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De Britaine, William. / [1684] A sober enquiry, whether it be lawful for subjects without royal authority to take up arms in defence of the Protestant religion, to prevent popery
De Britaine, William. / [1672] The interest of England in the present war with Holland by the author of The Dutch usurpation.
De Britaine, William. / [MDCLXXXII 1682] Humane prudence, or, The art by which a man may raise himself and fortune to grandeur by A.B.
De Britaine, William. / [1672] The Dvtch vsurpation, or, A brief view of the behaviours of the States-General of the United Provinces, towards the kings of Great Britain with some of their cruelties and injustices exercised upon the subjects of the English nation; as also, a discovery of what arts they have used to arrive at their late grandeur, &c. / by William De Britaine.
De Gols, Gerard. / [1696] Samson, or, The unhappy lover a poem / by Gerard De Gols.
De la Barre, Mr. / [1630] A note of such things as were stollen in Lyons, on Munday night the eleventh of June 1630, in the house which is knowne by the signe of the Sunnes-rising in the street de la Poullaillerie in the said citie of Lyons
De la Garde, Borealis. / [Printed in the Year 1649] Mercurius venereus wherein he relates what hapned to him in his severall shapes and transmigrations, and communicates intelligence from all places except the head quarters / by Borealis de la Garde.
De la Grange. / [1662] Enkyklochoreia, or, Vniversal motion being part of that magnificent entertainment by the noble prince, De la Grange, Lord Lieutenant of Lincolns Inn, presented to the High and Mighty Charles II, Monarck of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, on Friday 3 of January 1662.
De La March, John, ca. 1589-1651. / [1641] A complaint of the false prophets mariners upon the drying up of their hierarchicall Euphrates as it was preached publickly in the Island of Garnezey before a sett order of ministers, expounding in their successive turnes the Revelation of St. John / by John De La March ...
De la Warr, Thomas West, Baron, 1577-1618. / [1611] The relation of the Right Honourable the Lord De-La-Warre, Lord Gouernour and Captaine Generall of the colonie, planted in Virginea
De Laune, Thomas, d. 1685. / [1681] Tropologia, or, A key to open Scripture metaphors the first book containing sacred philology, or the tropes in Scripture, reduc'd under their proper heads, with a brief explication of each / partly translated and partly compil'd from the works of the learned by T.D. The second and third books containing a practical improvement (parallel-wise) of several of the most frequent and useful metaphors, allegories, and express similitudes of the Old and New Testament / by B.K.
De Laune, Thomas, d. 1685. / [1681] The present state of London: or, Memorials comprehending a full and succinct account of the ancient and modern state thereof. By Tho. De-Laune, Gent
De Laune, Thomas, d. 1685. / [1684] A plea for the Non-Conformists giving the true state of the dissenters case, and how far the Conformists separation from the Church of Rome, for their Popish superstitions and traditions introduced into the service of God, justifies the Non-Conformists separation from them for the same : in a letter to Dr. Benjamin Calamy, upon his sermon, called, Scrupulous conscience, inviting hereto : to which is added, A parallel scheme of the pagan, papal and Christian rites and ceremonies : with a narrative of the sufferings underwent for writing, printing and publishing hereof / by Thomas De Laune.
De Laune, Thomas, d. 1685. / [1684] Eikōn tou thēriou, or, The image of the beast shewing by a paralell scheme what a conformist the Church of Rome is to the pagan, and what a nonconformist to the Christian church in i'ts [sic] rites, service and ceremonys, the better to exemplify the true and false church / by T.D.
De Laune, Thomas, d. 1685. / [1683] Compulsion of conscience condemned wherein is plainly demonstrated how inconsistent it is with Scripture, the fundamental laws of England, and common equity &c. / by Tho. De-Laune ...
De Luzancy, H. C. (Hippolyte du Chastelet), d. 1713. / [1679] Reflections on the Council of Trent in three discourses / by H.C. de Luzancy.
Deacon, J. (John) / [1657] The charitable physitian, his hand extended to the curing of that contagious disease called the flux, or griping of the guts with other the most violent distempers now reigning amongst us, also their symptomes, whereby they are known ... / by J. Deacon.
Deacon, John, 17th cent. / [1616] Tobacco tortured, or, The filthie fume of tobacco refined shewing all sorts of subiects, that the inward taking of tobacco fumes, is very pernicious vnto their bodies; too too profluuious for many of their purses; and most pestiferous to the publike state. Exemplified apparently by most fearefull effects: more especially, from their treacherous proiects about the Gun-powder Treason; from their rebellious attempts of late, about their preposterous disparking of certaine inclosures: as also, from sundry other their prodigious practices. ...
Deacon, John, 17th cent. / [1601] A summarie ansvvere to al the material points in any of Master Darel his bookes More especiallie to that one booke of his, intituled, the Doctrine of the possession and dispossession of demoniaks out of the word of God. By Iohn Deacon. Iohn Walker. Preachers.
Deacon, John, 17th cent. / [1657] Nayler's blasphemies discovered, or, Several queries to him proposed with his owne answers thereunto / by a friend to the truth of Christ.
Deacon, John, 17th cent. / [1657] The grand impostor examined: or, The life, tryal, and examination of James Nayler, the seduced and seducing Quaker with the manner of his riding into Bristol. Whereunto is added, the sentence passed upon him by the High Court of Parliament.
Deacon, John, fl. 1585-1616. / [1601] Dialogicall discourses of spirits and divels declaring their proper essence, natures, dispositions, and operations, their possessions and dispossessions : with other the appendantes, peculiarly appertaining to those speciall points, verie conducent, and pertinent to the timely procuring of some Christian conformitie in iudgement, for the peaceable compounding of the late sprong controuersies concerning all such intricate and difficult doubts / by [brace] Iohn Deacon, Iohn Walker...
Deageant, Guichard, d. 1645. / [1690] The memoires of Monsieur Deageant containing the most secret transactions and affairs of France, from the death of Henry IV till the beginning of the ministry of the Cardinal de Richelieu : to which is added a particular relation of the Arch-Bishop of Embrun's voyage into England, and of his negociation for the advancement of the Roman Catholick religion here : together with the Duke of Buckingham's letters to the said Arch-Bishop about the progress of that affair, which happened the last years of King James I, his reign / faithfully translated out of the French original.
Dean, J. (John), fl. 1679-1685. / [MDCLXXXI 1681] The wine-coopers delight to the tune of The delights of the bottle.
