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Mace, Thomas, d. 1709? / [1676] Musick's monument, or, A remembrancer of the best practical musick, both divine and civil, that has ever been known to have been in the world divided into three parts ... / by Tho. Mace ...
Macedo, Francisco de, 1596-1681. / [anno 1654] Scrinium Divi Augustini in quo arcana illius de Adjutorio sine quo non sensa continentur Addita libra cum æquemento Augustini inter Calvinianos et Arminianos. Authore P. Fr. Francisco à S. Augustino Macedo Franciscano Observante Provinciæ Portugalliæ Lusitano, Conimbricensi, Magistro Artium & Theologiæ Professore Christianissimorum Galliæ Regum Annæ Matris Regentis, & Ludovici XIV. Concionatore, & Consiliario, & Serenissimi Lusitaniæ Regis Joannis IV. Historiographo Latino.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [1680] The works of the famous Nicholas Machiavel, citizen and secretary of Florence written originally in Italian, and from thence newly and faithfully translated into English.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [1663] Machivael's [sic] discourses upon the first decade of T. Livius, translated out of the Italian. To which is added his Prince. With some marginal animadversions noting and taxing his errors. By E.D.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [1681.] Machiavil's advice to his son newly translated out of Italian into English verse by R. L., Esq.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. / [1595] The Florentine historie. Written in the Italian tongue, by Nicholo Macchiavelli, citizen and secretarie of Florence. And translated into English, by T.B. Esquire
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1691] A vindication of the government in Scotland during the reign of King Charles II against mis-representations made in several scandalous pamphlets to which is added the method of proceeding against criminals, as also some of the phanatical covenants, as they were printed and published by themselves in that reign / by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1683] A vindication of His Majesties government and judicatures in Scotland from some aspersions thrown on them by scandalous pamphlets and news-books, and especially with relation to the late Earl of Argiles Process.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1685] The tryal and process of high-treason and doom of forfaulture against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood traitor by His Majesties special command ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1685] A true and plain account of the discoveries made in Scotland, of the late conspiracies against His Majesty and the government extracted from the proofs lying in the records of His Majesties Privy Council, and the high justice court of the nation : together with an authentick extract of the criminal process and sentence against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood / extracted by command of His Majesties most honourable Privy Council of Scotland ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1684] That the lawful successor cannot be debarr'd from succeeding to the crown maintain'd against Dolman, Buchannan, and others / by George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1663] Religio stoici
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1680] The science of herauldry, treated as a part of the civil law, and law of nations wherein reasons are given for its principles, and etymologies for its harder terms.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1673] Pleadings in some remarkable cases before the Supreme Courts of Scotland since the year 1661 to which the decisions are subjoyn'd.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1675] Observations upon the 28. (i.e. 18.) Act, 23. Parl. K. James VI. against dispositions made in defraud of creditors, &c. by Sir George Mckenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1690] Reason an essay / by Sir George Mackenzie.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1680] Observations upon the laws and customs of nations, as to precedency by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1686] Observations on the acts of Parliament, made by King James the First, King James the Second, King James the Third, King James the Fourth, King James the Fifth, Queen Mary, King James the Sixth, King Charles the First, King Charles the Second wherein 1. It is observ'd if they be in desuetude, abrogated, limited, or enlarged, 2. The decisions relating to these acts are mention'd, 3. Some new doubts not yet decided are hinted at, 4. Parallel citations from the civil, canon, feudal and municipal laws, and the laws of other nations are adduc'd for clearing these statutes / by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1667] A moral paradox maintaining, that it is much easier to be vertuous then vitious / by Sir George Mackeinzie.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1691] The moral history of frugality vvith its opposite vices, covetousness, niggardliness, prodigality and luxury / written by the Honourable Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1667] Moral gallantry a discourse, wherein the author endeavours to prove, that point of honour (abstracting from all other tyes) obliges men to be vertuous and that there is nothing so mean (or unworthy of a gentleman) as vice / by Sir George Mackenzie.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1665] A moral essay, preferring solitude to publick employment, and all it's appanages, such as fame, command, riches, pleasures, conversation, &c.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1678] The laws and customes of Scotland, in matters criminal wherein is to be seen how the civil law, and the laws and customs of other nations do agree with, and supply ours / by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1684] Jus regium, or, The just, and solid foundations of monarchy in general, and more especially of the monarchy of Scotland : maintain'd against Buchannan, Naphthali, Dolman, Milton, &c. / by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1684] The institutions of the law of Scotland by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1685] A defence of the antiquity of the royal line of Scotland with a true account when the Scots were govern'd by kings in the isle of Britain / by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1660] Aretina; or, The serious romance Written originally in English. Part first.
Mackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691. / [1686] The antiquity of the royal line of Scotland farther cleared and defended, against the exceptions lately offer'd by Dr. Stillingfleet, in his vindication of the Bishop of St. Asaph by Sir George Mackenzie ...
Macnamara, John, Gent. / [1680] The several informations of John Mac-Namarra, Maurice Fitzgerrald and James Nash relating to the horrid Popish plot in Ireland together with the resolutions of the Commons in Parliament upon the said informations and message from the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament, Thursday the 6th of January, 1680.
Macropedius, Georgius, 1487-1558. / [1614] Methodus de conscribendis epistolis a Georgio Macropedio secundùm veram artis rationem tradita ; eiusdem epitome præceptionum de paranda copia verborum & rerum, per quæstiones ; item de nouem speciebus argumentationum rhetoricarum, rem omnem breuiter explicans ; accessit Christophori Hegendorphini epistolas Conscribendi methoduss.
Maddison, Ralph, Sir. / [1640] Englands looking in and out Presented to the High Court of Parliament now assembled. By the author R.M. Knight.
Madox, Richard, 1546-1583. / [1581] A learned and a godly sermon, to be read of all men, but especially for all marryners, captaynes and passengers, which trauell the seas, preached by Iohn Madoxe, maister of arte, and fellow of All soules in Oxforde, at Waymouth and Melcombe regis, a porte in the countrie of Dorsett, the 3. day of October, in the yeere of our Lord. 1581
Maffei, Giovanni Pietro, 1536?-1603. / [M.DC.XXXII. 1632] Fuga sæculi. Or The holy hatred of the world Conteyning the liues of 17. holy confessours of Christ, selected out of sundry authors. Written in Italian by the R. Fa. Iohn-Peter Maffæus of the Society of Iesus. And translated into English by H.H.
Magalhães, Gabriel de, 1609-1677. / [1688] A new history of China containing a description of the most considerable particulars of that vast empire / written by Gabriel Magaillans, of the Society of Jesus ... ; done out of French.
Maidwell, Lewis, 1650-1715. / [1680] The loving enemies a comedy : as it was acted at His Highness the Duke of York's Theatre / written by L. Maidwell.
Maier, Michael, 1568?-1622. / [1656] Themis avrea the laws of the fraternity of the Rosie Crosse / written in Latin by Count Michael Maierus, and now in English for the information of those who seek after the knowledge of that honourable and mysterious society of wise and renowned philosophers ; whereto is annexed an epistle to the fraternity in Latine, from some here in England.
Maier, Michael, 1568?-1622. / [1654] Lusus serius, or, Serious passe-time a philosophicall discourse concerning the superiority of creatures under man / written by Michael Mayerus ...
Maier, Michael, 1568?-1622. / [1613] Arcana arcanissima hoc est Hieroglyphica Ægyptio-Græca vulgo necdum cognita, ad demonstrandam falsorum apud antiquos deorum, dearum, heroum, animantium & institutorum pro sacris receptorum, originem, ex vno Ægyptiorum artificio, quod aureu[m] animi & corporis medicamentum peregit, deductam, vnde tot poëtarum allegoriæ, scriptorum narrationes fabulosæ & pertotam encyclopædiam errores sparsi clarissima veritatis luce manifestantur, suæq[ue] tribui singula restituuntur, sex libris exposita authore Michaele Maiero Comite Palatii Cæsarei, equite exemto, Phil: & Med: Doct: &c: Cæsar: Mai: quondam aulico.
Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686. / [1684] The history of the League written in French by Monsieur Maimbourg ; translated into English by His Majesty's command by Mr. Dryden.
Maisonneufve, Estienne de. / [1592] Gerileon of England. The second part of his most excellent, delectable, morall, and sweet contriued historie continuing his meruailous deeds of armes, haughtie provvesse, and honourable loue: with sundrie other verie memorable aduentures. Written in French by Estienne de Maisonneufue, Bordelois: and translated into English, by A.M., one of the messengers of his Maiesties chamber.
Makluire, John. / [1630] The Buckler of bodilie health whereby health may bee defended, and sickesse repelled: consecrate by the au[thor] the vse of his cou[...] [...]shing from his heart (though it were to his hurt) to see the fruites of his labour on the constant wellfare of all his countrie-men. By Mr. Iohn Makluire, Doctor in Medicine.
Makluire, John. / [1630] Sanitatis semita. Authore Ioanne Makluireo, M.D. Cum tractatu de febre pestilente præfixo
Malebranche, Nicolas, 1638-1715. / [1700] Father Malebranche his treatise concerning the search after truth The whole work complete. To which is added the author's Treatise of nature and grace: being a consequence of the principles contained in the search. Together with his answer to the animadversions upon the first volume: his defence against the accusations of Monsieur De la Ville, &c. relating to the same subject. All translated by T. Taylor, M.A. late of Magdalen College in Oxford.
Malkin, G. (Gilbert) / [1697] A proposal humbly presented to the Right Honourable the House of Commons, by which it is reasonable to suppose a million may be raised (and as it is hoped much more) without oppressing any person, every one being at their liberty to pay, or not to pay
Malkin, G. (Gilbert) / [1694?] The humble proposal of Gilbert Malkin and P. B. for making England flourishing and happy
Mall, Thomas, b. 1629 or 30. / [1665] A cloud of witnesses, or, The sufferers mirrour made up of the swanlike-songs, and other choice passages of several martyrs and confessors to the sixteenth century, in their treatises, speeches, letters, prayers, &c. in their prisons, or exiles, at the bar, or stake, &c. / collected out of the ecclesiastical histories of Eusebius, Fox, Fuller, Petrie, Scotland, and Mr. Samuel Ward's Life of faith in death, &c. and alphabetically disposed by T.M., M.A.
Malory, Thomas, Sir, 15th cent. / [the last day of Juyl the yere of our lord M.CCCC.lxxxv 1485] [Le morte darthur]
Malthus, Francis. / [1629] A treatise of artificial fire-vvorks both for vvarres and recreation with divers pleasant geometricall obseruations, fortifications, and arithmeticall examples. In fauour of mathematicall students. Newly written in French, and Englished by the authour Tho: [sic] Malthus.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653. / [1637] Romulus and Tarquin. First written in Italian by the Marques Virgilio Malvezzi: and now taught English, by HCL.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653. / [1647] The pourtract of the politicke Christian-favourite originally drawn from some of the actions of the Lord Duke of St. Lucar : written to the Catholick Majesty of Philip the Great, and the fourth of that name : a piece worthy to be read by all gentlemen, who desire to know the secrets of state, and mysteries of government / by Marquesse Virgilio Malvezzi ; to this translation is annexed, the chiefe state maxims, political and historical observations, in a brief and sententious way, upon the same story of Count Olivares, Duke of St. Lucar.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653. / [1650] Il Davide perseguitato David persecuted / vvritten in Italian by the Marquesse Virgilio Malvezzi ; and done into English by Robert Ashley, Gent.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653. / [1642] Discourses upon Cornelius Tacitus written in Italian by the learned Marquesse Virgilio Malvezzi ; dedicated to the Serenissimo Ferdinand the Second, Great Duke of Thuscany ; and translated into English by Sir Richard Baker, Knight.
