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Hugo, Herman, 1588-1629. / [1686] Pia desideria, or, Divine addresses in three books : illustrated with XLVII copper-plates / written in Latine by Herm. Hugo ; Englished by Edm. Arwaker.
Lawe, Robert, b. 1617 or 18. / [1684] Pia Fraus, or, Absalom's theft being a sermon preached to a country-congregation on the thirtieth of January last, being the anniversary fast for the martyrdom of King Charles the First / by R.L., M.A.
Sempill, James, Sir, 1566-1625. / [1700] [A pick-tooth for the Pope, or,] The pack-mans pater noster
[Printed Ann. Dom. 1700] The picture of a coffee-house, or, The humour of the stock-jobbers
I. S. / [Printed in the year of Englands great trouble and slavery, and are to be found at the signe of the peoples liberties, right opposite to the Usurpers Court, 1656] The picture of a new courtier drawn in conference, between, [brace] Mr. Timeserver, and Mr. Plain-heart.: In which is discovered the abhominable practises and horrid hypocrisies of the Usurper, and his time-serving parasites. In which a Protector having been in part unvailed, may see himself discovered by I.S. a lover of Englands dear bought freedomes.
Ormerod, Oliver, 1580?-1626. / [1606] The picture of a papist: or, A relation of the damnable heresies, detestable qualities, and diabolicall practises of sundry hereticks in former ages, and of the papists in this age. Where in is plainly shewed, that there is scarse any heresie which the auncient Church knew, and withal condemned to the pit of hell, which the Romish Church hath not raked vp againe, and propounded to the world with new varnish and fresh colours. Together with a discourse of the late treason, and of the late execution of some of the traitors ... Written to stop the mouthes of those, that complaine of rigour, and scandalize the state of cruelty, in their iust seueritie. Whereunto is annexed a certain treatise, intituled Pagano-pagismus: wherein is prooued by irrefragable demonstrations, that papisme is flat paganisme: and that the papists doe resemble the very pagans, in aboue seuenscore seuerall things.
Ormerod, Oliver, 1580?-1626. / [1605] The picture of a Puritane: or, A relation of the opinions, qualities, and practises of the Anabaptists in Germanie, and of the Puritanes in England. VVherein is firmely prooued, that the Puritanes doe resemble the Anabaptists, in aboue fourescore seuerall thinges. By Oliuer Ormerod, of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge. Wherunto is annexed a short treatise, entituled, Puritano-papismus: or a discouerie of Puritan-papisme.
I. H., fl. 1611. / [1611] The picture of Christ The wonder of meditation, the earnest of eternitie, the touchstone of faith: or, A counterbuffe to despaire. Gathered from the great fountaine, and store house of liuing waters, the most ancient, sacred, holy, authenticall selfe-assuring, and canonicall scriptures, of the old and new testament.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. / [1626.] The picture of incest. Liuely portraicted in the historie of Cinyras and Myrrha. / By Iames Gresham..
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1645] The picture of Independency lively (yet lovingly) delineated.: By John Vicars.
Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. / [1645] The picture of independency lively (yet lovingly) delineated:
Webster, John, 1610-1682. / [1653] The picture of Mercurius Politicus: or Some of his falsities and mistakes, mentioned in his intelligence of the twelfth of October, concerning the dispute in Lumbardstreet, detected and disproved.: Wherein the carriage of the people resort-in to the meeting-place there, upon the said day, and other times, is cleared: to the satisfaction of those that will not censure before they understand, nor give up their judgments to trust vanity and lyes. By John Webster.
Jeffray, William. / [1629] The picture of patience. Or, a direction to perfection. Most needfull and vsefull in these dangerous daies of sinne, and publike feares.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1697] The picture of Quakerism drawn to the life in two parts : the first, shewing the vanity of the Quakers pretence of their being the one, only Catholick Church of Christ, and that the apostolick order thereof, is re-established amongst them, and them only : also shewing that legal punishment is not persecution, whereby the Christian magistrate, of the English government, are cleared from the odious scandal of persecution charged on them by the Quakers : the second, containing, a brief history of the rise, growth and progress of Quakerism, being a modest correction of the general history of the Quakers wrot in Holland by Gerrard Croese / by Francis Bugg.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [Printed in the year, 1649] The picture of the Councel of State,: held forth to the free people of England by Lievt. Col. John Lilburn, Mr Thomas Prince, and Mr Richard Overton, now prisoners in the Tower of London. Or, a full narrative of the late extra-judicial and military proceedings against them. Together with the substance of their several examinations, answers and deportments before them at Darby house, upon the 28. of March last.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1649] The picture of the Councell of State, held forth to the free people of England by Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, M. Thomas Prince, and M. Richard Overton, now prisoners in the Tower of London for bearing testimony to the liberties of England against the present tyrants at White-Hall, and their associates, or, a full narrative of the late extrajudiciall and military proceedings against them ; together with the substance of their severall examinations, answers, and deportments before them at Darby-house, upon March 28 last.
