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Smalridge, George, 1663-1719. / [1687] Animadversions on the eight theses laid down, and the inferences deduced from them in a discourse entitl'd Church-Government part V, lately printed at Oxford
Smart, Ithiel, 1598 or 9-1661. / [Octob. 18. 1644] A more exact and perfect relation of the treachery, apprehension, conviction, condemnation, confession, and execution, of Francis Pitt, aged 65. Who was executed in Smithfield on Saturday, October the 12, 1644. For endeavouring to betray the garrison of Rushall-Hall in the county of Stafford, to the enemy. / Published by [bracket] Ithiel Smart and Edward Archer [bracket] two ministers. Who were acquainted with him in his life, and present with him at his death. By speciall command.
Smart, Peter, 1569-1652? / [in the yeare, 1640] A sermon preached in the cathedrall church of Durham, Iuly, 7. 1628. By Peter Smart
Smart, Ralph. / [1566] Great thankes to the welcome, in Churchyards behalfe to him that hath bleared, and cried like a calfe. Full well by his crying a man may now know, where veale may be bought of a price very low: the head and the purnaunce, with gather though small, as cheape as a shepes head, the hornes bought withall.
Smectymnuus. / [1654] A vindication of the answer to the humble remonstrance from the unjust imputation of frivolousnesse and falshood Wherein, the cause of liturgy and episcopacy is further debated. By the same Smectymnuus.
Smectymnuus. / [1654] Smectymnuus redivivus Being an answer to a book, entituled, An humble remonstrance. In which, the original of liturgy episcopacy is discussed, and quæries propounded concerning both. The parity of bishops and presbyters in scripture demonstrated. The occasion of the imparity in antiquity discovered. The disparity of the ancient and our moderne bishops manifested. The antiquity of ruling elders in the church vindicated. The prelaticall church bounded.
Smectymnuus. / [1641] An answer to a booke entitvled An hvmble remonstrance in which the originall of liturgy, episcopacy is discussed : and quares propounded concerning both : the parity of bishops and presbyters in Scripture demonstrated : the occasion of their imparity in antiquity discovered : the disparity of the ancient and our moderne bishops manifested : the antiquity of ruling elders in the church vindicated : the prelaticall church bownded / written by Smectymnvvs.
Smethwike, Thomas. / [Febr. 19, 1628 i.e. 1629] A motion to the East India Company by Thomas Smethwike (an adventurer with them) vpon the reasons following
Smith, Francis, d. 1688, defendant. / [1680] An impartial account of the tryal of Francis Smith upon an information brought against him for printing and publishing a late book commonly known by the name of Tom Ticklefoot, &c. : as also of the tryal of Jane Curtis, upon an information brought against her for publishing and putting to sale a scandalous libel, called A satyr upon injustice, or, Scroggs upon Scroggs.
Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. / [1643] The three Kingdomes healing-plaister. Or, The solemne covenant of reformation and defence explained. Wherein is shewed the authority, antiquity, and use of an holy covenant: the occasions moving to it, and the ends in doing it, the necessity of it at this time, for diverse reasons herein expressed. Also a full explanation of each article of the Covenant, to the satisfaction of all: shewing the benefit that may redound by it, viz. Gods protection and blessing to heale our miseries, and establish truth in religion, peace and lasting happinesse to the three kingdomes. Likewise shewing the danger of refusing it, and Gods curse upon us, if we enter into it deceitfully. Imprimatur, Ia. Cranford. By G.S., Gent.
Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. / [1655] Gods unchangeableness: or Gods continued providence, in preserving, governing, ordering and disposing of all creatures, men, actions, counsels and things, as at the beginning of the world, so to the end of the world, for ever, according to the counsel of his own will. From whence is gatherd six necessary inferences very applicable to the changes, alterations and vicissitude of these our present times. Wherein is clearly demonstrated and proved, that Oliver Cromwell is by the providence of God, Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland, &c. to whom the people owe obedience, as to him whom God hath set over them. Unto which is added, the causes of discontent, repining and murmurings of men: also, some serious advertisements, and seasonable admonitions to the discontented, and reprehensions to all impetuous, arrogant murmurers. Together with answers to some cheif objections made against the Lord Protector and his present government, endeavouring (if possible) satisfaction to all men. / Therefore written and published for publicke good, by George Smith, Gent.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1590] The benefit of contentation Taken by characterie and examined after.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] The trumpet of the soule, sounding to iudgement by Henry Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1590] The vvedding garment
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] A treatise of the Lords supper in two sermons.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1688] Transusbstantiation examin'd and confuted in two sermons on the Lord's Supper / preach'd in the reign of Queen Elizabeth by H. Smith, sometime preacher at St. Clement Danes.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] Three prayers one for the morning, another for the euening: the third for a sick-man. Whereunto is annexed, a godly letter to a sicke freend: and a comfortable speech of a preacher vpon his death bedde. Anno. Dom. 1591.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1594] The sinners conuersion. By Henrie Smith
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1592] The sinfull mans search: or seeking of God. Preached by Henrie Smith, and published according to a true corrected copie, sent by the author to an honorable ladie
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1593] The sermons of Maister Henrie Smith gathered into one volume. Printed according to his corrected copies in his life time.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1592] Satans compassing the earth. By Henrie Smith
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] The restitution of King Nabuchadnezzer Dan. 4. Verses. 31. 32. 33. 34. By Henrie Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] The pride of King Nabuchadnezzar, Dan. 4.26.27. by Henrie Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] A preparatiue to mariage The summe whereof was spoken at a contract, and inlarged after. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of the Lords Supper, and another of vsurie. By Henrie Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] The preachers proclamacion Discoursing the vanity of all earthly things, and proouing that there is no contentation to a Christian minde, but onely in the feare of God. Henry Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1592] The poore mans teares opened in a sermon / preached by Henrie Smith. ; Treating of almes deeds, and releeuing the poore.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] [The magistrates scripture.]