Malvezzi, Virgilio, marchese, 1595-1653. / [1650] Considerations upon the lives of Alcibiades and Coriolanus by Marques Virgilio Malvezzi, one of the supreme councell of warre, to his Catholick Majestie ; dedicated to the King, his master ; englished by Robert Gentilis, gent.
Malynes, Gerard, fl. 1586-1641. / [1601] A treatise of the canker of Englands common wealth Deuided into three parts: wherein the author imitating the rule of good phisitions, first, declareth the disease. Secondarily, sheweth the efficient cause thereof. Lastly, a remedy for the same. By Gerrard De Malynes merchant.
Malynes, Gerard, fl. 1586-1641. / [1601] Saint George for England, allegorically described: by Gerrard De Malynes merchant
Malynes, Gerard, fl. 1586-1641. / [1622] The maintenance of free trade according to the three essentiall parts of traffique; namely, commodities, moneys and exchange of moneys, by bills of exchanges for other countries, or, An answer to a treatise of free trade, or the meanes to make trade flourish, lately published. ... By Gerard Malynes merchant.
Malynes, Gerard, fl. 1586-1641. / [1603] Englands vievv, in the vnmasking of two paradoxes with a replication vnto the answer of Maister Iohn Bodine. By Gerrard de Malynes Merchant.
Malynes, Gerard, fl. 1586-1641. / [Anno Dom. 1622] Consuetudo, vel lex mercatoria, or The ancient law-merchant Diuided into three parts: according to the essentiall parts of trafficke. Necessarie for all statesmen, iudges, magistrates, temporall and ciuile lawyers, mint-men, merchants, marriners, and all others negotiating in all places of the world. By Gerard Malynes merchant.
Malynes, Gerard, fl. 1586-1641. / [1623] The center of The circle of commerce. Or, A refutation of a treatise, intituled The circle of commerce, or The ballance of trade, lately published by E.M. By Gerard Malynes merchant
Mameranus, Nicolaus. / [ca. 1600] Beso las manos clausula quid significet apud Hispanos ad N. Amicum Mameranus ludebat.
Manchester, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1602-1671. / [1660] The Earl of Manchesters speech to his Majesty in the name of the peers, at his arrival at White-Hall, the 29th of May, 1660. With his Majesties gracious answer thereunto.
Mancini, Maria, 1639-1715? / [1679] The apology, or, The genuine memoires of Madam Maria Manchini, Constabless of Colonna, eldest sister to the Duchess of Mazarin written in Spanish by her own hand ; and afterwards made into English by a Person of Quality.
Mancinus, Dominicus, fl. 1478-1491. / [1518?] Here begynneth a ryght frutefull treatyse, intituled the myrrour of good maners co[n]teynyng the .iiii. vertues, called cardynall, compyled in latyn by Domynike Mancyn: and translate into englysshe: at the desyre of syr Gyles Alyngton knyght: by Alexander Bercley prest and monke of Ely.
Mandevill, Robert, 1578-1618. / [An. Dom. 1619] Timothies taske: or a Christian sea-card guiding through the coastes of a peaceable conscience to a peace constant, and a crowne immortall. Wherein I. Pastors are put in minde of their double dutie, and how to discharge it. 1. Personall, as watchfull men. 2. Pastorall, as faithfull watchmen. II. True doctrine is advanced. III. Traditions discountenanced, & their rancour discovered. In two synodall assemblies at carliell, out of two seuerall, but sutable scriptures. This of I Timoth. 4.16. and that of Actes 20.28. Since concorporate, and couched with augmentation vnder their prime head: By Robert Mandevill, sometimes of Queenes Colledge in Oxford, and preacher of Gods word at Abbey-holme in Cumberland.
Mandeville, John, Sir. / [1677] The voyages & travels of Sir John Mandevile, Knight wherein is set down the way to the Holy Land, and to Hierusalem, as also to the lands of the great Caan, and of Prestor John, to Inde, and divers other countries : together with many strange marvels therein.
Mandeville, John, Sir. / [Anno domini .M.CCCC.lxxxxix. 1499] Here begynneth a lytell treatyse or booke named Johan Mau[n]deuyll knyght born in Englonde in the towne of saynt Albone [and] speketh of the wayes of the holy londe towarde Jherusalem, [and] of marueyles of Ynde [and] of other dyuerse cou[n]trees.
Mandeville, John, Sir. / [1503] Than is there an other yle ye men call Dodye
Mandeville, John, Sir. / [1496] [Here endeth the boke of Iohn Maunduyle knyght of wayes to Ierusalem [and] of marueylys of y5xx]
Manilius, Marcus. / [1675] The sphere of Marcus Manilius made an English poem with annotations and an astronomical appendix / by Edward Sherburne, Esquire.
Manilius, Marcus. / [1700] The five books of Mr. Manilius containing a system of the ancient astronomy and astrology : together with the philosophy of the Stoicks / done into English verse with notes by Mr. Tho. Creech.
Mansell, Robert, Sir, 1568 or 9-1656. / [1641] The true state of the businesse of glasse of all kindes, as it now standeth both in the price of glasse and materialls, how sold these fifteen yeers last past, and how formerly, the price of materialls as they are now bought, and what hath been formerly paid, with a report of the condition of all kindes of glasses.
Mansell, Robert, Sir, 1568 or 9-1656. / [1602] A true report of the seruice done vpon certaine gallies passing through the narrow seas written to the Lord high Admirall of England, by Sir Robert Mansel knight, admirall of her maiesties forces in that place.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1679] XVIII sermons on the second chapter of the 2d Epistle to the Thessalonians containing the description, rise, growth, and fall of Antichrist : with divers cautions and arguments to establish Christians against the apostacy of the Church of Rome : very necessary for these times / by that late reverend and learned divine, Thomas Manton ...
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [M.DC.LXXXV. 1685] Several discourses tending to promote peace & holiness among Christians to which are added, three other distinct sermons / by Dr. Manton.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1678] Sermons preached by the late reverend and learned divine, Thomas Manton ...
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1651] A sermon preached at the funerall of M. Christopher Love, in St. Laurence church, August, 25. 1651. By Thomas Manton, minister of the gospell at Stoak-Newington near London.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1684] A second volume of sermons preached by the late reverend and learned Thomas Manton in two parts : the first containing XXVII sermons on the twenty fifth chapter of St. Matthew, XLV on the seventeenth chapter of St. John, and XXIV on the sixth chapter of the Epistle of the Romans : Part II, containing XLV sermons on the eighth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans, and XL on the fifth chapter of the second Epistle to the Corinthians : with alphabetical tables to each chapter, of the principal matters therein contained.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1658] A practical commentary, or An exposition with notes on the Epistle of Jude. Delivered (for the most part) in sundry weekly lectures at Stoke-Newington in Middlesex. By Thomas Manton, B.D. and minister of Covent-Garden.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1684] A practical exposition of the Lord's-Prayer by ... Thomas Manton.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1681] One hundred and ninety sermons on the hundred and nineteenth Psalm preached by the late reverend and learned Thomas Manton, D.D. ; with a perfect alphabetical table directing to the principal matters contained therein.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1647] Meate out of the eater, or, Hopes of unity in and by divided and distracted times. Discovered in a sermon preached before the Honourable house of Commons at Margarets Westminster on their solemne day of fast, June 30. 1647. / By Tho: Manton Minister of Stoke-Newington.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1693] A fourth volume containing one hundred and fifty sermons on several texts of Scripture in two parts : part the first containing LXXIV sermons : part the second containing LXXVI sermons : with an alphabetical table to the whole / by ... Thomas Manton ...
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1685] Christs temptation and transfiguration practically explained and improved in several sermons / by the late Reverend Tho. Manton ...
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1685] Christs eternal existence, and the dignity of his person asserted and proved in opposition to the doctrine of the Socinians : in several sermons on Col. I, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 verses / by the Reverend Tho. Manton.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1656] The blessed estate of them that die in the Lord opened in a sermon at the funerals of Mistres Jane Blackwel, wife of Master Elidad Blackwel, pastor of Andrew Undershaft, London / by Tho. Manton.
Manton, Thomas, 1620-1677. / [1694] Advice to mourners under the loss of dear relations in a funeral sermon long since preach'd / by the late Reverand Dr. Thomas Manton ... And now occasionally published on the much lamented death of Mrs. Ann Terry, who died the 9th of November, 1693. With a short account of some passages of her life, and papers left under her own hand.
Map, Walter, fl. 1200. / [1598] Phillis and Flora The sweete and ciuill contention of two amorous ladyes. Translated out of Latine: by R.S. Esquire.
Maplet, John, d. 1592. / [1567 (3 June)] A greene forest, or A naturall historie vvherein may bee seene first the most sufferaigne vertues in all the whole kinde of stones & mettals: next of plants, as of herbes, trees, [and] shrubs, lastly of brute beastes, foules, fishes, creeping wormes [and] serpents, and that alphabetically: so that a table shall not neede. Compiled by Iohn Maplet, M. of Arte, and student in Cambridge: entending hereby yt God might especially be glorified: and the people furdered. Anno 1567.
Marandé, Léonard de. / [1629] The iudgment of humane actions a most learned, & excellent treatise of morrall philosophie, which fights agaynst vanytie, & conduceth to the fyndinge out of true and perfect felicytie. Written in French by Monsieur Leonard Marrande and Englished by Iohn Reynolds
Marbecke, Roger, 1536-1605. / [1602] A defence of tabacco vvith a friendly answer to the late printed booke called Worke for chimny-sweepers, &c.
March, John, 1612-1657. / [1651] Amicus reipublicæ. = The Common-Wealths friend or an exact and speedie course to justice and right, and for preventing and determining of tedious law-suits. With many other things very considerable for the good of the publick. All which are fully controverted and debated in law. By John March of Grayes-Inne, barister.
March, John, 1612-1657. / [1647] Actions for slaunder, or, A methodicall collection under certain grounds and heads of what words are actionable in the law and what not a treatise of very great use and consequence to all men, especially in these times wherein actions for slaunder are more common and do much more abound then in times past, and when the malice of men so much increases, well may their tongue want a directory : to which is added awards or arbitrements methodified under severall grounds and heads collected out of our year-books and other private authentick authorities ... / by Jo. March.
March, John, 1640-1692. / [1682] Th' encænia of St. Ann's Chappel in Sandgate, or, A sermon preached May 3, 1682 before the right worshipful, the mayor, aldermen, sheriff &c. of the town and county of Newcastle Upon Tyne upon their erecting a school and a catechetical lecture for the instruction of poor children and such as are ignorant / by John March.
March, John, 1640-1692. / [1699] Sermons preach'd on several occasions by John March ..., the last of which was preach'd the twenty seventh of November, 1692, being the Sunday before he died ; with a preface by Dr. John Scot ; to which is added, A sermon preach'd at the assizes, in New-Castle upon Tine, in the reign of the late King James.
March, John, 1640-1692. / [1677] A sermon preached before the Right Worshipful the mayor, recorder, aldermen, sheriff, &c. of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, on the 30th of January 1676/7, at St. Nicholas their parish church by John March ...
