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La Bruyère, Jean de, 1645-1696. / [1699] The characters, or, The manners of the age by Monsieur de la Bruyere ... made English by several hands ; with the characters of Theophrastus, translated from the Greek, and a prefatory discourse to them, by Monsieur de la Bruyere ; to which is added, a key to his Characters.
La Calprenède, Gaultier de Coste, seigneur de, d. 1663. / [1658] Hymen's præludia, or, Loves master-piece being the sixth part of that so much admir'd romance intituled Cleopatra / written originally in French and now rendred into English by I.C.
La Calprenède, Gaultier de Coste, seigneur de, d. 1663. / [1659] Hymen's præludia, or, Loves master-piece being the ninth, and tenth part of that so much admir'd romance intituled Cleopatra / written originally in French ; and now rendred into English, by J.D.
La Calprenède, Gaultier de Coste, seigneur de, d. 1663. / [1674] Hymen's præludia, or Loves master-peice being that so much admired romance, intituled Cleopatra : in twelve parts / written originally in the French, and now elegantly rendred into English by Robert Loveday.
La Calprenède, Gaultier de Coste, seigneur de, d. 1663. / [M.DC.LII 1652] Cassandra the fam'd romance : the whole work : in five parts / written originally in French ; now elegantly rendred into English by a person of quality.
La Chambre, Marin Cureau de, 1594-1669. / [1665] The art how to know men originally written by the sieur de La Chambre ... ; rendred into English by John Davies ...
La Faye, Antoine de, 1540-1615. / [1599] A breefe treatise of the vertue of the crosse and the true manner hovv to honour it. Translated out of French into English.
La Fayette, Madame de (Marie-Madeleine Pioche de La Vergne), 1634-1693. / [1679] The Princess of Cleves the most famed romance / written in French by the greatest wits of France ; rendred into English by a person of quality, at the request of some friends.
La Fountaine. / [1650] A brief collection of many rare secrets many of which are approved and physical and the rest most pleasant and recreative : very necessary for all sorts of people / newly set forth and published by La Fountain, an expert operator.
La Marche, Olivier de, ca. 1426-1502. / [Anno Domini. 1569] The trauayled pylgrime bringing newes from all partes of the worlde, such like scarce harde of before. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.
La Marche, Olivier de, ca. 1426-1502. / [1594] The resolued gentleman. Translated out of Spanishe into Englyshe, by Lewes Lewkenor Esquier
La Milletière, Théophile Brachet, sieur de, ca. 1596-1665. / [1653] The victory of truth for the peace of the Church to the king of Great Britain to invite him to embrace the Roman-Catholick faith / by Monsieur de la Militiere, counsellour in ordinary to the King of France ; with an answer thereunto, written by the right reverend John Bramhall, D.D. and Lord Bishop of London-Derry.
La Mothe Le Vayer, François de, 1583-1672. / [1649] Of liberty and servitude translated out of the French into the English tongue, and dedicated to Geo. Evelyn, Esquire.
La Mothe Le Vayer, François de, 1583-1672. / [1678] Notitia historicorum selectorum, or, Animadversions upon the antient and famous Greek and Latin historians written in French by ... Francis La Mothe le Vayer ... ; translated into English, with some additions by W.D. ...
La Noue, François de, 1531-1591. / [1587 i.e. 1588] The politicke and militarie discourses of the Lord de La Nouue VVhereunto are adioyned certaine obseruations of the same author, of things happened during the three late ciuill warres of France. With a true declaration of manie particulars touching the same. All faithfully translated out of the French by E.A.
La Noue, François de, 1531-1591. / [1589] The declaration of the Lord de la Noue, vpon his taking armes for the iust defence of the townes of Sedan and Iametz, frontiers of the realme of Fraunce, and vnder the protection of his Maiestie. Truely translated (according to the French copie printed at Verdun) by A.M.
La Perrière, Guillaume de, 1499-1565. / [1614] The theater of fine deuices containing an hundred morall emblemes. First penned in French by Guillaume de la Perriere, and translated into English by Thomas Combe.
La Popelinière, Lancelot-Voisin, sieur de, 1541-1608. / [1595] The historie of France the foure first bookes.
La Primaudaye, Pierre de, b. ca. 1545. / [1594] The second part of the French academie VVherein, as it were by a naturall historie of the bodie and soule of man, the creation, matter, composition, forme, nature, profite and vse of all the partes of the frame of man are handled, with the naturall causes of all affections, vertues and vices, and chiefly the nature, powers, workes and immortalitie of the soule. By Peter de la Primaudaye Esquier, Lord of the same place and of Barre. And translated out of the second edition, which was reuiewed and augmented by the author.
La Primaudaye, Pierre de, b. ca. 1545. / [1618] The French academie Fully discoursed and finished in foure bookes. 1. Institution of manners and callings of all estates. 2. Concerning the soule and body of man. 3. A notable description of the whole world, &c. 4. Christian philosophie, instructing the true and onely meanes to eternall life. This fourth part neuer before published in English. All written by the first author, Peter de la Primaudaye, Esquire, Lord of Barre, Chauncellour, and Steward of the French Kings house.