Dean, J. (John), fl. 1679-1685. / [1684] Oates's bug---bug --- boarding-school, at Camberwell. A song. : To the tune of, My Lord Russels farewell. / Writ by J. Dean ...
Dean, J. (John), fl. 1679-1685. / [in the year, 1682] The hunting of the fox A new song. To the tune of, Now the Tories that glories, &c.
Dean, J. (John), fl. 1679-1685. / [1682] Iter boreale, or, Tyburn in mourning for the loss of a saint a new song to the tune of Now the Toryes that glories / written by J.D.
Dean, J. (John), fl. 1679-1685. / [1679] The Dutch-miller, and new invented wind-miller, or, An exact description of a rare artist newly come into England who undertake[illegible] to grind all sorts of women; whether old, decriped, wrinckled, blear-eyed, long nosed, blind, lame, scold [illegible]alous, angry, poor, or all others whatsoever: he'l ingage they shall come out of his mill, young, active, ple[ea]nt, handsome, wise, modest, loving, kind and rich, without any defect, or deformity, and just suitable to th[ei]r husbands humours, and dispositions, as he hath often experienced in other countries where he hath m[a]de practice of his art. The rich for money, and the poor for nothing. Tune of, Cook La[illegible]rel, &c. Then bring your wives unto my mill, and young for old you shall have still.
Dean, J. (John), fl. 1679-1685. / [1680?] The badger in the fox-trap, or, A Satyr upon satyrs.
Deane, Edmund, 1582?-1640. / [1626] Spadacrene Anglica Or, the English spavv-fountaine. Being a briefe treatise of the acide, or tart fountaine in the forest of Knaresborow, in the west-riding of Yorkshire. As also a relation of other medicinall waters in the said forest. By Edmund Deane, Dr. in Physicke, Oxon. dwelling in the city of Yorke.
Deane, Thomas, 1651-1735. / [1688] The religion of Mar. Luther, neither Catholick nor Protestant prov'd from his own works with some reflections in answer to the Vindication of Mar. Luther's spirit, printed at the Theater in Oxon ; his vindication being another argument of the schism of the Church of England.
Debes, Lucas Jacobsen, 1623-1675. / [1676] Færoæ & Færoa reserata, that is, A description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg. 10 min. of North latitude : wherein several secrets of nature are brought to light, and some antiquities hitherto kept in darkness discovered / written in Danish by Lucas Jacobson Debes ... ; Englished by J.S. ... ; illustrated with maps.
Decius, Theophilus Philanax Gerusiphilus Philalethes. / [1642] An Answer to the Lord George Digbies apology for himself published Jan 4, Anno Dom. 1642 put in the great court of equity otherwise called the court of conscience, upon the 28th of the same moneth / by Theophilus Philanax Gerusiphilus Philalethes Decius.
Dee, John, 1527-1608. / [1659] A true & faithful relation of what passed for many yeers between Dr. John Dee ... and some spirits tending ... to a general alteration of most states and kingdomes in the world : his private conferences with Rodolphe, Emperor of Germany, Stephen, K. of Poland, and divers other princes about it ... : as also the letters of sundry great men and princes ... to the said D. Dee / out of the original copy written with Dr. Dees own hand, kept in the library of Sir Tho. Cotton, Kt. Baronet ; with a preface confirming the reality (as to the point of spirits) of this relation ... by Meric Casaubon ...
Dee, John, 1527-1608. / [1604] To the Kings most excellent Maiestie
Dee, John, 1527-1608. / [1604?] To the Honorable assemblie of the Commons in the present Parlament
Dee, John, 1527-1608. / [1599] A letter, containing a most briefe discourse apologeticall with a plaine demonstration, and feruent protestation, for the lawfull, sincere, very faithfull and Christian course, of the philosophicall studies and exercises, of a certaine studious gentleman: an ancient seruant to her most excellent Maiesty royall.
Dee, John, 1527-1608. / [Anno 1577. In Septemb. 1577] General and rare memorials pertayning to the perfect arte of nauigation annexed to the paradoxal cumpas, in playne: now first published: 24. yeres, after the first inuention thereof.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1700] The two great questions further considered with some reply to the remarks / by the author.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1700] The two great questions consider'd I. What the French king will do, with respect to the Spanish monarchy, II. What measures the English ought to take.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1700] The true-born Englishman a satyr.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1690] Taxes no charge in a letter from a gentleman, to a person of quality, shewing the nature, use, and benefit of taxes in this kingdom, and compared with the impositions of foreign states : together with their improvement of trade in time of war.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1697] Some reflections on a pamphlet lately published entituled An argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchy
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1700] The six distinguishing characters of a Parliament-man address'd to the good people of England.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1689] Reflections upon the late great revolution written by a lay-hand in the country for the satisfaction of some neighbours.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1698] The poor man's plea to all the proclamations, declarations, acts of Parliament, &c. which have been or shall be made or publish'd for a reformation of manners and suppressing immorality in the nation.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [M DC XCVIII 1698] Lex talionis, or, An enquiry into the most proper ways to prevent the persecution of the Protestants in France
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1700] The pacificator a poem.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1698] The interests of the several princes and states of Europe consider'd, with respect to the succession of the crown of Spain, and the titles of the several pretenders thereto examin'd
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1697] An essay upon projects
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [MDCXCVIII 1698] An enquiry into the occasional conformity of dissenters in cases of preferment with a preface to the lord mayor, occasioned by his carrying the sword to a conventicle.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1694] The Englishman's choice, and true interest in a vigorous prosecution of the war against France, and serving K. William and Q. Mary, and acknowledging their right.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1698] A brief reply to the History of standing armies in England with some account of the authors.