Marchmont, Patrick Hume, Earl of, 1641-1724. / [1700] The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, &c., Lord High Chancellor to the Parliament of Scotland on Tuesday 21 May 1700.
Marckant, John. / [Anno. M.D.L.ix. 1559 the xxviii. of April] The purgacion of the ryght honourable lord Wentworth concerning the crime layde to his charge, made the. x. of Ianuarie. Anno. M.D.L.viii.
Marcos, de Lisboa, Bishop of Porto, 1511-1591. / [Permissu superiorum. M.DC.XXII. 1622] The life of the glorious virgin S. Clare Togeather with the conuersion, and life of S. Agnes her sister. And of another S. Agnes, daughter to the King of Bohemia. Also the rule of S. Clare. And the life of S. Catharine of Bologna. Translated into English.
Marcos, de Lisboa, Bishop of Porto, 1511-1591. / [1618] The chronicle and institution of the Order of the seraphicall father S. Francis conteyning his life, his death, and his miracles, and of all his holie disciples and companions / set foorth first in the Portugall, next in the Spanish, then in the Italian, lastlie in the French, and now in the English tongue.
Marcourt, Antoine de, d. ca. 1560. / [Anno. 1547] The booke of marchauntes very profitable to all folkes to knowe of what wares they ought to be ware of, for the begilyng of them. Newly perused and augmented by the first authoure well practised in suche doynges. Reade and profite.
Mardeley, John. / [1548?] Here is a shorte resytal or certayne holy doctours whych proueth that the naturall body of christ is not conteyned in the Sacrame[n]t of the Lordes supper but fyguratyuely, collected in myter by Ihon Mardeley
Mardeley, John. / [1548] A declaration of thee power of Gods worde concerning the holy supper of the Lord, confutynge all lyers and fals teachers, whych mayntayne theyr maskynge mass inuented agaynst the woorde of God, and the Kynges Maiesties most godly proceadynge compyled anno d[omi]ni M.D.XLVIII
Mardeley, John. / [1548?] Here beginneth a necessarie instruction for all couetous ryche men to beholde [and] learne what perel [and] daunger they be brought into, yf they haue theyr consolacion in theyr daungerous and myserable Mammon, made by Ihon Mardeley Clerke of the Kynges maiesties mynte in southwarke
Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, 1492-1549. / [in the yeare of our lorde 1548. in Apryll] A godly medytacyon of the christen sowle, concerninge a loue towardes God and hys Christe, compyled in frenche by lady Margarete quene of Nauerre, and aptely translated into Englysh by the ryght vertuouse lady Elyzabeth doughter to our late souerayne Kynge Henri the. viij
Marguerite, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1615. / [1641] The memorialls of Margaret de Valoys, first wife to Henry the fourth, King of France and Navarre compiled in French by her owne most delicate and royall hand : and translated into English by Robert Codrington ...
Mariana, Juan de, 1535-1624. / [1699] The general history of Spain from the first peopling of it by Tubal, till the death of King Ferdinand, who united the crowns of Castile and Aragon : with a continuation to the death of King Philip III / written in Spanish by the R.F.F. John de Mariana ; to which are added, two supplements, the first by F. Ferdinand Camargo y Salcedo, the other by F. Basil Varen de Soto, bringing it down to the present reign ; the whole translated from the Spanish by Capt. John Stevens.
Marischal College and University. / [1695] To his Grace, his Majesties high commissioner, and the right honourable Estates of Parliament. The petition of the principal and masters of the Marishal Colledge of Aberdeen.
Marischal College and University. / [1695] To his Grace, his Majesties high commissioner, and the right honourable estates of Parliament. The petition of the principal and masters of the Marishal Colledge of Aberdeen.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1600] The teares of the beloued: or, The lamentation of Saint Iohn, concerning the death and passion of Christ Iesus our sauiour. By I.M.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1622] The true tragedy of Herod and Antipater with the death of faire Marriam. According to Iosephus, the learned and famous Iewe. As it hath beene, of late, diuers times publiquely acted (with great applause) at the Red Bull, by the Company of his Maiesties Reuels. Written by Geruase Markham, and William Sampson. Gentlemen.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1626] The souldiers grammar containing, the high, necessarie, and most curious rules of the art militarie : as first, whether it be in great motions in generall? or foote motions especially?, or motions of horse, generall, or speciall?, the ranges of foote, or horse?, the ranges of officers, the seuerall imbattailings of foote, and horse, the imbattailing of a regiment, the ioyning of many regiments, or the forming of maine battailes, of any extent, or number, with their formes, and figures, in liuely demonstration, &c. / by G.M. ... ; vnto which, is added the Booke of postures, according to that which is ordered by the lords of His Maiesties most honorable Priuie Counsell.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1625] The souldiers accidence. Or an introduction into military discipline containing the first principles and necessary knowledge meete for captaines, muster-masters, and all young souldiers of the infantrie, or foote bandes. Also, the cavallarie or formes of trayning of horse-troopes, as it hath beene received from the latest and best experiences armies. A worke fit for all noble, generous, and good spirits, that loue honor, or honorable action. G.M.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1627] The second part of the soldiers grammar: or a schoole for young soldiers Especially for all such as are called to any place, or office, (how high or low soeuer) either in the citie, or countrey, for the training, and exercising of the trayned band, whether they be foote or horse. Together vvith perfect figures and demonstrations for attaining the knowledge of all manner of imbattailings, and other exercises. By G.M.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1614] The second booke of the English husbandman Contayning the ordering of the kitchin-garden, and the planting of strange flowers: the breeding of all manner of cattell. Together with the cures, the feeding of cattell, the ordering both of pastures and meddow-ground: with the vse both of high-wood and vnder-wood. Whereunto is added a treatise, called Good mens recreation: contayning a discourse of the generall art of fishing, with the angle, and otherwise; and of all the hidden secrets belonging thereunto. Together vvith the choyce, ordering, breeding, and dyeting of the fighting cocke. A worke neuer written before by any author. By G.M.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1615] A schoole for young souldiers containing in breife the whole discipline of vvarre, especially so much as is meet for captaine to teach, or the souldior to learne, that is, to trayne or to bee trayned : fit to be taught throughout England.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1596] The poem of poems. Or, Sions muse contayning the diuine song of King Salomon, deuided into eight eclogues.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1656] The perfect horseman, or, The experienced secrets of Mr. Markham's fifty years practice shewing how a man may come to be a general horseman, by the knowledge of these seven offices, viz. the breeder, feeder, ambler, rider, keeper, buyer, farrier / and now published by Lancelot Thetford, practitioner in the same art for the space of forty years.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1616?] Markhams methode or epitome wherein is shewed his aprooued remedies for all diseases whatsoeuer incident to horses, oxen, kine, bulls, calues, sheep, lambs, goats, swine, dogs of all kind, conies, all sorts of poultrye, all water-foule, as geese, ducks, swans, and the like) pigeons, all singing birds, hawks of all kind; and other creatures seruice-able for the vse of man: deuided into twelue generall points or heads. By Gervase Markham. Gentleman.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1595] The most honorable tragedie of Sir Richard Grinuile, Knight
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1610] Markhams maister-peece, or, What doth a horse-man lacke containing all possible knowledge whatsoeuer which doth belong to any smith, farrier or horse-leech, touching the curing of all maner of diseases or sorrances in horses : drawne with great paine and most approued experience from the publique practise of all the forraine horse-marshals of Christendome and from the priuate practise of all the best farriers of this kingdome : being deuided into two bookes, the first containing all cures physicall, the second whatsoeuer belongeth to chirurgerie, with an addition of 130 most principall chapters and 340 most excellent medicines, receits and secrets worthy euery mans knowledge, neuer written of nor mentioned in any author before whatsoeuer : together with the true nature, vse, and qualitie of euerie simple spoken of through the whole worke : reade me, practise me, and admire me / written by Geruase Markham gentleman.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1630] Markhams faithfull farrier wherein the depth of his skill is layd open in all those principall and approued secrets of horsemanship, which the author neuer published, but hath kept in his brest, and hath beene the glory of his practise.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1620] Markhams farwell to husbandry or, The inriching of all sorts of barren and sterill grounds in our kingdome, to be as fruitfull in all manner of graine, pulse, and grasse as the best grounds whatsoeuer together with the anoyances, and preseruation of all graine and seede, from one yeare to many yeares. As also a husbandly computation of men and cattels dayly labours, their expences, charges, and vttermost profits. Attained by trauell and experience, being a worke neuer before handled by any author: and published for the good of the whole kingdome.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1601] Marie Magdalens lamentations for the losse of her master Iesus
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1695] The husbandman's jewel directing how to improve land from 10 l. per annum to 50 l. with small charge by planting ...
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1621] Hungers preuention: or, The whole arte of fovvling by vvater and land Containing all the secrets belonging to that arte, and brought into a true forme or method, by which the most ignorant may know how to take any kind of fowle, either by land or water. Also, exceeding necessary and profitable for all such as trauell by sea, and come into vninhabited places: especially, all those that haue any thing to doe with new plantations. By Geruase Markham.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1624] Honour in his perfection or, A treatise in commendations of the vertues and renowned vertuous vndertakings of the illustrious and heroycall princes Henry Earle of Oxenford. Henry Earle of Southampton, Robert Earle of Essex, and the euer praise-worthy and much honoured Lord, Robert Bartue, Lord Willoughby, of Eresby: with a briefe cronology of theirs, and their auncestours actions. And to the eternall memory of all that follow them now, or will imitate them hereafter, especially those three noble instances, the Lord Wriouthesley, the Lord Delaware, and the Lord Montioy.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1613] Hobsons horse-load of letters: or A president for epistles The first [-second] booke. Being a most exact method for men, of what qualitie soeuer, how to indight, according to the forme of these times, whether it be for serious negotiations, priuate businesses, amorous accomplyment, wanton merryment, or the defence of honor and reputation. A worke different from all former publications, and not vnworthy the eyes of the most noblest spirits.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1609] The famous whore, or noble curtizan conteining the lamentable complaint of Paulina, the famous Roman curtizan, sometimes mes. vnto the great Cardinall Hypolito, of Est. By Garuis Markham.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1613] The English husbandman. The first part: contayning the knowledge of the true nature of euery soyle within this kingdome: how to plow it; and the manner of the plough, and other instruments belonging thereto. Together with the art of planting, grafting, and gardening after our latest and rarest fashion. A worke neuer written before by any author: and now newly compiled for the benefit of this kingdome. By Garuis Markham
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [Anno. Dom. 1593] A discource of horsmanshippe Wherein the breeding and ryding of horses for seruice, in a breefe manner is more methodically sette downe then hath been heeretofore. With a more easie and direct course for the ignorant, to attaine to the same arte or knowledge. Also the manner to chuse, trayne, ryde and dyet, both hunting-horses, and running-horses: with all the secretes thereto belonging discouered. An arte neuer heeretofore written by any authour.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1631] The English house-vvife Containing the inward and outward vertues which ought to be in a compleate woman. As her skill in physicke, surgery, cookery, extraction of oyles, banqueting-stuffe, ordering of great feasts, preseruing of all sorts of wines, conceited secrets, distillations, perfumes, ordering of wooll, hempe, flax, making cloth, and dying, the knowledge of dayries, office of malting, of oates, their excellent vses in a family, of brewing, baking, and all other things belonging to an houshold. A worke generally approued, and now the fourth time much augmented, purged and made most profitable and necessary for all men, and the generall good of this kingdome. By G.M.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1608] The dumbe knight A historicall comedy, acted sundry times by the children of his Maiesties Reuels.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1623] Countrey contentments, or The English husvvife Containing the inward and outward vertues which ought to be in a compleate woman. As her skill in physicke, surgerie, extraction of oyles, banqueting-stuffe, ordering of great feasts, preseruing of all sorts of wines, conceited secrets, distillations, perfumes, ordering of wooll, hempe, flax, making cloth, dying, the knowledge of dayries, office of malting, oats, their excellent vses in a family, brewing, baking, and all other things belonging to an houshold. A worke generally approued, and now much augmented, purged and made most profitable and necessarie for all men, and dedicated to the honour of the noble house of Exceter, and the generall good of this kingdome. By G.M.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1639] The complete farriar, or The kings high-way to horsmanship Experimentally unfolding 1. The dyeting and governing of the running horse. 2. How to order, feed, and keep any horse for war, pleasure, hunting, or travell. 3. How to know the age of any horse. Lastly, certaine rare and approved secrets for the cure of the worst infirmities in horses. By G. Markam.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1607] Cauelarice, or The English horseman contayning all the arte of horse-manship, as much as is necessary for any man to vnderstand, whether he be horse-breeder, horse-ryder, horse-hunter, horse-runner, horse-ambler, horse-farrier, horse-keeper, coachman, smith, or sadler. Together, with the discouery of the subtill trade or mistery of horse-coursers, & an explanatio[n] of the excellency of a horses vndersta[n]ding, or how to teach them to doe trickes like Bankes his curtall: and that horses may be made to drawe drie-foot like a hound. Secrets before vnpublished, & now carefully set down for the profit of this whole nation: by Geruase Markham.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1614] Cheape and good husbandry for the vvell-ordering of all beasts, and fowles, and for the generall cure of their diseases Contayning the natures, breeding, choyse, vse, feeding, and curing of the diseases of all manner of cattell, as horse, oxe, cow, sheepe, goates, swine, and tame-conies. Also, approued rules, for the cramming, and fatting, of all sorts of poultrie, and fowles, both tame and wilde, &c. And diuers good and well-approued medicines, for the cure of all the diseases in hawkes, of what kinde soeuer. Together, with the vse and profit of bees: the making of fishponds, and the taking of all sorts of fish. Gathered together for the generall good and profit of this whole realme, by exact and assured experience from English practises, both certaine, easie, and cheape: differing from all former and forraine experiments, which eyther agreed not with our clime, or were too hard to come by, or ouer-costly, to little purpose: all which herein are auoyded.
