Subsidium: Master List of REKn Primary Sources

Subsidium: Master List of REKn Primary Sources

Ray Siemens, Mike Elkink, Alastair McColl, Karin Armstrong, James Dixon, Angelsea Saby, Brett D. Hirsch and Cara Leitch, with Martin Holmes, Eric Haswell, Chris Gaudet, Paul Girn, Michael Joyce, Rachel Gold, and Gerry Watson, and members of the PKP, Iter, TAPoR, and INKE teams.

University of Victoria

siemens@uvic.ca


KEYWORDS / MOTS-CLÉS

Digital Humanities, collaboration, team research, project management



List of Sources and Abbreviations

Abbreviation Resource
Bart Project Bartleby
CH Chadwyck-Healey
CCEL Christian Classics Ethereal Library
EarlyUVa Early English Collection, EText Centre, University of Virginia
EEBO-TCP Early English Books Online- Text Creation Partnership
ElizAuth Elizabethan Authors
MiddleUVa Middle English Collection, EText Centre, University of Virginia
NebMusic School of Music, University of Nebraska
NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology
OTA Oxford Text Archive
PG Project Gutenberg
R3 Richard III Society
RE Renascence Editions
TACT Text Analysis Computing Tools
TUDOR Textbase of Early Tudor English
WWP Women Writers Project

Alphabetical List of Resources

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A. B. (1699). Remarks upon a late pamphlet entituled, A brief and full account of Mr. Tate's and Mr. Brady's New version of the Psalms. EEBO-TCP.

A. B. (1680). Synopsis of vocal musick. EEBO-TCP.

A. L. (1665). A letter to a friend, touching Dr. Jeremy Taylor's Disswasive from Popery. EEBO-TCP.

A. M. ([1581]). The true reporte of the prosperous successe which God gaue vnto our English souldiours against the forraine bands of our Romaine enemies. EEBO-TCP.

A. S. (1640). A terrible sea-fight. EEBO-TCP.

A. S. (1663). Miracles not ceas'd. EEBO-TCP.

A. T. ([1631]). A Christian reprofe against contention. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1600). An exposition vpon the prophet Ionah. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1604). The reasons vvhich Doctour Hill hath brought, for the vpholding of papistry, which is falselie termed the Catholike religion. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1608). A sermon preached at Westminster May 26. 1608 at the funerall solemnities of the Right Honorable Thomas Earle of Dorset, late l. high treasurer of England. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George ([1622]). [The coppie of a letter sent from my lords grace of Canterburie shewing the reasons which induced the kings majestie to prescribe directions for preachers]. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1624). A treatise of the perpetuall visibilitie,. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1640). The whole booke of Iob paraphrased. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1641). Vindiciæ sabbathi, or, An answer to two treatises of Master Broads. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1651). Brief notes upon the whole book of Psalms. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, George (1664). A briefe description of the whole world. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, John ([1647]). Abbot: Devout Rhapsodies [1647]. CH.

Abbot, John (1623). Iesus praefigured, or, A poëme of the holy name of Iesus in five bookes. EEBO-TCP.

Abbot, John (1623). Abbot: Jesus Praefigured (1623). CH.

Abbot, John (1645). Abbot: The Sad Condition of a Distracted Kingdome (1645). CH.

Abia ([1579]). A reproofe, spoken and geeuen-fourth by Abia Nazarenus, against all false Christians, seducing ypocrites [sic], and enemies of the trueth and loue. Wher-withall their false deuices, punishment, and condemnation together with the conuersion from their abominations and their preseruation in the godlynes, is figured-fourth before their eyes. EEBO-TCP.

Achelley, Thomas ([1582]). Achelley: To the author [1582]. CH.

Achelley, Thomas ([1572]). The key of knovvledge. EEBO-TCP.

Achelley, Thomas (1576). Achelley: A most lamentable and Tragicall historie (1576). CH.

Achilles Tatius (1597). The most delectable and pleasaunt history of Clitiphon and Leucippe. EEBO-TCP.

Achilles Tatius (1638). The loves of Clitophon and Leucippe. EEBO-TCP.

Acosta, José de (1604). The naturall and morall historie of the East and West Indies. EEBO-TCP.

Adam ([1483]). The prologe of this reuelation. EEBO-TCP.

Adam, Melchior (1643). The life and death of Dr. Martin Luther. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Hannah (1799). A summary history of New-England. WWP.

Adams, John (1700). An essay concerning self-murther. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1612). The gallants burden. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1613). The white deuil, or, The hypocrite vncased. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1614). The deuills banket. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1615). Englands sicknes, comparatively conferred with Israels. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1615). Mystical bedlam, or, the vvorld of mad-men. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1615). The blacke devil, or, The apostate. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1616). A divine herball. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1616). Diseases of the soule. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1616). The sacrifice of thankefulnesse. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1617). The souldiers honour. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1619). The happines of the church, or, A description of those spirituall prerogatiues vvherewith Christ hath endowed her. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1622). Eirenopolis. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1626). Fiue sermons preached vpon sundry especiall occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1652). God's anger, and Man's comfort. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, Thomas (1675). The main principles of Christian religion. EEBO-TCP.

Adams, William (1685). God's eye on the contrite, or, A discourse shewing that true poverty and contrition of spirit, and trembling at God's Word is the infallible and only way for the obtaining and retaining of divine acceptation. EEBO-TCP.

Adamson, Henry ([1849]). Adamson: Muses Threnodie. CH.

Adamson, Henry (1638). The muses threnodie, or, mirthfull mournings, on the death of Master Gall. EEBO-TCP.

Adamson, John (1618). Adamson: The mvses welcome (1618). CH.

Adamson, John (1698). The duty of daily frequenting the publick service of the church. EEBO-TCP.

Addison, Joseph (1695). A poem to His Majesty, presented to the Lord Keeper. EEBO-TCP.

