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Faber, Albert Otto, 1612-1684. / [1668] Some kindling sparks in matters of physick to satisfie some physicians who are of opinion that spirits (which they call hot things) do burn and inflame the body / written formerly to a friend by Albertus Otto Faber.
Faber, Albert Otto, 1612-1684. / [1663] A relation of some notable cures accounted incurable as followeth.
Fabricius Hildanus, Wilhelm, 1560-1634. / [1642] Gulielm, Fabricius Hildamus, his experiments in chyrurgerie concerning combustions or burnings made with gun powder, iron shot, hot-water, lightning, or any other fiery matter whatsoever : in which is excellently described the differences, signs, prognostication and cures, of all accidents and burning themselves : very necessary and useful for all gentlemen, and soldiers as well of the trayned bands, as others, especially upon sudden occasions / translated out of Latine by Iohn Steer, Chyrurgeon.
Fabricius Hildanus, Wilhelm, 1560-1634. / [1674] Cista militaris, or, A military chest, furnished either for sea, or land, with convenient medicines, and necesary instruments amongst which is also a description of Dr. Lower's lancet, for the more safe bleeding / written in Latin, by Gulielmus Fabritius Hildanus ; Englished for publick benefit.
Fabricius, Joannes, Montanus, 1527-1566. / [1562] An oration of Ihon Fabritius Montanus VVherby he teacheth that Christian men cannot resorte to the Councel of Trent, without committing an haynous offence. Englyshed by L.A.
Fabyan, Robert, d. 1513. / [1533 31 Dec.] Fabyans cronycle newly prynted, wyth the cronycle, actes, and dedes done in the tyme of the reygne of the moste excellent prynce kynge Henry the vii. father vnto our most drad souerayne lord kynge Henry the .viii. To whom be all honour, reuere[n]ce, and ioyfull contynaunce of his prosperous reygne, to the pleasure of god and weale of this his realme amen
Faculty of Advocates (Scotland). Library. / [1700] Memorial to be dispers'd thorow the kingdom, for collecting of manuscripts in to the Advocates Library.
Fage, John, student in phisicke. / [1606] Speculum ægrotorum. The sicke-mens glasse or, A plaine introduction wherby one may giue a true, and infallible iudgement, of the life or death of a sicke bodie, the originall cause of the griefe, how he is tormented and afflicted, what thinges are medicinable to the diseased person: and the day and houre in which he shall recouer, or surrender his vitall breath. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of the foure humors, and how they are ingendered and distributed in our humane bodies: with certaine and manifest signes to discerne of what complexion any man is: and the operation that eating, drinking rest and exercise, worketh in euery person: with certaine speciall preseruatiues for the eye-sight. Composed by Iohn Fage, student in phisicke, and practitioner in astrologie.
Fage, Robert. / [1666] St. Leonard's hill a poem / written by R.F.
Fage, Robert. / [1644] Protestatio attestata coram Anthonio Luthero Armigero uno iusticiariorum pacis pro comitatu Essexiæ. ... = A protestation attested before Anthony Luther Esquire, one of the justices of the peace, for the county of Essex, vpon June 10. 1644. As the causes why the protesters could not heare in the publike assemblies of the Church of England, and so joyn in worship with that ministry.
Fage, Robert. / [1658] A description of the whole world with some general rules touching the use of the globe : wherein is contained the situation of several countries, their particular and distinct governments, religions, arms, and degrees of honour used among them ... / by Robert Fage, Esq.
Fage, Robert. / [1667] Cosmography or, a description of the whole world represented (by a more exact and certain discovery) in the excellencies of its scituation, commodities, inhabitants, and history: of their particular and distinct governments, religions, arms, and degrees of honour used amongst them. Enlarged with very many and rare additions. Very delightful to be read in so small a volum. By Robert Fage Esquire.
Fagel, Gaspar, 1634-1688. / [1689] Their highness the Prince & Princess of Orange's opinion about a general liberty of conscience, &c. being a collection of four select papers.
Fagel, Gaspar, 1634-1688. / [1689] Some remarkable passages out of the excellent letter of Mijn Heer Fagal, in the name of Their Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Orange
Fagel, Gaspar, 1634-1688. / [1688] A letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner of Holland, to Mr. James Stewart, advocate giving an account of the Prince and Princess of Orange's thoughts concerning the repeal of the Test, and penal laws.