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637. / [1634] The art of archerie Shewing how it is most necessary in these times for this kingdome, both in peace and war, and how it may be done without charge to the country, trouble to the people, or any hinderance to necessary occasions. Also, of the discipline, the postures, and whatsoever else is necessarie for the attayning to the art.
Markham, Robert, captain. / [1628] The description, of that euer to be famed knight, Sir Iohn Burgh, Colonell Generall of his Maiesties armie vvith his last seruice at the Isle of Rees, and his vnfortunate death, then when the armie had most need of such a pilote. Written by Robert Markham, captaine of a foote company in the same regiment, and shot also in the same seruice.
Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of, 1650-1722. / [1688] The Lord Churchill's letter to the King
Marlow, Jeremiah. / [1683] A book of cyphers, or, Letters reverst being a work very pleasant & usefull as well for gentlemen as all sorts of artificers engravers painters carvers chacers embroiderers &c. : where you may find a cypher for any name whatsoever curiously compos'd after the newest mode / by Jeremiah Marlow.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1594] The troublesome raigne and lamentable death of Edward the second, King of England with the tragicall fall of proud Mortimer: as it was sundrie times publiquely acted in the honourable citie of London, by the right honourable the Earle of Pembrooke his seruants. Written by Chri. Marlow Gent.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1604] The tragicall history of D. Faustus As it hath bene acted by the right honorable the Earle of Nottingham his seruants. Written by Ch. Marl.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1594] The tragedie of Dido Queene of Carthage played by the Children of her Maiesties Chappell. Written by Christopher Marlowe, and Thomas Nash. Gent. Actors Iupiter. Ganimed. Venus. Cupid. Iuno. Mercurie, or Hermes. Æneas. Ascanius. Dido. Anna. Achates. Ilioneus. Iarbas. Cloanthes. Sergestus.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1590] Tamburlaine the Great Who, from a Scythian shephearde, by his rare and woonderfull conquests, became a most puissant and mightye monarque. And (for his tyranny, and terrour in warre) was tearmed, the scourge of God. Deuided into two tragicall discourses, as they were sundrie times shewed vpon stages in the citie of London. By the right honorable the Lord Admyrall, his seruauntes.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1594?] The massacre at Paris with the death of the Duke of Guise. As it was plaide by the right honourable the Lord high Admirall his Seruants. Written by Christopher Marlow.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1598] Hero and Leander: begun by Christopher Marloe; and finished by George Chapman
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. / [1633] The famous tragedy of the rich Ievv of Malta As it vvas playd before the King and Queene, in his Majesties theatre at White-hall, by her Majesties Servants at the Cock-pit. Written by Christopher Marlo.
Marmet, Melchior de, seigneur de Valcroissant. / [1658] Entertainments of the cours: or, Academical conversations. Held upon the cours at Paris, by a cabal of the principal wits of that court. / Compiled by that eminent and now celebrated author, Monsieur de Marmet, Lord of Valcroissant. And rendered into English by Thomas Saintserf, Gent.
Marnix van St. Aldegonde, Philips van, 1538-1598. / [1579] The bee hiue of the Romishe Church a com[m]entarie vpon the sixe principall pointes of Master Gentian Heruet, a Romish Catholike his booke, which is deuided into sixe partes, as in the argument doth appeare. And an epistle made by the authour of this booke vnto Franciscus Sonnius, late Bishop of Antwerpe. Translated out of Dutch into English, by George Gylpen the elder.
Marolois, Samuel. / [Anno 1631] The art of fortification, or architecture militaire as vvell offensiue as defensiue, compiled & set forth, by Samuell Marolois revievved, augmented and corrected by Albert Girard mathematician: & translated out of French into English by Henry Hexam
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [Nov. 1588] Oh read ouer D. Iohn Bridges, for it is worthy worke: or an epitome of the fyrste booke, of that right worshipfull volume, written against the puritanes, in the defence of the noble cleargie, by as worshipfull a prieste, Iohn Bridges, presbyter, priest or elder, doctor of Diuillitie, and Deane of Sarum Wherein the arguments of the puritans are wisely prevented, that when they come to answere M. Doctor, they must needes say some thing that hath bene spoken. Compiled for the behoofe and overthrow of the vnpreaching parsons, fyckers, and currats, that haue lernt their catechismes, and are past grace: by the reverend and worthie Martin Marprelat gentleman, and dedicated by a second epistle to the terrible priests. In this epitome, the foresaide fickers, [et]c. are very insufficiently furnished, with notable inabilitie of most vincible reasons, to answere the cauill of the puritanes. ...
Marprelate, Martin, pseud. / [1642] Hay any worke for Cooper, or, A briefe pistle directed by way of an Hublication to the Reverend Byshops counselling them if they will needes bee barrelled up for feare of smelling in the nostrills of His Majesty and the state that they would use the advise of Reverend Martin for the providing of their Cooper because trhe Reverend T. C., by which mysticall letters is understood either the bouncing parson of east-meane or Tom Coakes his Chaplaine, to be an unskilfull and a beceitfull Tub-trimmer : wherein worthy Martin Qvits himselfe like a man I warrant you in the modest defence of his selfe and his learned pistles and maketh the Coopers hoopes to slye off and the Bishops Tubs to leake out of all cry / penned and compiled by Martin the metropolitan.
Marsh, A. / [1682] The ten pleasures of marriage relating all the delights and contentments that are mask'd under the bands of matrimony / written by A. Marsh, typogr.
Marsh, A. / [1683] The confession of the new married couple, being the second part of the ten pleasures of marriage relating the further delights and contentments that ly mask'd under the bands of wedlock / written by A. Marsh. Typogr.
Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. / [1680] A general epistle to Friends, and professors of the truth.
Marshall, George, poet. / [Anno Domini. 1.5.5.4, 18. Decembris] A compendious treatise in metre declaring the firste originall of sacrifice, and of the buylding of aultares and churches, and of the firste receauinge of the Christen fayth here in Englande by G.M.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1661] The vvorks of Mr Stephen Marshall, late minister of the Gospel at Finching-Field in Essex. And since at Ipswitch in Suffolk. The first part. Viz. I. Of Christ's intercession. And of sins of infirmity. II. The high priviledge of beleevers. They are the sons of God. III. Faith the only means spiritually to feed on Christ. IV. Of self-denial. V. The saints duty to keep their heart in a good frame, etc. VI. The mystery of spiritual life. Attested by Ralph Venning. Thomas Lye. Thomas Jacomb.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1646] A tvvo-edged svvord out of the mouth of babes, to execute vengeance upon the enemy and avenger. Presented in a sermon to the Right Honourable the House of Lords assembled in Parliament, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, Octob. 28. 1646. the solemn day of their monthly fast. / By Stephen Marshall B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [Septemb. 8, 1643] The true copy of the letter which was sent from divers ministers by Mr. Marshall, and Mr. Nye to the Generall Assembly of Scotland
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] Threnodia, the churches lamentation for the good man his losse delivered in a sermon to the Right Honourable the two Houses of Parliament and the reverend Assembly of Divines at the funerall of that excellent man John Pym, Esquire, late a Member of the Honourable House of Commons : preached in the Abbey-Church of Westminster / by Stephen Marshall ...
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1648] A thanksgiving sermon: preached to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior, aldermen, and Common Councell of the Citie of London, upon occasion of the many late and signall victories, and deliverances vouchsafed to the Parliaments forces, in Pauls Church London, July 28. 1648. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1645] The strong helper or, The interest, and power of the prayers of the destitute, for the building up of Sion. Opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, upon the solemn day of their monethly fast, April 30. 1645. / By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word, at Finching-field in Essex.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] The song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lambe: opened in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne day of thanksgiving, Iune 15. 1643. for the discovery of a dangerous, desperate, and bloudy designe, tending to the utter subversion of the Parliament, and of the famous city of London. / By Stephen Marshall, B.D. and Pastor of Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of that House.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1648] The sinne of hardnesse of heart: the nature, danger, and remedy of it. Opened in a sermon, preached to the Honorable House of Commons, July 28. 1648. being the day of their solemne monethly fast. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of that House.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647] A sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament, at their solemn meeting to praise God for his infinite mercy in the restoring of the said Houses of Parliament to their honor and freedome with so little effusion of blood: at the Abbey-Church in Westminster, Aug. 12. 1647. / By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Finchingfield in Essex.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647 i.e. 1648] A sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament: at their late solemne fast, Januar. 26. 1647. at Margarets Westminster. / By Steven Marshall, B.D.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1653] A sermon preached to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and Court of Aldermen of the city of London, at their anniversary meeting on Easter Monday April 1652, at the Spittle wherein the unity of the saints with Christ, the head, and especially with the church, the body, with the duties thence arising, are endeavoured to be cleared : tending to heale our rents and divisions / by Stephen Marshal ...
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament, at their publike fast, November 17. 1640. Upon 2 Chron. 15. 2. The Lord is with you, while yee bee with him: and if yee seek him, he will be found of you: but if yee forsake him, he will forsake you. / By Stephen Marshall, Batchelour in Divinity, minister of Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of the said House.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] A sermon of the baptizing of infants preached in the Abbey-Church at Westminster at the morning lecture, appointed by the honorable House of Commons / by Stephen Marshall ...
