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Foigny, Gabriel de, ca. 1630-1692. / [1693] A new discovery of Terra incognita Australis, or, The southern world, by James Sadeur, a French-man, who being cast there by a shipwrack, lived 35 years in that country and gives a particular description of the manners, customs, religion, laws, studies and wars of those southern people, and of some animals peculiar to that place ... translated from the French copy ...
Folkingham, W. (William) / [1610] Feudigraphia The synopsis or epitome of surueying methodized. Anatomizing the whole corps of the facultie; viz. The materiall, mathematicall, mechanicall and legall parts, intimating all the incidents to fees and possessions, and whatsoeuer may be comprized vnder their matter, forme, proprietie, and valuation. Very pertinent to be perused of all those, whom the right, reuenewe, estimation, farming, occupation, manurance, subduing, preparing and imploying of arable, medow, pasture, and all other plots doe concerne. And no lesse remarkable for all vnder-takers in the plantation of Ireland or Virginia ... Composed in a compendious digest by W. Folkingham. G.
Fonseca, Cristóbal de, 1550?-1621. / [anno Domini. 1629] Deuout contemplations expressed in two and fortie sermons vpon all ye quadragesimall Gospells written in Spanish by Fr. Ch. de Fonseca Englished by. I. M. of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford
Fontaine, Nicolas, 1625-1709. / [1699] The history of the Old and New Testament extracted out of sacred Scripture and writings of the fathers : to which are added the lives, travels and sufferings of the apostles : with a large and exact historical chronology of all the affairs and actions related in the Bible : the whole illustrated with two hundred thirty four sculptures, and three maps, delineated and engraved by good artists / translated from the Sieur De Royaumont, by several hands ; supervised and recommended by Dr. Horneck, and other orthodox divines.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [l688] A plurality of worlds written in French by the author of the Dialogues of the dead ; translated into English by Mr. Glanvill.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1688] The history of oracles, and the cheats of the pagan priests in two parts / made English.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1683] New dialogues of the dead in three parts / dedicated to Lusian in Elysium ; made English by J.D.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1685] Dialogues of the dead, ancient and modern. The second part Dedicated to Lucian in Elysium.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1693] The French Lucian made English; By J.D. Esq
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1688] A discovery of new worlds from the French, made English by A. Behn.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1687] A discourse of the plurality of worlds written in French by the most ingenious author of the Dialogues of the dead ; and translated into English by Sir W.D., Knight.
Fonteyn, Nicolaas. / [1652] The womans doctour, or, An exact and distinct explanation of all such diseases as are peculiar to that sex with choise and experimentall remedies against the same : being safe in the composition, pleasant in the use, effectuall in the operation, cheap in the price / faithfully translated out of the works of that learned philosopher and eminent physitian Nicholas Fontanus.
Forbes, Alexander Forbes, Baron, d. 1672. / [1642] A trve copie of two letters brought by Mr. Peters this October 11 from my L. Forbes from Ireland the one to the House of Peeres the other to the House of Commons : I. declaring the wofull misery of that kingdome in all corners and quarters, II. his very happie and successefull endevours against the rebels what they have been, III. how, through Gods blessing, with five or six thousand men presently sent he may regaine that kingdome yet before December be past.
Forbes, John. / [1681] The mariner's everlasting almanack wherein is set down diverse motions of the moon, with rules and tables for finding her age every day, and when she cometh to the meridian, also the time of her true rising and setting, fully examplified and proved, together with everlasting tyde-tables, containing the true ebbings and flowings throughout the most part of the sea-ports and towns in Europe ... / by Iohn Forbes.
Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. / [1632] A preparatiue sermon, to the Lords table, preached by the Reuerend Mr. Iohn Forbes, pastour to the Companie of Marchant Aduentureres residing in Delff
Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. / [Anno 1632] A sermon discursing the true meaning of these vvords: The I. epistle of Timothy, the 2. chapt. vers. the 4. VVho will haue all men to be saued, and to come to the knowledge of the truth, &c. Preached by the reuerend Mr. Iohn Forbes, pastour to the company of marchant adventurers residing in Delph. Anno 1632
Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. / [1616] A treatise tending to cleare the doctrine of iustification. Written by Io. Forbes, pastour of the English Church at Middelburgh, for the instruction of his flocke: and now published by some of them for the good of others
Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. / [1626] A fruitfull sermon made by the reverend and learned Mr. Iohn Forbes. Pastour of the English company of merchants adventures at Delft. Published by some of his flock out of sincere affection for common good
Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. / [Anno 1635] Four sermons which doe manifest the true sence of the 1. Epistle to Timothie 6. Chaper 13. 14. 15. [and] 16. verses of that chapter. Preached by the reverend divine Mr. Iohn Forbes late preacher to the Companie of Merchant-Adventurers in Delft. Published by S.O.
Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. / [1616] A letter first written and sent by Io. Forbes, pastour of the English Church at Middelburgh vnto certen of the companie of marchands adventurers at Stoade, at their earnest desire, for resolving this question: how a Christian man may discerne the testimonie of Gods spirit, from the testimonie of his owne spirit, in witnessing his adoption. And now againe renewed and enlarged by the authour, at the desire of divers good Christians, for the comfort of their troubled co[n]sciences, and published by those of his flocke, to whom he did dedicate it for the publike vse of the Church.
Forbes, John, 1593-1648. / [the yeare aboue written 1638] A peaceable vvarning, to the subjects in Scotland given in the yeare of God 1638.
Forbes, John, Captain. / [1631] A letter from Sarient Maior Forbes from the King of Swethens army to his reverend father Mr. Iohn Forbes, minister to the Worshipful Company of Marchant Adventurers residing in Delft touching the great battle fought by Lypsick betweene the King of Swethen, the Duke of Saxons army, and the Emperours army, and that commanded by Generall Tilly, of the Catholique League the 7. of September, 1631.
Forbes, Patrick, 1564-1635. / [1613] An exquisite commentarie vpon the Reuelation of Saint Iohn VVherein, both the course of the whole booke, as also the more abstruse and hard places thereof not heretofore opened; are now at last most cleerely and euidently explaned. By Patrik Forbes of Corse.
Forbes, Patrick, 1564-1635. / [1627] Eubulus, or A dialogue, where-in a rugged Romish rhyme, (inscrybed, Catholicke questions, to the Protestaut [sic]) is confuted, and the questions there-of answered. By P.A.