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. / [1698] An argument shewing, that a standing army, with consent of Parliament, is not inconsistent with a free government, &c.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1636] The wonder of a kingdome. Written by Thomas Dekker
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1609] VVorke for armorours: or, The peace is broken Open warres likely to happin this yeare 1609: Written by Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1603?] The vvonderfull yeare. 1603 Wherein is shewed the picture of London, lying sicke of the plague. At the ende of all (like a mery epilogue to a dull play) certaine tales are cut out in sundry fashions, of purpose to shorten the liues of long winters nights, that lye watching in the darke for vs.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1607] The vvhore of Babylon As it was acted by the Princes Seruants. Written by Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1607] Vvest-vvard hoe As it hath been diuers times acted by the Children of Paules. By Tho: Decker, and Iohn Webster.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1631] A tragi-comedy: called, Match mee in London As it hath beene often presented; first, at the Bull in St. Iohns-street; and lately, at the Priuate-House in Drury-Lane, called the Phœnix Written by Tho: Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1628] VVarres, vvarre[s,] vvarres
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1612] Troia-Noua triumphans London triumphing, or, The solemne, magnificent, and memorable receiuing of that worthy gentleman, Sir Iohn Svvinerton Knight, into the citty of London, after his returne from taking the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow next after Simon and Iudes day, being the 29. of October. 1612. All the showes, pageants, chariots of triumph, with other deuices, (both on the water and land) here fully expressed. By Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1656] The sun's-darling a moral masque : as it hath been often presented at Whitehall by Their Majesties servants, and after at the Cock-pit in Drury Lane, with great applause / written by John Foard and Tho. Decker, Gent.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1613] A strange horse-race at the end of which, comes in the catch-poles masque. And after that the bankrouts banquet: vvhich done, the Diuell, falling sicke, makes his last will and testament, this present yeare. 1613. VVritten by Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1600] The shomakers holiday. Or The gentle craft VVith the humorous life of Simon Eyre, shoomaker, and Lord Maior of London. As it was acted before the Queenes most excellent Maiestie on New-yeares day at night last, by the right honourable the Earle of Notingham, Lord high Admirall of England, his seruants.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1606] The seuen deadly sinnes of London drawne in seuen seuerall coaches, through the seuen seuerall gates of the citie bringing the plague with them. Opus septem dierum. Tho: Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [An. Dom. 1630] The second part of The honest whore with the humours of the patient man, the impatient wife: the honest whore, perswaded by strong arguments to turne curtizan againe: her braue refuting those arguments. And lastly, the comicall passages of an Italian bridewell, where the scæne ends. Written by Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1602] Satiro--mastix. Or The vntrussing of the humorous poet As it hath bin presented publikely, by the Right Honorable, the Lord Chamberlaine his seruants; and priuately, by the Children of Paules. By Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1625] A rod for run-awayes Gods tokens, of his feareful iudgements, sundry wayes pronounced vpon this city, and on seuerall persons, both flying from it, and staying in it. Expressed in many dreadfull examples of sudden death ... By Tho. D.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1603] The pleasant comodie of patient Grisill As it hath beene sundrie times lately plaid by the right honorable the Earle of Nottingham (Lord high Admirall) his seruants.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1609] The ravens almanacke foretelling of a [brace] plague, famine, and ciuill warre, that shall happen this present yeare 1609, not only within this kingdome of Great Britaine, but also in France, Germany, Spaine, and other parts of Christendome : with certaine remedies, rules, and receipts, how to preuent or at least to abate the edge of these vniuersall calamities.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1600] The pleasant comedie of old Fortunatus As it was plaied before the Queenes Maiestie this Christmas, by the Right Honourable the Earle of Nottingham, Lord high Admirall of England his seruants.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1631] Penny-vvis[e] pound foolish or, a Bristovv diamond, set in t[wo] rings, and both crack'd Profitable for married men, pleasant for young men, a[nd a] rare example for all good women.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1612] O per se O. Or A new cryer of Lanthorne and candle-light Being an addition, or lengthening, of the Bell-mans second night-walke. In which, are discouered those villanies, which the bell-man (because hee went i'th darke) could not see: now laid open to the world. Together with the shooting through the arme, vsed by counterfeit souldiers: the making of the great soare, (commonly called the great cleyme:) the mad-mens markes: their phrase of begging: the articles and oathes giuen to the fraternitie of roagues, vagabonds, and sturdy beggers at their meetings. And last of all, a new canting-song.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1607] North-vvard hoe Sundry times acted by the Children of Paules. By Thomas Decker, and Iohn Webster.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1604] Nevves from Graues-end sent to nobody.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1606] Nevves from hell brought by the Diuells carrier. Tho: Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1604] The magnificent entertainment giuen to King Iames, Queene Anne his wife, and Henry Frederick the Prince, vpon the day of his Maiesties tryumphant passage (from the Tower) through his honourable citie (and chamber) of London, being the 15. of March. 1603. As well by the English as by the strangers: vvith the speeches and songes, deliuered in the seuerall pageants. Tho. Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1630] London looke backe at that yeare of yeares 1625 and looke forvvard, vpon this yeare 1630 / written not to terrifie, but to comfort.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1609] Lanthorne and candle-light. Or, The bell-mans second nights-walke In which he brings to light, a brood of more strange villanies than ener [sic] were till this yeare discouered.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1607] Iests to make you merie with the coniuring vp of Cock VVatt, (the walking spirit of Newgate) to tell tales. Vnto which is added, the miserie of a prison, and a prisoner. And a paradox in praise of serieants. Written by T.D. and George Wilkins.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1607] A knights coniuring Done in earnest: discouered in iest. By Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1612] If it be not good, the Diuel is in it A nevv play, as it hath bin lately acted, vvith great applause, by the Queenes Maiesties Seruants: at the Red Bull. Written by Thomas Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1604] The honest whore with, the humours of the patient man, and the longing vvife. Tho: Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1609] The guls horne-booke: By T. Deckar
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1609] Foure birds of Noahs arke viz. 1. The dove. 2. The eagle. 3. The pellican. 4. The phoenix. ...
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1607] The famous history of Sir Thomas VVyat With the coronation of Queen Mary, and the coming in of King Philip. As it was plaied by the Queens Maiesties Seruants. Written by Thomas Dickers, and Iohn Webster.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1606] The double PP. A papist im armes. Bearing ten seuerall sheilds. Encountred by the protestant. at ten seuerall weapons. A Iesuite marching before them.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1620] Dekker his dreame In which, beeing rapt with a poeticall enthusiasme, the great volumes of heauen and hell to him were opened, in which he read many wonderfull things.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1608] The dead tearme. Or, VVestminsters complaint for long vacations and short termes Written in manner of a dialogue betweene the two cityes London and Westminster. The contentes of this discourse is in the page following. By T. Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1615] The cold yeare. 1614 A deepe snovv: in vvhich men and cattell haue perished, to the generall losse of farmers, grasiers, husbandmen, and all sorts of people in the countrie; and no lesse hurtfull to citizens. Written dialogue-wise, in a plaine familiar talke betweene a London shop-keeper, and a North-Country-man. In which, the reader shall finde many thinges for his profit.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1628] Brittannia's honor brightly shining in seuerall magnificent shevves or pageants, to celebrate the solemnity of the Right Honorable Richard Deane, at his inauguration into the majoralty of the honourable citty of London, on Wednesday, October 29th. 1628. At the particular cost, and charges of the right vvorshipfull, worthy, and ancient Society of Skinners. Inuented by Tho. Dekker.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1602] Blurt master-constable. Or The Spaniards night-walke As it hath bin sundry times priuately acted by the Children of Paules.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1630] The blacke rod, and the vvhite rod (justice and mercie,) striking, and sparing, [brace] London.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. / [1608] The belman of London Bringing to light the most notorious villanies that are now practised in the kingdome. Profitable for gentlemen, lawyers, merchants, citizens, farmers, masters of housholdes, and all sorts of seruants to mark, and delightfull for all men to reade.