Fair merchant. / [1700] A letter to a member of Parliament concerning clandestine trade. Shewing how far the evil practices at the custom-house at London tend to the encouragement of such a trade. Written by a Fair Merchant.
Fairebrother, William, 1612 or 13-1681. / [1660] An essay of a loyal brest in four copies of verses, viz. I. to His Majesty, Charles the 2d, II. to his two houses of Parliament, III. to his general, the Lord Monck, IV. to that his good angel, Madam Jane Lane / by William Fairebrother ...
Faireclough, Samuel, 1594-1677. / [1641.] The trovblers trovbled, or, Achan condemned and execvted. a sermon preached before sundry of the honourable House of Commons at Westminster, April 4, 1641. / By Samuel Fairecloth, pastor of the congregation of Ketton in Suffolke.
Faireclough, Samuel, 1625?-1691. / [1653] Svffolks tears, or, Elegies on the renowned knight Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston a gentleman eminent for piety to God, love to the Church, and fidelity to his country, and therefore highly honored by them all : he was five times chosen Knight of the Shire, for the county of Suffolk, and once burgess of Sudbury, in the discharge of which trust, he always approved himself faithful, as by his great sufferings for the freedoms and liberties of his countrey, abundantly appear : a zealous promoter of the preaching of the Gospel, manifested by his great care, in presenting men, able, learned, and pious, to the places whereof he had the patronage, and also by his large and extraordinary bounty towards the advancing of religion and learning, both at home, and in forreign plantations among the heathen.
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, Baron, 1584-1648. / [1642] A letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando, Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, Committees of the Commons House of Parliament residing at York being a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at York, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May : with the names of those gentlemen that concurred with the king concerning a guard for his sacred person ... : also the free-holders protestation, inclosed in the letter from the said committee, to Master Speaker ... and the votes against removing the next term to York.
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, Baron, 1584-1648. / [1642] A happy victory obtained by the Lord Fairefax and Captaine Hotham over the Earle of New-Castle and his forces in Yorkshire, with the number of men slaine, and taken prisoners on both sides also an exact relation of all the proceedings betweene both armies, and the present state of things in that county at this present : as it was sent in a letter from the said Lord Fairfax to the Speaker of the House of Peercs, dated Decemb. 10, 1642.
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, Baron, 1584-1648. / [Ian. 31, 1642] The good and prosperous successe of the Parliaments forces in York-Shire against the Earle of New-Castle and his popish adherents as it was sent in a letter / from the ... Lord Fairefax ... ; with some observations of the Lords and Commons upon the said happy proceedings ...
Fairfax, Henry, 1634-1702. / [1688] An Impartial relation of the whole proceedings against St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in Oxon, in the year of our Lord 1687 containing only matters of fact as they occurred.
Fairfax, John, 1623-1700. / [1681] Presvyteros diplēs timēs axios, or, The true dignity of St. Paul's elder exemplified in the life of ... Mr. Owen Stockton ... with a collection of his observations, experiences and evidences recorded by his own hand : to which is added his funeral sermon / by John Fairfax ...
Fairfax, Nathaniel, 1637-1690. / [1674] A treatise of the bulk and selvedge of the world wherein the greatness, littleness, and lastingness of bodies are freely handled : with an answer to Tentamine [sic] de Deo by S.P. ... / by N. Fairfax ...
