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Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692, defendant. / [1670] The second part of the Peoples antient and just liberties asserted in the proceedings against, and tryals of Tho. Rudyard, Francis Moor, Rich. Mew, Rich. Mayfeild, Rich. Knowlman, Gilbert Hutton, Job Boulton, Rich. Thornton, Charles Banister, John Boulton, and William Bayly : at the sessions begun and held at the Old-Bailey in London the last day of the 6th moneth, and there continued till the 7th day of the 7th moneth next following, in the year 1670, against the arbitrary procedure of that court, and justices there : wherein their oppression and injustice are manifested, their wickedness and corruption detected, and the jury-mans duty laid open.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [Iuly 18, 1642] A worthy speech spoken in the honourable House of Commons by Sir Benjamin Rudyard, this present July, 1642
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] The speech of that worthy Knight, Sir Beniamin Rudierd, spoken in Parliament concerning the placing of good and able divines in parishes miserably destitute of instruction, through want of maintenance, and confirmed by the testimonies of three judicious, and learned men.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] Two speeches by Sir Beniamin Rudyard concerning the Palatinate
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [Iuly 2, 1641] A speech delivered in Parliament by Sir Benjamin Rudyard
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] A speech concerning a West Indie association, at a committee of the whole House in the Parliament, 21, Jacobi by Sir Benjamin Rudyerd.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1643] Sir Benjamin Rudyerd his speech in the High Court of Parliament the 17. of February, for a speedy treaty of peace with His Majestie.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] Sir Beniamin Rudyard his learned speech in Parliament on Wednesday being the twenty ninth day of December 1641 concerning the treatie with the Scottish commissioners about the Irish affairs : vvith the letts [sic] and impediments that have hindred the proceedings of the Parliament therein : as also the removeall of the papists from court and all popish officers from severall places of imployment within this kingdome.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1642] Sir Benjamin Rudyerd his speech for propositions of peace to be sent to His Majestie: spoken in the high court of Parliament.
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1641] Sir Beniamin Rvdyerds speech concerning bishops, deanes and chapters at a committee of the whole House
Rudyerd, Benjamin, Sir, 1572-1658. / [1628] Sir Beniamin Ruddierd's speach in behalfe of the cleargy
Ruggle, George, 1575-1622. / [1630] Ignoramus Comœdia coram Regia Maiestate Iacobi Regis Angliæ. &c.
Ruggle, George, 1575-1622. / [1662] Ignoramus a comedy as it was several times acted with extraordinary applause before the Majesty of King James : with a supplement which, out of respect to the students of the common law, was hitherto wanting / written in Latine by R. Ruggles ... ; and translated into English by R. C. ...
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1692] A vindication of the Presbyterians in Scotland, from the malicious aspersions cast upon them in a late pamphlet, written by Sir George Mackenzie late Lord Advocate there, intituled, A vindication of the government in Scotland during the reign of King Charles II, &c. by a lover of truth.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1691] A vindication of the Church of Scotland being an answer to five pamphlets, the titles of which are set down after the preface / by the author of the former vindication in answer to ten questions.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1695] Two sermons preached at the meeting of the council of George Heriot's hospital at Edinburgh
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1691] A vindication of the Church of Scotland being an answer to a paper, intituled, Some questions concerning Episcopal and Presbyterial government in Scotland : wherein the latter is vindicated from the arguments and calumnies of that author, and the former is made appear to be a stranger in that nation/ by a minister of the Church of Scotland, as it is now established by law.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1690] A sermon preached before His Grace the Kings Commissioner, at the three estates of Parliament, May the 25th, 1690 By Gilbert Rule minister of the Gospel at Edinburgh.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1690] A true representation of Presbyterian government wherein a short and clear account is given of the principles of them that owne it, the common objections against it answered, and some other things opened that concern it in the present circumstances / by a friend to that interest.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1689] A rational defence of non-conformity wherein the practice of nonconformists is vindicated from promoting popery, and ruining the church, imputed to them by Dr. Stillingfleet in his Unreasonableness of separation : also his arguments from the principles and way of the reformers, and first dissenters are answered : and the case of the present separation, truly stated, and the blame of it laid where it ought to be : and the way to union among Protestants is pointed at / by Gilbert Rule ...
