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Ja. H. / [1663] An elegy on the much lamented death of Dr. Sanderson, late Lord Bishop of Lincolne, who deceased the latter end of January, 1662
Jackson, Arthur, 1593?-1666. / [MDCXLII 1643] A help for the understanding of the Holy Scripture intended chiefly for the assistance and information of those that use constantly every day to reade some part of the Bible, and would gladly alwayes understand what they read if they had some man to help them : the first part : containing certain short notes of exposition upon the five books of Moses, to wit Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomie : wherein all such passages in the text are explained as were thought likely to be questioned by any reader of ordinary capacity ... / by Arthur Jackson ...
Jackson, Arthur, 1593?-1666. / [1658] Annotations upon the five books immediately following the historicall part of the Old Testament (commonly called the five doctrinall or poeticall books) to wit, the book of Iob, the Psalms, the Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon ... / by Arthur Jackson ...
Jackson, Henry, fl. 1662-1700. / [1663 i.e. 1664] A visitation of love to the tender plants of Gods vineyard given forth by Henry Jackson ; also two generall epistles, given forth by William Caton.
Jackson, John. / [1641] The true euangelical temper wherein divinity and ecclesiastical history are interwoven, and mixed, both to the profit and delight of the Christian reader, and moderately, and soberly fitted to the present grand concernments of this state, and church / preached in three sermons at St. Martins in the Strand ... by Jo. Jackson.
Jackson, John. / [1642] The booke of conscience opened and read in a sermon preached at the Spittle on Easter-Tuesday, being April 12, 1642 / by John Jackson.
Jackson, John. / [1661] A treatise concerning mans future eternity wherein the great doctrine of the eternity of all mankind in the world to come, either in happiness or misery is proved, explained, and applyed / by John Jackson.
Jackson, John, 1600-1648. / [1640] The key of knowledge which is, a little booke intended to bee of good use, as for all degrees of Christians, so especially for religious families, and religious schooles. The full use and contents whereof must be enquired in the preface or introduction to the worke, which is (first) deliberately to be read of those who desire to receive profit by the booke. By John Jackson, rector of Marsk neere Richmond in York-shire.
Jackson, John, 1600-1648. / [1628] Ecclesiastes The worthy church-man, or the faithfull minister of Iesvs Christ. Described by polishing the twelve stones in the high-priests pectorall, as they were first glossed and scholyed on in a Synod-sermon; and after enlarged by way of discourse, to his two brethren. By Iohn Iackson parson of Marske in Richmond-shire.
Jackson, John, fl. 1651-1657. / [1655] Strength in Weakness or The burning bush not consumed Being an answer (formerly published under this title) to two letters written by James Naylor. To which is now added several other papers written since by the same hand (whereof one is intituled, The secret shootings of the wicked reproved.) With a reply thereunto, as also to the rest respectively. By J.J. Published at the request of some, for the satisfaction of others: and tendred to the serious perusall of the impartiall and un-prejudic'd reader.
Jackson, John, of Kilingraves. / [1649] The pedigree and perigrination of Israel Being an abridgement of the histories of the creation of Adam. Cain & Abel. Noah. Abraham. Issac. Jacob. Joseph. Joshuah. Deborah. Ruth. Hezekiah. Zedekiah. And the taking of the Arke. With meditations and prayers upon each historie. By John Jackson of Kilingraves in Com. Ebor. Gentleman.
