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No person of quality. / [1698] Aesop at Tunbridge, or, A few select fables in verse by no person of quality.
Nobleman of that university. / [1681] A pastoral copy presented to His Majesty at Cambridge by a nobleman of that university.
Nolle, Heinrich, fl. 1612-1619. / [1655] Hermetical physick: or, The right way to preserve, and to restore health. By that famous and faithfull chymist, Henry Nollius. Englished by Henry Uaughan, Gent.
Noot, Jan van der, ca. 1538-ca. 1596. / [Anno Domini. 1569] A theatre wherein be represented as wel the miseries & calamities that follow the voluptuous worldlings as also the greate ioyes and plesures which the faithfull do enioy. An argument both profitable and delectable, to all that sincerely loue the word of God. Deuised by S. Iohn van-der Noodt. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.
Noot, Jan van der, ca. 1538-ca. 1596. / [1569] The gouerance and preseruation of them that feare the plage. Set forth by John Vandernote, phisicion and surgion, admitted by the kynge his highenesse. Now newly set forth at the request of William Barnard of London Draper. 1569
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1600] Vicissitudo rerum An elegiacall poeme, of the interchangeable courses and varietie of things in this world. The first part.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1607] The surueyors dialogue Diuided into fiue bookes: very profitable for all men to peruse, that haue to do with the reuenues of land, or the manurance, vse, or occupation thereof, both lords and tenants: as also and especially for such as indeuor to be seene in the faculty of surueying of mannors, lands, tenements, &c. By I.N.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1594] Surrey Jo. Nordenus deliniauit 1594 ; Carolus Whitwell sculpsit.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1585] A sinfull mans solace most sweete and comfortable, for the sicke and sorowful soule: contriued, into seuen seuerall daies conference, betweene Christ and a carelesse sinner. Wherin, euerie man, from the highest, to the lowest: from the richest, to the poorest: and aboue all, the sorowfull sinner: maye take such sweet repaste of resolution, to amendment of lyfe, and confirmation of fayth: that (in respect of the heauenlie solace, therin faithfully remembered:) all the pompes and pleasures of this wicked worlde, shall be plainely perceiued to be meere miserie. Writcen [sic], by Iohn Norden.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1596] A progresse of pietie. Or the harbour of heauenly harts ease to recreate the afflicted soules of all such as are shut vp in anye inward or outward affliction. By Iohn Norden.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1599.] A prayer for the prosperous proceedings and good successe of the Earle of Essex and his companies, in their present expedition in Ireland against Tyrone and his adherents, rebels there. Fit to be vsed of all loyall subiects, as well in that countrie, as in England. / By Iohn Norden..
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1620] A poore mans rest founded vpon motiues, meditations, and prayers. Expressing to the inward man, true consolation. In all kindes and times of afflication. By Io. Norden.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1603] A pensiue soules delight The contents whereof, is shewen in these verses following. I. The pensiue soule recounteth in this place, Elizaes troubles, and Elizaes grace. 2. Here are expressed the stratagems of foes, Elizaes conquests, and their falls that rose. 3. Here is set forth Elizaes lenitie, and locust-Catholickes superbitie. By Iohn Norden.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1584] A pensiue mans practise Very profitable for all personnes, wherein are conteyned verie deuout and necessary prayers for sundry godlie purposes. VVith requisite perswasions before euery prayer. VVritten by Iohn Norden.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1615] A pensiue soules delight. Or, The deuout mans helpe. Consisting of motiues, meditations and prayers, for all persons and purposes, vpon what occasion so euer, either priuate or publike. By Iohn Norden
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1626] A pathvvay to patience in all manner of crosses, tryals, troubles, and afflictions: inwardly for sinne, or outwardly by sicknesse, pouerty, enemies, imprisonment, banishment, slaunders, disobedience of children, houshold-crosses betweene man and wife, &c. With necessary prayers for euerie of them; as also for diuers other necessarie purposes. By I.N.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1596] Nordens preparatiue to his Speculum Britanniæ. Intended a reconciliation of sundrie propositions by diuers person tendred, concerning the same.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1597] The mirror of honor wherein euerie professor of armes, from the generall, chieftaines and high commanders, to the priuate officer and inferiour souldier, may see the necessitie of the feare and seruice of God, and the vse of all diuine vertues, both in commanding and obeying, practising and proceeding in the most honorable affayres of warre. A treatise most necessarie ...