Forbes, Patrick, 1564-1635. / [Anno 1614] A defence of the lavvful calling of the ministers of reformed churches, against the cavillations of Romanists Whereto is subioined, an epistle to a recusant, for clearing and maintaining some points of the former treatise of defence, challenged by a Roman Elymas Bar-Iesus-it. With a short discovery of the adversarie his dottage in his impertinent and rediculously deceitfull demands. By Patrik Forbes, of Coirse.
Forbes, Walter, 17th century. / [1633] Panegyrick to the high and mightie monarch, Charles by the grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. by Walter Forbes.
Ford, Edward, Sir, 1605-1670. / [1641] A designe for bringing a navigable river from Rickmansworth in Hartfordshire to St. Gyles in the fields the benefits of it declared and the objections against it.
Ford, Emanuel. / [1607] The most pleasant historie of Ornatus and Artesia Wherein is contained the vniust raigne of Thaeon King of Phrygia. Who with his sonne Lenon, (intending Ornatus death,) right heire to the crowne, was afterwardes slaine by his owne seruants, and Ornatus after many extreame miseries, crowned King.
Ford, Emanuel. / [1615] The first part of Parismus, the renovvmed Prince of Bohemia His most famous, delectable, and pleasant historie. Containing his noble battails fought against the Persians. His loue to Laurana, the Kings daughter of Thessalie: and of his strange aduentures in the desolate iland.
Ford, Emanuel. / [1640] The famous historie of Montelyon, Knight of the Oracle, and sonne to the renowned Persicles King of Assyria Shewing his strange birth, vnfortunate love, perilous adventures in armes, and how he came to the knowledge of his parents. Interlaced, with much variety of pleasant and delightfull discourse.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1633] Loues sacrifice A tragedie receiued generally well. Acted by the Queenes Majesties Seruants at the Phœnix in Drury-lane.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1629] The louers melancholy Acted at the Priuate House in the Blacke Friers, and publikely at the Globe by the Kings Maiesties Seruants.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1639] The ladies triall Acted by both their Majesties Servants at the private house in Drury Lane.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1620] A line of life Pointing at the immortalitie of a vertuous name.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1638] The fancies, chast and noble presented by the Queenes Maiesties Servants, at the Phoenix in Drury-lane.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1606] Fames memoriall, or The Earle of Deuonshire deceased with his honourable life, peacefull end, and solemne funerall.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1634] The chronicle historie of Perkin VVarbeck A strange truth. Acted (some-times) by the Queenes Maiesties Servants at the Phænix in Drurie lane.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1633] The broken heart A tragedy. Acted by the Kings Majesties Seruants at the priuate House in the Black-Friers.
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1633] 'Tis pitty shee's a whore Acted by the Queenes Maiesties Seruants, at the Phænix in Drury-Lane.
Ford, John, Mayor of Bath. / [1661] A narrative of the manner of celebrating his Majesties most glorious and joyfull coronation in the city of Bath, April 23. 1661. by the Mayor, aldermen and citizens thereof, and their adjoying neighbours of the gentry and commonalty; / sent in a letter from Iohn Ford, Esq; Mayor, of the city, to William Prynne, Esq; one of their elected citizens for the approaching Parliament.
Ford, John, Mayor of Bath. / [Permissu superiorum, printed, 1657] An essay of original righteousness and conveyed sin wherein the question is sightly stated, the latent venome of some of Dr. Jeremiah Tayler's heretical assertions detected, and accurately impugn'd. By [J.] Ford gentlemen.
Ford, Philip. / [1683] A vindication of William Penn, proprietary of Pennsilvania from the aspersions spread abroad on purpose to defame him.
Ford, R., fl. 1696. / [1696] A further attempt towards the reformation of the coin with expedients for preventing the stop of commerce during the re-coinage, and supplying the mint with a sufficient quantity of bullion ... / by R. Ford.
Ford, Richard, Sir, d. 1678. / [1654] To the High Court of Parliament of England, Scotland, and Ireland the humble petition of Richard Ford, Nathaniel Manton, and Thomas Papillon, of London, merchants.
Ford, Richard, Sir, d. 1678. / [1670] The speech of Sr. Richard Ford, Knight, and alderman of London made at Guild-hall to the liveries of the several companies of that city, on Michaelmass day, 1670, upon their election of him to be lord mayor of the same city for the year ensuing / taken in short-hand writing by a person then present.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1677] The fall and funeral of Northampton, in an elegy late published in Latin, by the Reverend Dr. S. Ford ; since, made English, with some variation, and enlarged, by F.A. ... a sad spectator of that frightful scene.
Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [anno, M DC XLVII. 1647] The times anatomiz'd, in severall characters. By T.F.
Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1659] Singing the psalmes the duty of Christians under the New Testament, or, A vindication of that gospel-ordinance in V sermons upon Ephesians 5, 19 wherein are asserted and cleared I. That, II. What, III. How, IV. Why [brace] we must sing / by Tho. Ford ...
Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1641] Reformation sure and stedfast, or, A seasonable sermon for the present times shevving the life and death of reformation : preached June 15, 1641.
Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1668] Felo de se, or, The bishops condemned out of their own mouthes confessing their politick devices, and unjust practices, to settle and maintain their lordly dignities, and private interests, to the impoverishing and ruine of the nations wherein such idle and unprofitable drones are suffered to domineer : in a familiar discourse between the said bishops and their tenants, begun in 1660, the year of their unhappy resurrection, and continued to this present year 1668 : published for information of the people, who groan to be delivered from that yoke of bondage, which neither they nor their fathers were able to bear / by a mourner for the poor nations ...
Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1667] Logos autopistos, or, Scriptures self-evidence to prove its existence, authority, certainty in it [sic] self, and sufficiency (in its kind) to ascertain others that it is inspir'd of God to be the only rule of faith : published as a plea for Protestants in the defence of their profession and intended only for the use and instruction of the vulgar sort.
Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1668] Aytokatakritos or, the sinner condemned of himself being a plea for God, against all the ungodly, proving them alone guilty of their own destruction; and that they shall be condemned in the great day of account, not for that they lacked, but only because they neglected the means of their salvation. And also, shewing, how fallacious and frivolous a pretence it is in any, to say, they would do better, if they could; when indeed all men could, and might do better, if they would. By one, that wisheth better to all, than most do to themselves.
