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Flacius Illyricus, Matthias, 1520-1575. / [1552?] Wonderfull newes of the death of Paule the. iii. last byshop of Rome [and] of diuerse thynges that after his death haue happened, wherein is trulye set ... the abominable actes of his most mischeuous life. Written in Latin by. P. Esquillus, and Englyshed by W. B. Londoner.
Flacius Illyricus, Matthias, 1520-1575. / [1564] A godly and necessarye admonition of the decrees and canons of the Counsel of Trent, celebrated vnder Pius the fourth, Byshop of Rome, in the yeares of our Lord. M.D.LXII. and. M.D.LXIII. Wrytten for those godlye disposed persons sakes, whych looke for amendement of doctrine and ceremonies to bee made by generall counsels. Lately translated out of Latine.
Flamant, M., fl. 1692-1699. / [1697] The art of preserving and restoring health explaining the nature and causes of the distempers that afflict mankind : also shewing that every man is, or may be his own best physician : to which is added a treatise of the most simple and effectual remedies for the diseases of men and women / written in French by M. Flamand ; and faithfully translated into English.
Flamel, Nicolas, d. 1418. / [1624] Nicholas Flammel, his exposition of the hieroglyphicall figures which he caused to bee painted vpon an arch in St. Innocents Church-yard, in Paris. Together with the secret booke of Artephius, and the epistle of Iohn Pontanus: concerning both the theoricke and the practicke of the philosophers stone. Faithfully, and (as the maiesty of the thing requireth) religiously done into English out of the French and Latine copies. By Eirenæus Orandus, qui est, vera veris enodans
Flamsteed, John, 1646-1719. / [1695] Flemstadts most strange and wonderful prophecy, foretelling what may be the wonderful effects and continuance of this present frost and great snow: With an historical account of the several great frosts, since the conquest
Flamsteed, John, 1646-1719. / [1683] A correct tide table, shewing the true time of the high-waters at London-Bridg, to every day in the year, 1683 by J. Flamsteed ...
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1686] A song for St. Cæcilia's Day, Nov. 22, 1686 written by Mr. Tho. Flatman ; and composed by Mr. Isaac Blackwell.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1674] Poems and songs by Thomas Flatman.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1681] A Pindarique ode on the death of the Right Honourable Thomas, Earl of Ossory by Thomas Flatman, Esq.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [Re-printed in the year 1681] The Parliament dissolv'd at Oxford, March 28. 1681. From Devonshire.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [MDCLX. 1660] A panegyrick to His Renowed [sic] Majestie, Charles the Second, King of Great Britaine, &c.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [MDCLX. 1660] A panegyrick to His Renowed [sic] Majestie, Charles the Second, King of Great Britaine, &c.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1670] On the death of the truly valiant, and loyal George, Duke of Albemarle, late general of His Majesties forces, and knight of the Honorable Order of the Garter a pindariqu' ode / by Thomas Flatman.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1688] On the death of the Right Honorable the Duke of Ormond a pindarique ode / by Thomas Flatman.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1683] On the death of the illustrious Prince Rupert a pindarique ode / by Thomas Flatman.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1685] On the death of our late sovereign lord King Charles II of blessed memory a pindarique ode / by Thomas Flatman.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1658] Naps upon Parnassus. A sleepy muse nipt and pincht, though not awakened such voluntary and jovial copies of verses, as were lately receiv'd from some of the wits of the universities, in a frolick, dedicated to Gondibert's mistress by Captain Jones and others. Whereunto is added from demonstration of the authors prosaick excellency's, his epistle to one of the universities, with the answer; together with two satyrical characters of his own, of a temporizer, and an antiquary, with marginal notes by a friend to the reader. Vide Jones his legend, drink sack and gunpowder, and so fall to't.