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1697] The good old way defended against the attempts of A.M. D.D. in his book called, An enquiry into the new opinions, (chiefly) propogated by the Presbyterians of Scotland : wherein the divine right of the government of the church by Presbyters acting in parity, is asserted, and the pretended divine right of the hierarchie is disproved, the antiquity of parity and novelty of Episcopacy as now pleaded for, are made manifest from scriptural arguments, and the testimony of the antient writers of the Christian-church, and the groundless and unreasonable confidence of some prelatick writers exposed : also, the debates about holy-days, schism, the church-government used among the first Scots Christians, and what else the enquirer chargeth us with, are clearly stated, and the truth in all these maintained against him : likewise, some animadversions on a book called The fundamental charter of Presbytery, in so far as it misrepresenteth the principles and way of our first reformers from popery, where the controversie about superintendents is fully handled, and the necessity which led our ancestors into that course for that time is discoursed / by Gilbert Rule ...
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1693] A just and modest reproof of a pamphlet called The Scotch Presbyterian eloquence
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1694] A defence of The vindication of the Church of Scotland in answer to An apology of the clergy of Scotland.
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [Anno Dom. 1696] The Cyprianick-Bishop examined, and found not to be a diocesan, nor to have superior power to a parish minister, or Presbyterian moderator being an answer to J.S. his Principles of the Cyprianick-age, with regard to episcopal power & jurisdiction : together with an appendix, in answer to a railing preface to a book, entituled, The fundamental charter of presbytery / by Gilbert Rule ...
Rule, Gilbert, 1629?-1701. / [1680] An answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's Irenicum by a learned pen.
Rumbold, Richard, 1622?-1685. / [1685] The last words of Coll. Richard Rumbold, Mad. Alicia Lisle, Alderman Henry Cornish, and Mr.Richard Nelthrop who were executed in England and Scotland for high treason in the year 1685.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [November 13. 1643] Prince Ruperts cruell vvarrant
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [Septemb. 21, 1641] Prince Robert his speech to the Earle of Essex the morning before hee marched forth with his forces and his excellences answer thereunto : also the manner of his marching out with his forces from Northampton on Munday Sept. 19 and the numer thereof : likewise the manner of the disarming of the papists and ill-affected persons in Lincolnshire, by the Earl of Lincoln and gentry of the county, and causing them to subscribe for money and horse for the King and Parliament with the like proceedings in Yorkshire.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1673] His Highness Prince Rupert's letter to the Earl of Arlington, His Majesties principal secretary of state from on board the Royal Charles off the Osterbank, the XXIXth of May, 1673, distant from East Capel Seven Leagues, at one of the clock afternoon, the wind s.s.w.
Rupert, Prince, Count Palatine, 1619-1682. / [1643] The copy of a vvarrant under Prince Kuperts [sic] hand to the officers of the Hundred of Winnershly in the county of Northampton.
Ruscelli, Girolamo, d. ca. 1565. / [1569] A verye excellent and profitable booke conteining sixe hundred foure score and odde experienced medicines apperteyning unto phisick and surgerie, long tyme practysed of the expert and Reuerend Mayster Alexis, which he termeth the fourth and finall booke of his secretes ... Translated out of Italian into Englishe by Richard Androse.
Ruscelli, Girolamo, d. ca. 1565. / [Anno domini. M.D.lx. 1560] The seconde part of the Secretes of Master Alexis of Piemont by hym collected out of diuers excellent authours, and newly translated out of Frenche into Englishe, with a generall table, of all the matters conteined in the saied boke. By William Warde.
