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Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. / [1583] A very fruitfull exposition of the Commaundements by way of questions and answeres for greater plainnesse together with an application of euery one to the soule and conscience of man, profitable for all, and especially for them that (beeing not otherwise furnished) are yet desirous both to see themselues, and to deliuer to others some larger speech of euery point that is but briefly named in the shorter catechismes. By Geruase Babington.
Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. / [1591] A sermon preached at the Court at Greenewich the XXIIII. of May, 1591. By Geruase Babington Doctor of Diuinitie
Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. / [1591] A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the second Sunday in Mychaelmas tearme last. 1590. By Geruase Babington D. of Diuinitie. Not printed before this 23. of August. 1591
Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. / [1588] A profitable exposition of the Lords prayer, by way of questions and answers for most playnnes together with many fruitfull applications to the life and soule, aswell for the terror of the dull and dead, as for the sweet comfort of the tender harted. By Geruase Babington. With a table of the principall matters conteyned in this booke.
Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. / [Anno Dom. 1604] Comfortable notes vpon the bookes of Exodus and Leuiticus, as before vpon Genesis Gathered and laid downe still in this plaine manner, for the good of them that cannot vse better helpes, and yet are carefull to read the Scriptures, and verie desirous to finde the comfort in them. By the Reuerend Father in God Geruase Babington ... With a table of the principall matters contained in this booke.
Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. / [1592] Certaine plaine, briefe, and comfortable notes vpon euerie chapter of Genesis Gathered and laid downe for the good of them that are not able to vse better helpes, and yet carefull to read the worde, and right heartilie desirous to taste the sweete of it. By the Reuerend Father Geruase Babington, Bishop of Landaph.
Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. / [1584] A briefe conference betwixt mans frailtie and faith wherein is declared the true vse, and comfort of those blessings pronounced by Christ in the fifth of Matthew, that euery Christian man and woman ought to make and take hold of in their seuerall tentations and conflicts: laide downe in this plaine order of dialogue, to helpe, if it please God, the conceit and feeling of the simplest. By Geruase Babington.
Babington, Zachary. / [1677] Advice to grand jurors in cases of blood asserting from law and reason that at the King's suit in all cases (where a person by law is to be indicted for killing of another person) that the indictment ought to be drawn for murther, and that the grand jury ought to find it murther, where their evidence is that the party intended to be indicted had his hands in blood, and did kill the other person / by Zachary Babington, Gent.
Bache, Humphrey. / [1659] A few words in true love written to the old long sitting Parliament who are yet left alive, and do sit there now in the Parliament House at Westminster
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1619] The vvisedome of the ancients, written in Latine by the Right Honourable Sir Francis Bacon Knight, Baron of Verulam, and Lord Chancelor or England. Done into English by Sir Arthur Gorges Knight
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1670] The union of the two kingdoms of Scotland and England, or, The elaborate papers of Sir Francis Bacon ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1605] The tvvoo bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the proficience and aduancement of learning, diuine and humane To the King.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1662] True peace, or, A moderate discourse to compose the unsettled consciences and greatest differences in ecclesiastical affaires written long since by the no less famous then learned Sir Francis Bacon ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1651] A true and historical relation of the poysoning of Sir Thomas Overbury with the severall arraignments and speeches of those that were executed thereupon : also, all the passages concerning the divorce between Robert, late Earle of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard : with King James's and other large speeches / collected out of the papers of Sir Francis Bacon ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1625] The translation of certaine psalmes into English verse by the Right Honourable, Francis Lo. Verulam, Viscount St. Alban.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1641] Three speeches of the Right Honorable, Sir Francis Bacon Knight, then his Majesties Sollicitor Generall, after Lord Verulam, Viscount Saint Alban. Concerning the post-nati naturalization of the Scotch in England union of the lawes of the kingdomes of England and Scotland. Published by the authors copy, and licensed by authority.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1626 i.e. 1627] Sylua syluarum: or A naturall historie In ten centuries. VVritten by the Right Honourable Francis Lo. Verulam Viscount St. Alban. Published after the authors death, by VVilliam Rawley Doctor of Diuinitie, late his Lordships chaplaine.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1604] Sir Francis Bacon his apologie, in certaine imputations concerning the late Earle of Essex VVritten to the right Honorable his very good Lord, the Earle of Deuonshire, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1657] Resuscitatio, or, Bringing into publick light severall pieces of the works, civil, historical, philosophical, & theological, hitherto sleeping, of the Right Honourable Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount Saint Alban according to the best corrected coppies : together with His Lordships life / by William Rawley ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1648] The remaines of the Right Honorable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount of St. Albanes, sometimes Lord Chancellour of England being essayes and severall letters to severall great personages, and other pieces of various and high concernment not heretofore published : a table whereof for the readers more ease is adjoyned.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1670] A preparatory to the history natural & experimental written originally in Latine, by the Right Honourable Francis, Lord Verulam, Lord High Chancellour of England ; and now faithfully rendred into English, by a well-wisher to his Lordships writings.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1676] The novum organum of Sir Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Albans epitomiz'd, for a clearer understanding of his natural history / translated and taken out of the Latine by M.D.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1658?] New Atlantis a work unfinished / written by the Right Honourable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1599] A letter vvritten out of England to an English gentleman remaining at Padua containing a true report of a strange conspiracie, contriued betweene Edward Squire, lately executed for the same treason as actor, and Richard Walpoole a Iesuite, as deuiser and suborner against the person of the Queenes Maiestie.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1671] The natural and experimental history of winds &c. written in Latine by the Right Honourable Francis Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban ; translated into English by R.G., gent.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1661] A letter of advice written by Sr. Francis Bacon to the Duke of Buckingham, when he became favourite to King James
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1642] The learned reading of Sir Francis Bacon, one of Her Majesties learned counsell at law, upon the statute of uses being his double reading to the honourable society of Grayes Inne ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1676] The history of the reigns of Henry the Seventh, Henry the Eighth, Edward the Sixth, and Queen Mary the first written by the Right Honourable Francis Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban ; the other three by the Right Honourable and Right Reverend Father in God, Francis Godwyn, Lord Bishop of Hereford.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1629] The historie of the reigne of King Henry the Seuenth VVritten by the Right Hon: Francis Lo: Virulam, Viscount S. Alban. Whereunto is now added a very vsefull and necessary table.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1638] The historie of life and death With observations naturall and experimentall for the prolonging of life. Written by the Right Honorable Francis Lord Verulam, Viscount S. Alban.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1638] Historie naturall and experimentall, of life and death. Or of the prolongation of life. Written in Latine by the Right Honorable Francis Lo. Verulam, Vis-count St. Alban
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1651] The felicity of Queen Elizabeth: and her times, with other things; by the Right Honorable Francis Ld Bacon Viscount St Alban.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1696] The essays, or councils, civil and moral, of Sir Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban with a table of the colours of good and evil, and a discourse of The wisdom of the ancients : to this edition is added The character of Queen Elizabeth, never before printed in English.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1597] Essayes Religious meditations. Places of perswasion and disswasion. Seene and allowed.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1642] An essay of a king with an explanation what manner of persons those should be that are to execute the power or ordinance of the kings prerogative / written by the Right Honorable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount Saint Alban.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [Anno 1601] A declaration of the practises & treasons attempted and committed by Robert late Earle of Essex and his complices, against her Maiestie and her kingdoms and of the proceedings as well at the arraignments & conuictions of the said late Earle, and his adherents, as after: together with the very confessions and other parts of the euidences themselues, word for word taken out of the originals.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1641] A confession of faith penned by an orthodox man of the reformed religion ; dedicated to some eminent persons now assembled in Parliament.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1674] A collection of apophthegms, new and old by Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulum, Viscount St. Alban.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1614] The charge of Sir Francis Bacon Knight, his Maiesties Attourney generall, touching duells vpon an information in the Star-chamber against Priest and Wright. With the decree of the Star-chamber in the same cause.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1662] A charge given by the most eminent and learned Sr. Francis Bacon, Kt., late Lord Chancellor of England, at a sessions holden for the verge, in the reign of the late King James declaring the latitude of the jurisdiction thereof, and the offences therein inquireable, as well by the common-law, as by several statutes herein particularly mentioned.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [after 1620] Certaine considerations touching the better pacification, and edification of the Church of England dedicated to His most excellent Maiestie.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1670] Certain miscellany works of the Right Honourable Francis Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban published by VVilliam Ravvley ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1603] A briefe discourse, touching the happie vnion of the kingdomes of England, and Scotland Dedicated in priuate to his Maiestie.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1641] Cases of treason written by Sir Francis Bacon, Knight ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1686?] Bibliotheca Baconia, or, A collection of choice English books all in folio, curiously bound, gilt, and lettered on the back, consisting of various subjects but chiefly history, formerly belonging to Mr. Francis Bacon, lately deceased, will be exposed to sale ... on Wednesday next being the 19th of May, 1686 ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1625] Apophthegmes new and old. Collected by the Right Honourable, Francis Lo. Verulam, Viscount St. Alban
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. / [1679] Baconiana, or, Certain genuine remains of Sr. Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, and Viscount of St. Albans in arguments civil and moral, natural, medical, theological, and bibliographical now for the first time faithfully published ...
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660. / [1649] A relation of the fearful estate of Francis Spira, in the year 1548 compiled by Natth. Bacon, Esq.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660. / [1638] A relation of the fearefull estate of Francis Spira in the yeare, 1548.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660. / [1646] An ordinance presented to the Honorable House of Commons, by Mr. Bacon, a lawyer in Suffolk, and Mr Taet, both of them members of the same house, and by their means was twice read, and referred to a committee For the preventing of the growing and spreading of heresies.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660. / [1689] An historical and political discourse of the laws & government of England from the first times to the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth : with a vindication of the ancient way of parliaments in England : collected from some manuscript notes of John Selden, Esq. / by Nathaniel Bacon ..., Esquire.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660. / [1651] The continuation of An historicall discourse of the government of England, untill the end of the reigne of Queene Elizabeth with a preface, being a vindication of the ancient way of parliaments in England / by Nath. Bacon of Grais-Inne, Esquire.
Bacon, Nicholas, Sir, 1509-1579. / [1641] Arguments exhibited in Parliament by Sir Nicholas Bacon, Lord Keeper of the Great Seale of England ; whereby it is proved that the persons of noble men are attachable by law for contempts by them committed in the Right Honorable Court of Chancery for disobeying the decrees of that court.
Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294. / [1597] The mirror of alchimy, composed by the thrice-famous and learned fryer, Roger Bachon, sometimes fellow of Martin Colledge: and afterwards of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxenforde. Also a most excellent and learned discourse of the admirable force and efficacie of art and nature, written by the same author. With certaine other treatises of the like argument
Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294. / [c1550.] This boke doth create all of the beste waters artyfycialles and the vertues and properties of the same, moche profytable for the poore sycke, set forth, by syr Roger Becon Freere.
Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294. / [1659] Frier Bacon his discovery of the miracles of art, nature, and magick faithfully translated out of Dr. Dees own copy by T.M. and never before in English.
Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294. / [1683] The cure of old age and preservation of youth by Roger Bacon... ; translated out of Latin, with annotations and an account of his life and writings / by Richard Browne. Also, a physical account of the tree of life / by Edw. Madeira Arrais ; translated likewise out of Latin by the same hand.
Bacon, William. / [1682] A key to Helmont, or, A short introduction to the better understanding of the theory and method of the most profound chymical physicians
Badger, John, fl. 1693. / [1693.] The case between Doctor John Badger and the College of Physicians in London who in July, August and September in the year 1683 presented himself to the president and censors to be examined ...
Bagaley, Humphrey. / [1654] To the Parliament of the commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, assembled at Westminster the humble petition of Humphrey Bagaley.
Bagshaw, Christopher, d. 1625? / [1601] A true relation of the faction begun at VVisbich by Fa. Edmonds, alias VVeston, a Iesuite, 1595. and continued since by Fa. Walley, alias Garnet, the prouincall of the Iesuits in England, and by Fa. Parsons in Rome, with their adherents: against vs the secular priests their bretheren and fellow prisoners, that disliked of nouelties, and thought it dishonourable to the auncient ecclesiasticall discipline of the Catholike Church, that secular priests should be gouerned by Iesuits.
Bagshaw, Christopher, d. 1625? / [1601] A sparing discouerie of our English Iesuits, and of Fa. Parsons proceedings vnder pretence of promoting the Catholike faith in England for a caueat to all true Catholiks our very louing brethren and friends, how they embrace such very vncatholike, though Iesuiticall deseignments.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1663/4 i.e. 1664] A Letter writ to Sir John Robinson, Lieutenant of the Tower, By Edward Bagshvve [sic], close-prisoner there.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1671] A defence of The antidote against Mr. Baxter's palliated cure of church divisions wherein Mr. Baxter's contradictions and inconsistences ... are clearly discovered, and the great question about conformity briefly stated in a letter to Mr. Richard Baxter / by Edward Bagshaw.
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1664] [The case & usage of Mr. Edw. Bagshaw, drawn up by himself, the night before he was to have been sent away, being March 10. 1663/4. With an account of his examination before the King.]
Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. / [1670] An antidote against Mr. Baxters palliated cure of church divisions, or, An account of several weighty and just exceptions against that book
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1642] A speech made by Master Bagshawe in Parliament concerning the triall of the twelve bishops on Munday the seventeenth of January, anno 1641 : as also the articles now in agitation objected against them.
Bagshaw, Edward, d. 1662. / [1660] A just vindication of the questioned part of the reading of Edward Bagshaw, Esq; an apprentice of the common law. Had in the Middle Temple Hall the 24th day of February, being Munday, anno Dom. 1639. upon the statute of 25 E.3. called, Statutum pro clero, from all scandalous aspersions whatsoever. With a true narrative of the cause of silencing the reader by the then Archbishop of Canterbury: with the arguments at large of those points in his reading, for which he was questioned at the Council-Board.
Bailey, Abraham, fl. 1667. / [1667] The spightful sister a new comedy / written by Abraham Bailey.
Baillet, Adrien, 1649-1706. / [1693] The life of Monsieur Des Cartes containing the history of his philosophy and works : as also the most remarkable things that befell him during the whole course of his life / translated from the French by S.R.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [in the yeare of Grace. 1643] The life of William now Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, examined. Wherein his principall actions, or deviations in matters of doctrine and discipline (since he came to that sea of Canturbury) are traced, and set downe, as they were taken from good hands, by Mr. Robert Bayley, a learned pastor of the Kirk of Scotland, and one of the late commissioners sent from that Nation. Very fitting for all judicious men to reade, and examine, that they may be the better able to censure him for those thing [sic] wherein he hath done amisse. Reade and judge.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1645] A dissuasive from the errours of the time wherein the tenets of the principall sects, especially of the Independents, are drawn together in one map, for the most part in the words of their own authours, and their maine principles are examined by the touch-stone of the Holy Scriptures / by Robert Baylie ...
Baillie, Robert, d. 1684. / [1685] The tryal and process of high-treason and doom of forfaulture against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood traitor ...
Baillie, Robert, d. 1684. / [1684] A brief account of the indictment, tryal, conviction and execution of Mr. Robert Bailzie of Jeresswood upon the 22th, 23th and 24th of December 1684 : at His Majesties capital city of Edinburgh in his ancient kingdom of Scotland : where the said Mr. Robert Bailzie was hanged and afterwards quartered for high treason.
Bainbridge, John, 1582-1643. / [1618] An astronomicall description of the late comet from the 18. of Nouemb. 1618. to the 16. of December following. With certaine morall progosticks or applications drawne from the comets motion and irradiation amongst the celestiall hierglyphicks. By vigilant and diligent obseruations of Iohn Bainbridge Doctor of Physicke, and louer of the mathematicks.
Bainbrigg, Thomas, 1636-1703. / [1689/90 i.e. 1690] Seasonable reflections on a late pamphlet entituled A history of passive obedience since the Reformation wherein the true notion of passive obedience is settled and secured from the malicious interpretations of ill-designing men.
Bairdy, John. / [1681] Balm from Gilead, or, The differences about the indulgence stated and impleaded in a sober and serious letter to ministers and Christians in Scotland / by an healing hand.
Baiteman, George. / [1653] An answer to (vindicate the cause of the nick-named Quakers of such scandalls and untruths as is falsly cast upon them in a lying pamphlet, otherwise called) A discourse concerning the Quakers set out by T.L., or, as I understand the signification of the letters, Tho.? Ledger / by Geo. Baiteman.
Baker, Colonel. / [1660] The blazing-star, or, Nolls nose newly revived, and taken out of his tomb ... by Collonel Baker.
Baker, Daniel, 1653 or 4-1723. / [1697] Poems upon several occasions by Daniel Baker ...
Baker, Humfrey, fl. 1557-1587. / [M.D.LXVIII. 1568] The vvell spryng of sciences whiche teacheth the perfecte woorke and practise of arithmeticke, bothe in whole nombers and fractions, with suche easie and compendious instruction into the said arte, as hath not heretofore been by any sette out nor laboured. Beautified with moste necessary rules and questions, not onely profitable for marchauntes, but also for all artificers, as in the table doeth partlie appere: set forthe by Humfrey Baker citezeine of Lo[n]don.
Baker, John, Bookseller. / [1680] Advertisement to booksellers. Whereas the Four Oxford Cullies ...