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1679] Matrimonii pensitatio, or, No joynture but the hugg-rural
Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688. / [1661] Don Juan Lamberto: or, a comical history of the late times. The first part. By Montelion Knight of the Oracle, &c.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1690] Vindiciæ legis & fœderis: or, A reply to Mr. Philip Cary's Solemn call Wherein he pretends to answer all the arguments of Mr. Allen, Mr. Baxter, Mr. Sydenham, Mr. Sedgwick, Mr. Roberts, and Dr. Burthogge, for the right of believers infants to baptism, by proving the law at Sinai, and the covenant of circumcision with Abraham, were the very same with Adam's covenant of works, and that because the gospel-covenant is absolute. By John Flavel minister of the gospel in Dartmouth
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1682] Two treatises the first of fear, from Isa. 8, v. 12, 13, and part of the 14 : the second, The righteous man's refuge in the evil day, from Isaiah 26, verse 20 / by John Flavell.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1698] The touchstone of sincerity, or, The signs of grace and symptomes of hypocrisie opened in a practical treatise upon Revelations III 17, 18 being the second part of the Saint indeed / by John Flavell ...
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1674] A token for mourners, or, The advice of Christ to a distressed mother bewailing the death of her dear and only son wherein the boundaries of sorrow are duly fixed, excesses restrained, the common pleas answered, and divers rules for the support of Gods afflicted ones prescribed / by J.F.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1668] A saint indeed: or The great work of a Christian, opened and pressed; from Prov. 4. 23 Being a seasonable and proper expedient for the recovery of the much decayed power of godliness, among the professors of these times. By John Flavell M. of the Gospel.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1679] Sacramental meditations upon divers select places of scripture wherein believers are assisted in preparing their hearts, and exciting their affections and graces, when they draw nigh to God in that most awful and solemn ordinance of the Lords Supper / by Jo. Flavel ...
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1691] The reasonableness of personal reformation, and the necessity of conversion; the true methods of making all men happy in this world, and in the world to come Seasonably discoursed, and earnestly pressed upon this licentious age. By J.F. a sincere lover of his native countrey, and the souls of men.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1685] Pneumatologia, a treatise of the soul of man wherein the divine original, excellent and immortal nature of the soul are opened, its love and inclination to the body, with the necessity of its separation from it, considered and improved, the existence, operations, and states of separated souls, both in Heaven and Hell, immediately after death, asserted, discussed, and variously applyed, divers knotty and difficult questions about departed souls, both philosophical, and theological, stated and determined, the invaluable preciousness of humane souls, and the various artifices of Satan (their professed enemy) to destroy them, discovered, and the great duty and interest of all men, seasonable and heartily to comply with the most great and gracious design of the Father, Son, and Spirit, for the salvation of their souls, argued and pressed / by John Flavel ...
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1691] Planelogia, a succinct and seasonable discourse of the occasions, causes, nature, rise, growth, and remedies of mental errors written some months since, and now made publick, both for the healing and prevention of the sins and calamities which have broken in this way upon the churches of Christ, to the great scandal of religion, hardening of the wicked, and obstruction of Reformation : whereunto are subjoined by way of appendix : I. Vindiciarum vindex, being a succinct, but full answer to Mr. Philip Cary's weak and impertinent exceptions to my Vindiciæ legis & fæderis, II. a synopsis of ancient and modern Antinomian errors, with scriptural arguments and reasons against them, III. a sermon composed for the preventing and healing of rents and divisions in the churches of Christ / by John Flavell ... ; with an epistle by several divines, relating to Dr. Crisp's works.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1698] Navigation spiritualiz'd: or, A new compass for seamen consisting of XXXII points of pleasant observations, profitable applications, and serious reflections: all concluded with so many spiritual poems. Whereunto is now added, I. A sober consideration of the sin of drunkenness. II. The harlots face in the Scripture-glass. III. The art of preserving the fruit of the lips. IV. The resurrection of buried mercies and promises. V. The sea-mans catechism. Being an essay toward their much desir'd reformation from the horrible and destable [sic] sins of drunkenness, swearing, uncleanness, forgetfulness of mercies, violation of promises, and atheistical contempt of death. Fit to be seriously recommmended to their profane relations, whether sea-men or others, by all such as unfeignedly desire their eternal welfare. By John Flavel, minister of the Gospel.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1681] The method of grace, in bringing home the eternal redemption contrived by the Father, and accomplished by the Son through the effectual application of the spirit unto God's elect, being the second part of Gospel redemption : wherein the great mysterie of our union and communion with Christ is opened and applied, unbelievers invited, false pretenders convicted, every mans claim to Christ examined, and the misery of Christless persons discovered and bewailed / by John Flavell ...