La Primaudaye, Pierre de, b. ca. 1545. / [1586] The French academie wherin is discoursed the institution of maners, and whatsoeuer els concerneth the good and happie life of all estates and callings, by preceptes of doctrine, and examples of the liues of ancient sages and famous men: by Peter de la Primaudaye Esquire, Lord of the said place, and of Barree, one of the ordinarie gentlemen of the Kings Chamber: dedicated to the most Christian King Henrie the third, and newly translated into English by T.B.
La Quintinie, Jean de, 1626-1688. / [1693] The compleat gard'ner, or, Directions for cultivating and right ordering of fruit-gardens and kitchen-gardens with divers reflections on several parts of husbandry, in six books : to which is added, his treatise of orange-trees, with the raising of melons, omitted in the French editions / by the famous Monsr De La Quintinye ... ; made English by John Evelyn ... ; illustrated with copper plates.
La Roche-Guihen, Mlle de (Anne), 1644-1707. / [1678] Almanzor and Almanzaida a novel / written by Sir Philip Sidney, and found since his death amongst his papers.
La Roche-Guilhen, Mlle. de (Anne), 1644-1707. / [1677] Asteria and Tamberlain, or, The distressed lovers a novel / written in French by a person of quality ; and rendred into English by E.C., Esq.
La Rochefoucauld, François, duc de, 1613-1680. / [1694] Moral maxims and reflections in four parts / written in French by the Duke of Rochefoucault ; now made English.
La Rochefoucauld, François, duc de, 1613-1680. / [1683] The memoirs of the Duke de La Rochefoucault containing the private intrigues for obtaining the regency after the death of Louis the Thirteenth, King of France, the wars of Paris and Guienne, the imprisonment of the princes, Cardinal Mazarin's letter to Monsieur de Brienne, articles agreed upon by His Royal-Highness and Monsieur le Prince for the expulsion of Cardinal Mazarin, an apologie for the Duke de Beaufort, memoirs of Monsieur de la Chastre.
La Rochefoucauld, François, duc de, 1613-1680. / [1670] Epictetus junior, or, Maximes of modern morality in two centuries / collected by J.D. of Kidwelly.
La Sale, Antoine de, b. 1388? / [1509] The fyftene joyes of maryage
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [1632] The sweete thoughts of death, and eternity. Written by Sieur de la Serre
La Tour Landry, Geoffroy de, 14th cent. / [the yere of oure lord M CCCC lxxxiij and enprynted at Westmynstre the last day of Ianyuer the fyrst yere of the regne of kynge Rychard the thyrd. 1484] [Here begynneth the booke which the knyght of the toure made and speketh of many fayre ensamples and thensygnementys and techyng of his doughters]
La Tour, Filliberto Sallier de. / [1690] The speech of the President de la Tour, envoy extraordinary from His Royal Highness the Duke of Savoy to His Majesty at his first publick audience Novemb. 2, 1690.
Lactantius, ca. 240-ca. 320. / [1687] A relation of the death of the primitive persecutors written originally in Latin by L.C.F. Lactantius ; Englished by Gilbert Burnet, D.D., to which he hath made a large preface concerning persecution.
Lacy, John, d. 1681. / [1684] Sr. Hercules Buffoon, or, The poetical squire a comedy, as it was acted at the Duke's Theatre / written by John Lacy ...
Lacy, John, d. 1681. / [1672] The dumb lady, or, The farriar made physician as it was acted at the Theatre-Royal / by John Lacy, Gent.
Lacy, John, d. 1681. / [1672] The old troop, or, Monsieur Raggou as it was acted at the Theatre-Royal / by John Lacy ...
Lacy, John, d. 1681. / [1698] Sauny the Scott, or, The taming of the shrew a comedy : as it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal / written by J. Lacey ...
Lacy, John, d. 1681. / [1699?] A song in the Taming the Shrew or Sawny the Scot, sung by Mrs. Ciber set by Mr. Purcell and exactly engrav'd by Tho: Cross
Lacy, John, fl. 1560. / [ca. 1560] wyl bucke his testament
Ladevèze, Abel-Rodolphe de. / [1688] The life and death of Monsieur Claude, the famous minister of Charenton in France done out of French by G.P.
Lady of honour. / [1699] The golden island, or, The Darian song in commendation of all concerned in that noble enterprize of the valiant Scots / by a lady of honour.
Lady of quality. / [1679?] A ballad upon the Popish Plot written by a lady of quality.
Laet, Jaspar, fl. 1530-1544. / [1544] Almanack and pronostication. of Iaspar Laet. Of the yare, of our Lord God. M.D.XLIIII. In this almanacke ye shall fynde all the Epystles and Gospels of euery Sondaye and holy daye
Lake, CLement, d. 1689. / [1692] Something by way of testimony concerning Clement Lake of Crediton in Devonshire with something he wrote in his life time by way of answer unto John Flavell, independent preacher of Dartmouth.
