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Blackall, Offspring, 1654-1716. / [1699] Mr. Blackall's reasons for not replying to a book lately published entituled, Amyntor in a letter to a friend.
Blackborow, Sarah. / [1662] The oppressed prisoners complaint of their great oppression: with a loud call to Englands magistrates for the exercise of impartial justice, before the wrath of the lamb break forth. With a brief relation of the unparallel'd proceedings of the court, at the Old Baily, the fifth day of the fifth month, 1662.
Blackborow, Sarah. / [1659] Herein is held forth the gift and good-will of God to the world and how it is tendered.
Blackbourn, Richard. / [1688] Clitie a novel / written by Rich. Blackbourn, Gent.
Blackburne, Lancelot, 1658-1743. / [1694] The unreasonableness of anger a sermon preach'd before the Queen at White-hall, July 29, 1694 / by Lancelot Blackburne ...
Blackerby, Samuel, d. 1714. / [1689] An historical account of making the penal laws by the papists against the Protestants, and by the Protestants against the papists wherein the true ground and reason of making the laws is given, the papists most barbarous usuage [sic] of the Protestants here in England under a colour of law set forth, and the Reformation vindicated from the imputation of being cruel and bloody, unjustly cast upon it by those of the Romish Communion / by Samuel Blackerby ...
Blackmore, Richard, Sir, d. 1729. / [1699] A short history of the last Parliament
Blackmore, Richard, Sir, d. 1729. / [1700] A satyr against wit
Blackmore, Richard, Sir, d. 1729. / [1700] A paraphrase on the book of Job as likewise on the songs of Moses, Deborah, David, on four select psalms, some chapters of Isaiah, and the third chapter of Habakkuk / by Sir Richard Blackmore.
Blackmore, Richard, Sir, d. 1729. / [1695] Prince Arthur an heroick poem in ten books / by Richard Blackmore ...
Blackmore, Richard, Sir, d. 1729. / [printed in the year, MDCC. 1700] Discommendatory verses, on those which are truly commendatory, on the author of the two Arthurs, and the Satyr against wit.
Blackwell, Elidad. / [1645] A caveat for magistrates in a sermon, preached at Pauls before the Right Honorable Thomas Atkin, Esquire, Lord Major of the city of London, November the third, 1644, being the first day of his coming thither after his entrance upon his majoralty / by Elidad Blackwell ...
Blackwell, George, 1546 or 7-1613. / [1607] Mr. George Blackvvel, (made by Pope Clement 8. Arch-priest of England) his answeres vpon sundry his examinations together, with his approbation and taking of the Oath of allegeance: and his letter written to his assistants, and brethren, moouing them not onely to take the said Oath, but to aduise all Romish Catholikes so to doe.
Blackwell, George, 1546 or 7-1613. / [1607] A large examination taken at Lambeth, according to his Maiesties direction, point by point, of M. G. Blakwell, made Arch-priest of England, by Pope Clement 8 Vpon occasion of a certaine answere of his, without the priuitie of the state, to a letter lately sent vnto him from Cardinall Bellarmine, blaming him for taking the oath of Allegeance. Together with the Cardinals letter, and M. Blakwels said answere vnto it. Also M. Blakwels letter to the Romish Catholickes in England, aswell ecclesiasticall, as lay.
Blackwell, John, fl. 1695. / [1695] An essay towards carrying on the present war against France and other publick occasions as also for paying off all debts contracted in the same, or otherwise : and new-coyning of all our moneys, without charge to the great encrease of the honour, strength and wealth of the nation : humbly propos'd, for the Parliament's consideration and submitted to their great wisdom and love to their country, etc. / by John Blackwell ...
Blackwood, Adam, 1539-1613. / [1587] Martyre de la Royne d'Escosse, douariere de France Contenant le vray disours des traïsons à elle faictes à la suscitation d'Elizabet Angloise, par lequel les mensonges, calomnies & faulses accusations dressees contre ceste tresuertueuse, trescatholique & tresillustre princesse sont esclarcies & son innocence aueree.