Jackson, Tho. (Thomas) / [1653] Speculum perspicuum uranicum, or, A glasse wherein you may behold the revolution of the year of our Lord Jesus Christ MDCLIII being the first after bissextile, or leap-year ... : calculated for the meridian of London ... / by Tho. Jackson, mathematician.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1640] Wisdome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes Conteined in three pious and learned treatises, viz. I. Of Christs fervent love to bloudy Jerusalem. II. Of Gods just hardening of Pharaoh, when he had filled up the measure of his iniquity. III. Of mans timely remembring of his creator. Heretofore communicated to some friends in written copies: but now published for the generall good.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1639] Wisdome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes contained in three pious and learned treatises, viz. I. Of Christs fervent love to bloudy Jerusalem. II. Of Gods just hardening of Pharaoh, when he had filled up the measure of his iniquity. III. Of mans timely remembering of his creator. Heretofore communicated to some friends in written copies: but now published for the generall good.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1627] A treatise of the holy catholike faith and Church Diuided into three bookes. By Thomas Iackson Dr. in Diuinitie, chaplaine to his Maiestie in ordinarie, and vicar of Saint Nicolas Church in the towne of Newcastle vpon Tyne. The first booke.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1628 i.e. 1629] A treatise of the divine essence and attributes. By Thomas Iackson Doctor in Divinitie, chaplaine to his Majestie in ordinary, and vicar of S. Nicolas Church in the towne of Newcastle upon Tyne. The first part
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [An. Dom. 1638] A treatise of the consecration of the Sonne of God to his everlasting priesthood And the accomplishment of it by his glorious resurrection and ascention. Being the ninth book of commentaries upon the Apostles Creed. Continued by Thomas Iackson Doctor in Divinity, chaplaine in ordinary to his Maiesty, and president of C.C.C. in Oxford.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1625] A treatise containing the originall of vnbeliefe, misbeliefe, or misperswasions concerning the veritie, vnitie, and attributes of the Deitie with directions for rectifying our beliefe or knowledge in the fore-mentioned points. By Thomas Iackson Dr. in Divinitie, vicar of Saint Nicholas Church in the famous towne of New-castle vpon Tine, and late fellow of Corpus Christi Colledge in Oxford.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1614] The third booke of commentaries vpon the Apostles Creede contayning the blasphemous positions of Iesuites and other later Romanists, concerning the authoritie of their Church: manifestly prouing that whosoeuer yeelds such absolute beleefe vnto it as these men exact, doth beleeue it better then Gods word, his Sonne, his prophets, Euangelists, or Apostles, or rather truly beeleeues no part of their writings or any article in this Creede. Continued by Thomas Iackson B. of Diuinitie and fellow of Corpus Christi College in Oxford.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1638] Sapientia clamitans wisdome crying out to sinners to returne from their evill wayes: contained in three pious and learned treatises, viz. I. Of Christs fervent love to bloudy Ierusalem. II. Of Gods just hardning of Pharaoh, when hee had filled up the measure of his iniquity. III. Of mans timely remembring of his creator. Heretofore communicated to some friends in written copies: but now published for the generall good, by William Milbourne priest.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1617] Nazareth and Bethlehem, or, Israels portion in the sonne of Iesse. And, mankinds comfort from the weaker sexe Tvvo sermons preached in St Maryes Church in Oxford. By Thomas Iackson, Bachelour of Divinitie, and fellow of Corpus Christi College in Oxford.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1657] Maran atha: or Dominus veniet Commentaries upon the articles of the Creed never heretofore printed. Viz. Of Christs session at the right hand of God and exaltation thereby. His being made Lord and Christ: of his coming to judge the quick and the dead. The resurredction of the body; and Life everlasting both in joy and torments. With divers sermons proper attendants upon the precedent tracts, and befitting these present times. By that holy man and profound divine, Thomas Jackson, D.D. President of Corpus Christi Coll. in Oxford.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [M DC XXXIV. 1634] The knowledg of Christ Jesus. Or The seventh book of commentaries vpon the Apostles Creed: containing the first and general principles of Christian theologie: with the more immediate principles concerning the true knowledge of Christ. Divided into foure sections. Continued by Thomas Jackson Dr. in Divinitie, chaplaine to his Majestie in ordinarie, and president of Corpus Christi Colledge in Oxford
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1615] Iustifying faith, or The faith by which the just do liue A treatise, containing a description of the nature, properties and conditions of Christian faith. With a discouerie of misperswasions, breeding presumption or hypocrisie, and meanes how faith may be planted in vnbeleeuers. By Thomas Iackson B. of Diuinitie and fellow of Corpus Christi Colledge in Oxford.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [M DC XXXV. 1635] The humiliation of the Sonne of God by his becomming the Son of man, by taking the forme of a servant, and by his sufferings under Pontius Pilat, &c. Or The eighth book of commentaries vpon the Apostles Creed: continued by Thomas Jackson Dr. in Divinitie, chaplaine to his Majestie in ordinarie, and president of Corpus Christi Colledge in Oxford. Divided into foure sections.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1654] An exact collection of the works of Doctor Jackson ... such as were not published before : Christ exercising his everlasting priesthood ... or, a treatise of that knowledge of Christ which consists in the true estimate or experimental valuation of his death, resurrection, and exercise of his everlasting sacerdotal function ... : this estimate cannot rightly be made without a right understanding of the primeval state of Adam ...
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [an. Dom. 1637] Diverse sermons with a short treatise befitting these present times, now first published by Thomas Iackson, Dr in Divinity, chaplaine in ordinary to his Majestie, and president of Corpus Christi Colledge in Oxford. ...