Lamb, Philip, d. 1689. / [printed in the year, 1679] A funeral sermon after the interment of Mrs. Sarah Lye. The late wife of Mr. Thomas Lye of Clapham. By Phil. Lamb, minister of the Word. Together with the scriptual evidence and experiences of the grace of God towards, and in her, left under her own hand
Lambert, John, 1619-1683. / [1659] The Lord Lambert's letter to the Right Honorable the speaker of the Parliament, concerning the victory which it hath pleased God to give the forces of this commonwealth once the rebels under Sir George Booth in Cheshire read in Parliament Monday Aug. 22 : to which is added a list of the officers which are prisoners, with the number of soldiers and colours taken : according to the relation made by Captain Brown who was present in the fight.
Lambert, John, 1619-1683. / [printed, an. Dom. 1659] A letter from the Lord Lambert and other officers to General Monck, inviting the officers under his command to subscribe the representation and petition presented to the Parliament the day before. With a modest and Christian answer thereunto by General Monck, (deserving perpetuall honour) importing their refusall to joyne in that design, as being a breach of trust, and of danger to the Common-Wealth.
Lambert, John, 1619-1683. / [1649] By Major Generall Lambert, Commander in Chief in the northern parts
Lambert, John, d. 1538. / [1548?] A treatyse made by Johan Lambert vnto kynge Henry the .viij. concerynge hys opynyon in the sacrame[n]t of the aultre as they call it, or supper of the lorde as the scripture nameth it. Anno do. 1538
Lambert, John, Sir, d. 1722 or 3. / [1700?] The case of Sir John Lambert, Bar. Samuel Shepheard, and John James David, merchants of London. Humbly offered to the consideration of this honourable house, for relief.
Lambeth (London, England) / [1643] To the right honourable the House of Lords, now assembled in Parliament the humble petition of the inhabitants of Lambeth.
Lamboll, William. / [1686] Something in answer to Thomas Curtis and B.C.'s reasons why the meeting-house doors were shut up at Reading
Lamplugh, Thomas, 1615-1691. / [1690] A letter from Exon to his friend, Mr. T. Wills, in London, concerning the landing of the French July 26 ; with the particulars of the burning the town of Tingmouth, &c.
Lamport, John. / [1685] A direct method of ordering and curing people of that loathsome disease, the small-pox teaching the common sort of people (to whom the care of the sick is for the most part committed) how to go thorow their business with much more safety ... : as also how to prevent the usual deformity of marks and scars ... for the benefit of all, but especially the poor / being the twenty years practical experience and observations of John Lamport, alias, Lampard ...
Lamy, Bernard, 1640-1715. / [1676] The art of speaking written in French by Messieurs du Port Royal in pursuance of a former treatise intituled, The art of thinking ; rendred into English.
Lancton, Thomas. / [1641] Dvblin, Febr. 7, 1641, or, The last true newes from Ireland written in a letter sent from Thomas Lancton, chief clarke unto Sir Charles Coote, chiefe commander of His Majesties infantry in Dublin.
Lander, Thomas. / [MDCLXXXI 1681] The information of Thomas Lander of Shutborrow in the county of Stafford another of the witnesses in the tryal of the late Lord Stafford, as it was taken upon oath by Edmund Warcup, Esquire, one of His Majesties justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex, and city and liberties of Westminster, on the 24th day of December, 1680.
Lane, Erasmus. / [1670] Divinitas Christi probatur ab ejus cultu baptismus non est ritus indifferens.
Lane, John, 16th/17th cent. / [1600] Tom Tel-Troths message, and his pens complaint A worke not vnpleasant to be read, nor vnprofitable to be followed. Written by Io. La. Gent.
Lane, John, 16th/17th cent. / [1648] Alarum to poets
Lane, John, quartermaster. / [1652] Persecution detected in all his new forms: or, A dialogue between Nimrod policy, and Nathanael innocency Wherein persecution is followed and detected in his chiefest tabernacles; being packing apace out of his old g[...]bs of presbytery into his swept and garnisht forms of independency and the water-way: wherein is shewed the originall, and name, and interest of policy, with many of his assistants; and also of innocency: with the epitome of a true Christian: also several considerable queres touching God, his word, his essence; and Christ, and his works in man; as touching heaven, and hell, and sin, and the sabbath &c. of Moses; touching the true rest and centre of a Christian. By John Lane, late quartermaster to Sir Hardresse Wallers regiment.
Laneham, Robert, 16th cent. / [1575] A letter whearin part of the entertainment vntoo the Queenz Maiesty at Killingwoorth Castl in Warwik sheer in this soomerz progress 1575 is signified / from a freend officer attendant in coourt vntoo hiz freend a citizen and merchaunt of London.
Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. / [1669] Five sermons, preached before His Majesty at Whitehall, published severally by command, and now printed together, tending all to give satisfaction in certain points to such who have thereupon endeavoured to unsettle the state and government of the church by B. Lord Bishop of Ely.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [1670-75] A Warning-piece for all wicked livers, or, A caveat for all people to remember their latter end
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [between 1681 and 1684] A warning-piece for all wicked livers: or, A cavat [sic] for all people to remember their latter end. Being very good instructions for old and young, rich and poor, to amend their lives, and repent before it be too late. To the tune of, The rich merchant man.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [between 1680-1685] The Taunton maids delight, or, Hey for the honest woosted-comber. In Taunton town a maid doth dwell, who loves a woosted-comber very well, in the praise of him she doth declare, no other tradesman can with him compare. All sweethe [sic] arts that doth come she does refuse, only a woosted-comber she doth chuse, to him she wisheth good prosperity, for 'tis a comber must her husband be. The tune is, I have a good old mother at home, &c. / T.L.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [between 1670-1677] A looking-glass for a bad husband: or, A caveat for a spend-thrift. You that are guilty of that sinful crime of drunkenness, strive for to leave it off in time: lay up your money, do not it vainly spend; for in your greatest need, it will be your best friend. Endeavour in your youth, left in old age you want; for when the poverty doth come, friends will be scant. To the tune of, The poor man's comfort: or, Digby. / By T.L.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [between 1678-1681] The good-fellow's resolution: or, The bad husbands return from his folly, being a caveat for all spend-thrifts to beware of the main chance. Here in this ballad you may see, the vain-ness of bad husbandry: good advice here is to be found, the which may save you many a pound. To the tune of, The plow-mans honour made known. / By T. Lanfiere. Drink t'other bowl, I'le follow thee.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [1682] The good fellows frolick, or, Kent street clubb. Good people all come mind my merry tale, and you shall hear the vertue of good ale, whose charming power some mens humors (hitts, it robs them of their money & their witts: for he in time will surely money lack that minds his belly better than his back. Tune of, Hey boys up go we, Seamans mournful bride, or The fair one let me in.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [1685?] The good fellovvs consideration. Or The bad husbands amendment. Here in this ballad you may see, what 'tis a bad husband to be, for drunkenness most commonly brings many unto poverty. And when a man is mean and bare, friends will be scarce both far and near, then in your youth keep money in store, lest in old age you do grow poor. To the tune of, Hey boys up go we, &c. / Lately written by Thomas Lanfiere, of Watchat town in Sommerset shire.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [1687?] The galant seamans return from the Indies, or the happy meeting of two faithful lovers Wherein is shewed the loyal constancy of a seaman to his love, with her kind salutation unto him for his welcome home. Observe this song which is both neat and pretty Tis on a seaman in his praise of Betty. Tune of Five sail of frigots, or Shrewsbury By T.L. With allowance.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [between 1674-1679] A discription of plain-dealing, time, and death, which all men ought to mind whilst they do live on earth. Abuse not plain-dealing, but keep your conscience clear, spend well your time also, then death you need not fear. Plain-dealing is grown out of date because he is poor, many him hate: conscience likewise is laid aside, 'cause he base actions can't abide. To the tune of, A letter for a Christian family. / Written by Thomas Lanfire.
Lanfiere, Thomas. / [1680?] The Citty prophisier, or, The countrey fortuneteller by Tho. Lanfiere.
Lanfranco, of Milan, 13th cent. / [An. 1565] A most excellent and learned vvoorke of chirurgerie, called Chirurgia parua Lanfranci Lanfranke of Mylayne his briefe: reduced from dyuers translations to our vulgar or vsuall frase, and now first published in the Englyshe prynte by Iohn Halle chirurgien. Who hath thervnto necessarily annexed. A table, as wel of the names of diseases and simples with their vertues, as also of all other termes of the arte opened. ... And in the ende a compendious worke of anatomie ... An historiall expostulation also against the beastly abusers, both of chyrurgerie and phisicke in our tyme: with a goodly doctrine, and instruction, necessary to be marked and folowed of all true chirurgie[n]s. All these faithfully gathered, and diligently set forth, by the sayde Iohn Halle.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1609-1658. / [Printed in the yeare, 1644 i.e. 1645] A review of the Covenant, wherein the originall, grounds, means, matter, and ends of it are examined: and out of the principles of the remonstrances, declarations, votes, orders, and ordinances of the prime covenanteers, or the firmer grounds of Scripture, law, and reason, disproved.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1609-1658. / [1651] The foundation of the Universitie of Oxford, with a catalogue of the principall founders and speciall benefactors of all the colledges, and total number of students, magistrates and officers therein being. And how the revenews thereof are and have been increased from time to time, and by whom, with buildings, books and revenues as no universitie in the world can in all points parallel: these are the nurseries of religion, and seminaries of good literature.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1609-1658. / [1651] The foundation of the Universitie of Cambridge, with a catalogue of the principall founders and speciall benefactors of all the colledges, and total number of students, magistrates and officers therein being. And how the revenews thereof are and have been increased from time to time, and by whom, with buildings, books and revenues as no universitie in the world can in all points parallel: these are the nurseries of religion, and seminaries of good literature.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1609-1658. / [1641] Episcopall inheritance, or, A reply to the humble examination of a printed abstract of the answers to nine reasons of the Hovse of Commons against the votes of bishops in Parliament also a determination of the learned and reverend bishop of Sarum Englished.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1656-1692. / [1688 i.e. 1687] A new catalogue of English plays containing all the comedies, tragedies, tragi-comedies, opera's, masques, pastorals, interludes, farces, &c. both ancient and modern, that have ever yet been printed, to this present year 1688 : to which are added the volumes and best editions, with divers remarks of the originals of most plays, and the plagiaries of several authors / by Gerard Langbaine, Gent.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1656-1692. / [1699] The lives and characters of the English dramatick poets also an exact account of all the plays that were ever yet printed in the English tongue, their double titles, the places where acted, the dates when printed, and the persons to whom dedicated, with remarks and observations on most of the said plays / first begun by Mr. Langbain ; improv'd and continued down to this time, by a careful hand.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1656-1692. / [1691] An account of the English dramatick poets, or, Some observations and remarks on the lives and writings of all those that have publish'd either comedies, tragedies, tragi-comedies, pastorals, masques, interludes, farces or opera's in the English tongue by Gerard Langbaine.
