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Read, Alexander, 1586?-1641. / [1638] The manuall of the anatomy or dissection of the body of man containing the enumeration, and description of the parts of the same, which usually are shewed in the publike anatomicall exercises. Enlarged and more methodically digested into 6. books. By Alexander Read, Doctor of Physick, a fellow of the Physitians College of London, and a brother of the Worshipfull Company of the Barber-Chirurgeons.
Read, Robert, fl. 1653-1656. / [1653] The complaint of many free-holders, farmer, and others, of the Common-wealth of England Against the unlawfull planting of English tobacco. With an act of Parliament prohibiting the same.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1663] A sermon delivered in the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, concerning church-musick by John Reading ...
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1642] A sermon delivered at Maidston in Kent, at the assizes there held, August 23, 1641
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1650] The Ranters ranting: with the apprehending, examinations, and confession of Iohn Collins, I. Shakespear, Tho. Wiberton, and five more which are to answer the next sessions. And severall songs or catches, which were sung at their meetings. Also their several kinds of mirth and dancing. Their blasphemous opinions. Their belief concerning heaven and hell. And the reason why one of the same opinion cut off the heads of his own mother and brother. Set forth for the further discovery of this ungodly crew.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1621] The old mans staffe two sermons shewing the onely way to a comfortable old age, preached in Saint Maries in Douer by Iohn Reading.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1648 i.e. 1649] Little Benjamin or truth discovering error: being a clear and full answer unto the letter, subscribed by 47 ministers of the province of London, and presented to his Excellency, January 18. 1648. To inform the ignorant satisfie the desirous of the concurrent proceedings the Parliament and Army. In taking away the life of Charles Stuart, late King of England, together with, &c. / By a reall lover of all those, who love peace and truth. February 17. 1648. Imprimatur Gil. Mabbot.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1651] A guide to the Holy City, or, Directions and helps to an holy life containing rules of religious advice, with prayers in sundry cases, and estates ... / by Iohn Reading ...
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1621] A faire vvarning Declaring the comfortable vse both of sicknesse and health. Deliuered in seuerall sermons at Saint Maries in Douer, by Iohn Reading minister and preacher of Gods words.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1627] Dauids soliloquie Containing many comforts for afflicted mindes. As they were deliuered in sundry sermons at Saint Maries in Douer. By Io: Reading.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1660] Christmass revived: or An ansvver to certain objections made against the observation of a day in memory of our Saviour Christ his birth. By John Reading. M.A. And one of the prebends of Christs-Church in Canterbury.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1638] Characters of true blessednesse delivered in a sermon preached at Saint Maries Church in Dover. Sep. 21. 1637. At the funeral of Mrs. Alice Percivall, wife of Anthony Percivall Esquire. By Iohn Reading.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1655] Anabaptism routed: or, a survey of the controverted points: Concerning [brace] 1. Infant-Baptisme. 2. Pretended necessity of dipping. 3. The dangerous practise of re-baptising. Together, with a particular answer to all that is alledged in favour of the Anabaptists, by Dr. Jer. Taylor, in his book, called, the liberty of Prophesying. / By John Reading, B.D. and sometimes student of Magdalen-Hall in Oxford.
Reading, John, 1588-1667. / [1654] An antidote against Anabaptism, in a reply to the plea for Anabaptists: or Animadversions on that part of the libertie of prophesying which sect. 18. p. 223. beareth this title: A particular consideration of the opinion of the Anabaptists. Together with a survey of the controverted points concerning 1. Infant baptism. 2. Pretended necessitie of dipping. 3. The dangerous practice of rebaptizing. By Jo. Reading, B.D. and sometimes student of Magdalen Hall in Oxford.
Record, Erasmus. / [1624] To the right honorable the Lords spirituall and temporall in this present Parliament assembled the humble petition of Erasmus Record and Millicent Vaughan widow, the administratrix of the goods, chattels and debts of Walter Vaughan deceased.
Records, Charles. / [1632] A mostpleasant [sic] dialogue, or, A merry greeting betweene two louers how Will and Nan did fall at strife, and at the last, made man and wife : to the tune of Lusina / [by] C.R.
Records, Charles. / [1633?] Friendly counsaile. Or, Here's an answer to all demanders the which ile declare to all by-standers, thereby to teach them how to know a perfect friend from a flattering foe. To the tune of I could fancy pretty Nancy.
Redi, Francesco, 1626-1698. / [1673] A letter of Francesco Redi concerning some objections made upon his Observations about vipers written to Monsieur Bourdelot ... and Monsieur Alexander Morus : printed in Italian at Florence, 1670 / now made English ; together with the sequel of New experiments upon vipers, and a dissertation upon their poyson ... written in French by Moyse Charas ; now likewise Englished.