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [l674] Husbandry spiritualized, or, The heavenly use of earthly things consisting of many pleasant observations, pertinent applications, and serious reflections and each chapter concluded with a divine and suitable poem : directing husband-men to the most excellent improvements of their common imployments : whereunto is added ... several choice occasional meditations / by John Flavell.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1673] The fountain of life opened, or, A display of Christ in his essential and mediatorial glory wherein the impetration of our redemption by Jesus Christ is orderly unfolded as it was begun, carryed on, and finished by his covenant-transaction, mysterious incarnation, solemn call and dedication ... / by John Flavell ...
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1692] An exposition of the assemblies catechism with practical inferences from each question as it was carried on in the Lords Days exercises in Dartmouth, in the first year of liberty, 1688 / by John Flavell.
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1689] Englands duty under the present gospel liberty from Revel. III, vers. 20 : wherein is opened the admirable condescension and patience of Christ in waiting upon trifling and obstinate sinners, the wretched state of the unconverted, the nature of evangelical faith ..., the riches of free grace in the offers of Christ ..., the invaluable priviledges of union and communion granted to all who receive him ... / by John Flavell ...
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [MDCLXXVIII 1678] Divine conduct, or, The mysterie of Providence wherein the being and efficacy of Providence is asserted and vindicated : the methods of Providence as it passes through the several stages of our lives opened : and the proper course of improving all Providences / directed in a treatise upon Psalm 57 ver 2 by John Flavell ...
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. / [1688] The balm of the covenant applied to the bleeding wounds of afflicted saints First composed for the relief of a pious and worthy family, mourning over the deaths of their hopeful children; and now made publick for the support of all Christians, sorrowing on the same or any other account. To which is added, A sermon preached for the funeral of that excellent and religious gentleman John Upton of Lupton esq; by John Flavell, preacher of the gospel at Dartmouth in Devon.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1675] A treatise of the sports of wit
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1668] Sr William D'avenant's voyage to the other world with his adventures in the poets Elizium : a poetical fiction.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1665] Rich. Flecknoe's ænigmatical characters being rather a new work, than new impression of the old.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1656?] A relation of ten years in Europe, Asia, Affrique, and America all by way of letters occasionally written to divers noble personages, from place to place, and continued to this present year / by Richard Fleckno.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1660] The portrait of William Marquis of New-Castle to his Lady, the Lady Marchionesse
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1659] The marriage of Oceanus and Brittania an allegoricall fiction, really declaring Englands riches, glory, and puissance by sea : to be represented in musick, dances, and proper scenes / all invented, written, and composed by Richard Fleckno.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1664] Love's kingdom a pastoral trage-comedy : not as it was acted at the theatre near Lincolns-Inn, but as it was written, and since corrected / by Richard Flecknoe ; with a short treatise of the English stage, &c. by the same author.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1654] Love's dominion a dramatique piece full of excellent moralitie, written as a pattern for the reformed stage.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1667] Life of Tomaso the Wanderer an epitome.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [Anno M. DC. XXVI. 1626] Hierothelamium. Or, The heauenly nuptialls of our blessed Sauiour vvith a pious soule. Written by Richard Flecknoe.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1659] The idea of His Highness Oliver, late Lord Protector, &c. with certain brief reflexions on his life / by Richard Fleckno, Esq.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1661] Erminia, or, The fair and vertuous lady a trage-comedy / written by Rich. Flecknoe.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1675] Euterpe revived, or, Epigrams made at several times in the years 1672, 1673, & 1674 on persons of the greatest honour and quality most of them now living : in III books.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1670] Epigrams of all sorts, made at divers times on several occasions by Richard Flecknoe.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1666] A farrago of several pieces being a supplement to his poems, characters, heroick pourtraits, letters, and other discourses formerly published by him / newly written by Richard Flecknoe.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1656] The diarium, or journall divided into 12 jornadas in burlesque rhime, or drolling verse : with divers other pieces of the same author.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1669] Epigrams of all sorts written by Richard Flecknoe.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1658] Enigmaticall characters, all taken to the life from severall persons, humours, & dispositions by Rich. Fleckno.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1667] The damoiselles a la mode a comedy / compos'd and written by Richard Flecknoe.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [MDCLIV 1654] Ariadne deserted by Theseus and found and courted by Bacchus a dramatick piece apted for recitative musick / written and composed by Richard Fleckno.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1653] Animadversions on a petition delivered to the honourable House of Parliament by several of the godly party in the county of Salop in vindication of the present government of the commonwealth, the prudent conduct of the army, and the liberties of the people / by R.F.