Langbaine, Gerard, 1656-1692. / [1685] The hunter a discourse of horsemanship directing the right way to breed, keep, and train a horse, for ordinary hunting and plates.
Langhorne, Daniel, d. 1681. / [1673] Elenchus antiquitatum Albionensium, Britannorum, Scotorum, Danorum, Anglosaxonum &c. : origines & gesta usque ad annum 449 quo Angli in Brittanniam immigrârunt explicans : una cum brevi regum picticorum chronico / per Danielem Langhornium.
Langhorne, William, Sir, 1629-1715. / [1688] Considerations humbly tendred, concerning the East-India company.
Langton, Christopher, 1521-1578. / [the .x. day of April Anno dni. M. D. XLVII 1547] A uery brefe treatise, ordrely declaring the pri[n]cipal partes of phisick that is to saye: thynges natural. Thynges not naturall. Thynges agaynst nature. Gathered, and sette forth by Christopher Langton.
Langton, Christopher, 1521-1578. / [1545?] An introduction into phisycke wyth an vniuersal dyet, gathered by Christofer Langton.
Lanquet, Thomas, 1521-1545. / [5 April 1559] An epitome of chronicles Conteyninge the whole discourse of the histories as well of this realme of England, as al other cou[n]treys, with the succession of their kinges, the time of their reigne, and what notable actes they did ... gathered out of most probable auctours. Firste by Thomas Lanquet, from the beginning of the worlde to the incarnacion of Christe, secondely to the reigne of our soueraigne lord king Edward the sixt by Thomas Cooper, and thirdly to the reigne of our soueraigne Ladye Quene Elizabeth, by Robert Crowley. Anno. 1559.
Lansdowne, George Granville, Baron, 1667-1735. / [1698] Heroick love a tragedy : as it is acted at the theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields / written by the Honourable George Granville, Esq.
Lansdowne, George Granville, Baron, 1667-1735. / [1696] The she-gallants, a comedy as it is acted at the theatre in Little-Lincoln-Inn-Fields, by His Majesty's servants.
Lansperger, Johannes Justus, 1489-1539. / [1595] An epistle in the person of Christ to the faithfull soule, written first by that learned Lanspergius, and after translated into English by one of no small fame, whose good example of sufferance & liuing, hath and wilbe a memoriall vnto his countrie and posteritie for euer
Lassels, Richard, 1603?-1668. / [1670] The voyage of Italy, or, A compleat journey through Italy in two parts : with the characters of the people, and the description of the chief towns, churches, monasteries, tombs, libraries, pallaces, villas, gardens, pictures, statues, and antiquities : as also of the interest, government, riches, force, &c. of all the princes : with instructions concerning travel / by Richard Lassels, Gent. who travelled through Italy five times as tutor to several of the English nobility and gentry ; never before extant.
Lathum, William. / [Anno 1634] Phyala lachrymarum. Or A few friendly teares, shed over the dead body of Mr Nathaniel Weld Mr of Arts of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge who in the short journey of his life, died betwene the five and sixe and twentieth yeare of his youth, 1633. Together with sundry choyce meditations of mortalitie.
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [1537, the 23 of Nouember] The sermon that the reuerende father in Christ, Hugh Latimer, Byshop of Worcester, made to the clergie, in the co[n]uocatio[n], before the Parlyament began, the 9. day of June, the 28. yere of the reigne of Our Souerayne Lorde Kyng Henry the VIII nowe translated out of Latyne into Englyshe ; to the inte[n]t, that thing is well said to a fewe, may be vnderstande of many, and do good to al the[m] that desyre to be better.
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [1549] The seconde [seventh] sermon of Maister Hughe Latimer which he preached before the Kynges Maiestie [with?]in his graces palayce at Westminster, ye xv. day of Marche [-xix daye of Apryll], M.ccccc.xlix.
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [1661] The preaching bishop reproving unpreaching prelates Being a brief, but faithful collection of observeable passages, in several sermons preached by the reverend father in God, Mr Hugh Latimer, Bish. of Worcester, (one of our first reformers, and a glorious martyr of Jesus Christ) before K. Edw. the sixth; before the convocation of the clergy, and before the citizens of London, at Pauls. Wherein, many things, relating to the honour and happiness of the king (our most gracious soveraign) the honourable lords, the reverend judges, the citizens of London, and commons of all sorts, but especially, the bishops and clergy are most plainly, piously and pithily represented.