Blagrave, John, d. 1611. / [1596] Noua orbis terrarum descriptio opti[c]e proiecta secundu[m]q[ue] peritissimos Anglie geographos multis ni [sic] locis castigatissima et preceteris ipsiq[ue] globo nauigationi faciliter applcanda [sic] per Ioannem Blagrauum gen[er]osum Readingensem mathesibus beneuolentem Beniamin Wright Anglus Londinensis cælator anno Domini 1596
Blagrave, John, d. 1611. / [1590] Baculum familliare, catholicon siue generale A booke of the making and vse of a staffe, newly inuented by the author, called the familiar staffe. As well for that it may be made vsually and familiarlie to walke with, as for that it performeth the geometrical mensurations of all altituded, longitudes, latitudes, distances and profundities: as many myles of, as the eye may well see and discerne: most speedily, exactly and familiarly without any maner of arithmeticall calculation, easily to be learned and practised, euen by the vnlettered. Newlie compiled, and at this time published for the speciall helpe of shooting in great ordinance, and other millitarie seruices, and may as well be imployed by the ingenious, for measuring of land, and to a number of other good purposes, both geometricall and astronomicall: by Iohn Blagraue ...
Blagrave, John, d. 1611. / [1597?] An apollogie confirmation explanation and addition to the Vranicall astrolabe by the author.
Blagrave, Jonathan, 1652-1698. / [1693] The nature and mischief of envy a sermon preach'd before the Queen, Aug. 20, 1693 / by Jonathan Blagrave ...
Blagrave, Joseph, 1610-1682. / [1675] New additions to the art of husbandry comprizing a new way of enriching meadows, destroying of moles, making tulips of any colour : with an approved way for ordering of fish and fish-ponds ... with directions for breeding and ordering all sorts of singing-birds : with remedies for their several maladies not before publickly made known.
Blagrave, Joseph, 1610-1682. / [1669] The epitome of the whole art of husbandry comprising all necessary directions for the improvement of it ... : together with the gentlemans heroick exercise, discoursing of horses, their nature and use ... : to which is annexed by way of appendix, a new method of planting fruit trees and improving of an orchard / by J.B. Gent.
Blagrave, Joseph, 1610-1682. / [1671] Blagraves astrological practice of physick discovering the true way to cure all kinds of diseases and infirmities ... being performed by such herbs and plants which grow within our own nation ... : also a discovery of some notable phylosophical secrets worthy our knowledge, relating to a discovery of all kinds of evils, whether natural or ... from sorcery or witchcraft, or by being possessed of an evil spirit, directing how to cast forth the said evil spirit out of any one which is possessed, with sundry examples thereof / by Joseph Blagrave of Reading, Gent. ...
Blague, Thomas, d. 1611. / [1603] A sermon preached at the Charterhouse before the Kings Maiestie, on Tuesday, the tenth of May. 1603. By D. Blague, Deane of Rochester, the Kings chaplaine.
Blair, Bryce. / [1671] The vision of Theodorus Verax by Bryce Blair.
Blair, Hugh. / [1661] Gods soveraignity, His Sacred Majesties supremacy, the subjects duty asserted in a sermon, preached before His Majesties high commissioner, and the honourable Parliament of the kingdom of Scotland, at Edinburgh, the 31. of March, 1661 / by Mr. Hugh Blair ...
Blake, Charles, 1664-1730. / [1694] Lusus amatorius, sive, Musæi poema de Herone & Leandro e Græcâ in Latinam linguam translatum : cui aliæ (tres scilicèt) accedunt nugæ poëticæ / authore C.B. è Coll. Di. Jo. Bapt. Soc.
Blake, Martin, 1594 or 5-1673. / [1661] An earnest plea for peace and moderation in a sermon preached at Barnstaple in Devon, to the ministers and others occasionally there assembled, Octob. 17, 1660 / by Martin Blake.
Blake, Robert, 1599-1657. / [1653] A true relation of the late great sea fight as it was sent in a letter to his excellency the Lord General Cromvvell, from Gen. Blake and Gen. Monck. Wherein is a list of what Dutch ships were taken and sunk, with the number of prisoners. Likewise the number of what men were slain and wounded on our side.
Blake, Stephen, Gardener. / [1664] The compleat gardeners practice, directing the exact way of gardening in three parts : the garden of pleasure, physical garden, kitchin garden : how they are to be ordered for their best situation and improvement, with variety of artificial knots for the by Stephen Blake, gardener.
