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Sibbald, James, 1590?-1650? / [1649] The manner of the beheading of Duke Hambleton, the Earle of Holland, and the Lord Capell, in the pallace yard at Westminster, on Friday the 9th of March 1648 with the substance of their several speeches upon the scaffold, immediately before they were beheaded.
Sibbald, James, 1590?-1650? / [1658] Diverse select sermons upon severall texts of holy scripture preached by that reverend and faithfull servant of Jesus Christ, D. James Sibald ...
Sibbald, Robert, Sir, 1641-1722. / [1684] Scotland illustrated, or, An essay of natural history in which are exquisitely displayed the nature of the country, the dispositions and manners of the inhabitants, and the various diseases incident to them, and likewise their proper method of cure resulting from their native medicines : and the manifold productions of nature in its three-fold kingdom, (viz.) vegetable, animal and mineral, dispersed throughout the northern part of Great Brittain, which makes up the most ancient kingdom of Scotland, are now exactly collected and published together, and their various uses, (especialy medicinal and mechanical, for the necessity as well as the accommodation of life) : clearly laid open to all : illustrated with near fifty copper plates, being the work of twenty years / published by the command of the Most Illustrious Monarch Charles II, King of Great Britain, &c. by Sir R. Sibbald ...
Sibbald, Robert, Sir, 1641-1722. / [Anno 1682] Advertisement Whereas his sacred Majesty, by his patent, hath constituted Sir Robert Sibbald, one of his physicians in ordinary, his geographer for his kingdom of Scotland, and commandeth and ordaineth him to publish the description of the Scotia antiqua & Scotia moderna, and the natural history of the products of his ancient kingdom of Scotland...
Sibbald, Robert, Sir, 1641-1722. / [1683] An account of the Scotish atlas, or, The description of Scotland ancient & modern by His Sacred Majestie's special command to be published presently by Sir Robert Sibbald D.M. His Majestie's physician in ordinary, and geographer for his ancient kingdom of Scotland.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1639] Two sermons: preached by that faithfull and reverend divine, Richard Sibbes, D.D. and sometimes preacher to the honorable society of Grayes Inne; and master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] Yea and amen: or, pretious promises, and priviledges Spiritually unfolded in their nature and vse. Driving at the assurance and establishing of weak beleevers. By R. Sibbs D.D. master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge, and preacher of Grayes Inne London. Reviewed by himselfe in his life time, and since perused by T.G. and P.N.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1636] Tvvo sermons vpon the first words of Christs last sermon Iohn XIIII. I. Being also the last sermons of Richard Sibbs D.D. Preached to the honourable society of Grayes Inne, Iune the 21. and 28. 1635. Who the next Lords day follwing, died, and rested from all his labours
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1637] The spirituall-mans aime guiding a Christian in his affections and actions, through the sundry passages of this life, so that Gods glory, and his owne salvation may be the maine end of all / by the faithfull and reverend divine, R. Sibbes ... ; published by T.G. and P.N.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1640] The spirituall favorite at the throne of grace. By the late learned, and reverend divine Richard Sibbs Doctor in Divinity. Published by the authors owne appointment, subscribed with his hand; to prevent unperfect copies
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1635] The soules conflict with it selfe, and victory over it self by faith a treatise of the inward disquietments of distressed spirits, with comfortable remedies to establish them / by R. Sibbs ...
