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Joannes, de Mediolano. / [1528] Regimen sanitatis Salerni This boke techyng al people to gouerne them in helthe, is translated out of the Latyne tonge in to englishe by Thomas Paynell. Whiche boke is as profitable [et] as nedefull to be had and redde as any can be to obserue corporall helthe.
Joannes, de Mediolano. / [1607] The Englishmans docter. Or, The schoole of Salerne Or, physicall obseruations for the perfect preseruing of the body of man in continuall health.
Jobert, Louis, 1637-1719. / [1697] The knowledge of medals, or, Instructions for those who apply themselves to the study of medals both ancient and modern from the French.
Jobson, Richard, fl. 1620-1623. / [1623] The golden trade: or, A discouery of the riuer Gambra, and the golden trade of the Aethiopians Also, the commerce with a great blacke merchant, called Buckor Sano, and his report of the houses couered with gold, and other strange obseruations for the good of our owne countrey; set downe as they were collected in trauelling, part of the yeares, 1620. and 1621. By Richard Iobson, Gentleman.
Jocelin, Elizabeth, 1596-1622. / [1624] The mothers legacie, to her vnborne childe. By Elizabeth Iocelin
Jocelin, fl. 1200. / [1625] The life of the glorious bishop S. Patricke apostle and primate of Ireland Togeather with the lives of the holy virgin S. Bridgit and of the glorious abbot Saint Columbe patrons of Ireland.
John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407. / [M.D.XLII. 1542] A sermon of Saint Chrysostome, wherein besyde that it is furnysshed with heuenly wisedome [and] teachinge, he wonderfully proueth, that no man is hurted but of hym selfe: translated into Englishe by the floure of lerned menne in his tyme, Thomas Lupsette Londoner
John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407. / [Anno. 1544] An homilie of Saint John Chrysostome vpon that saying of Saint Paul, Brethern, I wold not haue you ignorant, what is becom of those that slepe, to the end ye lament not. &c. With also a discourse vpon Job, and Abraham, newely made out of Greke into latin by master Cheke, and englished by Tho. Chaloner.
John Chrysostom, Saint, d. 407. / [1659] The golden book of St. John Chrysostom, concerning the education of children translated out of the Greek by J.E., Esq.
John Chrysostum, Saint, d. 407. / [1654] Saint Chrysostome his Parænesis, or Admonition wherein hee recalls Theodorus the fallen. Or generally an exhortation for desperate sinners. / Translated by the Lord Viscount Grandison prisoner in the Tower.
John III Sobieski, King of Poland, 1629-1696. / [1685] Copia literarum Serenissimi Regis Poloniae ad Summum Pontificem A copy of a letter of the most serene King of Poland to His Holiness.
John XXI, Pope, d. 1277. / [not before 23 Aug. 1553] The treasury of healthe conteynyng many profitable medycines gathered out of Hypocrates, Galen and Auycen, by one Petrus Hyspanus [and] translated into Englysh by Humfre Lloyde who hath added therunto the causes and sygnes of euery dysease, wyth the Aphorismes of Hypocrates, and Iacobus de Partybus redacted to a certayne order according to the membres of mans body, and a compendiouse table conteynyng the purginge and confortatyue medycynes, wyth the exposicyo[n] of certayne names [and] weyghtes in this boke contayned wyth an epystle of Diocles vnto kyng Antigonus.
John, of Capistrano, Saint, 1386-1456. / [1621] The pope translated out of the old Dutch coppye, in print all most 50 yeares since, and novv reprinted, 1621.
John, of Garland, ca. 1195-ca. 1272. / [8 October 1496] Multo[rum] vocabuloru[m] equiuocoru[m] intepretatio, Magistri Ioha[n]nis de Garlandia grammatico [et] latini cupido p[er]maxime necessaria, incipit
Johnson, Edward, Gent. / [1659] An examination of the essay, or, An answer to The fifth monarchy by Edward Iohnson ...
Johnson, Francis, 1562-1618. / [1595] A treatise of the ministery of the Church of England Wherein is handled this question, whether it be to be separated from, or joyned vnto. Which is discussed in two letters, the one written for it, the other against it. Wherevnto is annexed, after the preface, A brief declaration of the ordinary officers of the Church of Christ. And, a few positions. Also in the end of the treatise, some notes touching the Lordes prayer. Seuen questions. A table of some principal thinges conteyned in this treatise.
Johnson, Francis, 1562-1618. / [1606] An inquirie and ansvver of Thomas VVhite his discoverie of Brovvnisme. By Francis Iohnson Pastor of the exiled English Church at Amsterdam in Holland
Johnson, Jacob, of Dort in Holland. / [1592] The most rare, strange and wonderfull example of Almightie God, shewed in the citie of Telonne in Prouence, on a cruell Papisticall bishop with the preseruation of the ladie Deormoga, whose life he vowed to haue, his miserable and lamentable ende, and may serue for a most strange example. Also the burning of the church at Argere, with diuers hurts done by lightning, buring a ship of bread and corne, arrested by the gouernour, bound for the reliefe of Telonne, With the great plague of rattes, that filled the whole cittie, a warning to let vs all know our heauenly Father and redeemer, and to repent vs of our sinnes. Witnesse these whose names are here set downe: Iacob Iohnson of Dort in Holland. Peter van Haget of Ancusa marchant. Martin Philips pilot of Dort.
Johnson, James, 1639 or 40-1704. / [1670] Nature inverted, or, Judgement turned into gall delivered in a sermon at the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in York, upon Monday the 18th of July, 1670, being the summer assize held before the Right Honourable Baron Turner and Baron Littleton, the Right Worshipfull Sr. Philip Monckton, Knight, being then High-sheriff of Yorkshire / by James Johnson ...
Johnson, James, 1639 or 40-1704. / [1670] The judge's authority or constitution a sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in York, upon Monday the 7th day of March 1669/70, at the assizes holden for that county before the Right Honourable Baron Littleton, the Right WOrshipfull Sr. Philip Monckton, Knight, being High-sheriff of Yorkshire / by James Johnson ...
Johnson, John, fl. 1602-1657. / [1623] Iohnsons Arithmatick in 2. bookes the first, of vulgare arithma: with diuers briefe and easye rules: to worke all the first 4. partes of arithmatick in whole numbers and fractions by the author newly invented the second, of decimall arithmatick wherby all fractionall operations are wrought, in whole numbers, in marchants accomptes without reduction; with interest, and annuityes by Iohn Iohnson survaighour; practitioner in the mattiematiqu
Johnson, John, fl. 1641. / [1641] The academy of love describing the folly of young men and the fallacie of women / by Iohn Iohnson, Gent.