Redman, William, d. 1602. / [1595] Orders for the redresse of abuse in diet, by her Maiesties expresse pleasure, and absolute commandement to be obserued in the time of this scarsitie and dearth, both by the ministers, and others of the laitie of the realme, within this dioces of Norwich.
Reeve, John, 1608-1658. / [1684] Spiritual hymns upon Solomons song: or, Love in the right channel Wherein that divine part of scripture is paraphras'd, and the dark places expounded; and may be vocally sung in the ordinary tunes of the singing Psalms. By John Reeve.
Refuge, Eustache de, d. 1617. / [1652] Arcana aulica, or, Walsingham's manual of prudential maxims for the states-man and the courtier
Refuge, Eustache de, d. 1617. / [1660] The accomplish'd courtier consisting of institutions and examples, by which courtiers and officers of state may square their transactions prudently, and in good order and method / by H.W. Gent.
Refuge, Eustache de, d. 1617. / [1622] A treatise of the court or Instructions for courtiers Digested into two books. Written in French by the noble, and learned iuris-consull Monsr Denys de Refuges, Councellor of Estate, and many tymes ambassador (in foraigne parts) for ye two last French kings his masters* Done into English by Iohn Reynolds.
Rementería y Fica, Mariano de. / [Printed in the year, 1660] A meditation for the 30th of January, the anniversary of the murther and martyrdome of K. Charles the I. The best of kings, of husbands, of fathers, of Christians, and of men; who was decolated on that day, Anno Domini, 1648. and in the four and twentieth year of his Sacred Majesties most gracious reign.
Rementería y Fica, Mariano de. / [Printed in the year, 1660] A meditation for the thirtieth day of January, the anniversary of the murther and martyrdom of K. Charles the I. The best of kings, of husbands, of fathers, and of men, who was decolated [sic] on that day, Anno 1648, and in the four and twentieth year of His Sacred Majesties most gracious reign.
Remonstrantse Broederschap. / [1676] The confession or declaration of the ministers or pastors which in the United Provinces are called Remonstrants, concerning the chief points of Christian religion
Renichon, Michel de, d. 1594. / [1594] The confession of Michael Renichon of Templeu, parson of Bossier, in the county of Namours concerning, the bloudy enterprise, which by him should haue bene committed vpon the person of County Maurice, Prince of Orange, as also, the sentence denounced against hym for that deede, in the Haghe on the third of June 1594. Printed at Vtrecht, by Salomon de Roy, ordinary printer of the Estates, in their language, and now truely translated into english by R.R.
Resbury, Richard, 1607-1674. / [1652] The lightless-starre, or, Mr. John Goodwin discovered a Pelagio-Socinian and this by the examination of his preface to his book entituled Redemption redeemed : together with an answer to his letter entituled Confidence dismounted / by Richard Resbury ... ; hereunto is annexed a thesis of that reverend, pious and judicious divine, Doctor Preston ... concerning the irresistibility of converting grace.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The wall & glory of Jerusalem, in a sermon preached in St. Pauls-Church London, before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor, Lord General, aldermen, Common Council, and companies of the Honorable City of London, February 28. 1659. Being a day of solemn thanksgiving unto God, for restoring the Parliament and Common Council, and for preserving the City. By Edward Reynolds D.D.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] True gain, opened in a sermon preached at Pauls, Nov. 9. 1656 by Edward Reynolds, D.D.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1640] A treatise of the passions and faculties of the soule of man With the severall dignities and corruptions thereunto belonging. By Edvvard Reynoldes, late preacher to the honorable society of Lincoln's Inne: and now rector of the Church of Braunston in Northamptonshire.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1631] Three treatises of the vanity of the creature. The sinfulnesse of sinne. The life of Christ. Being the substance of severall sermons preached at Lincolns Inne: by Edward Reynoldes, preacher to that honourable society, and late fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1663] The staves of beauty & bands opened in a sermon preached at Yarmovth, August 23, 1663 / by Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The substance of two sermons one touching composing of controversies, another touching unity of judgement and love amongst brethren : preached in two honourable conventions of parliament : the former, Jan. 27, 1657, the other, Feb. 4, 1658 / by Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1657] Sions praises. Opened in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen and common council of London: on the day of solemn thanksgiving unto God for his long and gracious preservation of that great city, from pestilence, fire, and other dangers. By Edward Reynolds. D.D.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1636] The shieldes of the earth A sermon preached before the reverend judges, Sir Richard Hutten, and Sir George Crooke, at the assizes holden at North-hampton: February 25. 1634. By Edward Reynolds, rector of the church of Braunston in North-hampton shire.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1658] A sermon touching the use of humane learning preached in Mercers-Chappel at the funeral of that learned gentleman, Mr. John Langley, late school-master of Pauls School in London, on the 21 day of September, 1657 / by Ed. Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1638] A sermon touching the peace and edification of the church preached at the second triennial visitation of the right reverend father in God, Francis Lord Bishop of Peterborough, at Daventry in Northamptonshire, July 12. 