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1645] Two letters the one from the Right Honourable, Sir Thomas Fairfax. The other from Colonell Ralph VVeldon. Being an exact relation of the raising of the siege, and releeving of the town of Taunton. Which was read in both Houses of Parliament on Wednesday being the 14. of May 1645. And commanded to be forthwith printed.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1648] Three proclamations by His Excellency the Lord General Fairfax; the first commanding the civil deportment of the souldiery. The second that no souldier shall depart from his quarters without leave. The third that all ill-affected persons, that have engaged for the King, in the first or latter war, and are now residing in or about London, shall depart the said city, and suburbs, and all places ten miles distant from thence, within twenty four hours next after publication hereof.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1645] Three letters, from the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Fairfax, Lieut. Gen. Crumwell and the committee residing in the army. Wherein all the particulars of the great victory obtained by our forces against His Majesties, is fully related, fought the 14 of Iune, 1645. With a list of the names of such colonels, captaines, lieutenants, ensignes, and other officers, both of horse and foot there taken prisoners. And the resolution of both Houses upon the same. Die Lunæ, 16 Iune, 1645. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters, with the list of the prisoners, be forthwith printed and published, with the order of both Houses concerning the same. Io. Brown. Cler. Parliament.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Iuly 28, 1645] Sir Thomas Fairfax's letter to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq. speaker of the House of Commons of all the particulars concerning the taking of Bridgewater : together with a list of the persons of quality and prisoners taken in the fight and town.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Aug. 19. 1645] Sir Thomas Fairfax's letter to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq: Speaker of the House of Commons; concerning the taking of Sherborn Castle, with 16. pieces of ordnance, one morter piece, and 344. common souldiers. With another letter to the said Mr. Speaker, of the particulars of all the proceedings against the enemy at Sherborn Castle Together with a list of the prisoners of war, taken at Sherborn Castle, Aug. 15. 1645. Also, the oath taken by the inhabitants of Exeter. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these letters with the list, be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Iuly 28. 1645] Sir Thomas Fairfax's letter to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the House of Commons; of all the particulars concerning the taking of Bridgewater. Together with a list of the persons of quality, and prisoners taken in the fight and town. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Feb. 24. 1645. i.e. 1646] Sir Thomas Fairfax letter to the Honoble William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons. Concerning all the passages of his army since his advance from Exeter, and the manner of routing the Princes and the Lord Hoptons forces at Torrington, together with all the particulars in that expedition. Also another letter from a gentleman of quality, of the whole passages of this great victory. Both which were read in the House of Commons. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1646] Sir Thomas Fairfax knight generall of the forces raised by the Parliament. Suffer the bearer hereof [blank] who was in the city and garrison of Oxford, at the the surrender thereof, and is to have the full benefit of the articles agreed unto upon the surrender ...
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1646] Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight Generall of the forces raised by the Parliament suffer the bearer hereof [blank] who was in the city and garrison of Oxford at the surrender thereof ...
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [May 14, 1646] Sir Thomas Fairfax his summons sent into Oxford and the governours answer, with the names of those Sir Thomas Glemham desires passes for to treat about what he shall send : also Sir Thomas Fairfax his summons sent into Wallingford, Bostoll, and Rudcot : and the copie of the articles for the surrender of Dudley-Castle to Sir William Brereton, with all ordnance, armes and ammunition, bag and baggage.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1699] Short memorials of Thomas Lord Fairfax written by himself.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Jenuary 5, 1642 1643] A second letter from the right honourable the Lord Fairfax, of his late prosperous proceedings against the Earle of New-castle, and his popish army in Yorke-shire. Presented to the Parliament, and read in both houses, on Wensday the 4. of January. 1642. With an order of the Lords and Commons, that if any of the trained-bands within the city of London, Westminster, or the county of Middlesex; shall neglect to repaire to their colours as often as they shall be required, they shall suffer two days impisonment [sic] or else pay five shillings for the offence. Die Mercurii 4. Ian. 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and order shall be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A proclamation to prevent abuses by the souldiers: by his excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax, Knight, Commander in Chiefe of the forces raised by the Parliament.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1649] A proclamation by his Excellency the Lord Generall, forbidding all souldiers to forbear to put their horses into the mowing-pastures.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1649] A proclamation by his Excellency the Lord Generall, for the regulating of souldiers in their march to Ireland.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Feb. 13. 1648] A proclamation by his Excellency the Lord General.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1649] A proclamation by his Excellencie the Lord Generall, concerning free-quarter.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [22 March, 1645] Master Peters messuage from Sir Thomas Fairfax, delivered in both houses of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: With the whole state of the west, and all the particulars about the disbanding of the princes and Sir Ralph Hoptons army. Together with His Majesties proclamation. Also the totall routing of Sir Jacob Ashley himselfe, and 1500 taken prisoners, their carriages and ammunition also taken by Colonell Morgan and Sir William Brereton. Commanded to be printed at the desire of divers members of Parliament, and published according to order.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [August 24. 1647] A letter from His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1648] The Lord General's letter to the Lord Major, aldermen, and Common-Councell of London concerning the armies advance up to the City of London; and desiring the advance of 40000 li. presently, for pay of the army.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Decemb. 7, 1648] The humble proposals and desires of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax, and of the general councel of officers, in order to a speedy prosecution of justice, and the settlement formerly propounded by them