Johnson, John, M.A. / [1680] Eklampsis tōn dikaiōn, or, The shining forth of the righteous a sermon preached partly upon the death of that reverend and excellent divine, Mr. Stephen Charnock, and in part at the funeral of a godly friend / by John Johnson.
Johnson, John, minister of Methley. / [1648] Balsamum Britannicum, Brittains balm: or, The means of recovery for a languishing kingdom Preached in a sermon before the honourable judges for the Northern Circuite, at the generall assizes holden in the Citie of Yorke, 21. March, 1647. By John Johnson Mr. of A. and minister of Methley in Yorkeshire, [sic]
Johnson, John, professor of holy divinite. / [M.d.xxxv. 1535] An confortable exhortation of oure mooste holy Christen faith, and her frutes Writte[n] (vnto the Christe[n] bretherne in Scotla[n]de) after the poore worde of God.
Johnson, Marmaduke, d. 1674. / [1659] Ludgate, what it is, not what it was, or, A full and clear discovery and description of ... that prison also, an exact catalogue of the legacies now belonging to the said prison, the names of the several donors, and the persons appointed to pay them ... / humbly presented to the Right Honorable Thomas Allen, Lord Mayor of this honorable city by M. Johnson ...
Johnson, Richard. / [1635] The pilgrimage of man, vvandering in a vvildernesse of vvoe wherein is shewed the calamities belonging to man being borne in this world, and how all the principall estates thereof are crossed with misery.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1612] A remembrance of the honors due to the life and death of Robert Earle of Salisbury, Lord Treasurer of England, &c.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1597] The second part of the famous history of the seauen champions of Christendome Likevvise shevving the princely provvesse of Saint Georges three sonnes, the liuely sparke of nobilitie. VVith many other memorial atchiuements worthy the golden spurres of knighthood.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1607] The pleasant vvalkes of Moore-fields Being the guift of two sisters, now beautified, to the continuing fame of this worthy citty.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1649?] The pleasant conceits of Old Hobson the merry Londoner Full of humorous discourses, and witt[y] merryments, whereat the quickest wits may laugh, and the wiser sort take pleasure.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1592] The nine worthies of London explayning the honourable exercise of armes, the vertues of the valiant, and the memorable attempts of magnanimious minds. Pleasant for gentlemen, not vnseemely for magistrates, and most profitable for prentises. Compiled by Richard Iohnson.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1591] Musarum plangores vpon the death of the right honourable, Sir Christopher Hatton, Knight, &c.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1631] The most pleasant history of Tom a Lincolne that renowned souldier, the Red-rose Knight, who for his valour and chivalry, was surnamed the boast of England. Shewing his honourable victories in forraigne countries, with his strange fortunes in the Fayrie land: and how he married the faire Anglitora, daughter to Prester Iohn, that renowned monarke of the world. Together with the lives and deathes of his two famous sonnes, the Blacke Knight, and the Fayrie Knight, with divers other memorable accidents, full of delight.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1596] The most famous history of the seauen champions of Christendome Saint George of England, Saint Dennis of Fraunce, Saint Iames of Spaine, Saint Anthonie of Italie, Saint Andrew of Scotland, Saint Pattricke of Ireland, and Saint Dauid of Wales. Shewing their honorable battailes by sea and land: their tilts, iousts, and turnaments for ladies: their combats vvith giants, monsters, and dragons: their aduentures in forraine nations; their inchauntments in the holie land: their knighthoods, prowesse, and chiualrie, in Europe, Affrica, and Asia, with their victories against the enemies of Christ.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [ca. 1701] The life and death of the famous Thomas Stukely an English gentleman in the time of Queen Elizabeth, who was kill'd in the battle of the Three Kings of Barbary.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [ca. 1701] The life and death of the famous Thomas Stukely an English gallant in time of Queen Elizabeth, who ended his life in a battel [o]f three kings of Barbary. Tune is, King Henry's going to Bulloign, &c.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [ca. 1700] The life and death of the famous Thomas Stukely An English gentleman in the time of Queen Elizabeth, who ended his life in the baetle of the three kings of Barbary.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1603] A lanterne-light for loyall subiects. Or, A terrour for traytours Wherein may be seene the odiousnesse of treason, the deserued ende of traytours, and the wonderfull preseruation of anoynted princes. A matter rightly agreeing with this time of danger, where wicked persons haue desired our publike sorrow, and the ruine of this realme of England.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1620] The golden garland of princely pleasures and delicate delights Wherin is conteined the histories of many of the kings, queenes, princes, lords, ladies, knights, and gentlewomen of this kingdome. Being most pleasant songs and sonnets to sundry new tunes now most in vse: the third time imprinted, enlarged and corrected by Rich. Iohnson. Deuided into two parts.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1696] The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom St. George of England, St. Denis of France, St. James of Spain, St. Anthony of Italy, St. Andrew of Scotland, St. Patrick of Ireland, and St. David of Wales. Shewing their honourable battels by sea and land: their tilts, justs, turnaments, for ladies: their combats with gyants, monsters and dragons: their adventures in foreign nations: their enchantments in the Holy Land: their knighthoods, prowess, and chivalry, in Europe, Africa, and Asia; with their victories against the enemies of Christ. Also the true manner and places of their deaths, being seven tragedies: and how they came to be called, the seven saints of Christendom. The first part.
Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? / [1612] A crovvne garland of goulden roses Gathered out of Englands royall garden. Being the liues and strange fortunes of many great personages of this land. Set forth in many pleasant new songs and sonetts neuer before imprinted. By Richard Iohnson.
Johnson, Richard, 17th cent. / [1648] A letter from the head-qvarters, at St. Albanes, communicating the proceedings of the generall councell of the Army the weeke past: setting downe such queries by the officers and souldiers, as were presented to the generall and councell. Written to a friend in London, November, 10.
Johnson, Richard, 17th cent. / [1642] The last intelligence from Ireland received Febrvary the first, 1641.
Johnson, Richard, 17th cent. / [1642] Good and trve nevves from Ireland in a letter sent to Mr. Francis Clay in Lumber-street and by him received Ianuary 24, 1641 : vvith a confirmation of another letter to the same effect, by the relating the late exployts of the English forces there.
Johnson, Robert, 17th cent. / [1690] A letter from Dublin; of April the second Giving an account of the posture of affairs there; as also of the nnmbers [sic] of the French that are landed in that kingdom, and of the Irish that are sent over to France, with several other important matters. Liverpoole, April 12. 1690. Licensed, April 16. 1690.
