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By-stander. / [February 14, 1680] The Catholick gamesters, or, A dubble match of bowleing with an account of a sharp conference held on the eve of St. Jago between His Holiness and the Mahometan dons in St. Katherines Bastile ... : to the tune of The plot in the meal-tub, or, Tan-ta-ra-ra-ra make shift / published by a by-stander to prevent false reports.
Byam, William, 1623-1670. / [1665] An exact relation of the most execrable attempts of John Allin committed on the person of His Excellency Francis Lord Willoughby of Parham, Captain General of the continent of Guiana and of all the Caribby-Islands, and our Lord Proprietor
Byfield, Adoniram, d. 1660. / [Octob. 27, 1642] A letter sent from a worthy divine to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of the city of London being a true relation of the battaile fought betweene His Majesty and His Excellence the Earle of Essex : from Warwicke castle the 24 of October 1642, at two a clock in the morning : together with a prayer for the happy uniting of the King and Parliament, fit to be used by all good Christians daily in their houses.
Byfield, Nathanael, 1653-1733. / [1689] An account of the late revolution in New-England together with the declaration of the gentlemen, merchants, and inhabitants of Boston and the country adjacent : April 18, 1689 / written by Mr. Nathanael Byfield ...
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1614] The signes or An essay concerning the assurance of Gods loue, and mans saluation gathered out of the holy Scriptures. By Nicholas Byfield, one of the preachers for the citty of Chester.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1617] Sermons vpon the first chapter of the first epistle generall of Peter Wherein method, sense, doctrine and vse is with great varietie of matter profitably handled. By Nicholas Byfeild preacher of Gods word at Isleworth in Middlesex. The rest of the epistle may be published in due time, if God will.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1626] Sermons upon the ten first verses of the third chapter of the first Epistle of S. Peter Being the last that were preached by the late faithfull and painfull minister of Gods word, Nicolas Byfield. Wherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great varietie of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of divinitie largely discussed. Published since the authors death by William Gouge.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1619] The rules of a holy life. Or A treatise containing the holy order of our liues, prescribed in the Scripture concerning our carriage: towards God, towards men, towards our selues. With generall rules of preparation, that concerne either the helps, or the maner of a holy conuersation. By N. Bifield preacher of Gods Word at Isleworth in Middlesex.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1626] The rule of faith, or, An exposition of the Apostles Creed so handled as it affordeth both milke for babes, and strong meat for such as are at full age / by ... Nicholas Bifield ; ... now published ... by his sonne, Adoniram Bifield.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1619] The promises: or, A treatise shewing how a godly Christian may support his heart with comfort against all the distresses which by reason of any afflictions or temptations can befall him in this life. Containing al the most comfortable places through the whole Bible, orderly digested. By N. Bifield preacher of Gods Word at Isleworth in Middlesex.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1625] The principall grounds of Christian religion Briefely and plainly propounded by way of question and answere for the instructing of the younger sort. By that late and worthy diuine Mr. N. Byfield.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1618] The paterne of wholsome words. Or a collection of such truths as are of necessity to be belieued vnto saluation separated out of the body of all theologie made euident by infallible plaine proofes of Scripture. And withall, the seuerall vses such principles should be put to, are abundantly shevved. A proiect much desired, and of singular vse for all sorts of Christians. By N. Bifeild [sic], preacher of Gods word at Isleworth in Middlesex.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1630] The marrovv of the oracles of God. Or, diuers treatises containing directions about sixe of the waightiest things can concerne a Christian in this life. by N. Bifield, late preacher of Gods Word at Isleworth in Middlesex.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1615] An exposition vpon the Epistle to the Colossians Wherein, not onely the text is methodically analysed, and the sence of the words, by the help of vvriters, both ancient and moderne is explayned: but also, by doctrine and vse, the intent of the holy Ghost is in euery place more fully vnfolded and vrged. ... Being, the substance of neare seauen yeeres vveeke-dayes sermons, of N. Byfield, late one of the preachers for the citie of Chester.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1618] Directions for the priuate reading of the Scriptures wherein besides the number of chapters assigned to euery day, the order and drift of the whole Scriptures is methodically set downe: and choice rules (that shew how to read with profit) are likewise giuen: the vse whereof is shewed in the preface. By Nicolas Bifeild preacher of Gods word at Isleworth in Middlesex.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1618] The cure of the feare of death Shewing the course Christians may take to bee deliuered from these feares about death, which are found in the hearts of the most. A treatise of singular use for all sorts. By Nicholas Bifeild, Preacher of Gods word at Isleworth in Middelsex.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [1623] A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed. By Nicholas Byfield, late preacher of God's Word at Isle-worth in Middlesex.
Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. / [M DC XXXVII. 1637] A commentary upon the three first chapters of the first Epistle generall of St. Peter VVherin are most judiciously and profitably handled such points of doctrine as naturally flow from the text. Together with a very usefull application thereof: and many good rules for a godly life. By Nicholas Byfield preacher of Gods Word at Isleworth in Middlesex. To which is now newly added an alphabeticall table, not formerly published.
Byfield, T. (Timothy) / [1695] A short discourse on the rise, nature, and management of the small-pox, and all putrid fevers occasioned by the death of our late incomparable queen : together with a philosophical account of an excellent remedy for these and many other diseases / by T. Byfield ...
Byfield, T. (Timothy) / [1687] A short and plain account of the late-found Balsamick Wells at Hoxdon, and of their excellent virtues above other mineral waters, which make 'em effectually cure most diseases, both inward and outward with directions how to use 'em / by T. Byfield, M.D.
Byfield, T. (Timothy) / [MDCXCV 1695] Horæ subsecivæ, or, Some long-vacation hours redeem'd for the discovery of the true sal volatile oleosum of the ancient philosophers now happily regain'd to the materia medica : and distinguish'd from all other preparations, partly by the senses, but more effectually by its medicinal performances, totally extirpating the saline stem of acids (the root of most diseases) and inferring the volatile oleose temper, the standard of health in humane bodies / by T. Byfield ...
Byfield, T. (Timothy) / [1684] The artificial spaw, or, Mineral-waters to drink imitating the German spaw-water in its delightful and medicinal operations on humane bodies, &c. / by T. Byfield.
Byll, Thomas. / [1630?] A godly song, entituled, A farewell to the vvorld, made by a godly Christian, named Thomas Byll, being the parish clerke of West-Felton, as he lay vpon his death-bed shewing the vanitie of the world, and his desire to be dissolued. To the tune of, Fortune my foe
Byrd, William, 1542 or 3-1623. / [1651] Parthenia, or The mayden-head of the first musicke that ever vvas printed for the virginalls. Composed by three famous masters: William Byrd, Dr: John Bull, & Orlando Gibbons, gentlemen of his Majesties chappell. Dedicated to all the masters and lovers of musick
Byrne, Gerrald. / [1699] Several instances of the wrongs and oppressions by Q's and R's, suffered by the sailers of the English navy from the beginning of the late war most humbly presented to the fountain of justice, the Parliament of England.
Byrom, John. / [1681] The necessity of subjection asserted in an assise-sermon preached in the Cathedral Church at Sarum, July 17, 1681 / by John Byrom ...
Byron, John Byron, Baron, 1598 or 9-1652. / [1643. i.e. 1644] Two letters from the Lord Byron to His Excellence the Marques of Newcastle, the one dated the 2. of January, and the other the 5. of January, 1643. Also, a letter from Sir Richard Byron, governour of Newarke, to the Lord Widdrinton, dated the 7. of January, 1643.
Byron, John Byron, Baron, 1598 or 9-1652. / [1643] Sir John Byrons Relation to the secretary, of the last westerne action between the Lord Willmott and Sir William Waller on Thirsday, July 13, 1643 with a list of both their forces, and of their losses.
Byron, John Byron, Baron, 1598 or 9-1652. / [Feb. 10, 1645 i.e. 1646] The Lord Byrons First articles presented to Sir William Brereton before the surrender of the city of Chester vvherein the great ambition of that party doth appear ...