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1645] A sacred record to be made of Gods mercies to Zion: a thanksgiving sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament, the Lord Major, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Councell of the city of London, at Christ-Church, June 19. 1645. Being the day of their publike thanksgiving to almighty God for the great and glorious victory obtained by the Parliaments army under the conduct of Sir Thomas Fairfax in Naseby-field. /
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] A sacred panegyrick, or A sermon of thanks-giving, preached to the two Houses of Parliament, His Excellency the Earl of Essex, the Lord Major, court of alderman, and common councell of the city of London, the reverend Assembly of Divines, and commissioners from the Church of Scotland. Vpon occasion of their solemn feasting, to testifie their thankfullnes to God, and union and concord one with another, after so many designes to divide them, and thereby ruine the Kingdome, Ianuary 18. 1643. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the Lords and Commons.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647] The right vnderstanding of the times opened in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, December 30, 1646, at Margaret Westminster, being the day of their solemne monethly fast / by Stephen Marshall ...
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1657] The power of the civil magistrate in matters of religion vindicated the extent of his power determined in a sermon preached before the first Parliament on a monthly fast day / by ... Mr. Stephen Marshall ... / published by G. Firmin ... with notes upon the sermon.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1642] Reformation and desolation, or, A sermon tending to the discovery of the symptomes of a people to whom God will by no meanes be reconciled preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Decemb. 22, 1641 / by Stephen Marshall ...
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] A plea for defensive armes, or, A copy of a letter written by Mr. Stephen Marshall to a friend of his in the city, for the necessary vindication of himself and his ministerie, against that altogether groundlesse, most unjust and ungodly aspersion cast upon him by certain malignants in the city, and lately printed at Oxford, in their Mendacium aulicum, otherwise called, Mercurius Aulicus, and sent abroad into other nations to his perpetual infamie in which letter the accusation is fully answered, and together with that, the lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up defensive arms is briefly and learnedly asserted and demonstrated, texts of Scripture cleared, all objections to the contrary answered, to the full satisfaction of all those that desire to have their consciences informed in this great controversie.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] A peace-offering to God a sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament at their publique thanksgiving, September 7, 1641 : for the peace concluded between England and Scotland / by Stephen Marshall ...
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [Novemb. 3. 1642] A most true and succinct relation of the late battell neere Kineton in VVarwick-shire expressed in a letter from that godly and reverend divine Master Stephen Marshall, to his friend a worthy Member of the Honourable House of Commons.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] Meroz cursed, or, A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons, at their late solemn fast, Febr. 23, 1641 by Stephen Marshall ...
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] Meroz curse for not helping the Lord against the mightie being the substance of a sermon, preached on a day of humiliation, at St. Sepulchers, London, Decemb. 2. 1641 / by that powerfull and Godly divine, Mr. Stephen Marshall ; published in one sheet of paper, (not by the author) but by a lover of the truth, for their good especially, that are not able to buy bigger bookes ; being a very seasonable subject, wherein all that either out of policie or sloth, rfuse to helpe the Lord, may see their danger, and they that are willing are called, and directions given to them both what manner of persons they ought to be, and what they ought to doe to help the Lord ; wherein also every true Christian may see, that though they be never so weake or poore, yet they may, and ought to helpe the Lord, and by what meanes.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] A letter from Mr. Marshall and Mr. Nye, appointed assistants to the commissioners of Scotland to their brethren in England, concerning the successe of their affaires there, partly concerning the covenant.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1645] Gods master-piece. A sermon tending to manifest Gods glorious appearing in the building up of Zion: preached to the Right Honourable the House of Peers, in the Abbey Church of Westminster, March 26. 1645. Being the day of the monthly publike fast, / by Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word, at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the House of Peeres.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647] An expedient to preserve peace and amity, among dissenting brethren. By a brother in Christ
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1648] Emmanuel: a thanksgiving-sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons upon their solemn day of praising God for the victory obtained by the Parliaments forces in Southvvales. In the church of Margarets Westminster, May 17. 1648. / By Stephen Marshall B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] A divine project to save a kingdome: Opened in a sermon to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior and court of aldermen, of the citie of London, at their anniversary meeting on Easter Munday, Apr. 22. 1644. at Christ-Church. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods word at Finchingfield in Essex. Imprimatur, Charles Herle.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1646] A defence of infant-baptism: in answer to two treatises, and an appendix to them concerning it; lately published by Mr. Jo. Tombes. Wherein that controversie is fully discussed, the ancient and generally received use of it from the apostles dayes, untill the Anabaptists sprung up in Germany, manifested. The arguments for it from the holy Scriptures maintained, and the objections against it answered. / By Steven Marshall B.D. minister of the Gospell, at Finchingfield in Essex.
Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] A copy of a letter written by Mr. Stephen Marshall to a friend of his in the city, for the necessary vindication of himself and his ministry, against that altogether groundlesse, most unjust, and ungodly aspersion cast upon him by certaine malignants in the city, and lately printed at Oxford, in their Mendacium Aulicum, otherwise called Mercurius Aulicus, and sent abroad into other nations to his perpetuall infamy. In which letter the accusation is fully answered. And together with that, the lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up defensive arms is briefly and learnedly asserted and demonstrated, texts of Scripture cleared, all objections to the contrary answered, to the full satisfaction of all those that desire to have their consciences informed in this great controversie.
Marshall, William, 17th cent. / [1670] Answers upon several heads in philosophy first drawn up for the private satisfaction of some friends : now exposed to publick view and examination / by William Marshall, Dr. of physick of the colledge of physicians in London.
Marsham, John, Sir, 1602-1685. / [1649] Diatriba chronologica Johannis Marshami
Marsilius, of Padua, d. 1342? / [and fynysshed in the moneth of Iuly in the yere of our Lorde god a. M.CCCCC.xxxv. 1535] The defence of peace: lately translated out of laten in to englysshe. with the kynges moste gracyous priuilege
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1606] The vvonder of vvomen or The tragedie of Sophonisba as it hath beene sundry times acted at the Blacke Friers. Written by Iohn Marston.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1607] VVhat you vvill. By Iohn Marston
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1606] Parasitaster, or The favvne as it hath been diuers times presented at the blacke Friars, by the Children of the Queenes Maiesties Reuels, and since at Powles. VVritten by Iohn Marston.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1604] The malcontent. By Iohn Marston. 1604
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1598] The scourge of villanie Three bookes of satyres.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1598] The metamorphosis of Pigmalions image And certaine satyres.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1604] The malcontent. Augmented by Marston. With the additions played by the Kings Maiesties servants. Written by Ihon Webster. 1604
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1613] The insatiate countesse A tragedie: acted at VVhite-Fryers. VVritten by Iohn Marston.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1602] The history of Antonio and Mellida. The first part. As it hath beene sundry times acted, by the children of Paules. Written by I.M.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1610] Histrio-mastix· Or, The player vvhipt
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1602] Antonios reuenge. The second part. As it hath beene sundry times acted, by the children of Paules. Written by I.M.
Marston, John, 1575?-1634. / [1601] Iacke Drums entertainment: or The comedie of Pasquill and Katherine As it hath bene sundry times plaide by the Children of Powles.
Marston, John, Master of Arts. / [1642] A sermon preached at St. Margaretts in VVestminster on Sunday the sixt of February last, before many of the worthy members of the Honorable House of Commons in this present Parliament / by John Marston...
Martel, Margaret, d. 1697. / [1697] A true translation of a paper written in French, delivered by Margaret Martell to the under-sheriff at the time and place of her execution, at Suffolk-street end, July 16, 1697, for the barbarous murther of Elizabeth Pullen, wife of Paul Pullen, Esq.
Martel, Margaret, d. 1697. / [1697] A true copy of the paper delivered by Margaert [sic] Martels own hand, before she went to the place of execution, July the 16th, 1697
Marten, Henry, 1602-1680. / [1662] Coll. Henry Marten's familiar letters to his lady of delight Also her kind returnes. With his rival R. Pettingalls heroicall epistles. Published by Edm: Gayton, according to the original papers under their own hands: with an answer to that letter, intituled, A copy of H. Marten's letter in justification of the murther of the late King Charles.
Martial. / [1656] Ex otio negotium. Or, Martiall his epigrams translated. With sundry poems and fancies, / by R. Fletcher.
Martial. / [1629] Selected epigrams of Martial. Englished by Thomas May Esquire
Martial. / [1695] Epigrams of Martial, Englished with some other pieces, ancient and modern.
Martin, Joseph, ballad writer. / [1693?] The huntsmans delight, or, The forresters pleasure. [...] Tune of, Amongst the leaves so green. / By J.M.
Martin, Joseph, fl. 1685-1700. / [between 1685-1690] The seamans folly in marrying one so quickly; and for which he has cause to repent at leisure. Tune of, Cloris awake. / Written by Joseph Martin.
Martin, of Braga, Saint, ca. 515-579 or 80. / [1538?] The rule of an honest lyfe, wryten by the holy man Martyne, bysshop of Dumiense, unto ye ryght famouse kyng Myto, kyng of Galitia in spayne. And now (beyng founde in an auncyant copy) is faythfully translated out of the latyn tonge into Englyshe. For theyr sakes that be desyrous to rede englyshe bokes onely for utylyte and encrease of vertue. Here vnto is added a proper booke called: the Encheridyon of a spyrytuall lyfe
Martindale, Adam, 1623-1686. / [1692] The country-survey-book: or Land-meters vade-mecum Wherein the principles and practical rules for surveying of land, are so plainly (though briefly) delivered, that any one of ordinary parts (understanding how to add, substract, multiply and divide,) may by the help of this small treatise alone and a few cheap instruments easy to be procured, measure a parcel of land, and with judgment and expedition plot it, and give up the content thereof. With an appendix, containing twelve problems touching compound interest and annuities; and a method to contract the work of fellowship and alligation alternate, very considerably in many cases. Illustrated with copper plates. By Adam Martindale, a friend to mathematical learning.
Martyn, Joseph. / [1621] Nevv epigrams, and a satyre. VVritten by Ios: Martyn, a wel-wisher to study
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1680] A short historical essay touching general councils, creeds, and impositions in matters of religion ... written by that ingenious and worthy gentleman, Andrew Marvell ...
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1677] A seasonable argument to perswade all the grand juries in England to petition for a new Parliament, or, A list of the principal labourers in the great design of popery and arbitrary power who have betrayed their country to the conspirators, and bargain'd with them to maintain a standing army in England ...
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1678] Remarks upon a late disingenuous discourse, writ by one T.D. under the pretence de causa Dei, and of answering Mr. John Howe's letter and postscript of God's prescience, &c., affirming, as the Protestant docrine, that GOd doth by efficacious influence universally move and determine men to all their actions, even to those that are most wicked by a Protestant.
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1672] The rehearsal transpros'd, or, Animadversions upon a late book intituled, A preface, shewing what grounds there are of fears and jealousies of popery
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1675] Plain-dealing, or, A full and particular examination of a late treatise, entituled, Humane reason by A.M., a countrey gentleman.
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [Printed Anno Domini MDCLXXVI 1676] Mr. Smirke; or, The divine in mode: being certain annotations upon the animadversions on The naked truth : together with a short historical essay, concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions, in matters of religion / by Andreas Rivetus, Junior, anagr. Res Nuda Veritas.