Baker, John, minister. / [1581] Lectures of I.B. vpon the xii. Articles of our Christian faith briefely set forth for the comfort of the godly, and the better instruction of the simple and ignorant. Also hereunto is annexed a briefe and cleare confession of the Christian faith, conteining an hundreth articles, according to the order of the Creede of the Apostles. Written by that learned [and] godly martyr I.H. sometime Bishop of Glocester in his life time.
Baker, Richard, d. 1697. / [1699] A testimony to the power of God being greater than the power of Satan contrary to all those who hold no perfection here, no freedom from sin on this side of the grave / which doleful doctrine is here testified against by Richard Baker.
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1662] Theatrum redivivum, or, The theatre vindicated by Sir Richard Baker, in answer to Mr. Pryn's Histrio-mastix ...
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1638] Meditations and disquisitions upon the one and fiftieth Psalme of Dauid Miserere mei Deus. By Sr. Richard Baker, Knight.
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1636] Meditations and disquisitions upon the Lords prayer. By Sr. Richard Baker, Knight
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1638] Meditations and disquisitions upon the first Psalme of Dauid Blessed is the man. By Sr. Richard Baker, Knight.
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1643] A chronicle of the Kings of England, from the time of the Romans goverment [sic] unto the raigne of our soveraigne lord, King Charles containing all passages of state or church, with all other observations proper for a chronicle / faithfully collected out of authours ancient and moderne, & digested into a new method ; by Sr. R. Baker, Knight.
Baker, Richard, Sir, 1568-1645. / [1641] An apologie for lay-mens writing in divinity with a short meditation upon the fall of Lucifer / written by Sr. Richard Baker, Knight.
Baker, Robert, Chirurgeon. / [1697] Cursus osteologicus being a compleat doctrine of the bones according to the newest and most refin'd notions of anatomy : shewing their nature, substance, composition, manner of ossification, nourishment, &c. ... : to which is annex'd by way of appendix, an excellent method of whitening, cleansing, preparing, and uniting the bones, to form a movable skeleton ... / by Robert Baker, Chirurgeon.
Baker, Thomas, 1624 or 5-1690. / [1657] The unspotted high-court of justice erected and discovered in three sermons preached in London and other places by Thomas Baker.
Baker, Thomas, 1652 or 3-1702. / [1681] The head of Nile, or, The turnings and windings of the factious since sixty in a dialogue between Whigg and Barnaby.
Baker, Thomas, 1656-1740. / [1700] Reflections upon learning wherein is shewn the insufficiency thereof, in its several particulars, in order to evince the usefulness and necessity of revelation / by a gentleman.
Baker, Thomas, of the First-fruits office. / [1655] Whereas a printed paper was lately put forth in the names of some of the trustees for ministers maintenance wherein amongst other things they take upon them without warrant to discharge all incumbents from whom any first-fruits are due, from paying the same unto Mr. Thomas Baker at the First-fruits Office in the Strand in the county of Middlesex, ...
Baker, Thomas, Rector of St. Mary the More. / [1656] The wicked mans plot defeated, or, The wicked man laughed out of countenance as it was represented in a sermon preached in St. Mary Wool-Church, London, May 11, 1656, by Thomas Baker.
Balbani, Niccolo, d. 1587. / [1608] Newes from Italy of a second Moses or, the life of Galeacius Caracciolus the noble Marquesse of Vico Containing the story of his admirable conuersion from popery, and his forsaking of a rich marquessedome for the Gospels sake. Written first in Italian, thence translated into latin by reuerend Beza, and for the benefit of our people put into English: and now published by W. Crashavv ...
Balcanquhall, Walter, 1586?-1645. / [1623] A sermon preached at St. Maries Spittle on Munday in Easter weeke the fourteenth day of Aprill, anno Dom. 1623. By Walter Bancanqual ...
Balcanquhall, Walter, 1586?-1645. / [anno Dom. M.DC.XXXIX. 1639] A large declaration concerning the late tumults in Scotland, from their first originalls together with a particular deduction of the seditious practices of the prime leaders of the Covenanters: collected out of their owne foule acts and writings: by which it doth plainly appeare, that religion was onely pretended by those leaders, but nothing lesse intended by them. By the King.
Balcanquhall, Walter, 1586?-1645. / [1633] The honour of Christian churches and the necessitie of frequenting of divine service and publike prayers in them. Delivered in a sermon at VVite-Hall before the Kings most excellent Majestie on the eight day of December last being Sunday, by Walter Bancanquall ...
Baldwin, William, ca. 1518-1563? / [1610] A royall elegie Briefly describing the vertuous reigne, and happy (though immature) death of the most mightie and renowmed prince, King Edvvard the sixth, King of England, France and Ireland, &c. Who died in the sixteenth yeere of his age, and in the seuenth yeere of his reigne. Written by Sir Iohn Cheke, Knight, anno 1553. Neuer before published, but most worthy to be read of all estates in these our dayes.
Baldwin, William, ca. 1518-1563? / [the .xx. daye of Ianuarie, in the yeare of oure Lorde. 1547] A treatise of morall phylosophie contaynyng the sayinges of the wyse. Gathered and Englyshed by Wyl[lia]m Baldwyn.
Baldwin, William, ca. 1518-1563? / [Anno. 1570] A maruelous hystory intitulede, beware the cat Conteyning diuers wounderfull and incredible matters. Very pleasant and mery to read.
Baldwin, William, ca. 1518-1563? / [Anno domini. 1560] The funeralles of King Edward the sixt VVherin are declared the causers and causes of his death.
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [ca. 1570] The image of both Churches after the most wonderfull and heauenly Reuelation of sainct Iohn the Euangelist, contayning a very fruitfull exposition or paraphrase vpon the same. Wherin it is conferred vvith the other scriptures, and most auctorised histories. Compyled by Iohn Bale an exyle also in thys lyfe, for the faithfull testimony of Iesu.
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [anno Domini. 1543. the. x. daye of Decembre] Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe A dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne, co[n]tayned in the late declaratyon of the Popes olde faythe made by Edmonde Boner bysshopp of London. wherby wyllyam Tolwyn was than newlye professed at paules crosse openlye into Antichristes Romyshe relygyon agayne by a newe solempne othe of obedyence, notwythsta[n]dynge the othe made to hys prynce afore to the contrarye. An alphabetycall dyrectorye or table also in the ende thereof ... Compyled by Iohan Harryson.
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [in Decembre, anno D. 1553] The vocacyon of Ioha[n] Bale to the bishiprick of Ossorie in Irela[n]de his persecucio[n]s in ye same, & finall delyueraunce ...
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1547?] [A tragedye or enterlude manyfestyng the chefe promyses of God unto man by all ages in the olde lawe from the fall of Adam to the incarnacyon of the lorde Iesus Christ. Compyled by Johan Bale ...]
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [Anno 1574] The pageant of popes contayninge the lyues of all the bishops of Rome, from the beginninge of them to the yeare of Grace 1555. Deuided into iii. sortes bishops, archbishops, and popes, vvhereof the two first are contayned in two bookes, and the third sort in fiue. In the vvhich is manifestlye shevved the beginning of Antichriste and increasing to his fulnesse, and also the vvayning of his povver againe, accordinge to the prophecye of Iohn in the Apocalips. ... Written in Latin by Maister Bale, and now Englished with sondrye additions by I.S.
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [The yere of our Lord, M,D,LXII, 1562, 6 November] A nevve comedy or enterlude, concernyng thre lawes of nature, Moises, and Christe, corrupted by the sodomytes, Pharysies, and papistes: compyled by Iohn Bale: and nowe newly imprynted.
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1545] A mysterye of inyquyte contayned within the heretycall genealogye of Ponce Pantolabus, is here both dysclosed & confuted by Iohan Bale. An, M.D.xlii. Marke in the capytall letters of this boke, the .A.B.C. with the name of the author
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1545?] [The image of bothe churches after reulacion of saynt Iohan the euangelyst]
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [M.D.&LJ 1551] The first two partes of the actes or vnchast examples of the Englysh votaryes gathered out of their owne legenades and chronycles by Johan Bale ...
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1552?] An expostulation or complaynte agaynste the blasphemyes of a franticke papyst of Hamshyre. Co[m]piled by Iohan Bale
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1544?] The epistle exhortatorye of an Englyshe Christyane vnto his derelye beloued co[n]treye of Englande against the pompouse popyshe bysshoppes therof, as yet the true members of theyr fylthye father the great Antichrist of Rome, Henry Stalbrydge.
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [Anno.M.D.XLIX 1549] A dialoge or communycacyon to be had at a table betwene two chyldren, gathered out of the holy scriptures, by Iohan Bale, for his .ij. yonge sonnes Iohan and Paule
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1538 i.e. 1548?] [A comedy concernynge thre lawes, of nature Moses, & Christ, corrupted by the sodomytes. Pharysees and Papystes Compyled by Iohan Bale. Anno M. D.XXXVIII.]
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1547?] A brefe comedy or enterlude concernynge the temptacyon of our lorde and sauer Iesus Christ, by Sathan in the desart. Compyled by Iohan Bale, Anno M. D. XXXVIII. Interlocutores. Iesus Christus, Angelus primus, Satan tentator, Angelus alter. Baleus Prolocutor
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [anno Domini. 1544. & vi. die Augusti] A brefe chronycle concernynge the examinacyon and death of the blessed martyr of Christ syr Iohan Oldecastell the lorde Cobham, collected togyther by Iohan Bale ...
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [1550?] The apology of Iohan Bale agaynste a ranke papyst anuswering both hym and hys doctours, that neyther their vowes nor yet their priesthode areof the Gospell, but of Antichrist. Anno Do. M.CCCCC.L. A brefe exposycyon also upo[n] the .xxx chaptre of Numerii, which was the first occasion of thys present varyaunce. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [in the yeare of our Lorde God. 1.5.4.6] The actes of Englysh votaryes comprehendynge their vnchast practyses and examples by all ages, from the worldes begynnynge to thys present yeare, collected out of their owne legendes and chronycles by Iohan Bale. ...
Bale, John, 1495-1563. / [ca. 1548] An answere to a papystycall exhortacyon pretendynge to auoyde false doctryne, vnder that colour to maynteyne the same.
Baley, Walter, 1529-1592. / [1616] Two treatises concerning the preseruation of eie-sight. The first written by Doctor Baily sometimes of Oxford: the other collected out of those two famous phisicions Fernelius and Riolanus
Baley, Walter, 1529-1592. / [1588] A short discourse of the three kindes of peppers in common vse and certaine special medicines made of the same, tending to the preseruation of health.
Baley, Walter, 1529-1592. / [1602] A briefe treatise touching the preservation of the eie sight consisting partly in good order of diet, and partly in vse of medicines.
Baley, Walter, 1529-1592. / [1585] A discourse of the medicine called mithridatium declaring the firste beginninge, the temperament, the noble vertues, and the true vse of the same: compiled rather for those which are to vse it, then for the learned.
Baley, Walter, 1529-1592. / [1587] A briefe discours of certain bathes or medicinall waters in the Countie of Warwicke neere vnto a village called Newnam Regis
Balfour, Andrew, Sir, 1630-1694. / [M.DCC 1700] Letters write [sic] to a friend by the learned and judicious Sir Andrew Balfour ... containing excellent directions and advices for travelling thro' France and Italy, with many curious and judicious remarks and observations made by himself, in his voyages thro' these countreys, published from the author's original m.s.
Balfour, William, Sir, d. 1660. / [Decem. 23 1642] Another happy victorie obtained by His Excellencie the Earle of Essex, Decemb. 21 with 7000 men consisting of five regiments of foot commanded by these worthies, viz. the Lord Rochford, the Lord Roberts, Sir Iohn Meldrum, Sir William Constable : together with 17 troopes of horse commanded by the Lord Fielding, Sr. Philip Stapleton and Sir William Balfore : against 9000 of the Kings army, who were comming from Oxford towards Wellingford and Reading to relieve the rest of their forces that lay thereabouts : declaring also how His Excellencie obtained the victory in slaying and taking prisoners two of His Maiesties foot regiments and putting to flight the greatest part of the horse, taking from them 5 piece of ordnance and store of ammunition.
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1644] A tryall of the nevv-church vvay in New-England and in old ... by that learned and godly minister of Christ, John Ball of Whitmore ; penned a little before his death and sent over to the New England ministers, anno 1637, as a reply to an answer of theirs in justification of the said positions ... ; now published ... by William Rathband and Simeon Ash.
Ball, John, 1585-1640. / [1640] A friendly triall of the grounds tending to separation in a plain and modest dispute touching the lawfulnesse of a stinted liturgie and set form of prayer, Communion in mixed assemblies, and the primitive subject and first receptacle of the power of the Keyes: tending to satisfie the doubtfull, recall the wandering, and to strengthen the weak: by John Ball.
Ball, Thomas. / [1697] Two books of elegies in imitation of the first books of Ovid de Tristibus, with part of the third to which is added verses upon several occasions with some translations out of the Latin and Greek poets / by Thomas Ball.
Ball, William. / [1651] A briefe treatise concerning the regulating of printing humbly presented to the Parliament of England / by William Ball, Esq.
Ball, William / [1642] Stationars and printers, a privilegial, not municipal companie or corporation, however their properties to bee individually conserved, humbly presented to the Honorable Committee for Examination, &c. / William Ball.
Ballard, George, writer of verse. / [1638] The history of Susanna Compiled according to the Prophet Daniel, amplified with convenient meditations; sung by the devoted honourer of the divine muses, George Ballard.
Ballista, Christopher. / [1577] The ouerthrovv of the gout written in Latin verse, by Doctor Christopher Balista
Balmerino, John Elphinstone, Baron, d. 1649. / [1641] The Lord Balmerino's speech in the High Court of Parliament in Scotland spoken Novem. 4, 1641 concerning the levying of an army against the papists in Ireland : describing their conspiracies which have a long time insulted and continued against these two kingdomes of England and Scotland.
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1600?] To the maior, aldermen, and inhabitants of N. That whiche heretofore I haue propounded to you (right worshipfull and beloued) in teaching, I do now publish to all men by printing, to wit, mine opinion of the vnlawfulnesse of games consisting in chance ...
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1603] A short dialogue concerning the plagues infection Published to preserue bloud, through the blessing of God.
Balmford, James, b. 1556. / [1623] A modest reply to certaine answeres, which Mr. Gataker B.D. in his treatise of the nature, & vse of lotts, giveth to arguments in a dialogue concerning the vnlawfulnes of games consisting in chance And aunsweres to his reasons allowing lusorious lotts, as not evill in themselves. By Iames Balmford, minister of Iesus Christ.
Balmford, Samuel, d. 1659? / [1623] The right way to goe to worke: or, a sermon seasonable and vsefull in these stirring times containing matter of direction in all actions, and presenting meanes of supportation vnder the weight either of publike or priuate, dangerous or difficult seruices and employments. Vpon Proverbs 16. 3.
Balnaves, Henry, Sir, d. 1579. / [1584] The confession of faith contending how the troubled man should seeke refuge at his God, thereto led by faith: with the declaratio[n] of the article of iustification at length. ... Compiled by M. Henry Balnaues of Halhill, & one of the Lords of session, and Counsell of Scotland, being as prisoner within the old pallaice of Roane: in the yeare of our Lord. 1548. Direct to his faithfull brethren, being in like trouble or more ...
Baltharpe, John. / [1671] The straights voyage, or, St. Davids poem being a description of the most remarkable passages that happened in her first expedition against the Turkes of Argeir, Sir John Harman, commander, Rere-Admiral of His Majesty's fleet, beginning May 1669, ending April 1671 / by John Baltharpe, belonging to the foresaid ship.
Baltimore, George Calvert, Baron, 1580?-1632. / [1642 1643] The answer to Tom-Tell-Troth the practise of princes and the lamentations of the kirke / written by the Lord Baltismore, late secretary of state.
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1595-1654. / [1654] Letters of Mounsieur de Balzac. Translated out of French into English. Now collected into one volume, with a methodicall table of all the letters. 1. 2. 3. and 4th parts. By Sr Richard Baker Knight, and others.
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. / [1652] The Roman the conversation of the Romans and Mæcenas, in three excellent discourses / written in French by Monsieur de Balsac ; translated into English.
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. / [1659] Aristippus, or, Monsr. de Balsac's masterpiece being a discourse concerning the court : with an exact table of the principall matter / Englished by R.W.
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. / [1638] Nevv epistles of Mounsieur de Balzac. Translated out of French into English, by Sr. Richard Baker Knight. Being the second and third volumes
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. / [MD.C.XXXIX. 1639] A collection of some modern epistles of Monsieur de Balzac. Carefully translated out of French. Being the fourth and last volume
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez, seigneur de, 1597-1654. / [1634] The letters of Mounsieur de Balzac. Translated into English, according to the last edition. By W.T. Esq
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1677] Sabbatikh ʻhmepa ʻhmepa ʻimepa, Septima dies, dies desiderabilis, sabbatum Jehovae the seventh-day-sabbath the desirable day, the closing completing day of that first created week, which was, is, and will be, the just measure of all succeeding weeks in their successive courses, both for working in the six foregoing days, and for rest in the seventh, which is the last day, by an unchangeable law of well-established order, both in the revealed word and in created nature. The second part / by Francis Bampfield.