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [1549] The fyrste sermon of Mayster Hughe Latimer, whiche he preached before the Kinges Maiestie wythin his graces palayce at Westminster. M.D.XLIX. the. viii. of March Cu[m] gratia et priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [1548] A notable sermo[n] of ye reuerende father Maister Hughe Latemer whiche he preached in ye Shrouds at paules churche in Londo[n], on the. xviii. daye of Ianuary. 1548.
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [Anno. 1562] 27 sermons preached by the ryght Reuerende father in God and constant matir [sic] of Iesus Christe, Maister Hugh Latimer, as well such as in tymes past haue bene printed, as certayne other commyng to our handes of late, whych were yet neuer set forth in print. Faithfully perused [and] allowed accordying to the order appoynted in the Quenes Maiesties iniunctions. 1. Hys sermon Ad clerum. 2. Hys fourth sermon vpon the plough. 3. Hys. 7. sermons before kyng Edward. 4 Hys sermon at Stamforde. 5. Hys last sermon before kyng Edward. 6. Hys. 7. sermons vpon the Lordes prayer. 7. Hys other. 9. sermons vpon certayne Gospels and Epistles
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [1550] A sermon of Master Latimer, preached at Stamford the. ix. day of October. Anno. M.ccccc. and fyftie
Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. / [Anno Domi. M.D.L. i.e. 1553?] A moste faithfull sermo[n] preached before the Kynges most excelle[n]te Maiestye, and hys most honorable Councel, in his court at Westminster, by the reuerende Father Master. Hughe Latymer
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1644] A true copy of certain passages of the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, his speech spoken on the scaffold on Tower-Hill immediatly before his death Jan. 10, 1644
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [MDCLI. 1651] Seven sermons preached upon severall occasions by the Right Reverend and learned Father in God, William Laud, late Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, &c.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1667] A summarie of devotions compiled and used by Dr William Laud, sometime Ld Arch-bishop of Canterbvry now published according to the copy written with his own hand and reserved in the archives of St. John Baptist's Colledge Library in Oxon.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [M.DC.XXV. 1625] A sermon preached on Munday, the sixt of February, at Westminster at the opening of the Parliament. By the Bishop of S: Dauids.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1628] A sermon preached on Munday, the seauenteenth of March, at Westminster at the opening of the Parliament. By the Bishop of Bathe and Welles.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1621] A sermon preached before his Maiesty, on Tuesday the nineteenth of Iune, at Wansted. Anno Dom. 1621. By D. Laud Deane of Glocester, one of his Maiesties chaplaines in ordinary. Printed by commandement
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [M.DC.XXVI 1626] A sermon preached before his Maiestie, on Wednesday the fift of Iuly, at White-hall At the solemne fast then held. By the Bishop of S. Davids. Wm. Laud.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [MDCXXXIX. 1639] A relation of the conference betweene William Lavvd, then, Lrd. Bishop of St. Davids; now, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury: and Mr. Fisher the Jesuite by the command of King James of ever blessed memorie. VVith an answer to such exceptions as A.C. takes against it. By the sayd Most Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [M.DC.XXV. 1625] A sermon preached before his Maiestie, on Sunday the XIX. of Iune, at White-Hall Appointed to be preached at the opening of the Parliament. By the Bishop of S. Dauids.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1622] A sermon preached at VVhite-hall, on the 24. of March, 1621 Beeing the day of the beginning of his Maiesties most gracious reigne. By the Bishop of S. Dauids.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1673] A relation of the conference between William Laud, late Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury, and Mr. Fisher the Jesuite by the command of King James, of ever-blessed memory : with an answer to such exceptions as A.C. takes against it.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1641] The recantation of the prelate of Canterbury being his last advice to his brethren the bishops of England : to consider his fall, observe the times, forsake their wayes, and to joyne in this good work of reformation.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1663] Officium quotidianum: or, A manual of private devotions By the most reverend father in God Dr. William Laud late Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1642?] A letter sent from the Arch-Bishop of Canterbury (now prisoner in the Tower) to the Vice-Chancellor, doctors, and the rest of the convocation at Oxford, intimating his humble desires to His Majesty, for a speedy reconcilement between him and his high court of Parliament.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1641] A letter sent by William Lavvd Archbishop of Canterburie with divers manuscripts to the Vniversity of Oxford : which letter in respect it hath relation to this present Parliament is here inserted : together with the answer which the Vniversitie sent him wherein is specified their integrity as he is their chancellor : the tenor whereof ensues.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1695-1700] The history of the troubles and tryal of the Most Reverend Father in God and blessed martyr, William Laud, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. vol. 1 wrote by himself during his imprisonment in the Tower ; to which is prefixed the diary of his own life, faithfully and entirely published from the original copy ; and subjoined, a supplement to the preceding history, the Arch-Bishop's last will, his large answer to the Lord Say's speech concerning liturgies, his annual accounts of his province delivered to the king, and some other things relating to the history.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1695-1700] The history of the troubles and tryal of the Most Reverend Father in God and blessed martyr, William Laud, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. [vol. 2 of the Remains.] wrote by himself during his imprisonment in the Tower ; to which is prefixed the diary of his own life, faithfully and entirely published from the original copy ; and subjoined, a supplement to the preceding history, the Arch-Bishop's last will, his large answer to the Lord Say's speech concerning liturgies, his annual accounts of his province delivered to the king, and some other things relating to the history.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1683] The daily office of a Christian being the devotions of the most Reverend Father in God Dr. William Laud, late archbishop of Canterbury : wherein several catechetical paraphrases ...