[1660] The picture of the good old cause drawn to life in the effigies of Master Prais-God Barebone.: With several examples of Gods Judgements on some eminent engagers against kingly government.
Mure, Andrew. / [1636] Pidax Petreia, or, The disc[ov]erie of S. Peters well, [a]t Peter-head, in Scotland being in latitude 57.d.43.m. and in longitude 22.d.40.m. : shewing the admirable vertues thereof, against many deplorable diseases / by A.M. student in medicine.
Lenton, Francis, fl. 1630-1640. / [1640.] A piece of the world, painted in proper colours. Presented to the illusterous [sic] Majesty of our most gracious Queene Mary. / By Francis Lenton gent. Her Majesties poet..
Chettle, Henry, d. 1607? / [1595] Piers Plainnes seauen yeres prentiship by H.C.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1697] Pietas in patriam the life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, Knt. late Captain General and Governour in Chief of the province of the Massachuset-Bay, New England, containing the memorable changes undergone, and actions performed by him / written by one intimately acquainted with him.
Carre, Thomas, 1599-1674. / [1666] Pietas Parisiensis, or, A short description of the pietie and charitie comonly [sic] exercised in Paris which represents in short, the pious practises of the whole Catholike Church / by Thomas Carre ...
Ameyden, Dirk, 1586-1656. / [1687] Pietas Romana et Parisiensis, or, A faithful relation of the several sorts of charitable and pious works eminent in the cities of Rome and Paris the one taken out of the book written by Theodorus Amydenus ; the other out of that by Mr. Carr.
Brydall, John, b. 1635? / [1700] Pietatis in parentes disquisitio: or, The duty of children towards their parents:: truly examined and stated. : In a letter to a friend in the city.
Hesketh, Henry, 1637?-1710. / [1680] Piety the best rule of orthodoxy, or, An essay upon this proposition, that the conduciveness of doctrines to holiness or vice is the best rule for private Christians to judge the truth or falshood of them by in a letter to his honoured friend H.M. / by Hen. Hesketh.
[1599.] A pil to purge melancholie: or, A preprative [sic] to a pvrgation: or, Topping, copping, and capping: take either or whether: or, Mash them, and squash them, and dash them, and diddle come derrie come daw them, all together..
Tipper, Elizabeth. / [1698] The pilgrim's viaticum, or, The destitute but not forlorn being a divine poem / digested from meditations upon the Holy Scripture by Eliz. Tipper.
[1697] The pilgrim's passage in poesie To the palace beautiful, in the chamber of peace. Ager scholæ, A.M.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1700] The pilgrim's progress, from Quakerism to Christianity containing, a farther discovery of the dangerous growth of Quakerism, not only in points of doctrine, but also in their politicks, respecting their government, and opposite to it, together with their fund or common bank to support the same : with a remedy proposed for this malady, and the cure of Quakerism : to which is added an appendix, discovering a most damnable plot, contriv'd and carrying on by New-Rome, by an united confederacy, against the reformed religion and professors thereof, as will appear from the designs of their silent meetings, their monthly, quarterly, second-day, six-week, and yearly meeting, all which are particularly herein treated on / by ... Fr. Bugg.
Brémond, Gabriel de. / [1681] The pilgrim. The second part Written by P. Belon, gent. Translator of the first part, and dedicated to the dutchess of Albemarle.
Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662. / [1664] A pilgrimage into the land of promise, by the light of the vision of Jacobs ladder and faith, or, A serious search and prospect into life eternal pointing out the way and discovering the passage out of mans mutable state of life, into a state of immutable righteousness and glory, through the knowledg of Christ in spirit / written in the year 1662 by Henry Vane ...
Richeome, Louis, 1544-1625. / [Anno Dom. M.DC.XXIX. 1629] The pilgrime of Loreto. Performing his vow made to the glorious Virgin Mary Mother of God. Conteyning diuers deuout meditations vpon the Christian and Cath. doctrine. By Fa. Lewis Richeome of the Society of Iesus. Written in French, & translated into English by E.W.