Ruscelli, Girolamo, d. ca. 1565. / [1562] The thyrde and last parte of the Secretes of the reuerende Maister Alexis of Piemont, by him collected out of diuers excellent authours, with a necessary table in the ende, conteyning all the matters treated of in this present worke. Englished by Wyllyam Warde
Ruscelli, Girolamo, d. ca. 1565. / [Anno. 1558. mens. Nouemb] The secretes of the reuerende Maister Alexis of Piemount Containyng excellent remedies against diuers diseases, woundes, and other accidents, with the manner to make distillations, parfumes, confitures, diynges, colours, fusions and meltynges. ... Translated out of Frenche into Englishe, by Wyllyam Warde.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [1647] A vindication of the army under the command of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax concerning a pamphlet lately printed and published, intituled, Heads presented by the army to the Kings Majesty.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [1648] A true relation of the surrendring of Colchester to his Excellency the Lord Generall Fairfax. As it was sent in a letter to the Honourable William Lenthal, Esquire, speaker of the Honourable House of Commons.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [Sept. 13. 1645] A true relation of the storming Bristoll, and the taking the town, castle, forts, ordnance, ammunition and arms, by Sir Thomas Fairfax's army, on Thursday the 11. of this instant Septemb. 1645. Together with severall articles between Prince Rupert, and Generall Fairfax, before the delivering up of the castle. Sent in severall letters to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, and read in the said House. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this relation with the articles, beforthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [Octob. 23. 1645] The taking of Tiverton, with the castle, church, and fort, by Sir Thomas Fairfax, on the Lords-day last, Octob. 19. 1645. Wherein was taken Colonel Sir Gilbert Talbot, the governour. Major Sadler, major to Col. Talbot. 20. officers of note. 200. common souldiers. Foure peece of ordnance. 500. armes, with store of ammunition, provision, and treasure. Also the severall defeats given to Goring, by his Excellency, and all Gorings forces fled before him. Published according to order.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [1645] A true relation concerning the late fight at Torrington between the forces under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the forces under the command of Lord Hopton and others : sent in a letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq., speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, and by him appointed to be forthwith printed and published.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [March 7. 1645. i.e. 1646] Sir Thomas Fairfax's proceedings in the vvest against the enemy since he advanced to Bodman in Cornvval sent to the Honoble William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons. Wherein is a list of the names of the Lord Mohuns and divers other persons of quality of that county that are come in to the Parliament. Together with the Cornish petition to Sir Tho: Fairfax, for their acceptance to joyn with him in this cause. Also a summons sent to the Lord Hopton. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and petition be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [March 18. 1645. i.e. 1646] A more full and exact relation (being the third letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons) of the several treaties between Sir Tho. Fairfax and Sir Ralph Hopton, and of his coming into the Parliament. Together with the coming in of the gentry of that county to Sir Thomas, and the taking of Saint Mawes, the principle fort of Pendennis Castle. Which letter was read in the House of Commons. 17. Martii. 1645. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [October 23. 1645] A letter sent to the Honorable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, concerning the miraculous taking of Tiverton-Castle with the church
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [October 23. 1645] A letter sent to the Honorable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, concerning the miraculous taking of Tiverton-Castle with the church
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [June 3. 1648] A letter sent to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, of the fight between His Excellency's the Lord Fairfax forces at Maidstone, and the Kentish forces, June 1. 1648. Printed by the command of William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [July 17. 1648] A letter sent to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons, of the late fight at Colchester, and, how the suburbs of the said town were fired by the Lord Goring, Lord Capel, Sir Charls Lucas, and the rest of the enemy. Printed by the command of the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [March 7. 1645. i.e. 1646] A letter sent to the Honoble William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons Concerning Sir Tho: Fairfax's gallant proceedings in Cornwal, since his advance from Torrington and Launceston to Bodman, where they have taken divers prisoners, and Prince Charls driven into Pendennis-Castle. Appointed by the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; to be forthwith printed and published.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [March 12, 1645 1646] A letter sent to the Hono[ra]ble William Lenthal Esq. speaker of the Honorable House of Commons : concerning Sir Thomas Fairfax's rovting of the enemy in the West, neer Bodman, March 8, 1645 : together with the Lord Hoptons answer to Sir Thomas Fairfax's summons.
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [1659] Historical collections of private passages of state Weighty matters in law. Remarkable proceedings in five Parliaments. Beginning the sixteenth year of King James, anno 1618. And ending the fifth year of King Charls, anno 1629. Digested in order of time, and now published by John Rushworth of Lincolns-Inn, Esq;
Rushworth, John, 1612?-1690. / [July 7. 1648] 5 Iulii, 11 at night. A letter from the Leaguer before Colchester, sent to the Honorable Committee at Derby-House, of the great fight between his Excellency the Lord Fairfax, and the forces in Colchester. Ordered by the said Committee, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Gualther Frost, Secr'
Russell, John, d. 1688. / [1628] The spy discovering the danger of Arminian heresie and Spanish trecherie: written by I.R.
Russell, John, d. 1688. / [1633?] An elegie upon the death of the most illustrious and victorious Prince Gustavus Adolphus King of Swethland &c. Composed immediately after the first rumours of his death, and now published and dedicated to the memoriall of so renouned a prince.
Russell, Thomas. / [1626] To the Kings most excellent Maiestie, the Lords spirituall and temporall, and the Commons in this present Parliament assembled, the humble petition of Thomas Russell, Esquire
Russell, William, 1634-1696? / [M DC LXXXIV. 1684] A physical treatise grounded, not upon tradition, nor phancy, but experience, consisting of three parts. The first, a manuduction, discovering the true foundation of the art of medicine. Second, an explanation of the general natures of diseases. Third, a proof of the former positions by practice. By William Russell, chymist in ordinary to His Majesty.
