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Adam, Melchior, d. 1622. / [1643] The life and death of Dr. Martin Luther the passages whereof have bin taken out of his owne and other Godly and most learned, mens writings, who lived in his time.
Adams, Edward. / [1678] The young soldier's desire answered, or, A piece of military discipline wherein is shewed, distances, facings, doublings, counter-marches, and wheelings : with some firings both offensive and defensive against an enemy / by Edward Adams.
Adams, Edward. / [1664] A brief relation of the surprizing several English merchants goods by Dvtch men of warre their carrying them into Zealand and there condemning them for prize upon no other force or account but that they were English mens / by Edward Adams.
Adams, John, 1662-1720. / [1700] An essay concerning self-murther wherein is endeavour'd to prove that it is unlawful according to natural principles : with some considerations upon what is pretended from the said principles, by the author of a treatise intituled, Biathanatos, and others / by J. Adams ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1613] The white deuil, or The hypocrite vncased in a sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, March 7. 1612. By Thomas Adams ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1617] The souldiers honour Wherein by diuers inferences and gradations it is euinced, that the profession is iust, necessarie, and honourable: to be practised of some men, praised of all men. Together with a short admonition concerning munition, to this honour'd citie. Preached to the worthy companie of gentlemen, that exercise in the artillerie garden: and now on thier second request, published to further vse. By Tho. Adams.
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1616] The sacrifice of thankefulnesse A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, the third of December, being the first Aduentuall Sunday, anno 1615. By Tho. Adams. Whereunto are annexed fiue other of his sermons preached in London, and else-where; neuer before printed. ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1615] Mystical bedlam, or the vvorld of mad-men. By Tho: Adams
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1675] The main principles of Christian religion in a 107 short articles or aphorisms, generally receiv'd as being prov'd from scripture : now further cleared and confirm'd by the consonant doctrine recorded in the articles and homilies of the Church of England ... / by Tho. Adams ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1613] Heauen and earth reconcil'd A sermon preached at Saint Paules church in Bedford, October. 3. 1612. At the visitation of the right Wor. M. Eland, Archdeacon of Bedford. By Tho. Adams ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1619] The happines of the church, or, A description of those spirituall prerogatiues vvherewith Christ hath endowed her considered in some contemplations vpon part of the 12. chapter of the Hebrewes : together with certain other meditations and discourses vpon other portions of Holy Scriptures, the titles wherof immediately precede the booke : being the summe of diuerse sermons preached in S. Gregories London / by Thomas Adams ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1652] God's anger ; and, Man's comfort two sermons / preached and published by Tho. Adams.
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1612] The gallants burden A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the twentie nine of March, being the fift Sunday in Lent. 1612. By Tho. Adams ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1626] Fiue sermons preached vpon sundry especiall occasions Viz. 1 The sinners mourning habit: in Whitehall, March 29. being the first Tuesday after the departure of King Iames into blessednesse. 2 A visitation sermon: in Christs Church, at the trienniall visitation of the right reuerend father in God the lord bishop of London. 3 The holy choice: in the chappell by Guildhall, at the solemne election of the right honorable the lord maior of London. 4 The barren tree: at Pauls-Crosse, Octob. 26. 5 The temple: at Pauls-Crosse. August 5. By Tho: Adams.
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1615] Englands sicknes, comparatively conferred with Israels Diuided into two sermons, by Tho: Adams.
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1622] Eirenopolis: = the citie of peace Surueyed and commended to all Christians. By Tho. Adams.
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1616] A divine herball together with a forrest of thornes In five sermons. ... By Tho. Adams.
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1616] Diseases of the soule a discourse diuine, morall, and physicall. By Tho. Adams.
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1614] The deuills banket described in foure sermons [brace], 1. The banket propounded, begunne, 2. The second seruice, 3. The breaking vp of the feast, 4. The shot or reckoning, [and] The sinners passing-bell, together with Phisicke from heauen / published by Thomas Adams ...
Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. / [1615] The blacke devil or the apostate Together with the wolfe worrying the lambes. And the spiritual navigator, bound for the Holy Land. In three sermons. By Thomas Adams.
Adams, Thomas, Sir, 1586-1668. / [Printed in the first year of the Agitators raign, MDCXLVII. 1647] Plain dealing or a fair vvarning to the gentlemen of the Committee for Union : in a letter intended to Alderman Foulks, to be communicated unto them accordingly at Gurney House, or elsewhere. / Written by a friend to the Parliament, City and kingdom, and for their vindication, is now published to the world.
Adams, Thomas, Sir, 1586-1668. / [April 25. 1648] The humble petition of the worshipful Thomas Adams, John Langham, and James Bunce, aldermen of London, presented to the Lords at their bar on Tuesday April 25. 1648. Wherein is declared their firm resolution to stand for the defence of the established laws of the land. Also their protestation against the lords jurisdiction over them or any other commoners in criminal cases. With their appeal from the Lords to their proper and competent judges (a jury of their equals) and judges sworn to proceed according to the known law of England. Together with a salva libertate by them sent to the lieutenant of the Tower, April 23. 1648.
Adams, William, 1650-1685. / [1685] God's eye on the contrite, or, A discourse shewing that true poverty and contrition of spirit, and trembling at God's Word is the infallible and only way for the obtaining and retaining of divine acceptation as it was made in the audience of the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Colony at Boston in New England May 27, 1685, being the day of election there / by William Adams.