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1666] An essay, or, A narrative of the two great fights at sea between the English and the Dutch, on the 1, 2, 3 and 4 of June, and on the 25 and 26 of July in the year of our Lord 1666
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1681] Miscellaneous poems by Andrew Marvell, Esq. ...
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1648] An elegy vpon the death of my Lord Francis Villiers
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1665] The character of Holland
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678. / [1677] An account of the growth of popery and arbitrary government in England more particularly, from the long prorogation of November, 1675, ending the 15th of February, 1676, till the last meeting of Parliament, the 16th of July, 1677.
Mascall, Leonard, d. 1589. / [1587] The first booke of cattell wherein is shewed the gouernment of oxen, kine, calues, and how to vse bulles and other cattell to the yoake, and fell. With diuers approued remedies, to helpe most diseases among cattell: most necessarie for all, especially for husband men, hauing the gouernment of any such cattell. Gathered and set forth by Leonard Mascall.
Mascall, Leonard, d. 1589. / [1572] A booke of the arte and maner, howe to plant and graffe all sortes of trees howe to set stones, and sowe pepines to make wylde trees to graffe on, as also remedies and mediicnes [sic]. VVith diuers other newe practise, by one of the Abbey of Saint Vincent in Fraunce, practised with his owne handes, deuided into seauen chapters, as hereafter more plainely shall appeare, with an addition in the ende of this booke, of certaine Dutch practises, set forth and Englished, by Leonard Mascall.
Mascall, Leonard, d. 1589. / [1590] A booke of fishing with hooke & line, and of all other instruments thereunto belonging. Another of sundrie engines and trappes to take polcats, buzards, rattes, mice and all other kindes of vermine & beasts whatsoeuer, most profitable for all warriners, and such as delight in this kinde of sport and pastime. Made by L.M.
Mascardi, Agostino, 1591-1640. / [1693] An historical relation of the conspiracy of John Lewis, Count de Fieschi, against the city and republic of Genoua, in the year 1547 written in Italian by Augustin Mascardi, Gentleman of the Bed-chamber to Pope Urban the Eighth ; done into English by the Honourable Hugh Hare, Esq.
Mason, Francis, 1566?-1621. / [1638] Vindiciæ Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ; siue De legitimo eiusdem ministerio id est, de episcoporum successione, consecratione, electione & confirmatione; item, de presbyterorum, & diaconorum ordinatione, libri V. In quibus Ecclesia Anglicana à Bellarmini, Sanderi, Bristoi, Hardingi, Alani, Stapletoni, Parsonij, Kellisoni, Eudæmonis, Becani, aliorúmque romanistarum calumnijs, & contumelijs vindicatur. Editio secunda, priori Anglicanâ longè auctior, & emendatior. Cui inter alia accesserunt ad Fitzherberti presbyteri, Fitz-Simonis Iesuitæ, D. Kellisoni, Champnæi Sorbonistæ, Fluddi, & nescio cujus anonymi exceptiones suis quæque locis intertextæ responsiones. Opus ex idiomate Anglicano traductum, & locupletatum ab ipso authore Franc. Masono, in S. Theologia Bacchal. Archidiacono Norfolc. et socio Colleg. Mertonensis apud Oxonienses.
Mason, Francis, 1566?-1621. / [1621] Two sermons, preached at the Kings court, this Ianuary, 1620 Concerning Davids adultery, and his politick practices. By Francis Mason, Archdeacon of Norfolk, and Chaplain to his Maiesty in ordinary.
Mason, Francis, 1566?-1621. / [Anno 1613] Of the consecration of the bishops in the Church of England with their succession, iurisdiction, and other things incident to their calling: as also of the ordination of priests and deacons. Fiue bookes: wherein they are cleared from the slanders and odious imputations of Bellarmine, Sanders, Bristow, Harding, Allen, Stapleton, Parsons, Kellison, Eudemon, Becanus, and other romanists: and iustified to containe nothing contrary to the Scriptures, councels, Fathers, or approued examples of primitiue antiquitie. By Francis Mason, Batchelour of Diuinitie, and sometimes fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxeford.
Mason, Francis, 1566?-1621. / [1607] The avthoritie of the Chvrch in making canons and constitutions concerning things indifferent and the obedience thereto required: with particular application to the present estate of the Church of England. Deliuered in a sermon preached in the Greene yard at Norwich the third Sunday after Trinitie. 1605. By Fran. Mason, Bacheler of Diuinitie, and sometime fellow of Merton College in Oxford. And now in sundrie points by him enlarged.
Mason, George, fl. 1610-1617. / [1618] The ayres that vvere sung and played, at Brougham Castle in Westmerland, in the Kings entertainment giuen by the Right Honourable the Earle of Cumberland, and his right noble sonne the Lord Clifford. Composed by Mr. George Mason, and Mr. Iohn Earsden.
Mason, George, fl. 1620. / [M. DC. XXV 1625] Grammaire angloise pour facilement et promptement apprendre la langue angloise : qui peut aussi aider aux anglois pour apprendre la langue françoise.
Mason, George, fl. 1620? / [M DC XXXIII 1633] Grammaire angloise contenant certaines reigles bien exactes pour la prononciation, orthographie, & construction de nostre langue : en faueur des estrangers qui en sont desireux / par George Mason, marchand de Londres.
Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647. / [1624] The nevv art of lying couered by Iesuites vnder the vaile of equiuocation, discouered and disproued by Henry Mason.
Mason, James, M.A. / [1612] The anatomie of sorcerie VVherein the wicked impietie of charmers, inchanters, and such like, is discouered and confuted. By Iames Mason, Master of Artes.
Mason, John, 1586-1635. / [1620] A briefe discourse of the Nevv-found-land with the situation, temperature, and commodities thereof, inciting our nation to goe forward in that hopefull plantation begunne.
Mason, John, 1646?-1694. / [1671] The waters of Marah sweetned A sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Clare Wittewronge, eldest daughter to Joseph Alston Esq; and late wife to John Wittewronge Esq;: who was interred at Stantonbury in the county of Bucks. Octob. 22. 1669. By Mr. John Mason, minister.
Mason, John, 1646?-1694. / [1699] Spiritual songs, or, Songs of praise to Almighty God upon several occasions Together with the Song of Songs which is Solomons: [F]irst turn'd, then par[ap]hrased in English verse. To which may be added, Penitential cries.
Mason, John, 1646?-1694. / [1696] Penitential cries, in thirty--two hymns Begun by the author of the Songs of praise and Midnight cry; and carried on by another hand. Licensed Sept. 12th. 1693.
Mason, John, 1646?-1694. / [1692] The midnight cry a sermon preached on the parable of the ten virgins / by J.M ...
Mason, John, fl. 1606-1610. / [1610] The Turke A worthie tragedie. As it hath bene diuers times acted by the Children of his Maiesties Reuels. Written by Iohn Mason Maister of Artes.
Mason, John, fl. 1676-1683. / [1676] Mentis humanæ metamorphosis, sive conversio, The history of the young converted gallant, or, Directions to the readers of that divine poem written by Benjamin Keach, intituled Warre with the devil here shewing the readers thereof how to read the same poem aright in these four respects, viz. I. in reference to the substance or history thereof, II. in reference to the intent or mystery thereof, III. in reference to the consequent doctrine thereof, IV. in reference to practical application thereof / compiled in a poem by J. Mason, Gent. ...
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1660] To both Houses of Parliament. That there is a weighty trust reposed in you, 'tis no ambition in me to tell you; for verily the righteous God requires the performance of it from you; the right discharging whereof is of great concernment (and the hearty desire of him that sends this) to you. ...
Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. / [1665] Love and good-will to all, the author sends, but specially to Zion and her friends
Mason, Robert, 1571-1635. / [1605] Reasons academie. Set foorth by Robert Mason of Lincolnes Inne, Gent
Mason, Robert, 1571-1635. / [1609] A mirrour for merchants With an exact table to discouer the excessiue taking of vsurie, against the lawes manifested in this treatise of Reasons academy. Set forth by R. Mason of Lincolnes Inne gent.
Mason, William, Anabaptist. / [1653] A little starre, giving some light into the counsels and purposes of God revealed in the Scriptures. Or A catechisme, wherein these ensuing principles. 1. What God is, and how he manifests himselfe. 2 Why he made the world and man. 3. Mans condition, what, 1. by creation. 2. By his fall. 3. By being restored by Jesus Christ. 4 The uses and ends of the law. 5. What the Gospell is. 6. Justification what it is. 7. Sanctification what, and how it is wrought. 8. What repentance is. 9. The use and ends of the Scriptures. 10. What true prayer is. 11. Baptisme, and the Lords Supper, why, and how used. 12. Generall redemption what, and how to be adjudged of. 13. Resurrection and judgement what. 14. Heaven and Hell what, in truth and misterie. All which are briefly by way of question and answer opened and explained. / By VVilliam Mason.
Mason, William, M.A. / [1621] A handful of essaies. Or Imperfect offers: by W: Mason Master of Arts
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1659] A declaration of the General Court of the Massachusets holden at Boston in New-England, October, 1659, concerning the execution of two Quakers.
Massachusetts. General Court. / [1676] At a general court held at Boston May the 3d, 1676 by the court, Edward Rawson, secretary.
Massard, Jaques. / [1690] Remarks upon the dream of the late abdicated Queen of England and upon that of madam the Dutchess of La Valiere, late mistress to the French king, and now nun of the order of Bare-Footed-Carmelites at Paris / by the author of the Harmony of prophesies, &c. ; being the paper the publisher whereof was condemned last month to be broken alive on the wheel, by the Parliament of Roan ; done from the French copy printed in Amsterdam.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1622] The virgin martir a tragedie. As it hath bin diuers times publickely acted with great applause, by the seruants of his Maiesties Reuels. Written by Phillip Messenger and Thomas Deker.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1639] The unnaturall combat A tragedie. The scæne Marsellis. Written by Philip Massinger. As it was presented by the Kings Majesties Servants at the Globe.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1655] Three new playes; viz. The [brace] bashful lover, Guardian, Very woman. As they have been often acted at the private-house in Black-Friers, by His late Majesties Servants, with great applause. / Written by Philip Massenger, Gent. Never printed before.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1629] The Roman actor A tragædie. As it hath diuers times beene, with good allowance acted, at the private play-house in the Black-Friers, by the Kings Majesties Servants. Written by Philip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [Anno. M.DC.XXXIII. 1633] A new way to pay old debts a comoedie as it hath beene often acted at the Phænix in Drury-Lane, by the Queenes Maiesties seruants. The author. Philip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1630] The renegado a tragæcomedie. As it hath beene often acted by the Queenes Maiesties seruants, at the priuate Play-house in Drurye-Lane. By Philip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1632] The maid of honour As it hath beene often presented with good allowance at the Phœnix in Drurie-Lane, by the Queenes Majesties Servants. Written by Philip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1630] The picture a tragæcomædie : as it was often presented with good allowance, at the Globe, and Blackefriers play-houses, by the Kings Maiesties seruants / written by Philip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1656] The excellent comedy called, The old law, or, A new way to please you by Phil. Massinger, Tho. Middleton, William Rowley ... ; together with an exact and perfect catalogue of all the playes, with the authors names, and what are comedies, tragedies, histories, pastoralls, masks, interludes, more exactly printed than ever before.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1636] The great Duke of Florence A comicall historie. As it hath beene often presented with good allowance by her Maties Servants at the Phœnix in Drurie Lane. Written by Philip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1632] The fatall dovvry a tragedy. As it hath beene often acted at the Priuate House in Blackefryers, by his Maiesties Seruants. Written by P.M. and N.F.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [anno 1632] The Emperour of the East· A tragæ-comœdie. The scæne Constantinople. As it hath bene diuers times acted, at the Black-friers, and Globe play-houses, by the Kings Maiesties Seruants. Written by Philip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1623] The Duke of Millaine A tragædie. As it hath beene often acted by his Maiesties seruants, at the blacke Friers. Written by Philip Massinger Gent.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1624] The bond-man an antient storie. As it hath been often acted with good allowance, at the Cock-pit in Drury-lane: by the most excellent princesse, the Lady Elizabeth her Seruants. By Phillip Massinger.
Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640. / [1659] The city-madam a comedie, as it was acted at the private house in Black Friers with great applause / written by Phillip Massinger, Gent.
Master, William, 1627-1684. / [1654] Logoi eukairoi, essayes and observations theologicall & morall. Wherein many of the humours and diseases of the age are discovered, and characteriz'd: divers cautions and directions præscribed for the avoidance of their infection, and the promotion of their cure. Together with some meditations & prayers adjoyn'd, serving to the same purpose. / By a student in theologie.
Master, William, 1627-1684. / [1653] Drops of myrrhe, or, Meditations and prayers, fitted to divers of the preceding arguments.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1693] The wonders of the invisible world observations as well historical as theological upon the nature, the number and the operations of the devils : accompany'd with I. Some accounts of the greievous [sic] molestations by daemons and witchcrafts ... and the trials of some eminent malefactors ... II. Some councils directing a due improvement of the terrible things lately done by the unusual and amazing range of evil spirits ... III. Some conjectures upon the great events likely to befall the world in general and New England in particular ... IV. A short narrative of a late outrage committed by a knot of witches in Swedeland ... V. The devil discovered, in a brief discourse upon those temptations which are the more ordinary devices of the wicked one / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1690] The wonderful works of God commemorated praises bespoke for the God of heaven in a thanksgiving sermon delivered on Decemb. 19, 1689 : containing reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God ... : to which is added A sermon preached unto a convention of the Massachuset-colony in New-England ... / by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1690] The way to prosperity a sermon / preached to the honourable convention of the governour, council, and representatives of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England on May 23, 1690 by Cotton Mather.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1690] Speedy repentance urged a sermon preached at Boston, December 29, 1689 : in the hearing and at the request of one Hugh Stone, [a mis]erable man [under a just sen]tence of [death] for a [tragical and] hor[rible murder : together with some account concerning the character, carriage, and execution of that unhappy malefactor : to which are added certain memorable providences relating to some other murders, & some great instances of repentance which have been seen amonst us / by Cotton Mather.]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1689] Souldiers counselled and comforted a discourse delivered unto some part of the forces engaged in the just war of New-England against the northern & eastern Indians, Sept. 1, 1689 / by Cotton Mather ...
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1689] Small offers towards the service of the tabernacle in the wilderness four discourses accommodated unto the designs of practical godliness : preached partly at Boston, partly at Charleston / by Cotton Mather ; published by a gentleman lately restored from threatening sickness as a humble essay to serve the interest of religion, in gratitude unto God for his recovery.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1689] Right thoughts in sad hours representing the comforts and the duties of good men under all their afflictions; and particularly, that one, the untimely death of children: in a sermon delivered at Charls-town, New England; under a fresh experience of that calamity.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1682] A poem dedicated to the memory of the Reverend and excellent Mr. Urian Oakes, the late pastor to Christ's flock and præsident of Harvard Colledge in Cambridge ...
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1689] Memorable providences relating to witchcrafts and possessions a faithful account of many wonderful and surprising things that have befallen several bewitched and possesed person in New-England, particularly a narrative of the marvellous trouble and releef experienced by a pious family in Boston, very lately and sadly molested with evil spirits : whereunto is added a discourse delivered unto a congregation in Boston on the occasion of that illustrious providence : as also a discourse delivered unto the same congregation on the occasion of an horrible self-murder committed in the town : with an appendix in vindication of a chapter in a late book of remarkable providences from the calumnies of a Quaker at Pen-silvania / written by Cotton Mather ... and recommended by the ministers of Boston and Charleston.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1689] The declaration of the gentlemen, merchants, and inhabitants of Boston, and the countrey adjacent, April 18th, 1689
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. / [1687] Military duties recommended to an artillery company; at their election of officers, in Charls-town, 13. d. 7. m. 1686. By Cotton Mather, pastor of a church in Boston.
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1693] A further account of the tryals of the New-England witches with the observations of a person who was upon the place several days when the suspected witches were first taken into examination : to which is added, Cases of conscience concerning witchcrafts and evil spirits personating men / written at the request of the ministers of New-England by Increase Mather ...
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. / [1684] An essay for the recording of illustrious providences wherein an account is given of many remarkable and very memorable events which have hapned this last age, especially in New-England / by Increase Mather, teacher of a church at Boston in New-England.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1652] The summe of certain sermons upon Genes. 15.6 vvherein not only the doctrine of justification by faith is asserted and cleared, and sundry arguments for justification before faith, discussed and answered : but also the nature and the meanes of faith, with the imputation of our sins to Christ, and of Christs righteousness to us are briefly explained and confirmed / preached at Dorchester in New-England by Richard Mather ... ; and now by him published at the earnest request of sundry well-affected and Godly Christians.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1647] A reply to Mr. Rutherfurd, or A defence of the answer to Reverend Mr. Herles booke against the independency of churches. VVherein such objections and answers, as are returned to sundry passages in the said answer by Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd, a godly and learned brother of the Church of Scotland, in his boke entituled The due right of Presbyters, are examined and removed, and the answer justified and cleared. / By Richard Macher [sic] teacher to the church at Dorchester in New England. 1646.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1644] A modest & brotherly ansvver to Mr. Charles Herle his book, against the independency of churches. Wherein his foure arguments for the government of synods over particular congregations, are friendly examined, and clearly answered. Together, with Christian and loving animadversions upon sundry other observable passages in the said booke. All tending to declare the true use of synods, and the power of congregationall churches in the points of electing and ordaining their owne officers, and censuring their offendors. By Richard Mather teacher of the Church at Dorchester; and William Tompson pastor of the Church at Braintree in New-England. Sent from thence after the assembly of elders were dissolved that last met at Cambridg to debate matters about church-government.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1650] An heart-melting exhortation together with a cordiall consolation presented in a letter from New-England to their dear countrymen of Lancashire : which may as well concern all others in these suffering times / by Richard Mather ... and William Tompson ...
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1659] A disputation concerning church-members and their children in answer to XXI questions wherein the state of such children when adult, together with their duty towards the church, and the churches duty towards them is discussed by an assembly of divines meeting at Boston in New England, June 4th, 1657 / now published by a lover of truth.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1664] A defence of the answer and arguments of the synod met at Boston in the year 1662 concerning the subject of Baptism and consociation of churches against the reply made thereto, by the Reverend Mr. John Davenport, pastor of the church at New-Haven, in his treatise entituled Another essay for investigation of the truth &c. : together with an answer to the apologetical preface set before that essay, by some of the elders who were members of the Synod above-mentioned.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1643] Church-government and church-covenant discussed, in an answer of the elders of the severall churches in New-England to two and thirty questions, sent over to them by divers ministers in England, to declare their judgments therein. Together with an apologie of the said elders in New-England for church-covenant, sent over in answer to Master Bernard in the yeare 1639. As also in an answer to nine positions about church-government. And now published for the satisfaction of all who desire resolution in those points.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1650] A catechisme, or, The grounds and principles of Christian religion set forth by way of question and answer wherein the summe of the doctrine of religion is comprised, familiarly opened, and clearly confirmed from the Holy Scriptures / by Richard Mather, teacher to the church at Dorchester in New England.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. / [1643] An apologie of the churches in New-England for church-covenant, or, A discourse touching the covenant between God and men, and especially concerning church-covenant ... sent over in answer to Master Bernard, in the yeare 1639 ...
Mathews, Lemuel, fl. 1661-1705. / [1667] A p[i]ndarique elegie upon the death of the R.R. Father in God Jeremy, late Lord Bishop of Doune, Connor, and Dromore by Le. Mathews ...
Matthieu, Pierre, 1563-1621. / [1614] The history of Levvis the eleuenth VVith the most memorable accidents which happened in Europe during the two and twenty yeares of his raigne. Enricht with many obseruations which serue as commentaries. Diuided into eleuen bookes. Written in French by P. Mathieu historiographer to the French King. And translated into English by Edvv: Grimeston Sergeant at Armes
Matthieu, Pierre, 1563-1621. / [1612] The heroyk life and deplorable death of the most Christian King Henry the fourth Addressed to his immortall memory; by P: Mathieu, counceller and historiographer of France. Translated by Ed: Grimeston, Esquire.
Mauclerc, Julien. / [1669] A new treatise of architecture, according to Vitruvius wherein is discoursed of the five orders of columns, viz. : the Tuscan, Dorick, Ionick, Corinthian, and Composite : divided into seven chapters : vvhich declare their different proportions, measures, and proper names, according to the practice of the antient architects, both Greeks and Romans : as also of all their parts general and particular necessary in ... the beautifying of buildings in cities, as for necessary fortifications of them / designed by Julian Mauclerc ... ; whereunto are added the several measures and proportions of the famous architects, Scamozzi, Palladio, and Vignola : with some rules of perspective ; the whole represented in fifty large prints ...; so set forth in English by Robert Pricke.
Maule, Thomas, 1645-1724. / [1697] Nevv-England pesecutors [sic] mauled vvith their own vveapons giving some account of the bloody laws made at Boston against the kings subjects that dissented from their way of worship : together with a brief account of the imprisonment and tryal of Thomas Maule of Salem, for publishing a book entituled Truth held forth and maintained, &c. / by Tho. Philathes.
Maurice, Henry, 1648-1691. / [1690] Remarks from the country, upon the two letters relating to the convocation and alterations in the liturgy
Maximianus, 6th cent. / [1688] Elegies of old age made English from the Latin of Cn. Cornelivs Gallvs.
Maximinus, Iacobus. / [1622] Whereas the professor hereof, Iacobus Maximinus, borne in Italy, and lately come out of Germanie, hath attained vnto the demonstration of the making of foure most strange and rare artificiall stones, and a sweete ball, and the true vertues thereof: and the names and colours of euery stone The first, is the moraccolocius stone is white: the famous amethist is the redde stone: the famous safaris is the purple stone: the safonya, which is the straw coloured stone, &c.
Maxsey, Andrew. / [1680] A copy of verses presented to all my vvorthy masters and mistresses in the parish of Lambeth by Andrew Maxsey, belman.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1613] The imperiall and princely pedegree of the two most noble and vertuous princes lately married Friderick the first of this name, Prince Palatinate, Duke of Bauiere ... sprung from glorious Charlemaigne [brace] and [brace] Elizabeth, Infanta of Albion ... onely daughter of our most gracious soveraigne Charles-James / [by] Iames Maxwell.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1613] An English-royall pedegree common to the two most noble princes lately married Friderick, first prince of imperiall blood sprung from glorious Charlemagne, Count Palatine of the Rhine ... [brace] and [brace] ELizabeth, Infanta of Albion, Princesse Palatine ... onely daughter of our most gracious King Iames and Queene Anne : being both of them in one and the same degree of lineall descent from Edward the Third, the victorious king of England / [by] Iames Maxwell.