Flecknoe, Richard, d. 1678? / [1640] The affections of a pious soule, unto our Saviour-Christ Expressed in a mixt treatise of verse and prose. By Richard Flecknoe.
Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723. / [1689] A sermon preached before the University of Cambridge in Kings-College Chapel, on the 25th of March, 1689, being the anniversary for commemoration of King Henry VI, the founder by William Fleetwood ...
Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723. / [1694] A sermon against clipping, preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, on Decemb. 16. 1694 by W. Fleetwood.
Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723. / [1696] A sermon of the education of children preach'd before the right honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen at Guild-Hall Chapel on Sunday, Novemb. 1, 1696 / by William Fleetwood ...
Fleming, Abraham, 1552?-1607. / [1580] A memoriall of the famous monuments and charitable almesdeedes of the right worshipfull Maister William Lambe esquire somtime gentleman of the chappell, in the reigne of the most renowmed [sic] King Henrie the eight, &c. and late citizen of London, and free of the right worshipfull companie of clothworkers: deceased the 21. of April. An. 1580. Recorded in print, according to the various and trueth of his last will and testament by Abraham Fleming.
Fleming, Abraham, 1552?-1607. / [1577] A straunge and terrible wunder wrought very late in the the parish church of Bongay, a tovvn of no great distance from the citie of Norwich, namely the fourth of this August, in ye yeere of our Lord 1577 in a great tempest of violent raine, lightning, and thunder, the like wherof hath been seldome seene. With the appeerance of an horrible shaped thing, sensibly perceiued of the the people then and there assembled. Drawen into a plain method according to the written copye. by Abraham Fleming.
Fleming, Abraham, 1552?-1607. / [1581] The diamond of deuotion cut and squared into sixe seuerall points: namelie, 1 The footpath to felicitie. 1 2 A guide to godlines. 81 3 The schoole of skill. 181 4 A swarme of bees. 209 5 A plant of pleasure. 245 6 A groue of graces. 283 Full of manie fruitfull lessons, auaileable to the leading of a godlie and reformed life: by Abraham Fleming.
Fleming, Abraham, 1552?-1607. / [1580] An epitaph, or funerall inscription, vpon the godlie life and death of the right worshipfull Maister William Lambe Esquire founder of the new conduit in Holborne, &c. Deceased the one and twentith of April, and intumbed in S. Faiths Church vnder Povvles, the sixt of Maie next and immediatly follovving. Anno. 1580. Deuised by Abraham Fleming.
Fleming, Abraham, 1552?-1607. / [1624] The conduit of comfort Containing sundrie comfortable prayers, to the strengthening of the faith of a weak Christian. By Abr. Fleming.
Fleming, Robert, 1630-1694. / [1679] The one necessary thing to be sought briefly touched in a four-fold dialogue upon some of the great and most concerning truths of practical religion.