1637 / by Edvvard Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1678] A sermon preached in St. Paul's before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor by Dr. Edward Reynolds, late Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1666] A sermon preached before the peers in the Abby Church at Westminster, November 7, 1666 being a day of solemn humiliation for the continuing pestilence / by Edward Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1669] A sermon preached before the King upon the twenty eighth of March, 1669 by Edward Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1668] A sermon preached before the king at White-Hall on March 22, 1667, being Easter-day / by Edward Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1658] The rich mans charge delivered in a sermon at the Spittle vpon Monday in Easter week, 12 April 1658, before the lord major, &c., by Edw. Reynolds.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [Printed 1648] Questions extracted out of the ordinance of Parliament to be propounded to receivers of the Lords Supper. Answers whereunto may be easily gathered out of the scriptures by such as do desire to be admitted.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1652] Self-deniall opened and applyed in a sermon before the Reverend Assembly of Divines on a day of their private humiliation / by Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The peace of Jerusalem a sermon preached in the Parliament House, Jan. 9, 1656 : being a day of private humiliation kept by the members thereof / by Edward Reynolds.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1662] Preaching of Christ opened in a sermon preached at St. Peters Church in the city of Norwich at an ordination Septemb. 22, 1661 / by Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1663] The pastoral office opened in a visitation-sermon preached at Ipsvvich October 10, 1662. / by Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The misery of a deserted people opened in a sermon preached at Pauls before the Lord Major, aldermen, and Common-Councel, Decemb. 2, 1659, being a day of solemn humiliation by them appointed / by Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1638] Meditations on the holy sacrament of the Lords last Supper Written many yeares since by Edvvard Reynolds then fellow of Merton College in Oxford.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1677] Meditations on the fall and rising of St. Peter by Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The meanes and method of healing in the Church. Set forth in a sermon. Preached before the Right Honourable the House of Peers in Westminster Abby, April 30. 1660. being a day of solemn humiliation to seek God for his blessing on the counsels of the Parliament. By Edward Reynolds, D.D. and Dean of Christ-Church.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The Lords property in His redeemed people. Opened in a sermon at St. Pauls Church, London, Octob. 28. / By Edward Reynolds, D.D. and chaplain in ordinary to the Kings Majesty. Printed by the order of the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1645 i.e. 1649] Israels prayer in time of trouble with Gods gracious answer thereunto, or, An explication of the 14th chapter of the Prophet Hosea in seven sermons preached upon so many days of solemn humiliation / by Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1655] Joy in the Lord opened in a sermon preached at Pauls, May 6. / By Edward Reynolds, D.D.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1650] The humble proposals of sundry learned and pious divines within this kingdome concerning the engagement intended to be imposed on them for their subscriptions.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] Gods fidelity, the churches safety opened in a sermon preached before the lord major, aldermen, and common-councel, at Lawrence-Jury Church, on Wednesday Septem. 15, 1658 : being a day of humiliation by them appointed / by Edward Reynolds.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1632] An explication of the hundreth and tenth Psalme wherein the severall heads of Christian religion therein contained; touching the exaltation of Christ, the scepter of his kingdome, the character of his subjects, his priesthood, victories, sufferings, and resurrection, are largely explained and applied. Being the substance of severall sermons preached at Lincolns Inne; by Edward Reynoldes sometimes fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford, late preacher to the foresaid honorable society, and rector of the church of Braunston in Northhampton-shire.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1642] Evgenia's teares for Great Brittaynes distractions, or, Some slender observations reflecting on those sad times written by E.R.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] Divine efficacy without humane power. Opened in a sermon preached at St. Margarets Church in Westminster before the Right Honourable the House of Commons, June 28. 1660. Being the day of solemne thanksgiving for the happy return of the Kings Majesty. / By Edward Reynolds D.D. and chaplain in ordinary to his Majesty.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1658] The comfort and crown of great actions. In a sermon preached, Decemb. 4. 1657. Before the honorable East-India company. By Edward Reynolds, D.D.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The brand pluck'd out of the fire a sermon preached before the lord major, aldermen, and companies of London on Novemb. 5 at Pauls by Edward Reynolds.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1662] The churches triumph over death opend in a sermon preached Septemb. 11, 1660, at the funeral of the most religious and vertuous lady, the Lady Mary Langham / by Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The author and subject of healing in the church set forth in a sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Parliament of England at St. Margarets Church in Westminster, on Wednesday, April 25, 1660, being the day of their assembly / by Dr. Edward Reynolds ...
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1669] Annotations on the book of Ecclesiastes
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] Animalis homo concio Latine habita ad Academicos Oxonienses, nono die Octobris 1649 pro inchoando termino / authore Ed. Reynoldo.