Ford, Thomas, d. 1648. / [1607] Musicke of sundrie kindes set forth in two bookes. The first whereof are, aries [sic] for 4. voices to the lute, orphorion, or basse. viol, with a dialogue for two voices, and two basse viols in parts, tunde the lute way. The second are pauens, galiards, almaines, toies, igges, thumpes and such like, for two basse-viols, the lierway, so made as the greatest number may serue to play alone, very easie to be performde. Composed by Thomas Ford.
Ford, Thomas, d. 1656. / [1657] Grace and mercy to a sinner in a time of afflictions, or, The serious meditations of M. Tho. Ford of Rochester during the time of his imprisonment, before his execution, faithfully delivered from his own copie : together with his funeral sermon, preached by Mr. Wil. Sandbrook, P.M. Rochester / set forth for the strengthning of our faith in Jesus Christ ... ; published for the satisfaction of his friends ... by John Plasse.
Forde, Thomas. / [1661. i.e. 1660] Virtus rediviva a panegyrick on our late King Charles the I. &c. of ever blessed memory. Attended, with severall other pieces from the same pen. Viz. [brace] I. A theatre of wits: being a collection of apothegms. II. Fœnestra in pectore: or a century of familiar letters. III. Loves labyrinth: a tragi-comedy. IV. Fragmenta poetica: or poeticall diversions. Concluding, with a panegyrick on his sacred Majesties most happy return. / By T.F.
Forman, Simon, 1552-1611. / [1591] The groundes of the longitude with an admonition to all those that are incredulous and beleeue not the trueth of the same. VVritten by Simon Forman, student in Astronomie and Phisique. 1591.
Forrest, James, fl. 1694. / [M. DC. XCIV. 1694] A brief defence, of the old and succesful method of curing continual fevers in opposition to Doctor Brown and his vindicatory schedule.
Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. / [1684] Rectius instruendum, or, A review and examination of the doctrine presented by one assuming the name of ane [sic] informer in three dialogues with a certain doubter, upon the controverted points of episcopacy, the convenants against episcopacy and separation : wherein the unsoundnes, and (in manythinges) the inconsistency of the informers principles, arguments, and answers upon these points, the violence which he hath offred unto the Holy Scripture and to diverse authors ancient and modern, is demonstrat and made appear, and that truth which is after godlines owned by the true Protestant Presbyterian Church of Scotland asserted and vindicated.
Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. / [1699] The hierarchical bishops claim to a divine right, tried at the scripture-bar, or, A consideration of the pleadings for prelacy from pretended Scriptural arguments, presented and offered by Dr. Scott, in his book intituled, The Christian life, part II, A.M., D.D. in his Enquiry into the New Opinions, &c., and by the author of the second part of the Survey of Naphtali ... / by Thomas Forrester ...
Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706. / [1692] A counter-essay, or, A vindication and assertion of Calvin and Beza's presbyterian judgment and principles drawn from their writings, in answer to the imputations of a late pamphlet, entituled, An essay concerning church-government ... attempting to fasten upon them an episcopal perswasion ... / by a minister of the true Presbyterian Church of Scotland, established by law.
Forset, Edward, 1553?-1630. / [1624] A defence of the right of kings Wherein the power of the papacie ouer princes, is refuted; and the Oath of Allegeance iustified. Written for the vse of all English romanists; more especially, for the information of those priests, or Iesuits, which are by proclamation commanded to conforme themselues, or depart the kingdome. By Edvvard Forset, Esquire.
Forset, Edward, 1553?-1630. / [1606] A comparatiue discourse of the bodies natural and politique VVherein out of the principles of nature, is set forth the true forme of a commonweale, with the dutie of subiects, and right of soueraigne: together with many good points of politicall learning, mentioned in a briefe after the preface. By Edvvard Forset.
Forster, John. / [1664] Englands happiness increased, or, A sure and easie remedy against all succeeding dear years by a plantation of the roots called potatoes, whereof (with the addition of wheat flower) excellent, good and wholesome bread may be made every year, eight or nine months together, for half the charge as formerly : also by the planting of these roots ten thousand men in England and Wales, who know not how to live or what to do to get a maintenance for their families, may of one acre of ground make thirty pounds per annum / invented and published for the good of the poorer sort, by John Forster ...
Forster, Mary, 1619?-1686. / [1684] Some seasonable considerations to the young men & women who in this day of tryal are made willing to offer up themselves, estates or liberty, and suffer reproaches, with other hard usages in the streets of this city, and elsewhere, to bear a testimony for the life, light and truth of Jesus Christ and to all who make a profession of the same, this in the tender love of God is written / by Mary Forster.
Forster, Mary, 1619?-1686. / [1669] A declaration of the bountifull loving-kindness of the Lord manifested to His hand-maid Mary Harris, who stood idle in the market-place till the eleventh hour, yet then received her penny ... as also a few words of encouragement from experience to any who knows the name of the Lord in the least measure, to fear the Lord, and trust in His mercies.
Forsyth, James, fl. 1615-1619. / [1615] The bitter vvaters of Babylon, or The miserable estate of the citizens of Sion considered by the confusion of all things in this world.
Fortescue, Anthony. / [Printed in the yeare, 1648] A letter sent to the right honourable Edward Earle of Manchester, Speaker pro tempore in the House of Peers. Wherein are truly stated, and reported some differences of a high nature, betweene the high and mighty Prince Charles, Duke of Lorrayne, &c. And the two honourable Houses of Parliament.
Fortescue, John, Sir, 1394?-1476? / [1567] A learned commendation of the politique lawes of Englande vvherin by moste pitthy reasons & euident demonstrations they are plainelye proued farre to excell aswell the ciuile lawes of the Empiere, as also all other lawes of the world, with a large discourse of the difference betwene the. ii. gouernements of kingdomes: whereof the one is onely regall, and the other consisteth of regall and polityque administration conioyned. written in latine aboue an hundred yeares past, by the learned and right honorable maister Fortescue knight ... And newly translated into Englishe by Robert Mulcaster.
Fortescue, John, Sir, 1394?-1476? / [M.DC.XVI 1616] De laudibus legum Angliæ writen by Sir Iohn Fortescue L. Ch. Iustice, and after L. Chancellor to K. Henry VI. Hereto are ioind the two Summes of Sir Ralph de Hengham L. Ch. Iustice to K. Edward I. commonly calld Hengham magna, and Hengham parua. Neuer before publisht. Notes both on Fortescue and Hengham are added
Forth and Brentford, Patrick Ruthven, Earl of, 1573?-1651. / [1643] The copy of his excellency the Earle of Forth's letter to the Earle of Essex and the copy of His Majesties letter to the Lords and Commons of Parliament assembled at Westminster, sent enclosed in the same 3 March 1643.