Fleming, Robert, 1630-1694. / [1693] A discourse of earthquakes as they are supernatural and premonitory signs to a nation with a respect to what hath occurred in this year 1692, and some special reflections thereon : as also on that security and assurance of mind which is attainable in the light and power by the author of The fulfilling of the Scriptures.
Fleming, Robert, 1630-1694. / [1681] The church wounded and rent by a spirit of division held forth in a short account of some sad differences hath been of late in the Church of Scotland, with the occasion, grounds, and too evident product therof whose wounds are bleeding to this day : togither with some vindication of the truth, and principles of our church in this present state of things from unjust revilings and reproach, and a few words in the close with respect to what are the greatest concerns of Christians exercise and duty in these times.
Fleming, Robert, 1630-1694. / [1689] Britain's jubilee a congratulatory poem on the descent of His Highness the Prince of Orange into England and Their Highnesses accession to the crown, and solemn coronation, April 11, 1689.
Fleming, Robert, 1660?-1716. / [1692] Three elegies the first to the memory of Lieutenant-General Mackay, the second to the memory of my Lord Angus, only son of the Marquis of Dowglas, the third to the memory of Lieut. Collonel Fullerton : who were all three slain at the attacque at Steekerken near Enguin ... / written by Ro. Fleming.
Fletcher, Andrew, 1655-1716. / [1698] Two discourses concerning the affairs of Scotland, written in the year 1698
Fletcher, Andrew, 1655-1716. / [Printed in the year M.DCC. 1700] Some thoughts concerning the affairs of this session of Parliament. 1700
Fletcher, Andrew, 1655-1716. / [1699] A short and impartial view of the manner and occasion of the Scots colony's coming away from Darien in a letter to a person of quality.
Fletcher, Andrew, 1655-1716. / [in the year M D CC. 1700] Overtures offered to the Parliament in which this proposition is advanced that a small summ imposed on the nation, for reforming our standard, and for repairing the losses of the African and Indian Company, &c. bestowed in the method propos'd, will be of ten times more value to the nation in general, &c. to almost the whole individual persons in the kingdom, than the samen [sic] summ will be, if retained in each particulars hand.
Fletcher, Andrew, 1655-1716. / [1698] A discourse of government with relation to militia's
Fletcher, Anthonie. / [1595] Certaine very proper, and most profitable similies wherein sundrie, and very many, most foule vices, and dangerous sinnes, of all sorts, are so plainly laid open, and displaied in their kindes, and so pointed at with the finger of God, ... Collected by Anthonie Fletcher, minister of the word of God, ... This present yeere of our happines 1595.
Fletcher, Elizabeth, 17th cent. / [1660] A few words in season to all the inhabitants of Earth being a call unto them to leave off their wickedness, and to turn to the Lord before it be too late.
Fletcher, Giles, 1549?-1611. / [1591] Of the Russe common wealth. Or, Maner of gouernement of the Russe emperour, (commonly called the Emperour of Moskouia) with the manners, and fashions of the people of that countrey.
Fletcher, Giles, 1549?-1611. / [1593] Licia, or Poemes of loue in honour of the admirable and singular vertues of his lady, to the imitation of the best Latin poets, and others. Whereunto is added the rising to the crowne of Richard the third.
Fletcher, Giles, 1549?-1611. / [1643] The history of Russia, or, The government of the Emperour of Muscovia with the manners & fashions of the people of that countrey / by G. Fletcher, sometime fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge and employed in the embassie thither.