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1595] The lavviers question The answere to the lawiers question. The censure of Christ vpon the answere. By Henry Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1637] Ionah the messenger of Ninevehs repentance Set forth in his calling, rebellion, and punishment. By H.S.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1595] Iacobs ladder, or The high way to heauen Being the last sermon that Master Henry Smith made. And now published, not (as many forged things haue beene in his name) to deceiue the Christian reader, but to instruct and prepare him with oyle in his lampe, ioyfully to meete the Lord Iesus in his second comming.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] A fruitfull sermon vpon part of the 5. chapter of the first epistle of Saint Paule to the Thessalonians. By Henry Smith, which sermon being taken by characterie, is now published for the benefite of the faithfull
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1593] Gods arrovve against atheists. By Henrie Smith
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1599] Foure sermons preached by Master Henry Smith. And published by a more perfect copie then heretofore
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] The first sermon of Noahs drunkennes A glasse wherein all drunkards may behold their beastliness. Noah also began to be an husbandman and planted a vineyard, and he dranke of the wine and was drunken, and was vncouered in the middest of his tent. Gen. 9.20. Henry Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] [The examination of vsury in two sermons.]
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] The fall of King Nabuchadnezzer Dan. By Henrie Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1589] The Christians sacrifice Seene, and allowed.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1591] The affinitie of the faithfull being a verie godlie and fruitfull sermon, made vpon part of the eight chapter of the Gospel of Saint Luke. By Henrie Smith.
Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. / [1593] The sinners confession by Henrie Smith.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1660 or 1661] The lamb and his day proclaimed
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1660] To New-Englands pretended Christians, who contrary to Christ, have destroyed the lives of men.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [in the year 1661] The lamb and his day proclaimed [by] H.S.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. / [1659] Concerning tithes [by] Humphrey Smith.
Smith, James, practitioner in physick and surgery. / [1681] Smith's experiments being a true direction how to prepare several medicines that have been daily experienc'd; and frequently sold, by James Smith, practitioner in physick and surgery
Smith, John, 1563-1616. / [1632] An exposition of the Creed: or, An explanation of the articles of our Christian faith. Delivered in many afternoone sermons, by that reverend and worthy divine, Master Iohn Smith, late preacher of the Word at Clavering in Essex, and sometime fellow of Saint Iohns Colledge in Oxford. Now published for the benefit and behoofe of all good Christians, together with an exact table of all the chiefest doctrines and vses throughout the whole booke
Smith, John, 1563-1616. / [1629] Essex doue, presenting the vvorld vvith a fevv of her oliue branches: or, A taste of the workes of that reuerend, faithfull, iudicious, learned, and holy minister of the Word, Mr. Iohn Smith, late preacher of the Word at Clauering in Essex Deliuered in three seuerall treatises, viz. 1 His grounds of religion. 2 An exposition on the Lords Prayer. 3 A treatise of repentance.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1630] The true travels, adventures, and observations of Captaine Iohn Smith, in Europe, Asia, Affrica, and America, from anno Domini 1593. to 1629 His accidents and sea-fights in the straights; his service and stratagems of warre in Hungaria, Transilvania, Wallachia, and Moldavia, against the Turks, and Tartars ... After how he was taken prisoner by the Turks, sold for a slave ... and escaped ... Together with a continuation of his generall History of Virginia, Summer-Iles, New England, and their proceedings, since 1624. to this present 1629; as also of the new plantations of the great river of the Amazons, the iles of St. Christopher, Mevis, and Barbados in the West Indies. All written by actuall authours, whose names you shall finde along the history.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1608] A true relation of such occurrences and accidents of noate as hath hapned in Virginia since the first planting of that collony, which is now resident in the south part thereof, till the last returne from thence written by Captaine Smith [Cor]one[ll] of the said collony, to a worshipfull friend of his in England.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1627] A sea grammar vvith the plaine exposition of Smiths Accidence for young sea-men, enlarged. Diuided into fifteene chapters: what they are you may partly conceiue by the contents. Written by Captaine Iohn Smith, sometimes gouernour of Virginia, and admirall of Nevv-England.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [MDCXCI 1691] The sea-mans grammar and dictionary explaining all the difficult terms in navigation : and the practical navigator and gunner : in two parts / by Captain John Smith, sometimes governour of Virginia, and admiral of New England.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1620] Nevv Englands trials Declaring the successe of 26. ships employed thither within these sixe yeares: with the benefit of that countrey by sea and land: and how to build threescore sayle of good ships, to make a little navie royall. Written by Captaine Iohn Smith.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1612] A map of Virginia VVith a description of the countrey, the commodities, people, government and religion. VVritten by Captaine Smith, sometimes governour of the countrey. Whereunto is annexed the proceedings of those colonies, since their first departure from England, with the discourses, orations, and relations of the salvages, and the accidents that befell them in all their iournies and discoveries. Taken faithfully as they were written out of the writings of Doctor Russell. Tho. Studley. Anas Todkill. Ieffra Abot. Richard Wiefin. Will. Phettiplace. Nathaniel Povvell. Richard Pots. And the relations of divers other diligent observers there present then, and now many of them in England. By VV.S.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1624] The generall historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles with the names of the adventurers, planters, and governours from their first beginning. an⁰: 1584. to this present 1624. With the procedings of those severall colonies and the accidents that befell them in all their journyes and discoveries. Also the maps and descriptions of all those countryes, their commodities, people, government, customes, and religion yet knowne. Divided into sixe bookes. By Captaine Iohn Smith sometymes governour in those countryes & admirall of New England.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1616] A description of New England: or The obseruations, and discoueries, of Captain Iohn Smith (admirall of that country) in the north of America, in the year of our Lord 1614 with the successe of sixe ships, that went the next yeare 1615; and the accidents befell him among the French men of warre: with the proofe of the present benefit this countrey affoords: whither this present yeare, 1616, eight voluntary ships are gone to make further tryall.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1631] Advertisements for the unexperienced planters of New-England, or any where. Or, The path-way to experience to erect a plantation With the yearely proceedings of this country in fishing and planting, since the yeare 1614. to the yeare 1630. and their present estate. Also how to prevent the greatest inconveniences, by their proceedings in Virginia, and other plantations, by approved examples. With the countries armes, a description of the coast, harbours, habitations, land-markes, latitude and longitude: with the map, allowed by our royall King Charles. By Captaine Iohn Smith, sometimes governour of Virginia, and admirall of Nevv-England.
