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Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551. / [1644] The Ivdgement of Martin Bucer concerning divorce written to Edward the sixt, in his second book of the Kingdom of Christ, and now Englisht : wherein a late book restoring the doctrine and discipline of divorce is heer confirm'd and justify'd by the authoritie of Martin Bucer to the Parlament of England.
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551. / [1549] The gratulation of the mooste famous clerke M. Martin Bucer a man of no lesse learninge and lyterature, then godlye studie and example of lyuing, vnto the churche of Englande for the restitucion of Christes religion. And hys answere vnto the two raylinge epistles of Steue[n], Bisshoppe of Winchester, concerninge the vnmaried state of preestes and cloysterars, wherein is euidently declared, that it is against the lawes of God, and of his churche to require of all suche as be and must be admitted to preesthood, to refrain from holye matrimonie. Translated out of Latin in to Englishe.
Buchanan, David, 1595?-1652? / [1645] A short and true relation of some main passages of things (wherein the Scots are particularly concerned (from the very first beginning of these unhappy troubles to this day
Buchanan, David, 1595?-1652? / [1645] An explanation of some truths, of the carriage of things about this great work
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1642] Tyrannicall-government anatomized, or, A discovrse concerning evil-councellors being the life and death of John the Baptist : and presented to the Kings most excellent Majesty by the Author.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1690] The history of Scotland written in Latin by George Buchanan ; faithfully rendered into English.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1689] A detection of the actions of Mary Queen of Scots concerning the murther of her husband, and her conspiracy, adultery, and pretended marriage with the Earl Bothwell and a defence of the true Lords, maintainers of the King's Majesties action and authority / written in Latin by G. Buchanan ; translated into Scotch and now made English.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1571] De Maria Scotorum Regina totáque eius contra Regem coniuratione, fœdo cum Bothuelio adulterio, nefaria in maritum crudelitate & rabie, horrendo insuper & deterrimo eiusdem parricidio: plena & tragica planè historia.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1595?] De prosodia libellus. Authore G. Buchanano
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1680] De jure regni apud Scotos, or, A dialogue, concerning the due priviledge of government in the kingdom of Scotland, betwixt George Buchanan and Thomas Maitland by the said George Buchanan ; and translated out of the original Latine into English by Philalethes.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [M. D. LXXVII. 1577] Baptistes, siue calumnia tragoedia, auctore Georgio Buchanano Scoto.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [1571] Ane detectioun of the duinges of Marie Quene of Scottes thouchand the murder of hir husband, and hir conspiracie, adulterie, and pretensed mariage with the Erle Bothwell. And ane defence of the trew Lordis, mainteineris of the Kingis graces actioun and authoritie. Translatit out of the Latine quhilke was written by G.B.
Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. / [Anno Do. M.D.LXXI. 1571] Ane admonition direct to the trew Lordis mantenaris of the Kingis graces authoritie. M.G.B.
Buck, George, Sir, d. 1623. / [1647] The history and life and reigne of Richard the Third composed in five bookes by Geo. Buck.
Buck, George, Sir, d. 1623. / [1605] Daphnis polystephanos An eclog treating of crownes, and of garlandes, and to whom of right they appertaine. Addressed, and consecrated to the Kings Maiestie. By G.B. Knight.
Buckeridge, John, 1562?-1631. / [1606] A sermon preached at Hampton Court before the Kings Maiestie, on Tuesday the 23. of September, anno 1606. By Iohn Buckeridge, D. of Diuinitie
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1592-1628. / [1627] A manifestation or remonstrance. Of the most honorable the Duke of Buckingham; generall of the armie of the most gracious King of great Britaine containing a declaration of his Maiesties intention for this present arming. Translated out of the originall French copie. Published with authority.
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1592-1628. / [1628] Aprill 4. The proceeding of the Parliament being this day related to the King, by the councellors of the Commons House of Parliament.
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1685] A short discourse upon the reasonableness of men's having a religion, or worship of God by His Grace, George, Duke of Buckingham.
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1672] The rehearsal
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1689] A prophetick lampoon, made anno 1659. By his grace George Duke of Buckingham: relating to what would happen to the government under King Charles II. To the tune which no body can deny
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1681] Poetical reflections on a late poem entituled Absalom and Achitophel by a person of honour.
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1672] A letter to Sir Thomas Osborn, one of His Majesties Privy Council upon the reading of a book called The present interest of England stated.
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1689] His Grace the Duke of Buckingham's speech for liberty of conscience in M.DC.LXXII
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1680?] An epitaph upon Thomas, late Lord Fairfax written by a person of honour.
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1677] The Duke of Buckingham's speech, spoken in the House of Lords, Feb. 15th, 1676, proving that the Parliament is dissolved
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1668] The Duke of Buckingham's speech in a late conference
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [1685] The Duke of Buckingham His Grace's letter to the unknown author of a paper, entituled, A short answer to his Grace the Duke of Buckingham's paper concerning religion, toleration and liberty of conscience
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of, 1628-1687. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] The declaration of the Right Honourable the Duke of Buckingham, and the Earles of Holland, and Peterborough, and other lords and gentlemen now associated for the King and Parliament, the religion, lawes, and peace of His Majesties kingdomes. With three letters (delivered July the 6.) one to the House of Peers; another to the House of Commons: and the third to the Ld. Major, aldermen, and commons of the City, in Common-councell, assembled.
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1648-1720 or 21. / [1689] A true copy of a letter from the Right Honourable the Earl of Mulgrave, to Doctor Tillotson, Dean of Canterbury
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1648-1720 or 21. / [1680] An essay upon satyr, or, A poem on the times under the names of the golden age, the silver age, the brazen age, and the iron age : to which is added, A satyr against Separatists.
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1648-1720 or 21. / [1682] An essay upon poetry
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1648-1720 or 21. / [MDCXCVII. 1697] An essay on poetry; written by the Marquis of Normanby, and the same render'd into Latin by another hand. With several other poems, viz. An epistle to the Lord Chamberlain, on His Majesty's victory in Ireland; by the honourable Mr. Montague. An epistle to the honourable Mr. Montague, on His Majesty's voyage to Holland; by Mr. Stepny. An epistle to Monsieur Boileau; by Mr. Arwaker. A poem on the promotion of several eminent persons in church and state; by Mr. Tate. To which are added the following poems, never before in print, viz. An ode in memory of the late Queen; by a person of quality. A poem on the late horrid conspiracy; by Mr. Stepny
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1648-1720 or 21. / [1696] The character of Charles II, King of England, with a short account of his being poyson'd / written by a person of honour ; with an introduction exhibiting the different characters given him by the several different parties of Roman Catholicks, churchmen, and dissenters, &c., by another hand.
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [1658] Salus populi, or, A nations happinesse a sermon preached at the assises holden at Winchester, Iuly 22, 1658 / by Edward Buckler.
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [1646] Midnights meditations of death: with pious and profitable observations, and consolations : perused by Francis Quarles a little before his death. / Published by E.B.
Buckler, Edward, 1610-1706. / [1640] A buckler against the fear of death; or, Pious and profitable observations, meditations, and consolations: by E.B.
Buckley, Francis, Gent. / [1660] A true relation of the proceedings, examination, tryal, and horrid murder of Col. Eusebius Andrewe by John Bradshaw, President of the pretended High Court of Justice, and others of the same court published by Francis Buckley ...
Buckley, Richard, Sir. / [1690] The proposal for sending back the nobility and gentry of Ireland together with a vindication of the same, and an answer to the objections made against it in a letter to a gentleman of Ireland.
Buckminster, Thomas, ca. 1531-1599? / [1582] A prognostication made for the yeere of our Lord God M.D.LXXXII. Conteyning meete matter for such a worke: gathered out of learned authors, and set downe to profite such as lacke the knowledge thereof. by Thomas Buckmaster
Buckminster, Thomas, ca. 1531-1599? / [1595] Buckminster 1595 an almanacke and prognostication for the yeare of Christes incarnation, one thousand, fiue hundred, fourscore, and fifteene, and the thirde after the leape yeere, and the yeere of the worldes creation 5557 : seruing generally for all Englande, but especially for the meridian of this honorable citie of London / gathered and made by Thomas Buckminster.
Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. / [1692] A testimony and caution to such as do make a profession of truth who are in scorn called Quakers and more especially such who profess to be ministers of the gospel of peace, that they should not be concerned in worldly government.
Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. / [1692] A just rebuke to several calumnies, lyes & slanders reported against Thomas Budd
Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. / [Printed in the year 1685] Good order established in Pennsilvania & New-Jersey in America being a true account of the country; with its produce and commodities there made. And the great improvements that may be made by means of publick store-houses for hemp, flax and linnen-cloth; also, the advantages of a publick school, the profits of a publick-bank, and the probability of its arising, if those directions here laid down are followed. With the advantages of publick granaries. ... By Thomas Budd.
Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. / [1692] An expostulation with Thomas Lloyd, Samuell Jenings, and the rest of the twenty eight unjust judges and signers of the paper of condemnation against George Keith and the rest of his Friends, and complaint for a publick hearing and tryal before all impartial people
Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699. / [1692] A brief answer to two papers procured from Friends in Maryland the one concerning Thomas Budds favouring John Lynam &c., the other concerning his owning George Keith's principles and doctrines.
Buddle, George, b. ca. 1568. / [1609] A short and plaine discourse Fully containing the vvhole doctrine of euangelicall fastes. By George Buddle, Bachelour of Diuinitie, and parson of Whikkenby in Lincolne-shire.
Buerdsell, James, 1669 or 70-1700. / [1700] Discourses and essays on several subjects, relating chiefly to the controversies of these times, especially with the Socinians, deists, enthusiasts, and scepticks by Ja. Buerdsell ...
Bufford, Samuel. / [1696] A discourse against unequal marriages viz, against old persons marrying with young, against persons marrying without the parents or friends consent, against persons marrying without their own consent.
Bugenhagen, Johann, 1485-1558. / [1536] A compe[n]dious letter which Jhon Pomerane curate of the congregation at Wittenberge sent to the faythfull christen congregation in Englande
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1700] William Penn, the pretended Quaker discovered to hold a correspondence with the Jesuite's at Rome to which is added A winding sheet for Ann Docwra / by Francis Bugg.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1694] New Rome arraigned And out of her own mouth condemned. Containing a farther discovery of the dangerous errors, and pernicious principles of the leaders and teachers of the Foxonian Quakers: which tend to overthrow the Christian faith, to obstruct the Jews conversion, to encourage Mahumetism, and to pervert the right way of the Lord; which whether so or no, deserves the examination and consideration of the Christian ministry of all Protestant Churches, as they tender God's glory, and the good of souls. To which is added, Ten articles of the Christian faith, wrote by Geo. Keith, who was persecuted by the Quakers in Pensilvania for his Christian testimony. The second edition, with some alteration and additions, by Francis Bugg. Licensed, June 18th. 1694.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [1696] A brief reply to two papers given into the House of Lords since my book was given in the one call'd The Christian faith, &c. signed by G. Whitehead and 17 more, the other stil'd The Ancient testimony, &c. not signed at all : in the first to the Lords the Quakers declare. That they believe in and confess to Jesus Christ ...
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724? / [Printed Anno, 1697] A brief history of the rise, growth, and progress of Quakerism setting forth that the principles and practices of the Quakers are antichristian, antiscriptural, antimagistratical, blasphemous, and idolatrous from plain matter of fact, out of their most approved authors, &c. ... / by Francis Bugg, Senior.
Bulkeley, Gershom, 1636-1713. / [Anno Domini, 1694] Some seasonable considerations for the good people of Connecticut
Bulkeley, Gershom, 1636-1713. / [1689] The people's right to election, or, Alteration of goverment [sic] in Connecticut argued in a letter / by Gershom Bulkeley ...; together with a letter to the said Bulkeley from a friend of his in the Bay ; to which is added, The writing delivered to James Russell of Charlestown Esq. warning him and others concerned not to meet to hold a court at Cambridge within the county of Middlesex by Thomas Greaves ... ; and also his answer to Mr. Broadstreete and the gentlemen mett at the Town-house in Boston concerning the same.
Bulkeley, Lancelot, 1568?-1650. / [28 of February, 1642] [A prayer ordered to be used by the Earle of Ormonde, Feb. 28th]
Bulkeley, Lancelot, 1568?-1650. / [1642] O Lord of hosts, almighty and eternall God, whose high and glorious name is King of Kings and Lord of Lords ...
Bulkley, Edward, d. 1621? / [1602] An apologie for religion, or an answere to an vnlearned and slanderous pamphlet intituled: Certaine articles, or forcible reasons discouering the palpable absurdities, and most notorious errors of the Protestants religion, pretended to be printed at Antwerpe 1600. By Edvvard Bulkley Doctor of Diuinitie
Bulkley, Edward, d. 1621? / [1588] An answere to ten friuolous and foolish reasons, set downe by the Rhemish Iesuits and papists in their preface before the new Testament by them lately translated into English, which haue mooued them to forsake the originall fountaine of the Greeke, wherein the Spirit of God did indite the Gospell, and the holie Apostles did write it, to follow the streame of the Latin translation, translated we know not when nor by whom With a discouerie of many great corruptions and faults in the said English translation set out at Rhemes. By E.B.
Bull, Henry, d. 1575? / [1578?] Christian praiers and holie medtations as wel for priuate as publique exercise: gathered out of the most godly learned in our time, by Henrie Bull. Wherevnto are added the praiers, commonly called Lidleys praiers.
Bull, Henry, d. 1575? / [1596] Christian praiers and holie meditations as wel for priuate as publique exercise: gathered out of the most godly learned in our time, by Henrie Bull. Whereunto are added the praiers, commonly called Lidleys praiers.