Delamain, Richard, fl. 1654. / [1641] A table shewing instantly by the eye the number of acres belonging to any summe of money according to the rate setled by Parliament upon any of the lands within the foure provinces of Ireland ...
Delamayne, Thomas Hallie. / [1681] A vote for moderate counsels, as the readyest way to heal our breaches, and bring happiness to the King and people an ode / by a barrister at law.
Delamer, George Booth, Baron, 1622-1684. / [1659] A letter from Sir George Booth to a friend of his shewing the reasons of his present engagement in defence of his countries liberties, &c.
Delamer, George Booth, Baron, 1622-1684. / [1659] The declaration of the lords, gentlemen, citizens, freeholders, and yeomen of this once happy kingdom of England
Delaune, Henry. / [1651] [Patrikon dōron, or], A legacie to his sonnes digested into quadrins / by Henry Delaune.
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1651] The way of true peace and unity in the true church of Christ in all humility and bowels of love presented to them / by William Dell.
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1646] Vniformity examined whether it be found in the Gospel or in the practice of the churches of Christ / by Wil. Dell ...
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1660] The tryal of spirits both in teachers & hearers wherein is held forth the clear discovery and certain downfal of the carnal and antichristian clergie of these nations / testified from the Word of God to the university-congregation in Cambridge by William Dell ; whereunto is added A plain and necessary confutation of divers gross errors delivered by Mr. Sydrach Simpson in a sermon preached to the same congregation at the commencement, Anno 1653 ; wherein (among other things) is declared, that the vniversities (according to their present statutes and practices) are not (as he affirmed) answerable to the schools of the prophets in the time of the law, but rather to the idolatrous high places ...
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1652 i.e. 1651] Several sermons and discourses of William Dell Minister of the Gospel; sometimes attending both the generals in the army: and now Master of Gonvil and Caius Colledge in Cambridge. Heretofore published at several times, and on several occasions; and now gathered in one volumn, for the benefit of the faithful, and conviction of the world.
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1646] Right reformation: or, The reformation of the church of the New Testament, represented in Gospell-light. In a sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons, on Wednesday, November 25. 1646. Together with a reply to the chief contradictions of Master Love's sermon, preached the same day. All published for the good of the faithfull, at their desire. / By William Dell, minister of the Gospel, attending on his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1654] A plain and necessary confutation of divers gross and antichristian errors, delivered to the vniversity congregation, the last commencement, anno 1653, by Mr. Sydrach Simpson, master of Pembroke Hall in Cambridge
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1650] The doctrine of the Sabbath, as it hath been believed and taught, by ancient and eminent Christians, collected word for word out of their own writings, and now tendred to the consideration of all the godly, especially to direct them to the Parliament, to direct them in their intended Act, for the due and strict observation of the Lords Day. / By a friend to truth, and to the present powers of this Common-wealth, in the way of truth.
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1649] The city-ministers unmasked, or The hypocrisie and iniquity of fifty nine of the most eminent of the clergy in and about the city of London. Cleerly discovered out of two of their own pamphlets, one intituled, A serious and faithful representation; the other A vindication of the Ministers of the Gospel, in and about the City of London. Together vvith a prophesie of John Hus, touching the choosing of a new ministry; and an ancient prophetical farewel of Hildegards, to the old corrupt ministry. Both very useful for the knowledg of the long deceived nations. / By a friend of the Armies, in its ways to justice and righteousnes.
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1651] Christ's spirit a Christians strength, or, A plain discovery of the mighty and invincible power that all believers receive through the gift of the Spirit : first held forth in two sermons on Act. 1. 8, and after published for the instruction and use of those that are spiritual, anno 1645 / by William Dell ...
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1646] The building and glory of the truely Christian and spiritual church. Represented in an exposition on Isai. 54, from vers. 11. to the 17. Preached to His Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax and the general officers of the army, with divers other officers, and souldiers, and people, at Marston, being the head-quarter at the leaguer before Oxford, June. 7. 1646. / By William Dell, minister of the Gospel, attending on His Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax in the Army. Together with a faithful testimony touching that valiant and victorious army, in the epistle to the reader. Published by authority.
Dell, William, d. 1664. / [1697] Baptismōn didachē, or, The doctrine of baptisms reduced from its ancient and modern corruptions and restored to its primitive soundness and integrity, according to the word of truth, the substance of faith & the nature of Christ's kingdom / by William Dell ...
Della Casa, Giovanni, 1503-1556. / [An. Do. 1576] Galateo of Maister Iohn Della Casa, Archebishop of Beneuenta. Or rather, A treatise of the ma[n]ners and behauiours, it behoueth a man to vse and eschewe, in his familiar conuersation A worke very necessary & profitable for all gentlemen, or other. First written in the Italian tongue, and now done into English by Robert Peterson, of Lincolnes Inne Gentleman.
Della Casa, Giovanni, 1503-1556. / [First printed in English, May Day, 1665] The arts of grandeur and submission, or, A discourse concerning the behaviour of great men towards their inferiours, and of inferiour personages towards men of greater quality written in Latin by Joannes Casa ... ; and rendered into English by Henry Stubbe ...
Della Valle, Pietro, 1586-1652. / [1665] The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta in which, the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described, in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano : whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the East-Indies.
Della Valle, Pietro, 1586-1652. / [1665] The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta in which, the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described : in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano : whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the East-Indies.