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1586] A mirror for the multitude, or Glasse Wherein maie be seene, the violence, the error, the weaknesse, and rash consent, of the multitude, and the daungerous resolution of such, as without regard of the truth, endeaour to sinne and ioyne themselues with the multitude: with a necessary conclusion, that it is not the name, or title of a protestant, christian, or catholicke, but the true imitation of Christ, that maketh a Christian. By I.N.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1614] A load-starre to spirituall life. Or, a Christian familiar motiue to the most sweet and heauenly exercise of diuine prayer With prayers for morning and euening. Written to stir vp all men to watchfulnesse and reformation of their carnall and corrupt liues. By I. Norden.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1614] The labyrinth of mans life. Or Vertues delight and enuies opposite. By Io: Norden
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1624] The imitation of Dauid his godly and constant resolution in bearing all his trialls, troubles and afflictions being a king whose example of faith, patience, hope, obedience and deliueries, thankfulnesse and prayer, is left euen for princes, potentates, and all true Christians to imitate. Collected by way of meditations and prayers out of the 27. Psalme. By I.N.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1632] A good companion for a Christian directing him in the way to God, being meditiations and prayers for euery day in the weeke; and graces before and after meate.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1624] A godlie mans guide to happinesse A manuell of necessary motiues, holy meditations, and godly prayers, to stirre vp the hearts of men vnapt to pray. To the great comfort of all, that with due and holy attention will practise this most godly and Christian dutie. Written for his owne, and published for the comfort of them that long for trv[e] happinesse. by I.N.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1625] The fathers legacie VVith precepts morall, and prayers diuine: fitted for all sorts, both yong and old, times and seasons: morning, noone, and night.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1619] An eye to heauen in earth A necessarie watch for the time of death, consisting in meditations and prayers fit for that purpose. With the husbands christian counsell to his wife and children, left poore after his death.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1596] A christian familiar comfort and incouragement vnto all English subiects, not to dismaie at the Spanish threats Whereunto is added an admonition to all English Papists, who openly or couertly couet a change. With requisite praiers to almightie God for the preseruation of our queene and countrie. By the most vnworthie I.N.
Norden, John, 1548-1625? / [1598] 1598 Speculi Britan[n]iæ pars the description of Hartfordshire by Iohn Norden.
Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1655-1701. / [1684 i.e. 1685] Whereas His Majesty hath been pleased to command me to take care that this present mourning may be performed with that decency that becomes so great an occasion by Henry Duke of Norfolk, Earl-Marshall of England.
Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1655-1701. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] Orders to be observed on the day of the royal coronation of King William and Queen Mary the eleventh of this instant April.
Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1655-1701. / [1685] Orders to be observed at the coronation of the King and Queen Published by order of the Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal of England, &c.
Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1655-1701. / [1692] His Grace the Duke of Norfolk's charge against the Dutchess before the House of Lords, and the Dutchesses answer with the depositions at large of the witnesses that were examined on both sides.
Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1655-1701. / [1693] The full trial between Henry, Duke of Norfolk, plaintiff, and John Germaine, defendant at the Kings-Bench Barr at Westminster on Thursday, Novemb. xxiiii, in Michaelmas-term, 1693.
Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1655-1701. / [1685] The Duke of Norfolk's order about the habit the ladies are to be in that attend the Queen at her Coronation
Norfolk, Henry Howard, Duke of, 1655-1701, plaintiff. / [1692] The tryal between Henry Duke of Norfolk, plaintiff, and John Jermaine defendant in an action of trespass on the case at the court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, on the 24th of November, 1692.