Blake, Thomas, 1597?-1657. / [1658] Vindiciæ foederis, or, A treatise of the covenant of God enterd with man-kinde in the several kindes and degrees of it, in which the agreement and respective differences of the covenant of works and the covenant of grace, of the old and new covenant are discust ... / [by] Thomas Blake ... ; whereunto is annexed a sermon preached at his funeral by Mr. Anthony Burgesse, and a funeral oration made at his death by Mr. Samuel Shaw.
Blake, William, prisoner in "Exon Jayle" / [Anno Dom. 1653] The condemned mans reprieve, or Gods love-tokens, flowing in upon the heart of William Blake, a pentient sinner, giving him assurance of the pardon of his sins, and the enjoyment of eternall happinesse, through the merits of Christ his saviour. Recommended by him (being a condemned prisoner for man-slaughter within the statute) unto his sister, and bequeathed unto her as a legacy.
Blanch, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1696] The naked truth, in an essay upon trade with some proposals for bringing the ballance on our side : humbly offered to the Parliament.
Blanch, John, b. 1649 or 50. / [1694] An abstract of the grievances of trade which oppress our poor humbly offered to the Parliament.
Bland, Edward, d. 1653. / [1651] The discovery of Nevv Brittaine began August 27, Anno Dom. 1650 / by Edward Bland, merchant, Abraham Woode, captaine, Sackford Brewster, Elias Pennant, gentlemen from Fort Henry, at the head of Appamattuck River in Virginia, to the fals of Blandina, first river in New Brittaine, which runneth west, being 120. mile south-west, between 35. & 37. degrees (a pleasant country) of temperate ayre and fertile soyle.
Bland, Francis. / [1647] The souldiers march to salvation wherein is shewn the lawfulness of voluntary serving upon the assured knowledge of a just cause, how it is lawful and necessary for prest souldiers to obey authority in case of doubting ...
Bland, John. / [1659] Trade revived, or, A way proposed to restore, increase, inrich, strengthen and preserve the decayed and even dying trade of this our English nation, in its manufactories, coin, shiping and revenue whereby taxes may be lessened if not totally taken away, to the great content of the people : as also a way shewed how the duty of excise may be regulated for the ease and incouragement of this nations commerce, both for the outward exportation and inward consumption of all sorts of commodities : and likewise, certain ways propounded for the raising of considerable sums of money to maintain the charges of the government,without prejudice of the people, as also for the payment of all the souldiers just arrears, and the peoples just publique faith debts / set forth by a wel-wisher to the nation and its prosperity ...
Bland, John. / [1661] To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble remonstrance of John Blande of London, merchant, on the behalf of the inhabitants and planters in Virginia and Mariland.
Bland, Peter, of Gray's Inne. / [1642] A royall position, whereby 'tis proved, that 'tis against the common laws of England to depose a king: or, An addition to a book, intituled, Resolved upon the question: or, A question resolved concerning the right which the King hath to Hull, or any other fort of place of strength for the defence of the kingdom. By Peter Bland of Grays-Inne, Gent
Bland, Peter, of Gray's Inne. / [1643] An argvment of ivstification of the five members accused by His Majesty vvherin is proved that the raising of this present army by authority of Parliament, is not treason : by which it likewise appeareth, that never any king of England received losse or damage by any Parliament, from the first that ever was called to this present Parliament / by Peter Bland of Grays-Inne, Gent.
Bland, Tobias, 1563?-1604. / [1639] A bait for Momus a sermon preached long since in the towne of Bedford / by Tobias Bland.
Blandie, William. / [1581] The castle, or picture of pollicy shewing forth most liuely, the face, body and partes of a commonwealth, the duety quality, profession of a perfect and absolute souldiar, the martiall feates encounters and skirmishes lately done by our English nation, vnder the conduct of the most noble and famous Gentleman M. Iohn Noris Generall of the Army of the states in Friseland. The names of many worthy and famous gentlemen which liue and haue this present yeare. 1580. ended theyr liues in that land most honorably. Handled in manner of a dialogue betwixt Gefferay Gate, and William Blandy, souldiars. Anno 1581.
Blaugdone, Barbara, 1608 or 9-1704. / [1691] An account of the travels, sufferings and persecutions of Barbara Blaugdone Given forth as a testimony to the Lord's power, and for the encouragement of Friends.