Dellon, Gabriel, b. 1649. / [1688] The history of the Inquisition, as it is exercised at Goa written in French, by the ingenious Monsieur Dellon, who laboured five years under those severities ; with an account of his deliverance ; translated into English.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1612] Thomas of Reading. Or, The sixe worthy yeomen of the west. Now the fourth time corrected and enlarged by T.D.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1602. Cum priuilegio] Strange histories, of kings, princes, dukes earles, lords, ladies, knights, and gentlemen With the great troubles and miseries of the Dutches of Suffolke. Verie pleasant either to bee read or sunge, and a most excellent warning for all estates.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1612] Strange histories, or, Songs and sonnets, of kinges, princes, dukes, lords, ladyes, knights, and gentlemen and of certaine ladyes that were shepheards on Salisburie plaine : very pleasant either to be read or songe, and a most excellent warning for all estates / by Thomas Delone.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1674] The royal garland of love and delight containing the lives of sundry kings, queens, and princes : with other love songs and sonnets full of delight / by T.D. ; whereunto is added a rare new sonnet of the restauration of our royal soveragn [sic] Charles the Second.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [between 1688 and 1691] The Spanish lady's love to a pleasant new tune, &c.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [between 1658 and 1664] The Spanish ladies love, to a pleasant new tune.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1588] The Queenes visiting of the campe at Tilsburie with her entertainment there to the tune of Wilsons wilde
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1586] A proper new sonet declaring the lamentation [of Beckles in] Suffolke which was in the great winde vpon S. Andrewes eue last, past most pittifully burned with fire, to the losse by elimation of twentie thousande pound and vpwarde, and to the number of four score dwelling houses. 1586. Tow Wilsons tune.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1626] The pleasant historie of Iohn VVinchcomb in his yonguer [sic] yeares called Iack of Newbery, the famous and worthy clothier of England; declaring his life and loue, together with his charitable deeds and great hospitalitie. And how hee set continually fiue hundred poore people at worke, to the great benefit of the common-wealth. Now the tenth time imprinted, corrected and enlarged by T.D.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [ca. 1620] The noble acts newly found, of Arthur of the table round to the tune of Flying fame.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1588] A new ballet of the straunge and most cruell whippes which the Spanyards had prepared to whippe and torment English men and women which were found and taken at the ouerthrow of certaine of the Spanish shippes in Iuly last past. 1588. To the tune of the valiant soldiour.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1600] A most pleasant ballad of patient Grissell To the tune of the brides good morrovv.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [between 1665 and 1674] The most rare and excellent history, of the Dutchess [sic] of Suffolks callamity. To the tune of, Queen Dido.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1586] A most ioyfull songe made in the behalfe of all her Maiesties faithfull and louing subiects of the great ioy which was made in London at the taking of the late trayterous conspirators : to the tune of O man in desperation / [by] T.D.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1663-1674] The lamentation of Mr. Pages wife of Plimouth who being forced to wed against her will, did consent to his murther, for the love of George Strangwidge, for which fact they suffered death at Barstable in Devonshire. The tune is, Fortune my foe.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [ca. 1635?] The lamentation of Master Pages wife of Plimmouth who being enforced by her parents to wed him against her will, did most wickedly consent to his murther, for the love of George Strangwidge; for which fact she suffered death at Barstable in Devonshire. VVritten with her owne hand a little before her death. To the tune of Fortune my foe.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1588] A ioyful nevv ballad, declaring the happie obtaining of the great galleazo, wherein Don Pietro de Valdez was the chiefe through the mightie power and prouidence of God, being a speciall token of his gracious and fatherly goodnes towards vs, to the great encouragement of all those that willingly fight in the defence of his gospel and our good Queene of England. To the tune of mounseurs Almaigne.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1660] The honour of the gentle craft a discourse of mirth and wit to the renown of those two princes Crispine and Crispianus, and all the true lovers thereof : the last and best part being a most merry and pleasant history not altogether unprofitable, nor any way hurtful : and for the glory of the gentle craft, let all men say that a shoemakers son is a prince born / by T.D. ; with a new merry song in the praise of the gentle craft, and to be sung by them every morning on the 25th day of October.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1678] The garland of good-will divided into three parts : containing many pleasant songs and pretty poems to sundry new notes : with a table to find the names of all the songs / written by T.D.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. / [1637] The gentle craft A discourse containing many matters of delight, very pleasant to be read: shewing what famous men have beene shoomakers in time past in this land, with their worthy deeds and great hospitality. Declaring the cause why it is called the gentle craft: and also how the proverbe first grew; a shoemakers sonne is a prince borne. T.D.
Demosthenes. / [1570] The three orations of Demosthenes chiefe orator among the Grecians, in fauour of the Olynthians, a people in Thracia, now called Romania with those his fower orations titled expressely & by name against king Philip of Macedonie: most nedefull to be redde in these daungerous dayes, of all them that loue their countries libertie, and desire to take warning for their better auayle, by example of others. Englished out of the Greeke by Thomas Wylson doctor of the ciuill lawes. After these orations ended, Demosthenes lyfe is set foorth, and gathered out of Plutarch, Lucian, Suidas, and others, with a large table, declaring all the principall matters conteyned in euerye part of this booke. Seene and allowed according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.
Dempster, George. / [1700] Elegie on the universally lamented death, of Duncan Ronald: Director depute of the Chancelary, and writer to His Majesties signet. Who died at Edinburgh, August 1700.
Denakol. / [An. Dom. 1609] No parliament powder But shot and powder for the Pope. And for all his Cardinalles, Bishops, Abbots, Fryers, Monkes; the maisters and great doctours of Sorbonne. Sent to his vn-holynesse, and them all, for a newe-yeares gift. 1609.
Dendy, Edward. / [1654] To the Parlament of the Common-Wealth of England, Scotland and Ireland. The humble petition of Edward Dendy.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1642] The sophy.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1660] The prologue to His Majesty at the first play presented at the Cock-pit in Whitehall, being part of that noble entertainment which their Maiesties received Novemb. 19. from his Grace the Duke of Albemarle.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1668] Poems and translations with the Sophy / written by the Honourable Sir John Denham, Knight of the Bath.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1667] On Mr. Abraham Cowley his death and burial amongst the ancient poets / by the Honourable Sir John Denham.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1659] A panegyrick on His Excellency the Lord General George Monck, commander in chief of all the forces in England, Scotland, and Ireland
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1643] Mr. Hampdens speech, occasioned upon the Londoners petition for peace.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1643] Mr. Hampdens speech occasioned upon the Londoners petition for peace.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1673] Further advice to a painter, or, Directions to draw the late engagement, Aug. 11th, 1673
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1668] Famous battel of the catts, in the province of Ulster, June 25, 1668.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1641] An exact copy of a letter sent to William Laud, late Arch-bishop of Canterbury, now prisoner in the Tower, November the 5, 1641 at which his Lordship taking exceptions, the author visited him in his owne person, and having admittance to him, had some private discourse with him concerning the cruelty in which he formerly raigned in his power : the substance whereof is truly composed by the author himselfe, wherein doth appeare a sign of complying with the times and some hopes of his repentance.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1667] Directions to a painter for describing our naval business in imitation of Mr. Waller / being the last works of Sir Iohn Denham ; whereunto is annexed, Clarindons house-warming, by an unknown author.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1651] The anatomy of play written by a worthy and learned gent. ; dedicated to his father, to shew his detestation of it.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [MDCXLIII 1643] Coopers Hill a poeme.