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] The heads of a charge delivered in the name of the armie under the command of Sr. Thomas Fairfax, unto the commissioners of Parliament now with the armie at St. Albans, June the 14, 1647 to be by them sent up to the Parliament against Denzel Hollis Esquire, Sr. Philip Stapleton, Sr. Wil. Lewis, Sr. Iohn Clotworthy, Sr. William Waller, Sr. Iohn Maynard Knights : Major Generall Massie, Mr. Glynn Recorder of London, Colonel Walter Long, Colonel Edward Harley, and Anthony Nichols Esquire, members of the House of Commons, joyntly or severally : together with a paper prefixed, delivered to the right honourable commissioners of Parliament now with the army, June the 15, 1647 / from his Excellencie Sr. Thomas Fairfax and the army under his command.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [Octob. 25. 1645] Generall Fairfax's letter to the Honorable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons. Concerning the storming and taking of Tiverton Castle and Church. Together with a perfect list of the commanders and souldiers that were taken prisoners. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and list be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1660] The declaration of Thomas Lord Fairfax, and the rest of the lords, knights, esquires, citizens, ministers and freeholders of the county and city of York.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1660] The declaration of Thomas Lord Fairfax, and the rest of the lords, knights, esquires, citizens, ministers and freeholders of the county and city of York.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1660] The declaration of the Lord Fairfax, and others of the nobility and gentry of the north parts of England
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A declaration of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Councell of Warre against a printed pamphlet, pretending authority from the army to dispossesse or interrupt such ministers as were put into sequestred livings by the Parliament, or authority derived from them.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A declaration from Sir Thomas Fairfax and the army under his command as it was humbly tendered to the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : as also to the Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and Common-Councell of the city of London : concerning the just and fundamentall rights and liberties of themselves and the kingdome : with some humble proposals and desires.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A declaration from his excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax, and his councell of warre concerning their proceedings in the proposalls prepared and agreed on by the councel of the Army, to be tendred to the Commissioners of Parliament residing in the Army, and with them to be treated on by the Commissioners of the Army : together with the heads of the said proposalls, containing the particulars of their desires, in pursuance of their former declarations and papers, in order to the clearing and securing of the rights and liberties of the kingdome, and the settling of a just and lasting peace : to which are added, some further particular desires, for the removing and redressing of divers present pressing grievances, being also comprised in, or in necessary pursuance of their former representation and papers appointed to be treated on.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1647] A declaration from His Excellence Sir Thomas Fairfax and the generall councel of the army, held at Putney, on Thursday September 16, 1647 concerning the delaies in raising monies for supply of the army, and other forces of the kingdome : and their humble offers and desires in relation thereto : tendred to the Right Honourable Commissioners of Parliament residing with the army, and by them to be presented to the Houses : with His Exceliencies letter to the commissioners concerning the same : also a narrative of the souldiers behavior towards the L. Lauderdale.
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1649] By his Excellency the Lord Generall. Whereas daily complaints are made, that some disorderly souldiers under my command, contrary to the lawes of the nation, and discipline of the army, have, and still doe, commit very great outrages ...
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1612-1671. / [1649] By his Excellency the Lord General. Whereas complaints have been made, that divers souldiers most unconscionably have broken into mens gardens, orchards, and grounds ...
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, Baron, 1657-1710. / [1698] The case of Thomas Lord Fairfax, and Katherine his wife; and John Peshall Esquire, and Charlotte his wife
Fairman, Lydia. / [1659] A few lines given forth and a true testimony of the way which is Christ whom the saints enjoyes who have believed in the light and followed it into the regeneration, which they come to know through the preaching of the Gospel which hath been received in the power of God in these latter dayes and hath been preached in the demonstration of the Spirit.
Faithorne, William, 1616-1691. / [1662] The art of graveing and etching wherein is exprest the true way of graueing in copper : allso [sic] the manner & method of that famous Callot & Mr. Bosse in their seuerall ways of etching.
Falconer, John, 1577-1656. / [Imprinted with license M. DC. XVIII 1618] A briefe refutation of Iohn Traskes iudaical and nouel fancyes Stiling himselfe Minister of Gods Word, imprisoned for the lawes eternall perfection, or God's lawes perfect eternity. By B. D. Catholike Deuine.
Faldo, John, 1633-1690. / [1673] Quakerism no Christianity Clearly and abundantly proved, out of the writings of their chief leaders. With a key, for the understanding their sense of their many usurped, and unintelligible words and phrases, to most readers. In three parts. By John Faldo.