Bullaker, Thomas, d. 1642. / [1642] An exact relation of the apprehension, examination, execution and confession of Thomas Bullaker, a priest of the order of S. Austin who for seducing His Majesties liege people was drawne, hanged and quartered at Iyhurne on Wednesday the 12 of October 1642 : also the examination of Mrs. Margaret Powel his land-lady whose tryall is refer'd till the next sessions : together with the names and facts of the other prisoners condemned at the same time who were reprieved and who executed.
Bullein, William, d. 1576. / [1558] A newe booke entituled the gouernement of healthe wherein is vttered manye notable rules for mannes preseruacion, with sondry symples and other matters, no lesse fruiteful then profitable: colect out of many approued authours. Reduced into the forme of a dialogue, for the better vnderstanding of thunlearned. Wherunto is added a sufferain regiment against the pestilence. By VVilliam Bulleyn.
Bullein, William, d. 1576. / [1595] The gouernment of health: a treatise written by William Bullein, for the especiall good and healthfull preseruation of mans bodie from all noysome diseases, proceeding by the excesse of euill diet, and other infirmities of nature: full of excellent medicines, and wise counsels, for conseruation of health, in men, women, and children. Both pleasant and profitable to the industrious reader
Bullein, William, d. 1576. / [M.D.LXIIII 1564] A dialogue bothe pleasaunte and pietifull wherein is a goodly regimente against the feuer pestilence with a consolacion and comfort against death / newly corrected by Willyam Belleyn, the autour thereof.
Bullein, William, d. 1576. / [Anno salutis 1562] A comfortable regiment, and a very wholsome order against the moste perilous pleurisi whereof many doe daily die within this citee of London, and other places: and what the cause is of the same, doen by William Bulleyn, December. 8. Anno salutis 1562.
Bullein, William, d. 1576. / [1579] Bulleins bulwarke of defence against all sicknesse, soarenesse, and vvoundes that doe dayly assaulte mankinde: which bulwarke is kept with Hilarius the gardener, [and] Health the phisicion, with the chirurgian, to helpe the wounded soldiours. Gathered and practised from the most worthy learned, both olde and new: to the great comfort of mankinde: by VVilliam Bullein, Doctor of Phisicke. 1562.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1544?] Two epystles one of Henry Bullynger, wyth the consent of all the lernyd men of the Churche of Tigury: another of Ihon Caluyn, cheffe preacher of the church of Geneue: whether it be lawfull for a Chrysten man to communycate or be pertaker of the masse of the Papysts, wythout offendyng God and hys neyghboure, or not.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1572] Questions of religion cast abroad in Helvetia by the aduersaries of the same: and aunswered by M. H. Bullinger of Zurick: reduced into .17. common places. Translated into Englishe by Iohn Coxe. 1572
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1547?] The olde fayth an euident probacion out of the holy scripture, that the christen fayth (whiche is the right, true, old and vndoubted fayth) hath endured sens the beginnyng of the worlde. Herein hast thou also a short summe of the whole Byble, and a probacion, that al vertuous men haue pleased God, and wer saued through the Christen fayth. 1547. Myles Couerdale.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [1624] Looke from Adam, and behold the Protestants faith and religion evidently proued out of the holy Scriptures against all atheists, papists, loose libertines, and carnall gospellers: and that the faith which they professe, hath continued from the beginning of the world, and so is the true and ancient faith. Herein hast thou also a short summe of the whole Bible, and a plaine manifestation, that all holy men who have pleased God, have beene saved through this Christian faith alone.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [Anno Do. 1548] An holsome antidotus or counter-poysen, agaynst the pestylent heresye and secte of the Anabaptistes newly translated out of lati[n] into Englysh by Iohn Veron, Senonoys
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [Anno Domini. 1543] The golde[n] boke of christen matrimonye moost necessary [and] profitable for all the[m], that entend to liue quietly and godlye in the Christen state of holy wedlock newly set forthe in English by Theodore Basille.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [Anno. Gratiæ. 1577] Fiftie godlie and learned sermons diuided into fiue decades, conteyning the chiefe and principall pointes of Christian religion, written in three seuerall tomes or sections, by Henrie Bullinger minister of the churche of Tigure in Swicerlande. Whereunto is adioyned a triple or three-folde table verie fruitefull and necessarie. Translated out of Latine into English by H.I. student in diuinitie.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575. / [An. 1572. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis per decennium] A confutation of the Popes bull which was published more then two yeres agoe against Elizabeth the most gracious Queene of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, and against the noble realme of England together with a defence of the sayd true Christian Queene, and of the whole realme of England. By Henry Bullinger the Elder.
Bullock, William, b. 1617? / [1649] Virginia impartially examined, and left to publick view, to be considered by all iudicious and honest men under which title is comprehended the degrees from 34 to 39, wherein lyes the rich and healthfull countries of Roanock, the now plantations of Virginia and Mary-land ... / by William Bullock, Gent.
Bullord, John. / [sold July 2 1694] An excellent collection of books, consisting of fathers, historians, philologists, &c. of Aldus, Stephanus, and other the best editors: with near a compleat set of all the common and statute law books of this kingdom of the exactest editions. Also a curious collection of modern English books in all volumes. The library of an eminent serjeant at law, lately deceased. Which will be sold by auction of Toms Coffee-house, adjoyning to Ludgate, on Monday the 2d. of July, 1694 and the days following, beginning at three in the afternoon. By John Bullord. Conditions of sale. 1. The bidder is the buyer, &c. 2. The books for ought we know are perfect; if any appear otherwise before they are taken away, the buyer has his choice of taking or leaving them ... Catalogues may be had gratis at Mr. Hargraves in Holburn, Mr. Partridge at Charing cross. bookseller;; [sic] Mr. Goodwins in Fleet-street and at the place of sale, ...
Bulmer, John, Captain. / [1641 i.e. 1642] To the right honourable the Lords, assembled in the higher House of Parliament, the humble petition of John Bulmer sea-captaine,
Bulmer, John, Captain. / [1643] The propositions of Captaine John Bulmer, in the office of assurance, London for the blowing up of a boat and a man over London-bridge.
Bulmer, John, Captain. / [1649] A note of such arts and mysteries as an English gentleman, a souldier, and a traveller is able by Gods assistance to perform (he having means to perfect the same.)
Bulstrode, Whitelocke, 1650-1724. / [1692] An essay of transmigration, in defence of Pythagoras, or, A discourse of natural philosophy
Bulteel, John, fl. 1683. / [1664] Birinthea, a romance / written by J.B. gent.
Bulwarke, William. / [1642] A true copie of a letter sent from Mr VVilliam Bulwarke, a grand recusant in his Maiesties Army, to a friend of his, one Mr. Iohn Greenall in Drury Lane Which letter on the 16. of this moneth of November was intercepted, and in which is manifestly expressed the horrible designes of the Papists and cavaliers for the surprizing of the Citie of London, and the destruction of the Parliament.
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [Ann. Dom. 1610] Of diuorce for adulterie, and marrying againe that there is no sufficient warrant so to do. VVith a note in the end, that R.P. many yeeres since was answered. By Edm. Bunny Bachelour of Divinitie.
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619. / [Anno. Dom. 1589] A briefe answer, vnto those idle and friuolous quarrels of R.P. against the late edition of the Resolution: by Edmund Bunny. Whereunto are prefixed the booke of Resolution, and the treatise of pacification, perused and noted in the margent on all such places as are misliked of R.P. shewing in what section of this answer following, those places are handled
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1595] A suruey of the Popes supremacie VVherein is a triall of his title, and a proofe of his practices: and in it are examined the chiefe argumentes that M. Bellarmine hath, for defence of the said supremacie, in his bookes of the bishop of Rome. By Francis Bunny sometime fellow of Magdalene Colledge in Oxford.
Bunny, Francis, 1543-1617. / [1595] A comparison betweene the auncient fayth of the Romans, and the new Romish religion. Set foorth by Frauncis Bunny, sometime fellowe of Magdalen College in Oxforde
Bunworth, Richard. / [1662] A new discovery of the French disease and running of the reins their causes, signs, with plain and easie direction of perfect curing the same / by R. Bunworth.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1688] The work of Jesus Christ as an advocate clearly explained and largely improved for the benefit of all believers ... / by John Bunyan, author of The pilgrims progress.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1688] The water of life, or, A discourse shewing the richness and glory of the grace and spirit of the gospel, as set forth in Scripture by this term, The water of life by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1670] A true and impartial narrative of some illegal and arbitrary proceedings by certain justices of the peace and others, against several innocent and peaceable nonconformists in and near the town of Bedford, upon pretence of putting in execution the late Act against conventicles together with a brief account of the late sudden and strange death of the Grand Informer, and one of the most violent malicious prosecutors against these poor people.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1679] A treatise of the fear of God shewing what it is, and how distinguished from that what is not so : also whence it comes, who has it, what are the effects, and what the priviledges of those that have it in their hearts / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1676] The strait gate, or, Great difficulty of going to Heaven plainly proving by the Scriptures that not only the rude and profane, but many great professors will come short of that Kingdom / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1656] Some gospel-truths opened according to the Scriptures, or, The divine and humane nature of Christ Jesus, his coming into the world, his righteousness, death, resurrection, ascension, intercession, and second comming to judgment, plainly demonstrated and proved and also answers to severall questions, with profitable directions to stand fast in the doctrine of Jesus the son of Mary, against those blustring storms of the Devils temptations, which do at this day, like so many scorpions, break loose from the bottomless pit, to bite and torment those that have not tasted the vertue of Jesus by the revelation of the spirit of God / published for the good of Gods chosen ones by that unworthy servant of Christ John Bunnyan ...
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1688] Solomon's temple spiritualiz'd, or, Gospel-light fetcht out of the temple at Jerusalem, to let us more easily into the glory of New-Testament-truths by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1666?] Sighs from hell, or, The groans of a damned soul discovering from the 16th of Luke the lamentable state of the damned : and may fitly serve as a warning-word to sinners, both old and young, by faith in Jesus Christ, to avoid the same place of torment : with a discovery of the usefulness of the Scriptures as our safe conduct for avoiding the torments of hell / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1684] Seasonable counsel, or, Advice to sufferers by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1700] Scriptural poems being several portions of Scripture digested into English verse / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1665] The resurrection of the dead and eternall judgement, or, The truth of the resurrection of the bodies both of good and bad at the last day asserted and proved by Gods word : also, the manner and order of their coming forth of their graves, as also, with what bodies they do arise : together with a discourse of the last judgement, and the finall conclusion of the whole world / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1674?] Reprobation asserted, or, The doctrine of eternal election & reprobation promiscuously handled in eleven chapters wherein the most material objections made by the opposers of this doctrine are fully answered, several doubts removed, and sundry cases of conscience resolved / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1685] Questions about the nature and perpetunity of the seventh-day Sabbath and proof that the first day of the week is the true Christian-sabbath / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1678] The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come delivered under the similitude of a dream, wherein is discovered the manner of his setting out, his dangerous journey, and safe arrival at the desired countrey / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1683] One thing is needful, or, Serious meditations upon the four last things, death, judgment [brace] and [brace] heaven, hell unto which is added Ebal and Gerizzim, or, The blessing and the curse : with prison meditations and a catalogue of all this author's books / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1675] Light for them that sit in darkness, or, A discourse of Jesus Christ, and that he undertook to accomplish by himself the eternal redemption of sinners also, that the Lord Jesus addressed himself to this work, with undeniable demonstrations that he performed the same : objections to the contrary answered / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1680] The life and death of Mr. Badman presented to the world in a familiar dialogue between Mr. Wiseman and Mr. Attentive / by John Bunyan ...
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1689] The Jerusalem-sinner saved, or, Good news for the vilest of men being a help for despairing souls, shewing that Jesus Christ would have mercy in the first place offered to the biggest sinners / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1663] I will pray with the spirit, and I will pray with the understanding also, or, A discourse touching prayer, from I Cor. 14.15 wherein is briefly discovered 1. What prayer is, 2. What it is to pray with the spirit, 3. What it is to pray with the spirit and with the understanding also / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1684] A holy life, the beauty of Christianity, or, An exhortation to Christians to be holy by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1669] The holy citie, or, The new-Jerusalem wherein its goodly light walls, gates, angels, and the manner of their standing, are expounded : also, her length and breadth, together with the golden measuring-reed, explained, and the glory of all unfolded : as also, the numerousness of its inhabitants, and what the tree and water of life are, by which they are sustained / by John Bunyan ...
