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St. Dunstan's in the West (Church : London, England) / [1675?] A table of the accustomed rates for burials, for the parish of St. Dunstan's in the West
St. Giles Cripplegate. Parish. / [1664] A table of the church-duties for the parish of St. Gyles without Cripplegate, as it was concluded and agreed upon, by the vicar and the vestry, in a full meeting Septemb. 27, 1664
St. Ruth, Charles Chalmont, marquis de, d. 1691. / [1691] Monsieur St. Ruth's speech to the Irish Army, on the 11th of July, 1691. Being the day before the battel at Aghrint, as it was found among the papers of his secretary, who was killed in the battel.
St. Saviour (Parish : Southwark, London, England) / [1613] A rate of duties belonging to the Corporation of the Churchwardens of the parish of St. Sauiour of Southwarke, in the county of Surrye aswell [sic] in the right of the said corporation, as also in respect of their title to the rectory of the said parish ...
St. Serfe, Thomas, Sir, fl. 1668. / [1668] Tarugo's wiles, or, The coffee-house a comedy : as it was acted at His Highness's the Duke of York's Theater / written by Tho. St Serfe.
St. Serfe, Thomas, Sir, fl. 1668. / [ca. 1661] The scout of Cockeny
St. Thomas's Hospital (London, England) / [1515?] Be it know[n to all c]risten men and women, that thyse be the great indulgence [...]
Stafford, Anthony. / [1611] Staffords Niobe: or His age of teares A treatise no lesse profitable, and comfortable, then the times damnable. Wherein deaths visard is pulled off, and her face discouered not to be so fearefull as the vulgar makes it: and withall it is shewed that death is only bad to the bad, good to the good.
Stafford, Anthony. / [1612] Meditations, and resolutions, moral, divine, politicall century I : written for the instruction and bettering of youth, but, especially, of the better and more noble / by Antony Stafford ... ; there is also annexed an oration of Iustus Lipsius, against calumnie, translated out of Latine, into English.
Stafford, Anthony. / [1615] Staffords heauenly dogge: or The life, and death of that great cynicke Diogenes, whom Lertius stiles Canem Cœlestem, the heauenly dogge, by reason of the heauenly precepts he gaue Taken out of the best authors, and written to delight great hearts, and to raise as high as heauen the minds that now grouell on the earth, by teaching them how to ouercome all affections, and afflictions.
Stafford, Anthony. / [1640] Honour and vertue, triumphing over the grave Exemplified in a faire devout life, and death, adorned with the surviving perfections of Edward Lord Stafford, lately deceased; the last baron of that illustrious family: which honour in him ended with as great lustre as the sunne sets within a serene skye. A treatise so written, that it is as well applicative to all of noble extraction, as to him, and wherein are handled all the requisites of honour, together with the greatest morall, and divine vertues, and commended to the practise of the noble prudent reader. By Anth. Stafford his most humble kinsman. This worke is much embelish'd by the addition of many most elegant elegies penned by the most accute wits of these times.
Stafford, Anthony. / [1634] The guide of honour, or the ballance wherin she may weigh her actions A discourse written (by way of humble advise) by the author then residing in forreigne parts, to a truely noble lord of England his most honour'd friend. Worthy the perusall of all who are gently or nobly borne, whom it instructeth how to carry themselves in both fortunes with applause and security. / By Antony Stafford, Gent.
Stafford, Anthony. / [1635] The femall glory: or, The life, and death of our Blessed Lady, the holy Virgin Mary, Gods owne immaculate mother to whose sacred memory the author dedicates these his humble endeavours. A treatise worthy the reading, and meditation of all modest women, who live under the government of vertue, and are obedient to her lawes. By Anth. Stafford, Gent.
Stafford, Anthony. / [1635] The day of salvation, or, A homily upon the bloody sacrifice of Christ, or his death and passion written, and intended onely for private meditation of a most noble and vertuous lady, on Good-Friday last, but since thought worthy the publique view / by Anthony Stafford ...
Stafford, Thomas, Sir, fl. 1633. / [1633] Pacata Hibernia Ireland appeased and reduced· Or, an historie of the late vvarres of Ireland, especially within the province of Mounster, vnder the government of Sir George Carew, Knight, then Lord President of that province, and afterwards Lord Carevv of Clopton, and Earle of Totnes, &c. VVherein the siedge of Kinsale, the defeat of the Earle of Tyrone, and his armie; the expulsion and sending home of Don Iuan de Aguila, the Spanish generall, with his forces; and many other remarkeable passages of that time are related. Illustrated with seventeene severall mappes, for the better understanding of the storie.
Stafford, William Howard, Viscount, 1614-1680. / [1681] The tryal of William Viscount Stafford for high treason in conspiring the death of the King, the extirpation of the Protestant religion, the subversion of the government, and introduction of popery into this realm : upon an impeachment by the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves and of all the commons of England : begun in Westminster-Hall the 30. day of November 1680, and continued until the 7. of December following, on which day judgment of high treason was given upon him : with the manner of his execution the 29. of the same month.
Staggins, Nicholas, 1650?-1700. / [1691] A song for the Kings birth day Being the fourth of November. Composed by Dr. Nicholas Staggins, Master of His Maiesties musick.
Stair, James Dalrymple, Viscount of, 1619-1695. / [M DC XCV. 1695] A vindication of the divine perfections illustrating the glory of God in them, by reason and revelation: methodically digested into several meditations. By a person of honour.
Stair, James Dalrymple, Viscount of, 1619-1695. / [1681] Modus litigandi, or, Form of process, observed before the Lords of Council and Session in Scotland by Sir James Dalrymple of Stair, President of the Session.
Stair, James Dalrymple, Viscount of, 1619-1695. / [1681] The institutions of the law of Scotland deduced from its originals, and collated vvith the civil, canon, and feudal- lavvs, and vvith the customs of neighbouring nations ... / by Sir James Dalrymple of Stair ...
Staley, William, d. 1678. / [1678] The tryal and condemnation of Mr. Will. Staley for high-treason, at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster, on Thursday the 21st of Nov. 1678 who was there condemned to be hang'd, drawn, and quarter'd for speaking of desperate, malicious, and treasonable words against the Kings most excellent majesty : with the particular evidence given against him, the defence he made for himself, and all other material circumstances.
Staley, William, d. 1678, defendant. / [1678] The tryal of William Staley, goldsmith for speaking treasonable words against His Most Sacred Majesty and upon full evidence found guilty of high treason : and received sentence accordingly, on Thursday, November the 21th, 1678.
Stamford, Henry Grey, Earl of, 1599?-1673. / [October 22, 1642] Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Stamford, and the Lord Wharton, and the Lord Kymbolton wherein is declared the proceedings of the Lord Whorton neer Kittermaster with 5 troops of horse against Prince Robert with 20 troops, October 18, and how Prince Robert were forced to retreat : also a famous victory obtained by the E. of Stamford neer Hereford with 1000 foot and 500 horse against 3000 cavaleers, with the number that were slain on both sides : also the Lord Kymbolton, his proceedings in Gloucestershire against the cavaleers likewise a true relation of His Masjesties marching from Shrewsbury towards Coventry with his main army, and how His Excellency is within one dayes march of His Majesty with all his forces / sent in a letter from His Excellencie to the House of Commons.
Stanbridge, John, 1463-1510. / [1560?] Vocabula Magistri, Stanbrigij nuper emendata ac edita.
Standfast, Richard, 1608?-1684. / [1686] A dialogue between a blind-man and death
Standish, John, 1507?-1570. / [1556] The triall of the supremacy wherein is set fourth ye unitie of christes church milita[n]t geue[n] to S. Peter and his successoures by Christe and that there ought to be one head bishop in earth Christes vicar generall ouer all hys churche militant: wyth answeres to the blasphemous obiections made agaynste the same in the late miserable yeres now paste.
Stanley, Thomas, 1625-1678. / [1660] Psalterium Carolinum the devotions of His Sacred Majesty Charles the First in his solitudes and sufferings / rendred in verse by T.S., Esq. ; and set to musick for three voices, an organ or theorbo, by John Wilson, Dr. in musick, professor in Oxford.
Stanley, Thomas, 1625-1678. / [1651] Poems by Thomas Stanley, Esquire.
Stanley, Thomas, 1625-1678. / [1656] The history of philosophy, in eight parts by Thomas Stanley.
Stanley, Thomas, 1625-1678. / [1662] The history of the Chaldaick philosophy by Thomas Stanley.
Staphylus, Fridericus. / [Anno. 1565] The apologie of Fridericus Staphylus counseller to the late Emperour Ferdinandus, &c. Intreating of the true and right vnderstanding of holy Scripture. Of the translation of the Bible in to the vulgar tongue. Of disagrement in doctrine amonge the protestants. Translated out of Latin in to English by Thomas Stapleton, student in diuinite. Also a discourse of the translatour vppon the doctrine of the protestants vvhich he trieth by the three first founders and fathers thereof, Martin Luther, Philip Melanchthon, and especially Iohn Caluin.