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1643] The copy of the petition presented to the honourable Houses of Parliament, by the Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury, &c. Wherein the said arch-bishop desires that he may not be transported beyond the seas into New England with Master Peters, in regard to his extraordinary age and weakenesse.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1645] A commemoration of King Charles his inauguration, or, A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse by William Laud ...
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1641] The copie of a letter sent from VVilliam Lavd, Archbishop of Canterbury, the 28 of June, MDCXLI, unto the Universitie of Oxford specifying his willingnesse to resigne his chancellor-ship, and withall deploring his sad estate now in the time of his imprisonship.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. / [1645?] The Arch-bishop of Canterburie his speech, or, His funeral sermon preached by himself on the scaffold on Tower-hill on Friday the tenth of January, 1645, upon Hebrews 12, 1, 2 also, the prayers which he used at the same time and place before his execution / all faithfully written by Iohn Hinde, whom the archbishop beseeched that hee would not let any wrong be done him by any phrase in false copies.
Lauder, William, 1520?-1573. / [1570?] Ane prettie mirrour or conference, betuix the faithfull protestant a[n]d the dissemblit false hypocreit In to the quhilk may be maist easylie perceaued [and] knawin the one fro[m] the vther. Compylit be William Lauder minister of the wourd of God. For the instructioun, confort, and consolatioun of all faithfull professours. To quhome he wyssith grace mercy and peace, in Iesus Christ our Lord, and onlie Sauiour. So be it. Luke in to this mirrour, and thow sall cleirlie ken all faithfull trew Christianes, fro[m] fals disse[m]blit me[n].
Lauder, William, 1520?-1573. / [In the zeir of God ane M.V.C.LUI. sic, i.e. 1556] Ane compendious and breue tractate, concernyng ye office and dewtie of kyngis, spirituall pastoris, and temporall iugis laitlie compylit be William Lauder. For the faithfull instructioun of kyngis, and prencis
Lauder, William, 1520?-1573. / [1569?] Ane godlie tractate or mirrour. Quhairintill may be easilie perceauit quho thay be that are ingraftit in to Christ, a[n]d quho are nocht. Declaring also the rewaird of the godlie and punyschement of the wekit. ... Compyld in meter, be William Lauder, minister of the wourd of God ...
Laudonnière, René Goulaine de. / [1587] A notable historie containing foure voyages made by certayne French captaynes vnto Florida vvherein the great riches and fruitefulnes of the countrey with the maners of the people hitherto concealed are brought to light, written all, sauing the last, by Monsieur Laudonniere, who remained there himselfe as the French Kings lieuetenant a yere and a quarter: newly translated out of French into English by R.H. In the end is added a large table for the better finding out the principall matters contayned in this worke.
Laugharne, Rowland, d. 1676. / [1645 i.e. 1646] Two letters sent to the Honoble [sic] William Lenthal Esq., Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons the one, concerning the great victory obtained at Cardiffe by the Parliaments forces under the command of Major General Laughorn wherein were slain about two hundred and fifty, eight hundred taken prisoners whereof two lieut. colonels, two majors, ten captains, ten lieutenants, divers ensigns, with other inferior officers : the other, concerning Sir Tho. Fairfax's march into Cornwal.
Laurent, Dominican, fl. 1279. / [1485 or 6] This book was compyled [and] made atte requeste of kyng Phelyp of Fraunce ... whyche book is callyd in frensshe. le liure Royal· that is to say the ryal book. or a book for a kyng. ...
Lavater, Ludwig, 1527-1586. / [1596] Three Christian sermons, made by Lodouike Lauatere, minister of Zuricke in Heluetia, of famine and dearth of victuals: and translated into English, as being verie fit for this time of our dearth: by VV. Barlow Bachelar in Diuinitie
Lavater, Ludwig, 1527-1586. / [1572] Of ghostes and spirites walking by nyght and of strange noyses, crackes, and sundry forewarnynges, whiche commonly happen before the death of menne, great slaughters, [and] alterations of kyngdomes. One booke, written by Lewes Lauaterus of Tigurine. And translated into Englyshe by R.H.
Lavater, Ludwig, 1527-1586. / [1586] The book of Ruth expounded in twenty eight sermons, by Levves Lauaterus of Tygurine, and by hym published in Latine, and now translated into Englishe by Ephraim Pagitt, a childe of eleuen yeares of age
Law, Thomas, bellman. / [Printed in the year, 1666] Thomas Law bell-man. His Christmass greeting to his masters of St. Giles Cripplegate, within the Freedom, presenteth his love and humble endeavours, as followeth.
Lawes, Henry, 1596-1662. / [1648] Choice Psalmes put into musick, for three voices the most of which may properly enough be sung by any three, with a thorough base / compos'd by Henry and William Lawes, brothers and servants to His Majestie ; with divers elegies, set in musick by sev'rall friends, upon the death of William Lawes ; and at the end of the thorough base are added nine canons of three and foure voices, made by William Lawes.