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1653] A collection of the works of that holy man and profound divine, Thomas Iackson ... containing his comments upon the Apostles Creed, &c. : with the life of the author and an index annexed.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1625] Christs ansvver vnto Iohns question: or, An introduction to the knowledge of Iesus Christ, and him crucified Deliuered in certaine sermons in the famous towne of New-castle vpon Tine. By Thomas Iackson, Dr. of Diuinitie, vicar of Saint Nicolas Church there, and fellow of Corpus Christi Colledge in Oxford.
Jackson, Thomas, d. 1646. / [1614] Sinnelesse sorrow for the dead a comfortable sermon, preached at the funerall of Mr. Iohn Moyle, of Buckwell, in the countie of Kent, Esquire, the sixt of Ianuarie, 1614 / by Thomas Iackson, Batchelor in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word, at Wye in Kent.
Jackson, Thomas, d. 1646. / [1623] The raging tempest stilled The historie of Christ his passage, with his disciples, over the Sea of Galilee, and the memorable and miraculous occurrents therein. Opened and explaned in weekly lectures (and the doctrines and vses fitly applied to these times, for the direction and comfort of all such as feare Gods iudgements) in the cathedrall and metropoliticall Church of Christ, Canterb.
Jackson, Thomas, d. 1646. / [1612] Peters teares A sermon, preached at S. Maries Spittle, the xv. of Aprill 1612. By Thomas Iacksonne Bachelour in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods holy word at Wye in Kent.
Jackson, Thomas, d. 1646. / [1622] Iudah must into captivitie Six sermons on Ierem. 7.16. Lately preached in the Cathedrall Church of Christ in Canterburie, and elsevvhere, By Thomas Iackson Doctor in Divinitie, and one of the prebends of the said church.
Jackson, Thomas, d. 1646. / [1624] An helpe to the best bargaine a sermon on Mat. 13-16. Preached on Sunday, the 20. of Octob. 1623. in the Cathedrall Church of Christ, Canterbury. By Thomas Iackson, doctor of divinitie, and one of the prebends, and lecturer there.
Jackson, Thomas, d. 1646. / [1603] Dauids pastorall poeme: or sheepeheards song Seuen sermons, on the 23. Psalme of Dauid, whereof the last was preached at Ashford in Kent, the day whereon our gracious King was there proclaimed. By Thomas Iackson preacher of Gods word at Wie in Kent.
Jackson, Thomas, d. 1646. / [1609] The conuerts happines· A comfortable sermon preached at S. Maries Spittle in London, in Easter-weeke, the 19. April. 1609. By Thomas Iackson, Bachelour of Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word, at Wye in Kent.
Jackson, William, 1636 or 7-1680. / [1675] Of the rule of faith a sermon at the visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, William Lord Bishop of Lincolne, holden at Bedford August 5, 1674 / by William Jackson ...
Jackson, William, 1636 or 7-1680. / [1661 i.e. 1660] An introduction of the first grounds or rudiments of arithmetick plainly explaining the five common parts of that most useful and necessary art, in whole numbers & fractions, with their use in reduction, and the rule of three direct. Reverse. Double. By way of question and answer; for the ease of the teacher, and benefit of the learner. Composed not only for general good, but also for fitting youth for trade. / By W. Jackson student in arithmetick.
Jackson, William, 1636 or 7-1680. / [1660] The free-born English mans plea for justice: or, A cry against post-fact laws. Being a survey of the controversies touching the late purchased titles through the true perspective of justice. By William Jackson, one who hath lived to see the famine of justice removed, and hopes to see it continue as plentifully amongst us; as food in Samaria; after the flight of these Assirians: 2 Kings, 7.
Jackson, William, lecturer at Whittington College. / [1616] The celestiall husbandrie: or, The tillage of the soule First, handled in a sermon at Pauls Crosse the 25. of February, 1616. By William Iackson, terme-lecturer at Whittington Colledge in London: and since then much inlarged by the authour, for the profit of the reader: with two tables to the same.
Jacobus, de Cessolis, fl. 1288-1322 / [1474 (31 March)] [T]o the right noble, right excellent [and] vertuous prince George duc of Clarence Erle of warwyk and of salisburye, grete chamberlayn of Englond [and] leutenant of Irelond oldest broder of kynge Edward by the grace of god kynge of England and of frau[n]ce, your most humble seruant william Caxton amonge other of your seruantes sendes vnto you peas. helthe. ioye and victorye vpon your enemyes ...
Jacobus, de Gruytrode, d. 1472?. / [1506?] The mirroure of golde for the synfull soule
Jacobus, de Voragine, ca. 1229-1298. / [1483] [Legenda aurea sanctorum, sive, Lombardica historia] [Wyllyam Caxton]
Jamaica. / [1683] The laws of Jamaica passed by the assembly, and confirmed by His majesty in council, Feb. 23. 1683 : to which is added, A short account of the island and government thereof, with an exact map of the island.