Faldo, W. / [1674] In diem natalem regis augustissimi Caroli Secundi, VVindesorio Maij XXIX. Anno Dom. MDCLXXIV celebratum quo festo inclytissimus Johannes Comes de Mulgrave periscellidis ordine insignitus est: Carmen heroicum, honorum virtutumque patronis dedicatum ...
Fale, Thomas, fl. 1604. / [1593] Horologiographia The art of dialling: teaching an easie and perfect way to make all kinds of dials vpon any plaine plat howsoeuer placed: vvith the drawing of the twelue signes, and houres vnequall in them all. Whereunto is annexed the making and vse of other dials and instruments, whereby the houre of the day and night is knowne. Of speciall vse and delight not onely for students of the arts mathematicall, but also for diuers artificers, architects, surueyours of buildings, free-Masons and others. By T. Fale.
Falkland, Henry Cary, Viscount, 1634-1663. / [1664] The mariage night written by the Lord Viscount Fawlkland.
Falkland, Henry Cary, Viscount, d. 1633. / [Anno Domini 1622] Henricus Dominus Carye, Vicecomes Falklandiæ, contrarotulator hospitii serenissimi domini Regis Iacobi, deputatus suæ Maiestatis in Regno Hiberniæ & unus dominorum priuati consilii dicti domini regis in regno Angliæ
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [1641] The Lord Favlkland his learned speech in Parliament, in the House of Commons touching the judges and the late Lord Keeper
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [Octob. 7, 1642] A letter sent from the Lord Falkland principal secretarie to His Majestie vnto the Right Honourable Henry Earle of Cumberland at York Sept. 30, 1642 concerning the late conflict before Worcester with the state of His Majesties armie now at Shrewsbury : together with His Majesties speech to the Gentry and Freeholders of the county of Salop, Septemb. 28, 1642.
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [1644] A draught of a speech concerning episcopacy by the Lord Viscount Falkland, found since his death amongst his papers, written with his own hand.
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [1660] A discourse of infallibility with Mr. Thomas White's answer to it, and a reply to him / by Sir Lucius Cary late Lord Viscount of Falkland ; also Mr. Walter Mountague (Abbot of Nanteul) his letter against Protestantism and his Lordship's answer thereunto, with Mr. John Pearson's preface.
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643. / [1660] [Two discourses] concerning episcopacy the former made by the Lord Viscount Falkland ; and the later by William Chillingworth.
Falle, Philip, 1656-1742. / [1692] A sermon preached at St. Hilary's in the Isle of Jersey before the garrison, April 10th, 1692 by Philip Falle ...
Falle, Philip, 1656-1742. / [1694] An account of the Isle of Jersey, the greatest of those islands that are now the only reminder of the English dominions in France with a new and accurate map of the island / by Philip Falle ...
Fancan, François Dorval-Langlois, sieur de, ca. 1576-1628. / [M.DC.XXI. 1621] The favorites chronicle
Fancy, P. / [1655?] This is call'd, Maids looke well about you, or, The cunning yung-man fitted to the tune of Weet [?] and weary.
Fancy, P., fl. 1675. / [1675?] The age & life of man. Here you may see the frailty that's in men, till they have run the years threescore and ten. / Tune of Jane Shore.
Fane, Francis, Sir, d. 1689? / [MDCLXXXVII 1685] The sacrifice a tragedy / by the Honorable Sir Francis Fane.
Fane, Francis, Sir, d. 1689? / [1685] A pindarick ode on the sacred memory of our late Gracious Sovereign King Charles II to which is added, another essay on the same occasion, by Sir F.F. Knight of the Bath.
Fane, Francis, Sir, d. 1689? / [1662] A panegyrick to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty upon his happy accession to the crown, and his more fortvnate marriage / by Sr. F.F. K.B.
Fane, Francis, Sir, d. 1689? / [1675] Love in the dark, or, The man of bus'ness a comedy : acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesties servants / written by Sir Francis Fane, Junior, Knight of the Bath.
Fannant, Thomas. / [1641] A trve relation of that memorable Parliament which wrought wonders begun at Westminster, in the tenth yeare of the reigne of K. Richard the second : whereunto is added an abstract of those memorable matters, before and since the said kings reigne, done by Parliament : together with a character of the said amiable, but unhappy King, and a briefe story of his life and lamentable death.