Norman, Robert, fl. 1590. / [1581] The newe attractiue Containyng a short discourse of the magnes or lodestone, and amongest other his vertues, of a newe discouered secret and subtill propertie, concerning the declinyng of the needle, touched therewith under the plaine of the horizon. Now first founde out by Robert Norman hydrographer. Heerevnto are annexed certaine necessarie rules for the art of nauigation by the same R.N.
Norris, James, fl.1682-1684 / [1683.] Hæc & hic; or, The feminine gender more worthy than the masculine. Being a vindication of that ingenious and innocent sex from the biting sarcasms, bitter satyrs, and opprobrious calumnies, wherewith they are daily, tho undeservedly, aspers'd by the virulent tongues and pens of malevolent men. ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1692] Two treatises concerning the divine light the first, being an answer to a letter of a learned Quaker, which he is pleased to call, A just reprehension to John Norris for his unjust reflections on the Quakers, in his book entituled, Reflections upon the conduct of human life, &c., the second, being a discourse concerning the grossness of the Quakers notion of the light within, with their confusion and inconsistency in explaining it / by John Norris ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1688] The theory and regulation of love a moral essay, in two parts : to which are added letters philosophical and moral between the author and Dr. Henry More / by John Norris ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1685] A sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford at St. Peters Church in the East on Mid-Lent Sunday, March 29, 1685 by John Norris ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1690] Reflections upon the conduct of human life with reference to the study of learning and knowledge : in a letter to the excellent lady, the Lady Masham / by John Norris ... ; to which is annex'd a visitation sermon, by the same author.
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1689] Reason and religion, or, The grounds and measures of devotion, consider'd from the nature of God, and the nature of man in several contemplations : with exercises of devotion applied to every contemplation / by John Norris ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1699] Practical discourses upon the Beatitudes of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Vol. I written by John Norris, M.A., Rector of Bemerton near Sarum ; to which are added, Reflections upon a late Essay concerning human understanding ; with a reply to the remarks made upon them by the Athenian Society.
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1691] Practical discourses upon several divine subjects written by John Norris.
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1683] A murnival of knaves, or, Whiggism plainly display'd, and (if not grown shameless) burlesqu't out of countenance
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1695] Letters concerning the love of God between the author of the Proposal to the ladies and Mr. John Norris, wherein his late discourse, shewing that it ought to be intire and exclusive of all other loves, is further cleared and justified / published by J. Norris.
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1683] An idea of happiness, in a letter to a friend enquiring wherein the greatest happiness attainable by man in this life does consist / by John Norris ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1690] Christian blessedness, or, Discourses upon the beatitudes of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ written by John Norris ... ; to which is added, reflections upon a late essay concerning human understanding, by the same author.
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1685] A discourse concerning the pretended religious assembling in private conventicles wherein the unlawfullness and unreasonableness of it is fully evinced by several arguments / by John Norris ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1687] A collection of miscellanies consisting of poems, essays, discourses, and letters occasionally written / by John Norris ...
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1691] The charge of schism continued being a justification of the author of Christian blessedness for his charging the separatists with schism, not withstanding the toleration : in a letter to a city-friend.
Norris, John, 1657-1711. / [1697] An account of reason & faith in relation to the mysteries of Christianity / by John Norris.
Norris, Ralph, fl. 1577. / [1577?] A warning to London by the fall of Antwerp to the tune of Rovv vvel ye mariners.
North, Dudley North, Baron, 1581-1666. / [1645] A forest of varieties ...
North, Dudley North, Baron, 1602-1677. / [1669] Observations and advices oeconomical
North, Dudley North, Baron, 1602-1677. / [1682] Some notes concerning the life of Edward Lord North, Baron of Kirtling, 1658 by Sir Dudley North Lord North.
North, Dudley North, Baron, 1602-1677. / [1670] A narrative of some passages in or relating to the Long Parliament by a person of honor.