Dunton, John, 1627 or 8-1676. / [1684] The pilgrims guide from the cradle to his death-bed with his glorious passage from thence to the New-Jerusalem, represented to the life in a delightful new allegory, wherein the Christian traveller is more fully and plainly directed than yet he hath been by any, in the right and nearest way to the celestial paradice : to which is added The sick-mans passing-bell : with no less than fifty several pleasant treatises ... : to these are annext, The sighs and groans of a dying man / by John Dunton ... ; illustrated with eight curious copper plates.
M. R., Gent. / [1659] The pilgrims pass to the new Jerusalem, or, The serious Christian his enquiries after heaven with his contemplations on himself, reflecting on his happiness by creation, misery by sin, slavery by Satan, and redemption by Christ ... relating to those four last and great things of death, judgement, hell, and heaven ... / by M.R., Gent.
Ewbancke, George. / [1660] The pilgrims port or The weary mans rest in the grave opened and improved in a sermon, at the funeral of the Honorable Ms. Margaret Marwood, wife to Hen Marwood Esq; together with a character of the deceased gentlewoman; briefly describing the tenure of her life, and the manner of her death. / By Geo. Ewbancke, chaplain to ... Geo. Marwood, Esq.
Taylor, Thomas, 1576-1632. / [1622] The pilgrims profession. Or a sermon preached at the funerall of Mris Mary Gunter by Mr Thomas Taylor. To which (by his consent) also is added, a short relation of the life and death of the said gentle-woman, as a perpetuall monument of her graces and vertues
Mico, John. / [1623] A pill to purge out poperie: or, A catechisme for Romish Catholikes shewing that popery is contrarie to the grounds of the Catholike religion, and that therefore papists cannot be good Catholikes.
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. / [1687] The pillar and ground of truth a treatise shewing that the Roman Chvrch falsly claims to be that church, and the pillar of that truth, mentioned by S. Paul in his First epistle to Timothy, Chap. III. vers. 15, which is explained in three parts.
Horton, Thomas, d. 1673. / [1655. i.e. 1654] The pillar and pattern of Englands deliverances.: Presented in a sermon to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen, with the several companies of the City of London, in their solemn meeting at Pauls on the Lords Day, Novem. 5. 1654. Being also the first Sabbath after his Lordships entrance upon his majoralty. / By Thomas Horton Doctor in Divinity, and professor thereof in Gresham-Colledge London.
[1682] The pillory: or a dialogue betwixt Roger L'Estrange and Nat. Thompson
Kingston, Richard, b. 1635? / [1665] Pillulæ pestilentiales, or, A spiritual receipt for cure of the plague delivered in a sermon preach'd in St. Paul's Church London, in the mid'st of our late sore visitation / by Rich. Kingston ...
Hubbert, Thomas. / [1650] Pilula ad expurgandam hypocrisin A pill to purge formality : wherein is discovered the sad and woful condition of all formal professors in religion : also the glory and excellency of those that walk in the power of godliness ... / by Tho. Hubbert, Esq.
[1680] Pilulae Antiscorbuticae. Pills against that epidemic disease the scurvy, with all its symptoms ...
[1680?] Pilulae Londinenses. or, the London pills, directed and prepared by a physician of many years standing in the College of Physicians in London, according to true rules of art, good for prevention, as well as the cure of all diseases, wherein purging is proper.
[1669] Pilulæ antipudendagriæ, or, Venus's refuge whereby every one may secretly cure and preserve themselves from all venereal evils, being a secret never before published : also, the plain and true discovery of the French disease ...
[in the yeare, 1641] The pimpes prerogative: exactly and compendiously deciphered in a dialogue between Pimp-Major Pig, and Ancient Whiskin, two most eminent men in that faculty, with their exultation at the downfall of Doctors Commons.
[1690?] The pin--makers case in opposition to Mr. Killigrew's monopolizing bill.
[printed in the yeare, 1643] The Pindar of Wakefield; or, a true narration of the unparalell'd victory obtained against the Popish army at the taking in of Wakefield in Yorkeshire, by the Lord Fairfaxe his forces, May 20. 1643 As it was sent in a letter from one in that army, to his friend here in London, not altering it from his native tone, more like Chaucers English, then ours here. Besides an advertisement of great concernment.
[1694] A Pindaric ode, sacred to the memory of the Most Reverend Father in God, Dr. William Sancroft once master of Emmanuel College in Cambridge, and late arch-bishop of Canterbury, who departed this life November 24th. 1693.