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1691] The greatness of the soul and unspeakableness of the loss thereof with the causes of the losing it : first preached at Pinners-Hall, and now enlarged and published for good / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1666] Grace abounding to the chief of sinners, or, A brief and faithful relation of the exceeding mercy of God in Christ, to his poor servant John Bvnyan wherein is particularly shewed, the manner of his conversion, his fight and trouble for sin, his dreadful temptations, also how he despaired of Gods mercy, and how the Lord at length thorow [sic] Christ did deliver him from all the guilt and terrour that lay upon him : whereunto is added, a brief relation of his call to the work of the ministry, of his temptations therein, as also what he hath met with in prison : all which was written by his own hand there, and now published for the support of the the weak and tempted people of God.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1685] The doctrine of the law and grace unfolded, or, A discourse touching the law and grace the nature of the one and the nature of the other, shewing what they are as they are the two covenants ... wherein for the better understanding of the reader there is several questions answered touching the law and grace ... : also several titles set over the several truths contained in this book, for thy sooner finding of them, which are those following the epistle / published by that poor and contemptible creature, John Bunyan of Bedford.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1688] A discourse of the building, nature, excellency, and government of the house of God With counsels and directions to the inhabitants thereof. By John Bunyan of Bedford.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1673] Differences in judgment about vvater-baptism, no bar to communion, or, To communicate with saints, as saints, proved lawful in answer to a book written by the Baptists, and published by Mr. T.P. and Mr. W.K. entituled, Some serious reflections on that part of Mr. Bunyan's confession of faith, touching church-communion with unbaptized believers : wherein, their objections and arguments are answered, and the doctrine of communion still asserted and vindicated : here is also Mr. Henry's Jesse's judgment in the case, fully declaring the doctrine I have asserted / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1673] A defence of the doctrine of justification, by faith in Jesus Christ: shewing, true Gospel-holiness flows from thence. Or, Mr. Fowler's pretended design of Christianity, proved to be nothing more then to trample under foot the blood of the Son of God and the idolizing of man's own righteousness. As also, how while he pretends to be a minister of the Church of England, he overthroweth the wholesom doctrine contained in the 10th. 11th. and 13th. of the Thirty Nine Articles of the same, and that he falleth in with the Quaker, and Romanist, against them. By John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1672] A confession of my faith and a reason of my practice, or, With who, and who not, I can hold church-fellowship, or the communion of saints
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1678] Come & welcome to Jesus Christ, or, A plain and profitable discourse upon the sixth of John, 37 vers shewing the cause, truth and manner of the coming of a sinner to Jesus Christ, with his happy reception and blessed entertainment / written by J. Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1663?] Christian behaviour, or, The fruits of true Christianity shewing the ground from whence they flow in their godlike order in the duty of relations, as husbands, wives, parents, children, masters, servants &c. : with a word of direction to all backsliders / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1684] A caution to stir up to watch against sin. By J. Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1683] A case of conscience resolved viz. whether, where a church of Christ is situate, it is the duty of the women of that congregation, ordinarily, and by appointment, to separate themselves from their brethren, and so to assemble together to perform some parts of divine worship, as prayer, &c. without their men? : And the arguments made use of for that practice examined / by John Bunyan.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1686] A book for boys and girls, or, Country rhimes for children by J.B.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1688] The barren fig tree, or, The doom and downfall of the fruitless professor shewing that the day of grace may be past with him long before his life is ended : the signs also by which such miserable mortals may be known / by John Bunyan ; to which is added his Exhortation to peace and unity among all that fear God.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1688] The advocateship of Jesus Christ clearly explained, and largely improved, for the benefit of all believers by John Bunyan ...
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. / [1689] The acceptable sacrifice, or, The excellency of a broken heart shewing the nature, signs and proper effects of a contrite spirit / being the last works of that eminent preacher and faithful minister of Jesus Christ, Mr. John Bunyan of Bedford ; with a preface ... by a eminent minister of the Gospel in London.
Burbury, John. / [1671] A relation of a journey of the Right Honourable My Lord Henry Howard from London to Vienna, and thence to Constantinople, in the company of His Excellency Count Lesley, Knight of the order of the Golden Fleece, councellour of state to His Imperial Majesty, &c. and extraordinary ambassadour from Leopoldus Emperour of Germany to the Grand Signior, Sultan Mahomet ... / written by John Banbury ...
Burdet, Robert. / [1542] A dyalogue defensyue for women, agaynst malycyous detractoures
Burdwood, James. / [1693] Helps for faith and patience in times of affliction In three parts. Viz. I. Sampson's riddle spiritualiz'd. II. Orthodox paradox: or, the greatest evil working the greatest eternal good. III. Heaven and earth epitomiz'd: or, invisibilities the greates realities. By James Burdwood late minister in Dartmouth. To which is added, A sure tryal of a Christian's state, by John Flavell, late minister (also) in Dartmouth.
Bure, Anders, 1571-1646. / [1632] A short survey or history of the kingdome of Sueden Containing a briefe description of all the provinces of his whole dominion: as also the riches of his kingdome, the antiquity, nature, and manners of that nation; with the government of his realme, might, and power of this great King, as well by sea as by land; his great officers, his customes and revenves of the Crowne. With a genealogy and pedegree of the kings of Sueden, of those especially who have reigned these last five hundred yeers, with some of their most memorable acts and deeds, with their alliance and issue or off-spring. Something also more particularly concerning that illustrious invincible great Gustavus Adolphus the II. and of his wars with the Russian, Denmarke and Poland: as also of his most memorable acts since his comming to the crowne, as well before, as since his entring into Germany, untill this present yeere 1632.
Bureau d'adresse et de rencontre (Paris, France) / [1664] A general collection of discourses of the virtuosi of France, upon questions of all sorts of philosophy, and other natural knowledg made in the assembly of the Beaux Esprits at Paris, by the most ingenious persons of that nation / render'd into English by G. Havers, Gent.
Bureau d'adresse et de rencontre (Paris, France) / [1665] Another collection of philosophical conferences of the French virtuosi upon questions of all sorts for the improving of natural knowledg made in the assembly of the Beaux Esprits at Paris by the most ingenious persons of that nation / render'd into English by G. Havers, Gent. & J. Davies ..., Gent.
Burel, John. / [1596?] [To the richt high, Lodvvik Duke of Lenox ... J. Burel, wisheth lang life]
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641] Two sermons preached to the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament at their pvbliqve fast, Novem. 17, 1640 by Cornelius Burges ... and Stephen Marshall ...
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1660] No sacrilege nor sin to alienate or purchase cathedral lands, as such: or, A vindication of, not onely the late purchasers; but, of the antient nobility and gentry; yea, of the Crown it self, all deeply wounded by the false charge of sacrilege upon new purchasers. By C. Burges, D.D.
Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641] The first sermon, preached to the Honourable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament at their publique fast. Novemb. 17. 1640. / By Cornelius Burges Doctor of Divinitie. Published by order of that House.
Burges, John, 1561?-1635. / [1642] A sermon preached before the late King James His Majesty at Greenwich the 19 of Iuly 1604 together with two letters in way of apology for his sermon : the one to the late King Iames His Majesty : the other to the Lords of His Majesties then Privie Councell / by John Burges ...
Burges, Paul. / [1678?] The three worthy butchers of the north I weep, I wail, and travel much in pain, now all my youthful days are past, they'l never come again; once I was a man, but now alas I am none, for all my companions are from me fled and gone. To a pleasant new tune.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1647] Vindiciae legis, or, A vindication of the morall law and the covenants, from the errours of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians in XXX lectures, preached at Laurence-Jury, London / by Anthony Burgess ...
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1651] The true doctrine of justification asserted and vindicated, from the errours of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially Antinomians in XXX lectures preached at Lawrence-Iury, London / by Anthony Burgess ...
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1658] A treatise of original sin ... proving that it is, by pregnant texts of Scripture vindicated from false glosses / by Anthony Burgess.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1652] Spiritual refining: or A treatise of grace and assurance Wherein are handled, the doctrine of assurance. The use of signs in self-examination. How true graces may be distinguished from counterfeit. Several true signs of grace, and many false ones. The nature of grace under divers Scripture notions or titles, as regeneration, the new-creature, the heart of flesh, vocation, sanctification, &c. Many chief questions (occasionally) controverted between the orthodox and the Arminians. As also many cases of conscience. Tending to comfort and confirm saints. Undeceive and convert sinners. Being CXX sermons preached and now published by Anthony Burgess sometime fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and now pastor of the church of Sutton-Coldfield in Warwickshire.
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1659] The Scripture directory for church-officers and people, or, A practical commentary upon the whole third chapter of the first Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians to which is annexed The godly and the natural mans choice, upon Psal. 4, vers. 6, 7, 8 / by Anthony Burgesse ...
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1661] An expository comment, doctrinal, controversal, and practical upon the whole first chapter to the second epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians by Anthony Burgesse ...
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1643] The difficulty of and the encouragements to a reformation a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at the publick fast, Septem. 27, 1643 / by Mr. Anthony Burges ...
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1656] CXLV expository sermons upon the whole 17th chapter of the Gospel according to St. John, or, Christs prayer before his passion explicated, and both practically and polemically improved by Anthony Burgess ...
Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. / [1694] Foolish talking and jesting described and condemned In a discourse on Ephes. 5.4. neither foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not convenient. By Daniel Burgess.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1636] Precepts, or, Directions for the well ordering and carriage of a mans life, through the whole course thereof: left by William, Lord Burghly, to his sonne, at his death, who was sometimes Lord Treasurer of this kingdome. Also some other precepts and advertisements added, which sometimes was the iewell and delight of the right Honourable Lord and father to his country Francis, Earl of Bedford, deceased. In two bookes
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1588] La copie d'une lettre en voyee d'Angleterre a Dom Bernardin de Mendoze ambassadeur en France pour le Roy d'Espagne par laquelle est declare l'estat du Roiaume d'Angleterre, contre l'attente de Dom Bernardin & de tous ses partizans Espagnols & aultres : encores que ceste lettre fust enuoiée à Dom Bernardin de Mendoze, toutesfois de bon heur, la copie d'icelle, tant en Anglois qu'en François, a esté trouuée en la chambre de Richard Leygh seminaire, lequel n'agueres fut executé pour crime de leze maiesté & trahison commise au temps que l'armeé d'Espagne estoit en mer.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1584] L'execution de iustice faicte en Angleterre pour maintenir la paix publique & chrestienne, contre les autheurs de sedition, adherens aux tristres & ennemis du royaume: sans aucune persecution contre eux esmeuë, pour matiere de religio[n], commeil a esté faucement aduancé & publie,́ par les fauteurs & nourriciers de leurs traisons. Descrite premierement en Anglois, puis traduite en langue Franc̜oise, en faueur de autres nations & personnes, qui ont l'vsage d'icelle.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [anno M.D.LXXXIIII. 1584 Anno regni Reginæ Elizabethæ XXVI. Mense Martio] Iustitia Britannica Per quam liquet perspicue aliquot in eo regno perditos ciues, seditionis & armorum ciuilium authores, regníq[ue] hostium propugnatores acerrimos, vt communi Ecclesiæ reiq[ue] publicæ paci, cautius prospiceretur, morte mulcatatos esse: propter religionem vero, aut cæremonias Romanas, neminem in capitis discrimen vocatum: licet ab aduersarijs secus multò, & admodum malitiosè publicetur. Perscriptum primo in nostrate lingua, deinde versum in Latinam.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1583] The execution of iustice in England for maintenaunce of publique and Christian peace, against certeine stirrers of sedition, and adherents to the traytors and enemies of the realme, without any persecution of them for questions of religion, as is falsely reported and published by the fautors and fosterers of their treasons xvii. Decemb. 1583.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [Nouembr. 1594] Discours veritable de diuerses conspirations nagueres descouuertes contre la propre vie de la tresexcellente Maiesté de la Roine par assassinemens autant barbares, comme sa conseruation a esté miraculeuse de la main du tout puissant, opposée aux desseings pernicieux de ses Anglois rebelles, & aux violences de ses trespuissants ennemis estrangers.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1588] The copie of a letter sent out of England to Don Bernardin Mendoza ambassadour in France for the King of Spaine declaring the state of England, contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin, and of all his partizans Spaniardes and others. This letter, although it was sent to Don Bernardin Mendoza, yet, by good hap, the copies therof aswell in English as in French, were found in the chamber of one Richard Leigh a seminarie priest, who was lately executed for high treason committed in the time that the Spanish Armada was on the seas. Whereunto are adioyned certaine late aduertisements, concerning the losses and distresses happened to the Spanish nauie, aswell in fight with the English nauie in the narrow seas of England, as also by tempests, and contrarie winds, vpon the west, and north coasts of Ireland, in their returne from the northerne isles beyond Scotland.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1611] The counsell of a father to his sonne, in ten seuerall precepts left as a legacy at his death.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1618] Certaine preceptes or directions, for the well ordering and carriage of a mans life: as also œconomicall discipline for the gouernment of his house: with a platforme to a good foundation thereof, in the aduised choise of a wife: left by a father to his sonne at his death, who was sometimes of eminent note and place in this kingdome. And published from a more perfect copie, than ordinarily those pocket manuscripts goe unwarranted by.
Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. / [1584] Atto della Giustitia d'Inghilterra, effeguito, per la coseruatione della commune [e] christiana pace contra alcuni feminatori di discordie, [e] seguaci de ribelli, [e] denemici del reame, [e] non per niuna perfecutione ... Traslatato d'inglese in vulgare ... Il 25.d Maggio 1584. [e] 26.del felicissimo regno d'Eliza ... tta, per gratia at Dio ... .
Burgine, Darby. / [Iuly 8 1642] Victorious newes from Ireland being a battail fought by the Lord of Ormond, the nineteenth day of June, to the losse of two thousand of the rebels, ten miles beyond Limbrick, sent in letter to Master Thomas Flinge,
Burkhead, Henry, fl. 1641-1645. / [1646] A tragedy of Cola's furie, or, Lirenda's miserie written by Henry Burkhead, 1645.
Burlacey, Miles. / [1642] The King of France, his message to the Queene of England: presented to Her Majesty by Colonell Goring, at the Hague in Holland, in answer to her letter sent to the French King at Paris by the foresaid Colonell Goring. Wherein is declared what forces are raising in Flanders, Artoys, Normandy, and S. Mallo, for the assistance of the malignant party against the Parliament in England: / the copie whereof was sent from M. Burlacey at the Hague in Holland, to a merchant in London, Novemb. 29. 1642. ; Also the Parliaments instructions to Sir Edward Rodes and Captain Hotham, with power to pardon such as shall submit within ten dayes.