Stapleton, Miles, Sir, 1628-1707, defendant. / [1681] The tryal of Sr. Miles Stapleton Bar. for high treason in conspiring the death of the King, &c. at York assizes on the 18th day of July, 1681 before the Right Honourable Sir William Dolben knight, one of the Justices of the Court of Kings bench and William Gregory, Esq; one of the barons of the court of exchequer then judges of assize for the northern circuit : to which is added the tryal and condemnation of Mr. Thomas Thwing for high treason at the summer assizes before.
Stapleton, Philip, Sir, 1603-1647. / [May.I. 1643] An exact relation of the delivering up of Reading to His Excellencie the Earl of Essex; and how the Kings forces have quitted Cyrencester and Brill: with the true relation of the fight at Caversham. As it was sent in a letter to the speaker of the House of Commons, by these worthy members of the said House: Sir Philip Stapleton, John Hampden, and Arthur Goodwin, Esquires. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Stapleton, Thomas, 1535-1598. / [1566. With speciall grace and priuilege] A retur[ne of vn]truthes vpon [M. Jewel]les replie Partly of such, as he hath slaunderously charg[...] Harding withal: partly of such other, as he h[...] committed about the triall thereof, in the text of the foure first articles of his Replie. VVith a reioyndre vpon the principall matters of the Replie, treated in the thirde and fourthe articles. By Thomas Stapleton student in Diuinitie.
Stapleton, Thomas, 1535-1598. / [1567] A counterblast to M. Hornes vayne blaste against M. Fekenham Wherein is set forthe: a ful reply to M. Hornes Answer, and to euery part therof made, against the declaration of my L. Abbat of Westminster, M. Fekenham, touching, the Othe of the Supremacy. By perusing vvhereof shall appeare, besides the holy Scriptures, as it vvere a chronicle of the continual practise of Christes Churche in al ages and countries, fro[m] the time of Constantin the Great, vntil our daies: prouing the popes and bishops supremacy in ecclesiastical causes: and disprouing the princes supremacy in the same causes. By Thomas Stapleton student in diuinitie.
Stapylton, Robert, Sir, d. 1669. / [1669] The tragedie of Hero and Leander written by Sr. Robert Stapylton ...
Stapylton, Robert, Sir, d. 1669. / [1664] The step-mother a tragi-comedy acted with great aplause at the theatre in Little Lincolns-Inne-Fields by His Highness the Duke of York's servants.
Stapylton, Robert, Sir, d. 1669. / [Septem. 8, 1651] A more full relation of the great victory obtained by our forces near Worchester, the taking of the city of Worcester and totall routing of the Scotch army with an exact list of the prize and prisoners, or lords, knights, gentlemen, officers and private soiuldiers taken in the fight and in the pursuit and the number on both sides slain.
Stapylton, Robert, Sir, d. 1669. / [1663] The slighted maid a comedy, acted with great applause at the theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by His Highness the Duke of York's Servants.
Starbuck, William. / [Printed in the yeere wherein Antichrist is falling. i.e. 1644] A spirituall song of comfort or incouragement to the souldiers that now are gone forth in the cause of Christ.
Starbuck, William. / [1644. i.e. 1645] A spiritual cordial for my Lord of Canterbury which hath beene long sicke of a consumption, (evill men and deceevers waxing worse and worse) made by a tenant of his in new prison. And now presented to him, to see if it may be a meanes to recover him, if he be not past cure.
Starkey, George, 1627-1665. / [1665] A smart scourge for a silly, sawcy fool being an answer to a letter, at the end of a pamphlet of Lionell Lockyer ... / by G. S., M.D. and philospher by the fire.
Starkey, George, 1627-1665. / [1657. i.e. 1658] Natures explication and Helmont's vindication. Or A short and sure way to a long and sound life: being a necessary and full apology for chymical medicaments, and a vindication of their excellency against those unworthy reproaches cast on the art and its professors (such as were Paracelsus and Helmont) by Galenists, usually called Methodists. Whose method so adored, is examined, and their art weighed in the ballance of sound reason and true philosophy, and are found too light in reference to their promises, and their patients expectation. The remedy of which defects is taught, and effectual medicaments discovered for the effectual cure of all both acute and chronical diseases. / By George Starkey, a philosopher made by the fire, and a professor of that medicine which is real and not histrionical.
Starkey, Thomas, d. 1538. / [1536] A preface to the Kynges hyghnes
Starling, Samuel, Sir, d. 1674. / [1671] An answer to the seditious and scandalous pamphlet entituled The tryal of W. Penn and W. Mead at the sessions held at the Old Baily, London, the 1, 3, 4, 5 of Sept., 1670 contained in four sections / written by S.S. ...
Stationers' Company (London, England) / [1621] To the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament. An abstract of the generall grieuances of the poore free-men and iourney-men printers oppressed and kept in seruile bondage all their liues by the vnlawfull ordinances of the master and wardens of the Company, which they fortifie only by a warrant dormant.
Stationers' Company (London, England) / [1643] To the Honourable House of Commons in this present Parliament assembled The humble petition of the Company of Stationers of the City of London.
Stationers' Company (London, England) / [1645] By the master and wardens of the Company of Stationers. To all free-men of the said company.
Stationers' Company (London, England) / [1612] Vicesimo octavo Ianuarij, 1611. nono regni regis Iacobi present, the master, wardens, and assistants of the Company of Stationers.
Statius, P. Papinius (Publius Papinius). / [1648] An essay upon Statius, or, The five first books of Publ. Papinius Statius his Thebais done into English verse by T.S., with the poetick history illustrated.
Stawell, John, Sir, 1599-1662. / [An. Dom. 1655] The vindication of Sr. John Stawells remonstrance, against a scurrilous pamphlet written by Mr. John Ash; entituled An answer to divers scandalls mentioned in the humble remonstrance of Sr. John Stawell. As also an answer to a petition of William Lawrence of Edenburgh, Esq; whereunto certain reasons are annexed, directed to the honourable the referrees of his highness most honourable council. With a conclusion humbly offered unto his highnesse the Lord Protector. / Written by Sr. John Stawell. Wherunto are annexed, a letter of Sir Anthony Irbyes, and a short reply of Sr. David Watkins relating unto some parts of the said pamphlet.
Stawell, John, Sir, 1599-1662. / [1654] To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland the humble petition of Sir Iohn Stawell.
Steel, Laurence, d. 1684. / [printed in the yeare 1678] Short writing, began by nature compliated [sic] by art manifesting the irregularity of placing the artificial before the natural of symbolical contractions: and proposing a method more suited to sense, and more fully answering y [sic] requisited of a compleat character in the shortning both of words and sentences. Invented, taught & published with plain directions examples and a specimen of the writing by Laurence Steel
Steele, Richard, 1629-1692. / [1684] A scheme and abstract of the Christian religion comprized in fifty two heads, with the texts of scripture, on which they are grounded : and some short indications, how they were more largely handled / by a lover of truth and peace.
Steele, Richard, 1629-1692. / [1672] A plain discourse upon uprightness shewing the properties and priviledges of an upright man / by Richard Steele ...
Steele, Richard, 1629-1692. / [1668] The husbandmans calling shewing the excellencies, temptations, graces, duties &c. of the Christian husbandman : being the substance of XII sermons preached to a country congregation / by Richard Steele.
Steele, Richard, 1629-1692. / [1688] A discourse concerning old-age tending to the instruction, caution and comfort of aged persons / by Richard Steele ...
Steele, Richard, 1629-1692. / [1667] An antidote against distractions, or, An indeavour to serve the church, in the daily case of wandrings in the worship of God by Richard Steele M.A. and minister of the Gospel.
Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. / [1695] The procession a poem on Her Majesties funeral / by a gentleman of the army.
Stennett, Joseph, 1663-1713. / [1697] Hymns in commemoration of the sufferings of Our Blessed Saviour Jesus Christ compos'd for the celebration of His Holy Supper / by Joseph Stennett.
Stennett, Joseph, 1663-1713. / [1725?] Hymns compos'd for the celebration of the holy ordinance of baptism By Joseph Stennett.
Stennett, Joseph, 1663-1713. / [1695] Advice to the young, or, The reasonableness and advantages of an early conversion to God demonstrated, in three discourses on Ecclesiastes xii, I by Joseph Stennett.
Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. / [1691] An admonition concerning a publick fast the just causes we have for it, from the full growth of sin, and the near approaches of God's judgments : and the manner of performance to obtain the desired effects thereof, which ought to be other than our Common Forms, and with stricter acts of moritication than is usual amongst us : with an abstract of Mr. Chillingworth's judgement of the state of religion in this nation in his time : and of a letter from the Hague concerning two sermons preached there in the French church at which were present divers of the English nobility.