Barnes, Joshua, 1654-1712. / [1685] A pindarick congratulatory poem to the Right Honourable George, Lord Jeffreys, Baron of Wem and Lord High Chancellor of England, to the High and Mighty Monarch King James the II &c. by Joshua Barnes ...
[1691] A Pindarick ode on His Majesties return from the campaign, 1691.
J. H., Esq. / [1685] A Pindarick ode on the death of His Late Sacred Majesty King Charles II. of blessed memory. By J.H. Esq;.
Young gentleman. / [1695] A Pindarick ode on the death of the Queen by a young gentleman.
[1691] A Pindarick ode upon these inconstant and tragick times written in August, 1691, upon the news of the victory obtain'd by Their Majesties forces at Aghrim.
D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. / [1691] A Pindarick ode, on New-Year's-Day: perform'd by vocal and instrumental musick, before Their Sacred Majesties K. VVilliam and Q. Mary. Set by Dr. John Blow, and written by Thomas D'Urfey.
[1685] A pindarick ode, upon the death of His Late Sacred Majesty King Charles the Second
Maidwell, Lewis, 1650-1715. / [1680] A pindarick poem consecrated to the memory of his much honoured friend, William Fox Esquire. Who died of the fatal small pox April 12, 1680. In the 19th year of his age. Dedicated to his most afflicted parents the right honourable Sir Stephen Fox knight, one of the lords commissioners of the treasury, clerk of the green cloath, &c. and his most vertuous lady.
[1687] A Pindarick-poem upon His Most Sacred Majestie's late gracious indulgence, in granting a toleration, and liberty of conscience in matters of religion
D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. / [1692] A pindarick poem upon the fleet written by Mr. D'urfey.
Philanax. / [1692] A Pindarique ode by way of panegyrick, upon the glorious conquests of magnanimous K. William in the campagne of 92. Presented to him at his return.
Calle, Caleb. / [1688] A pindarique ode on the birth of the young Prince of Wales by Caleb Calle, Gent.
[1660] A pindarique ode on the murder of King Charles the First, January the 30th 1648
[1684] A Pindarique ode upon the late horrid and damnable Whiggish plot
[printed in the year 1679] A pindarique ode, describing the excellency of true virtue, with reflexions on the satyr against virtue
[1682] A pindarique ode, on their Royal Highnesses happy return from Scotland after his escape at sea
Parsons, John, Sir, 1656?-1704. / [1685] A Pindarique on the death of our late sovereign Charles II. of blessed memory by Sir John Parsons, Bart.
Williams, Nathaniel, d. 1679. / [1675] A pindariqve elegy on the most famous and learned physitian Dr. Willis
[1675?] The pining maid, or, A pattern for lovers giving a brief account of the unfortunate death of a young man living in Coventry, shopkeeper, who drowned himself for the love of a maid daughter to a captain of the said city, because she denyed her promise and would not yeild to be his wife and now she lives in a most sad condition and is very much troubled in her mind the poet having a hint of some of her grief composed these lines into meeter, according to her directions and so caused it to be printed for all young men and maids, to take example by the same. The tune is, alack for my love I must dye.
Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623. / [1699] A pious and Christian consideration of life and death and of all humane actions. Written originally in French by the famous Philip Morney Lord of Plessis. Translated into Latin by Arnoldus Freitagius. And now done into English by M. A. for the benefit of his countrymen.
Merke, Thomas, d. 1409. / [1642?] A pious and learned speech delivered in the High Court of Parliament, 1. H. 4. by Thomas Mercks then Bishop of Carlile.: Wherein hee gravely and judiciously declares his opinion concerning the question, what should be done with the deposed King Richard the Second.
[1684] A pious collection of severall profitable directions fitted for the English Poore Clares in graveling in order to the better observance of their institute. Very usefull and profitable for all religious women.
Leo, of S. Mary Magdalen. / [1693] Pious instructions, in meeter fitted to the weaker capacities.
Povey, Thomas, fl. 1633-1685. / [1643?] The pious life and death of Mr. Josiah Shute, who left us on the 22. day of June, 1643
M. M. / [1691] The pious mans directions Shewing how to walk with God all his days. By a well-wisher of The whole duty of man.
Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. / [1641] The pious mans practice in Parliament time. Or A seasonable and necessary tractate concerning the presages, and causes of a common-wealths ruine, and the wayes, and meanes to preserve a church, and state, in prosperity, plenty, purity, and peace. By R. Ward, utriusque regni in Artibus Magister; and preacher of Gods holy word at Stansteed Mount-Fitchet in Essex.