Fortrey, Samuel, 1622-1681. / [1663] Englands interest and improvement consisting in the increase of the store, and trade of this kingdom / by Sam. Fortrey ...
Foster, George. / [1650] The pouring fourth of the seventh and last viall upon all flesh and fleshlines, which will be a terror to the men that have great possessions, or, Several visions which hath bin made out to me of what the all of all things is now bringing to pass ... George Foster, or otherwise Jacob Israel.
Foster, Henry. / [Octob. 2, 1643] A true and exact relation of the marchings of the two regiments of the trained-bands of the city of London being the red & blevv regiments, as also of the three regiments of the auxiliary forces the blew, red, and orange who marched forth for the reliefe of the city of Glocester from August by Henry Foster ...
Foster, Samuel, d. 1652. / [1654] Posthuma Fosteri the description of a ruler, upon which is inscribed divers scales: and the uses thereof: invented and written by Mr. Samuel Foster, late professor of astronomie in Gresham-Colledg. By which the most usual propositions in astronomy, navigation, and dialling, are facily performed. Also, a further use of the said scales in deliniating of far declining dials; and of those that decline and recline, three severall wayes. With the deliniating of all horizontall dials, between 30 and 60 gr. of latitude, without drawing any lines but the houres themselves.
Foster, Samuel, d. 1652. / [1659] The geometrical square, with the use thereof in plain and spherical trigonometrie chiefly intended for the more easie finding of the hour and azimuth / by Samuel Foster ...
Foster, Samuel, d. 1652. / [1654] Elliptical or azimuthal horologiography comprehending severall wayes of describing dials upon all kindes of superficies, either plain or curved, and unto upright stiles in whatsoever position they shall be placed / invented and demonstrated by Samuel Foster ...
Foster, Samuel, d. 1652. / [1685?] The description and use of the nocturnal by M. Samuel Foster ... ; with the addition of a ruler, shewing the measures of inches and other parts of most countries, compared with our English ones ; being useful for all merchants & tradesmen.
Foster, Samuel, d. 1652. / [M.DC.LIX i.e.1659] De instrumentis plantariis cui usui inserviunt, & quomodo sunt tractanda / a Samuele Fostero ... = Of the planetary instruments : to what end they serve, and how they are to be used / by Samuel Foster ...
Foster, Samuel, d. 1652. / [1638] The art of dialling by a new, easie, and most speedy way. Shewing, how to describe the houre-lines upon all sorts of plaines, howsoever, or in what latitude soever scituated: as also, to find the suns azimuth, whereby the sight of any plaine is examined. Performed by a quadrant, fitted with lines necessary to the purpose. Invented and published by Samuel Foster, professor of astronomie in Gresham Colledge.
Foster, T. / [1658/9, i.e. 1659] A winding-sheet for England's ministry which hath a name to live, but is dead sent to John Owen, called Dr. in that ministry, and late vice-chancellor of Oxford, and is in answer to his printed paper concerning tythes : or, an examination of those scriptures by which he seems to prove, that the publike maintenance for preachers of the Gospel by way of tythes, is a gospel-maintenance, but upon examination thereof by the scriptures, he is found to be a subverter of them, and, that tythes is no lawful maintenance for gospel-ministers.
Foster, Thomas, b. 1590 or 91. / [1631] Plouto-mastix: the scourge of covetousnesse: or, An apologie for the publike good, against privacie A sermon preached at the assises in Deuon, at the command of the Lord Byshop of Exon, anno, 1630. By Thomas Foster, Master of Arts and rector of Farway.
Foster, William, 1591-1643. / [1629] The means to keepe sinne from reigning in our mortall body A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, May 26. 1629. By William Foster, Master of Arts, and parson of Hedgeley in the county of Buckingham.
Foster, William, 1591-1643. / [1631] Hoplocrisma-spongus: or, A sponge to vvipe avvay the weapon-salve A treatise, wherein is proved, that the cure late-taken up amongst us, by applying the salve to the weapon, is magicall and unlawfull By William Foster Mr. of Arts, and parson of Hedgley in the county of Buckingham.
Fotherby, Martin, 1549 or 50-1620. / [1608] Foure sermons, lately preached, by Martin Fotherby Doctor in Diuinity, and chaplain vnto the Kings Maiestie. The first at Cambridge, at the Masters Commencement. Iuly 7. anno 1607. The second at Canterbury, at the Lord Archbishops visitation. Septemb. 14. anno 1607. The third at Paules Crosse, vpon the day of our deliuerance from the gun-powder treason. Nouemb. 5. anno 1607. The fourth at the court, before the Kings Maiestie. Nouemb. 15. anno 1607. Whereunto is added, an answere vnto certaine obiections of one vnresolued, as concerning the vse of the Crosse in baptisme: written by him in anno 1604. and now commanded to be published by authoritie
Fotherby, Martin, 1549 or 50-1620. / [1622] Atheomastix clearing foure truthes, against atheists and infidels: 1. That, there is a God. 2. That, there is but one God. 3. That, Iehouah, our God, is that one God. 4. That, the Holy Scripture is the Word of that God. All of them proued, by naturall reasons, and secular authorities; for the reducing of infidels: and, by Scriptures, and Fathers, for the confirming of Christians. By the R. Reuerend Father in God, Martin Fotherby, late Bishop of Salisbury. The contents followes, next after the preface.
Fougasses, Thomas de. / [1612] The generall historie of the magnificent state of Venice From the first foundation thereof vntill this present. Collected by Thomas de Fougasses, gentleman of Auignon, out of all authors, both ancient and moderne, that haue written of that subiect. Englished by VV. Shute. Gent.
Foulface, Philip. / [1593] Bacchus bountie describing the debonaire dietie of his bountifull godhead, in the royall obseruance of his great feast of Pentecost. Necessarie to be read and marked of all, for the eschuing of like enormities. By Philip Foulface of Ale-foord, student in good felloship.
Foulis, Henry, ca. 1635-1669. / [1662] The history of the wicked plots and conspiracies of our pretended saints representing the beginning, constitution, and designs of the Jesuite : with the conspiracies, rebellions, schisms, hypocrisie, perjury, sacriledge, seditions, and vilefying humour of some Presbyterians, proved by a series of authentick examples, as they have been acted in Great Brittain, from the beginning of that faction to this time / by Henry Foulis ...