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1683] The Lords free prisoner
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1672] The judgment of Mr. Francis Bampfield late minister of Sherborne in Dorsetshire for the observation of the Jewish, or seventh day Sabboth with his reasons and Scriptures for the same, sent in a letter to Mr. Ben of Dorchester : together with Mr. Ben's sober answer to the same and a vindication of the Christian Sabboth against the Jewish : published for the satisfaction of divers friends in the west of England.
Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. / [1677] All in one, all useful sciences and profitable arts in one book of Jehovah Aelohim, copied out and commented upon in created beings, comprehended and discovered in the fulness and perfection of scr[i]pture-knowledges / by Francis Bampfield ...
Bampfield, Joseph, fl. 1639-1685. / [1685] Colonel Joseph Bamfield's Apologie written by himself and printed at his desire.
Banchieri, Adriano, d. 1634. / [1595] The noblenesse of the asse A worke rare, learned, and excellent. By A.B.
Banckes, Matthew. / [1682] Reflections upon two scurrilous libels, called Speculum crape-gownorum by a lay-man.
Bancroft, John, d. 1696. / [1691] King Edward the Third, with the fall of Mortimer, Earl of March an historicall play, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royall by Their Majesties servants.
Bancroft, John, d. 1696. / [1679] The tragedy of Sertorius acted at the Theatre-Royal by Their Majesties servants / by John Bancroft, Gent.
Bancroft, Richard, 1544-1610. / [1593] A suruay of the pretended holy discipline. Contayning the beginninges, successe, parts, proceedings, authority, and doctrine of it: with some of the manifold, and materiall repugnances, varieties and vncertaineties, in that behalfe
Bancroft, Richard, 1544-1610. / [1588] A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the 9. of Februarie being the first Sunday in the Parleament, Anno. 1588. by Richard Bancroft D. of Divinitie, and chaplaine to the right honorable Sir Christopher Hatson Knight L. chancelor of England. Wherein some things are now added, which then were omitted, either through want of time, or default in memorie.
Bancroft, Richard, 1544-1610. / [1593] Daungerous positions and proceedings published and practised within the iland of Brytaine, vnder pretence of reformation, and for the presbiteriall discipline.
Bancroft, Thomas, fl. 1633-1658. / [1639] Tvvo bookes of epigrammes, and epitaphs Dedicated to two top-branches of gentry: Sir Charles Shirley, Baronet, and William Davenport, Esquire. Written by Thomas Bancroft.
Bancroft, Thomas, fl. 1633-1658. / [1658] Time's out of tune, plaid upon however in XX satyres / by Thomas Bancroft.
Bancroft, Thomas, fl. 1633-1658. / [1658] The heroical lover, or, Antheon and Fidelta a poem / written by Thomas Bancroft.
Bancroft, Thomas, fl. 1633-1658. / [1633] The gluttons feauer. VVritten by Thomas Bancroft
Bandello, Matteo, 1485-1561. / [1577] Straunge, lamentable, and tragicall hystories translated out of French into Englishe by R.S.
Bandello, Matteo, 1485-1561. / [Anno Domini. 1567] Certaine tragicall discourses written out of Frenche and Latin, by Geffraie Fenton, no lesse profitable then pleasaunt, and of like necessitye to al degrees that take pleasure in antiquityes or forreine reapportes
Banister, John, 1540-1610. / [Anno. 1575] A needefull, new, and necessarie treatise of chyrurgerie briefly comprehending the generall and particuler curation of vlcers, drawen foorth of sundrie worthy wryters, but especially of Antonius Calmeteus Vergesatus, and Ioannes Tagaltius, by Iohn Banister ... Hereunto is anexed certaine experiments of mine ovvne inuention, truely tried, and daily of me practised.
Banister, John, 1540-1610. / [Anno. 1578. Cum gratia & priuilegio Regiæ Majestatis] The historie of man sucked from the sappe of the most approued anathomistes, in this present age, compiled in most compendious fourme, and now published in English, for the vtilitie of all godly chirurgians, within this realme, by Iohn Banister, Master in Chirurgerie, and practitioner in phisicke.
Banister, John, 1540-1610. / [1589] An antidotarie chyrurgicall containing great varietie and choice of all sorts of medicines that commonly fal into the chyrurgions vse: partlie taken out of authors, olde and new, printed or written: partlie obtained by free gifte of sundrie worthie men of this profession within this land. By Iohn Banester master of chirurgerie.
Bank of England. / [1697?] Rules, orders, and by-laws, for the good government of the corporation of the governor and company of the Bank of England
Bank of England. / [1695] An abstract of the charter to the governour and company of the Bank of England
Banks, John, 1637-1710. / [1698] A general epistle to the flock of God, but more particularly in Cumberland
Banks, John, 1637-1710. / [1693] An epistle to Friends shewing the great difference between a convinced estate and a converted estate, and between the profession of the truth, and the possession thereof : with the comfort and sweetness to the soul it affordeth : with a few words of good counsel and wholesome advice both to parents and their children / by one that travails for Sion's prosperity, known by the name of John Banks.
Banks, John, 1637-1710. / [1684] The blessed effects of true and saving faith with good counsel, vvholsome advice, and also encouragement to all Friends every where, that suffer for truth and righteousness sake / given forth by a servant of the Lord ... John Banckes.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1682] Vertue betray'd, or, Anna Bullen a tragedy : acted at His Royal Highness, the Duke's Theatre / written by John Banks.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1682] The unhappy favourite, or, The Earl of Essex a tragedy : acted at the Theatre Royal by Their Majesty's servants / written by John Bankes.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1677] The rival kings, or, The loves of Oroondates and Statira a tragædy, acted at the Theatre-Royal / written by Mr. Bankes.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1684] The island queens, or, The death of Mary, Queen of Scotland a tragedy : publish'd only in defence of the author and the play, against some mistaken censures, occasion'd by its being prohibited the stage / by Jo. Banks.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1694] The innocent usurper, or, The death of the Lady Jane Gray a tragedy / written by J.B.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1679] The destruction of Troy a tragedy, acted at His Royal Highness, the Duke's Theatre / written by John Bankes.
Banks, John, d. 1706. / [1696] Cyrus the Great, or, The tragedy of love as it is acted at the theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, by His Majesty's servants / written by John Banks.
Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516. / [1551?] A lamentable complaynte of Baptista Ma[n]tuanus, an Italysh poete wherin he famylyarly co[m]moneth wyth hys owne mynde, that deathe is not to be feared. Paraphrastically translated into oure vulgar Englishe tounge by Iohan Bale.
Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516. / [1567] The eglogs of the poet B. Mantuan Carmelitan, turned into English verse, & set forth with the argument to euery egloge by George Turbervile Gent. Anno. 1567
Baratti, Giacomo. / [1670] The late travels of S. Giacomo Baratti, an Italian gentleman, into the remote countries of the Abissins, or of Ethiopia interior wherein you shall find an exact account of the laws, government, religion, discipline, customs, &c. of the Christian people that do inhabit there with many observations which some may improve to the advantage and increase of Trade with them : together with a confirmation of this relation drawn from the writings of Damianus de Goes and Jo. Scaliger, who agree with the author in many particulars / translated by G.D.
Barba, Alvaro Alonso, b. 1569. / [1674] The art of metals in which is declared the manner of their generation and the concomitants of them : in two books / written in Spanish by Albaro Alonso Barba ... curate of St. Bernards parish in the imperial city of Potosi, in the kingdom of Peru in the West-Indies, in the year 1640 ; translated in the year 1669 by the R. H. Edward, Earl of Sandwich.
Barbe, Simon. / [1696] The French perfumer teaching the several ways of extracting the odours of drugs and flowers and making all the compositions of perfumes for powder, wash-balls, essences, oyls, wax, pomatum, paste, Queen of Hungary's Rosa Solis, and other sweet waters ... : also how to colour and scent gloves and fans, together with the secret of cleansing tobacco and perfuming it for all sorts of snuff, Spanish, Roman, &c. / done into English from the original printed at Paris.
Barber, Edward, d. 1674? / [Printed in the yeere 1641] To the Kings most Excellent Maiesty, and the Honourable Court of Parliament The humble petition of many his Maiesties loyall and faithfull subiects, some of which having beene miserably persecuted by the prelates and their adherents, by all rigorous courses, for their consciences, practising nothing but what was instituted by the Lord Jesus Christ, who was Lord of all administrations, Math. 28. 19. and practised by the primitive Christians; submitting to his Maiestie and his lawes, so farre as concernes our estates, libertie, and lives; and so, as we conceive, give to Cæsar the things that are Cæsars, and to God those things that are his.
Barber, Edward, d. 1674? / [Printed anno dom. 1651] The storming and totall routing of tythes wherein is shewed the unlawfullnesse of claiming them by the now pretended tribe of Levy, and both takers and payers therein denying Christ to be come in the flesh / by Edward Barber.
Barbette, Paul, d. 1666? / [1687] Thesaurus chirurgiae : the chirurgical and anatomical works of Paul Barbette ... composed according to the doctrine of the circulation of the blood, and other new inventions of the moderns : together with a treatise of the plague, illustrated with observations / translated out of Low-Dutch into English ... ; to which is added the surgeon's chest, furnished both with instruments and medicines ... and to make it more compleat, is adjoyned a treatise of diseases that for the most part attend camps and fleets ; written in High-Dutch by Raymundus Minderius.
Barbon, Nicholas, d. 1698. / [1684] A letter to a gentleman in the country, giving an account of the two insurance-offices, the Fire-Office & Friendly-Society
Barbon, Nicholas, d. 1698. / [1696] A discourse concerning coining the new money lighter in answer to Mr. Lock's Considerations about raising the value of money / by Nicholas Barbon, Esq.
Barbon, Nicholas, d. 1698. / [1690] A discourse of trade by N.B. ...
Barbon, Nicholas, d. 1698. / [1685] An apology for the builder, or, A discourse shewing the cause and effects of the increase of building
Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. / [1660] To the right honorable, the high court of Parliament, sitting at Westminister the illegal and immodest petition of Praise-God Barbone, Anabaptist and leather-seller of London.
Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. / [1660?] A petition presented by Praise-god Barebone &c. to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England
Barbon, Praisegod, 1596?-1679. / [Printed in the Year, 1659 i.e. 1660] The petition of Mr. Praise-God Barebone, and several others, to the Parliament. Presented on Thursday the 9th of February, 1659.
Barbour, John, d. 1395. / [Anno 1620] The actes and life of the most victorious conquerour, Robert Bruce, King of Scotland VVherein also are contained the martiall deeds of the valiant princes, Edward Bruce, Syr Iames Dowglas, Erle Thomas Randel, Walter Stewart, and sundrie others.
Barckley, Richard, Sir, 1578?-1661. / [Ao 1631] The felicitie of man, or, his summum bonum. Written by Sr, R: Barckley, Kt
Barclay, Alexander, 1475?-1552. / [1518?] The fyfte eglog of Alexandre Barclay of the cytezen and vplondyshman. Here after foloweth the prologe.
Barclay, Alexander, 1475?-1552. / [1521?] The boke of Codrus and Mynalcas
Barclay, John, 1582-1621. / [1610] Replique au sieur Coeffeteau, sur sa responce à l'aduertissement du roy aux princes & potentats de la Chrestienté
Barclay, John, 1582-1621. / [1631] The mirrour of mindes, or, Barclay's Icon animorum, Englished by T.M.
Barclay, John, 1582-1621. / [1688] John Barclay his vindication of the intercession of saints, the veneration of relicks and miracles, against the sectaries of the times Book II. Chap. VII. Englished by a person of quality. With allowance.
Barclay, John, 1582-1621. / [1688] John Barclay his defence of the most holy sacrament of the Eucharist to the sectaries of the times book II, chap. II / Englished by a person of quality.
Barclay, John, d. 1691. / [1689] A description of the Roman Catholick Church wherein the pretentions of it's [sic] head, the manners of his court, and principles, and doctrines, the worship and service, the religious orders and houses, the designs and practises of that Church, are represented in a vision / by Iohn Barclay, minister at Cruden ; written in the year 1679.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1672] William Michel unmasqued, or, The staggering instability of the pretended stable Christian discovered his omissions observed, and weakness unvailed : in his late faint and feeble animadversions by way of reply to a book intituled Truth cleared of calumnies : wherein the integrity of the Quakers doctrine is the second time justified and cleared from the reiterate, clamorous but causeless calumnies of this cavilling cetechist [sic] / by Robert Barclay.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1677] Universal love considered and established upon its right foundation being a serious enquiry how far charity may and ought to be extended towards persons of different judgments in matters of religion and whose principles among the several sects of Christians do most naturally lead to that due moderation required ... / Robert Barclay.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1692] Truth triumphant through the spiritual warfare, Christian labours, and writings of that able and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Robert Barclay, who deceased at his own house at Urie in the kingdom of Scotland, the 3 day of the 8 month 1690.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1670] Truth cleared of calumnies wherein a book intituled, A dialogue betwixt a Quaker and a stable Christian (printed at Aberdeen, and upon good ground judged to be writ by William Mitchell ...) is examined, and the disingenuity of the author, in his representing the Quakers is discovered : here is also their case truly stated, cleared, demonstrated, and the objections of their opposers answered according to truth, Scripture, and right reason / by Robert Barclay.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1675] Theses theologicæ: or The theological propositions, which are defended by Robert Barclay, in his apology for the true Christian divinity as the same is held forth and preached, by the people called Quakers. First printed about the year, 1675. And since then, reprinted several times, to prevent mistakes concerning that people.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1670] Some things of weighty concernment proposed in meekness and love by way of queries to the serious consideration of the inhabitants of Aberdeen which also may be of use to such as are of the same mind with them, elce where in this nation, added by way of appendix to a book intituled Truth cleared of calumnies.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1672] A seasonable warning and serious exhortation to, and expostulation with, the inhabitants of Aberdene concerning this present dispensation and day of Gods living visitation towards them.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1679] Robert Barclay's apology for the true Christian divinity vindicated from John Brown's examination and pretended confutation thereof in his book called Quakerisme the pathway to paganisme in which vindication I.B. his many gross perversions and abuses are discovered, and his furious and violent railings and revilings soberly rebuked / by R.B. Whereunto is added a Christian and friendly expostulation with Robert Macquare, touching his postscript to the said book of J.B. / written to him by Lillias Skein ...
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1676] Quakerism confirmed, or, A vindication of the chief doctrines and principles of the people called Qvakers from the arguments and objections of the students of divinity (so called) of Aberdeen in their book entituled Quakerism convassed [sic] by Robert Barclay and George Keith.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [Printed in the year 1686] The possibility and necessity of the inward immediate revelation of the spirit of God towards the foundation and ground of true faith, proved in a letter write [sic] in Latine, to a person of quality in Holland; and now also put into English. By R.B.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1673] A catechism and confession of faith approved of and agreed unto by the general assembly of the patriarchs, prophets, and apostles, Christ himself being chief speaker in and among them : which containeth a true and faithful account of the principles and doctrines which are most surely believed by the churches of Christ in Great Brittain and Ireland who are reproachfully called by the name of Quakers ... : to which is added An expostulation with and appeal to all other professors / by R.B.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1696] Baptism and the Lord's Supper substantially asserted being an apology in behalf of the people called Quakers, concerning those two heads / by Robert Barclay.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1678] An apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth, and preached by the people, called, in scorn, Quakers being a full explanation and vindication of their principles and doctrines, by many arguments, deduced from Scripture and right reason, and the testimony of famous authors, both ancient and modern, with a full answer to the strongest objections usually made against them, presented to the King / written and published in Latine, for the information of strangers, by Robert Barclay ; and now put into our own language, for the benefit of his country-men.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. / [1676] The anarchy of the Ranters and other libertines, the hierarchy of the Romanists, and other pretended churches, equally refused and refuted in a two-fold apology for the church and people of God called in derision Quakers : wherein they are vindicated from those that accuse them of disorder and confusion on the one hand, and from such as calumniate them with tyranny and imposition on the other ... / by Robert Barclay.
Barclay, William, 1546 or 7-1608. / [Anno M.D.C.IX. 1609] De potestate Papæ an & quantenus in reges & principes seculares ius & imperium habeat: Guil. Barclaii I.C. liber posthumus.
Barclay, William, 1570?-1630? / [1620] Guil: Barclayi amoeniorum artium, & medicinæ doctoris, judicium, de certamine G. Eglisemmii cum G. Buchanano, pro dignitate paraphraseos Psalmi CIIII. Non violandi manes. Adjecta sunt, Eglisemmii ipsum iudicium, ut editum fuit Londini, typis Eduardi Aldæi, ann. Dom. 1619: et in gratiam studiosæ iuventutis, ejusdem Psalmi elegans paraphrasis Thomae Rhaedi.
Barclay, William, 1570?-1630? / [Anno Dom. 1614] Nepenthes, or The vertues of tabacco by William Barclay Mr. of Art, and Doctor of Physicke
Barclay, William, 1570?-1630? / [Anno Dom. 1615] Callirhoe, the nymph of Aberdene, resuscitat by William Barclay M. of Art, and Doctor of Physicke. What diseases may be cured by drinking of the well at Aberdene, and what is the true vse thereof
Bard, W. / [1660] A speech to the Lord General Monck at Skinners-Hall April the fourth, 1660.
Barford, John. / [1646] John Barford, his petition to God, for King, and Parliament.