Blaxton, John. / [1642] A remonstrance against the non-residents of Great Brittaine, or, Non-residency condemned by Scripture, by strength of arguments, by fathers, councels, canon-law, by the iudgement of reverend and learned divines
Blenerhasset, Thomas. / [anno Domini. 1578] The seconde part of the Mirrour for magistrates conteining the falles of the infortunate princes of this lande, from the conquest of Cæsar, vnto the commyng of Duke William the Conquerour.
Blenerhasset, Thomas. / [1610] A direction for the plantation in Vlster Contayning in it, sixe principall thinges, viz. 1. The securing of that wilde contrye to the crowne of England. 2. The withdrawing of all the charge of the garrison and men of warre. 3. The rewarding of the old seruitors to their good content. 4. The means how to increase the reuenue to the Crowne, with a yearely very great summe. 5. How to establish the puritie of religion there. 6. And how the vndertakers may with securitie be inriched.
Blégny, Monsieur de (Nicolas), 1652-1722. / [1676] New and curious observations on the art of curing the veneral disease and the accidents that it produces in all its degrees explicatd by natural and mechanical principles with the motions, actions, and effects of mercury and its other remedies : wherein are discovered on the same subject the errours of some authors ... / written in French by Monsieur de Blegny ; Englished by Walter Harris.
Blégny, Monsieur de (Nicolas), 1652-1722. / [1680] A true history of a child anatomized, which remained twenty five years in his mothers belly with all those reflections which the phænomena of the same may explain : very serviceable and useful for all, especially physicians, chirurgeons, and midwives / by Nicolas de Blegny ... ; translated according to the approved and priviledged copy of Paris ; with copper plates.
Blith, Walter, fl. 1649. / [1653] The English improver improved, or, The svrvey of hvsbandry svrveyed discovering the improueableness of all lands some to be under a double and treble, others under a five or six fould, and many under a tenn fould, yea, some under a twenty fould improvement / by Walter Blith ... ; all clearely demonstrated from principles of reason, ingenuity, and late but most real experiences and held forth at an inconsiderable charge to the profits accrewing thereby, under six peeces of improvement ...
Blochwitz, Martin. / [1677] Anatomia sambuci, or, The anatomy of the elder cutting out of it plain, approved, and specific remedies for most and chiefest maladies : confirmed and cleared by reason, experience, and history / collected in Latine by Dr. Martin Blochwich ...
Blome, Richard, d. 1705. / [1671] There is now in the press, a geographical discription of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the isles thereto belonging: which in a compendious method treateth of such things that are most necessary to be known, and as yet hath not been treated of by any author ...
Blome, Richard, d. 1705. / [1671] There is now in the press, a geographic description of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the isles thereto belonging which in a compendious method treateth of such things that are most necessary to be known, and as yet hath not been treated of by any author.
Blome, Richard, d. 1705. / [1686] The gentlemans recreation in two parts : the first being an encyclopedy of the arts and sciences ... the second part treats of horsmanship, hawking, hunting, fowling, fishing, and agriculture : with a short treatise of cock-fighting ... : all which are collected from the most authentick authors, and the many gross errors therein corrected, with great enlargements ... : and for the better explanation thereof, great variety of useful sculptures, as nets, traps, engines, &c. are added for the taking of beasts, fowl and fish : not hitherto published by any : the whole illustrated with about an hundred ornamental and useful sculptures engraven in copper, relating to the several subjects.
Blondel, David, 1591-1655. / [MDCLXI 1661] A treatise of the sibyls so highly celebrated, as well by the antient heathens, as the holy fathers of the church : giving an accompt of the names, and number of the sibyls, of their qualities, the form and matter of their verses : as also of the books now extant under their names, and the errours crept into Christian religion, from the impostures contained therein, particularly, concerning the state of the just, and unjust after death / written originally by David Blondel ; Englished by J.D.
Blondel, François, 1618-1686. / [1696] The comparison of Pindar and Horace written in French by Monsieur Blondel ... ; English'd by Sir Edward Sherburn.