Denham, John, Sir, 1615-1669. / [1653] Certain verses written by severall of the authors friends to be re-printed with the second edition of Gondibert.
Denison, Stephen, d. 1649 or 50. / [1619] The new creature A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, Ianuary 17. 1619. By Stephen Denison, minister of Gods word, at Katherine Kree Church, in the citie of London.
Denison, Stephen, d. 1649 or 50. / [1620] The monument or tombe-stone: or, A sermon preached at Laurence Pountnies Church in London, Nouemb. 21. 1619 at the funerall of Mrs. Elizabeth Iuxon, the late wife of Mr. Iohn Iuxon. By Stephen Denison minister of Gods word, at Kree-Church in the honourable citie of London.
Denne, Henry, 1606 or 7-1660? / [1649] The Levellers designe discovered, or, The anatomie of the late unhappie mutinie presented unto the souldiery of the army vnder the command of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax, for prevention of the like in others / written by Henry Denne ...
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [MCDXCIX i.e. 1699] Rinaldo and Armida a tragedy, as it is acted at the theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields / written by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1698] The usefulness of the stage, to the happiness of mankind, to government, and to religion occasioned by a late book written by Jeremy Collier, M.A. / by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1700] The reverse, or, The tables turn'd a poem written in answer, paragraph by paragraph, to a late scurrilous and malicious medly of rhimes called The foreigners.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1696] Remarks on a book entituled Prince Arthur, an heroick poem with some general critical observations and several new remarks upon Virgil / by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1693] Miscellanies in verse and prose a quote / by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1697] The nuptials of Britain's genius and fame a pindaric poem on the peace / by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1692] Poems in burlesque with a dedication in burlesque to Fleetwood Shepherd, esquire.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1697?] A plot and no plot a comedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane / written by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1696] Letters upon several occasions written by and between Mr. Dryden, Mr. Wycherly, Mr. ----, Mr. Congreve, and Mr. Dennis, published by Mr. Dennis with a new translation of select letters of Monsieur Voiture.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1700] Iphigenia a tragedy, acted at the theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Fields / by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1693] The impartial critick, or, Some observations upon a book, entituled, A short view of tragedy, written by Mr. Rymer by Mr. Dennis.
Dennis, John, 1657-1734. / [1695] The court of death a Pindarique poem dedicated to the memory of Her Most Sacred Majesty, Queen Mary / by Mr. Dennis.
Denny, William, Sir, 1603 or 4-1676. / [1653] Pelecanicidium, or, The Christian adviser against self-murder together with a guide and the pilgrims passe to the land of the living : in three books.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1582] A sermon of repentaunce a very godly and profitable sermon preached at Lee in Essex / by Arthur Dent ...
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1609] A sermon of Gods prouidence Very godly and profitable: preached at South-shoobery in Essex, by Arthur Dent, Minister of Gods word.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1603] The ruine of Rome: or An exposition vpon the whole Reuelation Wherein is plainly shewed and proued, that the popish religion, together with all the power and authoritie of Rome, shall ebbe and decay still more and more throughout all the churches of Europe, and come to an vtter ouerthrow euen in this life before the end of the world. Written especially for the comfort of Protestants, and the daunting of papists, seminary priests, Iesuites, and all that cursed rabble. Published by Arthur Dent, preacher of the word of God at South-Shoobery in Essex.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1608] A platforme, made for the proofe of Gods prouidence that is, for examining of the truth of this doctrine, whether God by his prouidence rule all things generally, and euery creature and action particularly / by Arthur Dent.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1607] The plaine mans path-way to heauen Wherein euery man may cleerely see, whether he shall be saued or damned. Set forth dialogue-wise, for the better vnderstanding of the simple: By Arthur Dent, preacher of the vvord of God at South-Shoobery in Essex. Corrected and amended: vvith a table of all the principall matters; and three prayers necessarie to be vsed in priuate families thereunto added.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1589] A plaine exposition of the articles of our faith, by short questions and answeres for the vnderstanding of the simple gathered by A[rt]thur Dent ... ; especially for the benefit of his owne flocke, who hauing taught his people these points, is carefull that they may learne them ; to this end, that euerie of them of his charge, may be able to giue a reason of their faith.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1606] A pastime for parents: or A recreation to passe away the time; contayning the most principall grounds of Christian religion. By Arthur Dent preacher of the word of God at South-Shoobery in Essex.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1610] The opening of heauen gates, or The ready way to euerlasting life Deliuered in a most familier dialogue, betweene reason and religion, touching predestination, Gods word, and mans free-will, to the vnderstanding of the weakest capacitie, and the confirming of the more strong. By Arthur Dent, preacher of the word of God, at South-Shoobery in Essex.
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1613] A learned and fruitful exposition vpon the Lords prayer. By Arthur Dent, sometime minister of the Word of God at South-Suberry, in Essex
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1614] The hand-maid of repentance. Or, A short treatise of restitution. Written by Arth: Dent, Minister of Gods word at Southshoobery in Essex. As a necessary appendix to his Sermon of Repentance
Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. / [1608] Christes miracles deliuered in a sermon. By Arthvr Dent, preacher of the word of God, at South-Shoobery in Essex.
Dent, Daniel. / [1628] A sermon against drunkennes preached at Ware by Daniel Dent ...
Denton, Daniel. / [1670] A brief description of New-York, formerly called New-Netherlands with the places thereunto adjoyning : together with the manner of its scituation, fertility of the soyle, healthfulness of the climate, and the commodities thence produced : also some directions and advice to such as shall go thither ... : likewise a brief relation of the customs of the Indians there / by Daniel Denton.
Denton, John. / [1572] An epitaph vpon the death of the right honorable Edward Earle of Darby, Lorde Stanly and Strange of Knocking, Lord and Gouernour of the Isles of Man, Knight of the noble order of the Garter, and one of the Queenes Maiesties most honorable priuie Counsell Deceased the. xxiiij. of Nouem. 1572.
Denton, Robert, 17th cent. / [1650] Berwicks beauty, or, A church erecting there
Denton, William, 1605-1691. / [1689] Jus regiminis, being a justification of defensive arms in general and consequently, of our revolutions and transactions to be the just right of the kingdom.