Barker, Andrew, fl. 1609. / [1609] A true and certaine report of the beginning, proceedings, ouerthrowes, and now present estate of Captaine Ward and Danseker, the two late famous pirates from their first setting foorth to this present time. As also the firing of 25. saile of the Tunis, men of warre: together with the death of diuers of Wards chiefe captaines. Published by Andrew Barker master of a ship, who was taken by the confederates of Ward, and by them some time detained prisoner.
Barker, Jane. / [1688] Poetical recreations consisting of original poems, songs, odes, &c. with several new translations : in two parts / part I, occasionally written by Mrs. Jane Barker, part II, by several gentlemen of the universities, and others.
Barker, John, 17th cent. / [1643. i.e. 1644] Extraordinary newes from Colonell Iohn Barkeer [sic] governour of Coventry, to a merchant of London Shewing how Sir VVilliam Brereton hath raised the siege from Namptwich in Cheshire.
Barker, John, ballad writer. / [the. viii. daye of Nouember. 1564] The true description of a monsterous chylde, borne in the Ile of Wight, in this present yeare of oure Lord God, M. D. LXIIII. the month of October after this forme with a cluster of longe heare about the nauell, the fathers name is Iames Iohnsun, in the parys of freswater.
Barker, John, ballad writer. / [1570?] The plagues of Northomberland To the tune of appelles.
Barker, John, ballad writer. / [1569?] Of the horyble and woful destruccion of Ierusalem and of the sygnes and tokens that were seene before it was destroied: which distruction was after Christes assension. xlii. yeares. To the tune of the Queenes Almayne.
Barker, John, ballad writer. / [1561] A balade declaryng how neybourhed lone [sic], and trew dealyng is gone
Barker, Matthew, 1619-1698. / [1674] Natural theology, or, The knowledge of God from the works of creation accommodated and improved, to the service of Christianity / by Matthew Barker ...
Barker, Richard, Sir. / [1676] Sudorificum regale, or, The royal sudoforick
Barker, Richard, Sir. / [1662] The great preservative of mankind or, The transcendent vertue of the true spirit of salt long look'd for and now philosophically prepar'd and purified from all hurtfull or corroding qualities far beyond anything yet known to the world being both safe and pleasant for the use of all men, women and children in a physicall laboratory in London where all manner of chymicall preparations are carried on ...
Barker, Richard, Sir. / [1665] Consilium anti-pestilentiale, or, Seasonable advice concerning sure, safe, specifick, and experimented medicines both for the preservation from, and cure of, this present plague offered for the publick benefit of this afflicted nation by Richard Barker.
Barker, Thomas, b. 1664 or 5. / [1700] A poem, dedicated to the memory of Dr Joseph Beaumont, Regius Professor of Divinity in Cambridge by Thomas Barker ...
Barker, Thomas, b. 1664 or 5. / [1698] Nassau a poem occasion'd by the peace / by Thomas Barker ...
Barker, Thomas, fl. 1651. / [1653] The art of angling wherein are discovered many rare secrets, very necessary to be knowne by all that delight in that recreation.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1670] A remembrancer of excellent men ...
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1685] The old gentleman's wish, or The reformed old gentleman.
Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. / [1686?] A grateful mention of deceased bishops
Barkstead, John, d. 1662. / [1648] White-Hall fayre, or, Who buys good penniworths of Barkstead the fayre proclamed.
Barkstead, John, d. 1662. / [1662] The speeches, discourses, and prayers, of Col. John Barkstead, Col. John Okey, and Mr. Miles Corbet, upon the 19th of April being the day of their suffering at Tyburn : together with an account of the occasion and manner of their taking in Holland : as also of their several occasional speeches, discourses, and letters, both before, and in the time of their late imprisonment : faithfully and impartially collected for a general satisfaction.
Barkstead, John, d. 1662. / [1651] May 27. 1651. For as much as the inhabitants of Pauls Church yard are much disturbed by the souldiers and others, ...
Barkstead, John, d. 1662. / [1662] A letter from Colonel Barkestead, Colonel Okey, and Miles Corbet, to their friends in the congregated churches in London with the manner of their apprehension.
Barksted, William, fl. 1611. / [1607] Mirrha the mother of Adonis: or, Lustes prodegies. By William Barksted. Horrace. Nansicetur enim pretium, nomenque poetæ. Whereunto are added certaine Eglogs. By L.M.
Barksted, William, fl. 1611. / [1611] Hiren: or The faire Greeke: By William Barksted, one of the seruants of his Maiesties reuels
Barleti, Marin, ca. 1460-1512 or 13. / [1596] The historie of George Castriot, surnamed Scanderbeg, King of Albanie Containing his famous actes, his noble deedes of armes, and memorable victories against the Turkes, for the faith of Christ. Comprised in twelue bookes: by Iaques de Lauardin, Lord of Plessis Bourrot, a nobleman of France. Newly translated out of French into English by Z.I. Gentleman.
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1619] The ioy of the vpright man In a sermon preached at Grayes Inne: By I. B. Wherein is declared the hidden comfort, the sure reward, the present condition of the vpright-hearted.
Barlow, John, b. 1580 or 81. / [1618] Hierons last fare-vvell A sermon preached at Modbury in Devon, at the funerall of that reuerend and faithfull seruant of Iesus Christ, Master Samuel Hieron, sometimes Preacher there. By I. B.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1680] That the bishops in England may and ought to vote in cases of blood written in the late times upon occasion of the Earl of Straffords case / by [a] learned pen ; with some answers to the objections of the then Bishop of Lincoln, against bishops voting in Parliament.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1692] Several miscellaneous and weighty cases of conscience learnedly and judiciously resolved / by the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. Thomas Barlow ...
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1679] Popery, or, The principles & positions approved by the Church of Rome (when really believ'd and practis'd) are very dangerous to all and to Protestant kings and supreme powers, more especially pernicious, and inconsistent with that loyalty, which (by the law of nature and scripture) is indispensably due to supreme powers, in a letter to a person of honor / by T. Ld Bishop of Lincoln.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [Ann. Dom. 1637] Pietas in patrem, or a few teares vpon the lamented death of his most deare, and loving father Richard Barlow late of Langill in VVestmooreland, who dyed December 29. Ann. 1636. By Thomas Barlow Master of Arts, Fellow of Queenes Coll. in Oxon and eldest sonne of his deceased father.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1648] Pegasus, or, The flying horse from Oxford bringing the proceedings of the visitours and other Bedlamites there, by command of the Earle of Mongomery.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1681] The original of kingly and ecclesiastical government by T.B. ...
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1679] A letter concerning invocations of saints, and adoration of the cross writ ten years since, to John Evelyn of Depthford, esq. / by Dr. Barlow ...
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1688] A few plain reasons why a Protestant of the Church of England should not turn Roman Catholick by a real Catholick of the Church of England.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1679] Discourse of the peerage & jurisdiction of the Lords spirituall in Parliament proving from the fundamental laws of the land, the testimony of the most renowned authors, and the practice of all ages : that have no right in claiming any jurisdiction in capital matters.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1682] A discourse concerning the laws ecclesiastical and civil made against hereticks by popes, emperors and kings, provincial and general councils, approved by the church of Rome with a preface against persecuting and destroying hereticks / by a cordial friend to the Protestant religion now by law established in these realms.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1641] A Christian admonition or friendly exhortation, sent to William Lawd, lace [i.e. late] Arch-bishop of Canterbury, now prisoner in the Tower ... by T.B.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1681] Brutum fulmen, or, The bull of Pope Pius V concerning the damnation, excommunication, and deposition of Q. Elizabeth as also the absolution of her subjects from their oath of allegiance, with a peremptory injunction, upon pain of an anathema, never to obey any of her laws or commands : with some observations and animadversions upon it / by Thomas Lord Bishop of Lincoln ; whereunto is annexed the bull of Pope Paul the Third, containing the damnation, excommunication, &c. of King Henry the Eighth.
Barlow, Thomas, 1607-1691. / [1699] Autoschediasmata, De studio theologiae, or, Directions for the choice of books in the study of divinity written by ... Dr. Thomas Barlow ... ; publish'd from the original manuscript, by William Offley ...
Barlow, William, d. 1568. / [1531] A dyaloge describing the originall grou[n]d of these Lutheran faccyons, and many of theyr abusys, compyled by syr wyllyam Barlow chanon
Barlow, William, d. 1568. / [Anno. 1553] A dialoge describing the originall ground of these Lutheran faccions, and many of their abuses, compyled by syr William Barlow chanon, late byshop of Bathe
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1606] The sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the tenth day of Nouember being the next Sunday after the discouerie of this late horrible treason. By the right reuerend father in God, William, by Gods permission, Lord Bishop of Rochester.
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1604] The svmme and svbstance of the conference which, it pleased his excellent Maiestie to haue with the lords, bishops, and other of his clergie, (at vvhich the most of the lordes of the councell were present) in his Maiesties priuy-chamber, at Hampton Court. Ianuary 14. 1603. / Contracted by VVilliam Barlovv, Doctor of Diuinity, and Deane of Chester. Whereunto are added, some copies, (scattered abroad,) vnsauory, and vntrue.
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1601] A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, on the first Sunday in Lent: Martij 1. 1600 With a short discourse of the late Earle of Essex his confession, and penitence, before and at the time of his death. By William Barllow Doctor of Diuinitie. Whereunto is annexed a true copie, in substance, of the behauiour, speache, and prayer of the said Earle at the time of his execution.
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1613] Psalmes and hymnes of praier and thanksgiuing. Made by VVilliam Barlow, Bishop of Lincolne, for his owne chappell and familie onelie
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1606] One of the foure sermons preached before the Kings Maiestie, at Hampton Court in September last This concerning the antiquitie and superioritie of bishops. Sept. 21. 1606. By the Reuerend Father in God William Lord Bishop of Rochester.
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1609] The eagle and the body described in one sermon preached before Queene Elizabeth of precious memorie, in Lent. Anno 1601. By William Barlovv ...
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1601] A defence of the articles of the Protestants religion in aunsweare to a libell lately cast abroad, intituled Certaine articles, or forcible reasons, discouering the palpable absurdities, and most intricate errours of the Protestantes religion.
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1607] A brand, Titio erepta On the fift day of Nouember last, before the Honourable Lordes of his Maiesties Priuie Councell, and the graue iudges of the law, &c. this sermon preached by the Reuerend Father in Christ, William, Lord Bishoppe of Rochester.
Barlow, William, d. 1613. / [1609] An answer to a Catholike English-man (so by himselfe entitvled) who, without a name, passed his censure vpon the apology made by the Right High and Mightie Prince Iames by the grace of God King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland &c. for the oath of allegiance : which censvre is heere examined and refvted / by the Bishop of Lincoln.
Barlow, William, d. 1625. / [1597] The nauigators supply Conteining many things of principall importance belonging to nauigation, with the description and vse of diuerse instruments framed chiefly for that purpose; but seruing also for sundry other of cosmography in generall: the particular instruments are specified on the next page.
Barlow, William, d. 1625. / [1618] Magneticall aduertisements: or Diuers pertinent obseruations, and approued experiments, concerning the natures and properties of the load-stone Very pleasant for knowledge, and most needfull for practise, of trauelling, or framing of instruments fit for trauellers both by sea and land. Whereunto is anexed a breife discouerie of the idle animaduersions of Mark Ridley Dr. in Physicke, vpon a treatise entituled Magneticall aduertisements.
Barlow, William, d. 1625. / [1618] A breife discouery of the idle animaduersions of Marke Ridley Doctor in Phisicke vpon a treatise entituled, Magneticall aduertisements
Barlow, William, fl. 1527. / [in the yere of owre lorde M.CCCCC. and XXX. 1530] A proper dyaloge, betwene a gentillman and a husbandma[n] eche complaynynge to other their miserable calamite, through the ambicion of the clergye. An A.B.C. to the spiritualte.
Barnadiston, G. (Giles), d. 1680. / [1676] A testimony against Jeffrey Bullock, his antichristian and foolish pamphlet stiled Antichrist's transformation within discovered by the light within wherein his perverse spirit, darkness and whimsical conceits are reprehended by the true light.
Barnard, John, d. 1683. / [1683] Theologo-Historicus, or, The true life of the most reverend divine, and excellent historian, Peter Heylyn ... written by his son in law, John Barnard ... to correct the errors, supply the defects, and confute the calumnies of a late writer ; also an answer to Mr. Baxters false accusations of Dr. Heylyn.
Barnardiston, Samuel, Sir, 1620-1707. / [1684] The tryal and conviction of Sr. Sam. Barnardiston, Bart. for high misdemeanor at the session of nisi prius holden at Guild-Hall, London, for His Majesties Court of Kings Bench before the Right Honorable Sir George Jeffreys ... lord chief justice of England on Thursday, Feb. 14, 1683.
Barne, Miles, d. 1709? / [1675] A sermon preached before the King at White-hall, October 17, 1675 by Miles Barne ...
Barne, Miles, d. 1709? / [1670] A sermon preached before the King at Newmarket April 24, 1670 by Miles Barne ...
Barne, Miles, d. 1709? / [1683] A sermon preach'd before the University of Cambridge on the 9th of September being the day of publick thanksgiving for the delivery of His Majesties Sacred Person, his royal brother, and the government, from the late hellish fanatick conspiracy / by Miles Barne ...
Barne, Miles, d. 1709? / [1684] A sermon preach'd at the assizes at Hertford, July 10th, 1684 by Miles Barne.
Barne, Miles, d. 1709? / [1682] A discourse concerning the nature of Christ's Kingdom with relation to the kingdoms of this world in two sermons preach'd at St. Maries before the University of Cambridge by Miles Barne.
Barne, Miles, d. 1709? / [1685] The authority of church-guides asserted in a sermon preach'd before our Late Gracious Sovereign King Charles II, at Whitehall, Octob. 17, 1675 / by Miles Barne ...
Barnes, Barnabe, 1569?-1609. / [1593] Parthenophil and Parthenophe Sonnettes, madrigals, elegies and odes. To the right noble and vertuous gentleman, M. William Percy Esquier, his deerest friend.
Barnes, Barnabe, 1569?-1609. / [1606] Foure bookes of offices enabling privat persons for the speciall seruice of all good princes and policies. Made and deuised by Barnabe Barnes.
Barnes, Barnabe, 1569?-1609. / [1595] A divine centurie of spirituall sonnets
Barnes, Barnabe, 1569?-1609. / [1607] The Diuils charter a tragædie conteining the life and death of Pope Alexander the sixt. As it was plaide before the Kings Maiestie, vpon Candlemasse night last: by his Maiesties Seruants. But more exactly reuewed, corrected, and augmented since by the author, for the more pleasure and profit of the reader.
Barnes, satirist. / [1541?] The treatyse answerynge the boke of berdes. Compyled by Collyn clowte, dedycatyd to Barnarde barber dwellynge in Banbery
Barnfield, Richard, 1574-1627. / [ca. 1625] A louers newest curranto, or, The lamentation of a young mans folly to a pleasant new tune.
Barnfield, Richard, 1574-1627. / [1605] Lady Pecunia, or The praise of money Also a combat betwixt conscience and couetousnesse. Togither with, the complaint of poetry, for the death of liberality. Newly corrected and inlarged, by Richard Barnfield, graduate in Oxford.
Barnfield, Richard, 1574-1627. / [1594] The affectionate shepheard Containing the complaint of Daphnis for the loue of Ganymede.
Barnfield, Richard, 1574-1627. / [1595] Cynthia VVith certaine sonnets, and the legend of Cassandra.
Baron, John, 1669 or 70-1722. / [1699] A sermon preach'd June 1, 1699, at Feckenham in Worcester-shire, before the trustees appointed by Sir Thomas Cookes, Kt. Bart. to manage his charity given to that place by John Baron ...
Baron, Robert, 1593?-1639. / [1658] Rob. Baronii, theologi ac philosophi celeberrimi, Metaphysica generalis accedunt nunc primum quæ supererant ex parte speciali : omnia ad usum theologia accommodata, opus postumum, ex muséo Antonii Clememtii Zirizæi.
Baron, Robert, 1593?-1639. / [1621] Philosophia theologiæ ancillans hoc est, pia & sobria explicatio quæstionum philosophicarum in disputationibus theologicis subinde occurrentium. Auctore Roberto Baronio ...
Baron, Robert, 1593?-1639. / [1633] Disputatio theologia, de vero discrimine peccati mortalis & venialis deq[ue] impossibilitate implendi legem Dei ob quotidianam peccatorum venialium incursionem. Cui annexa est appendix de possibilitate præstandi legem consideratam secundum epieikeian evangelicam. Authore Roberto Baronio ...
Baron, Robert, b. 1630. / [1650] Pocula Castalia· The authors motto. Fortunes tennis-ball. Eliza. Poems. Epigrams, &c. By R.B. Gen.
Baron, Robert, b. 1630. / [1647] Mirza a tragedie, really acted in Persia, in the last age : illustrated with historicall annotations / the author, R.B., Esq.
Baron, Robert, b. 1630. / [1647] Erotopaignion, or, The Cyprian academy by Robert Baron of Grayes-Inne, Gent.
Baron, Robert, b. 1630. / [1649] An apologie for Paris for rejecting of Juno and Pallas, and presenting of Ate's golden ball to Venus with a discussion of the reasons that might induce him to favour either of the three : occasioned by a private discourse, wherein the Trojans judgment was carped at by some and defended / by R.B., Gent.