James I, King of England, 1566-1625. / [1616] A remonstrance of the most gratious King Iames I. King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. For the right of kings, and the independance of their crownes. Against an oration of the most illustrious Card. of Perron, pronounced in the chamber of the third estate. Ian. 15. 1615. Translated out of his Maiesties French copie.
James I, King of England, 1566-1625. / [1584] The essayes of a prentise, in the diuine art of poesie
James I, King of England, 1566-1625. / [An. 1597. Cum privilegio regio] Daemonologie in forme of a dialogue, diuided into three bookes.
James I, King of England, 1566-1625. / [Anno 1604] A counterblaste to tobacco
James I, King of England, 1566-1625. / [1603] His Maiesties Lepanto, or heroicall song being part of his poeticall exercises at vacant houres.
James I, King of England, 1566-1625. / [8 April 1609] An apologie for the oath of allegiance first set foorth without a name, and now acknowledged by the authour, the Right High and Mightie Prince, Iames, by the grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. ; together with a premonition of His Maiesties, to all most mightie monarches, kings, free princes and states of Christendome.
James I, King of Scotland, 1394-1437. / [167-?] Christs Kirk on the green composed (as is supposed) by King James V ; newly corrected according to the original copy.
James I, King of Scotland, 1394-1437. / [1663] Christ's kirk on the green composed (as is supposed) by King James the Fifth.
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1689] His Majesties letter to the Lords and others of his Privy Council
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1688] The King's letter to the great council of peers
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1688?] The King's letter to the general of his army with the general's letter to the Prince of Orange.
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1697] Jacobus Secundus, Dei gratiâ, magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ Rex, defensor fidei, omnibus regibus principibus, rebuspublicis &c. postqàm diuturno tamque funesto toti Christianæ reipublicæ bello Europa conflagravit ...
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1688] His Majesties resolution for the calling of a free Parliament upon the humble motion and advice of a great council of his peers.
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1688] His Majesties reasons for with-drawing himself from Rochester writ with his own hand and ordered by him to be published.
James II, King of England, 1633-1701. / [1692] A copy of the late King James's letter, sent by the Earle of Melfort to the French king, on the last sea-fight And published the next day by the French King's order.
James, Elinor. / [1683] To the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen and all the rest of the loyal citizens.
James, Elinor. / [1688] To the right honourable the House of Lords
James, Elinor. / [1688?] To the honourable the House of Commons. The Almighty God, bless, guide, and direct you, that you may have the honour to protect his true worship ...
James, Elinor. / [1688?] To the Honourable Convention
James, Elinor. / [1687] My Lord, I thought it my bound duty to return your Lordship thanks
James, Elinor. / [1685] May it please Your Most Sacred Majesty seriously to consider my great zeal and love that I have always had for His Late Majesty and kingdoms and my fervent constancy to the Church of England
James, Elinor. / [1688] An injured prince vindicated, or, A scurrilous and detracting pamphlet answer'd by Mrs. E.J. in Hartfordshire.
James, Elinor. / [1682] The case between a father and his children humbly represented to the Honourable Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen.
James, Ralph, 17th cent. / [1672] The Quakers subterfuge or evasion over-turned In the vindication of the late narrative, concerning the memorable hand of God against a Quaker, and his family, in the county of Lincoln. Wherein the unchristianlike dealings of the Quakers in their late book, entituled The anabaptists lying wonder detected, with an admonition to all Christians to beware of their delusions: with some antiqueries to John Whitehead, about his pretence to the ministery, and the state of the Quakers congregations.
James, Thomas. / [1695] A vindication of that part of Spira's despair revived which is challenged by the Anabaptists, and shamefully callumniated by John Wells, a Baptist preacher : wherein also some things are handled relating to infant baptism and dipping in baptism : particularly it is evinced that dipping is not essential to the sacrament of baptism / by Thomas James, author of Spira's despair revived.
James, Thomas, 1573?-1629. / [1625] A manuduction, or introduction vnto diuinitie containing a confutation of papists by papists, throughout the important articles of our religion; their testimonies taken either out of the Indices expurgatorii, or out of the Fathers, and ancient records; but especially the parchments. By Tho. Iames, Doctor of Diuinitie, late fellow of New-Colledge in Oxford, and Sub-Deane of the cathedrall church of Welles. This marke noteth the places that are taken out of the Indices expurgatorij: and this [pointing hand], a note of the places in the manuscripts.