Derby, Charles Stanley, Earl of, 1628-1672. / [1651] To the supream authority of this nation, the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. The humble petition of Charles Earle of Derby
Derby, James Stanley, Earl of, 1607-1651. / [printed in the yeare, 1651] The tryall and plea of James Earle of Derby, prisoner of war, before a court martiall at Chester, Octob. 1. 1651 The articles were severall particulars of treason, by his invading England, raising forces, &c. The answer is a confession of the fact. The plea is a plea of quarter, which he conceives to be a good bar to a tryall for life, by court martiall or councell of war, though not against a meer civill judicature. His plea was over-ruled by the court upon this account, that the court martiall was directed by Parliament. So that the court proceeded to sentence, only gave him a fortnights time from the first of October. From this sentence he appealeth to his Excellency the Lord Generall.
Derby, James Stanley, Earl of, 1607-1651. / [December 29, 1642] Orders concluded by the Lord Strange and his adherents at Preston in the county of Lancaster : with some quæries concerning the late difference at Winchester.
Derham, Samuel, 1655-1689. / [1685] Hydrologia philosophica, or, An account of Ilmington waters in Warwick-shire with directions for the drinking of the same : together with some experimental observations touching the original of compound bodies / by Sam. Derham ...
Derham, W. (William), 1657-1735. / [1700] A supplement to the treatise of watch & clock-work called The artificial clock-maker ... by W.D., M.A.
Derham, W. (William), 1657-1735. / [1696] The artificial clock-maker a treatise of watch, and clock-work, wherein the art of calculating numbers for most sorts of movements is explained to the capacity of the unlearned : also, the history of clock-work, both ancient and modern, with other useful matters, never before published / by W.D.
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [Anno. 1577] XXVII. lectures, or readings, vpon part of the Epistle written to the Hebrues. Made by Maister Edward Deering, Bachelour of Diuinitie
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [1568] A sparing restraint, of many lauishe vntruthes, which M. Doctor Harding do the chalenge, in the first article of my Lorde of Sarisburies replie. By Edward Dering student in Diuinitie. With an answere vnto that long, and vncourteous epistle, entituled to M. Juel, and set before M. Hardings Reioinder
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [1569] A sermon preached at the Tower of London, by M. Dering the xi. day of Dece[m]ber. 1569
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [1569?] A sermo[n] preached before the Quenes Maiestie, By Maister Edward Dering, the. 25. day of February. Anno. 1569
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [1573] A lecture or exposition vpon a part of the. v. chapter of the epistle to the Hebrues As it was read in Paules the. 6. day of December. 1572. By Edward Deryng. Prepared and geuen for a new yeres gift to the godly in London and els where, for this yeare. 1573.
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [1578?] Godly priuate prayers for housholders to meditate vpon, and to say in their families
Dering, Edward, 1540?-1576. / [1572] A briefe & necessary instruction verye needefull to bee knowen of all housholders, whereby they maye the better teach and instruct their families in such points of Christian religion as is most meete. Not onely of them throughly to be vnderstood, but also requisite to be learned by hart of all suche as shall bee admitted vnto the Lordes Supper.
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [1641] Three speeches of Sir Edward Dearings, Knight and Baronet, in the Commons House of Parliament
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] The speeches of Sr. Edward Deering in the Commons House of Parliament 1641
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [1642] A most worthy speech of the truly honourable and worthy member of the House of Commons Sir Edward Deering knight and baronet spoken in Parliament concerning the lyturgy of the Church of England and for a nationall synod.
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [1641] Fovre speeches made by Sr. Edward Deering in the high court of Parliament concerning the archbishop and divers other grievances
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [1644] A discourse of proper sacrifice, in way of answer to A.B.C. Jesuite, another anonymus of Rome: whereunto the reason of the now publication, and many observable passages relating to these times are prefixed by way of preface: by Sr. Edvvard Dering Knight and baronet.
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [1641] The foure cardinall-vertues of a Carmelite-fryar observed by Sir Edvvard Dering, knight and baronet ; and by him sent backe againe to their author Simon Stocke, alias Father Simons, alias Iohn Hunt, alias Anonymus Eremita.
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [1641] A consideration and a resolvtion first concerning the right of the laity in nationall councels : secondly concerning the power of bishops in affaires secular : prepared for the honourable House of Parliament / by Sr. E.D. ...
Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. / [1642] A collection of speeches made by Sir Edward Dering Knight and Baronet, in matter of religion. Some formerly printed, and divers more now added: all of them revised, for the vindication of his name, from weake and wilfull calumnie: and by the same Sir Edward Dering now subjected to publike view and censure, upon the urgent importunity of many, both gentlemen and divines.
Derodon, David, ca. 1600-1664. / [1673] The funeral of the mass, or, The mass dead and buried without hope of resurrection translated out of French.
Derricke, John. / [1581] The image of Irelande with a discouerie of vvoodkarne, wherin is moste liuely expressed, the nature, and qualitie of the saied wilde Irishe woodkarne, their notable aptnesse, celeritie, and pronesse to rebellion, and by waie of argumente is manifested their originall, and ofspryng, their descent and pedigree: also their habite and apparell, is there plainly showne. The execrable life, and miserable death of Rorie Roge, that famous archtraitour to God and the croune (otherwise called Rorie Oge) is like wise discribed. Lastlie the commyng in of Thyrlaghe Leonaghe the greate Oneale of Irelande, with the effecte of his submission, to the right honourable Sir Henry Sidney (Lorde Deputie of the saied lande) is thereto adioyned. Made and deuised by Ihon Derricke, anno 1578. and now published and set forthe by the saied authour this present yere of our Lorde 1581. for pleasure and delight of the well disposed reader.
Des Périers, Bonaventure, 1500?-1544? / [1583] The mirrour of mirth and pleasant conceits containing many proper and pleasaunt inuentions, for the recreation and delight of many, and to the hurt and hinderance of none / framed in French by that worshipfull and learned gentleman, Bonaduenture de Periers ... and Englished by R.D.
Desargues, Gérard, 1591-1661. / [1659] Mr. De Sargues Universal way of dyaling, or, Plain and easie directions for placing the axeltree and marking the hours in sun-dyals, after the French, Italian, Babylonian, and Jewish manner together with the manner of drawing the lines of the signs, of finding out the height of the sun above the horizon, and the east-rising of the same, the elevation of the pole, and the position of the meridian ... / [edited] by Daniel King, Gent.
Descartes, René, 1596-1650. / [1653] Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick with necessary and judicious animadversions thereupon / by a person of honour.