North, Dudley, Sir, 1641-1691. / [1691] Discourses upon trade, principally directed to the cases of the interest, coynage, clipping, increase of money
Northampton, Henry Howard, Earl of, 1540-1614. / [Anno. 1574] A defense of the ecclesiasticall regiment in Englande defaced by T. C. in his replie agaynst D. VVhitgifte. Seene and allowed according to the order appoynted in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.
Northbrooke, John. / [Anno. 1571.] Spiritus est vicarius Christi in terra. The poore mans garden, wherein are flowers of the scriptures, and doctours, very necessarie and profitable for the simple and ignoraunt people to reade: / truely collected and diligently gathered together, by Iohn Northbrooke, minister and preacher of the worde of God. Seene and allowed, according to the order appointed in the Queenes iniunctions..
Northbrooke, John. / [1577?] Spiritus est vicarius Christi in terra. A treatise wherein dicing, dauncing, vaine playes or enterluds with other idle pastimes [et]c. commonly vsed on the Sabboth day, are reproued by the authoritie of the word of God and auntient writers. Made dialoguewise by Iohn Northbrooke minister and preacher of the word of God
Northbrooke, John. / [Anno. 1571] Spiritus est vicarius Christi in terra. A breefe and pithie summe of the Christian faith made in fourme of a confession, vvith a confutation of the papistes obiections and argumentes in sundry pointes of religion, repugnaunt to the Christian faith: made by Iohn Northbrooke, minister and preacher of the worde of God. Seene and allowed, according to the order appointed in the Queenes iniunctions.
Northleigh, John, 1657-1705. / [1682] A gentle reflection on the modest account, and a vindication of the loyal abhorrers from the calumnies of a factious pen by the author of the Parallel.
Northleigh, John, 1657-1705. / [1681] Exercitationes philologicæ tres prima, Infanticidium, poema credulam experimens matrem delirantibus astrologorum insomniis, & piâ quâdam crudelitate deceptam, prolem suam intersecisse : secunda, Spes extatica, sive sperantis animæ plausus, & ovatio : tertia, Philosophia vindicata, sive pauperis philosophi contra divitem superbe calumniantem defensio / authore Jo. Northleigh ...
Northleigh, John, 1657-1705. / [1688] Dr. Burnett's reflections upon a book entituled Parliamentum pacificum. The first part answered by the author.
Norton, John, b. 1662. / [1674] The Kings entertainment at Guild-Hall or, Londons option in fruition.
Norton, Richard, 1666-1732. / [1696] Pausanias, the betrayer of his country a tragedy, acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesties servants / written by a person of quality.
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [1569] A warning agaynst the dangerous practises of papistes and specially the parteners of the late rebellion. Gathered out of the common feare and speche of good subiectes. Sene and allowed.
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [Anno. 1565. Septemb. 22] The tragedie of Gorboduc, whereof three actes were wrytten by Thomas Nortone, and the two laste by Thomas Sackuyle. Sett forthe as the same was shewed before the Quenes most excellent Maiestie, in her highnes court of Whitehall, the. xviij. day of Ianuary, anno Domini. 1561. By the Gentlemen of thynner Temple in London
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [1570] The tragidie of Ferrex and Porrex set forth without any addition or alteration but altogether as the same was shewed on stage before the Queenes Maiestie, about nine yeares past, vz. the xviij. day of Ianuarie. 1561. by the gentlemen of the Inner Temple. Seene and allowed. [et]c.
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [Anno Domini. 1569] To the Quenes Maiesties poore deceyued subiectes of the north countrey, drawen into rebellion by the Earles of Northumberland and Westmerland. Written by Thomas Norton. Seen and allowed according to the Quenes iniunctions
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [1560?] Orations of Arsanes agaynst Philip the trecherous kyng of Macedone: : of the Embassadors of Venice against the prince that vnder crafty league with Scanderbeg, layed snares for Christendome : and of Scanderbeg prayeng ayde of Christian Princes agaynst periurous murderyng Mahumet and agaynst the old false Christian Duke Mahumetes confederate : with a notable example of Gods vengeance vppon a faithlesse Kyng, Quene, and her children.