Baron, William, b. 1636. / [1700] Regicides, no saints nor martyrs freely expostulated with the publishers of Ludlow's third volume, as to the truth of things and characters : with a touch at Amyntor's cavils against our king's curing the evil, and the thirtieth of January fast : a supplement to the Just defence of the royal martyr / by the same author.
Baron, William, b. 1636. / [1699] A just defence of the royal martyr, K. Charles I, from the many false and malicious aspersions in Ludlow's Memoirs and some other virulent libels of that kind.
Baron, William, b. 1636. / [1698] The Dutch way of toleration, most proper for our English dissenters
Baron, William, b. 1636. / [1683] Demetrius and the crafts-men a sermon preach'd at the Berkshire assizes held in Abingdon, August the 7th, 1683 / by William Baron ...
Barret, John, 1631-1713. / [1678] Much in a little, or, An abstract of Mr. Baxters plain Scripture-proof for infants church-membership or baptism with a few notes upon the anti-queries of T.G. / by the same hand that wrote the Fifty queries.
Barret, Robert, Brother of Surgeons Hall. / [1699] A companion for midwives, child-bearing women, and nurses directing them how to perform their respective offices : together with an essay, endeavouring to shew the influence of moral abuses upon the health of children / by Robert Barret ...
Barret, Robert, fl. 1600. / [1598] The theorike and practike of moderne vvarres discoursed in dialogue vvise. VVherein is declared the neglect of martiall discipline: the inconuenience thereof: the imperfections of manie training captaines: a redresse by due regard had: the fittest weapons for our moderne vvarre: the vse of the same: the parts of a perfect souldier in generall and in particular: the officers in degrees, with their seuerall duties: the imbattailing of men in formes now most in vse: with figures and tables to the same: with sundrie other martiall points. VVritten by Robert Barret. Comprehended in sixe bookes.
Barri, Giacomo, ca. 1630-ca. 1690. / [1679] The painters voyage of Italy in which all the famous paintings of the most eminent masters are particularised, as they are preserved in the several cities of Italy ... / written originally in Italian by Giacomo Barri ... ; Englished by W.L. of Lincolns-Inne, Gent.
Barriffe, William. / [1635] Military discipline: or, the yong artillery man Wherein is discoursed and showne the postures both of musket and pike: the exactest way, &c. Together with the motions which are to be used, in the excercising of a foot-company. With divers and severall formes and figures of battell; with their reducements; very necessary for all such as are studious in the art military. By William Barriff.
Barriffe, William. / [1639] Mars, his triumph. Or, the description of an exercise performed the XVIII. of October, 1638. in Merchant-Taylors Hall by certain gentlemen of the Artillery Garden London
Barrin, Jean, ca. 1640-1718. / [1678] The monk unvail'd: or, A facetious dialogue, discovering the several intrigues, and subtil practises, together with the lewd and scandalous lives of monks, fryers, and other pretended religious votaries of the Church of Rome. Written by an eminent Papist in French. Faithfully translated by C.V. Gent.
Barrington, Thomas, Sir. / [1642] A letter sent to Mr. Speaker, from the commissioners in the county of Essex, concerning the militia together with a relation of diverse passages in Ireland, sent over in a letter.
Barrough, Philip, fl. 1590. / [1583] The methode of phisicke conteyning the causes, signes, and cures of invvard diseases in mans body from the head to the foote. VVhereunto is added, the forme and rule of making remedies and medicines, which our phisitians commonly vse at this day, with the proportion, quantitie, & names of ech [sic] medicine. By Philip Barrough.
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1589] A true description out of the VVorde of God of the visible church
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1591] A plaine refutation of M. G. Giffardes reprochful booke, intituled a short treatise against the Donatists of England Wherein is discouered the forgery of the whole ministrie, the confusion, false worship, and antichristian disorder of these parish assemblies, called the Church of England. Here also is prefixed a summe of the causes of our seperation ... by Henrie Barrovve. Here is furder annexed a briefe refutation of M. Giff. supposed consimilituda betwixt the Donatists and vs ... by I. Gren. Here are also inserted a fewe obseruations of M. Giff. his cauills about read prayer & deuised leitourgies.
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1591] A petition directed to Her Most Excellent Maiestie wherein is deliuered 1. A meane howe to compound the ciuill dissention in the Church of England, 2. A proofe that they who write for reformation, do not offend against the stat. of 23. Eliz. c.2. and therefore till matters be compounded, deserue more fauour ... : here vnto is annexed, some opinions of such as sue for reformation ... : also, certayne articles vvherein is discouered the negligence of the bishoppes ... : lastlie, certayne questions or interrogatories dravvn by a fauourer of reformation ...
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1611] Mr Henry Barrowes platform Which may serve, as a preparative to purge away prelatisme: with some other parts of poperie. Made ready to be sent from Miles Mickle-bound to much-beloved-England. Togither with some other memorable things. And, a familiar dialogue, in and with the which, all the severall matters conteyned in this booke, are set forth and interlaced. After the untimely death of the penman of the foresaid platforme. & his fellow prisoner; who being constant witnesses in points apperteyning to the true worship of God, and right government of his Church, sealed up their testimony with their bloud: and paciently suffred the stopping of their breath, for their love to the Lord. Anno 1593.
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [ca. 1596?] The examinations of Henry Barrowe Iohn Grenewood and Iohn Penrie, before the high commissioners, and Lordes of the Counsel. Penned by the prisoners themselues before their deathes
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1590] A collection of certaine sclaunderous articles gyuen out by the bisshops against such faithfull Christians as they now vniustly deteyne in their prisons togeather with the answeare of the saide prisoners therunto. Also the some of certaine conferences had in the Fleete according to the bisshops bloudie mandate with two prisoners there.
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1590] A collection of certain letters and conferences lately passed betvvixt certaine preachers & tvvo prisoners in the Fleet
Barrow, Henry, 1550?-1593. / [1590 i.e. 1591?] A brief discouerie of the false church. 1590
Barrow, Humphrey. / [1656] The relief of the poore and advancement of learning proposed by Humphrey Barrow.
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1683] A treatise of the Pope's supremacy to which is added A discourse concerning the unity of the church / by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1670] Spiritus sanctus est persona distincta patri filioque coëssentualis & ab utrique procedens
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1678] Several sermons against evil-speaking by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1677] A sermon upon the passion of Our Blessed Saviour preached at Guild-Hall Chappel on Good Friday, the 13th day of April, 1677 / by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1679] Sermons preached upon several occasions by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1694] Practical discourses upon the consideration of our latter end, and the danger and mischief of delaying repentance by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1680] Of the love of God and our neighbour, in several sermons : the third volume by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1693] Of industry, in five discourses viz. in general, in our general calling as Christians, in our particular calling as gentlemen, in our particular calling as scholars / by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1685] Of contentment, patience and resignation to the will of God several sermons / by Isaac Barrow.
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1671] The duty and reward of bounty to the poor in a sermon preached at the spittal upon Wednesday in Easter week, Anno Dom. MDCLXXI / by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1698] A brief state of the Socinian controversy concerning a trinity in unity by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, Isaac, 1630-1677. / [1681] A brief exposition of the Lord's prayer and the Decalogue to which is added the doctrine of the sacraments / by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, John, 1650 or 51-1684. / [MDCLXXIX 1679] A sermon preached on the fifth of November, MDCLXXIII by Isaac Barrow ...
Barrow, John, 1650 or 51-1684. / [1683] A sermon preached at the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Seth, Lord Bishop of Sarum, held at Reading, Sept. 6, 1683 by John Barrow ...
Barrow, John, 17th cent. / [1664] The Lord's arm stretched ovt in an answer of prayer, or, A true relation of the wonderful deliverance of James Barrow, the son of John Barrow of Olaves Southwark, who was possessed with evil spirits near two years the diversity of means used, with the way in which he was delivered / published by me, John Barrow.
Barrow, Robert, d. 1697. / [1642] A briefe answer to A discourse, lately written by one P.B., to prove baptisme under the defection of Antichrist, to be the ordinance of Iesus Christ, and the baptizing of infants to be agreeable to the word of God wherein is declared ... that true baptisme and a false church are inconsistent, and cannot stand together : and also maintained, that the baptizing of infants hath no authority from the Scriptures / by R. Barrow.
Barrow, William, 1610-1679. / [1679] The papists new-fashion'd allegiance a letter lately seiz'd in the house of an eminent Roman Catholick in Hereford-shire, and produced at the late assizes there held / written by Father Harcourt.
Barry, Gerat. / [M.DC.XXXIV. 1634] A discourse of military discipline devided into three boockes, declaringe the partes and sufficiencie ordained in a private souldier, and in each officer; servinge in the infantery, till the election and office of the captaine generall; and the laste booke treatinge of fire-wourckes of rare executiones by sea and lande, as alsoe of firtifasions [sic]. Composed by Captaine Gerat Barry Irish.
Barry, James. / [1699] A reviving cordial for a sin-sick despairing soul in the time of temptation the same being an extract of the unworthy authors experience of the particular following ... / by Ja. Barry ...
Barry, John, 17th cent. / [1642] The most blessed and truest newes from Ireland, shewing, the fortunate successe of the Protestants, and Gods just vengance on the rebels. With a list of the Protestant commanders, and the chief of the rebels commanders, and the townes that the Protestants have relieved. With the humble petition of the baronets, esquires, ministers, gentlemen, freeholders, and others peacably affected in the County Palatine of Lancaster, to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. With His Majesties answer thereunto.
Barry, Lording, 1580?-1629. / [1611] Ram-Alley: or merrie-trickes A comedy diuers times here-to-fore acted by the Children of the Kings Reuels. VVritten by Lo: Barrey.
Barthlet, John. / [Anno. 1566] The pedegrewe of heretiques Wherein is truely and plainely set out, the first roote of heretiques begon in the Church, since the time and passage of the Gospell, together with an example of the ofspring of the same. Perused and alowed according to the order appoynted in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.
Bartholin, Caspar, 1655-1738. / [1698] Caspari Bartholini Thom. F. Specimen philosophiæ naturalis præcipua physices capita exponens ... : accedit De fontium fluviorumque origine ex pluviis, dissertatio physica.
Bartholin, Thomas, 1616-1680. / [1668] Bartholinus anatomy made from the precepts of his father, and from the observations of all modern anatomists, together with his own ... / published by Nich. Culpeper and Abdiah Cole.
Bartholomaeus, Anglicus, 13th cent. / [1582] Batman vppon Bartholome his booke De proprietatibus rerum, newly corrected, enlarged and amended: with such additions as are requisite, vnto euery seuerall booke: taken foorth of the most approued authors, the like heretofore not translated in English. Profitable for all estates, as well for the benefite of the mind as the bodie. 1582.
Bartlet, John, fl. 1606-1610. / [1606] A booke of ayres vvith a triplicitie of musicke, whereof the first part is for the lute or orpharion, and the viole de gambo, and 4. partes to sing, the second part is for 2. trebles to sing to the lute and viole, the third part is for the lute and one voyce, and the viole de gambo. Composed by Iohn Bartlet Gentleman and practitioner in this arte.
Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685. / [1660] The learned man defended and reform'd a discourse of singular politeness and elocution, seasonably asserting the right of the muses, in opposition to the many enemies which in this age Learning meets with, and more especially those two, Ignorance and Vice : in two parts / written in Italian by the happy pen of P. Daniel Bartolus, S.J. ; Englished by Thomas Salusbury ; with two tables, one general, the other alphabetical.
Barton, John, master of the free school of Kinfare. / [1634] The art of rhetorick concisely and compleatly handled exemplified out of holy writ, and with a compendious and perspicuous comment, fitted to the capacities of such as have had a smatch of learning, or are otherwise ingenious. By J.B. master of the free-school of Kinfare in Staffordshire.
Barton, Nathaniel, b. 1616. / [1654] The representation or defence of Collonel Nathaniell Barton (a member of this present Parliament) occasioned by the petition of Sir Samuel Sleigh, knight, which representation is humbly tendered to the consideration of this honourable assembly of Parliament.
Barton, Thomas, 1599 or 1600-1682 or 3. / [1643] [Antiteichisma], or, A counter-scarfe prepared anno 1642 for the eviction of those zealots that in their workes defie all externall bowing at the name of Jesus, or, The exaltation of his person and name by God and us in ten tracts against Jewes, Turkes, pagans, heretickes, schismatickes, &c. that oppose both or either by Tho. Barton ... ; wherein is added A tryall thereof.
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [M. DC. LV. 1655 i.e. 1656] A view of many errors and som gross absurdities in the old translation of the Psalms in English metre; as also in som other translations lately published: shewing how the Psalms ought to be translated, to be acceptable and edifying. Together with sundry epigramms and suffrages of many godly and learned men in behalf of the author's translation, and reasons for publishing the same. / By W.B. M.A. and minister of the Gospel.
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [1688] Six centuries of select hymns and spiritual songs collected out of the Holy Bible together with a catechism, the canticles, and a catalogue of vertuous women / by William Barton.
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [October 21, M.DC.LI 1651] Psalms and hymns composed and fitted for the present occasion of publick thanks-giving, October 24, 1651 by W. Barton ...
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [1670] Mercy in the midst of judgment by a gracious discovery of a certain remedy for London's languishing trade : in a sermon preached before the right honourable, the lord mayor and the citizens of London, on September 12, 1669, at the new repaired chappel at Guild-Hall / by D. Barton ...
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [1645] The choice and flower of the old Psalms collected by Iohn Hopkins and others and now revised and amended by William Barton ...
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [1659] A century of select hymns. Collected out of Scripture. All to be sung in five or six tunes commonly known and practized. By W.B. Minister of the Gospel at Martins in Leicester.
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [1671] A catalogue of virtuous women recorded in the Old & New Testament
Barton, William, 1598?-1678. / [1644] The Book of Psalms in metre close and proper to the Hebrew, smooth and pleasant for the metre, plain and easie for the tunes : with musical notes, arguments, annotations, and index : fitted for the ready use and understanding of all good Christians.
Barwick, Humfrey. / [1592?] A breefe discourse, concerning the force and effect of all manuall weapons of fire and the disability of the long bowe or archery, in respect of others of greater force now in vse. With sundrye probable reasons for the verrifying therof: the which I haue doone of dutye towards my soueraigne and country, and for the better satisfaction of all such as are doubtfull of the same. Written by Humfrey Barwick ...
Barwick, John, 1612-1664. / [1647] Querela Cantabrigiensis, or, A remonstrance by way of apologie for the banished members of the late flourishing University of Cambridge by some of the said sufferers.
Barwick, John, 1612-1664. / [1660] Hieronikēs, or, The fight, victory, and triumph of S. Paul accommodated to the Right Reverend Father in God Thomas, late L. Bishop of Duresme, in a sermon preached at his funeral, in the parish church of St. Peter at Easton-Manduit in Northampton-shire, on Michaelmas-day, 1659 : together with the life of the said Bishop / by John Barwick ...
Basier, Isaac, 1607-1676. / [1660] The history of the English and Scotch presbytery wherein is discovered their designs and practices for the subversion of government in church and state / written in French, by an eminent divine of the Reformed church, and now Englished.
Basier, Isaac, 1607-1676. / [1673] The dead mans real speech a funeral sermon preached on Hebr. xi. 4, upon the 29th day of April, 1672 : together with a brief of the life, dignities, benefactions, principal actions, and sufferings, and of the death of the said late Lord Bishop of Durham / published (upon earnest request) by Isaac Basire ...
Basier, Isaac, 1607-1676. / [1661] The ancient liberty of the Britannick church, and the legitimate exemption thereof from the Roman patriarchate discoursed on four positions, and asserted / by Isaac Basier ... ; three chapters concerning the priviledges of the Britannick church, &c., selected out of a Latin manuscript, entituled, Catholico-romanus pacificus, written by F.I. Barnes ... ; translated, and published for vulgar instruction, by Ri. Watson.
Basil I, Emperor of the East, ca. 812-886. / [M. DC. XXXVIII 1638] The sixty sixe admonitory chapters of Basilius, King of the Romans, to his sonne Leo, in acrostick manner that is, the first letter of euery chapter, making vp his name and title. Translated out of Greeke by Iames Scudamore.
Basil, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 329-379. / [M.D.LUJJ 1557] An exhortation of holye Basilius Magnus to hys younge kynsemen styrynge theym to the studie of humaine lernynge that they might thereby be the more apt to attayne to the knowlege of diuine literature / translated oute of Greke into Englyshe by Wyllyam Berker.
Basile, de Rouen, d. 1648? / [1641] The converted capuchin, or, The recantation of Father Basil after he had continued nigh forty yeares a fryer of that order and perswaded many Protestants to the Romish-beliefe : with his answers to those reports framed against him since he left his convent at Roüen to be one of the reformed church at Sedan / English according to the French copy.
Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano. / [1508] Will[e]mus permissione diuina Ca[n]tuarien[sis] Archiepiscopus toci[us] Anglie primas [et] apostolice sedis legatus [Et] Robertus permissio[n]e diuina Meneuen[sis] e[m]p[t]us in regno et hominijs Anglie s[an]ctissimi domini nostri Julij eiusde[m] nominis Pape secu[n]di ad hec co[m]missarij generales tibi.
Basilius Valentinus. / [1660] The triumphant chariot of antimony being a conscientious discovery of the many reall transcendent excellencies included in that minerall / written by Basil Valentine ... ; faithfully Englished and published for the common good by I.H. ...