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1633 i.e. 1634] The saints safetie in evill times Delivered at St Maries in Cambridge the fift of November, upon occasion of the Povvder-Plot. Whereunto is annexed a passion-sermon, preached at Mercers Chappel London upon Good-Friday. As also the happinesse of enjoying Christ laid open at the funerall of Mr Sherland late recorder of Northampton. Together with the most vertuous life and heavenly end of that religious gentleman. By R. Sibbes D.D. master of Katherine-Hall in Cambridge, and preacher at Grayes-Inne London.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] The saints priuiledge or A Christians constant advocate Containing a short, but most sweet direction for every true Christian to vvalke comfortably through the valley of teares. By the faithfull and reverend divine, R. Sibs, D.D. and sometimes preacher to the honourable society of Grayes Inne.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] A miracle of miracles or Christ in our nature Wherein is contained the vvonderfull conception, birth, and life of Christ, who in the fulnesse of time became man to satisfie divine iustice, and to make reconciliation betweene God and man. Preached to the honourable society of Grayes Inne, by that godly and faithfull minister of Iesus Christ, Richard Sibbes. D.D.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] The riches of mercie In two treatises: 1 Lydia's conversion. 2. A rescue from death. By the late learned, and reverend divine, Richard Sibbs, Doctor in Divinitie. Published by the authors own appointment, and subscribed with his owne hand to prevent imperfect copies.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] Light from heaven discovering the fountaine opened. Angels acclamations. Churches riches. Rich povertie. In foure treatises. By the late learned and reverend divine, Rich. Sibs, Doctor in Divinitie, Master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher at Grayes-Inne. Published according to the authors owne appointment, subscribed with his hand; to prevent imperfect copies.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1655] A learned commentary or exposition: upon the first chapter of the second Epistle of S. Paul to the Corinthians Being the substance of many sermons formerly preached at Grayes-Inne, London, by that reverend and judicious divine, Richard Sibbs, D.D. Sometimes Master of Catherine-Hall in Cambridge, and preacher to that honourable society. Published for the publick good and benefit of the Church of Christ. By Tho. Manton, B.D. and preacher of the Gospel at Stoake-Newington, near London.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1654] A heavenly conference between Christ and Mary after His resurrection. Wherein the intimate familiarity, and near relation between Christ and a believer is discovered.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1650] The glorious feast of the Gospel. Or, Christs gracious invitation and royall entertainment of believers. Wherein amongst other things these comfortable doctrines are spiritually handled: Viz. 1. The marriage feast between Christ and his Church. 2. The vaile of ignorance and unbeliefe removed. 3. Christs conquest over death. 4. The wiping away of teares from the faces of Gods people. 5. The taking away of their reproaches. 6. The precious promises of God, and their certaine performance. 7. The divine authority of the holy scriptures. 8. The duty and comfort of waiting upon God. / Delivered in divers sermons upon Isai.25 chap.6,7,8,9 verses, by the late reverend, learned and faithfull minister of the Gospell, Richard Sibbs, D.D. Master of Katharine-Hall in Cambridge, and preacher at Grayes-Inne, London. Perused by those that were instructed to revise his writings.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] A glance of Heaven, or, A pretious taste of a glorious feast wherein thou mayst taste and see those things which God hath prepared for them that love him / By R. Sibs ...
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1637] A fountain sealed: or, The duty of the sealed to the Spirit, and the worke of the Spirit in sealing Wherein many things are handled about the Holy Spirit, and grieving of it: as also of assurance and sealing what it is, the priviledges and degrees of it, with the signes to discerne, and meanes to preserve it. Being the substance of divers sermons preached at Grayes Inne. By that reverend divine, Richard Sibbes, D.D. and sometimes preacher to that honourable society.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1639] An exposition of the third chapter of the Epistle of St. Paul to the Philippians also two sermons of Christian watchfulnesse. The first upon Luke 12 37. The second upon Revel. 16.15. An exposition of part of the second chapter of the Epistle to the Philipp. A sermon upon Mal. 4. 2.3. By the late reverend divine Richard Sibbes, D.D. master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher at Grayes-Inne.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1639] The excellencie of the Gospell above the law Wherein the liberty of the sonnes of God is shewed. With the image of their graces here, and glory hereafter. Which affords much comfort and great incouragement, to all such as begin timely, and continue constantly in the wayes of God. By R. Sibbs, D.D. Mr. of Katherin Hall Cambridge, and preacher of Grayes-Inne, London. Begun in his life time, and published by T.G. and P.N.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1640] Evangelicall sacrifices In xix. sermons. I. Thankfull commemorations for Gods mercy in our great deliverance from the papists powder-plot. 2. The successefull seeker. 3. Faith triumphant. 4. Speciall preparations to fit us for our latter end in foure funerall sermons. 5. The faithfull covenanter. 6. The demand of a good conscience. 7. The sword of the wicked. By the late learned and reverend divine, Rich. Sibbs. Doctor in Divinity, Mr. of Katherine Hall in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher to the honourable society of Grayes-Inne. The third tome. Published and perused by D. Sibbs owne appointment, subscribed with his hand to prevent imperfect copies after his decease.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1641] A consolatory letter to an afflicted conscience full of pious admonitions and divine instructions / written by that famous divine, Doctor Sibes ...