Johnson, Robert, b. 1640? / [1700] Praxis medicinæ reformata: = or, The practice of physick reformed Being an epitome of the whole art: wherein is briefly shewed, the true causes, signs, prognosticks, and cure, of most diseases. Published for the benefit of all persons. By Robert Johnson, Med. Professor.
Johnson, Robert, b. 1640? / [1684] Enchiridion medicum, or, A manual of physick being a compendium of the whole art, in three parts ... : wherein is briefly shewed 1. the names, 2. the derivation, 3. the causes, 4. the signs, 5. the prognosticks, and 6. a rational method of cure ... / by Robert Johnson, Med. professor.
Johnson, Robert, chaplain to the Bishop of Lincoln. / [1609] Dauids teacher, or The true teacher of the right-vvay to heauen Discouering erroneous teachers and seditious sectuaries. Preached at Paules-Crosse the 3. of September. 1609. By Ro: Iohnson, M. of Arts, chaplaine to the Right Reuerend Father in God, the L. Bishop of Lincolne.
Johnson, Robert, d. 1670. / [1647] Lux & lex, or The light and the lavv of Jacobs house: held forth in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons at St Margarets Westminster March 31. 1647. being the day of publike humiliation. / By Robert Johnson, Eboraicus, one of the Assembly of Divines.
Johnson, Robert, fl. 1586-1626. / [1609] Nova Britannia offering most excellent fruites by planting in Virginia : exciting all such as be well affected to further the same.
Johnson, Robert, fl. 1586-1626. / [1601] Essaies, or rather Imperfect offers, by Rob. Iohnson Gent. Seene and allowed
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1688] The way to peace amongst all Protestants: being a letter of reconciliation sent by Bp. Ridley to Bp. Hooper, with some observations upon it. Licensed, July the 14. 1688.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1687?] The tryal and examination of a late libel, intituled, A new test of the Church of Englands loyalty with some reflections upon an additional libel, intituled, An instance of the Church of Englands loyalty.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1688] The true mother church, or, A short practical discourse upon Acts II, concerning the first church at Jerusalem
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1684] A sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor and aldermen at Guildhall-Chappel, on Palm-Sunday, 1679 and now published as it was then delivered / by Samuel Johnson ...
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1700] The second part of The confutation of the Ballancing letter containing an occasional discourse in vindication of Magna Charta.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1689] Remarks upon Dr. Sherlock's book intituled The case of resistance of the supreme powers stated and resolved, according to the doctrine of the Holy Scriptures written in the year 1683, by Samuel Johnson.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1689] Reflections on the History of passive obedience by Samuel Johnson.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1689] The opinion is this, that resistance may be vsed, in case our religion and rights should be invaded
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1688] Purgatory prov'd by miracles collected out of Roman-Catholick authors : with some remarkable histories relating to British, English, and Irish saints : with a preface concerning the miracles.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1688] Of magistracy
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1694] Notes upon the Phœnix edition of the Pastoral letter Part I / by Samvel Johnson.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1689?] A letter from a freeholder, to the rest of the freeholders of England, and all others, who have votes in the choice of Parliament-men
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1679] A letter from a freeholder of Buckinghamshire, to a friend in London, concerning the election of the knights of the said county
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1689] Julian's arts to undermine and extirpate Christianity together with answers to Constantius the Apostate, and Jovian / by Samuel Johnson.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [MDCLXXXII 1682] Julian the apostate being a short account of his life, the sense of the primitive Christians about his succession and their behaviour towards him : together with a comparison of popery and paganism.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1693] An essay concerning Parliaments at a certainty, or, The kalends of May by Samvel Johnson.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1698] A confutation of a late pamphlet intituled, A letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in time of peace, with the dangers that may follow on it
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1692] An argument proving, that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family, to throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government, and prescribed by it in opposition to all the false and treacherous hypotheses, of usurpation, conquest, desertion, and of taking the powers that are upon content / by Samuel Johnson.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1679] An ansvver to a letter from a freeholder of Buckingham-shire to a friend in London concerning the election of the knights of the said country.
Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703. / [1688] The absolute impossibility of transubstantiation demonstrated
Johnson, Thomas, d. 1644. / [1630] A nevv booke of new conceits with a number of nouelties annexed threreunto. Whereof some be profitable, some necessary, some strange, none hurtful, and all delectable. By Thomas Iohnson.
Johnson, Thomas, d. 1644. / [1595] Cornucopiæ, or diuers secrets wherein is contained the rare secrets in man, beasts, foules, fishes, trees, plantes, stones and such like, most pleasant and profitable, and not before committed to bee printed in English. Newlie drawen out of diuers Latine authors into English by Thomas Iohnson.
Johnson, Thomas, d. 1644. / [1595] A lokinge glasse for eche estate, wherin to weue the fickle fate
Johnson, Thomas, d. 1644. / [1630] Dainty conceits with a number of rare and witty inuentions, neuer before printed. Made and inuented for honest recreation, to passe away idle houres. By Thomas Iohnson.
Johnson, Thomas, minister of Woolborough. / [1640] Stand up to your beliefe, or, A combat betweene Satan tempting, and A Christian triumphing in the comfort of the Creed. By Tho. Iohnson. a. preach. of WolBorrow in Devon. 1640
Johnson, Thomas, volunteer in the Lord Dungarvan's troope. / [1642] Victorious newes from Ireland brought over Aug. 24 wherein is declared three victorious battels, obtained by these worthies, namely, the Lord Moore, the Lord Inchqvid, and Colonell Vavasork neere the city of Trim and Dungarvan, wherein was slain above 200 of the rebels, and not above 200 of the Protestant partio : likewise another famous victory obtained by the Lord Moore against the rebels, with the number of those that were slain on both sides : which happy tidings was read in the House of Commons, and immediately ordered to be printed.
Johnson, Thomas, volunteer in the Lord Dungarvan's troope. / [1642] A trve relation of Gods providence in the province of Mvnster in delivering them from the hands of ther enemies and giving them a great victory : related in a letter / sent from a gentleman, a voluntier in the Lord Dungarvans troope to a worthy friend of his in London.
Johnson, William, 1583-1663. / [1661] Novelty represt, in a reply to Mr. Baxter's answer to William Johnson wherein the oecumenical power of the four first General Councils is vindicated, the authority of bishops asserted, the compleat hierarcy of church government established, his novel succession evacuated, and professed hereticks demonstrated to be no true parts of the visible Church of Christ / by William Johnson.