Stephens, Jeremiah, 1591-1665. / [1660] An apology for the ancient right and power of the bishops to sit and vote in parliaments ... with an answer to the reasons maintained by Dr. Burgesse and many others against the votes of bishops : a determination at Cambridge of the learned and reverend Dr. Davenant, B. of Salisbury, Englished : the speech in Parliament made by Dr. Williams, L. Archbishop of York, in defence of the bishops : two speeches spoken in the House of Lords by the Lord Viscount Newarke, 1641.
Stephens, John, fl. 1613-1615. / [1615] Satyrical essayes characters and others. Or Accurate and quick descriptions, fitted to the life of their subiects. Iohn Stephens
Stephens, John, fl. 1613-1615. / [1615] Essayes and characters, ironicall, and instructiue The second impression. With a new satyre in defence of common law and lawyers: mixt with reproofe against their common enemy. With many new characters, & diuers other things added; & euery thing ammended. By Iohn Stephens the yonger, of Lincolnes Inne, Gent.
Stephens, John, fl. 1613-1615. / [1613] Cinthia's reuenge: or Mænanders extasie
Stephens, Nathaniel, 1606?-1678. / [1656] A plain and easie calculation of the name, mark, and number of the name of the beast ... humbly presented to the studious observers of Scripture-prophecies, God's works, and the times / by Nathaniel Stephens ... ; whereunto is prefixed, a commendatory epistle, written by Mr. Edm. Calamy.
Stephens, Stephen. / [1642] Exceeding happy nevvs from Ireland. Declaring the proceedings of the Protestant army in Kildare, against the Castle of Ithlone, the Castle of Knock and Mores Castle, with the manner of the fight, and the victories obtained by these worthy champions, August 26, namely the Earle of Ormond, the Earle of Ballamore, the Lord Lisle, Colonell Vavaser, Colonell Monke, and Noble Captaine Ogle. Expressing the manner of the rebels meeting the Protestant forces, and the number of those that were slaine on both sides, and taken prisoners. Sent from Captaine Stephens, to his brother William Stephens, living in Crutcher-Fryars, London, and now published by Authority.
Stephens, Thomas, fl. 1648-1677. / [1661] Ad magistratum three sermons preached before the justices of assize, at Bury-St.-Edmunds in the countie of Suffolk : with sacred hymns upon the Gospels for the hyemal quarter / by Tho. Stephens.
Stephenson, Marmaduke, d. 1659. / [1660] A call from death to life and out of the dark wayes and worships of the world where the seed is held in bondage under the merchants of Babylon / written by Marmaduke Stephenson, who (together with ... William Robinson) hath (since the writing hereof) suffered death, for bearing witnesse to the same truth amongst the professors of Bostons jurisdiction in New England ; with a true copy of two letters, which they writ to the Lords people a little before their death ; and also the true copy of a letter ... from a friend in New England, which gives a brief relation of the manner of their martyrdom, with some of the words which they exprest at the time of their suffering.
Steple, Steven. / [1552?] Steven Steple to mast. Camell
Stepney, George, 1663-1707. / [1695] A poem dedicated to the blessed memory of her late gracious Majesty Queen Mary by Mr. Stepney.
Stepney, George, 1663-1707. / [1691] An epistle to Charles Montague Esq., on His Majesty's voyage to Holland by Mr. George Stepney.
Sterne, John, 17th cent. / [1648] A confirmation and discovery of witchcraft containing these severall particulars : that there are witches ... together with the confessions of many of those executed since May 1645 ... / by John Stearne now of Lawshall.
Sternhold, Thomas, d. 1549. / [1565.] The whole booke of psalms, collected into English meter by Thomas Sternhold, I. Hopkins and others: co[n]ferred with the Hebrue, with apt notes to syng them withall. Faithfully perused and allowed accordyng to the Quenes Maiesties Injunctions. very meete to be vsed of al sortes of people priuately for their solace & comfort: laying apart al vngodly songes and ballades, which read only to the norishing of vice & corrupting of youth..
Sternhold, Thomas, d. 1549. / [1562] The whole booke of Psalmes collected into Englysh metre by T. Starnhold, I. Hopkins, & others, conferred with the Ebrue, with apt notes to synge the[m] with al ; faithfully perused and alowed according to thordre appointed in the Quenes Maiesties iniunctions ; very mete to be vsed of all sortes of people priuately for their solace & comfort, laying apart all vngodly songes and ballades, which tende only to the norishing of vyce, and corrupting of youth.
Sternhold, Thomas, d. 1549. / [1578] The whole booke of Psalmes collected into English meter by Thom. Sternh., Iohn Hopkins, W. Whittingham and others, conferred with the Ebrue with apt notes to singe them withall ; set forth and allowed to be song in all churches, of all the people together before and after mornyng and euenyng prayer, as also before and after sermons, and moreouer in priuate houses for their godly solace and co[m]fort, laying apart all vngodly songes and balades, which tend onely to the nourishyng of vice, and corruptyng of youth.
Sternhold, Thomas, d. 1549. / [1533?] [Al such psalmes of Dauid as T. Sternehold didde in his life time draw into English metre]
Sterrie, D. / [1586] A briefe sonet declaring the lamentation of Beckles, a market towne in Suffolke which was in the great winde vpon S. Andrewes eue pitifully burned with fire to the value by estimation of tweentie thousande pounds And to the number of fourescore dwelling houses, besides a great number of other houses. 1586. To the tune of Labandalashotte.
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1657] The way of God with his people in these nations opened in a thanksgiving sermon, preached on the 5th of November, 1656, before the Right Honorable the High Court of Parliament / by Peter Sterry.
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1648] The teachings of Christ in the soule. Opened in a sermon before the Right Honble House of Peers, in Covent-garden-Church, upon the solemne day of their monthly fast, March 29. 1648. / By Peter Sterry, M.A. sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge: and now preacher of the Gospel in London. Published by order of that House.
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1645] The spirit convincing of sinne opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons, assembled in Parliament upon the solemne day of their monethly fast, Novemb. 26, 1645 / by Peter Sterry ...
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1683] The rise, race, and royalty of the kingdom of God in the soul of man opened in several sermons upon Matthew 18.3 : as also the loveliness & love of Christ set forth in several other sermons upon Psal. 45. v. 1, 2. : together with an account of the state of a saint's soul and body in death / by Peter Sterry ...
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1670] Free grace exalted, and thence deduced evangelical rules for evangelical sufferings : in two discourses made 29 March, and 10 May 1670, from Rom. 5, 21.
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1652] England's deliverance from the northern presbytery, compared with its deliverance from the Roman papacy by Peter Sterry, once fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, now preacher to the Right Honorable the Councell of State, sitting at White-Hall.
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1650 i.e. 1649] The commings [sic] forth of Christ in the power of his death. Opened in a sermon preached before the High Court of Parliament, on Thursday the first of Novem. 1649. being a publike thanksgiving for the victories obtained by the Parliaments forces in Ireland, especially for the taking of Droghedah, since which Wexford also was taken. By Peter Sterry, sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge: and now preacher of the Gospel in London.
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1675] A discourse of the freedom of the will by Peter Sterry ...
Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1648] The clouds in which Christ comes opened in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, assembled in Parliament, upon the solemne day of their monthly fast, Octob. 27, 1647 / by Peter Sterry ...
Stevens, Minister. / [1680?] The great assize; or, Christ's certain and sudden appearance to judgement. Being serious considerations on these four things, death, judgment, heaven, and hell. By Mr. Stevens, minister. To the tune of, Aim not too high, &c. Licensed according to order.
Stevenson, Matthew, d. 1684. / [1661] The twelve moneths, or, A pleasant and profitable discourse of every action, whether of labour or recreation, proper to each particular moneth branched into directions relating to husbandry, as plowing, sowing, gardening, planting, transplanting ... as also, of recreations as hunting, hawking, fishing, fowling, coursing, cockfighting : to which likewise is added a necessary advice touching physick ... : lastly, every moneth is shut up with an epigrame : with the fairs of every month / by M. Stevenson.
Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. / [1680] The vvits paraphras'd, or, Paraphrase upon paraphrase in a burlesque on the several late translations of Ovids Epistles.
Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. / [1671] The Quakers wedding, October, 24. 1671.
Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. / [1645] Occasions off-spring, or, Poems upon severall occasions by Mathew Stevenson.
Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. / [1673] Norfolk drollery, or, A compleat collection of the newest songs, jovial poems, and catches, &c. by the author, M. Stevenson.
Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. / [1662] Florus Britannicus, or, An exact epitome of the history of England, from William the Conquerour to the twelfth year of the reign of His Sacred Majesty Charls the Second, now flourishing illustrated with their perfect portraictures in exact copper plates ... / by Mathew Stevenson, Gent.
Stevenson, Matthew, fl. 1654-1685. / [1661] Bellum presbyteriale, or, As much said for the presbyter as may be together with their covenants catastrophe : held forth in an heroick poem / by Matth. Stevenson, Gent.
Stevin, Simon, 1548-1620. / [1599] The hauen-finding art, or The vvay to find any hauen or place at sea, by the latitude and variation. Lately published in the Dutch, French, and Latine tongues, by commandement of the right honourable Count Mauritz of Nassau, Lord high Admiral of the vnited Prouinces of the Low countries, enioyning all seamen that take charge of ships vnder his iurisdiction, to make diligent obseruation, in all their voyages, according to the directions prescribed herein: and now translated into English, for the common benefite of the seamen of England
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1659] Trias sacra, a second ternary of sermons preached being the last (and best) monuments that are likely to be made publique of that most learned, pious and eminent Dr. Richard Stuart ...
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1658] Three sermons preached by the Reverend and learned Dr. Richard Stuart ... to which is added, a fourth sermon, preached by the Right Reverend Father in God, Samuel Harsnett ...
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1684] Several short, but seasonable discourses touching common and private prayer relating to the publick offices of the church / by a divine of the Church of England.
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1682] The old Puritan detected and defeated, or, A brief treatise shewing how by the artifice of pulpit-prayers our dissenters, at all times, have endeavour'd to undermine the liturgy of the reformed Church of England together with the fault and danger of such prayers, whether vented extempore, or forethought by the speaker / by a most learned and reverend divine now with God.
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1687] The English case, exactly set down by Hezekiah's reformation in a court sermon at Paris / Dr. Steward ...
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1683] A discourse of Episcopacy and sacrilege by way of letter written in 1646 / by Richard Stewart ...
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1657] Catholique divinity: or, The most solid and sententious expressions of the primitive doctors of the Church. With other ecclesiastical, and civil authors: dilated upon, and fitted to the explication of the most doctrinal texts of Scripture, in a choice way both for the matter, and the language; and very useful for the pulpit, and these times. / By Dr. Stuart, dean of St. Pauls, afterwards dean of Westminster, and clerk of the closet to the late K. Charles.
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [1688] A brief but full vindication of the Church of England from the Romanist's charge of schism.
Steward, Richard, 1593?-1651. / [Printed in the yeere, M DC XLVII. 1647] An ansvver to a letter vvritten at Oxford, and superscribed to Dr. Samuel Turner, concerning the Church, and the revenues thereof. Wherein is shewed, how impossible it is for the King with a good conscience to yeeld to the change of church-government by bishops, or to the alienating the lands of the Church.
Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713. / [1667] Naphtali, or, The wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for the kingdom of Christ contained in a true and short deduction thereof, from the beginning of the reformation of religion, until the year 1667 : together with the last speeches and testimonies of some who have died for the truth since the year 1660 : whereunto are also subjoyned, a relation of the sufferings and death of Mr. Hew McKail ...
Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713. / [cIc Icc LXIX 1669] Jus populi vindicatum, or, The peoples right to defend themselves and their covenanted religion vindicated wherein the act of defence and vindication which was interprised anno 1666 is particularly justified ... being a reply to the first part of Survey of Naphtaly &c. / by a friend to true Christian liberty.
Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713. / [1688] James Stewart's answer to a letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner to the states of Holland & Wes Friesland concerning the repeal of the penal laws and tests.
Stewart, James, Sir, 1635-1713. / [1672] An accompt of Scotlands grievances by reason of the D. of Lauderdales ministrie humbly tendred to His Sacred Majesty.
Stewart, William. / [1643?] William Stewart to the Church of Scotland. Sonnet.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1691] A vindication of Their Majesties authority to fill the sees of the deprived bishops in a letter out of the country occasioned by Dr. B---'s refusal of the bishoprick of Bath and Wells.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [MDCLXXXVII 1687] A vindication of the answer to some late papers concerning the unity and authority of the Catholic Church, and the reformation of the Church of England.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1681] The unreasonableness of separation, or, An impartial account of the history, nature, and pleas of the present separation from the communion of the Church of England to which, several late letters are annexed, of eminent Protestant divines abroad, concerning the nature of our differences, and the way to compose them / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1696] Twelve sermons preached on several occasions. The first volume by the Right Reverend Father in God Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1698] Thirteen sermons preached on several occasions three of which never before printed / by the Right Reverend Father in God Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1697] Ten sermons preached on several occasions by the Right Reverend Father in God Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1669] Six sermons with a discourse annexed, concerning the true reason of the suffering of Christ, wherein Crellius his answer to Grotius is considered / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1678] Sir, you may perceive by the inclosed brief for rebuilding the cathedral church of St. Paul ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1679] Several conferences between a Romish priest, a fanatick chaplain, and a divine of the Church of England concerning the idolatry of the Church of Rome, being a full answer to the late dialogues of T.G.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1673] Sermons preached on several occasions to which a discourse is annexed concerning the true reason of the sufferings of Christ : wherein Crellius his answer to Grotius is considered / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1691] A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall, March the 1st, 1690/1 by the Right Reverend Father in God Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1678] A sermon preached on the fast-day, November 13, 1678, at St. Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1674] A sermon preached November V, 1673, at St. Margarets Westminst by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1692] A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall, March the 13th, 1691/2 by the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1689] A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall, February 22d, 1688/9 by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1667] A sermon preached before the King, March 13, 1666/7 by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1669] A sermon preached before the King, January 30, 1668/9, being the day of the execrable murther of King Charles I by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1684] A sermon preached before the King, February the 15, 1683/4 by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1679] A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall, March 7, 1678/9 by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1692] A sermon preached before the King & Queen at White-Hall, Novemb. 29, 1691 by the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1690] A sermon preached before the King & Queen at White-hall, March 23, 1689/90 by ... Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1694] A sermon preached before the King & Queen at White-Hall on Christmas-Day, 1693 by the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1675] A sermon preach'd before the King, Feb. 24, 1674/5 by Ed. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1666] A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, Octob. 10, 1666 being the fast-day appointed for the late dreadfull fire in the city of London / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1681] A sermon preached at White-Hall, February the 19th, 1685/6 being the first Friday in Lent / by Edw. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1685] A sermon preached at a publick ordination at St. Peter's Cornhill, March 15th 1684/5 by Edw. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1694] A sermon concerning sins of omission preached before the King and Queen at White-Hall, on March 18th, 1693/4, being Midlent-Sunday / by ... Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1687] A second letter to Mr. G. in answer to two letters lately published concerning the conference at the D. of P.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1673] A second discourse in vindication of the Protestant grounds of faith, against the pretence of infallibility in the Roman Church in answer to The guide in controversies by R.H., Protestancy without principles, and Reason and religion, or, The certain rule of faith by E.W. : with a particular enquiry into the miracles of the Roman Church / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1688] Scripture and tradition compared in a sermon preached at Guild-Hall Chapel, Novemb. 27, 1687 / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1666] A reply to Mr. J.S. his 3d. appendix containing some animadversions on the book entituled, A rational account of the grounds of Protestant religion. By Ed. Stillingfleet B.D.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1687] A relation of a conference held about religion at London by Edw. Stillingfleet ... with some gentlemen of the Church of Rome.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1700] Reformation of manners the true way of honouring God with the necessity of putting the laws in execution against vice and profaneness : in a sermon preached at White-hall / by the late Right Reverend Father in God, Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester ; and published by Their Majesties special command.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1674] The reformation justify'd in a sermon preached at Guild-Hall Chappel Septemb. 21, 1673, before the Lord Major and Aldermen, &c. / by Edw. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1665] A rational account of the grounds of Protestant religion being a vindication of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury's relation of a conference, &c., from the pretended answer by T.C. : wherein the true grounds of faith are cleared and the false discovered, the Church of England vindicated from the imputation of schism, and the most important particular controversies between us and those of the Church of Rome throughly examined / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1681] Protestant charity a sermon preached at S. Sepulchres Church, on Tuesday in Easter week, A. D. MDCLXXXI / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1689] Proposals tender'd to the consideration of both Houses of Parliament for uniting the Protestant interest for the present, and preventing divisions for the future together with the declaration of K. Charles II, concerning ecclesiastical affairs, and some proposals of terms of union between the Church of England and dissenters / long since published by the Reverend Dean of S. Pauls.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1662] Origines sacræ, or, A rational account of the grounds of Christian faith, as to the truth and divine authority of the Scriptures and the matters therein contained by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1685] Origines Britannicæ, or, The antiquities of the British churches with a preface concerning some pretended antiquities relating to Britain : in vindication of the Bishop of St. Asaph / by Ed. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1682] Of the nature of superstition a sermon preached at St Dunstans West, March 31, MDCLXXXII / by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1691] The mysteries of the Christian faith asserted and vindicated in a sermon preached at S. Laurence-Jewry in London, April the 7th, 1691 / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1680] The mischief of separation a sermon preached at Guild-Hall Chappel, May 11. MDCLXXX. being the first Sunday in Easter-term, before the Lord Mayor, &c. / by Edw. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1677] A letter to a deist, in answer to several objections against the truth and authority of the scriptures