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1637] The Christians portion Wherein is unfolded the unsearchable riches he hath by his interest in Christ. Whom injoying hee possesseth all things else. By R. Sibbs D.D. and preacher to the honorable society of Grayes-Inne, and master of Catherine Hall in Cambridge. Published by T.G. and P.N.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] Divine meditations and holy contemplations. By that reverende divine R. Sibbes D.D. Master of Catherine Hall in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher of Grayes Inne in London
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1639] Christs exaltation purchast by humiliation Wherein you may see mercy and misery meete together. Very vsefull I. For instructing the ignorant. II. For comforting the weake. III. For confirming the strong. By R. Sibbs D.D. and preacher of Grayes-Inne, London. Published by T.G. and P.N.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1630] The bruised reede, and smoaking flax Some sermons contracted out of the 12. of Matth. 20. At the desire, and for the good of weaker Christians. By R. Sibbes. D.D.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1639] The Christians end. Or, The sweet soveraignty of Christ, over his members in life and death VVherein is contained the whole scope of the godly mans life, with divers rules, motives and incouragements, to live and die to Iesus Christ. Being the substance of five sermons preached to the honorable society of Grayes Inne, by that learned and faithfull minister of Gods Word, Richard Sibbes, D.D. and sometimes preacher to that honorable societie.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1638] The brides longing for her bride-groomes second comming A sermon preached at the funerall of the right worshipfull, Sir Thomas Crevv, knight, sergeant at law to his maiestie. By the late learned and reverend divine, Rich. Sibs.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [1639] A breathing after God. Or a Christians desire of Gods presence. By the late reverent and worthy divine Richard Sibs, Doctor in Divinity, master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge, and sometime preacher of Graies-Inne
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [MDCXXXIX. 1639] Bovvels opened, or, A discovery of the neere and deere love, union and communion betwixt Christ and the Church, and consequently betwixt Him and every beleeving soule Delivered in divers sermons on the fourth fifth and sixt chapters of the Canticles. By that reverend and faithfull minister of the Word, Doctor Sibs, late preacher unto the honourable societie of Grayes Inne, and Master of Katharine Hall in Cambridge. Being in part finished by his owne pen in his life time, and the rest of them perused and corrected by those whom he intrusted with the publishing of his works.
Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635. / [MDCXXXIX. 1639] Beames of divine light breaking forth from severall places of holy Scripture, as they were learnedly opened, in XXI. sermons. The III. first being the fore-going sermons to that treatise called The bruised-reed, preached on the precedent words. By the late reverend and iudicious divine, Richard Sibs, D.D. Mr. of Katharine Hall in Camb: and sometimes preacher at Grayes Inne. Published according to the Doctor his owne appointment subscribed with his hand; to prevent imperfect coppies.
Sibelius, Caspar, 1590-1658. / [1650] Of the conversion of five thousand and nine hundred East-Indians, in the isle Formosa, neere China to the profession of the true God, in Jesus Christ : by meanes of M. Ro, Junius, a minister lately in Delph in Holland / related by ... M. C. Sibellius ... in a Latine letter ; translated ... by H. Jessei ... ; with a post-script of the Gospels good sucesse also amongst the VVest-Indians, in New England.
Sibscota, George. / [1670] The deaf and dumb man's discourse. Or A treatise concerning those that are born deaf and dumb containing a discovery of their knowledge or understanding; as also the method they use, to manifest the sentiments of their mind. Together with an additional tract of the reason and speech of inanimate creatures. By Geo. Sibscota.
Sibthorp, Christopher, Sir, d. 1632. / [1622] A friendly advertisement to the pretended Catholickes of Ireland declaring, for their satisfaction; that both the Kings supremacie, and the faith whereof his Majestie is the defender, are consonant to the doctrine delivered in the holy Scriptures, and writings of the ancient fathers. And consequently, that the lawes and statutes enacted in that behalfe, are dutifully to be observed by all his Majesties subjects within that kingdome. By Christopher Sibthorp, Knight, one of his Maiesties iustices of his court of chiefe place in Ireland. In the end whereof, is added an epistle written to the author, by the Reverend Father in God, Iames Vssher Bishop of Meath: wherein it is further manifested, that the religion anciently professed in Ireland is, for substance, the same with that, which at this day is by publick authoritie established therein.