Foulkes, Robert, d. 1679. / [1679] An alarme for sinners containing the confession, prayers, letters, and last words of Robert Foulkes, late minister of Stanton-Lacy in the County of Salop, who was tryed, convicted and sentenced at the sessions in the Old Bayly, London, January 16th, 1678/9, and executed the 31st following : with an account of his life / published from the original written with his own hand, during his reprieve, and sent by him at his death to Doctor Lloyd ...
Foulweather, Adam. / [1591] A vvonderfull, strange and miraculous astrologicall prognostication for this yeere 1591 Discouering such wonders to happen this yeere, an neuer chaunced since Noes floud. Wherein if there be found one lye, the author will loose his credit for euer. Newly corrected. By Adam Fouleweather, student in astronomy.
Fourcroy, Abbé de. / [1695] A new and easy method to understand the Roman history with an exact chronology of the reign of the emperors, an account of the most eminent authors, when they flourished, and an abridgment of the Roman antiquities and customs : by way of dialogue, for the use of the Duke of Burgundy / done out of French, with very large additions and amendments, by Mr. Tho. Brown.
Fowke, John, d. 1662. / [1653] VVhereas the Lord Generall hath received a message from the Committee for the Admirality, ...
Fowke, John, d. 1662. / [1659] Alderman Fowke's speech at the delivery of a petition from the Lord Mayor, aldermen and commons in Common Councill assembled to the Parliament of England concerning their militia and the Parliaments answer thereunto.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1678] A vindication of the Friendly conference, between a minister and a parishioner of his inclining unto Quakerism, &c. from the exceptions of Thomas Ellwood, in his pretended answer to the said conference / by the same author.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1692] A vindication of a late undertaking of certain gentlemen in order to the suppressing of debauchery and profaneness.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1689] A vindication of the divines of the Church of England who have sworn allegiance to K. William & Q. Mary, from the imputations of apostasy and perjury, which are cast upon them upon that account, in the now publish'd History of passive obedience / by one of those divines.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [MDCXCII 1692] A sermon preached before the right honourable the lord maior of London, and the Court of Aldermen, &c., on Easter-Monday, 1692 being one of the anniversary spittal-sermons / by Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1688] A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Maior of London, and the Court of Aldermen, &c. on Wednesday in Easter week, in the Church of St. Andrew Holborn being one of the anniversary spittal sermons / by Edward Fowler.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1691] A sermon preached before the Queen at White-hall, on Sunday, March 22, 1690/1 by Edward Fowler ...
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1681] A sermon preached before the judges, &c. in the time of the assizes in the Cathedral church at Gloucester on Sunday Aug. 7, 1681 published to put a stop to false and injurious representations / by Edward Fowler.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1696] A sermon preached before the House of Lords in the Abby-Church at Westminster, upon Thursday the sixteenth of April, 1696 being a day of publick thanksgiving to Almighty God for the most happy discovery and disappointment of a horrid design to assasinate His sacred Majesty, and for our deliverance from a French invasion / by Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1685] A sermon preached at the general meeting of Gloucestershire-men, for the most part inhabitants of the City of London in the Church of St. Mary le-Bow, December the 9th, 1684 / by Edward Fowler.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1690] A sermon preached at Bow-Church, April the Xvith. 1690 before the Lord Maior, and Court of Aldermen, and citizens of London, being the fast-day by Edward Fowler.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1692] A sermon preach'd at the meeting of the sons of the clergy in S. Mary-le-Bow Church, on Tuesday the sixth of December, 1692 by Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1699] A sermon preach'd at the Church of St. Mary le Bow to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, June 26, 1699 by Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1695] A second defence of the propositions by which the doctrine of the Holy Trinity is so explained according to the ancient fathers, as to speak it not contradictory to natural reason : in answer to a Socinian manuscript, in a letter to a friend : together, with a third defence of those propositions, in answer to the newly published reflexions, contained in a pamphlet, entituled, A letter to the reverend clergy of both universities / both by the author of those propositions.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1683] The resolution of this case of conscience whether the Church of England's symbolizing so far as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it unlawful to hold communion with the Church of England?
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1670] The principles and practices of certain moderate divines of the Church of England (greatly mis-understood), truly represented and defended wherein ... some controversies, of no mean importance, are succinctly discussed : in a free discourse between two intimate friends : in three parts.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1680] Libertas evangelica, or, A discourse of Christian liberty being a farther pursuance of the argument of the design of Christianity / by Edward Fowler ...
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1685] The great wickedness, and mischievous effects of slandering, represented in a sermon preached at St. Giles without Cripplegate, on Sunday Nov. 15, 1685 by Edward Fowler, D.D. ; together with a preface and conclusion in his own vindication.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1676] A friendly conference between a minister and a parishioner of his, inclining to Quakerism wherein the absurd opinions of that sect are detected, and exposed to a just censure / by a lover of truth.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1687] The fourth note of the church examined, viz. Amplitude, or multitude and variety of believers
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1683] A discourse of offences delivered in two sermons Aug. 19, and Sept. 2, 1683 in the Cathedral church of Gloucester / by Edward Fowler.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1695] A discourse of the great disingenuity & unreasonableness of repining at afflicting providences and of the influence which they ought to have upon us, on Job 2, 10, publish'd upon occasion of the death of our gracious sovereign Queen Mary of most blessed memory : with a preface containing some observations, touching her excellent endowments, and exemplary life.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1672] Dirt wipt off, or, A manifest discovery of the gross ignorance, erroneousness and most unchristian and wicked spirit of one John Bunyan ... which he hath shewed in a vile pamphlet publish'd by him, against The design of Christianity ...
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1671] The design of Christianity, or, A plain demonstration and improvement of this proposition viz. that the enduing men with inward real righteousness or true holiness was the ultimate end of our Saviour's coming into the world and is the great intendment of his blessed Gospel / by Edward Fowler ...
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1684] A defence of the Resolution of this case viz. whether the Church of England's symbolizing so far as it doth with the Church of Rome makes it unlawfull to communion with the Church of England : in answer to a book intitiuled A modest examination of that resolution.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1694] Certain propositions by which the doctrin of the H. Trinity is so explain'd, according to the ancient fathers, as to speak it not contradictory to natural reason together with a defence of them, in answer to the objections of a Socianian writer, in his newly printed Considerations on the explications of the doctrin of the Trinity : occasioned by these propositions among other discourses : in a letter to that author.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [1690] An answer to the paper delivered by Mr. Ashton at his execution to Sir Francis Child ... together with the paper itself.
