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Slade, John. / [1641?] Obseruations vpon the kalender glasse
Slater, Master. / [1636] The new-yeeres gift presented at court, from the lady Parvula to the Lord Minimus, (commonly called Little Jefferie) Her Majesties servant, with a letter as it was penned in short-hand: wherein is proved little things are better then great. Written by Microphilus.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1679] Vincentius redivivus, a funeral sermon preached Octob. 27, 1678 upon the occasion of the much bewailed death of that reverend and eminent servant of Christ, Mr. Thomas Vincent ... / by Samuel Slater.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1671] A treatise of growth in grace in sundry sermons / preached by that lately eminent servant of Jesus Christ, Samuel Slater ...
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1690] The souls return to its God, in life, and at death A funeral sermon, preached upon occasion of the death of Mr. John Kent, late of Crouched Friars, who departed this life Decem. 16. 1689. By Samuel Slater, minister of the Gospel.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1693] A sermon preached on the thanksgiving day the 27 day of October, 1692 at Crosby Square by Samuel Slater.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1680] A sermon preached (May 16. 1680.) at the funeral of Mr Tho. Gilson, late minister of the Gospel. By Samuel Slater, minister of the Gospel.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1688] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable Sir John Shorter, Knight, Lord Mayor of the city of London at Grocers-Hall by Samuel Slater ...
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1693] A sermon preach'd at Crosby-Square, Jan. 8, 1692 upon the funeral of that faithful servant of Christ, Mr. John Reynolds, who died in the Lord the preceding 25 Decemb. / by Samuel Slater ...
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1658] A rhetorical rapture as composed into a funeral oration at the mournfull moving of His Highnes stately effigies from Somerset-House. / By Mr. Slater.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1659] The protectors protection, or, The pious prince guarded by a praying people a sermon preached at St. Edmundsbury in Suffolk, upon the 13 Octob. 1658, being a day set apart for solemn fasting and humiliation and seeking a blessing upon His Highness the Lord Protector / by Sam. Slater ...
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1679] Poems in two parts first, an interlocutory discourse concerning the creation, fall, and recovery of man : secondly, a dialogue between faith and a doubting soul / by Samuel Slater.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [MDCXI. 1691] A funeral-sermon upon occasion of the death of Mrs. Lobb late wife of Mr. Stephen Lobb. Preached by Samuel Slater, minister of the Gospel
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1682] A funeral sermon. Delivered upon occasion of the death of that worthy gentleman John Marsh, Esq; who lived at Garston-Hall in Watford Parish in the county of Hartford; and died in the Lord, and was buried Septemb. 16, 1681. By Samuel Slater, late minister of the Gospel at Edmunds-Bury in Suffolk.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [M DC XC V. 1695] A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of Mr. William Rathband an aged and learned servant of Christ, and preached Octob. 13. 1695. at Highgate. By Samuel Slater, M.A. minister of the gospel.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1653] Epithalamium, or, Solomons song together with the songs of Moses, Exod. 15, & Deut. 32, the Song of Deborah, Judges 5, the Song of Hannah, I Samuel 2, the Churches song, Isa. 26 / digested into a known and familiar meeter by Samuel Slater.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1694] An earnest call to family-religion, or, A discourse concerning family-worship being the substance of eighteen sermons / preached by Samuel Slater.
Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. / [1691] A discourse of closet (or secret) prayer from Matt. VI 6 first preached and now published at the request of those that heard it / by Samuel Slater.
Slatyer, William, 1587-1647. / [1619] Thrēnōdia. Siue Pandionium melos, in perpetuam serenissimæ simul ac beatissimæ Principis Annæ nuper Angliæ Reginæ memoriam Elegies and epitaphs, by W.S. late seruant and chaplaine to her Maiestie.
Slatyer, William, 1587-1647. / [1631] Psalmes, or songs of Sion turned into the language, and set to the tunes of a strange land. By W.S. Intended for Christmas carols, and fitted for divers of the most noted and common, but solemne tunes, every where in this land familiarly used and knowne.
Slatyer, William, 1587-1647. / [1621] The history of Great Britanie from the first peopling of this island to this present raigne of or [sic] happy and peacefull monarke K: Iames, by Will: Slatyer.
Slatyer, William, 1587-1647. / [1643] The compleat Christian, and compleat armour and armoury of a Christian, fitting him with all necessary furniture for that his holy profession, or, The doctrine of salvation delivered in a plain and familiar explication of the common catechisme, for the benefit of the younger sort, and others : wherein summarily comprehended is generally represented the truly orthodox and constant doctrine of the Church of England, especially in all points necessary to salvation / by W.S., D.D.
Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556. / [1689] The general history of the Reformation of the Church from the errors and corruptions of the Church of Rome, begun in Germany by Martin Luther with the progress thereof in all parts of Christendom from the year 1517 to the year 1556 / written in Latin by John Sleidan ; and faithfully englished. To which is added A continuation to the Council of Trent in the year 1562 / by Edward Bohun.
Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556. / [M.D.LX. 1560 The .26. daie of September] A famouse cronicle of oure time, called Sleidanes Commentaries concerning the state of religion and common wealth, during the raigne of the Emperour Charles the fift, with the argumentes set before euery booke, conteyninge the summe or effecte of the booke following. Translated out of Latin into Englishe, by Ihon Daus. Here vnto is added also an apology of the authoure.
Slezer, John, d. 1714. / [1693] Theatrum Scotiæ containing the prospects of Their Majesties castles and palaces : together with those of the most considerable towns and colleges, the ruins of many ancient abbeys, churches, monasteries and convents, within the said kingdom : all curiously engraven on copper plates, with a short description of each place / by John Slezer ...
Slingsby, Henry, Sir, 1602-1658. / [1658] The several tryals of Sir Henry Slingsby, Kt., John Hewet, D.D., and John Mordant, Esq., for high treason, in Westminster-Hall together with the Lord President's speech before the sentence of death was pronounced against the afore named Sir H. Slingsby and Dr. Hewet, being the 2 of June, 1658, at which time the said Mr. Mordant was by the court acquitted : as also the manner of their execution on Tower-Hill the 8 of June following, with the substance of their speeches on the scaffold.
Slingsby, Henry, Sir, 1602-1658. / [1658] A father's legacy. Sir Henry Slingsbey's instructions to his sonnes. Written a little before his death
Slingsby, William, fl. 1653. / [1653] A mission of consolation. Usefull for all afflicted persons. / By W.S.