Descartes, René, 1596-1650. / [1680] Six metaphysical meditations wherein it is proved that there is a God and that mans mind is really distinct from his body / written originally in Latin by Renatus Des-Cartes ; hereunto are added the objections made aganst these meditations by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury with the authors answers ; all faithfully translated into English with a short account of Des-Cartes's life by William Molyneux.
Descartes, René, 1596-1650. / [1649] A discourse of a method for the well guiding of reason, and the discovery of truth in the sciences
Desfontaines, Nicolas-Marc, d. 1652. / [M.D.C.XL. 1640] The second part of the Cid
Desmarets de Saint-Sorlin, Jean, 1595-1676. / [1636] Ariana In two parts. As it was translated out of the French, and presented to my Lord Chamberlaine.
Desportes, Philippe, 1546-1606. / [1607] Rodomonths infernall, or The Diuell conquered Ariastos conclusions. Of the marriage of Rogero with Bradamanth his loue, & the fell fought battell betweene Rogero and Rodomonth the neuer-conquered pagan. Written in French by Phillip de Portes, and paraphrastically translated by G.M.
Devon (England) / [1595] The seuerall rates and taxations for vvages made and set foorth by the iustices of peace, for the countie of Deuon.
Devonshire, William Cavendish, Duke of, 1640-1707. / [1688] The true copy of a paper delivered by the Lord De---shire to the Mayor of Darby, where he quarter'd the one and twentieth of November, 1688.
Devonshire, William Cavendish, Duke of, 1640-1707. / [1688] The true copy of a paper delivered by the Lord De----------- to the Mayor of Darby where he quarter'd the one and twentieth of November, 1688.
Devonshire, William Cavendish, Duke of, 1640-1707. / [1681] Reasons for His Majesties passing the bill of exclusion in a letter to a friend.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1664] The word of the Lord to Sion the New Jerusalem the bride the Lambs wife, the excellency of all the glory that is amongst the people : though she be now in deep sufferings, in fulness of time God will clear the innocency of her children, and all the nations of the earth shall call her the blessed of the Lord, yea, the holy city in whom the Lord dwells, to manifest his glory upon the earth amongst the children of men for ever.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1664] The word of the Lord, to his beloved citty New-Ierusalem come from God, cloathed with the excellency of the glory of his love, and is the bride the Lambs wife, with the flowings of the tender compassionate bowels of the Lord Jesus to all the mourners in Sion, and the afflicted, desolate people, who waite for his comming as for the morning, and hath not satisfaction in any thing but in the enjoyment of his sweet and comfortable presence.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1666] The word of the Lord to his church and holy assembly regenerated and born again of the righteous seed, which the Lord hath blessed : to whom this is sent to be carefully and distinctly read, in the fear of the Lord, when they are met together, in the light of the convenant of the most high God.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [Printed in the year, 1664] To the faithfull in Christ, who have stood in his council the light, to be led in the foot-steps of the flock of the companions, and to all that professe the light of Christ to be their guide: ...
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1665] The word of the Lord to all children born again of the immortal seed as the salutation of the bowels of the unlimitted love of the father, flowing forth to you in the forcible power of his own life / thorow your brother and companion in tribulation and kingdom of patience in the Lord Jesus Christ William Dewsbury.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1663] To all the faithfull in Christ who have stood in his council the light, to be led in the foot-steps of the flock of the companions, and to all that professe the light of Christ to be their guide ...
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1684] To all the faithfull and suffering members in all holes, prisons, and goals for the Word of God and testimony of Jesus Christ, with the rest of the faithful where-ever scatter'd upon the face of the earth
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1661] To all the faithful brethern born of the immortal seed of the Father of Life and sent forth in the great commission and power of the King of Eternal Glory, to gather his elect from the winds of the earth, forth of all nations and kindreds where they are scattered : this to you is the Word of God.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1664] To all the faithful and suffering members in all holes, prisons and gaoles, for the word of God, and testimony of Jesus Christ, with the rest of the faithfull, wherever scattered upon the face of the earth.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1660] To all nations, kindreds, languages, tongues, and people with your princes and rulers and all people from the highest to the lowest. This to you is the word of the Lord God.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1665?] This for dear friends in London and them that are aboard the ship in order to transportation, or else where all abroad
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1682] A general epistle to be read in the fear of God in and amongst the assemblies of his people by William Dewsbury.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1686] A general epistle to Friends, from that ancient servant of Christ William Dewsebury
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1668] A general epistle given forth from the spirit of the Lord to be read in his fear in the assemblies of the church of the first-born, gathered in these northern-countries, and in all countries and islands where ever the people of the Lord are scattered over the face of the earth / W.D.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1675] A general epistle by William Dewsberry.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1689] The faithful testimony of that antient servant of the Lord, and minister of the everlasting Gospel William Dewsbery his books, epistles and writings, collected and printed for future service.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1655] The discovery of the great enmity of the serpent against the seed of the woman, which witnesseth against him where he rules, both in rulers, priests, and people whose hearts are now made manifest in this great day of the Lords power, wherein he is sending his sons and daughters in the power of his spirit to run to and fro to declare his word ... / a true testimony of him the world knows by name, William Deusbery, and in scorn calls a Quaker ... ; also his call to the ministry of the everlasting Gospel by the still voyce of the spirit of God ... ; the word of the Lord to all in England whom the Lord hath betrusted with power ... ; vvith a lamentation over all in England who oppose Christ in his spiritual appearance ... ; from the common goal in Northampton the 25 day of the 4 month, 1655.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1655] The discovery of mans return to his first estate by the operation of the power of God in the great work of regeneration with a word to all saints who set their faces towards Sion to seek the Lord their God ... : a word to the back-slider who hath tasted of the good word of God ... : with a discovery of mystery-Babylon and her merchants .... / written by one whom the people of this world calls a Quaker, whose name in the flesh is William Deusbury, but hath a new name the world knows not written in the book of life.
Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. / [1663] The breathings of life to God's spiritual Israel through a faithfull follower of the Lamb, in the regeneration and kingdome of patience and tribulation, and now a sufferer in bonds for the testimony of the Lord Iesus, known to the world by the name of William Deusbury.
Dey, Richard. / [1641] Tvvo looks over Lincolne, or, A view of his Holy table, name and thing, discovering his erronious and popish tenets and positions and under pretence of defending the cause of religion, shamefully betraying the truth and sincerity thereof : a petition exhbited in all humility to the judgement of the most worthy defenders of the truth the honorable House of Commons in Parliament against the said booke and especially 51 tenets therein / by R. Dey ...