Sictor, Jan, 1593-1652. / [1648] Epitaphium honorabilis & prudentissimi viri, domini Johannis Warneri celeberrimæ Reipublicæ Londinensis prætoris, patris patriæ optimi, in ipso exitu magistratûs, anno Christi 1648 nocte præcedente diem 28 Octobris, piè mortui, & 16 Novembris solemniter sepulti.
Sictor, Jan, 1593-1652. / [1652?] Epitaphium honorabilis & consultissimi viri, domini Nathanaelis Brent, equitis aurati, juris civilis doctoris ... / Joh. Sictor ...
Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683. / [1683] The very copy of a paper delivered to the sheriffs upon the scaffold on Tower-Hill, on Friday Decemb. 7, 1683 by Algernoon Sidney, Esq., before his execution there
Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683. / [1683] To the King's most excellent Majesty. The humble petition of Algernoon Sidney, Esq
Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683. / [1698] Discourses concerning government by Algernon Sidney ... ; published from an original manuscript of the author.
Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683. / [1689] A copy of a prophecy, sent to the late honourable Algernoon Sydney Esq; in the year 1666. from Montpelliers to B. Furly of Rotterdam, and by him accidentally found among old papers, Febr. 18/28. 1689.
Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683, defendant. / [1684] The arraignment, tryal & condemnation of Algernon Sidney, Esq. for high-treason ... before the Right Honourable Sir George Jeffreys ... Lord Chief Justice of England at His Majesties Court of Kingsbench at Westminster on the 7th, 21th and 27th of November, 1683
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586. / [Anno Domini. 1591] Syr P.S. His Astrophel and Stella Wherein the excellence of sweete poesie is concluded. To the end of which are added, sundry other rare sonnets of diuers noble men and gentlemen.
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586. / [Anno Domini. 1593] The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia. Written by Sir Philip Sidney Knight. Now since the first edition augmented and ended
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586. / [Anno. 1595] An apologie for poetrie. VVritten by the right noble, vertuous, and learned, Sir Phillip Sidney, Knight
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586. / [Anno Domini, 1590] The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia, written by Sir Philippe Sidnei
Sikes, George. / [1698] A wakening call, or, An alarm from heaven to the wise and foolish virgins wherein the vices of this age is laid open and bewail'd, the sublety of Satan discover'd in his temptations in several particulars ... : likewise there is discovered the nature of regeneration or the new birth, in several particulars ... / from a minister in the country to a minister in the city for the publication.
Sikes, George. / [1662] The life and death of Sir Henry Vane, Kt., or, A short narrative of the main passages of his earthly pilgrimage together with a true account of his purely Christian, peaceable, spiritual, gospel-principles, doctrine, life and way of worshipping God, for which he suffered contradiction and reproach from all sorts of sinners, and at last, a violent death, June 14. Anno, 1662 : to which is added, his last exhortation to his children, the day before his death.
Sikes, George. / [1680] An exposition of Ecclesiastes, or, The preacher
Sikes, George. / [Printed in the yeer 1667] The book of nature translated and epitomiz'd. By George Sikes.
Silesio, Mariano. / [1635] The Arcadian princesse; or, The triumph of iustice prescribing excellent rules of physicke, for a sicke iustice. Digested into fowre bookes, and faithfully rendered to the originall Italian copy, by Ri. Brathvvait Esq.
Silius Italicus, Tiberius Catius. / [1661] The second Punick vvar betwwen Hannibal, and the Romanes the whole seventeen books, Englished from the Latine of Silius Italicus : with a continuation from the triumph of Scipio, to the death of Hannibal / by Tho. Ross ...
Simmonds, Martha. / [1655] When the Lord Jesus came to Jerusalem, he beheld the city, and wept over it, ...