Fowler, Edward, Bishop of Gloucester, 1632-1714. / [1691?] The loyal martyr vindicated
Fowler, J. (John) / [1656] The history of the troubles of Suethland and Poland, which occasioned the expulsion of Sigismundus the Third, king of those kingdomes, with his heires for ever from the Suethish crown with a continuation of those troubles, untill the truce, an. 1629 : as also, a particular narration of the daily passages at the last and great treaty of pacification between those two kingdomes, concluded at Stumbsdorff in Prussia, anno 1635 : concluding with a breife commemoration of the life and death of Sr. George Duglas, Knight, Lord Ambassadour extraordinary from the late King of Great Brittaine, for the treaty above mentioned / faithfully couched by J. Fowler ...
Fowler, John, 17th/18th cent. / [1700] Carmen pastorale lugubre A pastoral elegy upon the most lamented death of His Royal Highness, William, Duke of Gloucester / by J.F., Gent.
Fowler, John, Brownist. / [1612] A shield of defence against the arrovves of schisme shot abroad by Iean de L'escluse in his advertisment against Mr. Brightman Here vnto is prefixed a declaration touching a booke intituled, The profane schisme of the Brovvnists. By Iohn Fovvler. Clement Saunders. Robert Bulvvarde.
Fowler, Robert, of the town of Burlington in Yorkshire. / [1659] A Quakers sea-journal being a true relation of a voyage to New-England / performed by Robert Fowler of the town of Burlington in Yorkshire, in the year 1658.
Fowler, William, 1560?-1612. / [1594] A true reportarie of the most triumphant, and royal accomplishment of the baptisme of the most excellent, right high, and mightie prince, Frederik Henry; by the grace of God, Prince of Scotland Solemnized the 30. day of August. 1594.
Fowler, William, 1560?-1612. / [1581] An ansvver to the calumnious letter and erroneous propositions of an apostat named M. Io. Hammiltoun. Composed by M. VVilliam Fouler
Fox, Edward, 1496?-1538. / [1531 cum priuilegio] The determinations of the moste famous and mooste excellent vniuersities of Italy and Fraunce, that it is so vnlefull [sic] for a man to marie his brothers wyfe, that the pope hath no power to dispence therewith
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] A vvarning to all in this proud city called London to call them to repentance least the wrath of the Lord break out against them; this is the day of your visitation if you will own it.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] A way to prevent the indignation and judgments of God from coming on a kingdom, nation or family commended to the consciences of all concerned.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1653] Truth's defence against the refined subtilty of the serpent held forth in divers answers to severall queries made by men (called ministers) in the North. Given forth by the light and power of God appearing in George Fox and Richard Hubberthorn
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661] To the Pope and all his magistrates and the Protests here they and all Christendom may see the moderation of the heathen emperours to the Christians in the 650 years before there was a Pope, signified by their letters following in the behalf of the Christians liberty which will rise up in judgment against the Popes and their emperours and his magistrates and most of the Protestants, as here you may see in the reading of their declarations and the straitnesse of the orders of those called Christians now, and the largeness of the heathens then, as concerning liberty in the spirit to worship God : and also here you may see the heathen were more moderate to the Christians then the Christians, so called, are to one another : taken out of the ten persecutions.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] To the people of Uxbridge
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1663] The spirit of envy, lying, and persecution made manifest for the sake of the simple hearted, that they may not be deceived by it : being an answer to a scandalous paper of John Harwoods, who in words professeth God, but in his works doth deny Him, as may appear by what is herein written / G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1681] To the flock of Christ every where to be read in their assemblies.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] Surely the magistrates of Nottingham are blinde ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1666] Some queries to all the teachers and professors of Christianity to answer
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] Something concerning silent meetings
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year, 1671] Something by way of query to the bishops courts, which we the people of God, called Quakers, never yet received an answer to.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1678] A short epistle to Friends to keep in the power of God in their peaceable habitations over the troubles of the world.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year, as the world accounts, 1654] Several papers some of them given forth by George Fox; others by Jame [sic] Nayler, minister of the eternal word of God, raised up after the long night of apostacy to direct the world, to wait for the revelation of Jesus Christ, and to turn their minds to the true light, that they may be reconciled to God; of the world is not worthy, and therefore doth hate, persecute, and whom inprison them, under the name of Quaker[s]. Gathered together and published by A. P. that the truth may be spread abroad, and deceit be discovered. Wherein the plain, honest, and sober conversation of the saints in fear and trembling, is justified, against the idle bablings of formal professors ... and of all sorts of persons, under pretence of civility. Also the priests of England, with their imaginary doctrines and worships discovered to be the grand enemies of Jesus Christ; and the true worship of God in spirit and truth made manifest. ... With a word to the people of England ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1663] Queries concerning tythes to the priests and bishops
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] The papists strength, principles, and doctrines (which they are sworn to preach, from the Councel of Trent, by the Popes authority, and after confirmed by the last General Assembly at Rouen, 1571, all which they have sworn to perform) answered and confuted furthermore their principles and doctrines answered and confuted, as they were laid down in two or three severall papers, by R.W. papist, lately sent from Holland : also a challenge to the pope and all his adherents to choose out of all his dominions some cardinals, fryers, or Jesuits to try their bread and wine, after consecration (by watching on their side and on our side) to prove that if afterward they have consecrated it, whether the bread and wine doth not loose its taste and savour, and so not the body and blood of Christ : also a paper to all them that fast and afflict themselves who are in the will-worship and voluntary humility : also some quæries to all the papists upon earth to be answered in writing and sent to them, which all sects upon the earth call Quakers / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682/3 i.e. 1683] A paper to Friends, and others, against the pomps of the world, followed and used by many tradesmen in their vocations, contrary unto many of their suerties [sic] promises and vows.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Our covenant with God and with all men is peace and life and light and salvation