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [1570] A disclosing of the great bull and certain calues that he hath gotten, and specially the monster bull that roared at my Lord Byshops gate.
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [1583] A declaration of the fauourable dealing of her Maiesties commissioners appointed for the examination of certain traitours and of tortures vniustly reported to be done vpon them for matters of religion. 1583.
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [1570] A bull graunted by the Pope to Doctor Harding & other by reconcilement and assoyling of English Papistes, to vndermyne faith and allegeance to the Quene. With a true declaration of the intention and frutes thereof, and a warning of perils therby imminent, not to be neglected.
Norton, Thomas, 1532-1584. / [1570] An addition declaratorie to the bulles, with a searching of the maze Scene [sic] and allowed.
Norwich (England). Common Council. / [Re-printed in the year, 1681] To the Kings most sacred Majesty : the most faithful and unfeigned thanks and resolves of the mayor, sheriffs, aldermen, citizens and commonality of the city of Norwich, in Common Council assembled ...
Norwich, George Goring, Earl of, 1583?-1663. / [July 12. Printed in the Yeer 1648] A declaration of his excellency, George Lord Goring Earl of Norwich with the gentry and freeholders of the county of Essex, in armes for the prosecution and just defense of their generall petition, and solemne ingagement, and their offer unto all such officers and souldiers as shall repair unto them.
Norwood, Robert, Captain. / [1652] The case and trial of Capt. Robert Norwood, now prisoner in New-gate, truely and impartially stated, and published for satisfaction of my allied friends, and very many others desirous thereof. Together with some observations upon the law and its professors, very worthy a most serious consideration. Both which, (with a brief answer, by way of postscript, to a secret calumny charged upon me) are here presented to the view and judgement of the whole nation: which, if duly considered, with the shrot [sic] discourse annexed, will clearly discover where England's death and life lies.
Nostradamus, 1503-1566. / [1566] An alminacke and prodigious premonstration, made for the yeare of grace. 1566. By Mi. Nostrodamus, The God which eche mans visage well doth see, His temple gates to come for to vnbarre: And Pandores boxe vncouered shall bee, A great thicke cloude for to dissolue fro[m] farre
Nottingham, Charles Howard, Earl of, ca. 1536-1624. / [1591] Siarles arglwydd Howard, barwn o Effingham, ... Yn gymmaint a bod yr arwein wr
Nottingham, Heneage Finch, Earl of, 1621-1682. / [1679] An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment (according to law) of twenty nine regicides, the murtherers of His Late Sacred Majesty of most glorious memory begun at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday, the 9th of October, 1660, and continued (at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayley) until Friday, the nineteenth of the same moneth : together with a summary of the dark and horrid decrees of the caballists, preperatory to that hellish fact exposed to view for the reader's satisfaction, and information of posterity.
Nowell, Alexander, 1507?-1602. / [Ianuarij. 1. 1583] A true report of the disputation or rather priuate conference had in the Tower of London, with Ed. Campion Iesuite, the last of August. 1581. Set downe by the reuerend learned men them selues that dealt therein. VVhereunto is ioyned also a true report of the other three dayes conferences had there with the same Iesuite. Which nowe are thought meete to be published in print by authoritie
Nowell, Alexander, 1507?-1602. / [Anno Domini 1565. 13 die Iulij] A reproufe, written by Alexander Nowell, of a booke entituled, A proufe of certayne articles in religion denied by M. Iuell, set furth by Thomas Dorman, Bachiler of Diuinitie: and imprinted at Antvverpe by Iohn Latius. Anno. 1564. Set foorth and allowed, according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions
Noy, William, 1577-1634. / [1651] A treatise of the principal grounds and maximes of the lawes of this nation very usefull and commodious for all students and such others as desire the knowledge and understandings of the laws / written by that most excellent and learned expositor of the law, W.N.
Noy, William, Captain. / [1680?] The plaintiffs case upon an appeal brought in the House of Lords against