Maxwell, James, b. 1581. / [1614] Admirable and notable prophesies vttered in former times by 24. famous Romain-Catholickes, concerning the Church of Rome's defection, tribulation, and reformation / written first in Latine, & now published in the English tongue, both by Iames Maxwell ...
Maxwell, John, 1590?-1647. / [1680] Sacro-sancta regum majestas, or, The sacred and royal prerogative of Christian kings. Wherein sovereignty is by Holy Scriptures, reverend antiquity, and sound reason asserted, by discussing of five questions. And the Puritanical, Jesuitical, antimonarchical grounds are disproved, and the untruth and weakness of their new-devised-state-principles are discovered. Dei gratia mea lux.
Maxwell, John, 1590?-1647. / [1641] Episcopacie not abivred in His Maiesties realme of Scotland containing many remarkable passages newly pvblished, the contents of the severall chapters follow in the next page.
Maxwell, John, 1590?-1647. / [Anno 1644] An answer by letter to a worthy gentleman who desired of a divine some reasons by which it might appeare how inconsistent presbyteriall government is with monarchy. In which the platforme of that government is briefly delineated, with the tenents and suitable practices thereof. And withall it is demonstrated, that it is inconsistent with any government whatsoever; is full of faction, sedition and treason; an enemy to all peace, domesticall, neighbourly, brotherly, &c. against soveraigne authority, authority of all iudges, and iudicatories, entrenching upon all so farre, as there can be no liberty of person, trade, commerce or propriety, but at their pleasure who bear sway therein.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1639] The tragedy of Julia Agrippina; Empresse of Rome. By T.M.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1635] The victorious reigne of King Edvvard the Third Written in seven bookes. By his Majesties command.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1639] The tragedie of Cleopatra Queen of Ægypt. By T.M. Acted 1626
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1633] The reigne of King Henry the Second written in seaven bookes. By his Majesties command.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1631] The tragedy of Antigone, the Theban princesse. Written by T.M.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1658] The old couple a comedy / by Thomas May, Esq.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1643] The observator, upon the successe of former Parliaments: being by way of parralell compared with this present Parliament. Published to un-deceive the people.
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1647] The history of the Parliament of England, which began November the third, MDCXL with a short and necessary view of some precedent yeares / written by Thomas May, Esquire ...
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1622.] The heire an excellent comedie. As it was lately acted by the Company of the Reuels. / Writren [sic] by T.M. Gent..
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1642] A discovrse concerning the svccesse of former Parliaments
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1630] A continuation of Lucan's historicall poem till the death of Iulius Cæsar by TM
May, Thomas, 1595-1650. / [1655] A breviary of the history of the Parliament of England expressed in three parts, 1. The causes and beginnings of the civil war of England, 2. A short mention of the progress of that civil war, 3. A compendious relation of the original and progress of the second civil war / first written in Latine, & after into English by Thomas May.
May, Thomas, ca. 1645-1718. / [1690] An epitomy of English history wherein arbitrary government is display'd to the life, in the illegal transactions of the late times under the tyrannick usurpation of Oliver Cromwell; being a paralell to the four years reign of the late King James, whose government was popery, slavery, and arbitrary power, but now happily delivered by the instrumental means of King William & Queen Mary. Illustrated with copper plates. By Tho. May Esq; a late Member of Parliament.
Mayeres, Randulph. / [1638] Mayeres his travels containing a true recapitulation of all the remarkable passages which befell in the authors peregrination and voyages, as namely in these imployments following: viz. his 1 voyage for the wars in Ireland in Queen E.R. 2 At Breda, under one of the four English Colonell regiments. 3 With Count Mansfield. 4 To Cales. 5 To the Ile of Rhee. Wherunto is added a speech the author held with great King Hunger in his journey over the alpes. Collected and written by him who was both an actor, and an eye witnesse in the above named severall imployments, the space of forty yeeres, R.M.S. Gent. Published with license and authority.
Mayerne, Théodore Turquet de, Sir, 1573-1655. / [1676] A treatise of the gout Written originally in the French tongue, by Theodor Turquet, De Mayerne, knight, Baron of Aubonne, councellor, and chief physitian to the late King and Queen of England. Englished for the general benefit, by Thomas Sherley, M.D. physitian in ordinary to his present Majesty Charles the II. Whereunto is added, advice about hypochondriacal-fits, by the same author.
Mayerne, Théodore Turquet de, Sir, 1573-1655. / [1677] Medicinal councels, or advices written originally in French by Dr. Theodor Turquet de Mayerne ... ; put out in Latine at Gevena by Theoph. Bonetus ; Englished by Tho. Sherley ...
Mayhew, Thomas. / [1658] Upon the death of his late highness, Oliver lord protector of the Common-Wealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and the dominions and territories thereunto belonging
Mayhill, Samuel. / [1690?] A proposal for raising the annual sum of 520 000 l. and not touch the prime cost of wrought goods above one farthing in the shilling, nor be at any more charge than two pence in the pound collecting. ... By Samuel Myhill, weaver ...
Maylins, Robert. / [1661] A letter which was delivered to the King on the second day of the second moneth 1660, sent (from the Barbadoes, on the behalf of many thousands in the West-Indies)
Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1646] A shadovv of the victory of Christ, represented to the Honourable House of Commons, in a sermon preached at Margarets Westminster on the day of the publick fast, Octob. 28. 1646. / By John Maynard, Minister of the Gospel at Mayfield in Sussex.
Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1645] A sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, Feb. 26. 1644. / By John Maynard, minister of the Word of God at Mayfield in Sussex, and a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1669] A memento to young and old: or, The young man's remembrancer, and the old man's monitor. By that eminent and judicious divine, Mr. John Maynard, late of Mayfield in Sussex. Published by William Gearing, minister of the Gospel
Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1674] The law of God ratified by the gospel of Christ, or, The harmony of the doctrine of faith with the law of righteousness wherein many of the types and rites of the ceremonial law are unfolded, and the moral law adjusted a rule of holy living to all, though justified by faith / as it was delivered in several sermons preacht to the parochial congregation of Mayfield in Sussex by Mr. Mainard late rector thereof, publisht since his death.
Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1668] The beauty and order of the creation together with natural and allegorical meditations on the six dayes works of the creation : with the addition of two compendious discourses : I. of the creation of man after the image of God, II. of the creation of angels, with a description of their several properties / by ... Mr. John Maynard ... ; published by William Gearing ...
Maynard, John, b. 1576 or 7. / [1611] The XII. wonders of the vvorld Set and composed for the violl de gambo, the lute, and the voyce to sing the verse, all three ioyntly, and none seuerall: also lessons for the lute and base violl to play alone: with some lessons to play lyra-wayes alone, or if you will, to fill vp the parts, with another violl set lute-way. Newly composed by Iohn Maynard, lutenist at the most famouse schoole of St. Iulians in Hartfordshire.
Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. / [Aug. 11. 1648] A speech spoken in the Honourable House of Commons. By Sir Iohn Maynard knight of the Bath, one of the 11. impeached members, wherein he hath stated the case of Lieutenant Colonel Iohn Lilburne, and done him more reall service, in procuring his liberty, then all his seeming friends in the kingdome. Whereunto is annexed the copie of a petition presented August 1. 1648. to the honourable House of Commons, subscribed by neare ten thousand persons, in the behalfe of L.C. John Lilburn, with the answer, orders, and proceedings of the Lords and Commons thereupon.
Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. / [1650] The picklock of the old Fenne project: or, Heads of Sir John Maynard his severall speeches, taken in short-hand, at the committee for Lincolneshire Fens, in the exchequer chamber. Consisting of matter of fact. Matter of law. Presidents quæres and answers.
Maynard, John, Sir, 1602-1690. / [1641] Mr. Maynards speech before both Houses in Parliament upon Wednesday the xxiiijth of March in reply upon the Earle of Straffords answer to his articles at the barre.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1665] To His Royall Highnesse, the Duke of Yorke on our late sea-fight.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1662] A sermon preached at the consecration of the Right Reverend Father in God, Herbert, Lord Bishop of Hereford by Jasper Mayne ...
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [cIc Icc ILVII i.e. 1647] A sermon concerning unity & agreement preached at Carfax Church in Oxford, August 9, 1646 / by Iasper Maine ...
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1652] A sermon against schisme, or, The seperations of these times preacht in the church of Wattlington in Oxford-shire, with some interruption, September 11, 1652 : at a publick dispute held there between Jasper Mayne, D.D. and one ----- ...
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1647] A sermon against false prophets preached in St. Maries Church in Oxford, shortly after the surrender of that garrison / by Iasper Maine ...
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [Anno Dom. M.DC.XXXIX. 1639] The citye match A comoedye. Presented to the King and Queene at White-hall. Acted since at Black-friers by His Maiesties Servants.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1653] Certain sermons and letters of defence and resolution to some of the late controversies of our times by Jas. Mayne.
Mayne, Jasper, 1604-1672. / [1648] The amorous warre a tragi-comœdy.
Mayne, John, fl. 1673-1675. / [1676] The practical gauger, being a plain and easie method of gauging all sorts of brewing vessels whereunto is added, a short synopsis of the laws of excise / by John Mayne.
Mayne, John, fl. 1673-1675. / [1675] Arithmetick vulgar, decimal, & algebraical. In a most plain and facile method for common capacities. Together with a treatise of simple and compound interest and rebate; with two tables for the calculation of the value of leases and annuities, payable quarterly; the one for simple, the other for compound interest, at 6. per cent. per annum; with rules for making the like for any other rate. To which is added a new, and most practical way of gauging of tunns. As also the art of cask-gauging, for the use of His Majesties Officers of the Excise.
Mayne, John, fl. 1673-1675. / [1674] Socius mercatoris: or The merchant's companion: in three parts. The first, being a plain and easie introduction to arithmetick, vulgur and decimal, the extraction of the square and cube roots, with a table of 200 square roots, and their use in the resolution of square equations. The second, a treatise of simple and compound interest and rebate, with two tables for the calculation of the value of leases or annuities, payable quarterly, the one for simple, the other compound interest, at 6 per cent. per annum, with rules for making the like for any other rate. The third, a new and exact way of measuring solids in the form of a prismoid and cylindroid, with the frustums of pyramids and of a cone: whereunto is added, some practical rules and examples for cask-gauging. By John Mayne, philo-accomptant.
Maynwaring, Arthur, 1668-1712. / [printed in the year, 1690] The king of hearts
Maynwaring, Roger, 1590-1653. / [1627] Religion and alegiance [sic] in two sermons preached before the Kings Maiestie, the one on the fourth of Iuly, anno 1627. at Oatlands, the other on the 29. of Iuly the same yeere, at Alderton / by Roger Maynwaring ... ; by His Maiesties speciall command.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? / [1690] The test and tryal of medicines and the different modes of medical practice. Shewing what hopes of help, from physick and physicians. By E.M. Med. D.
Mazzella, Scipione. / [1654] Parthenopoeia, or, The history of the most noble and renowned kingdom of Naples with the dominions therunto annexed and the lives of all their kings : the first part / by that famous antiquary Scipio Mazzella ; made English by Mr. Samson Lennard ... ; the second part compil'd by James Howell, Esq., who, besides som [sic] supplements to the first part, drawes on the threed [sic] of the story to these present times, 1654 ; illustrated with the figures of the kings and arms of all the provinces.