Jackson, Abraham, 1589-1646? / [1640] The pious prentice, or, The prentices piety Wherein is declared, how they that intend to be prentices, may 1. Rightly enter into that calling. 2. Faithfully abide in it. 3. Discreetly accomplish it. 4. And how they may be satisfied in conscience in such doubts as may arise upon some particular occasions and occurrences proper to that calling: by A.J.
Swift, Daniel. / [1643] A pious president to both kingdomes for a sacred covenant.: Being an abstractive exposition by way of paraphrase upon the tenth chapter of Nehemiah, the 28, and 29 verses / by Daniell Svvift, Minister of the gospell of Iesus Christ.
Barry, Paul de, 1587-1661. / [in the year, M.DCC. 1700] Pious remarkes upon the life of S. Joseph spouse of the B. Virgin Mary mother of our Lord Jesus Christ. Written originally in French by Rd. father Paul Barrie
Munning, Humphrey, d. 1624. / [1641] A pious sermon preached by that late painfull and profitable minister of Gods word Humph. Munning, Rectour of Bretenham in the Countie of Suffolk.
G. L. / [1700] The pious soul's daily exercise: or, A guide to eternal glory Being manna gathered out of the Holy Scriptures to refresh the true Chrisitan in his passage through this vale of tears to the heavenly Canaan. By G.L.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1695] Piscator evangelicus, or, The life of Mr. Thomas Hooker the renowned pastor of Hartford-Church, and pillar of Connecticut-Colony in New-England / essay'd by Cotton Mather.
Symonds, William, 1556-1616? / [1605] Pisgah euangelica. By the method of the Reuelation, presenting to publike view those Cananites ouer whom our Lord Iesus Christ and his holie Church shall triumph after seuerall battailes. That which is past is shewed in a briefe ecclesiasticall historie, containing most of the mutations which haue befallen the Church, from the yeere of our Lord 97, vnto the yeere 1603. as they haue been shewed vnto S. Iohn in Patmos, and recorded by such historiographers as are of least suspected faith. Gathered by William Symonds, sometimes fellow of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford.
Frith, John, 1503-1533. / [1529] A pistle to the Christen reader The revelation of Antichrist. Antithesis, wherin are compared to geder Christes actes and oure holye father the Popes.
Hinckley, John, 1617?-1695. / [1670] Pithanelogia, or, A perswasive to conformity by way of a letter to the dissenting brethren / by a country minister.
Marnix van St. Aldegonde, Philips van, 1538-1598. / [Anno D. 1583] A pithie, and most earnest exhortation, concerning the estate of Christiandome together with the meanes to preserue and defend the same; dedicated to al christian kings princes and potentates, with all other the estates of Christiandome: by a Germaine gentleman, a louer of his countrey.
Wentworth, Peter, ca. 1530-1596. / [1598] A pithie exhortation to her Maiestie for establishing her successor to the crowne. Whereunto is added a discourse containing the authors opinion of the true and lavvfull successor to her Maiestie. Both compiled by Peter Wentworth Esquire.
Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452-1498. / [1578] A pithie exposition vpon the. 51. Psalme intituled, Miserere mei deus, &c. Also a godly meditation, vpon the. 31. Psalme, intituled, In te Domine speraui. Written by Hierome of Ferrarie; and now newly augmented and amended, by Abraham Fleming.
Paynell, Thomas. / [1550] The piththy [sic] and moost notable sayinges of al scripture, gathered by Thomas Paynell: after the manner of common places, very necessary for al those that delite in the consolacions of the scriptures.
Knell, Thomas. / [1570] A piththy [sic] note to Papists all and some that ioy in Feltons martirdome: Desiring them to read this and to iudge not in spite at simple trust to grudge. Set foorth by one that knew his life, and was with him at the houre of his death, which was the viii. of August. Anno. 1570. at the west end of Paules Churche ouer against the Bishops gate, where he set vp the Bul.
[1648] A pitiful remonstrance; or just complaint made to all free-born true-hearted Englishmen, sensible of the kingdoms miserable slavery.: From all the poor afflicted and miserable, inslaved and immured prisoners for debt, contempts, and other trivial matters; ...
I. S., fl. 1564. / [Anno Domini 1564] The pitifull estate of the time present. A Christian consideration of the miseries of this time, with an exhortation to amendement of life: compiled by one zealous in the lawe of God, and set forth by publike autority, being perused and allowed by the same.