Farewell, Christopher. / [1633] An East-India colation; or a discourse of travels set forth in sundry obseruations, briefe and delightfull; collected by the author in a voyage he made unto the East-Indies, of almost foure yeares continuance. Written by C.F.
Farewell, James. / [MDCLXXXIX 1689] The Irish Hudibras, or, Fingallian prince taken from the sixth book of Virgil's Æneids, and adapted to the present times.
Faria e Sousa, Manuel de, 1590-1649. / [1695] The Portugues Asia, or, The history of the discovery and conquest of India by the Portugues containing all their discoveries from the coast of Africk, to the farthest parts of China and Japan, all their battels by sea and land, sieges and other memorable actions, a description of those countries, and many particulars of the religion, government and customs of the natives, &c. : in three tomes / written in Spanish by Manuel de Faria y Sousa ... ; translated into English by Cap. John Stevens.
Faria e Sousa, Manuel de, 1590-1649. / [1698] The history of Portugal from the first ages of the world, to the late great revolution, under King John IV, in the year MDCXL written in Spanish, by Emanuel de Faria y Sousa, Knight of the Order of Christ ; translated, and continued down to this present year, 1698, by Capt. John Stevens.
Faria, Francisco de, b. 1653. / [1680] The narrative of Segnior Francisco de Faria, interpreter and secretary of languages unto Gasper de Abrev de Freitas, late Ambassador in Ordinary from the crown of Portugal, to His Most Sacred Majesty of England wherein is contained the several informations given upon oath before the Right Honourable the Lords Committees, for examinations touching the horrid Popish Plot, and reported to the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled, and afterwords to the Commons of England in Parliament assembled.
Farley, Henry. / [1622] Portland-stone in Paules-Church-yard Their birth, their mirth, their thankefulnesse, their aduertisement. Written by Hen: Farley, a free-man of London: who hath done as freely for free-stone, within these eight yeares, as most men, and knowes as much of their mindes as any man. Buy, or goe by.
Farley, Henry. / [Anno 1617] For face, for race, for grace ... [by] Hen: Farley; Simon Passæus sculpsit Lond.
Farmer, Jacob, 17th cent. / [1642] A letter sent out of Ireland to one Mr. Bell a merchant at this time living in St. Thomas Apostles : being a true relation of the present estate of Ireland as it now stands under the present persecution of the papists : also their carriage towards Dublin an their cruell and most ty [sic] tyrnnicall buring of Armath : sent over by a gentleman from Ireland unto a worthy merchant of this citie in a letter : the which letter was openly read on Friday last upon the Royall Exchange in London, and the contents confirmed by a gentleman who but lately arrived from Ireland and was spectator of most of those bloody and tragicall proceedings.
Farmer, John, fl. 1591-1601. / [anno Dom. 1599. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum] The first set of English madrigals to foure voices: newly composed by Iohn Farmer, practicioner in the art of musicque.
Farmer, John, fl. 1591-1601. / [1591] [Diuers & sundry waies of two parts in one, to the number of fortie, vppon one playnsong]
Farmer, Ralph. / [1658] The imposter dethron'd, or, The Quakers throne of truth detected to bee Satans seat of lyes by way of reply to a quaking and railing pamphlet written by Capt. Bishop entituled, The throne of truth exalted over the powers of darkness wherein is briefly hinted the rottenness of the Quakers conversion and perfection ... / by Ralph Farmer.
Farmer, Ralph. / [1655] The great mysteries of godlinesse and ungodlinesse the one opened from that eternall truth of the un-erring Scripture of the ever-blessed Jesus, the other discovered from the writings and speakings of a generation of deceivers, called Quakrrs [sic] : wherein their sathanicall depths, and diabolicall delusions, not hitherto so fully known, are laid open ... / by Ra. Farmer ...
Farmer, William. / [1648] Art thou a ruler in Israel and knowest not these things? Viz. The great errour in that which is called the Apostles creed And the reall truth of Jesus Christ his glorious conquering personall reigne on Earth, over the Devill, sin and death for one thousand yeares. With mans salvation by the free grace and favour of God and Jesus Christ. Laid open by him who heartily desires the manifestation of all the truths of God, and of Jesus Christ. And the utter excirpation of all the errours of men. William Farmer, Gent.
Farnaby, Giles, ca. 1565-1640. / [M.D.XCVIII. 1598] Canzonets to fowre voyces, with a song of eight parts. Compiled by Giles Farnaby Bachilar of Musicke.