Adis, Henry (12. day of the 11. month, heathenishly called in houour [sic] to their God Janus, January, 1659 [i.e. 1660]). A declaration of a small society of baptized believers, undergoing the name of Free-willers, about the city of London. EEBO-TCP.

Adis, Henry (1660). A fannaticks mite cast into the Kings treasury. EEBO-TCP.

Adis, Henry (1661). A fannaticks addresse humbly presented to the King and his peers, and also to his people in their representative, the Commons House of Parliament …. EEBO-TCP.

Adis, Henry (1661). A fannaticks alarm, given to the mayor in his quarters, by one of the sons of Zion, become Boanerges. EEBO-TCP.

Adis, Henry (1664). A letter sent from Syrranam, to His Excellency, the Lord Willoughby of Parham, General of the Western Islands, and of the continent of Guianah, &c. then residing at the Barbados. EEBO-TCP.

Ady, Thomas (1655). A candle in the dark. EEBO-TCP.

Aelian (1666). Claudius Ælianus, his various history. EEBO-TCP.

Aesop ([1570]). The morall fabillis of Esope the phrygian. EEBO-TCP.

Agard, Arthur (1631). The repertorie of records, remaining in [brace] the 4. treasuries on the receipt side at Westminster, the two remembrancers of the Exchequer. EEBO-TCP.

Aglionby, William (1669). The present state of the United Provinces of the Low-Countries as to the government, laws, forces, riches, manners, customes, revenue, and territory of the Dutch. EEBO-TCP.

Aglionby, William (1686). Painting illustrated in three diallogues. EEBO-TCP.

Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius ([1655]). Henry Cornelius Agrippa's fourth book of occult philosophy and geomancy. EEBO-TCP.

Aikin, Lucy (1810). Epistles on women. WWP.

Ainsworth, Henry (1630). Certain notes of M. Henry Aynsworth his last sermon. EEBO-TCP.

Ainsworth, Robert (1698). The most natural and easie way of institution. EEBO-TCP.

Airay, Henry ([1621]). The iust and necessary apologie of :. EEBO-TCP.

Alba, Fernando Alvarez de Toledo (1573?]). An ansvver and true discourse to a certain letter lately sent by the Duke of Alba (in maner of a pardon) to those of Amsterdam. EEBO-TCP.

Albemarle, George Monck (1659). General Monck's last letter to His Excellency the Lord Fleetwood. EEBO-TCP.

Albemarle, George Monck (1659). Three letters from the Lord General Monck, Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Albemarle, George Monck (1671). Observations upon military & political affairs. EEBO-TCP.

Albott, Robert (1599). VVits theater of the little world. EEBO-TCP.

Alcock, John (1497?]). [Desponsacio virginis xpristo. Spousage of a virgin to Christ]. EEBO-TCP.

Alcock, John ([1497]). [Sermon on Luke VIII]. EEBO-TCP.

Alcock, John (1498?]). In die Innocencium sermo pro episcopo puerorum. EEBO-TCP.

Alcock, John ([1498]). Gallicantus Iohannis alcok epi Eliensis ad co[n]fratres suos curatos in sinodo apud Bernwell. EEBO-TCP.

Alemán, Mateo (1623). The rogue, or, The life of Guzman de Alfarache. EEBO-TCP.

Alesius, Alexander (1544?]). Of the auctorite of the word of god agaynst the bisshop of london. EEBO-TCP.

Alexander Barclay ([1570]). Stultifera nauis, qua omnium mortalium narratur stultitia. 1570. The ship of fooles. [With other works by Barclay]. TUDOR.

Alexander, Daniel Ben ([1621]). [Daniel Ben Alexander]. EEBO-TCP.

Alexander, Sir W.: The Poetical Works (1921-1929). CH.

Aleyn, Charles (1633). Aleyn: The Battailes of Crescey and Poictiers (1633). CH.

Aleyn, Charles (1638). Aleyn: The Historie of That wise and Fortunate Prince, Henrie of that Name the Seventh (1638). CH.

Alfield, Thomas ([1582]). A true reporte of the death & martyrdome of M. Campion Iesuite and preiste, & M. Sherwin, & M. Bryan preistes, at Tiborne the first of December 1581. EEBO-TCP.

Alison, Richard (1590). A plaine confutation of a treatise of Brovvnisme. EEBO-TCP.

Alison, Richard (1599. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Majestatis). The Psalmes of Dauid in meter. EEBO-TCP.

Alison, Richard (1606). An howres recreation in musicke, apt for instrumentes and voyces. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1664). A call to Archippus, or, An humble and earnest motion to some ejected ministers. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1672). An alarme to unconverted sinners, in a serious treatise …. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1672). Divers practical cases of conscience satisfactorily resolved. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1673). Christian letters full of spiritual instructions. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1674). A most familiar explanation of the Assemblies shorter catechism. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1674). Remaines of that excellent minister of Jesus Christ, Mr. Joseph Alleine. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1678). The way to true happiness. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Joseph (1688). A sure guide to heaven, or, An earnest invitation to sinners to turn to God in order to their eternal salvation. EEBO-TCP.

Alleine, Theodosia (1672). The life & death of Mr. Joseph Alleine, late teacher of the church at Taunton, in Somersetshire, assistant to Mr. Newton. EEBO-TCP.

Allen, Benjamin (1699). The natural history of the chalybeat and purging waters of England. EEBO-TCP.