Basilius Valentinus. / [1671] Of natural & supernatural things also of the first tincture, root, and spirit of metals and minerals, how the same are conceived, generated, brought forth, changed, and augmented / [by] Basilius Valentinus ; translated out of high Dutch by Daniel Cable ; whereunto is added Frier Roger Bacon, Of the medicine or tincture of antimony; Mr. John Isaac Holland, his Work of Saturn; and Alex. Van Suchten, Of the secrets of antimony.
Basill, William. / [1650] A declaration of the Irish armie in Ulster sent to the Parlament in a letter from William Basill, Esquire, Atturney [sic] General of Ireland, which letter and declaration are ordered by the Parlament to bee [sic] printed, and were referred to the Council of State to see it don[e] accordingly : to which is added som[e] Remarques thereupon, by a private pen.
Bassano, Paul. / [1621] A defence of Paul Bassano the suruiuing patentee for the importation of fresh salmons and lobsters, &c. by a new inuention, which hee most humbly submitteth to this honorable house of Parliament.
Basse, William, d. ca. 1653. / [1602] Three pastoral elegies of Anander, Anetor, and Muridella. By William Bas.
Basse, William, d. ca. 1653. / [1602] Svvord and buckler, or, Seruing-mans defence. By William Bas
Basse, William, d. ca. 1653. / [ca. 1620] Maister Basse his careere, or, The New hunting of the hare, to a new court tune. The Faulconers hunting, to the tune of Basse his careere
Basse, William, d. ca. 1653. / [1613] Great Brittaines sunnes-set, bewailed with a shower of teares. By William Basse
Basset, Robert. / [1637] Curiosities: or the cabinet of nature Containing phylosophical, naturall, and morall questions fully answered and resolved. Translated out of Latin, French, and Italian authors. By R.B. Gent. Never before published.
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1683] Unity stated the only means to it assign'd and argu'd, together with the motives pressing it : in a sermon before the worshipful Company of Salters, Lond. in St. Swithin's Church, Sept. 1683 / by William Basset ...
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1685] A panegyrick on the coronation of King James the II and His Royal Consort Queen Mary on April 23, 1685 / by the author of the plea for succession, in opposition to popular exclusion.
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1684] A discourse on my Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury's and my Lord Bishop of London's letters to the clergy touching catechising, and the sacrament of the Supper with what is required of churchwardens and ministers in reference to obstinate recusants : also a defence of excommunication, as used by the Church of England against such : preached March the 9th and 16th in the parish church of St. Swithins / by William Basset ...
Basset, William, 1644-1695. / [1693] An answer to the Brief history of the Unitarians, called also Socinians by William Basset ...
Basset, William, Sir, fl. 1674. / [1674?] The case of Sir William Basset
Bassett, Thomas, bookseller. / [1684] An exact catalogue of the common and statute law books of this realm, and some others relating thereunto
Basta. / [1661] To Jack Bill in thanks for his christening-entertainment at cane-wood, June 13, 1661.
Bastard, Thomas, 1565 or 6-1618. / [1615] Twelue sermons viz. 1 A Christian exhortation to innocent anger. 2 The calling of Moses. ... 11 12 The sinners looking-glasse. Preached by Thomas Bastard ...
Bastard, Thomas, 1565 or 6-1618. / [1598] Chrestoleros Seuen bookes of epigrames written by T B.
Baston, Samuel. / [MDCXCVII 1697] A dialogue between a modern courtier and an honest English gentleman to which is added the author's dedication to both Houses of Parliament, to whom he appeals for justice / by Samuel Baston.
Baston, Samuel. / [1695] Baston's case vindicated, or, A brief account of some evil practices of the present commisioners for sick and wounded, &c. as they were proved before the Admiralty ...
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1646] The utter routing of the whole army of all the Independents and Sectaries, with the totall overthrow of their hierarchy ..., or, Independency not Gods ordinance in which all the frontires of the Presbytery ... are defended ... / by John Bastvvick, captain in the Presbyterian army.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1643] A learned, vsefull and seasonable discovrse concerning the Chvrch of England, and the Chvrch of Rome addressed by way of letter to M. St. Iohn, a Romish priest / by that eminent author and worthy patriot, Dr. John Bastwick, now prisoner under the popish tyranny at Yorke.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [1645] A just defence of John Bastwick. Doctor in Phisicke, against the calumnies of John Lilburne Leiutenant [sic] Colonell and his false accusations, vvritten in way of a reply to a letter of Master Vicars: in which he desires to be satisfied concerning that reproch. In which reply, there is not onely the vindication of the honour of the Parliament, but also that which is of publike concernment, and behooves all well affected subjects to looke into. Printed and published with license according to order.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [in the yeare of God, 1638] A briefe relation of certaine speciall and most materiall passages, and speeches in the Starre-Chamber occasioned and delivered the 14th. day of Iune, 1637. At the censure of those three famous and worthy gentlemen, Dr. Bastwicke, Mr. Burton, and Mr. Prynne. Even so as it hath beene truely and faithfully gathered from their owne mouthes, by one present at the said censure.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [in the yeare 1637] The answer of John Bastvvick, Doctor of Phisicke, to the information of Sir Iohn Bancks Knight, Atturney universall In which there is a sufficient demonstration, that the prelats are invaders of the Kings prerogative royall, contemners and despisers of holy Scripture, advancers of poperie, superstition, idolatry and phophanesse: also that they abuse the Kings authoritie ...
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [in the yeare of remembrance, anno 1637] The ansvver of Iohn Bastwick, Doctor of Phisicke, to the exceptions made against his Letany by a learned gentleman which is annexed to the Letany it selfe, as articles superadditionall against the prelats. In the vvhich there is, a full, demonstration and proof of the reall absence of Christ in the sacrament of the Lords Supper, with the vanity and impiety of the consecreation of temples churches and chapples, also the necessity of the perpetuall motion and circulation of worship if men be bound to bow the knees at the name of Iesus. This is to follow the Letany as a second part thereof.
Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. / [in the yeare of remembrance, anno 1637] The ansvver of Iohn Bastwick, Doctor of Phisicke, to the exceptions made against his Letany by a learned gentleman which is annexed to the Letany it selfe, as articles superadditionall against the prelats. In the vvhich there is, a full, demonstration and proof of the reall absence of Christ in the sacrament of the Lords Supper, with the vanity and impiety of the consecreation of temples churches and chapples, also the necessity of the perpetuall motion and circulation of worship if men be bound to bow the knees at the name of Iesus. This is to follow the Letany as a second part thereof.
Bate, George, 1608-1669. / [1648] The regall apology, or, The declaration of the Commons, Feb. 11, 1647, canvassed wherein every objection and their whole charge against His Majesty is cleared, and for the most part, retorted.
Bate, George, 1608-1669. / [1685] Elenchus motuum nuperorum in Anglia, or, A short historical account of the rise and progress of the late troubles in England In two parts / written in Latin by Dr. George Bates. Motus compositi, or, The history of the composing the affairs of England by the restauration of K. Charles the second and the punishment of the regicides and other principal occurrents to the year 1669 / written in Latin by Tho. Skinner ; made English ; to which is added a preface by a person of quality ...
Bate, Henry, parliamentarian. / [M DC XL VIII. 1648] Prince Charles sailing from Callice, towards the north of England in a great ship of 35 peece of ordnance with five ships more, with Prince Rupert, Generall Ruthen, the Earl of Branford, the Lord Hopton, the Lord Wilmot, and divers other lords and gentlemen. Also the princes vvarrants, taken by Sir Miles Livesley. And a further victory against the Duke of Buckingham, by Col: Scroop, who hath slain Sir Lyonell Digbey his son, 2 collonels, and taken Sir Gilbert Gerrard, and 5 collonels and majors, and Col: Coventry taken with a coach and 6 horses, and the Duke of Buckingham fled with 60 horse. With a list of the collonels & officers names kild & taken. Also the Earl of Holland his speech to the souldiers when they took him in his chamber.
Bate, John. / [1634] The mysteryes of nature, and art conteined in foure severall tretises, the first of water workes the second of fyer workes, the third of drawing, colouring, painting, and engrauing, the fourth of divers experiments, as wel serviceable as delightful: partly collected, and partly of the authors peculiar practice, and invention by I.B.
Bate, John, M.A. / [1589] The portraiture of hypocrisie, liuely and pithilie pictured in her colours wherein you may view the vgliest and most prodigious monster that England hath bredde.
Bateman, Susanna. / [1657] I matter not how I appear to man, ... but of a virgin pure conceiv'd is he
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1687] The way to the highest honour a funeral sermon, on John XII, 26, preach'd upon the decease of the Rnd Tho. Jacomb ... April 3, 1687 / by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1681] Vitæ selectorum aliquot virorum qui doctrinâ, dignitate, aut pietate inclaruere
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1693] The upright Christian discovered by keeping himself from his iniquity, and resignation to the divine will. By way of question and answer. Gathered out of the judicious treatises of William Bates, D.D.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1689] The sure trial of uprightness open'd in several sermons upon Psal. xviii, v. 23 ... / by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1699] Spiritual perfection, unfolded and enforced from 2 Cor. VII, 1 having therefore these promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse our selves from all filthiness of flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God / by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1687] The speedy coming of Christ to judgment represented in a funeral sermon on the death of Mr. Benjamin Ashurst, who deceased the 11th of September, 1687 / by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1680] The soveraign and final happiness of man with the effectual means to obtain it by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1687] A short description of the blessed place and state of the saints above in a discourse upon the words of Our Blessed Saviour, John XIV, 2, in my father's house are many mansions, if it were not so, I would have told you, I go to prepare a place for you / by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1696] Sermons upon Psalm CXXX, ver. 4 but there is forgiveness with thee, that thou mayst be feared / by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1683] Sermons upon death and eternal judgment by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1693] Sermons preach'd on several occasions by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1695] A sermon preached upon the much lamented death of our late gracious sovereign Queen Mary to which is added The address of condolence to His Majesty by the dissenting ministers / by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1662] The peace-maker, or, Two farewel-sermons preached at St. Dunstans in the West, London, August the 17th, 1662, by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1674] The harmony of the divine attributes in the contrivance and accomplishment of man's redemption by the Lord Jesus Christ, or, Discourses wherein is shewed how the wisdom, mercy, justice, holiness, power, and truth of God are glorified in that great and blessed work / by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1684] The great duty of resignation to the divine will in afflictions enforced from the example of our suffering Saviour / by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1692] A funeral-sermon for the reverend, holy and excellent divine, Mr. Richard Baxter who deceased Decemb. 8, 1691 : with an account of his life / by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1678] A funeral sermon preached upon the death of the reverend and excellent divine Dr. Thomas Manton who deceas'd the 18th of October 1677 / by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1691] The four last things viz. death, judgment, heaven, hell, practically considered and applied in several discourses / by William Bates.
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1677] The divinity of the Christian religion, proved by the evidence of reason and divine revelation by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1685] The danger of prosperity discovered in several sermons upon Prov. I. 27 / by William Bates ...
Bates, William, 1625-1699. / [1676] Considerations of the existence of God and of the immortality of the soul, with the recompences of the future state for the cure of infidelity, the hectick evil of the times / by William Bates ...
Bath (England) / [1660] Bathonia rediviva to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, the humble address of the mayor, aldermen, and citizens of Your Majesties city of Bath in the county of Somersett.
Bathe, William, 1564-1614. / [1596?] A briefe introduction to the skill of song concerning the practise, set forth by William Bathe gentleman. In which work is set downe X. sundry wayes of 2. parts in one vpon the plaine song. Also a table newly added of the companions of cleues, how one followeth another for the naming of notes: with other necessarie examples, to further the learner.
Bathurst, Elizabeth, d. 1691. / [1679] Truth's vindication, or, A gentle stroke to wipe off the foul aspersions, false accusations, and misrepresentations cast upon the people of God called Quakers, both with respect to their principle and their way of proselyting people over to them also An epistle to such of the Friends of Christ that have lately been convinced of the truth as it is in Jesus.
Bathurst, Elizabeth, d. 1691. / [1680?] An expostulatory appeal to the professors of Christianity joyned in community with Samuel Ansley
Batman, Stephen, d. 1584. / [1580?] The new arival of the three gracis, into Anglia Lamenting the abusis of this present age.
Batman, Stephen, d. 1584. / [Anno. 1577] The golden booke of the leaden goddes Wherein is described the vayne imaginations of heathe[n] pagans, and counterfaict Christians: wyth a description of their seueral tables, what ech of their pictures signified. By Stephen Batman, student in diuinitie.
Batman, Stephen, d. 1584. / [1569] A christall glasse of christian reformation wherein the godly maye beholde the coloured abuses vsed in this our present tyme. Collected by Stephen Bateman Minister.
Batt, Barthélemy, 1515-1559. / [1581] The Christian mans closet Wherein is conteined a large discourse of the godly training vp of children: as also of those duties that children owe vnto their parents, made dialogue wise, very pleasant to reade, and most profitable to practise, collected in Latin by Bartholomew Batty of Alostensis. And nowe Englished by William Lowth.
Batt, Jasper, d. 1702. / [1681] Truth & innocency triumphing over falshood [and] envy, or Jasper Batt's vindication against William Roger's un-christian [sic] and false insinuations, in his book mis-called The Christian Quaker, &c.
Battell, Ralph, 1649-1713. / [1694/5] The lawfulness and expediency of church-musick asserted in a sermon preached at St. Brides-Church upon the 22d. of November, 1693 being the anniversary meeting of gentlemen, lovers of musick / by Ralph Battell ...
Batten, William, Sir, d. 1667. / [1630] A most plaine and easie way for the finding of the sunnes amplitude and azimuth, and thereby the variation of the compasse, by logarithme written by W.B. ; also another plaine way for the azimuth, by the table of sines in fiue seuerall cases, by I.T.
Batten, William, Sir, d. 1667. / [1648] A declaration of Sir William Batten, late Vice-Admirall for the Parliament concerning his departure from London, to His Highnesse the Prince of Wales.
Battie, John. / [1648] The merchants remonstrance published in the time of the late warre, revived and inlarged : wherein is set forth the inevitable miseries which may suddenly befall this kingdome by want of trade and decay of manufactures : with copy of a letter to the Kings Majestie presented unto him at Hampton Court, October 30, 1647 : shewing, 1, the want of such a due regard as was fit for the preservation of trade in the time of the late warre, 2, some of the bad effects it hath since produced, 3, the offer of the authors opinion what may best bee done for remedy : also, a letter to the Right Honourable the two Houses of Parliament, to the army under the command of His Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax, and to the rest of His Majesties subjects in generall : whereunto is annexed a discourse of the excellencie of wooll, manifested by the improvement in its manufactures, and the great good thence arising before the late warre / by John Battie ...
Battie, William, 1634 or 5-1706. / [1678] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable Sir Francis Chaplin, Lord Mayor of London at Gvild-Hall Chapell, November the 18th, 1677 by William Battie ...
Bauderon, Brice, ca. 1540-1623. / [1657] The expert phisician learnedly treating of all agues and feavers, whether simple or compound, shewing their different nature, causes, signes, and cure ... / written originally by that famous doctor in phisick, Bricius Bauderon ; and translated into English by B.W., licentiate in physick by the University of Oxford ...
Baudier, Michel, 1589?-1645. / [1635] The history of the imperiall estate of the grand seigneurs their habitations, liues, titles ... gouernment and tyranny. Translated out of French by E.G. S.A.
Baudier, Michel, 1589?-1645. / [1682] The history of the court of the king of China out of French.
Baudier, Michel, 1589?-1645. / [1671] The history of the administration of Cardinal Ximenes, great minister of state in Spain written originally in French, by the sieur Michael Baudier of Languedoc ... and translated into English By W. Vaughan.
Baxter, Benjamin. / [1673] Mr. Baxter baptiz'd in bloud, or, A sad history of the unparallel'd cruelty of the Anabaptists in New-England faithfully relating the cruel, barbarous and bloudy murther of Mr. Baxter, an Orthodox minister, who was kill'd by the Anabaptists, and his skin most cruelly flead from his body : with an exact account of all the circumstances and particularities of this barbarous murther / published by his mournfull brother Benjamin Baxter.
Baxter, Benjamin, Preacher of the Gospel. / [1662] A posing question, put by the wise man, viz. Solomon, to the wisest men concerning making a judgment of the temporal conditions : wherein you have the ignorance of man (in knowing, what is good, or evil, for man in this life) discovered, together, with the mistakes that flow from it : and the great question resolved, viz. whether the knowledg of, what is good for a man in this life, be so hid from man, that no man can attain it / preached at the weekly lecture at Upton ... by Benjamin Baxter ...
Baxter, Benjamin, Preacher of the Gospel. / [1670] Non-conformity without controversie from Rom. chap. 12, ver. 2 : shewing that it is every Christian's duty to be a nonconformist to this world / by Benjamin Baxter, Preacher of the Gospel.