Blood, Thomas, 1618?-1680. / [1680] The narrative of Col. Tho. Blood concerning the design reported to be lately laid against the life and honour of His Grace George, Duke of Buckingham wherein Colonel Blood is charged to have conspired with Maurice Hickey, Philip le Mar, and several others, to suborn the testimony of Samuel Ryther and Philemon Coddan to swear buggery against the said duke : together with a copy of the information exhibited in the Crown-office against the said Colonel Blood, Hickey, Le Mar, and the rest.
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1683] Religio laici written in a letter to John Dryden, Esq.
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1693] The oracles of reason ... in several letters to Mr. Hobbs and other persons of eminent quality and learning / by Char. Blount, Esq., Mr. Gildon and others.
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1673] Mr. Dreyden vindicated in a reply to The friendly vindication of Mr. Dreyden : with reflections on the Rota.
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1683] Miracles, no violations of the lavvs of nature
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1693] King William and Queen Mary, conquerors, or, A discourse endeavouring to prove that Their Majesties have on their side, against the late king, the principal reasons that make conquest a good title shewing also how this is consistent with that declaration of Parliament, King James abdicated the government, &c. : written with an especial regard to such as have hitherto refused the oath, and yet incline to allow of the title of conquest, when consequent to a just war.
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1679] A just vindication of learning, or, An humble address to the high court of Parliament in behalf of the liberty of the press by Philopatris.
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1680] Great is Diana of the Ephesians, or, The original of idolatry together with the politick institution of the gentiles sacrifices.
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1679] An appeal from the country to the city, for the preservation of His Majesties person, liberty, property, and the Protestant religion
Blount, Charles, 1654-1693. / [1679] Anima mundi, or, An historical narration of the opinions of the ancients concerning man's soul after this life according to unenlight[e]ned nature / by Charles Blount, Gent.
Blount, Thomas Pope, Sir, 1649-1697. / [1693] A natural history containing many not common observations extracted out of the best modern writers / by Sir Thomas Pope Blount, Baronet.
Blount, Thomas Pope, Sir, 1649-1697. / [MDCXCII 1692] Essays on several subjects written by Sir Tho. Pope Blount.
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1673] A world of errors discovered in The new world of words, or, General English dictionary, and in Nomothetes, or, The interpreter of law-words and terms by Tho. Blount ... Esq.
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1670] The resolutions of the judges upon the several statutes of bankrupts as also, the like resolutions upon 13 Eliz. and 27 Eliz. touching fraudulent conveyances / by T.B., Esq.
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1670] Nomo-lexikon, a law-dictionary interpreting such difficult and obscure words and terms as are found either in our common or statute, ancient or modern lawes : with references to the several statutes, records, registers, law-books, charters, ancient deeds, and manuscripts, wherein the words are used : and etymologies, where they properly occur / by Thomas Blount of the Inner Temple, Esq.
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1661] Glossographia, or, A dictionary interpreting all such hard words of whatsoever language now used in our refined English tongue with etymologies, definitions and historical observations on the same : also the terms of divinity, law, physick, mathematicks and other arts and sciences explicated / by T.B.
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1679] Fragmenta antiquitatis, antient tenures of land, and jocular customs of some mannors made publick for the diversion of some, and instruction of others / by T.B. of the Inner-Temple, Esquire.
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1660] Boscobel, or, The history of His Sacred Majesties most miraculous preservation after the battle of Worcester, 3 Sept. 1651
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1672] Animadversions upon Sr. Richard Baker's Chronicle, and its continuation wherein many errors are discover'd, and some truths advanced / by T.B., Esq.
Blount, Thomas, 1618-1679. / [1654] The academie of eloquence containing a compleat English rhetorique, exemplified with common-places and formes digested into an easie and methodical way to speak and write fluently according to the mode of the present times : together with letters both amorous and moral upon emergent occasions / by Tho. Blount, Gent.
Blow, John, d. 1708. / [1695] Three elegies upon the much lamented loss of our late most gracious Queen Mary the words of the two first by Mr. Herbert, the latter out of the Oxford verse ; and sett to musick by Dr. Blow and Mr. Henry Purcell.
Blow, John, d. 1708. / [1696] An ode on the death of Mr. Henry Purcell ... the words by Mr. Dryden ; and sett to musick by Dr. Blow.