Reynolds, Henry, fl. 1627-1632. / [1632] Mythomystes wherein a short suruay is taken of the nature and value of true poesy and depth of the ancients above our moderne poets. To which is annexed the tale of Narcissus briefly mythologized
Reynolds, John, d. 1693? / [1678] Vituli labiorum. Or, A thanksgiving sermon, in commemoration of our great deliverance from the horrid Powder-Plot, 1605 And also of Gods merciful discovery of a bloody conspiracy against His Majesties Person, and the Protestant religion, 1678. Both intended by the papists. Preached at St. Peter's, Exon, Nov. 5. 1678. In prosecution whereof the Churches persecutions, foreign and domestick, by the hands of popish votaries, ever since the Reformation, are briefly recapitulated. Their charge of novelty on our church and religion is retorted. The absurdity of many of their doctrines and principles, and how destructive unto civil government, is detected. By John Reynolds, M.A.
Reynolds, John, d. 1693? / [Dec. 6, 1693] A catalogue of curious books in divinity, history, physick, mathematicks, travels, voyages, &c. with other scarce and valuable books : being the library of ... Mr. John Reynolds, (lately deceased), will be sold by auction (or who bids most) at Guild-hall Coffee-house, by Guild-hall, on Wednesday the sixth day of this instant December, 1693, beginning at three a clock in the afternoon ... / by Joseph Shelton.
Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. / [1624] Vox cœli, or, Nevves from heaven Of a consultation there held by the high and mighty princes, King Hen.8. King Edw.6. Prince Henry. Queene Mary, Queene Elizabeth, and Queene Anne; wherein Spaines ambition and treacheries to most kingdomes and free estates in Europe, are vnmasked and truly represented, but more particularly towards England, and now more especially vnder the pretended match of Prince Charles, with the Infanta Dona Maria. Whereunto is annexed two letters written by Queene Mary from heauen, the one to Count Gondomar, the ambassadour of Spaine, the other to all the Romane Catholiques of England. Written by S.R.N.I.
Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. / [1624] Vox cœli, or Newes from heauen Of a consultation there held by the high and mighty princes, King Hen. 8. King Edw. 6. Prince Henry, Queene Mary, Queene Elizabeth, and Queene Anne, wherein Spaines ambition and trecheries to most kingdoms and free estates of Europe, are vnmasked and truly represented, but more particularly towards England, and now more especially vnder the pretended match of Prince Charles with the Infanta Dona Maria. VVherunto is annexed two letters written by Queene Mary from heauen, the one to Count Gondomar, the ambassadour of Spaine, the other to all the Romane Catholiques of England. Written by S.R.N.I.
Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. / [MD C XXIIII. 1624] Votivæ Angliæ: or The desires and vvishes of England Contayned in a patheticall discourse, presented to the King on New-yeares Day last. Wherein are vnfolded and represented, manie strong reasons, and true and solide motives, to perswade his Majestie to drawe his royall sword, for the restoring of the Pallatynat, and Electorat, to his sonne in lawe Prince Fredericke, to his onlie daughter the Ladie Elizabeth, and theyr princelie issue. Against the treacherous vsurpation, and formidable ambition and power of the Emperour, the King of Spayne, and the Duke of Bavaria, whoe unjustlie possesse and detayne the same. Together with some aphorismes returned (with a large interest) to the Pope in answer of his. Written by S.R.N.I.
Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. / [1654] The flovver of fidelity relating exactly the various adventures of three foraign princes, intermixed with variety of letters and pleasant sonnets / by John Reynolds ... author of that excellent historie entituled, God's revenge against murther.
Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. / [1635] The triumphs of Gods revenge against the crying and execrable sinne of (willfull and premeditated) murther VVith his miraculous discoveries, and severe punishments thereof. In thirtie severall tragicall histories (digested into sixe bookes) committed in divers countries beyond the seas, never published, or imprinted in any other language. Histories which containe great varietie of mournfull and memorable accidents ... With a table of all the severall letters and challenges, contained in the whole sixe bookes. Written by Iohn Reynolds.
Reynolds, John, fl. 1621-1650. / [1606] Dolarnys primerose. Or the first part of the passionate hermit wherein is expressed the liuely passions of zeale and loue, with an alluding discourse to valours ghost. Both pleasant and profitable, if iudiciously read, and rightly vnderstood. Written by a practitioner in poesie, and a stranger among poets, which causeth him dread this sentence: Nihil ad parmenonis suem.
Reynolds, John, of Kings-Norton. / [1669] A discourse upon prodigious abstinence occasioned by the twelve moneths fasting of Martha Taylor, the famed Derbyshire damosell : proving that without any miracle, the texture of humane bodies may be so altered, that life may be long continued without the supplies of meat & drink : with an account of the heart, and how far it is interessed in the business of fermentation / by John Reynolds ...