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1687] How Gods people are not to take the names of the heathen gods in their mouths, nor follow their customs nor learn their waies, &c.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1678] A New-England-fire-brand quenched being something in answer unto a lying, slanderous book, entituled, George Fox digged out of his burrows, &c. printed at Boston in the year 1676, of one Roger Williams of Providence in New-England ... : of a dispute upon XIV, of his proposals held and debated betwixt him, the said Roger Williams, on the one part, and John Stubs, William Edmundson, and John Burnyeat on the other at Providence and Newport in Rode-Island, in the year 1672 where his proposals are turn'd upon his own head, and there and here he was and is sufficiently confuted : in two parts : as also, something in answer to R.W.'s Appendix, &c. with a post-script confuting his blasphemous assertions ... : also, the letters of W. Coddington of Rode-Island, and R. Scot of Providence in New-England concerning R.W. and lastly, some testimonies of ancient & modern authors concerning the light, Scriptures, rule & the soul of men / by George Fox and John Burnyeat.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1678] Hidden things brought to light, or, The discord of the grand Quakers among themselves discovered in some letters, papers and passages written to and from George Fox, James Nayler, and John Perrott : wherein may be seen the cause and ground of their differences and falling out and what manner of spirit moved and acted each of them.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] For your whoredoms in the City of London, is the hand of the Lord stretched forth against thee, and the sword of the Lord God drawn to hew thee down ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1679] A distinction between the new covenant and the old and how that in the old covenant the Jews priests lips were to preserve the Jews peoples knowledge: but in the new and everlasting covenant Christ the high-priest, is the treasure of wisdom and knowledge, and he filleth the earth with the knowledge of the Lord God; and the earth being full of the knowledge of the Lord God, then there is no want of it in the eath. And Christ the high-priest, he doth not only fill the earth with knowledge of the Lord God, but covereth the earth with the knowledge of the Lord, as the waters do the sea; so the earth shall not be seen. So then it may be seen, that the substance in the new covenant is far beyond the figure in the old covenant. Read, hear, see, perceive and understand, receive and possess.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] An epistle to all planters and such who are transporting themselves into foreign plantations in America &c.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] An epistle to all Christians, Jews, and Gentiles shewing how that God dwells not in their temples made with hands.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] Concerning the upright and good conversation of the saints in Christ and in Heaven
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1684] Concerning such as have forbidden preaching or teaching in the name of Jesus and such as are ashamed to confess Him before men, and call not on the name of the Lord, &c.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] A battle-door for teachers & professors to learn singular & plural you to many, and thou to one, singular one, thou, plural many, you : wherein is shewed ... how several nations and people have made a distinction between singular and plural, and first, in the former part of this book, called The English battle-door, may be seen how several people have spoken singular and plural...: also in this book is set forth examples of the singular and plural about thou, and you, in several languages, divided into distinct Battle-Doors, or formes, or examples; English Latine, Italian, Greek, Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriack, Arabick ... and how emperors and others have used the singular word to one, and how the word you came first from the Pope, likewise some examples, in the Polonian, Lithuanian, Irish and East-Indian, together with ... Swedish, Turkish ... tongues : in the latter part of this book are contained severall bad unsavory words, gathered forth of certain school-books, which have been taught boyes in Enland ... / George Fox, John Stubs, Benjamin Farley.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1688] Concerning daily sacrifices and offerings
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661] The ancient simplicity as it was once witnessed unto by George Fox.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1670] Oh people! My bowels yearn, my bowels yearn towards you
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] For the Parliament of England and their army so called
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] A few queries to the teachers of the Episcopal Society (so called)
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659?] An exhortation to families who have desires to serve the Lord God in their several places that they may all learn in the light of Christ Jesus, the wisdome and power of God, who is the true teacher.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1662] A collection of the several books and vvritings, given forth by that faithful servant of God and his people, George Fox, the Younger
Fox, John, fl. 1676. / [1670] Time and the end of time, or, Two discourses, the first about redemption of time, the second about consideration of our latter end by John Fox.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1666] Womens speaking justified, proved and allowed of by the Scriptures, all such as speak by the spirit and power of the Lord Jesus and how women were the first that preached the tidings of the resurrection of Jesus, and were sent by Christ's own command, before he ascended to the Father, John 20:17.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1664] Two general epistles to the flock of God, where-ever they are dispersed on the face of the earth ... to bear testimony for the Lord God against the deceit and deceivableness which the worships of the world have lain in, in the dark night of apostasy : also, pure consolation and comfort proclaimed from the spirit of life to the faithful followers of the Lamb ... with an admonition unto all who are not wholly redeemed out of the earth / written by M.F. and J.P.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1667] A touch-stone, or, A perfect tryal by the Scriptures, of all the priests, bishops, and ministers, who have called themselves, the ministers of the Gospel whose time and day hath been in the last ages past, or rather in the night of apostacy : they are tried and weighed by the Scriptures of truth, and are found out of the life and power of the scriptures, and out of the spirit and doctrine of them that gave them forth, and quite contrary to their principle and practice, both Papists and Protestants : unto which is annexed, Womens speaking justified, &c.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1664] To the magistrates and people of England vvhere this may come What is the matter with the Christians of our age, ...