Bloy, Nicholas. / [1620] The seuerall engines that Nicholas Bloy, enginer, professeth, be nyne in number, these as followeth
Blundell, Nicholas, 1640-1680. / [printed 23th of June, 1679] Blundel, the Jesuit's letter of intelligence to his friends the Jesuites at Cambray, taken about him when he was apprehended at Lambeth on Monday the 23th of June 1679 to Madam Katherine Hall in Cambray.
Blunden, William. / [1636?] Hang pinching, or The good fellowes observation, mongst a ioviall crew, of them that hate flinching, but is alwayes true blew To the tune of Drive the cold winter away.
Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561. / [1574] The true order and methode of wryting and reading hystories according to the precepts of Francisco Patricio, and Accontio Tridentino, two Italian writers, no lesse plainly than briefly, set forth in our vulgar speach, to the great profite and commoditye of all those that delight in hystories. By Thomas Blundeuill of Newton Flotman in Norfolke. Anno. 1574.
Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561. / [1602] The theoriques of the seuen planets shewing all their diuerse motions, and all other accidents, called passions, thereunto belonging. Now more plainly set forth in our mother tongue by M. Blundeuile, than euer they haue been heretofore in any other tongue whatsoeuer, and that with such pleasant demonstratiue figures, as euery man that hath any skill in arithmeticke, may easily vnderstand the same. ... VVhereunto is added by the said Master Blundeuile, a breefe extract by him made, of Maginus his Theoriques, for the better vnderstanding of the Prutenicall tables, to calculate thereby the diuerse motions of the seuen planets. There is also hereto added, The making, description, and vse, of two most ingenious and necessarie instruments for sea-men ... First inuented by M. Doctor Gilbert ... and now here plainely set downe in our mother tongue by Master Blundeuile.
Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561. / [1594] M. Blundevile his exercises containing sixe treatises, the titles wherof are set down in the next printed page: which treatises are verie necessarie to be read and learned of all yoong gentlemen that haue not bene exercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to haue knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie, and geographie, as also in the arte of navigation ... To the furtherance of which arte of navigation, the said M. Blundevile speciallie wrote the said treatises and of meere good will doth dedicate the same to all the young gentlemen of this realme.
Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561. / [1566] The fower chiefyst offices belongyng to horsemanshippe that is to saye. The office of the breeder, of the rider, of the keper, and of the ferrer. In the firste parte wherof is declared the order of breding of horses. In the seconde howe to breake them, and to make theym horses of seruyce, conteyninge the whole art of ridynge lately set forth, and nowe newly corrected and amended of manye faultes escaped in the fyrste printynge, as well touchyng the bittes as other wyse. Thirdely howe to dyet them, aswell when they reste as when they trauell by the way. Fourthly to what diseases they be subiecte, together with the causes of such diseases, the sygnes howe to knowe them, and finally howe to cure the same. Whyche bookes are not onely paynfully collected out of a nomber of aucthours, but also orderly dysposed and applyed to the vse of thys oure cou[n]trey. By Tho. Blundeuill of Newton Flotman in Norff.
Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561. / [Anno. 1589] A briefe description of vniuersal mappes and cardes, and of their vse and also the vse of Ptholemey his tables. Necessarie for those that delight in reading of histories: and also for traueilers by land or sea. Newly set foorth by Thomas Blundeville, of Newton Flotman in the countie of Norffolke. Gent.
Blundeville, Thomas, fl. 1561. / [1617] The arte of logick Plainely taught in the English tongue, according to the best approued authors. Very necessary for all students in any profession, how to defend any argument against all subtill sophisters, and cauelling schismatikes, and how to confute their false syllogismes, and captious arguments. By M. Blundevile.
Blunt, Leonard. / [1661] Asse upon asse being a collection of several pamphlets written for and against the author of The asses complaint against Balaam, or, The cry of the country against ignorant and scandalous ministers : together with some choice observations upon them all / by Leonard Blunt ...
Blunten, William. / [not before 1672] The faithful lovers of the West ... to the tune of, As I walkt forth to take the air / by William Blunten.
Blunten, William. / [between 1680-1685] The [f]aithful lovers of the West. Come joyn with me all you that love, and faithful to each other prove: Example take by this my song, all you that stand within this throng. To the tune of, As I walkt forth to take the air. / By William Blundun.