Smith, John, 1580-1631. / [1626] An accidence or The path-way to experience Necessary for all young sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe to sea, briefly shewing the phrases, offices, and words of command, belonging to the building, ridging, and sayling, a man of warre; and how to manage a fight at sea. Together with the charge and duty of every officer, and their shares: also the names, vveight, charge, shot, and powder, of all sorts of great ordnance. With the vse of the petty tally. Written by Captaine Iohn Smith sometimes governour of Virginia, and admirall of New England.
Smith, John, 1618-1652. / [1660] Select discourses ... by John Smith ... ; as also a sermon preached by Simon Patrick ... at the author's funeral ; with a brief account of his life and death.
Smith, John, 1630-1679. / [1666] Gērochomia vasilikē King Solomons portraiture of old age : wherein is contained a sacred anatomy both of soul and body, and a perfect account of the infirmities of age, incident to them both : and all those mystical and ænigmatical symptomes expressed in the six former verses of the 12th chapter of Ecclesiastes, are here paraphrased upon and made plain and easie to a mean capacity / by John Smith ...
Smith, John, b. 1648? / [1676] The art of painting wherein is included the whole art of vulgar painting, according to the best and most approved rules for preparing an [sic] laying on of oyl colours : the whole treatise being so full, compleat, and so exactly fitted to the meanest capacity, that all persons whatsoever may by the directions contained therein be sufficiently able to paint in oyl colours, not only sun-dials, but also all manner of timber work ... / composed by John Smith, philomath.
Smith, John, Captain, lieutenant under Col. Rainsborough. / [1661] The trade & fishing of Great-Britain displayed with a description of the islands of Orkney and Shotland. By Captain John Smith.
Smith, John, Captain, lieutenant under Col. Rainsborough. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] The innocent cleared: or, The vindication of Captaine John Smith, Capt. Lieutenant under Colonell Rainsborough. Against those false aspersions raised against him by one Major Wylkes: who most falsly, and without any grounds or proofe, hath accused him for being accessary to the death of Colonell Rainsborough. Whereunto are annexed two severall petitions; the one unto the High Court of Parliament, and the other unto the Lord Generall. Wherein he desires to answer for himselfe face to face in the presence of his accusers. Amsterdam, November 13th 1648.
Smith, John, d. 1684. / [1697] The experienc'd fowler: or, The gentleman, citizen, and country-man's pleasant and profitable recreation Containing, I. The true art of taking water and land fowl, with divers kinds of nets, lime-twigs lime-bushes, and how to make the best bird-lime. II. Directions for bat-fowling, lowbelling, tramelling, and driving fowl, how to find their haunts, and take them with springes, snares, &c. III. An exact method for using the fowling-piece at a true level, to shoot at the water, ground, bush or flying. ... By J. S Gent.
Smith, John, fl. 1633-1673. / [1670] England's improvement reviv'd digested into six books / by Captain John Smith.
Smith, John, fl. 1673-1680. / [1685] A short introduction to the art of painting and varnishing
Smith, John, fl. 1673-1680. / [1686] Of the unequality of natural time, with its reason and cavses. together with a table of the true æquation of natvral dayes : drawn up chiefly for the use of the gentry, in order to their more true adjusting, and right managing of pendulum clocks, and watches / by John Smith ...
Smith, John, fl. 1673-1680. / [1694] Horological disquisitions concerning the nature of time, and the reasons why all days, from noon to noon, are not alike twenty four hours long in which appears the impossibility of a clock's being always kept exactly true to the sun : with tables of equation, and newer and better rules ... how thereby precisely to adjust royal pendulums ... : with a table of pendulums, shewing the beats that any length makes in an hour ... / by John Smith ... ; to which is added The best rules for the ordering and use both of the quick-silver and spirit weather-glasses, and Mr. S. Watson's rules for adjusting a clock by the fixed stars.
Smith, John, fl. 1673-1680. / [1675] Horological dialogves in three parts shewing the nature, use, and right managing of clocks and watches : with an appendix containing Mr. Ovghtred's method for calculating of numbers : the whole being a work very necessary for all that make use of these kind of movements / by J. S. ...
Smith, John, fl. 1673-1680. / [1695] The designed end to the Socinian controversy, or, A rational and plain discourse to prove, that no other person but the Father of Christ is God most high by John Smith.
Smith, John, fl. 1673-1680. / [1688] A compleat discourse of the nature, use, and right managing of that wonderful instrument, the baroscope, or, Quick-silver weather-glass in IV parts / by John Smith ... ; to which is added, the true equation of natural days, drawn up for the use of the gentry, in order to their more true adjusting, and right managing of pendulum clocks and watches.
Smith, John, fl. 1675-1711. / [1675] Christian religion's appeal from the groundless prejudices of the sceptick to the bar of common reason by John Smith.
Smith, John, Gent. / [1665] The mysterie of rhetorique unveil'd wherein above 130 the tropes and figures are severally derived from the Greek into English : together with lively definitions and variety of Latin, English, scriptural, examples, pertinent to each of them apart. Conducing very much to the right understanding of the sense of the letter of the scripture, (the want whereof occasions many dangerous errors this day). Eminently delightful and profitable for young scholars, and others of all sorts, enabling them to discern and imitate the elegancy in any author they read, &c. / by John Smith.