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The last speech & behaviour of William, late Lord Russel, upon the scaffold in Lincolns-Inne-Fields, a little before his execution, on Saturday, July 21, 1683 being condemned for high-treason in conspiring the death of the King, and the subversion of the government &c. : together with the paper delivered by him to the sheriffs, and signed with his own hand : also the last speeches, behaviour, and prayers of Capt. Thomas Walcot, John Rouse Gent., & William Hone, joyner, a little before their execution at Tyburn, on Friday the 20th of July, 1683, being condemned for hihg-treason in conspiring &c.
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] The last legacy, or, Affectionate and pious exhortation, and admonitions of the late William Lord Russel, to his vertuous lady, and dear children, summed up by him during his confinement, and left them for their advantage after his death, and for the good of all Christian families
Russell, William, Lord, 1639-1683. / [1683] An exact account of the procedings [sic] at the Old-Bayly this July the 13, 1683 with a true survey of the tryal of the Lord Russel, John Rouse, William Hone joyner, Capt. William Blage who were indicted for high treason in conspiring the Kings death, and raising arms to subvert the goverment [sic] and alter the religeion [sic], and conpsreing [sic] the death of his royal brother James Duke of York : the Lord Ruslel [sic], John Rouse, William Hone, and one Captain Thomas Walcot, being all 4 condem'd to be hang'd, drawn and quarter'd.
Russia. Sovereign (1682-1696 : Ivan V) / [1689] A declaration of the czaars [sic] of Muscovy against the French King, in favour of the poor Protestants distress in this present persecution obtained for them by the intercession of his Electoral Highness the Marquess of Brandenburg.
Rust, George, d. 1670. / [1677] Two discourses; viz. A discourse of truth. By the late Reverend Dr. Rust, Lord Bishop of Dromore in the Kingdom of Ireland. The way of happiness and salvation. By Joseph Glanvil, chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty
Rust, George, d. 1670. / [1668] A funeral sermon preached at the obsequies of the right reverend father in God, Jeremy, Lord Bishop of Down who deceased at Lysburne August 13th, 1667 / by Dr. George Rust.
Rust, George, d. 1670. / [1683] A discourse of the use of reason in matters of religion shewing that Christianity contains nothing repugnant to right reason, against enthusiasts and deists / written in Latin by the Reverend Dr. Rust ; and translated into English, with annotations upon it by Hen. Hallywell.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1652] The tryal & triumph of faith: or, An exposition of the history of Christs dispossessing of the daughter of the woman of Canaan Delivered in sermons; in which are opened, the victory of faith; the condition of those that are tempted; the excellency of Jesus Christ and free-grace; and some speciall grounds and principles of libertinisme and antinomian errors, discovered by Samuel Rutherfurd, professor of divinity in the University of St. Andrews. Published by authority.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1657 i.e. 1656] A treatise of civil policy: being a resolution of forty three questions concerning prerogative, right and priviledge, in reference to the supream prince and the people. / By Samuel Rutherford professor of divintiy of St Andrews in Scotland.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1658] A survey of the Survey of that summe of church-discipline penned by Mr. Thomas Hooker ... wherein the way of the churches of N. England is now re-examined ... / by Samuel Rutherfurd ...
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1648] A survey of the spirituall antichrist opening the secrets of familisme and antinomianisme in the antichristian doctrine of John Saltmarsh and Will. Del, the present preachers of the army now in England, and of Robert Town, by Samuel Rutherfurd ...
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1644] A sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1644 by Samuel Rutherfurd.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1645] A sermon preached before the Right Honorable House of Lords, in the Abbey Church at Westminster, Wednesday the 25. day of Iune, 1645. Being the day appointed for a solemne and publique humiliation. / By Samuel Rutherfurd Professor of Divinitie at St. Andrews.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1642] A peaceable and temperate plea for Pauls presbyterie in Scotland, or, A modest and brotherly dispute of the government of the Church of Scotland wherein our discipline is demonstrated to be the true apostolick way of divine truth, and the arguments on the contrary are friendly dissolved, the grounds of separation and the indepencie [sic] of particular congregations, in defence of ecclesiasticall presbyteries, synods, and assemblies, are examined and tryed / by Samuell Rutherfurd ...