Baxter, Nathaniel, fl. 1606. / [1606] Sir Philip Sydneys ouránia that is, Endimions song and tragedie, containing all philosophie. Written by N.B.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1679] Which is the true church? the whole Christian world, as headed only by Christ ... or, the Pope of Rome and his subjects as such? : in three parts ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1684] Whether parish congregations be true Christian churches and the capable consenting incumbents, be truly their pastors, or bishops over their flocks ... : written by Richard Baxter as an explication of some passages in his former writings, especially his Treatise of episcopacy, misunderstood and misapplied by some, and answering the strongest objections of some of them, especially a book called, Mr. Baxters judgment and reasons against communicating with the parish assemblies, as by law required, and another called, A theological dialogue, or, Catholick communion once more defended, upon mens necessitating importunity / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] The vain religion of the formal hypocrite, and the mischief of an unbridled tongue (as against religion, rulers, or dissenters) described, in several sermons, preached at the Abby in Westminster, before many members of the Honourable House of Commons, 1660 ; and The fools prosperity, the occasion of his destruction : a sermon preached at Covent-Garden / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1694] Universal redemption of mankind, by the Lord Jesus Christ stated and cleared by the late learned Mr. Richard Barter [sic] ; whereunto is added a short account of Special redemption, by the same author.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] Universal concord the sufficient terms proposed for the use of those that have liberty to use them, and as the authors profession of his own religion, in contentious, dividing age / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1672] Two treatises the first of death, on I Cor. 15:26, the second of judgment on 2 Cor. 5:10, 11 / by Rich. Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1696] Two treatises tending to awaken secure sinners viz., 1. The terror of the day of judgment, from 2 Cor. 5. 10, 2. The danger of slighting Christ and his Gospel, from Matth. 22. 5 / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1661] Two papers of proposals concerning the discipline and ceremonies of the Church of England humbly presented to His Majesty by the Reverend ministers of the Presbyterian perswasion.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1675] Two disputations of original sin I. of original sin as from Adam, II. of original sin as from our neerer parents : written long ago for a more private use, and now published (with a preface) upon the invitation of Dr. T. Tullie / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] The true history of councils enlarged and defended against the deceits of a pretended vindicator of the primitive church, but indeed of the tympanite & tyranny of some prelates many hundred years after Christ, with a detection of the false history of Edward Lord Bishop of Corke and Rosse in Ireland ... and a preface abbreviating much of Ludolphus's History of Habassta : written to shew their dangerous errour, who think that a general council, or colledge of bishops, is a supream governour of all the Christian world ... / by Richard Baxter ... ; to which is added by another hand, a defence of a book, entituled, No evidence for diocesan churches ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [in the year, 1680] A true believer's choice and pleasure Instanced in the exemplary life of Mrs Mary Coxe, the late wife of Doctor Thomas Coxe. Preached for her funeral by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] The true and only way of concord of all the Christian churches the desirableness of it, and the detection of false dividing terms / opened by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1689] A treatise of knowledge and love compared in two parts: I. of falsely pretended knowledge, II. of true saving knowledge and love ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1675] A treatise of self-denial. By Richard Baxter, pastor of the church at Kederminster
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] A treatise of episcopacy confuting by Scripture, reason, and the churches testimony that sort of diocesan churches, prelacy and government, which casteth out the primitive church-species, episcopacy, ministry and discipline and confoundeth the Christian world by corruption, usurpation, schism and persecution : meditated in the year 1640, when the et cætera oath was imposed : written 1671 and cast by : published 1680 by the importunity of our superiours, who demand the reasons of our nonconformity / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] A treatise of death, the last enemy to be destroyed shewing wherein its enmity consisteth and how it is destroyed : part of it was preached at the funerals [sic] of Elizabeth, the late wife of Mr. Joseph Baker ... / by Rich. Baxter ; with some few passages of the life of the said Mrs. Baker observed.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1656] Three treatises tending to awaken secure sinners by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] A third defence of the cause of peace proving 1. the need of our concord, 2. the impossibility of it, on the terms of the present impositions against the accusations and storms of, viz., Mr. John Hinckley, a nameless impleader, a nameless reflector, or Speculum, &c., Mr. John Cheny's second accusation, Mr. Roger L'Strange, justice, &c., the Dialogue between the Pope and a fanatic, J. Varney's phanatic Prophesie / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] The successive visibility of the church of which the Protestants are the soundest members I. defended against the opposition of Mr. William Johnson, II. proved by many arguments / by Richard Baxter ; whereunto is added 1. an account of my judgement to Mr. J. how far hereticks are or are not in the church, 2. Mr. Js. explication of the most used terms, with my queries thereupon, and his answer and my reply, 3. an appendix about successive ordination, 4. letters between me and T.S., a papist, with a narrative of the success.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [Anno Dom. 1665] Short instructions for the sick: Especially who by contagion, or otherwise, are deprived of the presence of a faithfull pastor. / By Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] A sermon preached at the funeral of that faithful minister of Christ, Mr. John Corbet with his true and exemplary character / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] A sermon of repentance preached before the honourable House of Commons, assembled in Parliament at Westminster, at their late solemn fast for the setling of these nations, April 30, 1660 / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1655] A sermon of iudgement preached at Pauls before the Honourable Lord Maior and aldermen of the city of London, Dec. 17, 1654 and now enlarged / Rich. Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] A second true defence of the meer nonconformists against the untrue accusations, reasonings, and history of Dr. Edward Stillingfleet ... clearly proving that it is (not sin but) duty 1. not wilfully to commit the many sins of conformity, 2. not sacrilegiously to forsake the preaching of the Gospel, 3. not to cease publick worshipping of God, 4. to use needful pastoral helps for salvation ... / written by Richard Baxter ... ; with some notes on Mr. Joseph Glanviles Zealous and impartial Protestant, and Dr. L. Moulins character.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1675?] Select arguments and reasons against popery by R. Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1657] A second sheet for the ministry iustifying our calling against Quakers, seekers, and papists and all that deny us to be the ministers of Christ by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] The second part of The nonconformists plea for peace being an account of their principles about civil and ecclesiastical authority and obedience ... : mostly written many years past, and now published to save our lives and the kingdoms peace, from the false and bloody plotters ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1671] A second admonition to Mr. Edward Bagshaw written to call him to repentance for many false doctrines, crimes, and specially fourscore palpable untruths in matter of fact ... : with a confutation of his reasons for separation ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1690] The Scripture Gospel defended, and Christ, grace, and free justification vindicated against the libertines ... in two books : the first, a breviate of fifty controversies about justification ... : the second upon the sudden reviving of antinomianism ... and the re-printing of Dr. Crisp's sermons with additions ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] A search for the English schismatick by the case and characters I. of the diocesan canoneers, II. of the present meer nonconformists : not as an accusation of the former, but a necessary defence of the later, so far as they are wrongfully accused and persecuted by them / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1684] Schism detected in both extreams, or, Two sorts of sinful separation the first part detecteth the schismatical principles of a resolver of three cases about church-communion, the second part confuteth the separation pleaded for in a book famed to be written by Mr. Raphson.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1650] The saints everlasting rest, or, A treatise of the blessed state of the saints in their enjoyment of God in glory wherein is shewed its excellency and certainty, the misery of those that lose it, the way to attain it, and assurance of it, and how to live in the continual delightful forecasts of it and now published by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1662] A saint or a brute the certain necessity and excellency of holiness, &c. ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1657] The safe religion, or, Three disputations for the reformed catholike religion against popery proving that popery is against the Holy Scriptures, the unity of the catholike church, the consent of the antient doctors, the plainest reason, and common judgment of sense it self / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1672] Sacrilegious desertion of the holy ministery rebuked, and tolerated preaching of the gospel vindicated, against the reasonings of a confident questionist, in a book called Toleration not abused; with counsil to the nonconformists, and petition to the pious conformists / by one that is consecrated to the sacred ministry, and is resolved not to be a deserter of it ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1676] Roman tradition examined, as it is urged as infallible against all mens senses, reason, the Holy Scripture, the tradition and present judgment of the far greatst part of the Universal Church; in the point of transubstantiation; in answer to a book called A rational discourse of transubstantiation.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1653] The right method for a settled peace of conscience, and spiritual comfort in 32 directions : written for the use of a troubled friend / and now published by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] Richard Baxters answer to Dr. Edward Stillingfleet's charge of separation containing, I. some queries necessary for the understanding of his accusation, II. a reply to his letter which denyeth a solution, III. an answer to his printed sermon : humbly tendred, I. to himself, II. to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and the court of aldermen, III. to the readers of his accusation, the forum where we are accused.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] Richard Baxter's penitent confession and his necessary vindication in answer to a book called The second part of the mischiefs of separation, written by an unnamed author with a preface to Mr. Cantianus D. Minimis, in answer to his letter which extorted this publication.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1683] Richard Baxter's farewel sermon prepared to have been preached to his hearers at Kidderminster at his departure, but forbidden.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1683] Richard Baxter's dying thoughts upon Phil. I, 23 written for his own life and the latter times of his corporal pains and weakness.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1675] Richard Baxter's Catholick theologie plain, pure, peaceable, for pacification of the dogmatical word-warriours who, 1. by contending about things unrevealed or not understood, 2. and by taking verbal differences for real,
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1662] Richard Baxter his account to his dearly beloved, the inhabitants of Kidderminster, of the causes of his being forbidden by the Bishop of Worcester to preach within his diocess with the Bishop of Worcester's letter in answer thereunto : and some short animadversions upon the said bishops letter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1654] Rich. Baxters apology against the modest exceptions of Mr. T. Blake and the digression of Mr. G. Kendall whereunto is added animadversions on a late dissertation of Ludiomæus Colvinus, aliaà Ludovicus Molinæs̳, M. Dr. Oxon, and an admonition of Mr. W. Eyre of Salisbury : with Mr. Crandon's Anatomy for satisfaction of Mr. Caryl.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1676] Rich. Baxter's review of the state of Christian's infants whether they should be entered in covenant with God by baptism ... or whether Christ, the Saviour of the world, hath shut all mankind out of his visible kingdom ... 'till they come of age? : occasioned by the importunity of Mr. E. Hutchinson (and of Mr. Danvers and Mr. Tombes) who called him to this review in order to his retractation [sic] ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] A reply to Mr. Tho. Beverley's answer to my reasons against his doctrine of the thousand years middle kingdom, and of the conversion of the Jews by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1696] Reliquiæ Baxterianæ, or, Mr. Richard Baxters narrative of the most memorable passages of his life and times faithfully publish'd from his own original manuscript by Matthew Sylvester.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1667] The reasons of the Christian religion the first part, of godliness, proving by natural evidence the being of God ... : the second part, of Christianity, proving by evidence supernatural and natural, the certain truth of the Christian belief ... / by Richard Baxter ... ; also an appendix defending the soul's immortality against the Somatists or Epicureans and other pseudo-philosophers.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] The ready way of confuting Mr. Baxter a specimen of the present mode of controversie in England.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1689] R. Baxter's sence of the subscribed articles of religion
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1655] The Quakers catechism, or, The Quakers questioned, their questions answered, and both published for the sake of those of them that have not yet sinned unto death and of those ungrounded novices that are most in danger of their seduction / by R[i]chard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1692] The Protestant religion truely stated and justified by the late Reverend Mr. Richard Baxter ; prepared for the press some time before his death ; whereunto is added, by way of preface, some account of the learned author, by Mr. Danel Williams and Mr. Matthew Sylvester.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] Poetical fragments heart-imployment with God and it self : the concordant discord of a broken-healed heart ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] Pneumatou diakonia, or, Gospel-churches a standing ordinance of Jesus Christ to continue to his next personal glorious coming, plainly proved : objections particularly answer'd / by an unworthy servant ... R.B.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [MDCLXI 1661] A petition for peace with the reformation of the liturgy, as it was presented to the right reverend bishops, by the divines appointed by His Majesties commission to treat with them about the alteration of it.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [MDCLXXXV 1685] A paraphrase on the New Testament with notes, doctrinal and practical, by plainess and brevity fitted to the use of religious families, in their daily reading of the Scriptures : and of the younger and poorer sort of scholars and ministers, who want fuller helps : with an advertisement of difficulties in the Revelations / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1657] One sheet against the Quakers by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1657] One sheet for the ministry against the malignants of all sorts by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1675] Of the imputation of Christ's righteousness to believers in what sence [sic] sound Protestants hold it and of the false divised sence by which libertines subvert the Gospel : with an answer to some common objections, especially of Dr. Thomas Tully whose Justif. Paulina occasioneth the publication of this / by Richard Baxter a compassionate lamenter of the Church's wounds caused by hasty judging ... and by the theological wars which are hereby raised and managed ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] Of the immortality of mans soul, and the nature of it and other spirits. Two discourses, one in a letter to an unknown doubter, the other in a reply to Dr. Henry Moore's Animadversions on a private letter to him, which he published in his second edition of Mr. Joseph Glanvil's Sadducismus triumphatus, or, History of apparitions by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] Of national churches their description, institution, use, preservation, danger, maladies and cure, partly applied to England / written by Richard Baxter for promoting peace ... and for the fuller explication of the Treaty for Concord in 1660 and 1661, and of the Kings gracious declaration about ecclesiastical affairs ... and for further explication of his treatise of episcopacy ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] Of justification four disputations clearing and amicably defending the truth against the unnecessary oppositions of divers learned and reverend brethren / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1662] Now or never the holy, serious, diligent believer justified, encouraged, excited and directed, and the opposers and neglecters convinced by the light of Scripture and reason / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1679] The nonconformists plea for peace, or, An account of their judgment in certain things in which they are misunderstood written to reconcile and pacifie such as by mistaking them hinder love and concord / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] The nature and immortality of the soul proved in answer to one who professed perplexing doubtfulness / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] The nonconformists advocate, or, A farther account of their judgment in certain things in which they are misunderstood written principally in vindication of A letter from a minister to a person of quality, shewing some reasons for his nonconformity, modesty answering the exceptions of two violent opposers of the said reasons.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1677] Naked popery, or, The naked falshood of a book called The Catholick naked truth, or, The Puritan convert to apostolical Christianity, written by W.H. opening their fundamental errour of unwritten tradition, and their unjust description of the Puritans, the prelatical Protestant, and the papist, and their differences, and better acquainting the ignorant of the same difference, especially what a Puritan and what a papist is / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1692] Mr. Richard Baxter's paraphrase on the Psalms of David in metre with other hymns / left fitted for the press by his own hand.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1697] Mr. Richard Baxter's last legacy in select admonitions and directions to all sober dissenters.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] Mr. Baxters rules & directions for family duties shewing how every one ought to behave himself in a Christian behaviour, suitable to that relation in which God hath placed him : wherein is set forth the duty of parents (required of God) towards their children, likewise childrens duty to their parents, husbands to their wives, and wives to their husbands, masters to their servants, and servants duty to their masters ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] Mr. Baxter's vindication of the Church of England in her rites and ceremonies, discipline, and church-orders as faithfully taken out of his own writings, without either false citation, or fraudulent alteration : to which is prefixed his epistle to the non-conformists, being a just and true abstract of his book entituled, A defence of the principles of love.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1684] Mr. Baxter's judgment and reasons against communicating with the parish-assemblies, as by law required, impartially stated and proposed
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1672] More reasons for the Christian religion and no reason against it, or, A second appendix to the Reasons of the Christian religion being I. an answer to a letter from an unknown person charging the Holy Scriptures with contradictions, II. some animadversions on a tractate De Veritate, written by ... Edward Herbert, Baron of Cherbury ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1675] More proofs of infants church-membership and consequently their right to baptism, or, A second defence of our infant rights and mercies in three parts ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] A moral prognostication I. what shall befall the churches on Earth, till their concord, by the restitution of their primitive purity, simplicity, and charity, II. how that restitution is like to be made, (if ever) and what shall befall them thence-forth unto the end, in that golden-age of love / written by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1696] Monthly preparations for the Holy Communion by R.B. ; to which is added suitable meditations before, in, and after receiving ; with divine hymns in common tunes, fitted for publick congregations or private families.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1662] The mischiefs of self-ignorance and the benefits of self-acquaintance opened in divers sermons at Dunstan's-West and published in answer to the accusations of some and the desires of others / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1690] Memorables of the life of faith taken out of Mr. B's sermon preached before the King at Whitehall : published thus for the poor that want money and memory / by one desirous to promote the common salvation.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] Making light of Christ and salvation too oft the issue of gospel invitations manifested in a sermon preached at Lawrence-dury, in London, by Rich. Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1670] The life of faith in three parts, the first is a sermon on Heb. 11, 1, formerly preached before His Majesty, and published by his command, with another added for the fuller application : the second is instructions for confirming believers in the Christian faith : the third is directions how to live by faith, or how to exercise it upon all occasions / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] The last work of a believer his passing prayer recommending his departing spirit to Christ to be received by Him / prepared for the funerals of Mary the widow first of Francis Charlton Esq. and after of Thomas Hanmer, Esq., and partly preached at St. Mary Magdalens Church in Milk-Street, London, and now, at the desire of her daughter, reprinted by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1676] The judgment of non-conformists of the interest of reason in matters of religion in which it is proved against make-bates, that both conformists, and non-conformists, and all parties of true Protestants are herein really agreed, though unskilful speakers differ in words.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1659] A key for Catholicks, to open the jugling of the Jesuits, and satisfie all that are but truly willing to understand, whether the cause of the Roman or reformed churches be of God ... containing some arguments by which the meanest may see the vanity of popery, and 40 detections of their fraud, with directions, and materials sufficient for the confutation of their voluminous deceits ... : the second part sheweth (especially against the French and Grotians) that the Catholick Church is not united in any meerly humane head, either Pope or council / by Richard Baxter, a Catholick Christian and Pastor of a church ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1676] The judgment of non-conformists about the difference between grace and morality