Johnson, William, D.D. / [1664] Deus nobiscum a sermon preached upon a great deliverance at sea : with the narrative of the dangers and deliverances : with the name of the master and those that suffered : together with the name of the ship and owners / by William Johnson, Dr. of Divinity.
Johnson, William, fl. 1652-1678. / [1665] Agyrto-mastix, or, Some brief animadversions upon two late treatises one of Master George Thomsons, entituled Galeno-pale, the other of Master Thomas O'Dowdes, called The poor mans physitian : with a short appendix relating to the Company of Apothecaries / by William Johnson, chymist to the Kings Colledge of Physitians in London.
Johnston, Robert, one of the elders of Edenborough. / [1642] A letter from Mr. Robert Iohnston, one of the Elders of Edenborough, directed to Master VVilliam Agard in Cambridge, with a petition of the English there inclosed, to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. Also Master Agards letter to his friend in London, conteyning matters of great moment, tending to the pacification of the miserable distractions of these present times.
Johnstoun, Arthur, 1587-1641. / [1619] Consilium collegii medici Parisiensis de mania G. Eglishemii, quam prodidit scripto cui titulus, Duellum poëticum pro dignitate paraphraseos Psalmi CIIII decertantibus G. [brace] Eglishemio Medico, Buchanano Pædonomo [brace] regio, quod Parisiensis Academiæ iudicio submisit.
Jole, William, d. ca. 1702. / [1680] A vvarning to drunkards by the sad and suddain death of John Woolman, of Sarret, in the county of Hartford. With a letter of exhortation written to the people on that sorrowful occasion. By William Jole, minister of Sarret.
Jole, William, d. ca. 1702. / [1671] Comfortable words to afflicted consciences together with a short advice to ministers how to handle them : and also Mansio Christiana, or, The Christians mansion-house, being a sermon preached on the Lords-day, 7th Feb., Anno Dom. 1668 at the funeral of Mrs. Martha Walmisley, the wife of Mr. Charles Walmisley, minister of Chesham magna in the county of Bucks / by William Jole ...
Jonas, Justus, 1493-1555. / [1546] The true historie of the Christen departynge of the reuere[n]de ma[n] D. Martyne Luther, collected by Iustus Ionas, Michael Celius, and Ioannes Aurifaber whych were present therat, & translated into Englysh by Iohan Bale
Jones, D. (David), fl. 1676-1720. / [1698] A theatre of wars between England and France in all the kings reigns, from the time of William the Conqueror to the conclusion of the peace, on the 10th of September, 1697 ... : with a map of England and France on a copper plate / by D. Jones.
Jones, D. (David), fl. 1676-1720. / [1697] The secret history of White-Hall, from the restoration of Charles II down to the abdication of the late K. James writ at the request of a noble lord, and conveyed to him in letters, by ̲̲̲late secretary-interpreter to the Marquess of Louvois, who by that means had the perusal of all the private minutes between England and France for many years : the whole consisting of secret memoirs, which have hitherto lain conceal'd, as not being discoverable by any other hand / publish'd from the original papers, by D. Jones, gent.
Jones, D. (David), fl. 1676-1720. / [MDCXCVII 1697] A continuation of the secret history of White-hall from the abdication of the late K. James in 1688 to the year 1696 writ at the request of a noble lord ... : the whole consisting of secret memoirs ... : published from the original papers : together with The tragical history of the Stuarts ... / by D. Jones ...
Jones, D. (David), fl. 1676-1720. / [1692] Mr. David Jones's vindication against the Athenian Mercury concerning usury
Jones, D. (David), fl. 1676-1720. / [1699] A compleat history of Europe, or, A view of the affairs thereof, civil and military from the beginning of the Treaty of Nimeguen, 1676, to the conclusion of the peace with the Turks, 1699 including the articles of the former, and the several infringements of them, the Turkish Wars, the forming of the Grand Confederacy, the revolution in England, &c. : with a particular account of all the actions by sea and land on both sides, and the secret steps that have been made towards a peace, both before, as well as during the last negotiation : wherein are the several treaties at large, the whole intermix'd with divers original letters, declarations, papers and memoirs, never before published / written by a gentleman, who kept an exact journal of all transactions, for above these thirty years.
Jones, David, 1663-1724? / [1698] A sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford, upon Act-Sunday, at St. Mary's in Oxford, 1698 by David Jones ...
Jones, David, 1663-1724? / [1699] A sermon upon Ember-Week, preached before the University of Oxford, at Christ-Church in Oxford, 1698 by David Jones ...
Jones, David, 1663-1724? / [1690] A sermon preached at Christ-Church, London, November the 2d, 1690 by David Jones ...
Jones, David, 1663-1724? / [1692] A sermon of the absolute necessity of family-duties preached to the united parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth & St. Mary Woolchurch-Haw in Lombard-Street / by David Jones ...
Jones, David, 1663-1724? / [1692] A farewel-sermon preached to the united parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth & St. Mary Woolchurch-Haw in Lombard-Street by David Jones
Jones, David, 1663-1724? / [1692] A brief vindication of the late farewell-sermon preached to the united parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth, and St. Mary Wool-church-Haw in Lombard-Street By David Jones, student of Christ-Church, Oxon.
Jones, E. (Evan) / [1672] Deceivers made manifest There hath been a controversie in this nation of England, and dominion of Wales, and in many other nations, both far and near, between the people (by scorners) called Quakers, and the bishops, priests and clergy, and with others that went before them, concerning the right way and worship of the Lord.
Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. / [1667] A sermon preached at the consecration of the Right Reverend Father in God Ambrose Lord Bishop of Kildare in Christ-Church, Dublin, June 29, 1667 / by the right reverend father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of Meath.
Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. / [1660] A sermon preach't at Christs-Church Dublin before the generall convention of Ireland. May 24. 1660. By Henry Jones D.D. Vicechancellour of the University of Dublin and Bishop of Clogher.
Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. / [1679] A sermon of antichrist preached at Christ-Church, Dublin, Novemb. 12, 1676 / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of Meath.
Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. / [1679] A sermon at the funeral of James Margetson, D.D. late Arch-Bishop of Armagh, and Primate of all Ireland preached at Christ Church, Dublin, Aug. 30, 1678 / by the R.R. Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of Meath ; whereunto is added a funeral oration on that occasion, in the name of the University of Dublin, at the herse of him their Vice Chancellor.
Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. / [1647] Saint Patricks purgatory containing the description, originall, progresse, and demolition of that superstitious place / by Henry Jones ...
Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. / [1641 i.e. 1642] A perfect relation of the beginning and continuation of the Irish-rebellion, from May last, to this present 12th , of January, 1641 with the place where and persons who did plot, contrive, and put in execution that Romish damnable designe : as also their inhumane cruelties which they have and still execute with divellish hatred upon the Protestants / written by a worthy Gentleman and sent over by a merchant now dwelling in Dublin ; whereunto is annexed the merchants letter who sent the copy of this relation : with another letter wherein is truely related the battell fought betwixt our English and the Rebels on the tenth of January as a town called Swords eight miles from Dublin.
Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652. / [1634] The temple of love A masque. Presented by the Queenes Majesty, and her ladies, at White-hall on Shrove-Tuesday, 1634. By Inigo Iones, surveyor of his Maties. workes, and William Davenant, her Maties. servant.
Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652. / [1655] The most notable antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly called Stone-Heng on Salisbvry plain restored by Inigo Jones ...
Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652. / [1637 i.e. 1638] Britannia triumphans a masque, presented at White Hall, by the Kings Majestie and his lords, on the Sunday after Twelfth-night, 1637. By Inigo Iones surveyor of his Majesties workes, and William Davenant her Majesties servant.
Jones, John, 1645-1709. / [1700] The mysteries of opium reveal'd by Dr. John Jones ... ; who, I. Gives an account of the name, make, choice, effects, &c. of opium, II. Proves all former opinions of its operation to be meer chimera's, III. Demonstrates what its true cause is, by which he easily, and mechanically explains all (even its most mysterious) effects, IV. Shews its noxious principle, and how to separate it, thereby rendering it a safe, and noble panacea, whereof, V. He shews the palliative, and curative use.
Jones, John, 1645-1709. / [anno. M DC XC VIII. 1698] De morbis hibernorum; speciatim vero de dysenteria hibernica exercitatio medica; apud Academiam Dubliniensem, (kalend. quintilis, MDCXCVII.) pro gradu doctoratus in medicina, recitata, a Johanne Jones, M. D. Accesserunt sub calcem nonnulla, De dysenteria epidemica.
Jones, John, d. 1660. / [1642] Christvs dei, or, A theologicall discourse wherein is proved that regall or monarchicall power is not of humane but of divine right and that God is the sole efficient cause thereof and not the people : also, that every monarch is above the whole common-wealth and is not onely major singislis, but major vniversis : written in answer to a late printed pamphlet intituled Observations upon some of His Majesties late answers and expresses.
Jones, Nathaniel, of Bridgewater. / [1654] To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland and Ireland. The humble petition of Nathaniel Iones of Bridgewater, in the county of Sommerset, clerk.
Jones, Richard, 1603-1673. / [1653] Testûn testament newudd ein Harglwydd a'n Jachawdwr Jesu Grist yn benhillion cymraeg mewn egwyddoraidd drefn, a ofodwyd allau trwy lafûr / Ri. Jones ... yn Sir Drefaldwyn ... ; fo chwanegwyd atto epitome ô lyfr cyntaf Moses yr hwn a elwir Genesis ...
Jones, Richard, fl. 1564-1602. / [1590] The booke of honor and armes
Jones, Robert, fl. 1597-1615. / [1609] A musicall dreame. Or The fourth booke of ayres the first part is for the lute, two voyces, and the viole de gambo; the second part is for the lute, the viole and foure voices to sing: the third part is for one voyce alone, or to the lute, the basse viole, or to both if you please, vvhereof, two are Italian ayres. Composed by Robert Iones.
Jones, Robert, fl. 1597-1615. / [1600] The first booke of songes & ayres of foure parts with tableture for the lute So made that all the parts together, or either of them severally may be song to the lute, orpherian or viol de gambo. Composed by Robert Iones.
Jones, Robert, fl. 1597-1615. / [1607] Cantus The first set of madrigals, of 3.4.5.6.7.8. parts for viols and voices, or for voices alone, or as you please. Composed by Robert Iones.
Jones, Sarah. / [1644] To Sions louers, being a golden egge to avoid infection, or, A short step into the doctrine of laying on of hands to provoke such as have time, hart, and parts to prosecute, resting upon the promise the tongue of the stutterers shall speake plaine, and out the mouthes of babes, Jehovah shall have praise : looke not to Scottish, nor Dutch, New-England, nor olde, behold the pattern, the Apostles fellowship and so goe up by the tents of the shepheards.
Jones, Sarah. / [1650] This is lights appearance in the truth to all the precious dear lambs of the life dark vanished, light shines forth: set forth by Sarah Iones
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713. / [1683] Newydd oddiwrth y ser: neu almanac am y flwyddyn, 1683. yr hon iw 'r drydydd ar ôl blwyddyn naid. / O wneuthyriad Tho. Jones myfyriwr yn sywedyddiaeth.
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713. / [1685] Newydd oddiwrth y ser: neu almanac am y flwyddyn o oedran [brace] Y byd 5634. Crist 1685. Yr hon iw 'r gyntaf ar ôl blwyddyn naid. Yn yr hwn a cynhwyfwyd amriw o bethau newyddion na byant yn brintiedig erioed ôr blaen. / O wneuthuriad Thomas Jones myfyriwr yn sywedyddiaeth. ; Y chweched argraphied.
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713. / [1684] Newydd oddiwrth y seêr: neu almanac am y flwyddyn 1684, yr hon a elwir blwyddyn naid. Yr hwn fy gyflawnach, a helaethach nag yr un ar a wnaed o'i flaen ef. Ag ynddo a tyftiolaethwyd mae 'r gymraeg iw 'r jaith hynaf, ar jaith oedd gyntaf yn y bŷd. : Hereunto is added, A direction to English scholars, shewing them by a plain and easie way, how to pronouce and read Welch perfectly. / O wneutburiad Tho. Jones, mysyriwr yn sywedyddiaeth.
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713. / [1687] Almanac am y flwŷddŷn o oedran [brace] y bŷd 5637. Crist 1688. (Yr hon fŷ flwŷddŷn naid,) yn cynnwŷs amrŷw o bethau newŷddion na bŷant argraphedig yn gymraeg erioed or blaen. / O wneuthuriad Thomas Jones. ; Y nawfed argraphiad.
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713. / [1688] The British language in its lustre, or, A copious dictionary of Welsh and English containing many more British words than are in Mr. Davies's Antiquae lingue Britannicae dictionarium duplex ... / compiled by the great pains and industry of Tho. Jones.
