fields by Luke Milbourn ...
Parker, Thomas, Minister of Wake-Field. / [1656] A farewel sermon preached in VVake-Field, January 1, 1655: By Thomas Parker, Master of Arts, late minister of that church.
[1683?] A farewel to Graves-end. Where noble seamen spend their coyn, why should they be abus'd: then let them stay from thence away, where they are strangely us'd. Tune of, Hey boys up go we.
Evanke, George. / [1663] A farewell sermon preached at Great Ayton in the county of Yorkshire by George Evanke ...
Penn, William, 1644-1718. / [1699] A farewell sermon preached by Mr. William Penn, on Sunday last, being the 13th instant, at the Quakers meeting-house at Westminster.
Farmer, William, fl. 1587-1614. / [1613] [Farmer, 1614]
W. B. (William Blake), fl. 1650-1670. / [1657] The farmers catechize, or A religious parly between the father and the son Being a profitable and pleasing discourse running thorough the whole scripture, and it is dedicated to all those honest families that desires Christ may dwell in their hearts. Written by William Blake, May 1. 1657.
[1670] The farmers heir. Or, The countrey-man wooing his mistriss. To be sung with its own pleasant air.
[1687 or 8] The farmers reformation: or, a Pattern for all bad husbands to amend their lives. When all is spent, there's no content, but sorrow will attend: before too late, renew thy state, and learn thy life to mend. Tune of, the Ladyes of London. This may be printed, R.P.
[MDCLXXXII 1682] A Farther account from several letters of the continuation of the cruel persecution of the people called Quakers in Bristol, without regard to age or sex with copies of several warrants, by which some of them were committed.
Royal College of Physicians of London. / [1698?] A farther account of the dispensaries at the College of Physicians, and in St. Martins Lane, Westminster: and others to be erected in and about London, for the service of the publick.
[1691] A farther account of the siege of Lymerick with a relation of the taking of Castel-Connel, Carrick-Gunnel, and the island of Buffin. : As also, of Coll. Wooseley's pursuing of Sarsefield, &c.
[1692] A farther account of the victory obtained by the English and Dutch fleet over the French received by express this morning from Admiral Russell. Published by authority.
Whiston, James, 1637?-1707. / [1697] Farther arguments, for passing the bill against the sale of offices humbly offer'd to the House of Lords, as it has pass'd the honourable House of Commons.
[1676] A Farther brief and true narration of the late vvars risen in New-England occasioned by the quarrelsome disposition and perfidious carriage of the barbarous and savage Indian natives there : with an account of the fight, the 19th of December last, 1675.
Pynchon, William, 1590-1662. / [1655] A farther discussion of that great point in divinity the sufferings of Christ and the questions about his righteousnesse ... and the imputation thereof : being a vindication of a dialogue intituled (The meritorious price of our redemption, justification, &c.) from the exceptions of Mr. Norton and others / by William Pynchon ...
McCarmick, William. / [1691] A farther impartial account of the actions of the Inniskilling-men containing the reasons of their first rising, their declarations, oaths, and correspondencies with several parts of the kingdom : together with many other remarkable passages of their behaviour and management, not yet published / written by Capt. William Mc-Carmick, one of the first that took up arms in Inniskilling, for the defence of that place, and the Protestant interest.
[1691] A Farther search after claret, or, A second visitation of the vintners a poem.
[1711] The farthingale reviv'd: or, more work for the cooper. A panegyrick on the late, but most admirable invention of the hoop-petticoat: written at the Bath in the year 1711.
[1646] Farway bell a Christmas truth or two out of the west worth hearing, which will be attested by very many of known worth, sent up in divers reports and letters and upon full examination committed to the publike to be thought on.
Dee, Arthur, 1579-1651. / [1650] Fasciculus chemicus or Chymical collections. Expressing the ingress, progress, and egress, of the secret hermetick science, out of the choisest and most famous authors. Collected and digested in such an order, that it may prove to the advantage, not onely of beginners, but proficients of this high art, by none hitherto disposed in this method. Whereunto is added, the Arcanum or grand secret of hermetick philosophy. Both made English by James Hasolle, Esquire, qui est Mercuriophilus Anglicus.
Coke, Edward, Sir, 1552-1634. / [1618] Fasciculus florum. Or A handfvll of flowers gathered out of the seuerall bookes of the Right Honorable Sir Edward Coke Knight and one of the Kings Maiesties most honorable councellours of estate. Per Tho: Ashe, Graijens.