Fletcher, Giles, 1588?-1623. / [1623] The revvard of the faithfull. The labour of the faithfull. The grounds of our faith
Fletcher, Giles, 1588?-1623. / [1610] Christs victorie, and triumph in Heauen, and earth, ouer, and after death
Fletcher, Henry. / [1660] The perfect politician, or, A full view of the life and action (military and civil) of O. Cromwel whereunto is added his character, and a compleat catalogue of all the honours conferr'd by him on several persons.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1652] The wild-goose chase a comedie as it hath been acted with singular applause at the Black-Friers : being the noble, last, and onely remaines of those incomparable drammatists, Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Gent. : retriv'd for the publick delight of all the ingenious and private benefit of John Lowin and Joseph Taylor, servants to His late Majestie / by a person of honour.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1685] Valentinian, a tragedy as 'tis alter'd by the Earl of Rochester, and acted at the Theatre-Royal : together with a preface concerning the author and his writings, by one of his friends.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1634] The two noble kinsmen presented at the Blackfriers by the Kings Maiesties servants, with great applause: written by the memorable worthies of their time; Mr. Iohn Fletcher, and Mr. William Shakspeare. Gent.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [Anno 1640] The tragœdy of Rollo Duke of Normandy Acted by His Majesties Servants. Written by John Fletcher Gent.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1621] The tragedy of Thierry King of France, and his brother Theodoret As it was diuerse times acted at the Blacke-Friers by the Kings Maiesties Seruants.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [Anno 1640] Rule a vvife and have a wife A comoedy. Acted by His Majesties Servants. Written by John Fletcher Gent.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1697] Rule a wife, and have a wife a comedy, as it is acted at the new theatre in Little Lincolns Inn-fields, by His Majesty's servants.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1700] The pilgrim a comedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane / written originally by Mr. Fletcher and now very much alter'd with several additions ; likewise a prologue, epilogue, dialogue and masque written by the late great poet Mr. Dryden just before his death, being the last of his works.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1640] The night-vvalker, or The little theife A comedy, as it vvas presented by her Majesties Servants, at the Private House in Drury Lane. Written by Iohn Fletcher. Gent.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1669] The island princess, or, The generous Portugal a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesties servants.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1697] The humorous lieutenant, or, Generous enemies a comedy as it is now acted by His Majesties servants, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1660] Fathers own son a comedy formerly acted at the private house in Black Fryers, and now at the Theatre in Vere-Street by His Majesties servants / the author John Fletcher, Gent.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1637] The elder brother a comedie. Acted at the Blacke Friers, by his Maiesties Servants. Printed according to the true copie. Written by Iohn Fletcher Gent.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1610?] The faithfull shepheardesse. By Iohn Fletcher
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1696] Bonduca, or, The British heroine a tragedy, acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesty's servants, with a new entertainment of musick, vocal and instrumental : never printed or acted before.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1639] The bloody brother A tragedy. By B.J.F.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1682] The chances a comedy, as it was acted at the Theater Royal / corrected and altered by a person of honour.
Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. / [1661] The beggars bush written by Francis Beavmont and John Fletcher.
Fletcher, John, d. 1613. / [1641] The differences, causes, and iudgements of urine according to the best writers thereof, both old and new, summarily collected / by I. Fletcher.
Fletcher, Joseph, 1577?-1637. / [1628] The historie of the perfect-cursed-blessed man setting forth mans excellency by his generation, miserie [by his] degeneration, felicitie [by his] regeneration. By I.F. Master of Arts, preacher of Gods word, and rector of Wilbie in Suff.
Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. / [1632] The way to blessednes a treatise or commentary, on the first Psalme. By Phinees Fletcher, B. in D. and minister of Gods Word at Hilgay, in Norfolke.
Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. / [1631] Sicelides a piscatory, as it hath beene acted in Kings Colledge, in Cambridge.
Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. / [1633] The purple island, or, The isle of man together with Piscatorie eclogs and other poeticall miscellanies / by P.F.
Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. / [1632] Ioy in tribulation. Or, Consolations for the afflicted spirits. By Phinees Fletcher, B.D. and minister of Gods Word at Hilgay in Norfolke
Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. / [1670] A fathers testament. Written long since for the benefit of the particular relations of the authour, Phin. Fletcher; sometime Minister of the Gospel at Hillgay in Norfolk. And now made publick at the desire of friends.
Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. / [1628] Brittain's Ida. Written by that renowned poët, Edmond Spencer
Fletcher, R. / [1651] Radius heliconicus or, the resolution of a free state.
Fletcher, R. (Richard), fl. 1676-1677. / [1676] A vindication of chymistry, and chymical medicines Courteous and candid reader, chymistry, is an art that doth both teach and inable us (for our exceeding good and benefit) to seperate purity from impurity; ...
Fletcher, R. (Richard), fl. 1676-1677. / [1679] The vertues of that well-known and often experienced medicine Fletcher's powder
Fletcher, R. (Richard), fl. 1676-1677. / [1676] A character of a true physician, or, A true chymist compared with a goose-quill pedant with a short view of the frauds and abuses in physick, committed by the confederate prescribing doctoral methodists, with their combinators the apothecaries ... : being a vindication of such physicians as follow not their method but make and administer their own medicines, being the honestest, safest, cheapest, and speediest way of practice, both for physician and patient / by R. Fletcher ...
Fletcher, Robert, purveyor of carriages to Queen Elizabeth. / [1606] The nine English worthies: or, Famous and worthy princes of England being all of one name; beginning with King Henrie the first, and concluding with Prince Henry, eldest sonne to our Soueraigne Lord the King.
Fletcher, Robert, purveyor of carriages to Queen Elizabeth. / [1603] A briefe and familiar epistle shevving His Maiesties most lawfull, honourable and iust title to all his kingdomes VVith an epitaph or briefe lamentation for the late Maiestie Royall of most famous, godly, and honourable memory: with a reioycing after sorrow for the same. And lastly a prayer for his Maiesties most happy succession, and for the Queene and their children. By Robert Fletcher.
Fletcher, Robert, with the Army at Dublin. / [1642] True newes from Ireland, sent in a letter to a friend at the Meare-maide in Cheap-side.
Fletcher, Thomas, 1666-1713. / [1692] Poems on several occasions and translations wherein the first and second books of Virgil's Æneis are attempted in English / by Tho. Fletcher ...
Fletcher, William, 17th cent. / [1680] An answer to Malice defeated, or, Some reflections upon Madame Cellier's case
Fleury, Claude, 1640-1723. / [1683] The manners of the Israelites in three parts. I Of the patriarchs. 2. Of the Israelites after their coming out of Egypt until the captivity of Babylon. 3 Of the Jews after their return from the captivity until the preaching of the Gospel. Shewing their customs secular and religious, their generous contempt of earthly grandeur. And the great benefit and advantage of a plain laborious, frugal, and contented life.
Fleury, Claude, 1640-1723. / [1695] The history, choice, and method of studies by Monsieur Fleury ...
Fléchier, Esprit, 1632-1710. / [1693] The life of the emperour Theodosius the Great written originally in French by the famous Abbot Flechier ... ; Englished by Mr. Francis Manning.
Florence, of Worcester, d. 1118. / [1592] Chronicon ex chronicis ab initio mundi vsque ad annum Domini. 1118. deductum, auctore Florentio Wigorniensi monacho. Accessit etiam continuatio vsq[ue] ad annum Christi, 1141. per quendam eiusdem cœnobij eruditum. Nunquam antehac in lucem editum.
Florio, John, 1553?-1625. / [1598] A vvorlde of wordes, or Most copious, and exact dictionarie in Italian and English, collected by Iohn Florio
Florio, John, 1553?-1625. / [1578] Florio his firste fruites which yeelde familiar speech, merie prouerbes, wittie sentences, and golden sayings. Also a perfect induction to the Italian, and English tongues, as in the table appeareth. The like heretofore, neuer by any man published.
Florus, Lucius Annaeus. / [1669] The Roman history of Lucius J. Florus made English beginning with the life and reign of Romulus, the first King of the Romans : and divided into four books.
Florus, Lucius Annaeus. / [1619] The Roman histories of Lucius Iulius Florus from the foundation of Rome, till Cæsar Augustus, for aboue DCC. yeares, & from thence to Traian near CC. yeares, divided by Flor[us] into IV. ages. Translated into English.