James, Thomas, 1573?-1629. / [1612] The Iesuits downefall threatned against them by the secular priests for their wicked liues, accursed manners, hereticall doctrine, and more then Matchiavillian policie. Together with the life of Father Parsons an English Iesuite.
James, Thomas, 1573?-1629. / [1625?] The humble and earnest request of Thomas Iames, Dr of Diuinity, and subdeane of the Cathedrall Church of Welles, to the Church of England; for, and in the behalfe of bookes touching religion
James, Thomas, 1573?-1629. / [ca. 1607] The humble supplication of Thomas Iames student in diuintie and keeper of the publike librarie at Oxford, for reformation of the ancient Fathers VVorkes, by papists sundrie wayes depraued.
James, Thomas, 1573?-1629. / [Anno Dom. 1625] An explanation or enlarging of the ten articles in the supplication of Doctor Iames, lately exhibited to the clergy of England. Or A manifest proofe that they are both reasonable and faisible within the time mentioned.
James, Thomas, 1573?-1629. / [1608] An apologie for Iohn Wickliffe shewing his conformitie with the now Church of England; with answere to such slaunderous obiections, as haue beene lately vrged against him by Father Parsons, the apologists, and others. Collected chiefly out of diuerse works of his in written hand, by Gods especiall providence remaining in the publike library at Oxford, of the honorable foundation of Sr. Thomas Bodley Knight: by Thomas James keeper of the same.
James, Thomas, 1593?-1635? / [1633] The strange and dangerous voyage of Captaine Thomas Iames, in his intended discouery of the Northwest Passage into the South Sea VVherein the miseries indured both going, wintering, returning; and the rarities obserued, both philosophicall and mathematicall, are related in this iournall of it. Published by his Maiesties command. To which are added, a plat or card for the sayling in those seas. Diuers little tables of the author's, of the variation of the compasse, &c. VVith an appendix concerning longitude, by Master Henry Gellibrand astronomy reader of Gresham Colledge in London. And an aduise concerning the philosophy of these late discouereyes, by W.W.
James, William, fl. 1689-1695. / [1696] An explanation of the proposal lately given in to the Honourable House of Commons, signed William James. It is humbly proposed that guineas, and all other gold coins now currant, be brought into the Exchequer ...
Jameson, William, fl. 1689-1720. / [1689] Verus Patroclus, or, The weapons of Quakerism, the weakness of Quakerism being a discourse, wherein the choicest arguments for their chief tenets are enervat, and their best defences annihilat : several abominations, not heretofore so directly discovered, unmasked : with a digression explicative of the doctrine anent the necessity of the spirits operation, and an appendix, vindicating, Rom. 9. from the depravations of an Arminian / by William Jamison.
Jameson, William, fl. 1689-1720. / [1697] Nazianzeni querela et votum justum, The fundamentals of the hierarchy examin'd and disprov'd wherein the choicest arguments and defences of ... A.M. ... the author of An enquiry into the new opinions (chiefly) propagated by the Presbyterians in Scotland, the author of The fundamental charter of presbytry, examin'd & disprov'd, and ... the plea they bring from Ignatius's epistles more narrowly discuss'd.../ by William Jameson.
Jane, Joseph, fl. 1600-1660. / [Anno 1660] Salmasius his dissection and confutation of the diabolical rebel Milton in his impious doctrines of falshood, maxims of policies, and destructive principles of hypocrisie, insolences, invectives, injustice, cruelties and calumnies, against His Gracious Soveraign King Charles I : made legible for the satisfaction of all loyal and obedient subjects, but by reason of the rigid inquisition after persons and presses by the late merciless tyrant Oliver Cromwel, durst not be sold publickly in this kingdom, under pain of imprisonment and other intollerable dammages.
Jane, William, 1645-1707. / [1678] The present separation self-condemned and proved to be schism as it is exemplified in a sermon preached upon that subject / by Mr. W. Jenkyn ; and is further attested by divers others of his own persuasion all produced in answer to a letter from a friend.
Jane, William, 1645-1707. / [1689] A letter to a friend, containing some quæries about the new commission for making alterations in the liturgy, canons, &c. of the Church of England
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1674] Mr. James Janeway's legacy to his friends containing twenty seven famous instances of Gods providences in and about sea dangers and deliverances, with the names of several that were eye witnesses to many of them : whereunto is added a sermon on the same subject.
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1674] Invisibles, realities, demonstrated in the holy life and triumphant death of Mr. John Janeway, Fellow of King's Collegde in Cambridge. By James Janeway, Minister of the Gospel