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713. / [1681] Alma[nack] Am y flwyddyn 16[81] Yr hon iw'r gyntaf ar óì bissextile neu glwyddyn-naid. Ac ynddo a cynhwyfwyd, dyddiau 'r mis, a dyddiau 'r wythnos, a dyddiau hynod a gwylion: a summudiad yr arwyddion, a chodiad a machludiad yr haul beunydd, ag amcan am yr hín, a newidiad ag oedran y lleuad, wedi cymhwyso i feridian, fes, i hanerdydd cymru: a chyfarchwyliad am ysmonaeth, a physegwriaeth. Ac atto hefyd y chwanegwyd, hyfforddiad i ddyseu darllen cymraeg, ac i fwro cyfrifon, ag amryw bethau eraill fydd gyflcus iw deall. A thai caniadau newyddion. O waith Thomas Jones carwr dysgeidiaeth, a studiwr yn sywedyddiaeth. Yr ail Brintiad.
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713. / [1686] [Newydd oddiwrth y ser] [neu almanac am y flwyddyn 1686]
Jones, William, 1561-1636. / [1635] A commentary vpon the Epistles of Saint Paul to Philemon, and to the Hebrewes together with a compendious explication of the second and third Epistles of Saint Iohn. By VVilliam Iones of East Bergholt in Suffolke, Dr. in Divinity, and sometimes one of the fellowes of the foundation of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge.
Jones, William, b. 1581 or 2. / [1633] The true inquisition or The sad soules search Preached at Newport, May 29. 1632 in the primary visitation of the worshipfull Mr. Edvvard Burbye, Archdeacon of Winton. dBy W. Iones, B. of D. preacher to the Isle of Wight, and Vicar of Arreton.
Jones, William, b. 1581 or 2. / [1625] A treatise of patience in tribulation first, preached before the Right Honourable the Countesse of Southampton in her great heauines for the death of her most worthy husband and sonne: afterward inlarged for the helpe of all that are any way afflicted crossed or troubled. By William Iones B. of D. and P. of Arraton in the Isle of Wight. Herevnto are ioyned the teares of the Isle of Wight, shed on the tombe of their most noble Captaine Henrie Earle of Southampton and the Lord Wriothesly his sonne.
Jones, William, b. 1581 or 2. / [1614] The mysterie of Christes natiuitie A sermon preached in the parish church of All-Saints in Dorchester, within the countie of Dorset, the 25. day of December 1613. being Christmas Daye. By William Iones, Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods Word.
Jones, William, b. 1581 or 2. / [1631] A briefe exhortation to all men to set their houses in order. By William Iones B. of D. Preacher to the Isle of Wight
Jones, William, fl. 1679-1710. / [1679] Work for a cooper being an answer to a libel, written by Thomas Wynne the cooper, the ale-man, the quack, and the speaking-Quaker : with a brief account how that dissembling people differ at this day from what at first they were / by one who abundantly pities their ignorance and folly.
Jones, William, of Usk. / [1607] Gods vvarning to his people of England By the great ouer-flowing of the vvaters or floudes lately hapned in South-wales and many other places. Wherein is described the great losses, and wonderfull damages, that hapned thereby: by the drowning of many townes and villages, to the vtter vndooing of many thousandes of people.
Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682. / [1682] A just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the two last parliaments
Jones, William, Sir, 1631-1682. / [1689] The design of enslaving England discovered in the incroachments upon the powers and privileges of Parliament by K. Charles II being a new corrected impression of that excellent piece intituled, A just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments of King Charles the Second.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [An⁰ D. 1616] The workes of Beniamin Ionson
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1609] A pleasant comedy, called: The case is alterd As it hath beene sundry times acted by the children of the Black-friers. Written by Ben. Ionson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [MDCXXXI. 1631] The nevv inne. Or, The light heart A comoedy. As it was neuer acted, but most negligently play'd, by some, the Kings Seruants. And more squeamishly beheld, and censured by others, the Kings subiects. 1629. Now, at last, set at liberty to the readers, his Maties seruants, and subiects, to be iudg'd. 1631. By the author, B. Ionson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1624] Neptunes triumph for the returne of Albion celebrated in a masque at the court on the Twelfth night 1623.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1630. i.e. 1631] Loues triumph through Callipolis Performed in a masque at court 1630. By his Maiestie with the lords, and gentlemen assisting. The inuentors. Ben. Ionson. Inigo Iones.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1606] Hymenaei: or The solemnities of masque, and barriers magnificently performed on the eleventh, and twelfth nights, from Christmas; at court: to the auspicious celebrating of the marriage-vnion, betweene Robert, Earle of Essex, and the Lady Frances, second daughter to the most noble Earle of Suffolke. By Ben: Ionson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1625] The fortunate isles and their vnion Celebrated in a masque design'd for the court, on the Twelfth night. 1624.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1601] The fountaine of selfe-loue. Or Cynthias reuels As it hath beene sundry times priuately acted in the Black-Friers by the Children of her Maiesties Chappell. Written by Ben: Iohnson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1601] Euery man in his humor As it hath beene sundry times publickly acted by the right Honorable the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants. Written by Ben. Iohnson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1641] The divell is an asse a comedie acted in the yeare 1616, by His Majesties servants / the author, Ben. Iohnson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1600] The comicall satyre of euery man out of his humor. As it was first composed by the author B.I. Containing more than hath been publickely spoken or acted. VVith the seuerall character of euery person
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1608] The characters of two royall masques The one of blacknesse, the other of beautie. personated by the most magnificent of queenes Anne Queene of great Britaine, &c. With her honorable ladyes, 1605. and 1608. at White-hall: and inuented by Ben: Ionson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1631] Chloridia Rites to Chloris and her nymphs. Personated in a masque, at court. By the Queenes Maiesty and her ladies. At Shroue-tide. 1630.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1611] Catiline his conspiracy· VVritten by Ben: Ionson
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1640] Ben: Ionson's execration against Vulcan· VVith divers epigrams by the same author to severall noble personages in this kingdome. Never published before.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1631] Bartholmew fayre : a comedie, acted in the yeare, 1614 by the Lady Elizabeths seruants, and then dedicated to King Iames, of most blessed memorie ; The diuell is an asse : a comedie acted in the yeare, 1616, by His Maiesties seruants ; The staple of newes : a comedie acted in the yeare, 1625, by His Maiesties seruants by the author, Beniamin Iohnson.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1604] B. Ion: his part of King Iames his royall and magnificent entertainement through his honorable cittie of London, Thurseday the 15. of March. 1603 so much as was presented in the first and last of their triumphall arch's. With his speach made to the last presentation, in the Strand, erected by the inhabitants of the Dutchy, and Westminster. Also, a briefe panegyre of his Maiesties first and well auspicated entrance to his high Court of Parliament, on Monday, the 19. of the same moneth. With other additions.