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1667] The judgment of Mr. Baxter concerning ceremonies and conformity with a short reflection upon a scandalous pamphlet intituled, A proposition for the safety and happiness of the king and kingdom : in a letter to a gentleman of the House of Commons.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] The invaluable price of an immortal soul shewing the vanity of most people in taking care for the body, but neglect their duty as to the preservation of their never-dying souls : with advice to secure sinners to examine themselves before it be too late, that when death shall come to separate their souls from their bodies, they may be in a condition to welcome death for that happy change which all prepared Christians will ever rejoyce in : very necessary for all people to read and consider who would willingly be accounted true Christians : with large admonition to prayer as a duty most incumbant upon all who desire to obtain everlasting life through Christ Jesus.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1652] The humble petition of many thousands, gentlemen, free-holders, and others, of the county of Worcester, to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. In behalf of the able, faithful, godly ministry of this nation. Delivered by Colonel Jeff Bridges, and Mr. Thomas Foly, December 22. 1652. VVith the Parliaments answer thereunto.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] How to do good to many, or, The publick good is the Christians life directions and motives to it, intended for an auditory of London citizens, and published for them, for want of leave to preach them / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1671] How far holinesse is the design of Christianity where the nature of holiness and morality is opened, and the doctrine of justification, imputation of sin and righteousness, &c. partly cleared, and vindicated from abuse : in certain propositions, returned to an unknown person, referring to Mr. Fowlers treatise on this subject / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1692] The grand question resolved, what we must do to be saved instructions for a holy life / by the late Reverend Divine, Mr. Richard Baxter ; recommended to the bookseller a few days before his death to be immediately printed for the good of souls.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1661] The grand debate between the most reverend bishops and the Presbyterian divines appointed by His Sacred Majesty as commissioners for the review and alteration of the Book of common prayer, &c. : being an exact account of their whole proceedings : the most perfect copy.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1671] Gods goodness vindicated for the help of such (especially in melancholy) as are tempted to deny it, and think him cruel, because of the present and future misery of mankind, with respect to the doctrine of reprobation and damnation / by Richard Baxter ... ; published and prefaced by a friend at whose desire it was written, and to whom it was committed.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] The glorious kingdom of Christ, described and clearly vindicated against the bold asserters of a future calling and reign of the Jews, and 1000 years before the conflagration and the asserters of the 1000 years kingdom after the conflagration : opening the promise of the new heaven and earth and the everlastingness of Christ's kingdom against their debasing it, who confine it to 1000 years ... : answering Mr. Tho. Beverley ... in his twelve principles and catechisms, &c. / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1656] Gildas Salvianus, the reformed pastor shewing the nature of the pastoral work, especially in private instruction and catechizing : with an open confession of our too open sins : prepared for a day of humiliation kept at Worcester, Decemb. 4, 1655 by the ministers of that county, who subscribed the agreement for catechizing and personal instruction at their entrance upon that work / by their unworthy fellow-servant, Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1674] Full and easie satisfaction which is the true and safe religion in a conference between D. a doubter, P. a papist, and R. a reformed Catholick Christian : in four parts ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1659] Five disputations of church-government and worship by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] Faithful souls shall be with Christ the certainty proved and their Christianity described, and exemplified in the truely Christian life and death of that excellent saint, Henry Ashhurst, Esq ... : briefly and truly published for the conviction of hypocrites and the malignant, the strengthning of believers, and the imitation of all, especially the masters of families in London / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1663] Fair-warning, or, XXV reasons against toleration and indulgence of popery with the Arch-bishop of Canterbury's letter to the King and all the bishops of Irelands protestation to the Parliament to the same purpose : with an answer to the Roman-Catholicks reasons for indulgence : also the excellent reasons of the Honourable House of Commons against indulgence, with historical observations thereupon.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1689] The English nonconformity as under King Charles II and King James II truly stated and argued by Richard Baxter ; who earnestly beseecheth rulers and clergy not to divide and destroy the land and cast their own souls on the dreadful guilt and punishment of national perjury ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1678] Englands warning-piece. To all sleepy secure sinners, Or, The true Christians subjection to Christ as their King and Saviour. Plainly and powerfully setting forth to the heart and conscience, of all careless secure sinners, their great folly and madness in refusing to submit to Jesus Christ as he is tendered in the Gospel. : With many cogent arguments and reasons to perswade all persons to come into Christ for salvation, now in the day of their visitation, before the fire of his wrath be kindled upon them, and the gates of Heaven be shut against them, and they perish for ever. : With some rules and directions how we may attain true happiness. / Gathered from the painful labours of Mr. Richard Baxter, being the substance of a sermon ; Lycensed and entred according to order.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [M.DC.XCI. 1691] An end of doctrinal controversies which have lately troubled the churches by reconciling explication without much disputing. Written by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1671] The duty of heavenly meditation reviewed by Richard Baxter at the invitation of Mr. Giles Firmin's exceptions in his book entituled, The real Christian.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1664] The divine life in three treatises ... by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1671] The divine appointment of the Lords day proved as a separated day for holy worship, especially in the church assemblies, and consequently the cessation of the seventh day Sabbath : written for the satisfaction of some religious persons who are lately drawn into error or doubting in both these points / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1669] Directions for weak distempered Christians, to grow up to a confirmed state of grace with motives opening the lamentable effects of their weaknesses and distempers / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] Directions and perswasions to a sound conversion for prevention of that deceit and damnation of souls, and of those scandals, heresies, and desperate apostasies that are the consequents of a counterfeit, or superficial change / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1671] The difference between the power of magistrates and church-pastors and the Roman kingdom & magistracy under the name of a church & church-government usurped by the Pope, or liberally given him by popish princes opened by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1671] A defence of the principles of love, which are necessary to the unity and concord of Christians and are delivered in a book called The cure of church-divisions ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] The defence of the nonconformists plea for peace, or, An account of the matter of their nonconformity against Mr. J. Cheney's answer called The conforming nonconformist, and The nonconforming conformist : to which is added the second part in answer to Mr. Cheney's Five undertakings / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1693] Dattodiad y qwestiwn mawr, beth sydd raid i ni ei wneuthur fel y byddom gadwedig. Athrawiaethau i fuchedd sanctaidd. / O waith y disinydd parchedig Mr. Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1683] The dangerous schismatick clearly detected and fully confuted for the saving of a distracted nation from that which would destroy Christian love and unity : occasioned by a resolver of three cases about church-communion / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1670] The cure of church-divisions, or, Directions for weak Christians to keep them from being dividers or troublers of the church with some directions to the pastors how to deal with such Christians / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] The crucifying of the world by the cross of Christ with a preface to the nobles, gentlemen, and all the rich, directing them how they may be richer / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] Confirmation and restauration the necessary means of reformation, and reconciliation; for the healing of the corruptions and divisions of the churches: submissively, but earnestly tendered to the consideration of the soveraigne powers, magistrates, ministers, and people, that they may awake, and be up and doing in the execution of so much, as appeareth to be necessary as they are true to Christ, his Church and Gospel, and to their own and others souls, and to the peace and wellfare of the nations; and as they will answer the neglect to Christ, at their peril. / By Richard Baxter, an unworthy minister of Christ, that longeth to see the healing of the churches.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] Compassionate counsel to all young men especially I. London apprentices, II. students of divinity, physick, and law, III. the sons of magistrates and rich men / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1680] Church-history of the government of bishops and their councils abbreviated including the chief part of the government of Christian princes and popes, and a true account of the most troubling controversies and heresies till the Reformation ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1672] The church told of Mr. Ed. Bagshaw's scandals and warned of the dangerous snares of Satan now laid for them in his love-killing principles with a farther proof that it is our common duty to keep up the interest of the Christian religion and Protestant cause in the parish churches, and not to imprison them by a confinement to tolerated meetings alone / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] Church concord containing I. a disswasive from unnecessary division and separation, and the real concord of the moderate independents with the Presbyterians, instanced in ten seeming differences, II. by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1693] The Christians converse with God, or, The insufficiency and uncertainty of human friendship and the improvement of solitude in converse with God with some of the author's breathings after him / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] The Christian religion expressed I, briefly in the ancient creeds, the Ten commandments, and the Lords prayer, and, II, more largely in a profession taken out of the Holy Scriptures, containing 1, the articles of the Christian belief, 2, our consent to the gospel covenant, 3, the sum of Christian duty, according to the primitive simplicity, purity, and practice, fitted to the right instruction of the ignorant, the promoting of holiness, and the charitable concord of all true believers ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1673] A Christian directory, or, A summ of practical theologie and cases of conscience directing Christians how to use their knowledge and faith, how to improve all helps and means, and to perform all duties, how to overcome temptations, and to escape or mortifie every sin : in four parts ... / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] The certainty of the worlds of spirits and, consequently, of the immortality of souls of the malice and misery of the devils and the damned : and of the blessedness of the justified, fully evinced by the unquestionable histories of apparitions, operations, witchcrafts, voices &c. / written, as an addition to many other treatises for the conviction of Sadduces and infidels, by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1672] The certainty of Christianity without popery, or, Whether the Catholick-Protestant or the papist have the surer faith being an answer to one of the oft canted questions and challenges of the papists, sent to one who desired this : published to direct the unskilful, how to defend their faith against papists and infidels, but especially against the temptations of the Devil, that by saving their faith, they may save their holiness, their comfort and their souls / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] Certain disputations of right to sacraments, and the true nature of visible Christianity defending them against several sorts of opponents, especially against the second assault of that pious, reverend and dear brother Mr. Thomas Blake / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1660] Catholick vnity, or, The only way to bring us all to be of one religion by Rich. Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1684] Catholick communion doubly defended by Dr. Owens, vindicator, and Richard Baxter and the state of that communion opened, and the questions discussed, whether there be any displeasure at sin, or repentance for it in Heaven : with a parallel of the case of using a faulty translation of Scripture, and a faulty lyturgy.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1684] Catholick communion defended against both extreams, and unnecessary division confuted in five parts ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1658] A call to the unconverted to turn and live and accept of mercy while mercy may be had as ever they would find mercy in the day of their extremity from the living God / by his unworthy servant, Richard Baxter ; to be read in families where any are unconverted.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1683] The catechizing of families a teacher of housholders how to teach their housholds : useful also to school-masters and tutors of youth : for those that are past the common small chatechisms [sic], and would grow to a more rooted faith, and to the fuller understanding of all that is commonly needful to a safe, holy comfortable and profitable life / written by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1689] Cain and Abel malignity that is, enmity to serious godliness, that is, to an holy and heavenly state of heart and life : lamented, described, detected, and unananswerably [sic] proved to be the devilish nature, and the militia of the devil against God and Christ and the church and kingdoms, and the surest sign of a state of damnation / by Richard Baxter, or, Gildas Salvianus ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] A breviate of the life of Margaret, the daughter of Francis Charlton ... and wife of Richard Baxter ... : there is also published the character of her mother, truly described in her published funeral sermon, reprinted at her daughters request, called, The last work of a believer, his passing-prayer recommending his departing spirit to Christ, to be received by him.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1655] The arrogancy of reason against divine revelations, repressed, or, Proud ignorance the cause of infidelity, and of mens quarrelling with the word of God
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1674] An appeal to the light, or, Richard Baxter's account of four accused passages of a sermon on Eph. I,3 published in hope either to procure the convincing instructions of the wise, or to humble and stop the erroneous resisters of the truth.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1681] An apology for the nonconformists ministry containing I. the reasons of their preaching, II. an answer to the accusations urged as reasons for the silencing of about 2000 by Bishop Morley ..., III. reasons proving it the duty and interest of the bishops and conformists to endeavour earnestly their restoration : with a postscript upon oral debates with Mr. H. Dodwell, against his reasons for their silence ... : written in 1668 and 1669, for the most of it, and now published as an addition to the defence against Dr. Stillingfleet, and as an account to the silencers of the reasons of our practice / by Richard Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1655] Aphorismes of justification, with their explication annexed wherein also is opened the nature of the covenants, satisfaction, righteousnesse, faith, works, &c. : published especially for the use of the church of Kederminster in Worcestershire / by their unworthy teacher Ri. Baxter.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] An answer to Mr. Dodwell and Dr. Sherlocke, confuting an universal humane church-supremacy aristocratical and monarchical, as church-tyranny and popery : and defending Dr. Isaac Barrow's treatise against it by Richard Baxter ; preparatory to a fuller treatise against such an universal soveraignty as contrary to reason, Christianity, the Protestant profession, and the Church of England, though the corrupters usurp that title.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1691] Against the revolt to a foreign jurisdiction, which would be to England its perjury, church-ruine, and slavery in two parts ... / by Richard Baxter ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1683] Additions to the poetical fragments of Rich. Baxter written for himself and communicated to such as are more for serious verse than smooth.
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1682] Additional notes on the life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, the late universally honoured and loved Lord Chief Justice of the Kings Bench written by Richard Baxter at the request of Edward Stephens, Esq. ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. / [1661] An accompt of all the proceedings of the commissioners of both persvvasions appointed by His Sacred Majesty, according to letters patent, for the review of the Book of common prayer, &c.
Bayard, Nicholas, 1644-1707. / [1693] A narrative of an attempt made by the French of Canada upon the Mohaques country being Indians under the protection of Their Majesties government of New York : to which is added, 1. An account of the present state, and strength of Canada, given by two Dutch-men, who have been prisoner, 3. His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher's speech to the Indians, 4. The answer of the five nations of the Mohaques to His Excellency, 5. Proposals made by the four chief sachims of the five nations, to His Excellency, and His Excellency's reply thereto, 6. An address from the corporation of Albany to His Excellency, returning thanks for His Excellency's early assistance for their relief, &c. / a journal kept by Coll. Nicholas Beyard and Lieut. Coll. Charles Lodwick, who attended His Excellency in this expedition.
Bayard, Nicholas, 1644-1707. / [1693] A journal of the late actions of the French at Canada with the manner of their being repuls'd by His Excellency, Benjamin Fletcher, Their Majesties governour of New-York / impartially related by Coll. Nicholas Reyard [sic], and Lieutenant Coll. Charles Lodowick, who attended His Excellency during the whole expedition ...
Bayfield, Robert, b. 1629. / [1662] Tractatus de tumoribus praeter naturam, or, A treatise of preternatural tumors divided into four sections and adorned with many choice and rare observations / by Robert Bayfield ...
Bayfield, Robert, b. 1629. / [1663] Tes iatrikes kartos, or, A treatise de morborum capitis essentiis & pronosticis adorned with above three hundred choice and rare observations ... / by Robert Bayfield ...
Bayly, Lewis, d. 1631. / [1613] The practise of pietie directing a Christian how to walke that he may please God.
Bayly, Lewis, d. 1631. / [1695] The practice of piety directing a Christian how to walk, that he may please God / amplified by the author
Bayly, Thomas, d. 1657? / [1679] The wall-flower as it grew out of the stone-chamber belonging to the metropolitan prison of London called Newgate : being a history which is partly true, partly romantick, morally divine : whereby a marriage between reality and fancy is solemnized by divinity / written by Thomas Bayly ... whilst he was prisoner there.
Bayly, Thomas, d. 1657? / [1649] The royal charter granted unto kings, by God himself and collected out of his Holy Word, in both Testaments / by T.B. ... ; whereunto is added by the same author, a short treatise, wherein Episcopacy is proved to be jure divino.
Bayly, Thomas, d. 1657? / [1651] Certamen religiosum, or, A conference between the late King of England and the late Lord Marquesse of Worcester concerning religion together with a vindication of the Protestant cause from the pretences of the Marquesse his last papers which the necessity of the King's affaires denyed him oportunity to answer.
Baynes Roger, 1546-1623. / [1577] The praise of solitarinesse set down in the forme of a dialogue, wherein is conteyned, a discourse philosophical, of the lyfe actiue, and contemplatiue.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1618] The trial of a Christians estate: or a discouerie of the causes, degrees, signes and differences of the apostasie both of the true Christians and false in a sermon preached in London by Master Paul Bayne, and afterward sent in writing by him to his friend W.F.
Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. / [1621 i.e. 1641] The diocesans tryall wherein all the sinnewes of Doctor Dovvnhams defence are brought into three heads, and orderly dissolved / by M. Paul Baynes ; published by Dr. William Amis ...
Baynton, Edward, Sir, 1618?-1679. / [January 22, 1642 i.e. 1643] A letter to the Earle of Pembroke from Sir Edvvard Baynton in Glocester shewing the true manner how himselfe and Captaine Edward Eyre were surprised at Malmsbury by two lieutenant collonels under the Earl of Stamfords command upon pretended ground and contrary to some scandalous relations in print ; with the reasons inducing him formerly to seize upon Sir Edward Hungerford.
Bazan, Álvaro de, marquês de Santa Cruz, 1526-1588. / [1583?] Relation of the expongnable attempt and conquest of the yland of Tercera, and all the ylands thereto adioyning: don by Don Albaro de Bacan, Marques of Santa crnz [sic], the cheefe comme[n]dador of Leon, and captayne generall of his Maiestie. And of all the enemies that were in the sayd ylande, and of the bulwarkes, artilerie, and munitions of the citie of Angra, and townes and vilages thereto belonging: and of the dwellers therin, and of all the punishment that was done vpon them. Done in An. 1583
Bazan, Álvaro de, marquês de Santa Cruz, 1526-1588. / [1583?] A discourse of that which happened in the battell fought betweene the two navies of Spaine and Portugall, at the Ilands of the Azores. Anno Dom. 1582