Smith, John, minister at Reading. / [1595] The doctrine of praier in generall for all men, that is, vniuersally for all mankind: Proued 1. By the true sence of the words if the Apostle 1. Tim 2. 2. By the reasons, why all men in that since should be praid for. 3. By the doctrine establishing such praier. 4. By the practises of churches, concerning that kind of praier. 5. By the obiections, ansuered. Against the position of those that say and preach, that all men are not to be praid for. By I. Smith, minister of Gods word at Reading.
Smith, John, of Badgworth. / [1654] Soule-reviving influences of the sun of righteousnesse, or Some bright beames of light and love, sparkling from Christ upon the darke and drooping hearts of sin-weakend and clouded believers, even while we are in this solitary wildernesse, not yet arrived at the land of spirituall Canaan; but taking a turne in the darke and dampe valley of the shadow of death. With several evangelicall and heart-winning incouragements to the life of faith in the Sonne of God, notwithstanding our manifold weaknesses and hainous provocations; yea to the keeping up of the same comfort, hope confidence, and joy in him in the sadest straights, of the sorest darknesse.
Smith, John, of Sandwich, draper. / [1647?] To the right honourable the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament the humble petition of John Smith of Sandwich Draper, in behalfe of himself and the inhabitants of Margate.
Smith, John, of Sandwich, draper. / [1646] To the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament the humble remonstrance of Iohn Smith, in behalf of the inhabitants of Margate.
Smith, John, of Walworth. / [1681] No faith or credit to be given to Papists being a discourse occasioned by the late conspirators dying in the denyal of their guilt : with particular reflections on the perjury of VVill. Viscount Stafford, both at his tryal, and in his speech on the scaffold in relation to Mr. Stephen Dugdale and Mr. Edward Turbervill / by John Smith Gentleman ...
Smith, John, of Walworth. / [1679] The narrative of Mr. John Smith of Walworth ... containing a further discovery of the late horrid and popish-plot ...
Smith, John, Rector of St. Mary's in Colchester. / [1683] The doctrine of the Church of England, concerning the Lord's Day, or Sunday-Sabbath as it is laid down in the liturgy, catechism, and book of homilies, vindicated from the vulgar errours of modern writers, and settled upon the only proper and sure basis of God's precept to Adam, and patriarchal practice, where an essay is laid down to prove, that the patriarchal Sabbath instituted, Gen. 2. 3. celebrated by the patriarchs before the Mosaick Law, and re-inforc'd in the fourth precept of the Decalogue, was the same day of the VVeek, viz. Sunday, which Christians celebrate in memory of the perfecting of the creation of the world by the redemption of mankind.
Smith, John, writer on taxation. / [1670?] Proposals humbly offer'd to the consideration of the honourable House of Commons, for laying a poll-tax on all horses, mares, geldings, &c. for one year and a poundage-tax on all horses, mares, geldings, &c. that shall be bought or sold in England. Also an annual imposition or duty on all weights and measures whatsoever; as likewise on all shopkeepers and tradesmen.
Smith, Miles, d. 1624. / [1632] Sermons of the Right Reuerend Father in God Miles Smith, late Lord Bishop of Glocester. Transcribed out of his originall manuscripts, and now published for the common good
Smith, Miles, d. 1624. / [1602] A learned and godly sermon preached at Worcester, at an assise / by the reverend and learned, Miles Smith ...
Smith, Richard, 1566-1655. / [1684] A letter from Mr. Richard Smith to Dr. Henry Hammond, concerning the sence of that article in the creed, He descended into hell, together with Dr. Hammond's answer.
Smith, Richard, of Chester. / [1675?] To professors of religion of all sorts, and likewise to prophane, in and about this city of Chester [by] Richard Smith.
Smith, Thomas, 1623 or 4-1661. / [1659] The Quaker disarm'd, or, A true relation of a late publick dispute held at Cambridge by three eminent Quakers against one scholar of Cambridge ; with a letter in defence of the ministry and against lay-preachers ; also several quæries proposed to the Quakers to be answered if they can.
Smith, Thomas, 1623 or 4-1661. / [1660] The life and death of Mr. William Moore, late fellow of Caius Colledge, and keeper of the University-Library as it was delivered in a sermon preached at his funeral-solemnity, April 24, 1659, in St Maries Church in Cambridge / by Tho. Smith ...
Smith, Thomas, 1623 or 4-1661. / [MDCLIX. 1659] A gagg for the Quakers, with an answer to Mr. Denn's Quaker no Papist.
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1699] Two compendious discourses the one concerning the power of God, the other about the certainty and evidence of a future state : published in opposition to the growing atheism and deism of the age.
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1668] A sermon preached before the right worshipful company of merchants trading into the Levant, at St. Olaves Hart-Street London, Tuesday June, 2. M.DC.LXVIII. By Tho. Smith, M.A. fellow of Magdalen College in Oxford, and chaplain to the right honourable Sr. Daniel Harvey, His Majesties embassadour to Constantinople.
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1675] A sermon of the credibility of the mysteries of the Christian religion preached before a learned audience / by Tho. Smith ...
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1682] A sermon concerning the doctrine, unity, and profession of the Christian faith preached before the University of Oxford : to which is added an appendix concerning the Apostles Creed / by Tho. Smith ...
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1685] A sermon about frequent communion preached before the University of Oxford, August the 17th, 1679 / by Tho. Smith ...
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1678] Remarks upon the manners, religion and government of the Turks together with a survey of the seven churches of Asia, as they now lye in their ruines, and a brief description of Constantinople / by Tho. Smith ...
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1688] A pacifick discourse of the causes and remedies of the differences about religion, which distract the peace of Christendom
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [1693] A discourse concerning divine providence, in relation to national judgments
Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710. / [MDCLXXX 1680] An account of the Greek church as to its doctrine and rites of worship with several historicall remarks interspersed, relating thereunto : to which is added an account of the state of the Greek church under Cyrillus Lucaris, Patriarch of Constantinople, with a relation of his sufferings and death / by Tho. Smith.