Lawrence, Anthony, 17th cent. / [1677] Nurseries, orchards, profitable gardens, and vineyards encouraged the present obstructions removed, and probable expedients for the better progress proposed, for the general benefit of His Majesties dominions, and more particularly of Cambridge and the champain-countries and northern parts of England : in several letters out of the country directed to Henry Oldenburg, Esq. ... / the first letter from Anthony Lawrence, all the rest from John Beale ...
Lawrence, Edward, 1623-1695. / [1672] Christ's power over bodily diseases Preached in several sermons on Mat. 8. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. And published for the instruction especially of the more ignorant people in the great dutie of preparation for sickness and death. By Edward Lawrence, M.A. minister of the gospel at Baschurch in the county of Salop.
Lawrence, Henry, 1600-1664. / [1649] An history of angells being a theologicall treatise of our communion and warre with them : handled on the 6th chapter of the Ephesians, the 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 verses / by Henry Lawrence ...
Lawrence, Leonard. / [MDCL 1650] Epithalamium, or, A nuptial song, with a narrative of loves progress consecrated to the honoured fame of his much valued friends Mr. Abraham Cullen and Mrs. Abigail Rushout ...
Lawrence, Thomas, A.M. / [1664] Mercurius centralis, or, A discourse of subterraneal cockle, muscle and oyster-shels found in the digging of a well at Sir William Doylie's in Norfolk many foot under ground and at considerable distance from the sea / sent in a letter to Thomas Brown by Tho. Lawrence.
Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2. / [1681] Two great questions determined by the principles of reason & divinity I. whether the right to succession in hæreditary kingdoms, be eternal and unalterable? Neg. : II. whether some certain politick reasons may not be sufficient grounds of divorce? Affirm.
Lawrence, William, 1613 or 14-1681 or 2. / [1654] To the Honourable, the Referrees of his Highnesse most Honourable Councel, in the cause between Sir John Stowell and the purchasers. The humble petition of William Lawrence of Edenburgh, esq.
Lawson, Deodat. / [1692] A brief and true narrative of some remarkable passages relating to sundry persons afflicted by witchcraft at Salem village, which happened from the nineteenth of March to the fifth of April, 1692 collected by Deodat Lawson.
Lawson, George, d. 1678. / [1659] Theo-politica, or, A body of divinity containing the rules of the special government of God, according to which, he orders the immortal and intellectual creatures, angels, and men, to their final and eternal estate : being a method of those saving truths, which are contained in the Canon of the Holy Scripture, and abridged in those words of our Saviour Jesus Christ, which were the ground and foundation of those apostolical creeds and forms of confessions, related by the ancients, and, in particular, by Irenæus, and Tertullian / by George Lawson ...
Lawson, George, d. 1678. / [1689] Politica sacra & civilis, or, A model of civil and ecclesiastical government wherein, besides the positive doctrine concerning state and church in general, are debated the principal controversies of the times concerning the constitution of the state and Church of England, tending to righteousness, truth, and peace / by George Lawson ...
Lawson, George, d. 1678. / [1686] Magna Charta ecclesiæ universalis the grand charter issued out and granted by Jesus Christ for the plantation of the Christian faith in all nations ... / by George Lawson ...
Lawson, George, d. 1678. / [1662] An exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrewes wherein the text is cleared, Theopolitica improved, the Socinian comment examined / by George Lawson ...
Lawson, John, M.D. / [1660] Upon the blessed return of our gracious sovereign King Charles the Second. Presented to his sacred Majesty by a person of honour the next day.
Lawson, John, Sir, d. 1665. / [MDCLIX 1659] Two letters from Vice-Admiral John Lawson and the commanders of the fleet to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Common-councilmen of the city of London, dated the 13th of December, 1659 from the Downes : the other the 21 instant from Gravesend.
Lawson, John, Sir, d. 1665. / [1659] Two letters from Vice-Admiral John Lavvson, the one to the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor of the City of London; to be communicated to the court of aldermen, and Common-Council of the said City. The other, to the Honorable the commissioners for the militia of the City of London. Dated December the 28. 1659.
Lawson, John, Sir, d. 1665. / [1660?] A declaration of Vice-Admiral John Lavvson commander of the fleet in the narrow seas by authority of Parliament with the commanders of the several ships now with him in the Downes, in order to the removal of the interruption that is put upon the Parliament, the 13th of October last.
Lawson, William, fl. 1618. / [1631] A nevv orchard and garden, or, The best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good for a rich orchard particularly in the nor[th] and generally for the whole kingdome of England, as in nature, reason, situation and all probabilitie, may and doth appeare : with the country housewifes garden for hearbes of common vse, their vertues, seasons, profits, ornaments, varietie of knots, models for trees, and plots for the best ordering of grounds and walkes : as also the husbandry of bees, with their seuerall vses and annoyances, being the experience of 48 yeares labour ... / by William Lawson ; whereunto is newly added the art of propagating plants, with the tree ordering manner of fruits in their gathering, carring home & preseruation.
Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. / [1696] A sober vvarning to people that they may regard the work of the Lord. The 28th day of the 7th month, 1696
Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. / [1691] Some questions and answers concerning religion and the worship of God.