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1687] A letter to Mr. G. giving a true account of a late conference at the D. of P.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1662] Irenicum A weapon-salve for the churches wounds, or The divine right of particular forms of church-government : discuss'd and examin'd according to the principles of the law of nature .../ by Edward Stillingfleete ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1680] The grand question, concerning the Bishops right to vote in Parliament in cases capital stated and argued, from the Parliament-rolls, and the history of former times : with an enquiry into their peerage, and the three estates in Parliament.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1698] Ecclesiastical cases relating to the duties and rights of the parochial clergy stated and resolved according to the principles of conscience and law / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1686] The doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome truly represented in answer to a book intituled, A papist misrepresented, and represented, &c.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1688] The doctrine of the Trinity and transubstantiation compared as to Scripture, reason, and tradition. The first part in a new dialogue between a Protestant and a papist : wherein an answer is given to the late proofs of the antiquity of transubstantiation in the books called Consensus veterum and Nubes testium, &c.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1697] A discourse in vindication of the doctrine of the Trinity with an answer to the late Socinian objections against it from Scripture, antiquity and reason, and a preface concerning the different explications of the Trinity, and the tendency of the present Socinian controversie / by the Right Reverend Father in God Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1689] A discourse concerning the unreasonableness of a new separation, on account of the oaths with an answer to the History of passive obedience, so far as relates to them.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1662] A discourse concerning the power of excommunication in a Christian church, by way of appendix to the Irenicum by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1688] A discourse concerning the nature and grounds of the certainty of faith in answer to J.S., his Catholick letters / by Edw. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1689] A discourse concerning the illegality of the late ecclesiastical commission in answer to the vindication and defence of it : wherein the true notion of the legal supremacy is cleared, and an account is given of the nature, original, and mischief of the dispensing power.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1671] A discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome and the danger of salvation in the communion of it in an answer to some papers of a revolted Protestant : wherein a particular account is given of the fanaticism and divisions of that church / by Edward Stilingfleet.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1697] A discourse concerning the doctrine of Christ's satisfaction; or The true reasons of His sufferings with an answer to the Socinian objections. To which is added a sermon concerning the mysteries of the Christian faith; preached April 7. 1691. With a preface concerning the true state of the controversie about Christ's satisfaction. By the right reverend Father in God, Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1695] A discourse concerning bonds of resignation of benefices in point of law and conscience by ... Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1676] A defence of the discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome in answer to a book entituled, Catholicks no idolators / by Ed. Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1688] The Council of Trent examin'd and disprov'd by Catholick tradition in the main points in controversie between us and the Church of Rome with a particular account of the times and occasions of introducing them : Part 1 : to which a preface is prefixed concerning the true sense of the Council of Trent and the notion of transubstantiation.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1690] Christian magnanimity a sermon preached in the cathedral church at Worcester at the time of the assizes, September 21. 1690 / by ... Edward, Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1693] The case of an oath of abjuration considered and the vote of the honourable House of Commons vindicated in a letter.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1691] The Bishop of Worcester's charge to the clergy of his diocese, in his primary visitation begun at Worcester, Sept. 11, 1690
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1698] The bishop of Worcester's answer to Mr. Locke's second letter wherein his notion of ideas is prov'd to be inconsistent with itself, and with the articles of the Christian faith.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1697] The Bishop of Worcester's answer to Mr. Locke's letter, concerning some passages relating to his Essay of humane understanding, mention'd in the late Discourse in vindication of the Trinity with a postscript in answer to some reflections made on that treatise in a late Socinian pamphlet.
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1686] An answer to some papers lately printed concerning the authority of the Catholick Church in matters of faith, and the reformation of the Church of England
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1673] An answer to several late treatises, occasioned by a book entituled A discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome, and the hazard of salvation in the communion of it. The first part by Edward Stillingfleet ...
Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. / [1675] An answer to Mr. Cressy's Epistle apologetical to a person of honour touching his vindication of Dr. Stillingfleet / by Edw. Stillingfleet.
Stirling, Mary Vanlore Alexander, Countess of, d. ca. 1660. / [1654] To the supream authority of the nation the Parliament of the common-wealth of England the humble petition of Mary Countess of Sterling, and John Blount her husband.
Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567 or 8-1640. / [An. Dom. 1630] The mapp and description of Nevv-England together with a discourse of plantation, and collonies: also, a relation of the nature of the climate, and how it agrees with our owne country England. How neere it lyes to New-found-land, Virginia, Noua Francia, Canada, and other parts of the West-Indies. Written by Sr. William Alexander, Knight.
Stokes, David, 1591?-1669. / [1668] Verus Christianus, or, Directions for private devotions and retirements dedicated to ... Gilbert Ld. Arch Bishop of Canterbury ... by David Stokes.
Stokes, David, 1591?-1669. / [1659] A paraphrasticall explication of the twelve minor prophets. Viz. Hoseah. Joel. Amos. Obadiah. Jonah. Micah. Nahum. Habakkuk. Zephaniah. Haggai. Zechariah. Malachi. / By Da. Stokes. D.D.
Stokes, Edward, Esq. / [1652] The VViltshire rant; or A narrative wherein the most unparallel'd prophane actings, counterfeit repentings, and evil speakings of Thomas Webbe late pretended minister of Langley Buriall, are discovered; the particulars whereof are set down in the following page. Also the proceedings of those in authority against him. With a catalogue of his untruths in his Masse of malice, and replies to sundry of them. by Edw. Stokes Esq;
Stokes, Will. / [1652] The vaulting-master, or, The art of vaulting reduced to a method, comprized under certaine rules, illustrated by examples, and now primarily set forth by Will. Stokes.
Stone, Katherine, fl. 1654. / [1654] To the High Court of Parliament, of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, & Ireland. The humble petition of Katherine Stone, widdow, and Henry Stone, her son.
Stone, Samuel, 1602-1663. / [1661] Deceivers deceiv'd, or, The mistakes of wickedness in sundry erroneous and deceitful principles, practised in our late fatal times, and suspected still in the reasonings of unquiet spirits delivered in a sermon at St. Paul's, October 20th 1661 before the Right Honorable Sir Richard Browne Knight and Baronet, Lord Maior of the city of London, and the aldermen his brethren : being the initial also of the Reverend Dr. John Berwick, dean of the said church, at the first celebrity of divine service with the organ and choiristers, which the Lord Maior himslef solemniz'd with his personal presence from the very beginning.
Stone, Samuel, 1602-1663. / [1652] A congregational church is a catholike visible church, or, An examination of M. Hudson his vindication concerning the integrality of the catholike visible church wherein also satisfaction is given to what M. Cawdrey writes touching that subject, in his review of M. Hooker's Survey of church discipline / by Samuel Stone ...
Stonehill, fl. 1671. / [1671] Oxford one day stage-coach. These are to give notice to all persons that have occasion to go to Oxford by coach ...
Stoppa, Giovanni Battista. / [1680] The religion of the Dutch represented in several letters from a Protestant officer in the French army to a pastor and professor of divinity at Berne in Switserland ; out of the French.
Storer, Thomas, 1571-1604. / [1599] The life and death of Thomas Wolsey Cardinall Diuided into three parts: his aspiring, triumph, and death. By Thomas Storer student of Christ-church in Oxford.
Story, Thomas, 1662-1742. / [1698] A word to the well-inclin'd of all perswasions together with a coppy of a letter from William Penn to George Keith, upon his arbitrary summons and unjust proceedings, at Turners-Hall, against the people called Quakers.
Story, Thomas, 1662-1742. / [1696] Reasons why those of the people called Quakers, challenged by George Keith, to meet him at Turner's Hall the eleventh of this month called June, 1696. refuse their appearance at his peremptory summons.
Stoughton, John, 1593-1639. / [1640] A forme of wholsome words, or, An introduction to the body of divinity in three sermons on 2 Timothy, I.13 / preached by John Stoughton ...
Stoughton, John, d. 1639. / [1640] XI. choice sermons preached upon selected occasions, in Cambridge. Viz. I. The preachers dignity, and duty: in five sermons, upon 2. Corinth. 5. 20. II. Christ crucified, the tree of life: in six sermons, on 1. Corinth. 2. 2. By John Stoughton, Doctor in Divinity, sometimes fellow of Immanuel Colledge in Cambridge, late preacher of Aldermanburie, London. According to the originall copie, which was left perfected by the authour before his death.