Simon, anchorite of London Wall. / [the yere of our lorde god .M.CCCCC. and .xiiii. 1514] The fruyte of redemcyon
Simons, Joseph, 1593-1671. / [1663] An answer to Doctor Piercie's sermon preached before His Majesty at White-Hall, Feb. 1, 1663 by J.S.
Simpson, William, 1627?-1671. / [1666?] Going naked a signe [by] William Simpson.
Simpson, William, 1627?-1671. / [1660] Going naked a signe [by] William Simpson.
Simpson, William, 1627?-1671. / [1666] Going naked a signe
Simpson, William, M.D. / [1680] Some observations made upon the root called nean or ninsing imported from the East-Indies shewing its wonderful virtue in curing consumptions, ptissicks, shortness of breath, distillation of rhume, and restoring nature after it hath been impaired by languishing distempers and long fits of sickness / publisht by a doctor of physick in York-shire in a letter to Mr. Colwell, a member of the Royal Society, 1680.
Simson, Patrick, 1556-1618. / [anno Dom, 1613-1616] A short compend of the historie of the first ten persecutions moued against Christians divided into III. centuries. Whereunto are added in the end of euery centurie treatises arising vpon occasion offered in the historie, clearely declaring the noveltie of popish religion, and that it neither flowed from the mouthes of Christs holy Apostles, neither was it confirmed by the blood of the holy martyrs who died in these ten persecutions.
Simson, Patrick, 1556-1618. / [1624] The historie of the Church since the dayes of our Saviour Iesus Christ, vntill this present age. Devided into foure bookes. 1. The first containeth the whole proceedings and practises of the emperours ... 2. The second containeth a breefe catalogue of the beginnings, and proceedings; of all the bishops, popes, patriarchs, doctors, pastors, and other learned men ... 3. The third containeth a short summe of all the heretiques ... 4. The fourth containeth a short compend of all the councels generall, nationall, and provinciall ... Devided into 16. centuries. ... Collected out of sundry authors both ancient and moderne; by the famous and worthy preacher of Gods word, Master Patrick Symson, late minister at Striueling in Scotland.
Sinclair, George, d. 1696. / [1685] Satan's invisible world discovered, or, A choice collection of modern relations proving evidently against the saducees and atheists of this present age, that there are devils, spirits, witches, and apparitions, from authentick records, attestations of famous witnesses and undoubted verity : to all which is added, that marvellous history of Major Weir, and his sister : with two relations of apparitions at Edinburgh / by Georg Sinclar ...
Sinclair, George, d. 1696. / [1688] The principles of astronomy and navigation, or, A clear, short, yet full explanation of all circles of the celestial and terrestrial globes and of their uses : being the whole doctrine of the sphere and hypotheses to the phenomena of the primum mobile : to which is added a discovery of the secrets of nature which are found in the mercurial-weather-glass &c. : as also a new proposal for buoying of a ship of any burden from the bottom of the sea / by George Sinclair.
Sinclair, George, d. 1696. / [1672] The hydrostaticks, or, The weight, force, and pressure of fluid bodies, made evident by physical, and sensible experiments together vvith some miscellany observations, the last whereof is a short history of coal, and of all the common, and proper accidents thereof, a subject never treated of before / by G.S.
Sinclair, George, d. 1696. / [1683] Natural philosophy improven by new experiments touching the mercurial weather-glass, the hygroscope, eclipsis, conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter, by new experiments, touching the pressure of fluids, the diving-bell, and all the curiosities thereof : to which is added some new observations, and experiments, lately made of several kinds : together with a true relation of an evil spirit, which troubled a mans family for many days : lastly, there is a large discourse anent coal, coal-sinks, dipps, risings, and streeks of coal, levels running of mines, gaes, dykes, damps, and wild-fire / by G.S.
Sixtus V, Pope, 1520-1590. / [1588] A declaration of the sentence and deposition of Elizabeth, the vsurper and pretensed quene of Englande
Sixtus V, Pope, 1520-1590. / [1678] The Catholick cause, or, The horrid practice of murdering kings, justified, and commended by the Pope in a speech to his cardinals, upon the barbarous assassination of Henry the Third of France, who was stabb'd by Jaques Clement, a Dominican Fryar : the true copy of which speech, both in Latin, and also faithfully rendred into English, you have in the following pages.