Allen, William (1673). A discourse of the nature, ends, and difference of the two covenants. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard. Forty sermons. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1658). The practice of Christian graces, or, The whole duty of man. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1659). The whole duty of man laid down in a plain way for the use of the meanest reader. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1660). A sermon preached in St. Peter's Westminster on Sunday, Jan. 6, 1660 at the consecration of the Right Reverend Fathers in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Bristoll, Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich, Nicholas, Lord Bishop of Hereford, William, Lord Bishop of Glocester. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1660). The gentlemans calling. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1662). A sermon preached at Hampton-court on the 29th of May, 1662. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1663). A sermon preached before the King at White-hall, October the 12th 1662. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1666). A sermon preach'd before the King, Decemb. 31, 1665, at Christ-Church in Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1667 [i.e. 1677]). The government of the tongue. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1667). A sermon preached before the King at White Hall on Sunday Nov. 17, 1667. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1667). The causes of the decay of Christian piety, or, An impartial survey of the ruines of Christian religion, undermin'd by unchristian practice. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard ([1669]). Eighteen sermons. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1673). The divine aut[h]ority and usefulness of the Holy Scripture asserted in a sermon on the 2 Timothy 3, 15. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1673). The ladies calling. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1675). The art of contentment. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1677). A discourse concerning the period of humane life, whether mutable or immutable. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1678). A defence and continuation of the Discourse concerning the period of humane life. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1678). Scala sancta, or, The exaltation of the soul. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1678). The lively oracles given to us, or, The Christians birth-right and duty, in the custody and use of the Holy Scripture. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1679). A discourse concerning the beauty of holiness. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1684). The vanity of the creature. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1692). The whole duty of prayer. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1694). The government of the thoughts. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard (1694). The whole duty of divine meditation. EEBO-TCP.

Allestree, Richard ([1695]). The whole duty of mourning. EEBO-TCP.

Almoni, Peloni (1641). A compendious discourse, proving episcopacy to be of apostolicall, and conseqvently of divine, institution. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1676). Anti-sozzo, sive, Sherlocismus enervatus. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1678). Melius inquirendum, or, A sober inquirie into the reasonings of the Serious inquirie. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1680). An exercitation on the historical relation, Matth. 15, 1--9, Mark 7, 1--13, concerning eating with unwashen hands. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1681). A reply to the Reverend Dean of St. Pauls's reflections on the Rector of Sutton, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1687). The humble address of the Presbyterians, presented to the King. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent ([1687]). Mr. Alsop's speech to King James the II. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1695). Duty and interest united in prayer and praise for kings and all that are in authority. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1696). A sermon upon the wonderful deliverance by His Majesty from assassination, the nation from invasion. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1696). Decus & tutamen, or, Practical godliness the ornament and muniment of all religion. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent ([1697]). A faithful rebuke to a false report lately dispersed in a letter to a friend in the country. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1698). A confutation of some of the errors of Mr. Daniel Williams. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1698). A sermon preach'd to the Societies for Reformation of Manners in the cities of London and Westminster at Salters-Hall, Aug 15, 1698. EEBO-TCP.

Alsop, Vincent (1698). A vindication of the faithful rebuke to a false report against the rude cavils of the pretended defence. EEBO-TCP.

Alsoppe, Thomas ([c.1525]). Alsoppe: The Breuyate and short Tragycall hystorie of the fayre Custance [1525?]. CH.

Alsted, Johann Heinrich (1643). The beloved city, or, The saints reign on earth a thovsand yeares. EEBO-TCP.

Alsted, Johann Heinrich (1664). Templum musicum, or, The musical synopsis of the learned and famous Johannes-Henricus-Alstedius. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, Richard (1688). Ames: Sylvia's Revenge (1688). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames, R.: Elegy on Richard Baxter (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: A Farther Search after Claret (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: A Search after Wit (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: An Elegy On the Death of Dr. Saffold (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: Islington-wells (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: Lawyerus Bootatus and Spurratus (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: The Female Fire-Ships (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: The Last Search after Claret (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: The Pleasures of Love and Marriage (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1691). Ames: The Search after Claret (1691). CH.

Ames, Richard (1692). Ames, R.: An Elegy (1692). CH.

Ames, Richard (1692). Ames: A Dialogue Between Claret & Darby-Ale (1692). CH.

Ames, Richard (1692). Ames: Britannia Victrix (1692). CH.

Ames, Richard (1692). Ames: Sylvia's Complaint (1692). CH.

Ames, Richard (1692). Ames: The Double Descent (1692). CH.

Ames, Richard (1692). Ames: The Jacobite Conventicle (1692). CH.

Ames, Richard (1693). Ames: Bacchanalian Sessions (1693). CH.

Ames, Richard (1693). Ames: Fatal Friendship (1693). CH.

Ames, Richard (1693). Ames: The Folly of love (1693). CH.

Ames, Richard (1693). Ames: The Rake (1693). CH.

Ames, William ([1615]). A second manuduction, for Mr. Robinson, or, A confirmation of the former, in an ansvver to his manumission. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1622). A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent [sic] ceremonies. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1633). A fresh suit against human ceremonies in God's vvorship, or, A triplication unto. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William ([1639]). Conscience with the power and cases thereof. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1641). An analyticall exposition of both the epistles of the Apostle Peter. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1642). The marrow of sacred divinity. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1652). The saints security against seducing spirits, or, The anointing from the Holy One. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1659). The substance of Christian religion, or, A plain and easie draught of the Christian catechisme. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1661). Good counsell and advice to all the Friends of truth. EEBO-TCP.

Ames, William (1663). A sound out of Sion from the holy mountain which the Lord is establishing above all the mountains. EEBO-TCP.

Amyraut, Moïse (1676). A discourse concerning the divine dreams mention'd in Scripture. EEBO-TCP.

Antaki, Dawud ibn ‘Umar (1659). The nature of the drink kauhi, or coffe, and the berry of which it is made. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, George (1643). The Scotch Counsellor. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Patrick (1618). The colde spring of Kinghorne Craig. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Patrick ([1680]). The copie of a barons court. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Robert (1668). Stereometrical propositions variously applicable, but particularly intended for gageing. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Robert (1669). Gaging promoted. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Robert (1670). Dary's miscellanies examined. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Robert (1690). To hit a mark, as well upon ascents and descents, as upon the plain of the horizon. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Robert (1691). To cut the rigging. EEBO-TCP.

Anderson, Robert (1696). The making of rockets. EEBO-TCP.

Andrew, Laurence? (1528?). The debate and stryfe betwene somer and wynter with the estate present of man. TUDOR.