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1659] To the general council of officers The representation of divers citizens of London, and others well-affected to the peace and tranquility of the Common-wealth.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1656] A testimonie of the touch-stone, for all professions, and all forms, and gathered churches (as they call them), of what sort soever to try their ground and foundation by and a tryal by the Scriptures, who the false prophets are, which are in the world, which John said should be in the last times / by Margret Fell ; also, some of the ranters principles answered.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] False prophets, antichrists, deceivers which are in the world, which John prophesied of, which hath long been hid and covered, but now is unmasked in these last dayes with the eternal light which is risen ... ; also a word to the heads and governors of this nation, who have put forth a declaration for the keeping of a day of humiliation for the persecution (as they say) of the poor inhabitants in the valley of Lucerna, Angrona, and others professing the reformed religion which hath been transmitted unto them from their ancestors / by M. Fell ; and also James Milners condemnation upon that which erred from the light.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1664] The examination and tryall of Margaret Fell and George Fox (at the severall assizes held at Lancaster the 14th and 16th days of the first moneth, 1663, and the 29th of the 6th moneth, 1664) for their obedience to Christs command who saith, swear not at all also something in answer to Bishop Lancelot Andrews sermon concerning swearing.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [April 8, 1659] Concerning ministers made by the will of man [by] M.F.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1632] A table of the X. first persecutions of the primitiue time of Tiberius, vnto Constantinus Emperour
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [Anno. 1578] A sermon preached at the christening of a certaine Iew at London by Iohn Foxe. Conteining an exposition of the xi. chapter of S. Paul to the Romanes. Translated out of Latine into English by Iames Bell.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1580] The Pope confuted The holy and apostolique Church confuting the Pope. The first action. Translated out of Latine into English, by Iames Bell.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1694] Of free justification by Christ written first in Latine by John Fox, author of the Book of martyrs, against Osorius, &c. and now translated into English, for the benefit of those who love their own souls, and would not be mistaken in so great a point.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1580] Papa confutatus Sanctæ & apostolicæ Ecclesiae in confutationem Papæ. Actio prima.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1677] Martyrologia alphabetikē, or, An alphabetical martyrology containing the tryals and dying expressions of many martyrs of note since Christ : extracted out of Foxe's Acts and monuments of the church : with an alphabetical list of God's judgements remarkably shown on many noted and cruel persecutors : together with an appendix of things pertinent to martyrology by N.T., M.A.T.C.C. [i.e. Master of Arts Trinity College Cambridge]
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1672] Christus triumphans comoedia apocalyptica / autore Joanne Foxo ; edita est olim Basileae, anno 1556 ; Nunc denuo edita ... Editore T. C. Sidn. collegii, A. M.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1615] Christs victorie ouer Sathans tyrannie Wherin is contained a catalogue of all Christs faithfull souldiers that the Diuell either by his grand captaines the emperours, or by his most deerly beloued sonnes and heyres the popes, haue most cruelly martyred for the truth. With all the poysoned doctrins wherewith that great redde dragon hath made drunken the kings and inhabitants of the earth; with the confutations of them together with all his trayterous practises and designes, against all Christian princes to this day, especially against our late Queen Elizabeth of famous memorie, and our most religious Soueraigne Lord King Iames. Faithfully abstracted out of the Book of martyrs, and diuers other books. By Thomas Mason preacher of Gods Word.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1579] Christ Iesus triumphant A fruitefull treatise, wherin is described the most glorious triumph, and conquest of Christ Iesus our sauiour, ouer sinne, death, the law, the strength and pride of Sathan, and the world, with all other enemyes whatsoeuer agaynst the poore soule of man: made too be read for spirituall comfort, by Iohn Foxe, and from Latin translated intoo English by the printer.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1631] A blowe for the Pope Touching the Popes prerogatiues. Extracted word for word out of the Booke of martyres.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [An. 1583. Mens. Octobr] Actes and monuments of matters most speciall and memorable, happenyng in the Church. [vol. 2, part 2] with an vniuersall history of the same, wherein is set forth at large the whole race and course of the Church, from the primitiue age to these latter tymes of ours, with the bloudy times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions agaynst the true martyrs of Christ, sought and wrought as well by heathen emperours, as nowe lately practised by Romish prelates, especially in this realme of England and Scotland. Newly reuised and recognised, partly also augmented, and now the fourth time agayne published and recommended to the studious reader, by the author (through the helpe of Christ our Lord) Iohn Foxe, which desireth thee good reader to helpe him with thy prayer.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [An. 1583. Mens. Octobr] Actes and monuments of matters most speciall and memorable, happenyng in the Church. [vol. 2, part 1] with an vniuersall history of the same, wherein is set forth at large the whole race and course of the Church, from the primitiue age to these latter tymes of ours, with the bloudy times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions agaynst the true martyrs of Christ, sought and wrought as well by heathen emperours, as nowe lately practised by Romish prelates, especially in this realme of England and Scotland. Newly reuised and recognised, partly also augmented, and now the fourth time agayne published and recommended to the studious reader, by the author (through the helpe of Christ our Lord) Iohn Foxe, which desireth thee good reader to helpe him with thy prayer.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [An. 1583. Mens. Octobr] Actes and monuments of matters most speciall and memorable, happenyng in the Church. [vol. 1] with an vniuersall history of the same, wherein is set forth at large the whole race and course of the Church, from the primitiue age to these latter tymes of ours, with the bloudy times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions agaynst the true martyrs of Christ, sought and wrought as well by heathen emperours, as nowe lately practised by Romish prelates, especially in this realme of England and Scotland. Newly reuised and recognised, partly also augmented, and now the fourth time agayne published and recommended to the studious reader, by the author (through the helpe of Christ our Lord) Iohn Foxe, which desireth thee good reader to helpe him with thy prayer.
Foxe, Luke, 1586-1635. / [1635] North-vvest Fox, or, Fox from the North-west passage Beginning vvith King Arthur, Malga, Octhur, the two Zeni's of Iseland, Estotiland, and Dorgia; following with briefe abstracts of the voyages of Cabot, Frobisher, Davis, Waymouth, Knight, Hudson, Button, Gibbons, Bylot, Baffin, Hawkridge ... Mr. Iames Hall's three voyages to Groynland, with a topographicall description of the countries, the salvages lives and treacheries, how our men have beene slayne by them there, with the commodities of all those parts ... demonstrated in a polar card, wherein are all the maines, seas, and ilands, herein mentioned. With the author his owne voyage, being the XVIth. with the opinions and collections of the most famous mathematicians, and cosmographers ... By Captaine Luke Foxe of Kingstone vpon Hull, capt. and pylot for the voyage, in his Majesties Pinnace the Charles. Printed by his Majesties command.
Foxle, George. / [An Dom. 1639] The groanes of the spirit, or the triall of the truth of prayer
Foy de la Neuville. / [1699] An account of Muscovy, as it was in the year 1689 In which the troubles that happen'd in that empire from the present czar Peter's election to the throne, to his being firmly settled in it, are particularly related. With a character of him, and his people. By Monsieur de La Neuville, then residing at Moscow.
Foy, Nathaniel, d. 1707. / [1698] A sermon preached in Christ's-Church, Dublin, on the 23d. of October, 1698 being the anniversary thanksgiving for putting an end to the Irish Rebellion, which broke out on that day, 1641, before the House of Lords / by Nathanael Lord Bishop of Waterford and Lismore.
Förster, Thomas. / [1659] A guide to the blind pointed to, or, A true testimony to the light within wherein some men are reproved, others counselled and encouraged, but all (who are ignoranr [sic] of their true guide) directed to the path of life : with a friendly call to all notionists and high professors of religion, in what form soever, to come speedily down from their pinacles, lest they fall into temptation : also some queries to the persecuting ministers of the Church of England / vvritten for the truth sake by T.F.