Adamson, Henry. / [1638] The muses threnodie, or, mirthfull mournings, on the death of Master Gall Containing varietie of pleasant poëticall descriptions, morall instructions, historiall narrations, and divine observations, with the most remarkable antiquities of Scotland, especially at Perth By Mr. H. Adamson.
Adamson, John. / [1698] The duty of daily frequenting the publick service of the church recommended in a sermon preached in a chapel at Wragby in Lincoln-shire erected to that purpose by Sir Edmound Turnor, Kt., and consecrated by the Lord Bishop of Lincoln the 18th day of July, 1697 / by John Adamson.
Adamson, Patrick, 1537-1592. / [1598] The recantation of Maister Patrik Adamsone, sometime archbishop of Saint-Androwes in Scotlande
Adamson, Patrick, 1537-1592. / [1585 i.e. 1588?] A declaratioun of the Kings Maiesties intentioun and meaning toward the lait actis of Parliament
Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719. / [1695] A poem to His Majesty, presented to the Lord Keeper by Mr. Addison, of Mag. Coll. Oxon.
Addison, Lancelot, 1632-1703. / [1671] West Barbary, or, A short narrative of the revolutions of the kingdoms of Fez and Morocco with an account of the present customs, sacred, civil, and domestick / by Lancelot Addison ...
Addison, Lancelot, 1632-1703. / [1675] The present state of the Jews (more particularly relating to those in Barbary) wherein is contained an exact account of their customs, secular and religious : to which is annexed a summary discourse of the Misna, Talmud, and Gemara / by L. Addison ...
Addison, Lancelot, 1632-1703. / [1681] The Moores baffled being a discourse concerning Tanger, especially when it was under the Earl of Teviot : by which you may find what methods and government is fittest to secure that place against the Moors : in a letter from a learned person (long resident in that place) at the desire of a person of quality.
Addison, Lancelot, 1632-1703. / [1679] The life and death of Mahumed, the author of the Turkish religion being an account of his tribe, parents, birth, name, education, marriages, filthiness of life, Alcoran, first proselytes, wars, doctrines, miracles, advancement, &c. / by L. Addison ... author of The present state of the Jews.
Adis, Henry. / [Printed in the seventh year of the authors oppression, being the 8th year of this Parliaments reformation: and in the year of our Lord, 1648] A spie, sent out of the Tower-chamber in the fleet. Diogenes-like Argus is sent to spie, the sequell tells you both by whom and why: if thous canst help him to his wished end, thou'lt prove the prisoners and thy kingdoms friend.
Adis, Henry. / [1664] A letter sent from Syrranam, to His Excellency, the Lord Willoughby of Parham, General of the Western Islands, and of the continent of Guianah, &c. then residing at the Barbados together, with the Lord Willoughby's answer thereunto : with a commendable description of that country / by Henry Adis.
Adis, Henry. / [1660] A fannaticks mite cast into the Kings treasury being a sermon printed to the King because not preach'd before the King / by Henry Adis.
Adis, Henry. / [1660] A fannaticks letter sent out of the dungeon of the gate-house prison of VVestminster: to all his brethren in the three nations at liberty; and also in the several goales and dungeons therein, that are under all the principles of the doctrines of Christ, Heb. 6. I, 2. 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.
Adis, Henry. / [1661] A fannaticks alarm, given to the mayor in his quarters, by one of the sons of Zion, become Boanerges to thunder out the judgements of God against oppression and oppressors, together with some flashings of pure gospel-lightnings, really intended for the enlightning the eyes of the understanding, even to the beholding of Him who is invisible / by Henry Adis ...
Adis, Henry. / [1661] A fannaticks addresse humbly presented to the King and his peers, and also to his people in their representative, the Commons House of Parliament ... discovering to them, the innocency of his actings in the midst of the late revolutions of governments in this nation ... / by Henry Adis ...
Adis, Henry. / [1659 i.e. 1660] A declaration of a small society of baptized believers, undergoing the name of Free-willers, about the city of London
Adrichem, Christiaan van, 1533-1585. / [1595] A briefe description of Hierusalem and of the suburbs therof, as it florished in the time of Christ Whereto is annexed a short commentarie concerning those places which were made famous by the Passion of Christ, and by the actes of holye men, confirmed by certeine principall histories of antiquity. Verie profitable for Christians to read, for the understanding of the Sacred Scriptures and Iosephus his Historie. Hereunto also is appertaining a liuely and beawtifull mappe of Hierusalem, with arithmeticall directions, correspondent to the numbers of this booke. Translated out of Latin into English by Thomas Tymme minister.
Adventurers. / [1630] A proposition of provisions needfull for such as intend to plant themselves in New England, for one whole yeare. Collected by the adventurers, with the advice of the planters
Ady, Thomas. / [1661] A perfect discovery of witches shewing the divine cause of the distractions of this kingdome, and also of the Christian world : very profitable to bee read by all sorts of people, especially judges of assizes, sheriffes, justices of the peace, and grand-jury-men, before they passe sentence on those that are condemned for witch-craft / by Thomas Ady.
Ady, Thomas. / [1655] A candle in the dark shewing the divine cause of the distractions of the whole nation of England and of the Christian world ... / by Thomas Ady ...