Andrewes, John (1615). Andrewes: The Anatomie of Basenesse (1615). CH.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1592). The wonderfull combate (for Gods glorie and mans saluation) betweene Christ and Satan. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1604). The copie of a sermon preached on good Friday last before the Kings Maiestie,. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1610?]). A sermon preached before the Kings Maiestie at White-Hall, on Munday the 25. of December, being Christmas day, anno 1609. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1610). A sermon preached before His Maiestie on Sunday the fifth of August last at Holdenbie. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1611). A sermon preached before his Maiestie at White-Hall, on the 24 of March last. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1611). Scala cœli. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot ([1613]). Concio habita coram serenissimo, Iacobo, Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ et Hyberniæ Rege, fidei Defensore, &c. Apud curiam Hamptoniensem. De Iure ac potestate conuocandorum cœtuum. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot ([1618]). A sermon preached before His Maiestie, at VVhitehall the fift of Nouember last, 1617. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot ([1620]). A sermon preached at White-hall, on Easter day the 16. of April. 1620. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1627). Seven sermons on, the wonderfull combate (for Gods glorie and mans saluation) betweene Christ and Sathan. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1636). A sermon of the pestilence. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1641). A summarie view of the government both of the Old and New testament. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1642). A manuall of directions for the visitation of the sicke, with sweete meditations and prayers to be used in time of sicknesse. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1647). Of episcopacy. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1647). Of the right of tithes. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1648). A manual of directions for the sick. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1650). The pattern of catechistical doctrine at large, or, A learned and pious exposition of the Ten Commandments. EEBO-TCP.

Andrewes, Lancelot (1663). Holy devotions, with directions to pray. EEBO-TCP.

Andrews, Eusebius (1650). The last speech of Col. Eusebius Andrews, sometimes a lawyer of Lincolns-Inne, at the time of his execution on the scaffold at Tower-hill, Thursday the 22 of August, 1650. EEBO-TCP.

Anger, Jane (1589). Jane Anger her protection for women. WWP.

Anghiera, Pietro Martire d' (1555). The decades of the newe worlde or west India. EEBO-TCP.

Anghiera, Pietro Martire d' (1577). The history of trauayle in the VVest and East Indies, and other countreys lying eyther way, towardes the fruitfull and ryche Moluccaes. EEBO-TCP.

Anglesey, Arthur Annesley (1693). Memoirs of the Right Honourable Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, late lord privy seal. EEBO-TCP.

Angouleme, Marguerite d' (1548). A godly medytacyon of the christen sowle, concerninge a love towardes God and hys Christe. WWP.

Annand, William (1661). Fides Catholica, or, The doctrine of the Catholick Church. EEBO-TCP.

Annand, William (1661). Panem quotidianum, or, A short discourse. EEBO-TCP.

Annand, William (1670). Pater noster, Our Father, or, The Lord's prayer explained. EEBO-TCP.

Annand, William (1671). Mysterium pietatis, or, The mysterie of godlinesse. EEBO-TCP.

Annand, William (1674). Dualitas, or, A two-fold subject displayed and opened conducible to godliness and peace. EEBO-TCP.

Anon (1590). Edmund Ironside. ElizAuth.

Anon (1594). The true Tragedy of Richard the Third. ElizAuth.

Anon (1598). Pasquil's Countercuffe to Martin Junior. ElizAuth.

Anon (1598). The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth. ElizAuth.

Anon (1600). The Wisdom of Doctor Dodypoll. ElizAuth.

Anon (1605). The True Chronicle history of King Leir. ElizAuth.

Anonymous (14th. c. English). The Cloud of Unknowing. CCEL.

Anonymous (1558-1688). "Long Buckby Wills 1558-1688": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (1641). The Stage-Players Complaint. R3.

Anonymous (1643). The Actors Remonstrance. R3.

Anonymous (1644). A Looking-Glasse for Women, or, A Spie for Pride. R3.

Anonymous (1644). A Looking-Glasse of the World. R3.

Anonymous (1654?). The Triall of Mr. John Gerhard, Mr. Peter Vowell, and Sommerset Fox. Renascence Edition. R3.

Anonymous (1623). Homily against Disobedience and Wilful Rebellion. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily Against Excess of Apparel. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily against Idleness. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily against Peril of Idolatry. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily against Strife and Contention. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily against Whoredom and Adultery. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily for Rogation Week. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Alms Deeds. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Christian Love and Charity. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Common Prayer and Sacraments. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Gluttony and Drunkenness. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Good Works: and First of Fasting. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Good Works. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Obedience. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Prayer. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Repairing and Keeping Clean the Church. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Repentance and True Reconciliation unto God. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on Swearing and Perjury. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Coming Down of the Holy Ghost for Whitsunday. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Declining from God. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Fear of Death. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Misery of Mankind. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Nativity. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Passion for Good Friday. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Place and Time of Prayer. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Reading of ScriptuR3. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Resurrection for Easter Day. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Right Use of the Church. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Salvation of Salvation. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the State of Matrimony. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the True and Lively Faith. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Homily on the Worthy Receiving of the Sacrament. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Of them Which Take Offence at Certain Places of Holy ScriptuR3. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Preliminaries: Book II. TACT.

Anonymous (1623). Preliminaries. TACT.