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637. / [1612] The alchemist. VVritten by Ben. Ionson
Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. / [1657] An history of the wonderful things of nature set forth in ten severall classes wherein are contained I. The wonders of the heavens, II. Of the elements, III. Of meteors, IV. Of minerals, V. Of plants, VI. Of birds, VII. Of four-footed beasts, VIII. Of insects, and things wanting blood, IX. Of fishes, X. Of man / written by Johannes Jonstonus, and now rendred into English by a person of quality.
Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. / [1657] An history of the constancy of nature wherein by comparing the latter age with the former, it is maintained that the world doth not decay universally in respect of it self, or the heavens, elements, mixt bodies, meteors, minerals, plants, animals, nor man in his age, stature, strength, or faculties of his minde, as relating to all arts and science / by John Jonston of Poland.
Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675. / [1678] A description of the nature of four-footed beasts with their figures en[graven in brass] / written in Latin by Dr. John Johnston ; translated into English by J.P.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1665?] Wit in a wildernesse of promiscuous poesie by the author Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1678] The triumphs of London performed on Tuesday, October XXIX, 1678, for the entertainment of the right honourable and truly noble pattern of prudence and loyalty, Sir James Edwards, knight, Lord Mayor of the city of London, containing a true description of the several pageants with the speeches spoken on each pageant, together with the songs sung in this solemnity, all set forth at the proper costs and charges of the worshipful company of grocers / designed and composed by Tho. Jordan, gent.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1675] The triumphs of London performed on Friday, Octob. 29, 1675, for the entertainment of the Right Honourable and truly noble pattern of prudence and loyalty, Sir Joseph Sheldon, Kt., Lord Mayor of the city of London : containing a true description of the several pageants, with the speeches spoken on each pageant : together with several songs sung at this solemnity : all set forth at the proper costs and charges of the worshipful company of drapers / designed and composed by Tho. Jordan ...
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1663] Tricks of youth, or, The walks of Islington and Hogsdon with the humours of Woodstreet-compter a comedy, as it was publickly acted nineteen dayes together with extraordinary applause / written by Tho. Jordan, Gent.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1642] A speech to the people, or, A briefe and reall discovery of the unhappy estate of these most distracted times with a necessary caution to all good subjects / vvritten by T. I. gent. ...
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1660] A speech spoken to His Excellency the Lord General Monck at Skinners-Hall on Wednesday, being the 4th. of April 1660 : at which time he was nobly entertained by that honourable company / written by Thomas Jorden.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1660] A speech made to his Excellency the Lord General Monck, and the Council of State, at Goldsmiths Hall in London, the tenth day of April, 1660. At which time they were entertained by that honourable company. After a song in four parts, at the conclusion of a chorus, enter a sea-captain.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1660] A speech made to his Excellency George Monck General, &c. the twelfth day of Aprill, M.DC.LX. At a solemn entertainment at Vinteners-Hal. Wherein his illustrious virtues are shaddowed forth under the emblem of a vine.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1642] Rules to know a royall king, from a disloyall subject. With an exact account given of the jewels of the crowne of England. Whereunto is added, a touch-stone for a traitor. VVritten by the Kings friend, and a lover of the Common-wealth, Tho: Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1668] Selfe, or, A riddle called the monster by T.J.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1663] A royal arbor of loyal poesie consisting of poems and songs digested into triumph, elegy, satyr, love & drollery / composed by Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1637] Poeticall varieties: or, Varietie of fancies. By Tho. Iordan Gent
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1643] Piety, and poesy. Contracted. By T. J.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1663] A new droll, or, The counter-scuffle. The second part acted in the middle of High-Lent between the goalers and the prisoners : very pleasant and delghtful [sic] / by J. Jordan, gent.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1641] Pictures of passions, fancies, & affections poetically deciphered, in variety of characters / by Tho. Jordan, Gent.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1668] Money is an asse a comedy, as it hath been acted with good applause / written by Tho. Jordain ...
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1680?] The muses melody in a consort of poetrie with diverse occasionall and compendious epistles / composed by the author Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1676] Londons triumphs express'd in sundry representations, pageants, and shows, performed on Monday, Octob. 30, 1676, at the inauguration and instalment of the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Davies, Kt., Lord Mayor of the city of London : containing a true description of the several scenes and habits of the representers, with the speeches spoken on each pageant / designed and composed by Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1641] A medicine for the times, or, An antidote against faction written by T.J.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1671] London's resurrection to joy and triumph expressed in sundry shews, shapes, scenes, speeches and songs in parts celebrious to the much-meriting magistrate Sir George Waterman, knight, Lord Mayor of the city of London : at the peculiar and proper expences of the worshipful Company of Skinners / written by Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1642] London's ioyfull gratulation, and thankfull remembrance for their safeties presented to the Right Honourable their excellencies, the most noble Earle of Essex, and the most noble Robert, Earle of Warwick : both generals of the present forces raised for the defence of this kingdome, with the generall joy for their safe coming hither.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1679] London in luster projecting many bright beams of triumph disposed into several representations of scenes and pageants : performed with great splendor on Wednesday, October XXIX, 1679, at the initiation and instalment of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Clayton, Knight, Lord Mayor of the city of London ... : all set forth at the proper cost and charges of the worshipful Company of Drapers / devised and composed by Tho. Jordan, Gent.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1673] London in its splendor consisting of triumphant pageants, whereon are represented many persons richly arrayed, properly habited, and significant to the design : with several speeches and a song, suitable to the solemnity : all prepared for the honour of the prudent magistrate, Sir William Hooker, Kt., Lord Mayor of the city of London, at the peculiar expences of the Worshipful Company of Grocers : as also, a description of His Majesties royal entertainment at Guildhall, by the city, in a plentiful feast, and a glorious banquet / written by Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [166-?] Jevvels of ingenuity, set in a coronet of poetry by the industry of T.J.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1674] The goldsmiths' jubile, or, Londons triumphs containing, a description of the several pageants, on which are represented, emblematical figures, artful pieces of architecture, and rural dancing : with the speeches spoken on each pageant : performed Octob. 29, 1674, for the entertainment of the Right Honourable and truly noble pattern of prudence and loyalty, Sir Robert Vyner, Kt. & Bar, Lord Mayor of the city of London : at the proper costs and charges of the worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, the Kings Most Sacred Majesty and His Royal Consort, Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Dutchess of York, Prince Rupert, the Duke of Monmouth, several foreign embassadours, chief nobility, and secretaries of state, honouring the city with their presence / composed by Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1646] Divine raptvres; or, Piety in poesie digested into a queint diversity of sacred fancies / composed by Tho. Iordan ...