Burlington, Richard Boyle, Earl of, 1612-1698. / [February 9, 1642] A trve relation of the miseralble [sic] estate that Ireland now standeth in manifested by a letter sent from the Lord Dungarvan, son to the Earle of Corke, to Sir Arthur Magennis, a worthy knight in England : wherein is shewed the great distresse of the Protestants there inhabiting : likwise the preparation for Ireland, by assent of both Houses of Parliament : with the great comfort that they daily receive by meanes of the valour of Sir Simon Harcovrt : with a list of the ships, men, money & ammunition sent for the present reliese of the poore distressed Protestants of Ireland.
Burnaby, A. (Anthony) / [Printed in the year 1696] Two proposals, humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament I. That a duty be laid on malt, in the stead of the present duty on beer and ale, and likewise, that the several engagements that revenue lies under, be transferr'd on that of malt, II. That a duty be laid on malt, and the present duty on beer and ale be continued : to which is annex'd an accompt, what in all probability the frauds of brewers do amount to, and wherin such frauds are prejudicial to the King, to the subject, and to the trade itself : likewise by what means such grievances are most properly redress'd / by A. Burnaby ...
Burne, Nicol. / [1700?] Leader-haughs and Yarow. To its own proper tune.
Burne, Nicol. / [the first day of October. 1581] The disputation concerning the controuersit headdis of religion haldin in the realme of Scotland, the zeir of God ane thousand, fyue hundreth fourscoir zeiris. Betwuix. the prætendit ministeris of the deformed Kirk in Scotland. and, Nicol Burne professor of philosophie in S. Leonardis college, in the citie of Sanctandrois, brocht vp from his tender eage in the peruersit sect of the Caluinistis, and nou be ane special grace of God, ane membre of the halie and Catholik kirk. Dedicat to his souerane the kingis M. of Scotland, King Iames the Saxt.
Burne, Nicol. / [1690?] A delectable new ballad, intituled Leader-haughs and yarow. To its own proper tune.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1677] A vindication of the ordinations of the Church of England in which it is demonstrated that all the essentials of ordination, according to the practice of the primitive and Greek churches, are still retained in our Church : in answer to a paper written by one of the Church of Rome to prove the nullity of our orders and given to a Person of Quality / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCLXXIII 1673] A vindication of the authority, constitution, and laws of the church and state of Scotland in four conferences, wherein the answer to the dialogues betwixt the Conformist and Non-conformist is examined / by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1678.] The unreasonableness and impiety of popery: in a second letter written upon the discovery of the late plot..
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] Three letters concerning the present state of Italy written in the year 1687 ... : being a supplement to Dr. Burnet's letters.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] The story of Jetzer, taken out of Dr. G. Burnet's letters with a collection of miracles wrought by popish saints, during their lives, and after their deaths, out of their own authours, for information of all true-hearted Protestants : with a prefatory discourse, declaring the impossibility and folly of such vain impostures.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1680] Some passages of the life and death of the right honourable John, Earl of Rochester who died the 26th of July, 1680 / written by his own direction on his death-bed by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] Some letters, containing an account of what seemed most remarkable in Switzerland, Italy, some parts of Germany, &c. in the years 1685 and 1686 written by G. Burnet, D.D. to the Hoble. R.B. ; to which is added, An appendix, containing some remarks on Switzerland and Italy, writ by a person of quality, and communicated to the author ; together with a table of the contents of each letter.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1687] Six papers by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1681] A sermon preached on the fast-day, Decemb. 22, 1680 at St. Margarets Westminster before the Honourable House of Commons / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A sermon preached in the chappel of St. James's, before His Highness the Prince of Orange, the 23d of December, 1688 by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1680] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London, at Bow-Church, September 2, 1680 being the anniversary fast for the burning of London / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1690] A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, on the 16th day of July, 1690, being the monthly-fast by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1694] A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall on the 29th of May, 1694, being the anniversary of King Charles II, his birth and restauration by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCXCVIII. 1698] A sermon preached before the King, at Whitehall, on the second of December, 1697. Being the day of thanksgiving for the peace. / By the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1697] A sermon preached before the King at Whitehall, on the second of December, 1697 being the day of thanksgiving for the peace / by Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1690] A sermon preached before the King and Queen at White-Hall on the 19th day of October, 1690, being the day of thanksgiving for His Majesties preservation and success in Ireland by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1697] A sermon preached before the King at Whitehall, on Christmas-Day, 1696 by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1690] A sermon preached before the King & Queen at White-Hall, on Christmas-Day, 1689 by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A sermon preached before the House of Peers in the Abbey of Westminster, on the 5th of November, 1689, being Gun-Powder Treason-Day, as likewise the day of His Majesties landing in England by the Right Reverend Father in God Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A sermon preached before the House of Commons, on the 31st of January, 1688 being the thanksgiving-day for the deliverance of this kingdom from popery and arbitrary power, by His Highness the Prince of Orange's means / by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1681] A sermon preached before the Aldermen of the city of London, at St. Lawrence-church, Jan 30. 1680/1 being the day of the martyrdome of K. Charles I. / by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1691] A sermon preached at White-hall, on the 26th of Novemb. 1691 being the thanksgiving-day for the preservation of the King, and the reduction of Ireland / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1691] A sermon preached at White-Hall before the King and Queen on the 29th of April, 1691, being the fast-day by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1691] A sermon preached at the funeral of the Right Honourable Anne, Lady-Dowager Brook, who was buried at Breamor, the 19th day of February, 1690/1 by the Right Reverend Father in God Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1694] A sermon preached at the funeral of the most reverend Father in God, John, by the divine providence, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, primate and metropolitan of all England, who died at Lambeth the 22nd day of November, in the 65th year of his age, and was buried at St. Lawrence Jewry, in London, on the 30th of that month, Anno Dom. 1694 by ... Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1692] A sermon preached at the funeral of the Honourable Robert Boyle at St. Martins in the Fields, January 7, 1691/2 by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1682] A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. James Houblon who was buried at St. Mary Wolnoth Church in Lombard-Street June 28, 1682 / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A sermon preached at the coronation of William III and Mary II, King and Queen of England, ---- France, and Ireland, defenders of the faith in the Abby-Church of Westminster, April 11, 1689 / by Gilbert Lord Bishop of Salisbury.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1684] A sermon preached at the Chappel of the Rolls on the fifth of November, 1684 being Gun-Powder-Treason day / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1678] A sermon preached at St. Dunstans in the West at the funeral of Mrs. Anne Seile, the 18th of July, 1678 by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1690] A sermon preached at Bow-Church, before the court of aldermen, on March 12, 1689/90 being the fast-day appointed by Their Majesties / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1694] A sermon preach'd before the Queen, at White-Hall, on the 11th of March, 1693/4 being the third Sunday in Lent / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1695] A sermon preach'd before the King, at St. James-Chapel on the 10th of February 1694/5, being the first Sunday in Lent / by Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1697] A sermon preach'd before the King in the chappel at Whitehall on the third Sunday in Lent, being the 7th day of March, 1696/7 by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1675] The royal martyr, and the dutiful subject in two sermons / by G. Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1673] Romes glory, or, A collection of divers miracles wrought by popish saints, both during their lives and after their deaths collected out of their own authors for information of all true-hearted Protestants ; together with a prefatory discourse declaring the impossibility and folly of such vain impostures.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1678] A relation of the barbarous and bloody massacre of about an hundred thousand Protestants, begun at Paris, and carried on over all France, by the Papists, in the year 1572 collected out of Mezeray Thuanus, and other approved authors.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1676] A relation of a conference held about religion at London, the third of April, 1676 by Edw. Stillingfleet ... and Gilbert Burnet, with some gentlemen of the Church of Rome.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1696] Reflections upon a pamphlet entituled, Some discourses upon Dr. Burnet and Dr. Tillotson, occasioned by the late funeral-sermon of the former upon the later by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] Reflections on The relation of the English reformation, lately printed at Oxford
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1686] Reflections on Mr. Varillas's history of the revolutions that have happned in Europe in matters of religion and more particularly on his ninth book that relates to England / by G. Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] Reflections on a paper, intituled, His Majesty's reasons for withdrawing himself from Rochester
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1700] Reflections on a book entituled (The rights, powers, and privileges of an English convocation, stated and vindicated) by Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCLXXV 1675] A rational method for proving the truth of the Christian religion, as it is professed in the Church of England in answer to A rational compendious way to convince without dispute all persons whatsoever dissenting from the true religion, by J.K. / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1685] The Protestant's companion, or, An impartial survey and comparison of the Protestant religion as by law established, with the main doctrines of popery wherein is shewn that popery is contrary to scripture, primitive fathers and councils ... / by a true son of the Protestant Church of England as established by law.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] The Prince of Orange his declaration shewing the reasons why he invades England : with a short preface, and some modest remarks on it.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A pastoral letter writ by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum, to the clergy of his diocess, concerning the oaths of allegiance and supremacy to K. William and Q. Mary
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1698] Of charity to the houshold of faith a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the aldermen, and governors of the several hospitals of the city, at St. Bridget's Church on Easter-Monday, 1698 : being one of the anniversary spittal-sermons / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1673] Observations on the first and second of the canons, commonly ascribed to the holy apostles wherein an account of the primitive constitution and government of churches, is contained : drawn from ancient and acknowledged writings.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1682] News from France in a letter giving a relation of the present state of the difference between the French king and the court of Rome : to which is added the Popes brief to the assembly of the clergy, and the protestation made by them in Latin : together with an English translation of them.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1673] The mystery of iniquity unvailed in a discourse wherein is held forth the opposition of the doctrine, worship, and practices of the Roman Church to the nature, designs and characters of the Christian faith / by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1676] A modest survey of the most considerable things in a discourse lately published, entituled Naked truth written in a letter to a friend.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1669] A modest and free conference betwixt a conformist and a non-conformist about the present distempers of Scotland now in seven dialogues / by a lover of peace.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1677] The memoires of the lives and actions of James and William, Dukes of Hamilton and Castleherald, &c. in which an account is given of the rise and progress of the civil wars of Scotland, with other great transactions both in England and Germany, from the year 1625, to the year 1652 : together with many letters, instructions, and other papers, written by King Charles the I : never before published : all drawn out of, or copied from the originals / by Gilbert Burnet ; in seven books.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1692] The life of William Bedell D.D., Lord Bishop of Killmore in Ireland written by Gilbert Burnet. To which are subjoyned certain letters which passed betwixt Spain and England in matter of religion, concerning the general motives to the Roman obedience, between Mr. James Waddesworth ... and the said William Bedell ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1681] The life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, kt sometime Lord Chief Justice of His Majesties Court of Kings Bench. Written by Gilbert Burnett, D.D.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1690?] The libertine overthrown, or, A mirror for atheists wherein they may clearly see their prodigious follies, vast extravagancies, notorious impieties and absurdities : containing a compendious account of the ... life and ... death of that the whole ... abstracted from the remarks of the Right Reverend D. Gilbert Burnet ... and the Reverend Mr. Parsons ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A letter, containing some reflections on His Majesties Declaration for liberty of conscience dated the fourth of April, 1687
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1678] A letter written upon the discovery of the late plot
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1693] A letter writ by the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, to the Lord Bishop of Cov. and Litchfield, concerning a book lately published, called, A specimen of some errors and defects in the History of the reformation of the Church of England, by Anthony Harmer
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1683] The letter writ by the last Assembly General of the Clergy of France to the Protestants, inviting them to return to their communion together with the methods proposed by them for their conviction / translated into English, and examined by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] A letter to Mr. Thevenot containing a censure of Mr. Le Grand's History of King Henry the Eighth's divorce : to which is added, a censure of Mr. de Meaux's History of the variations of the Protestant churches : together with some further reflections on Mr. Le Grand / both written by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] A letter to a lord upon his happy conversion from popery to the Protestant religion by G. Burnett ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1685] A letter occasioned by the second letter to Dr. Burnet, written to a friend
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1685] A letter from Gilbert Bvrnet, D.D. to Mr. Simon Lowth, vicar of Cosmus-Blene in the diocess of Canterbury, occasioned, by his late book of the subject of church-power
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1690] Injunctions for the arch-deacons of the diocess of Sarum to be delivered by them to the clergy in their Easter-visitations, 1690 : together with a letter from their diocesan, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1680] The infallibility of the Church of Rome examined and confuted in a letter to a Roman priest / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] The ill effects of animosities among Protestants in England detected and the necessity of love unto, and confidence in one another, in order to withstand the designs of their common enemies, laid open and enforced.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCLXXIX 1679] The history of the reformation of the Church of England. The first part of the progess made in it during the reign of K. Henry the VIII / by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] The history of the persecution of the valleys of Piedmont containing an account of what hath passed in the dissipation of the churches and the inhabitants of the valleys, which happened in the year 1686.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1694] Four discourses delivered to the clergy of the Diocess of Sarum ... by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1700] An exposition of the Thirty-nine articles of the Church of England written by Gilbert Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] The expedition of His Highness, the Prince of Orange, for England giving an account of the most remarkable passages thereof, from the day of his setting sail from Holland, to the first day of this instant December, 1688 : in a letter to a person of quality.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] An exhortation to peace and union in a sermon preached at St. Lawrence-Jury, on Tuesday the 26th of Novemb. 1689 / by ... Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1681] An exhortation to peace and union a sermon preached at St. Lawrence-Jury, at the election of the Lord-Mayor of London, on the 29th of September, 1681 / by Gilbert Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1695] An essay on the memory of the late Queen by Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] An enquiry into the reasons for abrogating the test imposed on all members of Parliament offered by Sa. Oxon.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1689] An enquiry into the present state of affairs, and in particular, whether we owe allegiance to the King in these circumstances? and whether we are bound to treat with him, and to call him back again, or not?