Smith, Thomas, fl. 1600-1627. / [1600 -1601] The arte of gunnerie. Wherein is set foorth a number of seruiceable secrets, and practical conclusions, belonging to the art of gunnerie, by arithmeticke skill to be accomplished: both pretie, pleasant, and profitable for all such as are professors of the same facultie. / Compiled by Thomas Smith of Barwicke vpon Tweed souldier.
Smith, Thomas, Gent. / [1681] A brief abstract of the case concerning the letters patents for reprizals (hereunto annexed) against the States-General and their subjects whereupon Capt. Compton Gwyther, William Coates, Joseph Bullivant, John Baxter, Francis Wansell, Francis Martin, John Gibson, and William Jones, prisoners in the Marshalsea, are to be tryed for their lives, according to the common law of England, on the 18th of February instant, upon the Statute of 28 Henry 8. cap. 15 under the pretence of piracy, for taking a Galliot-Hoy (called the Love of Rotterdam) laden with 160 tun of wine, and prunes, on the 3d of December last, bound from Bourdeaux to Dort / faithfully recollected out of all the originals by Thomas Smith Gent. ; with some remarkable observations both upon the matters of fact, and the law in the whole case.
Smith, Thomas, Sir, 1513-1577. / [M. DC. XLIII 1643] An old mould to cast new lawes by compiled by the Honourable Sir Thomas Smith, Knight, doctor of both lawes, and one of the principall secretaries unto two most worthy princes, King Edward & Queen Elizabeth ; reprinted out of the Common-wealth of England by a friend to old bookes and an enemy to new opinions ; together with King James his declaration to both Houses at White-hall, of the kings power in the Parliament of Scotland in making lawes, March 31, 1607.
Smith, Thomas, Sir, 1513-1577. / [Anno Domini 1583] De republica Anglorum The maner of gouernement or policie of the realme of England, compiled by the honorable man Thomas Smyth, Doctor of the ciuil lawes, knight, and principall secretarie vnto the two most worthie princes, King Edwarde the sixt, and Queene Elizabeth. Seene and allowed.
Smith, Thomas, Sir, 1513-1577. / [1589] The common-vvelth of England and the maner of gouernment thereof. Compiled by the honorable Sir Thomas Smith, Knight, Doctor of both lawes, and one of the principall secretaries vnto two most worthie princes, King Edward, and Queen Elizabeth: with new additions of the cheefe courts in England, the offices thereof, and their seuerall functions, by the sayd author: neuer before published. Seene and allowed.
Smith, Thomas, Sir, 1558?-1625. / [1605] Sir Thomas Smithes voiage and entertainment in Rushia With the tragicall ends of two emperors, and one empresse, within one moneth during his being there: and the miraculous preseruation of the now raigning emperor, esteemed dead for 18. yeares.
Smith, Walter, fl. 1525. / [1573] XII. mery iests, of the wyddow Edyth this lying widow, false and craftie, late i[n] Engla[n]d, hath deceiued many ... Now newly printed, this present yeare, for such as delite, mery iests for to here.
Smith, Wentworth, fl. 1601-1623. / [1615] The Hector of Germany. Or The Palsgraue, prime Elector A new play, an honourable history. As it hath beene publickly acted at the Red-Bull, and at the Curtayne, by a company of young-men of this citie. Made by W. Smith: with new additions.
Smith, William. / [1684] A full account of the late ship-wreck of the ship called The President which was cast away in Montz-Bay in Cornwal on the 4th of February last as it was delivered to His Majesty (both in writing and discourse) / by William Smith and John Harshfield, the only persons that escaped in the said wreck ; together with all the remarkable adventures in the said voyage from their sailing out of the Sound of Plimouth, on May Day, 1682, particularly their engagement with six pirate-ships at once on the coast of Malabar ; the whole relation being taken in private conference with the said William Smith.
Smith, William. / [1659] The faithful witness, or, A hand of love reached forth, that the blind may be guided, and the scattered gathered also, mans sinne and rebellion declared and the long-suffering of the Lord shewed: with a true call unto all people to meet the Lord by speedy repentance ..., also the state of professors plainly manifested ..., with a warning unto all the tender hearted amongst them to arise, and receive the hand of love ... : also, truth defended and cleared from the lyes and slanders declared by Ionathan Iohnson of Lincoln, a Baptist in profession / from one who bears no evil will to any man, but wisheth well to all men, and am known to many by the name of William Smith.
Smith, William. / [Anno Dom. 1685] Contrivances of the fanatical conspirators in carrying on their treasons under the umbrage of the Popish Plot, laid open with depositions sworn before the secretary of state, wherein it most plainly appears, this present horrid rebellion hath been design'd by the republicans many years, and that James the late D. of Monmouth, &c. were long since highly concern'd therein : with some account of Mr. Disney, who was lately apprehended for printing the rebellious traiterous declaration / written by a gentleman who was formerly conversant amongst them.
Smith, William, 1555 or 6-1615. / [1606] The black-smith A sermon preached at White-Hall before the Kings most excellent Majestie, the young prince, the councell, &c. On Loe-Sunday. 1606. and by commandment put to print. By W.S. Doct in Diuinitie chaplaine to his Maiestie.
Smith, William, 17th cent. / [1682] News from Ireland, touching the damnable design of the papists in that kingdom to forge a sham-plott upon the Presbyterians being the declaration of William Smith Gent. maintaining his late evidence against St. Lawrence, a Popish priest, who would have suborn'd him to have sworn the same.
Smith, William, 17th cent. / [1660] Carmen triumphale, or, Englands triumph for her restored libertie with White-Halls speech to her royal master, Charles the second King of Great Britain, France and Ireland : also her sad complaint against the pretended Committee of Safety, Rumpers, and the rest of those cruel tyrants, and the unjust judges, who not only defaced and spoiled her stately buildings, but also unjustly condemned her to be sold : with two short panagyricks to the Right Honourable the city of London, and the University of Cambridge / by William Smith, Gent.