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1657] Fancy's festivals a masque, as it hath been privately presented by many civil persons of quality : and now at their requests newly printed with many various and delightful new songs, for the further illustration of every scene / written by Tho. Jordan ...
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1660?] Divinity and morality in robes of poetry composed for the recreations of the courteous and ingenious by the author Tho. Jordan.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1642] A diurnall of dangers. VVherein are manifested and brought to light, many great and unheard-of discoveries. To the admiration of all who have eares to heare, or strong hearts to endure. Found out and published in the yeare of just jealousies, apparant plots, fatall feares, and single securities. 1642. VVritten by T.J.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1644] The debtors apologie, or, A quaint paradox proving that it is good to be in debt, and, in this age, may be usefull for all men by T. J.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1662] A cure for the tongue-evill, or, A receipt against vain oaths being a plain and profitable poem, shewing the hainousness of common swearing, with reasons against it, and remedies for it / by T.I., an hearty well-wisher to his king, church, and country.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1650?] Claraphil and Clarinda in a forrest of fancies. By Tho: Jordan, Gent.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1642] The Christian souldier. Or, Preparation for battaile. A legend containing true rules for a souldier, in whom at once is met religion and resolution. Published by a well-willer to the gown and sword, T.J.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1648] The anarchie or the blest reformation since 1640. Being a new song, wherein the people expresse their thankes and pray for the reformers. To be said or sung of all the well affected of the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales, before the breaking up of this unhappy Parliament. To a rare new tune.
Jordan, Thomas, 1612?-1685? / [1648] The anarchie or the blessed reformation since 1640. Being a new caroll wherein the people expresse their thankes and pray for the reformers. To be said or sung of all the well affected of the kingdome of England and dominion of Wales, before they eate any plumbroth at Christmasse. To a rare new tune.
Jorden, Edward, 1569-1632. / [1669] A discourse of natural bathes, and mineral waters wherein, the original of fountains in general is declared, the nature and difference of minerals with examples of particular bathes, the generation of minerals in the earth, from whence both the actual heat of bathes, and their virtues proceed, by what means mineral waters are to be discover'd, and lastly, of the nature and uses of bathes, but especially of our bathes at Bathe, in Someerset-shire / by Edw. Jorden, Doctor in Physick.
Josephus, Flavius. / [1676] The works of Josephus with great diligence revised and amended according to the excellent French translation of Monsieur Arnauld D'Andilly : also the Embassy of Philo Judæus to the Emperor Caius Caligula :
Josephus, Flavius. / [1602] The famous and memorable vvorkes of Iosephus, a man of much honour and learning among the Iewes. Faithfully translated out of the Latin, and French, by Tho. Lodge Doctor in Physicke
Josselyn, John, fl. 1630-1675. / [1672] New-Englands rarities discovered in birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, and plants of that country : together with the physical and chyrurgical remedies wherewith the natives constantly use to cure their distempers, wounds, and sores : also a perfect description of an Indian squa ... with a poem not improperly conferr'd upon her : lastly, a chronological table of the most remarkable passages in that country amongst the English : illustrated with cuts / by John Josselyn, Gent.
Joy, George. / [1677] Innocency's complaint against tyrannical court faction in Newengland
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [M.D.XL.III. 1543 In Iune] The vnitie and scisme of the olde chirche
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [1534] The subuersio[n] of Moris false foundacion where upon he sweteth to set faste and shove under his shameles shoris, to vnderproppe the popis churche: made by George Ioye.
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [1544] A present consolation for the sufferers of persecucion for ryghtwysenes
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [M.D.XLVI. 1546] The refutation of the byshop of Winchesters derke declaratio[n] of his false articles, once before confuted by George Ioye Be not deceiued by this bysshops false bokes. Heare novve the tother parte, and iudge truely of the trueth. For the veritie vvyll haue the victorye.
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [1548?] The letters whyche Iohan Ashwell priour of Newnham Abbey besydes Bedforde, sente secretely to the Byshope of Lyncolne in the yeare of our Lord M.D.xxvii. Where in the sayde pryour accuseth George Ioye that tyme beyng felow of Peter college in Cambrydge, of fower opinyons: wyth the answere of the sayde George vn to the same opynyons.
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [1531?] The letters which Iohan Ashwel priour of Newnham Abbey besids Bedforde, sente secretely to the Bishope of Lyncolne in the yeare of our lord M.D.xxvii. Where in the sayde priour accuseth George Ioye that tyme beinge felawe of Peter college in Cambridge, of fower opinio[n]s: with the answer of the sayed George vn to the same opinions.
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [the yere of our Lorde M.D.xliii in the monethe of Iune 1543] George Ioye confuteth, Vvinchesters false articles
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [M.CCCCC.XLI. Apryle xxvii. 1541] A frutefull treatis of baptyme [sic] and the Lordis Souper of the vse and effect of them, of the worthey and vnworthy receyuers of the souper, necessary to be knowne of all Christen men, which yerely receyue the sacrament.
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [1545. In Auguste] The exposicion of Daniel the prophete gathered oute of Philip Melanchton, Iohan Ecolampadius, Chonrade Pellicane [and] out of Iohan Draconite. [et] c. By George Ioye. A prophecye diligently to be noted of al emprowrs [and] kinges in these laste dayes
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [M.D.XLI. in August 1541] The defence of the mariage of preistes agenst Steuen Gardiner bisshop of Wynchester, Wylliam Repse bisshop of Norwiche, and agenst all the bisshops and preistes of that false popissh secte, with a confutacion of their vnaduysed vowes vnaduysedly dissined: whereby they haue so wykedly separated them whom God cowpled in lawfull mariage. Made by James Sawtry.
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [1535] An apolgye made by George Ioye to satisfye (if it maye be) w. Tindale to pourge & defende himself ageinst many sclaunderouse lyes fayned vpon [hi]m in Tindals vncharitable a[n]d vnsober pystle so well worthye to be prefixed for the reader to induce him into the vnderstanding of hys new Testame[n]t diligently corrected & printed in the yeare of oure lorde. M.CCCCC. and xxxiiii. in Nouember.
Joye, George, d. 1553. / [1549?] A contrarye (to a certayne manis) consultacion: that adulterers ought to be punyshed wyth deathe Wyth the solucions of his argumentes for the contrarye. Made by George Ioye.
Joyner, Edward. / [1694] In obitum Mariæ Mag. Brit. &c. Reginæ.