Farnaby, Thomas, 1575?-1647. / [1638] Phrases oratoriæ elegantiores Editio septima; cui accesserunt phrases aliquot poëtica. Curâ & operâ Tho. Farnabii.
Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707. / [1700] The constant couple, or, A trip to the Jubilee a comedy, acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants / by Mr. George Farquhar.
Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707. / [1699] Love and a bottle a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane by His Majesty's servants / written by Mr. George Farquhar.
Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707. / [1699] The adventures of Covent-Garden in imitation of Scarron's City romance.
Farrar, Richard, Esq. / [May 22. 1660] A panegyrick to his excellency, the Lord General Monck. By Richard Farrar, Esq;
Farrar, Richard, Esq. / [1648] An expedient for the king, or, King Charls his peace-offering, sacrificed at the altar of peace, for a safe and well-grounded peace the welfare and happiness of all in generall, and every subject in particular, of his kingdom of England Behold! all ye that passe by, stand stil, and see the wonderful salvation of the Lord, which he hath wrought for the people of this kingdom, by his servant King Charls : Blessed are the peace-makers for they shall be called the children of God : Aske of the King, and he shal give you not stones, for bread, nor scorpions, for fish / studied and published for the honour of the King, and his posterity, and the universall happiness of the whole kingdom of England, by Richard Farrar, Esq.
Farres, Captain. / [1642] A speech spoken vnto his Excellence the Earle of Warwicke by Captaine Farres in the behalfe of the whole county of Essex ; with his Excellence his gracious answer thereunto giving all his souldiers generall satisfaction not long before they marched forth from London towards Branford ; as allso, a true relation of the last Battail at Branford the 12 of November, betwixt His Maiestyes army and the Parliaments forces ; and how the cavaleers swore God damme them the devill was in their powder.
Farthing, John. / [1695-1696] To the honourable, the knights, citizens and burgesses, in Parliament assembled It is now almost seven years since I endeavoured to set right his Majesties revenue of excise, both as to the management of, and accompting for it; ...
Farthing, John. / [1696] The excise rectify'd, or, A plain demonstration that the revenue now raised thereby, is capable of being improved at least four or five hundred thousand pounds per annum, which is now paid by the subject, but diverted from its proper chanel into private hands
Fat, pious and learned divine. / [between 1641-1661] The Churches victory in a message from heaven to the saints on early / by a fat, pious and learned divine, immediately before his death, to incourage all those who are now in armes for the defence of Christ and his gospell.
Fatio de Duillier, Nicolas, 1664-1753. / [1699] Fruit-walls improved, by inclining them to the horizon, or, A way to build walls for fruit-trees whereby they may receive more sun shine, and heat, than ordinary / by a member of the Royal Society.
Favyn, André. / [1623] The theater of honour and knight-hood. Or A compendious chronicle and historie of the whole Christian vvorld Containing the originall of all monarchies, kingdomes, and estates, with their emperours, kings, princes, and gouernours; their beginnings, continuance, and successions, to this present time. The first institution of armes, emblazons, kings, heralds, and pursuiuants of armes: with all the ancient and moderne military orders of knight-hood in euery kingdome. Of duelloes or single combates ... Likewise of ioustes, tourneyes, and tournaments, and orders belonging to them. Lastly of funerall pompe, for emperours, kings, princes, and meaner persons, with all the rites and ceremonies fitting for them. VVritten in French, by Andrew Fauine, Parisian: and aduocate in the High Court of Parliament. M.DC.XX.
Fawcet, Samuel, 1600 or 1601-1662? / [1641] A seasonable sermon for these trovblesome times preached to the right worshipfull companie of the haberdashers, Novemb. 23, 1641 : in the parish-church of St. Mary Stainings in London / by Samvel Favvcet ...; stirring up every one to lay to heart the publique troubles and to doe what is in his power to remedy them.
Fawkner, Antony, b. 1601 or 2. / [Anno Dom. 1635] The widowes petition delivered in a sermon before the iudges at the assises held at Northampton, Iuly 25. 1633. by Antony Fawkner, parson of Saltry All-Saints, alias Moygne in Huntingtonshire.
Fawkner, Antony, b. 1601 or 2. / [1630] Nicodemus for Christ, or The religious moote of an honest lawyer: deliuered in a sermon, preached at the assises at Okeham, in the county of Rutland, March. 10. 1627. By Antony Favvkner, Master of Arts, and late student in Iesus Colledge in Oxford