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] An enquiry into the measures of submission to the supream [sic] authority and of the grounds upon which it may be lawful or necessary for subjects to defend their religion.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688?] An edict in the Roman law, in the 25 book of the digests, title 4, section 10 as concerning the visiting of a big-bellied woman, and the looking after what may be born by her.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1665] A discourse on the memory of that rare and truely virtuous person Sir Robert Fletcher of Saltoun who died the 13 of January last, in the thirty ninth year of his age / written by a gentleman of his acquaintance.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1692] A discourse of the pastoral care written by Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] A discourse concerning transubstantiation and idolatry being an answer to the Bishop of Oxford's plea relating to those two points.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1687] A defense of the reflections on the ninth book of the first volum [sic] of Mr. Varillas's History of heresies being a reply to his answer / by G. Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1690] The declaration of almighty God, in some few texts of scripture, recommended to the reverend conforming divines: / by G.B. B. of S----b---y ... being the publick fast appointed to implore God's assistance for the reduction of Ireland, and the overthrow of the late King James, and his rebellious forces.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1680] The conversion & persecutions of Eve Cohan, now called Elizabeth Verboon a person of quality of the Jewish religion, who was baptized the 10th of October, 1680, at St. Martins in the Fields, by the Right Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Bishop of St. Asaph.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1687] A continuation of reflections on Mr. Varillas's History of heresies particularly on that which relates to English affairs in his third and fourth tomes / by G. Burnet ...
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1685] A collection of several tracts and discourses written in the years 1678, 1679, 1680, 1681, 1682, 1683, 1684, 1685 by Gilbert Burnet ; to which are added, a letter written to Dr. Burnet, giving an account of Cardinal Pool's secret power, the history of the power treason, with a vindication of the proceedings thereupon, an impartial consideration of the five Jesuits dying speeches, who were executed for the Popish Plot, 1679.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] A collection of papers against popery and arbitrary government written by G. Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1700] Charitable reproof a sermon preached at the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, the 25th of March, 1700 / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sarum.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688] The case of compulsion in matters of religion stated by G.B. ; addressed to the serious consideration of the members of the Church of England, in this present juncture.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1688?] An apology for the Church of England, with relation to the spirit of persecution for which she is accused
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1682] An answer to the Animadversions on the History of the rights of princes, &c. by Gilbert Burnet.
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1687] An answer to Mr. Henry Payne's letter concerning His Majesty's declaration of indulgence, writ to the author of the Letter to a dissenter
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [1685] An answer to a letter to Dr. Burnet, occasioned by his letter to Mr. Lowth
Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. / [Printed in the year 1688] Animadversions on the Reflections upon Dr. B's travels
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1699] Third remarks upon An essay concerning humane understanding in a letter address'd to the author.
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1673] Thesaurus medicinæ practicæ expræstantissimorum tum veterum tum recentiorum medicorum observationibus, consultationibus, consiliis & epistolis : summa diligentia collectus ordineq, alphabetico dispositus / studio & opera Thomæ Bvrnet ...
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1697] The theory of the earth containing an account of the original of the earth, and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo till the consummation of all things.
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1691] A short consideration of Mr. Erasmus Warren's defence of his exceptions against the theory of the earth in a letter to a friend.
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1697] Second remarks upon An essay concerning humane understanding in a letter address'd to the author, being a vindication of the first remarks against the answer of Mr. Lock, at the end of his reply to the Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1690] A review of The theory of the earth and of its proofs, especially in reference to Scripture
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1697] Remarks upon An essay concerning humane understanding in a letter address'd to the author.
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1699] Reflections upon The theory of the earth, occasion'd by a late examination of it. In a letter to a friend.
Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715. / [1690] An answer to the late exceptions made by Mr. Erasmus Warren against The theory of the earth
Burnett, Andrew, minister of the Gospel. / [1696] A sermon preach'd at Barbican upon the sixteenth of April, 1696 being a day of thanksgiving unto Almighty God for discovering and disappointing an horrid and barbarous conspiracy of papists and other traiterous persons to assassinate and murder His Most Gracious Majesty's royal person, and for delivering this kingdom from an invasion intended by the French / by Andrew Burnett ...
Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690. / [1691] The truth exalted in the writings of that eminent and faithful servant of Christ, John Burnyeat collected into this ensuing volume as a memorial to his faithful labours in and for the truth.
Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690. / [1688] The holy truth and its professors defended in an answer to a letter writ by Lawrence Potts, priest of Staplestown near Catherlough, unto Robert Lacky, a parishioner and formerly hearer of the said priest, occassioned by his forsaking his ministry and embracing the blessed truth herein vindicated / by John Burnyeat [and] John Watson.
Burrell, Andrewes. / [1641] An explanation of the drayning workes which have beene lately made for the Kings Maiestie in Cambridge shire by the direction of Sir Cornelius Virmuden wherein is discovered how the said Sir Cornelius hath abused the Kings Maiestie and many of his loving subjects / written by Andrewes Burrell.
Burrell, Andrewes. / [1642] A briefe relation discovering plainely the true causes why the great levell of fenns in the severall counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, Huntington, Northampton, and Lincolne shires, being three hundred and seven thousand acres of low-lands, have been drowned and made unfruitfull for many yeares past and as briefly how they may be drained, and preserved from inundation in the times to come : humbly presented to the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament / by Andrewes Burrell, gent.
Burridge, Richard, b. 1670. / [1700] The apostate prince, or, A satyr against the present King of Poland by Richard Burridge.
Burridge, Richard, b. 1670. / [1700] The shoemaker beyond his last, or, A satyr upon scurrilous poets especially Ned W----d, author of a poem intituled A journey to hell, or, A visit paid to the Devil.
Burrington, John, b. 1648 or 9. / [1698] The case of Sir Bouchier Wrey Baronet, an infant, by John Burrington Esq; his guardian; and of Charles Allanson Esq; John Evans and Hugh Evans gentlemen: lately referred to the Committee of Privileges and elections of the Honourable House of Commons
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] The vvofull cry of unjust persecutions, and grevious oppressions of the people of God in England, through the injustice of some of her rulers, and wikednesse of teachers and people, who hasten to fulfil the measure of their forefathers cruelty. With a lamentation over them all who rewards the Lord evill for good, and is a warning to them all for repentance; shewing that the coming of the Lord is nigh. And this may serve for an answer in full, to all such who have persecuted by violence, by word or writing the innocent people in scorn called Quakers. With a short addition, which shewes unto all, the ground of persecution; in its first cause, and the enmity which is betwixt the two seeds, is clearly discovered, by a friend to the suffering seed of God, E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1654] A vvarning from the Lord to the inhabitants of Underbarrovv, and so to all the inhabitants in England, where it shall meet with them, who holds up the false teachers, and false worship, and who beats, stone, stock, and persecute, and hail out of their assemblies, those who are sent by the Lord, to speak his word freely; with an exhortation, that they hast to meet the Lord by true repentance, by putting off the works of darkness, lest the Lord cut them assunder, by his sword, which is already drawn and put into the hand of his servants. Also, a word to my brethren, and companions in tribulation in the kingdome and patience of Jesus Christ, who is by the world scornfully called Quakers. With the manner of my passage through the dark world, (wherein the simple ones may see the deceits of the man of sin in his actings like the true spirit) to warn all to follow the true light within, which leads unto God, & to beware of the voice, lo here & lo there, by one who is a labourer in the vineyard, who is not known to the world; (though named of the world) Edvvard Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660] A visitation and presentation of love unto the King, and those call'd Royallists
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] A visitation & vvarning proclamed and an alarm sounded in the popes borders ... being the account of a journey to Dunkirk, and the proceedings there among the Jesuites, and friars and papists, with some particular quæries, and also some propositions sent unto them : which may be satisfaction to many who may behold the difference in part between th papists and the people of God, and between the idolaters and the true worshippers / by one that travells in the labour of the Gospel of Christ for the elect seeds sake, Edw. Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660] A vindication of the people of God, called Quakers ... being an ansvver to a book, dedicated to them, by one George Pressick of Dublin : in which book many lyes and calumnies are presented against the innocent people of God ... / by E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1663] Two general epistles, or, The breathings of love uttered from the pure life, to the wholeflock of God in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and all other places whersoever this shall come, greeting : being a wholesome exhortation ... / given forth by by that faithful servant of God, who, though he hath lately laid down the earthly body, yet he lives with his Maker forever, Edvvard Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1654] Truth defended. Or, Certain accusations answered, cast upon us who are called Quakers; by the teachers of the world, and the people of this generation. With a cleare discovery, who are the false prophets, and when they came in. And who they are that deny Christ, and that preach another gospel. And who deny the scriptures, churches, ministers, and magistrates, whereby the magistrates and people of this nation may see they justifie that which the scripture condemns, and condemne that which the holy men of God justified. / By a servant of the Lord, whose name in the flesh is, Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1656] Truth defended, or, Certain accusations answered cast upon us who are called Quakers by the teachers of the world, and the people of this generation with a clear discovery who are the false prophets and when they came in, and how they may bee known, and who they are that deny Christ and that preach another gospel ... / by one who is a labourer in the vineyard ... Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] Truth (the strongest of all) witnessed forth in the spirit of truth, against all deceit: and pleading in righteousnesse its owne cause, to the understanding of the simple, against a very great number of lyes, slanders, perverting of the Scriptures, contradictions and false damnable doctrines, held forth by the Independants. And in particular by one John Bunion, (one of Gogs Army) in two severall bookes put forth by him, against the despised scattered people called Quakers. And is a reply unto his second book, called A vindication, &c. wherein what was wanting in his former of fulfilling wickednesse is now appeared; by his adding sin unto sin, against God and against his owne soule. And this is to cleer the truth from above 100 of John Bunions foule dirty lyes and slanders: by a friend of the truth as it is in Christ Jesus; and not as it is in mens carnall apprehensions, Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1656] A trumpet of the Lord sounded out of Sion which gives a certaine sound in the eares of all nations and is a true noyse of a fearfull earthquake at hand which shall shake the whole fabrick of the earth ... with a salutation to the seed who are gathered into the fold and with the children of the king ... / by one whose name is truly known by the children of the same birth ... Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] The true state of Christianity, truly discribed, and also discovered unto all people what it was in its beginning and purity, and what it now is in its apostacy and degeneration ... / written by ... Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1663] A true description of my manner of life of what I have been in my profession of religion, and what I am at present, by the grace of God / this was given forth some time before that faithful servant of God laid down his body, who was known amongst many, by the name of Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] The true Christian religion again discovered after the long and dark night of apostacy, which hath overshadowed the whole world for many ages ... by a friend to all people, especially them that feares God, and loves righteousness.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] To you that are called Anabaptists in the nation of Ireland teachers and people, who profess your selves to be the Church of Christ; this is the word of the Lord God unto you.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] To the whole English army, and to every particular member thereof, both officers and souldiers, whether of England, Scotland, or Ireland; these are for them to read, and consider, as wholesome animadversions in this day of distractions / E. Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] To the rulers and to such as are in authority a true and faithful testimony concerning religion, and the establishment thereof, and how it may be established in persons and in nations / by Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659?] To the Parliament of the common-wealth of England who are in place of authority to do justice, and in present power to ease the oppressed nation from its bonds : councel and advice unto you / from a friend that seeks after truth and righteousness from you ...
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660] To the beloved and chosen of God in the seed elected particularly in London and elsewhere, who have seen the day of Christ, and received the message of peace and reconciliation in these last dayes of his glorious appearance.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] To Charles Fleetvvood, steward, Robert Hatton, recorder, Sackford Gunstone, Henry Wilcock, baliffs being judges in the Court of Kingstone upon Thames : the state of the old controversie ... between Richard Mayo, plaintiffe, and Edward Burrough, defendant / by Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1662] To all dear Friends & brethren in the everlasting truth & covenant of the Almighty Jehovah, blessed for evermore
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] The testimony of the Lord concerning London. Witnessed in truth and faithfulnesse, to the consciences of all people in it, that they may returne to the Lord, and repent. Also, the great abominations discovered of this people, who draws near God with their mouths, and professes self-separation, when as their hearts be far from the Lord. With a warning to all sorts of people in it, what the Lord requires of them. By a lover of all your soules, E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] A testimony against a great idolatry committed and a true mourning of the Lords servant upon the many considerations of his heart upon that occasion ... / by E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1661] A tender salutation of perfect love unto the elect of God the royal seed, the saints of the most high, who have believed the testimony of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and walks in the light that hath enlightened every man that comes into the world.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] A standard lifted up, and an ensigne held forth, to all nations shewing unto the whole world, and to all people to whom it shall come, by open proclamation, what the testimony of God is ... / ... Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] Something of truth made manifest (in relation to a dispute at Draton in the county of Middlesex in the first moneth last) in opposition to the false account given of it by one Philip Traverner, in his book styled the Quakers-rounds, or, A faithfull account, &c. / and this is written ... by E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] Some of the principles of the Quakers (scornfully so called by men) vindicated and proved sound and true and according to the Scriptures in oposition to the false charges and lying reports given forth against the truth in two printed books put forth by one Philip Taverner, a supposed minister of the Gospel in Middlesex near Vxbridge ... / by Edw. Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] Some false principles and errors discovered and refuted in a short answer to a catechism book, which is said to contain the principles of religion, put forth by a namelesse authour, but is supposed to be the work of one Samuel Eaton ... but upon true examination he is found to be teaching the traditions of men for the commandments of Christ ... / by E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660?] A seasonable word of advice unto all that are or may through the subtlety of the enemy, backslide from the truth Edward Burroughs.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] Satans designs defeated ...