Stoughton, John, d. 1639. / [1640] The heauenly conuersation and the naturall mans condition In two treatises. By Iohn Stoughton, Doctor in Divinitie, sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge; and late preacher of Gods word in Alderman-bury London
Stoughton, John, d. 1639. / [1640] Choice sermons preached upon selected occasions Viz. The happinesse of peace: before K. James at Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge. The love-sick spouse: at St. Pauls Crosse. The burning light: at a visitation in Christs Church, London. The magistrates commission, or wisdome justified: before the judges. By John Stoughton, Doctor in Divinitie, sometime fellow of Emanuel College in Cambridge, late preacher of Aldermanbury, London. According to the originall copie which was perfected by the author before his death.
Stourton, Charles Stourton, Baron, d. 1557. / [1557] A prayer sayd by the lorde Sturton being on his knees before he went up the ladder, and also his confession before his death the vi. day of Marche in the yeare of our lord God M.D.L.vii.
Stourton, Charles Stourton, Baron, d. 1557. / [1557] The copy of the self same wordes that mi lorde Sturton spake presently at his death being the vi day of March, in the yeare of our Lorde 1557 ...
Stow, John, 1525?-1605. / [1633] The survey of London containing the original, increase, modern estate and government of that city, methodically set down : with a memorial of those famouser acts of charity, which for publick and pious vses have been bestowed by many worshipfull citizens and benefactors : as also all the ancient and modern monuments erected in the churches, not only of those two famous cities, London and Westminster, but (now newly added) four miles compass / begun first by the pains and industry of John Stow, in the year 1598 ; afterwards inlarged by the care and diligence of A.M. in the year 1618 ; and now compleatly finished by the study & labour of A.M., H.D. and others, this present year 1633 ; whereunto, besides many additions (as appears by the contents) are annexed divers alphabetical tables, especially two, the first, an index of things, the second, a concordance of names.
Stow, John, 1525?-1605. / [1598] A suruay of London Contayning the originall, antiquity, increase, moderne estate, and description of that citie, written in the yeare 1598. by Iohn Stow citizen of London. Also an apologie (or defence) against the opinion of some men, concerning that citie, the greatnesse thereof. With an appendix, containing in Latine, Libellum de situ & nobilitate Londini: written by William Fitzstephen, in the raigne of Henry the second.
Stow, John, 1525?-1605. / [1580] The chronicles of England from Brute vnto this present yeare of Christ. 1580. Collected by Iohn Stow citizen of London.
Stow, John, 1525?-1605. / [1565] A summarie of Englyshe chronicles conteynyng the true accompt of yeres, wherein euery kyng of this realme of England began theyr reigne, howe long they reigned: and what notable thynges hath bene doone durynge theyr reygnes. Wyth also the names and yeares of all the baylyffes, custos, maiors, and sheriffes of the citie of London, sens the Conqueste, dyligentely collected by Iohn Stovv citisen of London, in the yere of our Lorde God 1565. Whervnto is added a table in the end, conteynyng all the principall matters of this booke. Perused and allowed accordyng to the Quenes maiesties iniunctions.
Stow, John, 1525?-1605. / [1566] The summarie of English chronicles (lately collected and published) nowe abridged and continued tyl this present moneth of Marche, in the yere of our Lord God. 1566. By J.S.
Stow, John, 1525?-1605. / [1640?] A recital of Stow's collection concerning the rise, profi[ta]bleness, and continuance of the court of requests, or court of conscience in the city of London: together w[it]h the Act of Parliament of 3 Iacobi Regis, for establishing and confirmation of the same
Stow, John, 1525?-1605. / [1618] The abridgement of the English Chronicle, first collected by M. Iohn Stow, and after him augmented with very many memorable antiquities, and continued with matters forreine and domesticall, vnto the beginning of the yeare, 1618. by E.H. Gentleman. There is a briefe table at the end of the booke
Stoyte, Edward, b. 1618 or 19. / [1651] Rachitis primariò fundatur in constitutione naturali.
Strachan, William. / [1694] Some remarks upon a late pamphlet, entituled, An answer to the Scots Presbyterian eloquence wherein the innocency of the Episcopal clergy is vindicated, and the constitution and government of our Church of Scotland defended, against the lies and calumnies of the Presbyterian pamphleters.
Strada, Famiano, 1572-1649. / [1650] De bello Belgico The history of the Low-Countrey warres / written in Latine by Famianus Strada ; in English by Sr. Rob. Stapylton.
Stradling, George, 1621-1688. / [1692] Sermons and discourses upon several occasions by G. Stradling ... ; together with an account of the author.
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] The Earle of Strafford his ellegiack poem, as it was pen'd by his owne hand a little before his death.
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. / [Printed in the yeare 1641] Verses, lately vvritten by Thomas Earle of Straford [sic].
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. / [1641] The ultimum vale, or, Last farevvell of Thomas Earle of Strafford. Written by himselfe a little before his death.
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. / [1641] The Earle of Straffords speech on the scaffold before he was beheaded on Tower-hill, the 12 of May, 1641
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641, defendant. / [1680] The Tryal of Thomas, Earl of Strafford, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, upon an impeachment of high treason by the Commons then assembled in Parliament, in the name of themselves and of all the Commons in England, begun in Westminster-Hall the 22th of March 1640, and continued before judgment was given until the 10th of May, 1641 shewing the form of parliamentary proceedings in an impeachment of treason : to which is added a short account of some other matters of fact transacted in both houses of Parliament, precedent, concomitant, and subsequent to the said tryal : with some special arguments in law relating to a bill of attainder / faithfully collected, and impartially published, without observation or reflection, by John Rushworth of Lincolnes-Inn, Esq.
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641, defendant. / [1679] An impartial account of the arraignment trial & condemnation of Thomas late Earl of Strafford, and Lord Lievtanant of Ireland before the Parliament at Wesminster, Anno Dom, 1641.
Strange, Jacob. / [1650] Sir, You are desired to send in your horse & armes required of you by warrant from the Militia of London, to the new artillary-ground, upon Monday next being the nine and twentieth of this instant Iuly, by eight of the clock in the forenoone. Dated this 26 of Iuly 1650. Your reall freind[sic] Jacob Strange.
Streater, John, fl. 1650-1670. / [1659] A letter sent to his Excellency the Lord Fleetwood from Mr. John Streater comptroller of the ordinance by authority of Parliament on December the 15th.
Strickland, John, 1600 or 1601-1670. / [1641] The Kings entertainment at Yorke as it was related by John Strickland, the 22. of March, 1641. who came out of Yorke, on Saturday last at nine of the clocke.
Strigel, Victorinus, 1524-1569. / [Anno Dom. 1595] A third proceeding in the harmonie of King Dauids harp that is to say, a godly and learned exposition vpon 17. Psalmes moe of the princely prophet Dauid, beginning with the 45. and ending with the 61. Psalme: done in Latine by the learned Reuerend Doctor Victorinus Strigelius, Professor of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Lypsia in Germanie, anno Christi, 1562. Translated into English, by Richard Robinson citizen of London. An. Christi, 1595. Seene, perused, and allowed.
Strigel, Victorinus, 1524-1569. / [1591] A proceeding in the harmonie of King Dauids harpe That is to say, an exposition of 13. psalmes of the princely prophet Dauid, from the 22. vnto the 35. psalme, being a portion of the psalmes expounded by the reuerend Doctor Victorinus Strigelius, professor in Diuinity in the Vniuersity of Lipsia in Germany. Translated out of Latin into English by Richard Robinson, citizen of London. Anno Christi 1591. Seene and allovved. ...
Strigel, Victorinus, 1524-1569. / [1582] Part of the harmony of King Dauids harp Conteining the first XXI. Psalmes of King Dauid. Briefly & learnedly expounded by the Reuerend D. Victorinus Strigelius Professor of Diuinitie in the Vniuersity of Lypsia in Germanie. Newly translated into English by Rich. Robinson. Briefe contentes of these 21. Psalmes. ...
Strigel, Victorinus, 1524-1569. / [1598] A fift proceeding in the harmony of King Dauids harpe That is to say, a godly and learned exposition of 5. other moe [sic] psalmes of the princely Prophet Dauid: beginning with the 68. and ending with the 72. psalme, being the last part of the first tome, or one halfe of the booke of psalmes. Written in Latin by the reuerend Doctor Victorinus Strigelius: professor of diuinity in the Vniuersity of Lipsia in Germanie. Anno. 1576. Translated into English by Richard Robinson citizen of London. 1594. Seene, and allowed.