Smith, William, 17th cent. / [1681] Mr. Smyth's discovery of the Popish sham-plot in Ireland, contrived to correspond with their sham-plot in England by which it appears that it has been the joynt design of the papists in both kingdoms, to make people believe their real plot to be a sham-plot, and their sham-plot a real plot : necessary for the information of all His Majesties Protestant subjects.
Smith, William, b. 1615 or 16. / [1670] The unjust mans doom as examined by the several kinds of Christian justice, and their obligation : with a particular representation of the injustice & danger of partial conformity / by William Smyth.
Smith, William, b. 1615 or 16. / [1674] Two sermons preached at two publick assizes for the county of Svffolk, in the sheriffalty of Will. Soame of Hawleigh, in Suffolk, Esq. by Will. Smyth, D.D., Pr. Nor. and vic. of Mendlesham in Suffolk.
Smith, William, b. 1615 or 16. / [1677] Two sermons preached at the Cathedral Church of Norwich the one upon the 3d of May being Wednesday in Rogation week, the other upon the 29th day of May being the solemnization of His Majesties birth and restauration / by William Smith, D.D., Preb.
Smith, William, b. 1615 or 16. / [1680] A sermon preached on the fourth Sunday in Lent, in the Cathedral Church of Norwich wherein is represented the great sin and danger of neglecting the Holy Communion / by W. Smyth, D.D. ...
Smith, William, b. 1615 or 16. / [1683] A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Norwich on the ninth of September, 1683 being the day of public thanksgiving for His Majesty's late deliverance / by William Smith ...
Smith, William, b. 1615 or 16. / [1688] A future world in which mankind shall survive their mortal durations, demonstrated by rational evidence from natural and moral arguments against the atheists pretentions by William Smyth.
Smith, William, b. 1615 or 16. / [1656] The safe vvay to glory, in several exercises of general use. / By William Smyth M. Ar. R. of Cotton in Suff.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] The work of Gods power in man with something that the spirit of truth leads to practise, and what it leads to deny ... / W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1679] The wisdom of the earthly wife confounded, or, A manifestation of the spirits of some envious professors who are ready to prefer the hireling priests works of darkness, whose works are against the revelation and coming of Christ in spirit, as their fore-fathers works of cruelty and murder were against him in the dayes of his flesh, as may be seen at large in the scriptures of truth ... this was chiefly occasioned by some nonconformists promoting the works of darkness of a conformist (or chief priest of Warsick-shire, called, Thomas Willson, in his book, ... who slanderously charges the people called Quakers to be false interpreters of the Holy Scriptures) wherein is something of answer to such as have any true tenderness left in them, and would receive the truth if they knew it, but its like to the hard-hearted, stubborn and rebellious (like those, Matth. 27.25. who said, his blood be upon us and upon our children) it will be foolishness, as is the preaching of the cross to them that perish ... / by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [Printed in the year 1668] Univeral love In which a visitation floweth through the creation, that all people may be informed into the truth, and in their several places come to walk in the truth, and live in the truth, to be a good favour unto God, and honour God. 1. To parents of children. 2. To masters and dames of families. 3. To servants in their places. 4. To aged people. 5. To such as live a single life. 6. To young people. 7. To children. 8. To such as are in outward government. 9. To ministers of parishes, so called. 10. To such as practise in the nations law. 11. To such as trade in wights and measures. 12. To such as buy and sell in the markets or in any other places. With a general exhortation. Also something concerning faith, and hope, and love, and the word, and mans restless part, and the election, and a particular place of bondage opened. ... William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] A true, short, impartial relation, containing the substance of the proceedings at the assize held the 12th and 13th day of the moneth called August, 1664, at the town of Hertford (Orlando Bridgman being judge) chiefly with and against nine prisoners called Quakers : as it was then noted and observed first in short-writing, and now made publick, partly to prevent various reports, and partly to inform people of the illegal proceedings of the said court against the prisoners aforesaid, eight of which were sentenced to be transported beyond the seas, there to remain for seven years / W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] The true light shining in England, to give unto all her inhabitants the knowledge of their ways wherein they may behold things past, and things that are, and thereby come to repentance, and escape that which is to come : also, something demonstrated concerning the people of God (called Quakers) as to their principle and practice ... / William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] To the present authority or heads of the nation of England this among others is my testimony which for the Lord is given, as well to them that were in authority as to the suffering seed which hath layen under and suffered hitherto by both those powers.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1665] To all the faithfull in Christ Jesus
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] Sweet oyle poured forth through the horn of salvation, and is freely sent abroad to search the wounded spirits, and to relieve the weak and feeble travellers
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] A tender visitation of the Fathers love, to all the elect-children, or, An epistle unto the righteous congregations who in the light are gathered, and are worshippers of the Father in spirit and truth, to be read amongst them in the pure fear of the Lord God, when they are assembled and met together in his name / by Wlliam Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [Printed in the year, 1663] The standing truth in which may be seen how every ones house is ordered and how their families are provided and what peace they have in their dwellings and whether they be Christians or infidels ... also a narrative of the some unjust and cruel dealings by William Pocklington of North Collington ... against William Smith of Besthorp ... / which are published in love to all people by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [Printed in the year, 1670] A spiritual prospective glass Through which the rulers and people of England, may plainly see those things which concerns their peace. Being a manifestation from the Spirit of God, in love to all people. By one that desires the prosperity of truth, and the peace of the nation. W.Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] Something written concerning the worlds creed, or, What they teach their children to believe for a belief of words cannot save the soul, but a belief in the light, Christ Jesus, the word of God ...