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660] A returne to the ministers of London by way of answer to their seasonable exhortations, (so called) directed to their congregations : with sober reproof sent unto them, because of their secret smitings against the despised people called Quakers, whom they have secretly reproached in their said exhortation ... / by E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] A message to the present rulers of England whether committee of safety, (so called) councell of officers, or others whatsoever : delivered unto them by an ambassadour from the only right heire of the government, whose right alone it is to rule : and by special authority and commission from him, this is sent unto them, that they may hear, and fear, and learn wisdom, and may deliver up the proper right of the only King unto him, that they may be blessed, but on the conrray dependeth their destruction / by Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659?] A message to all kings and rulers in Christendom
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] A message proclaimed. By divine authority from the chosen assembly of the redeemed people in England, to the Pope (chief bishop) of Rome, and to his cardinals, Jesuits, and priests, and all other the officers of the Romish Church, where it shall meet with them through the world: that they may appear, and come forth to triall, and shew if they have the same faith, power, spirit, and authoritie, and government, as had the Apostles and true churches, before the apostacie: and this is a full invitation and challenge to the whole Church of Rome, and the beginning of controversie with her, for the perfect manifestation of the long hidden truth; betwixt them that are in the truth it self, and such as have the form, but not the power; that all things may be brought to light and true judgement. Written by an embassador for the true and living God, E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1658] A message for instruction to all the rulers, judges, and magistrates to whom the law is committed shewing what just government is, and how far the magisrates power reacheth, and what the sword of justice is to cut down, and what it is to defend ... / E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1672] The memorable works of a son of thunder and consolation namely that true prophet and faithful servant of God and sufferer for the testimony of Jesus, Edward Burroughs, who dyed a prisoner for the word of God in the city of London, the fourteenth of the twelfth moneth, 1662.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] A measure of the times: and a full & clear description of the signes of the times, and of the changing of the times; and of the reign of Antichrist, who hath long reigned, and of his down-fall, which is at hand; and of the kingdom of Christ which is now setting up in the earth. Shewing unto all people in all nations, what the state of things hath been in ages past, and what the state of things are at this present day. ... And also, here it is manifest, concerning the teachers of this age, and the root from whence they sprang, who are manifest to be of that stock of false prophets, which Christ prophesied of should come, and which the Apostles saw was coming in their dayes, and how that the night of darknesse hath been upon all, for many generations: ... And also, the restauration is described, which shortly cometh, wherein Christ shall reign, whose right it is, and shall change laws and decrees, and the lamb shall be the light of all nations, ... and their King shall possesse the uttermost parts of the earth. By one who hath measured the times, who is come to the day that hath made all things manifest. Edw: Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] Many strong reasons confounded, which would hinder any reasonable man from being a Quaker and offences taken out of the way, but particularly foure and twenty arguments overturned and confuted, put forth and sent into the world by Richard Baxter, a professed minister, but a frequent contenter against the ways of God ... / ... by ... E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1661] A just and righteous plea presented unto the King of England, and his council, &c. being the true state of the present case of the people, called Quakers, truly demonstrated, and justly pleaded, on their behalf : and this is laid down in six particulars ... / by ... Edw. Burroughs.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660] A just and lawful tryal of the teachers and professed ministers of his age and generation by a perfect proceeding against them, and hereby they are righteously examined ... : whereunto is added, A short description of the true ministry of Christ ... justified by the people of God called Quakers, in England / by ... Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1661] A hue and cry after the false prophets and deceivers of our age and a discovery of them by their works and fruits and who they are in this age that follow the same spirit, and act the same things as did the false prophets in former generations.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] Good counsel and advice rejected by disobedient men and the dayes of Oliver Cromwells visitation passed over, and also of Richard Cromwel his son ...
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] A generall epistle, and greeting of the Fathers love, to all the saints called and chosen to faithfulness in Christ Iesus ... : and this is to all such as are found worthy to suffer, and is an exhortation to the strengthning of their faith ... : and this is a true testimony of the Father and of the Son ...
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660] A general epistle to all the saints being a visitation of the Fathers love unto the whole flock of God ... : to be read in all the assemblies, of them, that meet together to worship the Father in the spirit and truth ... / E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] A faithful testimony concerning the true worship of God what it is in it self, and who are the true vvorshippers : in opposition to all the false worship in this nation, which is idolatry, which is discovered in its foundation, and in its manifestation, not to be ever commanded of God, or practised by his apostles and saints, but it is declared to consist chiefly of such things and practises as had their first beginning and ordination in the Church of Rome ... and this is written for a general good to all such as are worshipping in temples made with hands / by E.B.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1660?] The everlasting gospel of repentance and remission of sins ... by ... Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1667] An epistle to friends of truth in and about London written by Edward Burroughs, in the year, 1661 ...
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] A discovery of some part of the war between the kingdom of the Lamb and the kingdom of Anti-Christ held forth in this account of several disputes and queries between a Minister of Christ (really so) and one that hath the name of a Minister, but is proved to be a Minister and member of Anti-Christ by evident testimonies : and is a short account of the covetousnesse, ignorance, envy, and the fruits of darkness brought forth by C. Fowler ... / by Edw. Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1661] A discovery of divine mysteries wherein is unfoulded secret things of the kingdom of God, being a testimony ... : all which are published for the edification of such as desire to know the truth / by a servant of truth, Edward Burroughs.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] A description of the state and condition of all mankinde upon the face of the whole earth. And a discovery unto all; shewing what man was in his creation before transgression, and what he is in transgression ... Also, the way of restoration, of salvation, redemption, and of life eternal, is here declared ... that all may come to the knowledge of the Creator, and to have fellowship with him again, from whom all the children of men are separated in the state of enmity, and are ignorant of him, and drove from his presence. This is to go abroad into all the earth, through the whole world ... that they ... may be restored again to serve, and worship, and glorifie the living God, who made heaven and earth, and all things therein. By ... Edward Burrough.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1657] A declaration to all the world of our faith, and what we believe and this is written that all people upon earth may know by whome, and how we are saved, and hopes for eternal life, & what we believe concerning God, Christ, & the Spirit, and of the things that are eternal : appertaining to all mankind to know & believe.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] A declaration of the present sufferings of above 140. persons of the people of God (who are now in prison,) called Quakers: with a briefe accompt of about 1900. more ... Together with the number of 21. persons who were imprisoned and persecuted until death. All which was delivered to Tho. Bampfield, then Speaker of the Parliament, on the sixth day of the second month, 1659 ... As also an accompt of some grounds and reasons, why for conscience sake we bear our testimony against divers customes and practices at this day in use amongst men. Also a cry of great jndgement [sic] at hand upon the oppressors of the Lords heritage, as received from him on the 18. day of the first month called March. With an offer to the Parliament of our bodies, person for person to be imprisoned, for the redemption of our brethren, who are now in bonds for the testimony of Jesus.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1659] A declaration from the people called Quakers, to the present distracted nation of England with mourning and lamentation over it, because of its breaches ...
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1662?] The case of the people called Quakers (once more) stated, and published to the world with the accusations charged upon them, and their answers.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1661] The case of free liberty of conscience in the exercise of faith and religion presented unto the King and both Houses of Parliament ... / by ... Edward Burroughs.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1662] A brief relation of the persecutions and cruelties that have been acted upon the people called Quakers in and about the city of London since the beginning of the 7th month last, til this present time : with a general relation of affairs, signifying the state of the people through the land.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. / [1654] Ansvvers to severall queries put forth to the despised people called Quakers, by Philip Bennett, who cals himself a minister of Christ, but is found a deceiver; answered by them to whom they were directed. Also, ansvvers to severall other subtil queries put forth by one Iohn Reeve, who lives in the City of London, who cals himself the last messenger and witnesse unto the true God, but is found a false witnesse, and a lyar, and a perverter of the right way of God. / Answered by Edward Burrough, and Francis Howgill, who are witnesses unto the truth against this subtil serpent-like generation.
Burroughes, Thomas, b. 1611 or 12. / [1662] A soverain remedy for all kinds of grief opened and applyed in a sermon at the funeral of Mr. John Langham, the eldest son of Sr. James Langham, knight, a child of five years and an half old, who dyed at Cottesbrook in Northhamptonshire, July 29, 1657 : with a narrative of sundry remarkable passages concerning him before and in the time of his sickness / by Thomas Burroughes.
Burroughs, J. / [1694] A narrative of the conversion of Thomas Mackernesse, late of March, in the Ille of Ely who was condemn'd for robbery, &c. and executed at Wisbech, Aug. 19, 1694 : with an account of his penitential behaviour, and discourses with the ministers who came to visit him / publish'd by J. Burroughs.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1652] Two treatises of Mr. Jeremiah Burroughs. The first of earthly-mindedness, wherein is shewed, 1. What earthly-mindedness is. ... 6. Directions how to get our hearts free from earthly-mindedness. The second treatise. Of conversing in heaven, and walking with God. Wherein is shewed, 1. How the Saints have their conversation in heaven. ... 9. Rules for our walking with God. The fourth volumn [sic] published by Thomas Goodwyn. William Greenhil. Sydrach Simpson. Philip Nye. William Bridge. John Yates. William Adderley.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1640] The sea-mans direction in time of storme Delivered in a sermon upon occasion of a strong stormie wind lately happening. / By Ier. Burroughs.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1654] The saints treasury being sundry sermons preached in London / by the late reverend and painfull minister of the gospel, Jeremiah Burroughes.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1657] The saints inheritance and the worldlings portion representing the glorious condition of a child of God and the misery of having ones portion in this world, unfolding the state of true happiness with the marks, means, and members thereof / by Ier. Burroughs.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1649] The rare jewel of Christian contentment wherein is shewed, I. What contentment is, II. The holy art or mystery of it, III. Several lessons that Christ teacheth, to work the heart to contentment, IV. The excellencies of it, V. The evils of murmuring, VII. The aggravations of the sin of murmuring / by Jeremiah Burroughs.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1641] Moses his self-denyall delivered in a treatise upon Hebrewes 11, the 24. verse, by Ieremy Burroughs.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] Moses his choice with his eye fixed upon Heaven, discovering the happy condition of a self-denying heart, delivered in a treatise upon Hebrews II, 25, 26 / by Jeremiah Burroughs.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1684] Jerusalems glory breaking forth into the world being a Scripture-discovery of the New-Testament Church in the latter dayes, immediately before the Second Coming of Christ.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [MDCLIII 1653] Irenicum, to the lovers of truth and peace heart-divisions opened in the causes and evils of them : with cautions that we may not be hurt by them, and endeavours to heal them / by Jeremiah Burroughes.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1648 i.e. 1647] Gospel-worship: or, The right manner of sanctifying the name of God in generall. And particularly in these 3. great ordinances, [brace] viz. [brace] 1. Hearing the Word. 2. Receiving the Lords Supper 3. Prayer. By Jeremiah Burroughes, the Gospel-preacher to two of the greatest congregations in England, viz. Stepney and Criple-gate, London.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1653] Gospel-worship, or, The right manner of sanctifying the name of God in general and particularly in these three great ordinances, viz. [brace] 1. hearing of the Word, 2. receiving the Lords Supper, 3. prayer / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being the second of the seven volumns lately published by Thomas Goodwin ... [et al.]
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] Gospel-conversation: wherein is shewed, I. How the conversation of believers must be above what could be by the light of nature. II. Beyond those that lived under the law. III. And suitable to what truths the Gospel holds forth. By Jeremiah Burroughs, preacher of the Gospel to Stepney and Criplegate, London. Being the third book published by Thomas Goodwyn, William Greenhil, Sydrach Simpson, Philip Nye, William Bridge, John Yates, William Adderly.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1668] Gospel remission, or, A treatise shewing that true blessedness consists in pardon of sin wherein is discovered the many Gospel mysteries therein contained, the glorious effects proceeding from it, the great mistakes made about it, the true signs and symptomes of it, the way and means to obtain it / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being several sermons preached immediately after those of The evil of sin by the same author, and now published by Philip Nye ... [et al.]
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1643] The glorious name of God, The Lord of Hosts opened in two sermons, at Michaels Cornhill, London, vindicating the Commission from this Lord of Hosts, to subjects, in some case, to take up arms : with a post-script, briefly answering a late treatise by Henry Ferne, D.D. / by Jer. Burroughes.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1675] Four usefull discourses viz. ... / by Jer. Burroughs ...
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1651] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the eleventh, twelfth, & thirteenth chapters of the prophesy of Hosea being first delivered in several lectures at Michaels Cornhil, London / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being the seventh book published by Thomas Goodwin ... [et al.]
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the eighth, ninth, & tenth chapters of the prophesy of Hosea being first delivered in several lectures at Michaels Cornhil, London / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being the seventh book published by Thomas Goodwin ... [et al.]
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1652] An exposition of the prophesie of Hosea begun in divers lectures vpon the first three chapters, at Michaels Cornhill, London / by Jer. Burroughes.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1661] The excellency of holy courage in evil times by Jeremiah Burroughs ; published by Thomas Goodwin ... [et al.]
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1639] The excellency of a gracious spirit Deliuered in a treatise upon the 14. of Numbers, verse 24. By Ier. Burroughes minister of Gods Word.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1654] The eighth book of Mr Jeremiah Burroughs. Being a treatise of the evil of evils, or the exceeding sinfulness of sin. Wherein is shewed, 1 There is more evil in the least sin, than there is in the greatest affliction. 2 Sin is most opposite to God. 3 Sin is most opposite to mans good. 4 Sin is opposite to all good in general. 5 Sin is the poyson, or evil of all other evils. 6 Sin hath a kind of infiniteness in it. 7 Sin makes a man conformable to the Devil. All these several heads are branched out into very many particulars. / Published by Thomas Goodwyn, William Bridge, Sydrach Sympson, William Adderly, [double brace] William Greenhil, Philip Nye, John Yates.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1668] The difference between the spots of the godly and of the wicked preached by Mr. Jeremiah Burroughs at Cripple Gate.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1659] Christ inviting sinners to come to him for rest by Jeremiah Burroughes.
Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1643?] A briefe answer to Doctor Fernes booke tending to resolve conscience about the subjects taking up of arms / by Jer. Burroughes.
Burrowes, Samuel, 17th cent. / [1642] Good instrvctions for all youngmen and maids being the substance of an excellent sermon preached at St. Stevens Colmanstreet the 8 day of March 1641 : at the earnest request of divers youngmen and apprentices at a solemne thanksgiving and celebration of a fast / by Samuel Burrowes.
Burscough, Robert, 1651-1709. / [1692] A treatise of church-government occasion'd by some letters lately printed concerning the same subject / by Robert Burscough ...
Burscough, Robert, 1651-1709. / [1699] A discourse of schism address'd to those dissenters who conform'd before the toleration, and have since withdrawn themselves from the communion of the Church of England / by Robert Burscough ...
Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. / [1653] A nevv-yeers-gift for England, and all her cities, ports, and corporations, and all such therein who are fit for the same, and desire it. Or, A gift of God to the wise, this new yeer 1653 to make them a free Commonweatlh, if that they pursue therein. It being a caveat to the reserved, unconstant, ambodextrous engagers with this Commonwealth and present government, who being unstable in all their ways, and are burthenous thereunto. Also, an incitement to the commonalty & free-born people of England, ... Here is also added two letters which have relation or dependence on the Parliaments order, and a letter sent to the several companies of London ....
Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. / [1644] Militarie instructions, or the souldier tried for the vse, of the dragon, being a part of cavalrie, for fierings, on horsback, as the harquebusier, & on foote, as infantry, very necessary for such as desier to be studious, in the way of the art militarie. / Never before published, by any, and now set forth by Captaine Nathaniell Burt.
Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. / [Printed, Anno 1651. when the formall Presbytery received a wound, as the Episcopall before, and independency in time will follow, if they doe the same workes, and repent not. 1651] An individuall letter to every man that calls himselfe a minister of Jesus Christ. Penned more particularly for Mr. Christopher Love, upon some observations from his sermon, preached Jan. 29. 1644. at Windsor, and re-preached at Uxbridge, Jan. 30. 1644. upon Jer. 33. 6. Whereby the author doth examine and enquire, whether Master Love were ever called by God, and Jesus Christ, or directed by the spirit of truth to preach the said sermon: or ever sent forth by Jesus Christ to be his minister. Being also for a caveat or memento to all others who call themselves Christs ministers, to examine whether ever they had a mission or commission from Jesus Christ so to doe, the having embroyled the land of our nativity in an unnaturall warre formerly one with another, contrary to any command, precept, or practises of Christ and his apostles, or word of truth: by whose evill practises they have caused the gospel of truth and peace to be evill spoken of, and have opened a torrent of blood, which none but the heavenly physitian can stop and cure; to whom the author intreateth the people to looke, and pray, and waite for help, for vain is the help of man. Written by an English man, Christs servant, for Englands remembrance.
Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. / [1653] An appeal from Chancery, to the Lord General and his Councel of Officers, as also to the Councel of State, and to all free-born English men of honest hearts, who have not forfeited their liberty, or captivated their reason, but fear and love the name of God, and the interest of all honest men, ... that Christs kingdom may be advanced, and the kingdom of Satan, with Antichrist, and that of the beast, may be thrown down, with all their covetous, persecuting, ... perjured officers, ..., either that have been corrupt Parliament-men, ... such who are in places of judicature, ... with every corrupt member thereof, England, or in places called Innes of Court, or the devil's school of sophisticating and lying, frauds and hypocrisies, which bring forth a generation of vipers, ... wolves in sheeps clothing, ... or those in places of government in cities, ... who usurp authority over English-men, and that because they are in place or places over them, they combine also with this serpentine brood, and tyrannize over their brethren which never yet brake their trust, as the most of these have done, and that because they will not sacrifice to this devil of unrighteousness, ... to do unrighteously, and to deceive, and defraud, and oppress their brethren, and to undo them, as these experimentally many of them are found and known to do, for filthy lucre sake.
Burt, Thomas, preacher of the word. / [1607] The glory of the godlie graine a most comfortable sermon preached before the honorable assembly in Paules Church on Whitsunday 1605, on I. Cor. 15.42.43, not published before this moneth of August 1607. Wherein is prooued the identitie of our bodies in the resurrection: the miseries in life, and glorie after death: by Thomas Burt Preacher of the word.
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1672] Tagathon, or, Divine goodness explicated and vindicated from the exceptions of the atheist wherein also the consent of the gravest philosophers with the holy and inspired penmen in many of the most important points of Christian doctrine is fully evinced / by Richard Burthogge.
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1687] Prudential reasons for repealing the penal laws against all recusants and for a general toleration penn'd by a Protestant person of quality.
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1678] Organum vetus & novum, or, A discourse of reason and truth wherein the natural logick common to mankinde is briefly and plainly described / by Richard Burthogge ... in a letter to the most Honourable Andrew Trevill, Esq. ...
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1699] Of the soul of the world and of particular souls in a letter to Mr. Lock, occasioned by Mr. Keil's reflections upon an essay lately published concerning reason / by the author of that essay.
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [MDCXCI 1691] The nature of church-government freely discussed and set out in three letters.
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1675] Cavsa dei, or, An apology for God wherein the perpetuity of infernal torments is evidenced and divine both goodness and justice, that notwithstanding, defended : the nature of punishments in general, and of infernal ones in particular displayed : the evangelical righteousness explicated and setled : the divinity of the Gentiles both as to things to be believed, and things to be practised, adumbrated, and the wayes whereby it was communicated, plainly discover'd / by Richard Burthogge ...
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1684] An argument for infants baptisme deduced from the analogy of faith, and [of the] harmony of the [Scr]iptures : in which in a method wholly new, and upon grounds not commonly observed bo[th the] doctrine (of infants baptism) is fully asserted, and the objections against it are obviated / by Richard Burthogge.
Burthogge, Richard, 1638?-ca. 1700. / [1685] Vindiciæ pædo-baptismi, or, A confirmation of an argument lately emitted for infants baptism in a letter to a reverend divine of the Church of England / by R.B. ...
Burton, Francis, fl. 1603-1617. / [1612] The fierie tryall of Gods saints (these suffered for the witnes of Iesus, and for the word of God, (vnder Queene Mary,) who did not worship the Beast ... As a counter-poyze to I.W. priest his English martyrologe. And the detestable ends of popish traytors: (these are of Sathans synagogue, calling themselues Iewes (or Catholiques) but lie and are not ... Set downe in a comparatiue collection of both their sufferings. Herewith also the concurrance and agreement of the raignes of the kings of England and Scotland, since the first yeare of Q. Mary, till this present, the like before not extant.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1645] Vindiciæ veritatis: truth vindicated against calumny. In a briefe answer to Dr. Bastwicks two late books, entituled, Independency not Gods ordinance, with the second part, styled the postscript, &c. / By Henry Burton, one of his quondam-fellow-sufferers.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1644] A vindicaton of churches, commonly called Independent, or, A briefe answer to two books the one, intituled, Twelve considerable serious questions, touching church-government, the other, Independency examined, unmasked, refuted, &c. : both lately published by William Prinne ... / Henry Burton ...
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1628] A tryall of priuate deuotions. Or, A diall for the houres of prayer. By H.B. rector of St. Mathevves Friday-street
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1629] Truth's triumph ouer Trent: or, the great gulfe betweene Sion and Babylon That is, the vnreconcileable opposition betweene the Apostolicke Church of Christ, and the apostate synagogue of Antichrist, in the maine and fundamentall doctrine of iustification, for which the Church of England Christs spouse, hath iustly, through Gods mercie, for these manie yeares, according to Christs voyce, separated her selfe from Babylon, with whom from henceforth she must hold no communion. By H.B. rector of S. Mathews Friday-Street.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1628] The seuen vials or a briefe and plaine exposition vpon the 15: and 16: chapters of the Revelation very pertinent and profitable for the Church of God in these last times. By H.B. rector of Saint Matthews Friday-street.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [anno MDCXL. 1640] A replie to a relation, of the conference between William Laude and Mr. Fisher the Jesuite. By a witnesse of Jesus Christ
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1641] The protestation protested, or, A short remonstrance shewing what is principally required of all those that have or doe take the last Parliamentary protestation
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1626] A plea to an appeale trauersed dialogue wise. By H.B.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [Printed in the Yeare, 1643] A narration of the life of Mr. Henry Burton. Wherein is set forth the various and remarkable passages thereof, his sufferings, supports, comforts, and deliverances. Now published for the benefit of all those that either doe or may suffer for the cause of Christ. According to a copy written with his owne hand.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1641] A most godly sermon preached at St. Albons in Woodstreet on Sunday last being the 10 of October, 1641 : shewing the necessity of selfe-denyall and humiliation by prayer and fasting before the Lord in regard of the present plague we now lye under : which God in his good time remove from amongst us / by ... Henry Burton.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1660] Jesu-vvorship confuted, or, Certain arguments against bowing at the name Jesus proving it to be idolatrous and superstitious and so utterly unlawful : with objections to the contrary fully answered / by H.B.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [MDCCXXVIII. 1628] Israels fast. Or, a meditation vpon the seuenth chapter of Ioshuah a faire precedent for these times. By H.B. rector of S. Mathews Fryday-Street.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1641] The humble petitions of Mr. Burton and Dr. Bastwicke presented to the honovrable the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Commons House of Parliament.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1644] The grand impostor vnmasked, or, A detection of the notorious hypocrisie and desperate impiety of the late Archbishop, so styled, of Canterbury cunningly couched in that written copy which he read on the scaffold at his execution, Ian. 10, 1644, alias called by the publisher, his funerall sermon / by Henry Burton.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1631] Grounds of Christian religion laid downe briefly and plainely by way of question and answer / by H.B.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1645] A full and satisfactorie ansvvere to the Arch-bishop of Canterbvries speech, or, Funerall sermon preached by himselfe on the Tower-hill, on Friday the tenth of Ianuary, 1645, upon Hebr. 12. 1, 2 at which time he was there and then beheaded wherein is a full and plenary discourse to satisfie all those who have been startled with his suttle and Jesuiticall falacies and evasions in the said speech : and other passages and observations of great consequence, to satisfie the expectation of the Kingdome therein.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [Printed, Anno Dom. 1636] For God, and the King. The summe of two sermons preached on the fifth of November last in St. Matthewes Friday-streete. 1636. / By Henry Burton, minister of Gods word there and then.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1641] Englands bondage and hope of deliverance a sermon preached before the honourable House of Parliament at St. Margarets in Westminster / by Mr. Henry Burton ... Iune 20, 1641.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [Anno M.DC.XXXVI. 1636] A divine tragedie lately acted, or A collection of sundry memorable examples of Gods judgements upon Sabbath-breakers, and other like libertines, in their unlawfull sports, happening within the realme of England, in the compass only of two yeares last past, since the booke was published worthy to be knowne and considered of all men, especially such, who are guilty of the sinne or arch-patrons thereof.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1646] Conformitie's deformity. In a dialogue between conformity, and conscience. Wherein the main head of all the controversies in these times, concerning church-government, is asserted and maintained; as without which, all reformation is headlesse, and all reconciliation hopelesse. Dedicated by Henry Burton, to the honour of Jesus Christ, as the first-fruits of his late recovery from death to life; as a testimony of his humble and thankfull acknowledgement of so great a mercy: and published for the service of all those, that love the Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity ...
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1628] Conflicts and comforts of conscience a treatise, shewing how the conscience, in cases of deepest distresse and distraction, may recollect it selfe, and recouer solid and sound comfort / collected from priuate proofe, for publike profit, by H.B. ...
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1632] The Christians bulvvarke, against Satans battery. Or, The doctrine of iustification so plainely and pithily layd out in the severall maine branches of it as the fruits thereof may be to the faithfull, as so many preservatives against the poysonous heresies and prevailing iniquities of these last times. By H.B. pastor of S. Mathevvs Friday-street.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1624] A censure of simonie, or a most important case of conscience concerning simonie briefly discussed not altogether perhaps vnparallell for the meridian of these times. By H. Burton rector of little Saint-Matthewes in Friday-street London.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1635?] A brief answer to a late Treatise of the Sabbath day digested dialogue-wise between two divines, A. and B.
Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. / [1627] The baiting of the Popes bull. Or an vnmasking of the mystery of iniquity, folded vp in a most pernitious breeue or bull, sent from the Pope lately into England, to cawse a rent therein, for his reentry With an advertisement to the Kings seduced subiects. By H.B.
Burton, Hezekiah, 1631 or 2-1681. / [MDCLXXXIV 1684] Several discourses viz., I. of purity and charity, II. of repentance, III. of seeking first the kingdom of God / by Hezekiah Burton ...
Burton, John, 1629 or 30-1699. / [1661] The history of Eriander composed by John Burton.
Burton, Robert, 1577-1640. / [Anno 1679] Versatile ingenium, The Wittie companion, or Jests of all sorts. From citie and countrie, court and universitie. : With an account of the life of the laughing philosopher Democritus of Abder̀a. / By Democritus Junior.