Strigel, Victorinus, 1524-1569. / [1596] A fourth proceeding in the harmony of King Dauids harp That is to say; a godly and learned exposition of six psalmes moe of the princely prophet Dauid, beginning with the 62. and ending with the 67. Psalme. Done in Latin by the reuerend Doctour Victorinus Strigelius professor in Diuinitie in the vniuersitie of Lipsia in Germany Anno 1502. Translated into English by Richard Robinson citizen of London 1596. Seene, perused, and allowed. ...
Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. / [1660] A sermon preached at a visitation held at Lin in Norfolk, June the 24th anno 1633. Being an admonition to the clergy to remember and keep those severall oaths, promises, and subscriptions, which they solemnly have made at the taking of their degrees, their ordinations, and institutions to their benefices. By William Strode D.D.
Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. / [1644] A sermon concerning svvearing preached before the King's Maiesty in Christ-Church Oxon, May the 12, 1644 / by W. Strode ...
Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. / [1642] Master Strovvd his speech in Parliament on Tuesday the third of January in reply to the articles of high treason against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Master Pym, Sir Arthur Haselrigg, Master Hambden and Master Hollis exhibited by His Majestie wherein he cleareth himselfe concerning the same, 1642.
Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. / [1644] A sermon concerning death and the resurrection, preached in St. Maries, at Oxford, on Low Sunday, April the 28. 1644 before the committee of the members of the honourable House of Commons / by W. Strode ...
Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. / [1655] The floating island a tragi-comedy, acted before his Majesty at Oxford, Aug. 29. 1636. by the students of Christ-Church. / Written by William Strode, late orator of the University of Oxford. The aires and songs set by Mr. Henry Lavves, servant to his late Majesty in his publick and private musick.
Strong, Damaris. / [1655] Having seen a paper printed, reflecting on the person and labours of my dear husband Mr. William Strong; I was much amazed, especially it being supposed to have proceeded from men reputed godly: ...
Strong, James, 1618 or 19-1694. / [1658] Justice justified; or The judges commission opened: in two assize sermons, preached before the judges of assize. The first at Chard, on Prov. 14.34. March 12. the other at Tauton, on Rom. 13.4. Aug.3. 1657. By James Strong, Master of Arts, and minister of the Gospel at Illmister in Sommerset.
Strong, James, 1618 or 19-1694. / [1674] Joanereidos, or, Feminine valour eminently discovered in western women, at the seige of Lyme, as well by defying the merciless enemy at the face abroad, as by fighting against them in Garrison towns, sometimes carrying stones, anon tumbling of stones over the works on the enemy, when they have been scaling them, some carrying powder, other charging of pieces to ease the souldiers, constantly resolved for generality, not to think any ones life dear, to maintain that Christian quarrel for the long Parliament : whereby, as they deserve commendations in themselves so they are proposed as example unto others : with marginal notes on the work, and several copies of verses by a club of gentlemen on this authors year and half work / by James Strong ...
Strong, James, 1618 or 19-1694. / [1676] Balm in Gilead, or, A spur to repentance as it was lately delivered in a sermon by James Strong ...
Struther, William, 1578-1633. / [Anno. 1633] True happines, or, King Dauids choice begunne in sermons, and now digested into a treatise. By Mr. William Struther, preacher at Edinburgh.
Struther, William, 1578-1633. / [Anno Dom. 1628] Scotlands warning, or a treatise of fasting containing a declaration of the causes of the solemne fast, indyted to bee kept in all the Churches of Scotland, the third and fourth sundayes of this instant moneth of May Anno 1628.& the weeke dayes betwixt them, as they may be goodly keeped in Townes. Together with a direction how to proceed in the religious obseruation of any soleme fast. Written at the appointment of superiors by Mr. W. Struther, preacher of the Gospel at Edinburgh.
Struther, William, 1578-1633. / [1632] A looking glasse for princes and people Delivered in a sermon of thankesgiving for the birth of the hopefull Prince Charles. And since augmented with allegations and historicall remarkes. Together with a vindication of princes from Popish tyranny. By M. William Struther preacher at Edinburgh.
Struther, William, 1578-1633. / [1628] Christian observations and resolutions, or, The daylie practise of the renewed man, turning all occurrents to spirituall uses, and these uses to his vnion with God I. centurie : vvith a resolution for death, &c. / newlie published by Mr William Struther ...
Struys, Jan Janszoon, d. 1694. / [MDCLXXXIII. 1683] The perillous and most unhappy voyages of John Struys Through Italy, Greece, Lifeland, Muscovia, Tartary, Media, Persia, East-India, Japan, and other places in Europe, Africa and Asia. Containing, I. Most accurate remarks and observations of the distinct qualities, religion, politie, customs, laws and properties of the inhabitants: II. A due description of the several cities, towns, forts, and places of trust, as to their site and strength, fortifications by nature, or art, &c. with other things worthy of note: and, III. An exact memorial of the most disastrous calamities which befell the author in those parts (viz) by ship-wrack, robberies, slavery, hunger, tortures, with other incommodities and hardships. To which are added 2 narrativs sent from Capt. D. Butler, relating to the taking in of Astrachan by the Cosacs. Illustrated with divers curious plates, first designed and taken from the life by the author himself. Rendered out of Nether-dutch by John Morrison·
Strype, John, 1643-1737. / [1689] A sermon preached at the assizes at Hertford, Jvly viii, 1689 by John Strype ...
Strype, John, 1643-1737. / [1694] Memorials of the Most Reverend Father in God, Thomas Cranmer sometime Lord Archbishop of Canterbury wherein the history of the Church, and the reformation of it, during the primacy of the said archbishop, are greatly illustrated : and many singular matters relating thereunto : now first published in three books : collected chiefly from records, registers, authentick letters, and other original manuscripts / by John Strype ...
Strype, John, 1643-1737. / [MDCXCVIII 1698] The life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, Kt., doctor of the civil law principal secretary of state to King Edward the Sixth, and Queen Elizabeth : wherein are discovered many singular matters ... With an appendix, wherein are contained some works of his, never before published.
Strype, John, 1643-1737. / [1699] Lessons moral and Christian, for youth and old age in two sermons preach'd at Guildhall Chappel, London : chiefly intended for the use of this city / by John Stryp ...
Strype, John, 1643-1737. / [1696] David and Saul a sermon preached on the day of national thanksgiving for God's gracious deliverance of the King's Majesty from an assassination and the kingdom from a French invasion / by John Strype ...
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [Printed in the year 1670] A specimen of some animadversions upon a book entituled, Plus ultra, or, Modern improvements of useful knowledge writtten by Mr. Joseph Glanvill, a member of the Royal Society.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1659] A vindication of that prudent and honourable knight, Sir Henry Vane, from the lyes and calumnies of Mr. Richard Baxter, minister of Kidderminster. In a monitory letter to the said Mr. Baxter. By a true friend and servant of the Commonwealth of England, &c.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1680] The Rota, or, News from the common-wealths-mens club written by Henry Stubb.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1672] Rosemary & Bayes, or, Animadversions upon a treatise called, The rehearsall trans-prosed [sic] in a letter to a friend in the countrey.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1671] A reply unto the letter written to Mr. Henry Stubbe in defense of The history of the Royal Society whereunto is added a Preface against Ecebolius Glanville, and an answer to the letter of Dr. Henry More, containing a reply to the untruthes he hath publish'd, and a censure of the cabbalo-pythagorical philosophy, by him promoted.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1666] The miraculous conformist, or, An account of severall marvailous cures performed by the stroking of the hands of Mr. Valentine Greatarick with a physicall discourse thereupon ... / by Henry Stubbe.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1671] The Lord Bacons relation to the sweating-sickness examined, in a reply to George Thomson, pretender to physick and chymistry together with a defence of phlebotomy in general, and also particularly in the plague, small-pox, scurvey, and pleurisie, in opposition to the same author, and the author of Medela medicinæ, Doctor Whitaker, and Doctor Sydenham : also, a relation concerning the strange symptomes happening upon the bite of an adder, and, a reply by way of preface to the calumnies of Eccebolius Glanvile / by Henry Stubbe ...
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1659] A light shining out of darknes [sic], or, Occasional queries submitted to the judgment of such as would enquire into the true state of things in our times
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1660] A letter to an officer of the army concerning a select senate mentioned by them in their proposals to the late Parliament the necessity and prudentialness of such a senate is here asserted by reason and history : whereunto are added sundry positions about government, and an essay towards an secure settlement / by Henry Stubbe ...
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1670] Legends no histories, or, A specimen of some animadversions upon The history of the Royal Society wherein, besides the several errors against common literature, sundry mistakes about the making of salt-petre and gun-powder are detected and rectified : whereunto are added two discourses, one of Pietro Sardi and another of Nicolas Tartaglia relating to that subject, translated out of Italian : with a brief account of those passages of the authors life ... : together with the Plus ultra of Mr. Joseph Glanvill reduced to a non-plus, &c. / by Henry Stubbe ...