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [Octob. 7, 1644] Lex, rex The law and the prince : a dispute for the just prerogative of king and people : containing the reasons and causes of the most necessary defensive wars of the kingdom of Scotland and of their expedition for the ayd and help of their dear brethren of England : in which their innocency is asserted and a full answer is given to a seditious pamphlet intituled Sacro-sancta regum majestas, or, The sacred and royall prerogative of Christian kings, under the name of J. A. but penned by Jo. Maxwell the excommunicate P. Prelat. : with a scripturall confutation of the ruinous grounds of W. Barclay, H. Grotius, H. Arnisœus, Ant. de Domi P. Bishop of Spalata, and of other late anti-magistratical royalists, as the author of Ossorianum, D. Fern, E. Symmons, the doctors of Aberdeen, &c. : in XLIV questions.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1664] Joshua redivivus, or, Mr. Rutherfoord's letters divided into two parts, the first, containing these which were written from Aberdeen, where he was confined by a sentence of the high commission ... partly on account of his non-conformance : the second, containing some which were written from Anwoth ... / now published for the use of all the people of God ... by a wellwisher to the work & people of God.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [MDCIL. 1649] A free disputation against pretended liberty of conscience tending to resolve doubts moved by Mr. John Goodwin, John Baptist, Dr. Jer. Taylor, the Belgick Arminians, Socinians, and other authors contending for lawlesse liberty, or licentious toleration of sects and heresies. / By Samuel Rutherfurd professor of divinity in the University of St. Andrews.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1659] Influences of the life of grace. Or, A practical treatise concerning the way, manner, and means of having and improving of spiritual dispositions, and quickning influences from Christ the resurrection and the life. By Samuel Rutherfurd, Professor of Divinity in the Vniversity of St. Andrews in Scotland.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1644] The due right of presbyteries, or, A peaceable plea for the government of the Church of Scotland ... by Samuel Rutherfurd ...
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [MDCXLVI. 1646] The divine right of church-government and excommunication: or a peacable dispute for the perfection of the holy scripture in point of ceremonies and church government; in which the removal of the Service-book is justifi'd, the six books of Tho: Erastus against excommunication are briefly examin'd; with a vindication of that eminent divine Theod: Beza against the aspersions of Erastus, the arguments of Mr. William Pryn, Rich: Hooker, Dr. Morton, Dr. Jackson, Dr. John Forbes, and the doctors of Aberdeen; touching will-worship, ceremonies, imagery, idolatry, things indifferent, an ambulatory government; the due and just powers of the magistrate in matters of religion, and the arguments of Mr. Pryn, in so far as they side with Erastus, are modestly discussed. To which is added, a brief tractate of scandal ... / By Samuel Rutherfurd, Professor of Divinity in the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Published by authority.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1655] The covenant of life opened, or, A treatise of the covenant of grace containing something of the nature of the covenant of works, the soveraignty of God, the extent of the death of Christ ... the covenant of grace ... of surety or redemption between the by Samuel Rutherford ...
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1647] Christ dying and drawing sinners to himself, or, A survey of our Saviour in his soule-suffering, his lovelynesse in his death, and the efficacie thereof in which some cases of soule-trouble in weeke beleevers ... are opened ... delivered in sermons on the Evangel according to S. John Chap. XII, vers. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 ... / by Samuel Rutherford.
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [ca. 1660] Christs napkin: or, A sermon preached in Kirkcubright at the Communion, May 12. 1633. By that flower of the Church; famous, famous, Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd. Never before printed
Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [ca. 1660] Christ and the doves heavenly salutations, with their pleasant conference together: or A sermon before the communion in Anwoth. Anno 1630. By that flour of the Church, Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd
Ruthven, Patrick Ruthven, Lord, d. 1566. / [1699] A relation of the death of David Rizzi chief favorite to Mary Stuart Queen of Scotland; who was killed in the apartment of the said Queen on the 9th of March 1565. Written by the Lord Ruthen [sic], one of the principal persons concerned in that action. Published from an original manuscript. Together with an account of David Rizzi, faithfully translated from Geo. Buchanan's History of Scotland.
Rutland, John Manners, Duke of, 1638-1711. / [1660] A true and perfect copy of the Lord Roos his answer to the Marquesse of Dorchester's Letter written the 25 of February 1659
Rutland, John Manners, Duke of, 1638-1711. / [1660] A true and perfect copy of the Lord Roos his answer to the Marquesse of Dorchester's letter written the 25 of February 1659