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] Some queries proposed to the bishops and ministers of England, for them, or any of them, to answer that there may be an understanding why persecution is so violently prosecuted / [by] W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] Some clear truths particularly demonstrated unto the King and council, and both houses of Parliament with all judges, justices, merchants, and shipmasters, why the innocent and peaceable people, called Quakers, ought not to be banished out of their native land, or any other way exposed to sufferings : also, the law described in its nature and end : with a postscript to all honest, sober, and impartial jurors / by W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] A short testimony on the behalf of truths innocency declared in plainesse and simplicity : being done at the command of the Lord God that all out of the truth may see their way and proceed no further : vvith a discovery of the national ministry, whose time now is, and is no more / by one who loves truth and rightousnesse and desires the nations peace, and the good of all people, who amongst many brethren is called a Quaker, but known by the name of William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1673] A second relation from Hertford containing the unjust proceedings of some called justice there at the general quarter sessions, upon the tryal of one and twenty innocent persons called Quakers for a pretended breach of the late act, with an account of the most material passages between the prisoners and the court, the 3d, 4th, and 5th dayes of the 8th moneth, 1664 : whereby it appears that meeting to worship God in spirit and truth is the great crime for which they are under so grievous a sentence, and that whatever is pretended by those that love the title of justice, yet in very deed they hate justice it self, as by their proceedings appears / by W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1659] The reign of the whore discovered and her ruine seen her merchants the priests examined, and with the Romish church (their elder sister) compared and found agreeable in many things ... : some queries also for those people that pay tythes, and priests that receive tythes, to consider and answer : and whereas their cry hath been loud against us the people of God called Quakers, that we are Jesuits, and Jesuitical, in tryal they are found false accusers, and of the same stock and generation themselves ... : also the sustance of a dispute which was the 15th day of the 2d month, called April 1659, at the Bridge-house in Southwark, between VVilliam Cooper, VVilliam VVhitaker, Thomas VVoodsworth, VVieles, Watkins, Cradicut, and others who profess themselves ministers of Christ, and some of the people call'd Quakers ... / written in that which gives to see over all the popish train ... W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] A real demonstration of the true order in the spirit of God and of the ground of all formality & idolatry, with a few words unto such as are concerned in it.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [Printed in the year, 1665] A new primmer, wherein is demonstrated the new and living way held forth by way of question and answer, as from a child's enquiry after truth, to be informed by the father. Here being divers particulars answer'd, and plainly opened, that may be profitable both in this present age, and ages to come. Published for the benefit of all sorts of people, and may be very serviceable for every family, and of great use for young children to learn in, so soon as they can understand their language, that they in the fear of God may be instructed, and remember their creator in the dayes of their youth. For which I travel, enduring affliction for the truths sake, William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1665] A new catechism wherein many truths are plainly opened by way of question and answer which may be a help and furtherance unto all tender hearted people who are breathing after the Lord and waits for redemption and salvation by Jesus Christ : also something concerning the foundation and principle of the poor afflicted people of God (called Quakers) and of their faith and love towards God and their good will unto men, being also plainly demonstrated by way of question and answer : given forth in the labour of love and put to view for the service of this present generation and also generations to come / William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1661] The nevv-creation brought forth, in the holy order of life wherein the immortal birth is revealed, and the precious pearl, out of the mixture extracted ... / from ... William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] The morning-watch, or, A spiritual glass opened wherin a clear discovery is made of that which lies in darknesse, from whence wars, contentions, and destructions do arise concerning a professed religion, with a few words of tender counsel unto the Pope, prelate, presbyter, independent & baptist, &c. ... / by ... William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] A message from the Spirit of Truth unto all the world let all that pant come, and all that thirst come, and all that mourn come, for the Lord waits to shew mercy / by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1673] A manifestation of the love of God unto all such as are convinced of truth and do not obey it.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] Liberty of conscience pleaded by several weighty reasons on the behalf of the people of God called Quakers and also, on the behalf of others whose consciences are tender towards God : with a tender message of love unto the King / written by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] Innocency and conscientiousness of the Quakers asserted and cleared from the evil surmises, false aspersions, and unrighteous suggestions of Judge Keeling expressed in his speech made the seventh of the seventh month at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily ... : wherein also is shewed that this law doth not concern them, they being no seditious sectaries, nor contrivers of insurrections, nor evil-doers, therefore no just law is against them.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] Joyfull tidings to the begotten of God in all with a few words of counsel unto Friends concerning marriage / W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1660] An holy kiss of peace, sent from the seed of life, greeting all the lambs and little ones with a tender salutation with a few words, entituled, relief sent forth into the camp of Israel.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] Gospel-tydings wherein is shewed what the Gospel administration was, the apostacy from it, and the restauration into it again : being a message of true and unfeigned love ... / [by] W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664?] The glory of the new covenant
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1664] A few plain words concerning conformity in matter of religion and worship and also concerning evidence and judgment in cases of conscience : published to all magistrates, juror's and people, within the nation of England.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1668] A general summons from the authority of truth, unto all ecclesiastical courts and officers wherein they may see what truth objecteth against their practice and proceedings in cases of conscience / by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1669] The everlasting truth exalted being a plain testimony unto the manifestations, growth and prosperity of truth : also some dangers opened and discovered in the not receiving truth, or having received it, departing from it : also a short testimony unto gospel meetings and fellowship ... / William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1670] A epistle to the flock of Christ being a heavenly portion distributed from th[e] love of God.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1672] An epistle to all the called and chosen of God by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1663] An epistle from the spirit of love and peace, unto all the upright Israelites, who are born of the seed that is blessed for evermore with some things opened concerning the two seeds : to be read amongst Friends, when in the fear of God they are met together in the same spirit, that thereby the whole body may be edified, and comforted, and all in one life, perfectly established for ever : this is only to goe amongst Friends, and not otherwise / W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1659] The day-spring from on high visiting the world, or, Gods salvation revealed and the way of redemption declared, and the way opened into the everlasting rest also the two births discovered and their several image, and the enmity that is betwixt them : with the lambs appearance in glory and his power and government exalted / by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1661] Christendoms call to repentance who is adulterated and gone out from the life of her maker, and gone into the spiritual whoredoms, from the life which was among the apostles, which, with the light, is seen and made manifest, which now shineth, that comes from the VVord which was in the beginning, before whom all things are bare and naked and nothing can be hid / by W.S.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1661] The cause plainly shewed of the persecution which is now upon the innocent people called Quakers and here is also a true declaration of their just and honest intentions, and in this all moderate people may see the ground of their sufferings / by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [Printed in the year, 1664] A briefe answer unto a book intituled Shetinah, or, A demonstration of the divine presence in places of religious worship published by Iohn Stillingfleet, who stiles himself M.A. rector of Beckingham in Lincoln-shire, and late fellow of St. Iohns Colledge in Cambridge. In which book he hath declared many perverse things against the people of God (called Quakers,) and for so much as is considerable, wherein that people are any way concerned, it is in the power of God here answered, by one who is set for the defence of the Gospel, William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1662] A catechism for bishops, deans, prebends, doctors, vicars, curates, and all prelaticals, for them to read in the fear of the Lord God, and with a meek and quiet spirit by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1672/3] The Baptists sophistry discovered in a brief answer to a late pamphlet entituled The Quakers subterfuge or evasion overturned : wherein all people may plainly see ... / by William Smith.