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1672] A justification of the present war against the United Netherlands wherein the declaration of His Majesty is vindicated, and the war proved to be just, honourable and necessary, the dominion of the sea explained, and His Majesties rights thereunto asserted, the obligations of the Dutch to England, and their continual ingratitude : illustrated with sculptures : in answer to a Dutch treatise entituled, Considerations upon the present state of the United Netherlands / by an English man.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1662] The Indian nectar, or, A discourse concerning chocolata the nature of cacao-nut and the other ingredients of that composition is examined and stated according to the judgment and experience of the Indian and Spanish writers ... its effects as to its alimental and venereal quality as well as medicinal (especially in hypochondrial melancholy) are fully debated : together with a spagyrical analysis of the cacao-nut, performed by that excellent chymist Monsieur le Febure, chymist to His Majesty / by Henry Stubbe ... ; Thomas Gage, Survey of the West-Indies. chap. 15 ...
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [MDCLXXIII 1673] A further iustification of the present war against the United Netherlands illustrated with several sculptures / by Henry Stubbe.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1656] Illustrissimo, summæque spei juveni Henrico Vane Armigero, honoratissimi, & à me blurimùm observandi viri, Dni D.D. Henrici Vane de Raby, equitis aurati, filio primogenito ...
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [MDCLXXI 1671] An epistolary discourse concerning phlebotomy in opposition to G. Thomson pseudo-chymist, a pretended disciple of the Lord Verulam : wherein the nature of the blood, and the effects of blood-letting, are enquired into, and the practice thereof experimentally justified (according as it is used by judicious physicians) : [bracket] in the pest, and pestilential diseases, in the small pox, in the scurvey, in pleurisies, and in several other diseases / by Henry Stubbe ...
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1659] The common-vvealth of Israel, or A brief account of Mr. Prynne's anatomy of the good old cause. By H.S.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1657] Clamor, rixa, joci, mendacia, furta, cachini, or A severe enquiry into the late oneirocritica published by John Wallis, grammar-reader in Oxon
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [A.D. 1670] A censure upon certaine passages contained in the history of the Royal Society as being destructive to the established religion and Church of England
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676. / [1670] Campanella revived, or, An enquiry into the history of the Royal Society, whether the virtuosi there do not pursue the projects of Campanella for the reducing England unto Popery being the extract of a letter to a person of honour from H.S. with another letter to Sir N.N. relating the cause of the quarrel betwixt H.S. and the R.S. and an apology against some of their cavils : with a postscript concerning the quarrel depending betwixt H.S. and Dr. Merrett.
Stubbes, Henry, 1606?-1678. / [1675] A disswasive from conformity to the world as also God's severity against impenitent sinners : with a farewel sermon lately preached to a congregation in London / by Henry Stubs.
Stubbes, Henry, 1606?-1678. / [1677] Conscience the best friend upon earth: or, The happy effects of keeping a good conscience Very useful for this age. By Henry Stubbes, Minister of the Gospel.
Stubbes, John, 1543-1591. / [Mense Augusti. Anno. 1579] The discouerie of a gaping gulf vvhereinto England is like to be swallovved by another French mariage, if the Lord forbid not the banes, by letting her Maiestie see the sin and punishment thereof
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1581] Two wunderfull and rare examples, of the vndeferred and present approching iudgement of the Lord our God the one vpon a wicked and pernitious blasphemer of the name of God, and seruaunt to one Maister Frauncis Pennell, gentleman, dwelling at Boothbie in Lincolnshire, three myles from Grantham : the other vpon a vvoman, named Ioane Bowser, dwelling at Donnington, in Leicestershire, to whome the deuill verie straungely appeared, as in the discourse following, you may reade, in Iune last 1581 / vvritten by Phillip Stubbes.
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1585] The theater of the Popes monarchie wherein is described as well the vncleane liues of that wicked generation, as also their Antichristian gouernment, and vsurped kingdome : togeather with their horrible superstition, and blasphemous religion, as it is now vsed at this present, where Antichrist the Pope & his members do beare rule / by Phillip Stubbes.
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1583] The second part of the anatomie of abuses conteining the display of corruptions, with a perfect description of such imperfections, blemishes and abuses, as now reigning in euerie degree, require reformation for feare of Gods vengeance to be powred vpon the people and countrie, without speedie repentance, and conuersion vnto God: made dialogwise by Phillip Stubbes.
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1592] A perfect pathway to felicitie conteining godly meditations and praiers, fit for all times, and necessarie to be practized of all good Christians.
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1593] A motiue to good workes Or rather, to true Christianitie indeede. Wherein by the waie is shewed, how farre wee are behinde, not onely our fore-fathers in good workes, but also many other creatures in the endes of our creation: with the difference betwixt the pretenced [sic] good workes of the Antichristian Papist, and the good workes of the Christian Protestant. By Phillip Stubbes, Gentleman.
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1585] The intended treason, of Doctor Parrie: and his complices, against the Queenes moste excellent Maiestie With a letter sent from the Pope to the same effect.
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1592] A christal glasse for christian vvomen containing, a most excellent discourse, of the godly life and Christian death of Mistresse Katherine Stubs, who departed this life in Burton vpon Trent, in Staffordshire the 14. day of December. 1590. With a most heauenly confession of the Christian faith, which shee made a little before her departure: as also a wonderfull combate betwixt Sathan and her soule: worthie to be imprinted in letters of golde, and are to be engrauen in the tables of euery Christian heart. Set downe word for word, as she spake it, as neere as could be gathered: by Phillip Stubbes Gent.
Stubbes, Phillip. / [1. Maij. 1583] The anatomie of abuses contayning a discouerie, or briefe summarie of such notable vices and imperfections, as now raigne in many Christian countreyes of the worlde: but (especiallie) in a verie famous ilande called Ailgna: together, with most fearefull examples of Gods iudgementes, executed vpon the wicked for the same, aswell in Ailgna of late, as in other places, elsewhere. Verie godly, to be read of all true Christians, euerie where: but most needefull, to be regarded in Englande. Made dialogue-wise, by Phillip Stubbes. Seene and allowed, according to order.
Stucley, Lewis, Sir, d. 1620. / [Anno 1618] To the Kings most excellent Maiestie. The humble petition and information of Sir Lewis Stucley, Knight, Vice-admirall of Deuon, touching his owne behauiour in the charge committed vnto him, for the bringing vp of Sir Walter Raleigh, and the scandalous aspersions cast vpon him for the same
Student in Cambridge. / [1579] A poore knight his pallace of priuate pleasures Gallantly garnished, with goodly galleries of strang inuentio[n]s and prudently polished, with sundry pleasant posies, [et] other fine fancies of dainty deuices, and rare delightes. Written by a student in Ca[m]bridge. And published by I.C. Gent.
Student in the said art. / [1682] The whole work of love, or, A new poem, on a young lady, who is violently in love with a gentleman of Lincolns-Inn by a student in the said art.
Studley, Christopher. / [1585] Treason pretended against the King of Scots by certaine lordes and gentlemen, whose names hereafter followe. With a declaration of the Kinges Maiesties intention to his last acts of Parliament: which openeth fully in effect of all the saide conspiracy. Out of Skottish into English.
Sturgion, John. / [1661] A plea for tolleration of opinions and perswasions in matters of religion, differing from the Church of England. Grounded upon good authority of Scripture, and the practice of the primitive times. Shewing the unreasonablenesse of prescribing to other mens faith, and the evil of persecuting differing opinions. / Humbly presented to the kings most excellent majesty, by John Sturgion, a member of the Baptized People.
Sturm, Johannes, 1507-1589. / [Anno. M.D.XXXVIII. 1538] The epistle that Iohan Sturmius, a man of great lerninge and iugement, sent to the Cardynalles and prelates that were chosen and appointed by the Bysshop of Rome, to serche out the abuses of the churche. Translated into englysshe by Rychard Morysine.
Styward, Thomas. / [1582] 1582. Ianuarij decimus. The pathwaie to martiall discipline Now newly imprinted, and deuided into three bookes. Wherevnto is added the order and vse of the Spaniards in their martiall affaires: which copie was lately found in the fort in Ireland, where the Spaniards and Italians had fortified themselues. The first booke: entreateth of the offices from the highest to the lowest, with the lawes of the field, arming, mustering, and training of souldiers. The second boore [sic]: entreateth of sundrie proportions and training of caleeuers, and how to bring bowes to a great perfection of seruice: also how to march with a campe royall: with diuers tables annexed for the present making of your battells, as otherwise to know how many paces they require in their march & battels from 500. to 10000. The third booke: comprehendeth the very right order of the Spaniards, how to traine, march, and encampe, with diuers tables therein contained.