Flower, Christopher, 1621 or 2-1699. / [1666] The passion-flower a sermon preached on the 30th day of January, being the day of the martyrdom of King Charls the I. / by Christopher Flower ...
Flower, Christopher, 1621 or 2-1699. / [1669] Mercy in the midst of judgment with a glimpse of, or a glance on, London's glorious resurrection like a Phoenix out of it's ashes delivered in a sermon preach'd at St. Dunstans in the West, Sept. 2, 1669 being the day of publick fasting and humilation in consideration of the late dreadful fire, by Chr. Flower.
Flower, Edward, Gentleman. / [1680] The proceedings of the Grand-jury of the city of Bristol, upon an indictment against Edward Flower, gentleman, for speaking words in derogation of His Majesty, and the high court of Parliament
Flower, William, ca. 1498-1588. / [1578] By the king of hearolds of this province, from the river of Trent, North East and VVestvvard
Floyd, John, 1572-1649. / [Permissu Superiorum. 1639] The totall summe. Or No danger of damnation vnto Roman Catholiques for any errour in faith nor any hope of saluation for any sectary vvhatsoeuer that doth knovvingly oppose the doctrine of the Roman Church. This is proued by the confessions, and sayings of M. William Chillingvvorth his booke.
Floyd, John, 1572-1649. / [M.DC.XX. 1620] God and the king. Or a dialogue wherein is treated of allegiance due to our most gracious Lord, King Iames, within his dominions Which (by remouing all controuersies, and causes of dissentions and suspitions) bindeth subiects, by an inuiolable band of loue and duty, to their soueraigne. Translated out of Latin into English.
Floyd, Thomas, M.A., of Jesus College, Oxford. / [1600] The picture of a perfit common wealth describing aswell the offices of princes and inferiour magistrates ouer their subiects, as also the duties of subiects towards their gouernours. Gathered forth of many authors, aswel humane, as diuine, by Thomas Floyd master in the Artes.
Floyer, John, Sir, 1649-1734. / [1698] A treatise of the asthma divided into four parts : in the first is given a history of the fits, and the symptoms preceding them : in the second, the cacochymia which disposes to the fit, and the rarefaction of the spirits which produces it, are described : in the third, the accident causes of the fit, and the symptomatic asthmas are observed : in the fourth, the cure of the asthmas fit, and the method of preventing it is proposed : to which is annext a digression about the several species of acids distinguish'd by their tastes, and 'tis observ'd how far they were thought convenient or injurious in general practice by the old writers, and most particularly in relation to the care of the asthma.
Floyer, John, Sir, 1649-1734. / [1696] The preternatural state of animal humours described by their sensible qualities, which depend on the different degrees of their fermentation and the cure of each particular cacochymia is performed by medicines of a peculiar specific taste, described : to this treatise are added two appendixes I. About the nature of fevers and their ferments and cure by particular tastes, II. Concerning the effervescence and ebullition of the several cacochymia's ... / by the author of Pharmacho bazagth.
Floyer, John, Sir, 1649-1734. / [1697] An enquiry into the right use and abuses of the hot, cold, and temperate baths in England ... to this is added I. an extract of Dr. Jones's treaty on Buxton-Bath ..., II. a letter from Dr. Clayton ... concerning the use of St. Mungus-Well, III. an abstract of some cures perform'd by the bath at Buxton / by Sir John Floyer, Kt. ...
Fludd, Robert, 1574-1637. / [1659] Mosaicall philosophy grounded upon the essentiall truth, or eternal sapience / written first in Latin and afterwards thus rendred into English by Robert Fludd, Esq.
Fludd, Robert, 1574-1637. / [1631] Doctor Fludds answer vnto M· Foster or, The squeesing of Parson Fosters sponge, ordained by him for the wiping away of the weapon-salue VVherein the sponge-bearers immodest carriage and behauiour towards his bretheren is detected ...