Burton, Robert, 1577-1640. / [Anno Dom. 1621] The anatomy of melancholy vvhat it is. VVith all the kindes, causes, symptomes, prognostickes, and seuerall cures of it. In three maine partitions with their seuerall sections, members, and subsections. Philosophically, medicinally, historically, opened and cut vp. By Democritus Iunior. With a satyricall preface, conducing to the following discourse.
Burton, William, 1609-1657. / [1658] A commentary on Antoninus, his Itinerary, or, Journies of the Romane Empire, so far as it concerneth Britain wherein the first foundation of our cities, lawes, and government, according to the Roman policy, are clearly discovered ... / by VVilliam Burton ... ; with a chorographicall map of the severall stations, and index's to the whole work.
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1590] A sermon preached in the Cathedrall Church in Norwich, the xxi. day of December, 1589. by W. Burton, minister of the word of God there. And published for the satisfying of some which took offence thereat
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1595] The rowsing of the sluggard, in 7. sermons Published at the request of diuers godlie and well affected. By W.B. Minister of the word of God at Reading in Barkeshire.
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1594] An exposition of the Lords Prayer made in diuers lectures, and now drawne into questions and answers for the greater benefite of the simpler sort: whereunto is prefixed a briefe treatise of prayer for all men. Published at the request of diuers godly and well disposed: by W. B. minister of the Word at Reading in Barkshire.
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1598] Dauids thanksgiuing for the arraignement of the man of earth, set forth in two sermons by W.B. The first sermon sheweth the manner of Dauids thanksgining, and containeth many comfortable points necessarie for afflicted consciences. The second sermon setteth forth the matter it selfe, for Dauid giueth thanks and that is, The arraignement of the man of earth ...
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1594] Conclusions of peace, betweene God and man containing comfortable meditations for the children of God. By W. Burton.
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1608] The Christians heauenly treasure. By William Burton of Reading in Barkeshire
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1593] A caueat for suerties two sermons of suertiship, made in Bristoll, by VV. Burton.
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1592] [Dauids euidenece [sic], or, The assurance of Gods loue declared in seuen sermons.]
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1602] Ten sermons vpon the first, second, third and fourth verses of the sixt of Matthew containing diuerse necessary and profitable treatises , viz. a preseruative against the poyson of vaine-glory in the 1 & 2, the reward of sincerity in the 3, the vncasing of the hypocrite in the 4, 5 and 6, the reward of hypocrisie in the 7 and 8, an admonition to left-handed Christians in the 9 and 10 : whereunto is annexed another treatise called The anatomie of Belial, set foorth in ten sermons vpon the 12, 13, 14, 15 verses of the 6 chapter of the Prouerbs of Salomon.
Burton, William, d. 1616. / [1591] Certaine questions and answeres, concerning the knovvledge of God vvhereunto are adioyned some questions and answeres, concerning the right vse of the law of God : taught publikely by vvay of catechising / by William Burton ...
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1683] Not fear, but love a sermon preached before the governors of the Charity for Relief of Poor Widows and Orphans of Clergy-men, at St. Mary le Bow, on the 7th day of Decemb., 1682 / by Ar. Bury ...
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1691] The case of Exeter-Colledge in the University of Oxford related and vindicated
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713. / [1662] The bow, or, The lamentation of David over Saul and Jonathan, applyed to the royal and blessed martyr, K. Charles the I in a sermon preached the 30th of January, at the Cathedral Church of S. Peter in Exon / by Arth. Bury ...
Bury, Edward, 1616-1700. / [1677] England's bane, or, The deadly danger of drunkenness described in a letter to a friend wherein are many convincing arguments against it and many aggravations of it in professors of religion, and many other things tending to a reformation of that beastly sin / by Edward Bury.
Bury, John, Capt. / [1679] A true narrative of the late design of the papists to charge their horrid plot upon the Protestants by endeavouring to corrupt Captain Bury and Alderman Brooks of Dublin, and to take off the evidence of Mr. Oats and Mr. Bedlow, &c. as appears by the depositions taken before the Right Honourable Sir Joseph Williamson, knight ... and the several examinations before Sir William Waller ...
Busbecq, Ogier Ghislain de, 1522-1592. / [1694] The four epistles of A.G. Busbequius concerning his embassy into Turkey being remarks upon the religion, customs, riches, strength and government of that people : as also a description of their chief cities, and places of trade and commerce : to which is added, his advice how to manage war against the Turks / done into English.
Busby, George, 1638-1695, defendant. / [1681] The tryal and condemnation of George Busby for high-treason as a Romish priest and Jesuite, upon the statute of 27 Eliz., Cap.2, at the assizes and general goal-delivery held at Derby, for the county of Derby, the 25th day of July, in the 33th year of the reign of our Soveraign Lord King Charles the Second, &c : before the Honourable Sir Thomas Street, Knight, one of the barons of His Majesties exchequer / as it was faithfully taken, by a person of quality.
Busby, Richard, 1606-1695. / [1647] A short institution of grammar
Busenello, Giovanni Francesco, 1598-1659. / [1658] A prospective of the naval triumph of the Venetians over the Turk to Signor Pietro Liberi, that renowned and famous painter / by Gio. Francesco Busenello.
Bush, Paul, 1490-1558. / [1531] This lytell boke contaynethe certayne gostly medycynes necessary to be vsed among wel disposed people to eschewe & to auoyde the comen plage of pestilens thus collecte and sette forth in ordre by the diligent laboure of the religyous brother Syr Paule Bushe preste and Bonehome in the good house of Edyndon.
Bush, Paul, 1490-1558. / [1526?] Here begynneth a lytell treatyse in Englysshe, called the extripacion [sic] of ignorancy and it treateth and speketh of the ignorance of people, shewyng them howe they are bounde to feare god, to loue god, and to honour their prince. Which treatise is lately compyled by sir Paule Busshe preest, and bonhome of Edyndon: and dedicate vnto the yong and most hye renomed lady Mary, princes [et] doughter vnto the noble progenytour, our worthy souerayne kyng Henry the eight, kyng of Engla[n]de and of Frau[n]ce, [et] hye defe[n]der of ye christenfaithe. [et]c.
Bush, Rice. / [1649. i.e. 1650] The poor mans friend, or A narrative of what progresse many worthy citi- [sic] of London have made in that godly work of providing for the poor With an Ordinance of Parliament for the better carrying on of the work. Published for the information and encouragement of those, both in city and countrey, that wish well to so pious a work.
Bushel, John. / [1668] A true and perfect narrative of the late dreadful fire which happened at Bridge-Town in the Barbadoes, April 18, 1668 as the same was communicated in two letters from Mr. John Bushel, and Mr. Francis Bond, two eminent merchants there, to Mr. Edward Bushel, citizen and merchant of London : containing the beginning, progress, and event of that dreadful fire, with the estimation of the loss accrewing thereby, as it was delivered to His Majesty by several eminent merchants concerned in that loss.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [M.DC.XXXVI 1636] The severall speeches and songs, at the presentment of Mr. Bushells rock to the Qveen's Most Excellent Majesty, Aug. 23. 1636 Her Highnesse being gratiously pleased to honour the said rock, not only with her royall presence, bvt commanded the same to be called after her owne princely name Henrietta.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1641] A just and true remonstrance of His Maiesties mines-royall in the principality of Wales presented by Thomas Bushell, Esquire, farmer of the said mines-royall to His Majestie.
Bushell, Thomas, 1594-1674. / [1660?] The case of Thomas Bushell, Esq;
Busher, Leonard. / [1614] Religions peace or A reconciliation, between princes & peoples, & nations (by Leonard Busher: of the county of Gloucester, of the towne of Wotton, and a citticen, of the famous and most honorable citty London, and of the second right worshipfull Company) supplicated (vnto the hygh and mighty King of great Brittayne: etc: and to the princely and right Honorable Parliament) with all loyalty, humility and carefull fidelity
Bushnell, Edmund. / [1664] The compleat ship-wright plainly and demonstratively teaching the proportions used by experienced ship-wrights according to their custome of building, both geometrically and arithmetically performed : to which by Edmund Bushnell, ship-wright.
Bushnell, Walter, 1609-1667. / [1660] A narrative of the proceedings of the commissioners appointed by O. Cromwell, for ejecting scandalous and ignorant ministers, in the case of Walter Bushnell, clerk, Vicar of Box in the county of Wilts wherein is shewed that both commissioners, ministers, clerk, witnesses have acted as unjustly even as was possible for men to do by such a power, and all under the pretence of godliness and reformation.
Bussy, Roger de Rabutin, comte de, 1618-1693. / [1682] Loves empire, or, The amours of the French court
Butcher, Richard, 1583-1665? / [1646] The survey and antiquitie of the towne of Stamford in the county of Lincolne with its ancient foundation, grants, priviledges, and severall donations thereunto belonging : also a list of the aldermens names, and the time when they were chosen : with the names of 10 Lord Majors (of the Hon. city of London) borne in the foresaid county of Lincolne / written by Richard Butcher, Gent. ...
Butler, John, oculist. / [1682] In the Strand near the middle exchange in Salisbury Street at the second house on the right hand where a barber's pole hangs out, liveth John Butler, an expert operator and oculist.
Butler, Prince. / [1701?] A malicious rich man makes acceptable pleasant reasons, and most people for money, take the rich villain by the hand. ... The humble petition of Prince Butler ...
Butler, Prince. / [1700?] A malicious man makes reasons To the honourable knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of Prince Butler prays ...
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1672] Two letters one from John Audland, a Quaker, to William Prynne, the other, William Prynnes answer / by the author of Hudibras.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1671] To the memory of the most renowned Du-Vall a pindarick ode / by the author of Hudibras ; where it is to be had, the memories of Monsieur Du-Vall, containing the history of his life and death ; with his last speech and epitaph.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1662] A proposall humbly offered for the farming of liberty of conscience
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1681] The priviledge of our saints in the business of perjury useful for grandjuries / by the author of Hudibras.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1691] The plagiary exposed, or, An old answer to a newly revived calumny against the memory of King Charles I being a reply to a book intitled King Charles's case, formerly written by John Cook of Grays Inn, Barrister, and since copied out under the title of Collonel Ludlow's letter / written by Mr. Butler, the author of Hudibras.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [in the year MDCLVIX. i.e. 1659] Mola asinaria: or, The unreasonable and insupportable burthen now press'd upon the shoulders of this groaning nation: by the headless head, and unruly rulers, that usurp upon the liberties and priviledges of the oppressed people. Held forth in a remonstrance to all those that have yet sound and impartial ears to hear, and duly weighed in the scales of equity and justice ... Wherein is demonstrated, what slavery the nation must subject it self to, by allowing the lawfulness and usurped authority of the pretended Long Parliament now unlawfully and violently held at Westminster. By William Prynne, bencher of Lincolns-Inne.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1673] The London almanack, or, A compendium of the year 1673 referred particularly to the meridian of the most famous city of London : together with some antiquities relating to that ancient and honourable corporation, not commonly known to the worthy inhabitants thereof / by Mercurius Civicus.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1643] A letter from Mercvrivs Civicvs to Mercurius Rusticus, or, Londons confession but not repentance shewing that the beginning and the obstinate pursuance of this accursed horrid rebellion is principally to be ascribed to that rebellious city.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1663] Hudibras written in the time of the late wars.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1663] Hudibras, the second part
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1684] Hudibras in three parts.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1663] Hudibras the second part.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1674] The Geneva ballad. To the tune of 48.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [MDCLXXIV. 1674] The Geneva ballad To the tune of 48.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1674] Another ballad: called The libertines lampoone: or, The curvets of conscience. To the tune of, Thomas Venner, or 60. / Written by the authour of the Geneva Ballad.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1674] Another ballad called the libertines lampoone, or, The curvets of conscience to the tune of Thomas Varner, or 60 / written by the authour of the Geneva Ballad.
Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680. / [1659] The acts and monuments of our late Parliament, or, A collection of the acts, orders, votes, and resolves that hath passed in the House by J. Canne Intelligencer Generall.
Butter, Nathaniel, d. 1664. / [1659] A letter with a narrative, written to the right Hon:ble Thomas Allen Lord Major of London, &e. [sic] concerning a strange sight that appeared over this city of London, in the yeare 1642. when the King was driven from his Parliament, dated as followeth
Buttivant, Samuel. / [1653] A brief discovery of a threshold estate of Antichrist now extant in the world viz., a description of 1. the true and false temple, 2. the false ministery, and 3. the false churches : whereunto is added the trial of one George Fox in Lancashire, with his answer to eight articles exhibited against him, being sent in a letter from Keller to some friends in York-shire : also, certain queries upon a petition lately presented to the Parliament from divers gentlemen and others in Worcester-shire : necessary to be answered by the petitioners who are said to be 6000 in number.
Butts, Henry, d. 1632. / [1599] Dyets dry dinner consisting of eight seuerall courses: 1. Fruites 2. Hearbes. 3. Flesh. 4. Fish. 5. whitmeats. 6. Spice. 7. Sauce. 8. Tabacco. All serued in after the order of time vniuersall. By Henry Buttes, Maister of Artes, and fellowe of C.C.C. in C.
Buxtorf, Johann, 1599-1664. / [1657] The Jewish synagogue, or, An historical narration of the state of the Jewes at this day dispersed over the face of the whole earth ... / translated out of the learned Buxtorfius ... by A.B., Mr. A. of Q. Col. in Oxford.
Bünting, Heinrich, 1545-1606. / [MDCLXXXII 1682] Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ, or, The travels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, judges, kings, our Saviour Christ and his apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments with a description of the towns and places to which they travelled, and how many English miles they stood from Jerusalem : also, a short treatise of the weights, monies, and measures mentioned in the Scriptures, reduced to our English valuations, quantity, and weight / collected out of the works of Henry Bunting ; and done into English by R.B.