Falconer, John, 1577-1656. / [1633] Fasciculus myrrhæ. Or a briefe treatise of our Lord and Sauiours passion. Written by the R. Fa. I. F. of the Society of Iesus
[1659] Fast and loose, or, The armies figgaries being some animadversions upon their late declaration, 1659.
Rogers, Nehemiah, 1593-1660. / [MDCLVIII. 1658] The fast friend: or A friend at mid-night.: Set forth in an exposition on that parable Luke 11. 5.-11. Which of you shall have a friend, and shall go unto him at mid-night, &c. By Nehemiah Rogers, minister of the Gospel.
Thacher, Thomas, 1620-1678. / [1678] A fast of Gods chusing plainly opened for the help of those poor in spirit, whose hearts are set to seek the Lord their God in New-England, in the solemn ordinance of a fast : wherein is shewed, 1, the nature of such a fast, 2, the testimony God will give thereunto of his gracious acceptance, 3, the special seasons wherein God will bear witness to such a fast, 4, some helps to faith that is shall be so, 5, why such a fast is so acceptable and succesfull, 6, how much this concerns Gods people in New-England : preached on a fast called by publick authority, on 26, 1[6]74 / by Thomas Thacher...
[1697] Fasti Gulielmi Tertii, or, An Account of the most memorable actions transacted during His Majesty's life, both before and since his accession to the crown with the days, months, and years wherein the same hapned [sic].
Kidder, Richard, 1633-1703. / [MDCXCIV 1694] Of fasting : a sermon preached before the Queen at White-hall, on May 23, MDCXCIV, being a day of publick humiliation / by Richard, Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells ; published by Her Majesties special command.
Eaton, Nathaniel, 1609?-1674. / [1661] De fastis Anglicis, sive Calendarium Sacrum The holy calendar : being a treble series of epigrams upon all the feasts observed by the Church of England : to which is added the like number of epigrams upon some other more especiall daies, which have either their footsteps in Scripture, or are more remarkeable in this kingdome / composed by Nathanael Eaton ...
Row, William. / [M DC XLIV. 1644] The fatal blow given to the Earle of Newcastles armie, by the Scots,: certified by letters read in the House of Commons this present Munday, Aprill. 8. 1644. 500 slain of the enemy upon the ground, a numerous company taken prisoners, Sir Marmaduke Langdale and most of his chiefe commanders slain. All their ordnance, bag and bagage, and the whole armie utterly ronted [sic]. With a report by a messenger sent from the English Commissioners at Sunderland, with letters By William Row. Secretary to the Commissioners.
Hemings, William, b. 1602? / [1653] The fatal contract, a French tragedy as it vvas acted vvith great applause by Her Majesties servants / written by William Hemings ...
Payne, Henry Neville, fl. 1672-1710. / [1673] The fatal jealousie a tragedy acted at the Duke's Theatre.
[printed, Anno Domini 1648] The fatall blow; or, The most impious and treasonable fact of Hammond, in offering force unto, and hurting his sacred Majesty: discussed, and reparation pressed, by a suddain dissolution of the tyrannicall power of this present Parliament, a summary of whose wicked practices tending to the subversion of monarchie and murder of His Maiestie, and the enslaving of this nation is premised. The re-establishing of religion, and re-enthroning of His Maiestie by force and armes is propounded and justified. / Dedicated and directed to the people of England.
R. H. / [1655] The fatall doom, or, The charms of divine love by R.H.
[1649] The Fatall feasts, or, Gods finger upon the wall appearing at the great thanksgiving festivall (upon Cains slaughter of his brother Abel) solemnized by the generall, army, Parliament, councell of state and city of London, at Grocers-hall, June the 7, 1649.
Brathwaite, Richard, 1588?-1673. / [1636] The fatall nuptiall: or Mournefull marriage Relating, the heavy and lamentable accident lately occurring, by the drowning of 47. persons, and some of those of especiall quality, in the water of Windermere, in the North. October 19: 1635.
[1679] Fatall prudence, or, Democrates, the unfortunate heroe a novell / translated out of French.
Southerne, Thomas, 1660-1746. / [1700] The fate of Capua a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields by His Majesty's servants / written by Thomas Southerne.
[1690] The Fate of France a discourse, wherein after having answered the groundless exceptions that are made against the lawful conduct of the English, in securing themselves from popish tyranny, &c., it is shewed that by the happy revolution in England, all the designs of the French king for the universal monarchy are disappointed, and the rational grounds to believe his downfal near : in three dialogues betwixt Father Petre, Father La Chaize, and two Protestant gentlemen.
Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627. / [1604] Father Hubburds tales: or the ant and the nightingale
La Chaise, François d'Aix de, 1624-1709. / [1688] Father La Chaise's project for the extirpation of hereticks in a letter from him to Father P---rs.
Oldisworth, Giles, 1619-1678. / [1676] The father of the faithfull tempted as was more concisely shewed August 31, 1674, at a solemne funeral in the church at Wotton under Edge in the countie of Gloucester / by Giles Oldisworth ...
[1688] Father Peter's apologies to the Pope for his miscarriages in England
[printed in the year 1689] Father Peter's policy discovered: or, the Prince of Wales prov'd a popish perkin.
[1689] Father Peters his new-years-gift to my lord chancellor.
[1688] Father Peters's farewell-sermon published by the pope's special command.
[1689] Father Petre's lamentation, or, His New-Years-gift to the Devill
[1679] Father Whitebreads walking ghost which lately appear'd to a cabal of Jesuits in Drury-Lane.
[1693] A fathers advice to his son at the university: wherein is hinted some general directions, which may be usefully read by persons of any age or sex.
Tipping, William, 1598-1649. / [1644. i.e. 1643] The fathers counsell.: Or, Certain usefull directions, for all young persons, especially elder brothers, whose portion it is or may be, in these perilous daies, to be left in a fatherlesse or friendlesse condition. / By W.T.
[1670?] The fathers good counsel to his lascivious son. Or A caveat against vvenching the proverb old does tell us all you know, as crowes the old cock so the young doth crow, the father does chastize the son for sin, and quite forgets what vice himself liv'd in. The son reflects, pray sir leave off the game, and I'le endeavour for to do the same; the old man hearing this with shame amends: the young one does so too, and both are friends. Tune of, The delights of the bottle.
Burton, Edward, of Stanton, Derbyshire. / [1649] The fathers legacy: or Burtons collections Containing many excellent instructions for age, and youth, shewing them how to live godly in this life, and to attaine everlasting happinesse in the life to come. First written for the instruction of his onely son, and now set forth for the benefit of others. By Edw: Burton.
[1678] The fathers legacy: or Counsels to his children In three parts. Containing the whole duty of man, I. To God. II. To himself. III. To man in all conditions. Vseful for families. Licensed. Roger L'Estrange. Aug. 13. 1677.
Deacon, J., Presbyter of the Church of England. / [1697] The fathers vindicated, or, Animadversions on a late Socinian book entitul'd The judgment of the Fathers touching the Trinity, against Doctor Bull's Defence of the Nicene faith by a presbyter of the Church of England.
Plummer, Timothy. / [1622] The fauourite: or, A plaine demonstration from Holy Scripture of Gods especiall loue to the righteous, in a sermon preached at S. Andrewes in Norwich, the 18. of Nouemb. 1611. since enlarged and newly published for the comfort of Gods people. By Timo: Plummer preacher of Gods word.
[1680] Faux's ghost, or, Advise to papists
Walker, Anthony, d. 1692. / [MDCLXXXV. 1685] Fax fonte accensa, fire out of water: or, An endeavour to kindle devotion, from the consideration of the fountains God hath made: Designed for the benefit of those who use the waters of Tunbridg-Wells, the Bath, Epsom, Scarborough, Chigwell, Astrop, Northall, &c. Two sermons preached at New Chappel by Tunbridg-Wells. With devout meditations of Cardinal Bellarmin upon fountains of waters. Also some form of meditations, prayers, and thanksgivings, suited to the occasion. By Anthony Walker, D.D.
Matlock, John. / [1685] Fax nova artis scribendi, or, An introduction (by way of dialogue) to the best forms and proportions of all letters in each hand most useful, and excellent for all business both in clerkship and trade : to which is added, rules for spelling and pointing : as also, a table of abbreviations, so large that it will facilitate both the writing and reading of any business at common or civil law : together with some directions which may be beneficial for a clerk in the progress of his whole clerkship / by John Matlock ....
[1548?] A faythful [and] true pronosticatio[n] vpo[n] the yeare. M.CCCCC.xlix and parpetually after to the worldes ende gathered out of the prophecies and scriptures of god, by the experience and practise of his workes, very comfortable for all christen hertes deuided into seuen chapters. And in the ende ye shal finde an almanack for euer, translated newly out of hye Almåayne into englysh by Myles Couerdale.
[1618?] The faythfull louers resolution: being forsaken of a coy and faythles dame. To the tune of, My deere and only loue take heed.