Smith, William, d. 1673. / [1661] The banner of love, under which the Royal Army is preserved, and safely conducted being a clear and perfect way out of wars & contentions : with a short testimony unto the way of peace, given forth for the edification and comfort of all that truly fear God / written by ... William Smith.
Smith, William, D.D. / [1696] The great salvation in another world, ascertain'd as to faith, and consider'd as to practice by William Smith, D.D.
Smith, William, fl. 1596. / [1596] Chloris, or The complaint of the passionate despised shepheard. By William Smith
Smith, William, fl. 1660-1686. / [1666] A poem on the famous ship called the Loyal London Begun at the charge of the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and commoners of the city of London, in the year 1665. and lanched June 10. 1666. which they presented to His Majesty as a testimony of their loyalty and dutiful affection; and built at Deptford by Captain Taylor. By William Smith.
Smith, William, fl. 1660-1686. / [Printed April 29. 1661] Of the celebration of the King's Coronation-Day, in the famous city of Bathe. A true narrative in the letter sent from thence to Dr. Charleton, physician to his majestie. Vivat Rex.
Smith, William, fl. 1660-1686. / [1665] Ingratitude reveng'd, or, A poem upon the happy victory of His Majesties naval forces against the Dutch, June the 3 and 4, 1665 under the auspicious conduct of His Royal Highness James Duke of York, Lord Admiral of England &c.
Smith, William, fl. 1660-1686. / [Octobris 23. MDCLXXXIII. 1683] Ad honoratissimum dominum Georgium Jeffreyum mill' & barr' quum capitalis Angliae justiciarius, et unus a secretioribus regis consiliis renunciaretur, gratulatio votiva.
Smith, William, Rector of Bitterley. / [MDCLXXXIV. 1684] A just account of the horrid contrivance of John Cupper, and Judith Brown his servant, in poysoning his wife. Who were tryed at the assizes held at Shrewsbury; Cupper to be hang'd in chains, and Judith Brown to be burnt. Together with their dying confessions. Published by me William Smith, rector of Bitterley, their minister, to prevent false reports.
Smith, William, Vice-Admiral. / [1644] A true and exact relation of the proceedings and victorious successe of the ships in the service of the King and Parliament, which were sent for the reliefe of Ireland, under the command of Captaine Swanley, Admirall: in the taking divers ships in Milford Haven. As also their valorous undertakings (& the wonderfull blessing of God upon them) in the principality of Wales, in taking divers castles, commanders, ammunition, souldiers, and in the totall subduing of the county of Pembroke. Written by Captain William Smith, Vice-admirall in the same voyage.
Smith, William, Vice-Admiral. / [1643] Severall letters of great importance, and good successe lately obtained against the fellowship of Bristow, by Captain William Smith, Captain of His Majesties ship called the Swallow, now in service for the King and Parliament : and likewise the Lord Admiralls design upon Bristoll, and the Navy making ready there under the command of Sir Iohn Pennington.
Smith, William, Vice-Admiral. / [25. July 1644] An exact relation of that famous and notable victorie obtained at Milford-Haven against the Earle of Carbery his forces, by the admirall and vice-admirall of the Irish Seas the manner of the fight, the taking of the town of Tinby, two ships and foure castles with their ordnance : also a list of the names of the commanders taken, with six or seven hundred common souldiers now prisoners : with their severall letters and summons sent to the abovesaid towne and castles and their answers / written by Captaine William Smith ... ; and by him presented to the Right Honourable Robert, Earle of Warwick, Lord High Admirall of England.
Smyth, Thomas, servaunt to the Quenes most excellent Majestie. / [1540] A treatyse declarynge the despyte of a secrete sedycyous person that dareth not shewe hym selfe
Smyth, Thomas, Sir. / [1572] The offer and order giuen forth by Sir Thomas Smyth, Knight, and Thomas Smyth his sonne vnto suche as be willing to accompanye the sayde Thomas Smyth the sonne, in his voyage for the inhabiting some partes of the northe of Irelande.
Smythe, John, Sir, ca. 1534-1607. / [1. Maij. 1590] Certain discourses, vvritten by Sir Iohn Smythe, Knight: concerning the formes and effects of diuers sorts of weapons, and other verie important matters militarie, greatlie mistaken by diuers of our men of warre in these daies; and chiefly, of the mosquet, the caliuer and the long-bow; as also, of the great sufficiencie, excellencie, and wonderful effects of archers: with many notable examples and other particularities, by him presented to the nobilitie of this realme, & published for the benefite of this his natiue countrie of England
Smythe, John, Sir, ca. 1534-1607. / [1594] [Certen] instruct[ions, obseruati]ons and orders militarie, requisit for all chieftaines, captaines [and?] higher and lower men of charge, [and officers] to vnderstand, [knowe and obserue] / Composed by Sir Iohn Smythe, knight, 1591. And now first imprinted. 1594.