Anonymous. [A Ballad of King Henry II and the miller of Mansfield]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [A full] description of these times, or The Prince of Orange's march from Exeter to London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [A mery playe bothe pytthy and pleasaunt of albyon knyghte]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [A parte of a register]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [A treatise against the Defense of the censure, giuen upon the bookes of W. Charke and Meredith Hanmer]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [Here begynneth a lytell treatyse called, the (myrrour or lokynge glasse of lyfe) for co[m]fortyng of the soule]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [Here endeth ye hystorye of Olyuer of Castylle, and of the fayre Helayne]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [Jest, o]r, A Pretty iest of a bride and a bridegroome. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The abbaye of the Holy Ghost]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The Complaynt of Scotland]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The cronycles of Englond]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The midwi]ves ghost …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The noble history of King Ponthus]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The Ploughman's tale]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The remedy against the troubles of temptations]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The] Drunkards dyall, or, [Go]od Sir, your nose is durty. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [The] Judgment of the reformed churches. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. [Thus endeth the secrete of secretes of Arystotle]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Batchelers resolution, or, Have among you now, widowes or maydes …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A boke of the propreties of herbes called an herball. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A book of dravving, limning, vvashing or colouring of maps and prints. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A booke of Christian exercise. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A booke of epitaphes made vpon the death of the right worshipfull Sir VVilliam Buttes knight. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A brief deduction of the case between George Carew Esqr. administrator of the goods and chattels, rights, debts and credits of Sr. William Courten, knight deceased unadministred with his will annexed, plaintiff. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A brief enquiry into the ancient constitution and government of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A brief fourme of confession. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A brief narrative of a strange and wonderful old woman that hath a pair of horns growing upon her head. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A brief narrative of the late treacherous and horrid designe which by the great blessing and especiall providence of God hath been lately discovered. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A briefe and plaine declaration, concerning the desires of all those faithfull ministers, that haue and do seeke for the discipline and reformation of the Church of Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A briefe and pleasaunt treatise, intituled, Naturall and artificiall conclusions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A briefe chronologie of the holie scriptures. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A briefe description of the notorious life of Iohn Lambe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A briefe treatise concerning the burnynge of Bucer and Phagius, at Cambrydge, in the tyme of Quene Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A bvll from Rome, consisting of 15 pardons for delinquents in these kingdomes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A catalogue of ancient and modern musick books, both vocal and instrumental. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Caueat or vvarning for all sortes of men both young and olde to auoid the company of lewd and wicked women. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A certaine relation of the hog-faced gentlewoman called Mistris Tannakin Skinker, who was borne at Wirkham a neuter towne betweene the Emperour and the Hollander, scituate on the river Rhyne. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Chaleng sent from Prince Rupert and the Lord Grandison to Sir Wjlljam Belford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Christian letter of certaine English protestants, vnfained fauourers of the present state of religion, authorised and professed in England, vnto that reverend and learned man, Mr R. Hoo. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A collection of poems written upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A collection of prayers and thanksgivings, used in His Majesties chappel, and in his armies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A collection of such of the orders heretofore used in Chancery. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A collection of such of the orders heretofore used in Chauncery. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A comfortable new ballad of a dreame of a sinner …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A common-place-book out of The rehearsal transpros'd. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A commyssion sent to the bloudy butcher byshop of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A compendious or briefe examination of certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our country men in these our dayes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A compendyouse somme of the very Christen relygyon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Congratulatory poem on the Whigg's entertainment. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A constant wife and a kind wife, a loving wife and a fine wife, which gives content unto a mans life. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A continuation of a former relation concerning the entertainment giuen to Prince His Highnesse by the King of Spaine in his court at Madrid. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Copie of a letter vvritten from His Holinesse court at Rome to His Grace of Canterburies palace now in the tower. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A copie of a letter wyth articles. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A coppy of Generall Lesley's letter to Sir Iohn Svckling. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Coppy of the prisoners jvdgment condemned tody [sic] from Nvgate on Mundaie the 13 of Decemb. 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A cup of coffee, or, Coffee in its colours. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A curious collection of musick-books, both vocal and instrumental, (and several rare copies in three and four parts, fairly prick'd) by the best masters. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A declaration of His M. pleasure anent the religion & present kirk governament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A declaration of the causes mouing the Queenes Maiestie of England, to prepare and send a nauy to the seas, for the defence of her realmes against the King of Spaines forces. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A declaration of the demeanor and cariage of Sir Walter Raleigh, Knight, aswell in his voyage, as in, and sithence his returne. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Declaration, or, Letters patents of the election of this present King of Poland, John the Third, elected on the 22d of May last past, Anno Dom. 1674. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A decree of the Priuye Counsell at Westminster Anno 1.5.5.9.xx. October. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A defence of dramatick poetry. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A defence of priestes mariages. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A defence of the rights and priviledges of the University of Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A delicate new ditty composed upon the posie of a ring. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Description of Buda, in its ancient and present state. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A description of loue. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Description of the Academy of the Athenian virtuosi. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A detection of damnable driftes, practized by three vvitches arraigned at Chelmifforde in Essex, at the laste assises there holden, whiche were executed in Aprill. 1579. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A dialogue agaynst the tyrannye of the Papistes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A dialogue between Dr. Sherlock, the King of France, the great Turk, and Dr. Oates. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A dialogue between Toney, and the ghost of the late Lord Viscount-Stafford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A dialogue betwene a knyght and a clerke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A dialogue betwixt Whig and Tory, alias Williamite and Jacobite. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A direction to the husbandman. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A discourse made by the Ld Bishop of Rochester to the clergy of his diocese. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Discourse shewing in what state the three kingdomes are in at this present. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A discourse touching the pretended match betwene the Duke of Norfolke and the Queene of Scottes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A discovrse concerning Puritans. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A ditty delightfull of mother watkins ale. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A frutefull booke of the comon places of all S. Pauls Epistles. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Full and perfect account of the seizing seven of K. James's officers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Full and true account of the landing of the notorious wicked life of that grand impostor, John Taylor. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A full and true account of the proceedings at the sessions of oyer and terminer, holden for the city of London, county of Middlesex, and goal-delivery of Newgate; which began at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayly, on Thursday, Iune 1st. and ended on Fryday, Iune 2d. 1682. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A full and true account of the proceedings at the sessions of oyer and terminer, holden for the city of London, county of Middlesex, and goal-delivery of Newgate; which began at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayly, on Wednesday, April 26. and ended on Fryday, April 28, 1682. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A full and true relation of an English vessel newly taken by a company of French pyrats. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A further accompt of the progresse of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, and of the means used effectually to advance the same. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A garden of spirituall flowers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A general sale of rebellious houshold-stuff. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A godly boke wherein is contayned certayne fruitefull, godlye, and necessarye rules, to bee exercised [et] put in practise by all Christes souldiers lyuynge in the campe of this worlde. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A good vvife, or none. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A good wife, or none. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A health to all good-fellowes, or, The good companions arithmaticke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A health to the gentlemanly profession of seruingmen, or, The seruingmans comforts. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A helpe to discourse, or, A miscelany of merriment. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Helpe to memory and discourse. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A hermeticall banquet, drest by a spagiricall cook. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A iournall or daily register of all those warlike atchieuements which happened in the siege of Berghen-up-Zoome in the Low-countries. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A ioynt attestation, avowing that the discipline of the Church of England was not impeached by the Synode of Dort. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A iustification or cleering of the Prince of Orendge agaynst the false sclaunders, wherewith his ilwillers goe about to charge him wrongfully. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A lamentable ditty composed vpon the death of Robert Lord Devereux, late earle of Essex. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Lanthorne for Landlords. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A larum for London, or, The siedge of Antwerpe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A law against cuckoldom, or, The Tryal of adultery. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Letter formerly sent to Dr. Tillotson, and for want of an answer made publick, and now reprinted. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter from Maj. General Massey to an honourable person in London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Letter from Oxford concerning Mr. Samuel Johnson's late book. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter from the Commissioners of the Kingdom of Scotland residing here at London to William Lenthall Esq. Speaker of the House of Commons. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter humbly offer'd to the consideration of all gentlemen, yeomen, citizens, freeholders, &c. that have right to elect members to serve in Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter sent from the Lord Goring directed to the Lord Maior, aldermen, and commonalty of the city of London, and what was agreed upon, at the receipt thereof. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter sent to the Right Honourable William Lenthal Esq., speaker of the Parliament of the commonwealth of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Letter to a member of Parliament, shewing the necessity of regulating the press. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter to a member of Parliament, shewing, that a restraint on the press is inconsistent with the Protestant religion, and dangerous to the liberties of the nation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter to a member of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A letter to A.H. Esq., concerning the stage. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Letter, or paper, signed by Garald Fitz-gerald in behalf of an assembly of the Irish at Glanmaliroe in the province of Leinster in Ireland, to the commissioners of Parliament delivered the 11. of March 1652. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A list of the colonels as also of the severall counties out of which they are to raise their men. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Louers complaint being forsaken of his loue. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Louers lamentation to his faire Phillida. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A loyal satyr against Whiggism. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Mad crue, or, That shall be tryde. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A magical vision, or, A perfect discovery of the fallacies of witchcraft. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A man in favour, or, The way to preferment. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A manifest detection of the moste vyle and detestable vse of diceplay, and other practises lyke the same. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A memorial of suche princes, as since the tyme of king Richard the seconde, haue been vnfortunate in the realme of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Merry ballad of a rich maid that had 18 seuerall suitors of seuerall countries. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A merry dialogue betwixt a married man and his wife, concerning the affaires of this carefull life. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Merry neuu catch of all [t]rades. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A message from both houses of Parliament, sent to the King and Queenes Majesties, touching certain letters lately intercepted, and, as it may be conjectured, sent from the Lord Digby, to the Queens Majestie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A moche profitable treatise against the pestilence. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Modest vindication of Oliver Cromwell from the unjust accusations of Lieutenant-General Ludlow in his Memoirs. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Most excellent and profitable dialogue, of the powerfull iustifying faith. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Most excellent ballad of S. George for England and the kings daughter of Ægypt, whom he delivered from death, and how he slew a mighty dragon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Most excellent ditty, called Collins conceit …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A most notable and worthy example of an vngratious sonne, who in the pride of his hart denied his owne father. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A most pleasant and merie nevv comedie, intituled, A knacke to knowe a knaue. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A most pleasant comedie of Mucedorus the kings sonne of Valentia and Amadine the Kings daughter of Arragon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A most sweet song of an English merchant, borne at Chichester. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A most wonderful and sad judgment of God upon one Dorothy Mattley, late of Ashover in the county of Darby, within fourteen miles of the said town of Darby …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A musicall banquet. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A myrror for Martinists, and all other schismatiques, which in these dangerous daies doe breake the godlie vnitie, and disturbe the Christian peace of the Church. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A myrroure for magistrates. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A nevv and short defense of tabacco. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new and pleasaunt enterlude intituled the mariage of witte and science. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new ballad from Whigg-Land. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New ballad intituled a bell-man for England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New ballad intituled, I have fresh cheese and creame. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New ballad intituled, The stout cripple of Cornwall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New ballad of the souldier and Peggy. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new ballad, containing a communication between the carefull wife, and the comfortable husb[and] touching the common cares and charges of house-hold. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New ballad, intituled, The battell of Agen-Court, in France, betweene the English-men and Frenchmen. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New ballad, with the definition of the word Tory. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new copy of verses call'd The heiress's lamentation, or, Pity too late. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new enterlude called Thersytes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new enterlued for chyldren to playe, named Iacke Iugeler. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new letter from London-Derry. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New merry ballad I haue here to shew, come pence a peece for them, I tell you but so. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A new northeren iigge, called, Daintie come thou to me. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New play called Canterburie his change of diot. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A New song. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A panegyrick on the author of Absolom and Achitophel. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A panoplie of epistles, or, A looking glasse for the vnlearned. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Paper devlivered to His Highness the Prince of Orange by the commissioners sent by His Majesty to treat with him and His Highness's answer. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A paradox against liberty. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A particular declaration or testimony, of the vndutifull and traiterous affection borne against her Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pastoral letter from the four Catholic bishops to the lay-Catholics of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A petition of the major, aldermen, and common-councell of the citie of London, to His Majestie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A physicall directory, or, A translation of the London dispensatory. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A platform of church discipline. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant comedie, called The tvvo merry milke-maids, or, The best words weare the garland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant comedie, shewing the contention betweene liberalitie and prodigalitie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant commodie, of faire Em the Millers daughter of Manchester. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant conceyted comedie of George a Greene, the pinner of VVakefield. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant countrey new ditty. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant nevv court song, betweene a yong courtier, and a countrey lasse. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant new ballad to sing both euen and morne, of the bloody murther of Sir John Barley-corne. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Pleasant new court song, betweene a young courtier and a countrey lasse. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Pleasant new song betwixt the saylor and his loue. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A pleasant song made by a souldier. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A preaty interlude called, Nice wanton …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Preparative to studie, or, The vertue of sack. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Printed paper cald The Lord Digbies speech to the bill of attainder of the Earle of Strafford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamacion declaryng the Quenes Maiesties purpose, to kepe peace with Fraunce and Scotlande, and to prouyde for the suretie of hir kyngdomes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamacion for the marchaunts aduenturers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation against breakinge or defacing of monumentes of antiquitie, beyng set up in churches or other publique places for memory and not for supersticion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation against exportation, and buying and selling of gold and silver at higher rates then in our mint. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation against fighting of duels. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation agaynst the deceyptfull wyndyng and foldynge of wooles. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation anent tanning and barking of hydes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation concerning building in, and about London and Westminster. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation concerning the granting of licenses for selling and retailing of wines. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation concerning the President and Council of Wales, and marches of the same. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation concernynge bouchers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure concerning Sir VValter Ravvleigh, and those who aduentured vvith him. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for calling in and suppressing of two books written by John Milton. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for discovery of robberies and burglaries, and for a reward to the discoverers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for pardon to them of Tindale and Riddesdale. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for prizing wines. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for resysting and withstandyng of most damynable heresyes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for the better discouery and apprehension of those malefactors, who were actors in the late insolent riots and murders committed in Fleetstreet, London, vpon Friday, the tenth day of this instant moneth of Iuly. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for the calling in all moneys of gold and silver coyned or stamped with the cross and harp, and the circumscription, the commonwealth of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for the encouraging of planters in His Majesties island of Jamaica in the West-Indies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for the entring and putting in of claims in Ireland, pursuant to His Majesties gracious declaration of the 30th of November 1660, and the instructions for execution thereof. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for the more effectual reducing and suppressing of pirates and privateers in America. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for the obseruation of certein statutes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation for the well-ordering the making of white-starch within this realm, and for restraint of the importation thereof from foreign parts. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation of grace, for the inlargement of prisoners called Quakers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation that straungers shall paye lyke custome and subsydie as the kynges subiectes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation to restrain the excessive carriages in wagons and four-wheeled carts to the destruction of high-ways. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation, for a thanksgiving throughout the kingdom of Scotland, for the late defeat of the Kings enemies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proclamation, for the well ordering of the market in the cittie of Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A proposal about printing A treatise of algebra, historical and practical. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A prymer in Englyshe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A reasonable motion in the behalfe of such of the clergie, as are now questioned in Parliament for their places. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A rehearsall both straung and true, of hainous and horrible actes committed by Elizabeth Stile. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A relation in the form of journal of the voiage and residence which the most mighty Prince Charls the II King of Great Britain, &c. hath made in Holland, from the 25 of May, to the 2 of June, 1660. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A relation of the diabolical practices of above twenty wizards and witches of the sheriffdom of Renfrew in the kingdom of Scotland, contain'd in their tryalls, examinations, and confessions, and for which several of them have been executed this present year, 1697. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A relation of the proceedings at Charter-House, upon occasion of King James the II, his presenting a Papist to be admitted into that hospital, in vertue of His letters dispensatory. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Remarkable passage, or, A vvitty discovrse between two citizens and the Bishop of Lincolne, concerning the Book of common prayer before the Lords of the Prliament House. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Remonstrance concerning the present troubles from the meeting of the Estaees [sic] of Scotland, Aprill 16. unto the Parliament of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A remonstrance from his excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the armie under his command. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A reply to a paper of Dr. Sandersons, containing a censure of Mr. A.A. his booke Of the confusions and revolutions of goverment [sic]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A reply to the answer Doctor Welwood has made to King James's declaration. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A reply to the Answer made upon the three royal papers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A ryght pithy, pleasaunt and merie comedie, intytuled Gammer gurtons nedle. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A satyr against coffee. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Satyr against whoring. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A seasonable discourse shewing the unreasonableness and mischeifs [sic] of impositions in matters of religion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A second return to the letter of a noble peer, concerning the addresses. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Serious advice to the citizens of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A short account of Dr. Bentley's humanity and justice, to those authors who have written before him. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Short answere to the boke called Beware the cat. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A short catechisme, or, Playne instruction, conteynynge the su[m]me of Christian learninge. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Short, compendious, and true description of the round-heads and the long-heads shag-polls briefly declared, with the true discovery both of the time and place of both their originall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A skeltonicall salutation, or, Condigne gratulation, and iust vexation of the Spanishe nation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A sober whisper, concerning the evil of things present, and the good of things to come. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A solemne contestation of diuerse popes, for the aduaunsing of theyr supremacie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A soueraigne cordial for a Christian conscience. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A speciall grace, appointed to haue been said after a banket at Yorke, vpo[n] the good nues and Proclamacion thear, of the entraunce in to reign ouer vs, of Our Soueraign Lady Elizabeth. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A specimen of the several sorts of letter given to the university by Dr. John Fell late Lord Bishop of Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Strange banquet, or, The Devils entertainment by Cook Laurel at the Peak in Devonshire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A strange metamorphosis of man, transformed into a vvildernesse. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A strange report of sixe most notorious vvitches. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A supplication of the poore commons. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Terrible plot against London and VVestminster discovered. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A third collection of new songs, never printed before. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A treatise concerning adultery and divorce. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A treatise concernynge generall councilles, the byshoppes of Rome, and the clergy. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A treatise of treasons against Q. Elizabeth, and the croune of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true account from Chichester, concerning the death of Habin the informer. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true account of a fight between Captain John Leech, commander of the ship Ann of London, of 14 guns and 19 men from Jamaica, and a French privateer of 24 guns and some petteraroes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true account of a strange and wonderful relation of John Tonken, of Pensans in Cornwall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true and exact relation of the proceedings of His Majesties army in Cheshire, Shropshire and Worstershire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true and fearfull pronouncing of warre against the Roman Imperial Majesty, and withall against the king of Poland, by the late emperour of Turkey, Soloma Hometh. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true and impartial relation of the informations against three witches, viz., Temperance Lloyd, Mary Trembles, and Susanna Edwards, who were indicted, arraigned and convicted at the assizes holden for the county of Devon, at the castle of Exon, Aug. 14, 1682. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true and plaine declaration of the horrible treasons, practised by William Parry the traitor, against the Queenes Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A True bill of the whole number that hath died in the cittie of London, the citty of Westminster, the citty of Norwich, and diuers other places, since the time this last sicknes of the plague began in either of them, to this present month of October the sixt day, 1603. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A True description of a treacherous plot intended against this kingdome by the Lord Digby and his asistants at Sherborne in the county of Dorset. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A True description or rather a parallel betweene Cardinall Wolsey, Arch-Bishop of York, and VVilliam Laud, Arch-Bishop of Canterbvry. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true discourse of all the sallyes which the soldiers of the citie of Graue haue made since the siedge. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true discourse, Declaring the damnable life and death of one Stubbe Peeter, a most wicked sorcerer. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true discourse, vpon the matter of Martha Brossier of Romorantin. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true historie of the memorable siege of Ostend. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true relation and iournall, of the manner of the arrivall, and magnificent entertainment, giuen to the high and mighty Prince Charles, Prince of Great Britaine, by the King of Spaine in his court at Madrid. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true relation of taking of Alba-Regalis. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true relation of that vvhich lately hapned to the great Spanish fleet, and galeons of Terra Firma in America. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true relation of the birth of three monsters in the city of Namen in Flanders. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A True relation of the life and death of Sir Andrew Barton, a pirate and rover on the seas. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true relation of the wonderful cure of Mary Maillard, lame almost ever since she was born, on Sunday the 26th of Nov. 1693. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true relation of two most strange and fearefull accidents, lately happening. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A true souldiers councel. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Trve relation of a Scotchman, vvho comming into the church of St. Olaves in the old iury in London, at such time as the people were receiving the communion, did much disturb them, and by force tore the service-book in peeces, on Sunday Septemb. 5, 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Trve relation of the apprehension of the Lord Digby. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Trve relation of the proposing, threatning, and perswading the vintners to yeeld to the imposition upon wines. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Very godly song intituled, The earnest petition of a faithfull Christian, being clarke of Bodnam, made vpon his death bed, at the instant of his transmutation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A very lively portrayture, of the most reverend arch-bishops, the right reverend bs. of the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A vindication of the Bishop of Dvrham from the vile and scandalovs calvmnies of a libell intitvled The downfall of hierarchie, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A vvell vvishing to a place of pleasure. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A vvhip for an ape, or, Martin displaied. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A warning for house-keepers, or, A discovery of all sorts of thieves and robbers which go under these titles. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Warning for married women. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A warning-peice for ingroosers of corne. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Whip for the Devil, or, The Roman conjuror. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Wonderfull discoverie of a terrible plot against Hutl [sic] by the designes of the Lord Digby, many papists and others of the malignant party. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A word of advice to the two new sheriffs of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A worthy example of a vertuous wife. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A yong-mans most earnest affection to his sweetheart. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. A Yorkshire tragedy. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Absolon's IX worthies, or, A key to a late book or poem, entituled A.B. & A.C. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Acts made in the first Parliament of our most high and dread soveraign Charles, by the grace of God King of Great Britane, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Adam Bell, Clim of the Clough, and William of Cloudesle. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Additionals to The mystery of Jesuitisme. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Admirable and notable things of note. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Aduise giuen by a Catholike gentleman, to the nobilitie & commons of France, to ioyne together, and take armes speedily (by commandement of the King) against theeues and robbers, which are now abroade ruining the poore people. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Advice to a painter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Advice to a painter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Advice to the maidens of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Advice to the painter's adviser. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Advice to young gentlemen, or, An answer to The ladies of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An abridgment of the late Remonstrance of the army. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An abstract of some branches of His Maiesties late charter, granted to the tobacco-pipe makers of VVestminster, declaring His Maiesties pleasure touching that manufacture, and also all persons whom it may concern. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An account of severall things that passed between His Sacred Majesty and Richard Hubberthorne Quaker on the fourth of June 1660. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An account of the present persecution of the Church in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Account of the proceedings against Samuel Johnson. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An account of the tryal and examination of Joan Buts, for being a common witch and inchantress, before the Right Honourable Sir Francis Pemberton, Lord Chief Justice, at the assizes holden for the burrough of Southward and county of Surrey, on Monday, March 27, 1682. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An account of what passed at the execution of the late Duke of Monmouth on Wednesday the 15th of July, 1685, on Tower-Hill. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An act for granting an additional duty on tobacco. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An act for restraining and punishing privateers and pyrates. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An act for suppressing the detestable sins of incest, adultery and fornication. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An admonishion to the bishoppes of VVinchester, London and others. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An aduice. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An answeare for the time, vnto that foule, and wicked defence of the censure, that was giuen vpon M. Charkes booke, and Meredith Hanmers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An answer (to a printed paper dispersed by Sir John Maynard entituled, The humble petition of the owners and commoners of the towne of Isleham in the county of Cambridge, and to the exceptions thereto annexed against the Act for the dreyning of the great level of the fennes). EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Answer to a book intituled, The doctrine and discipline of divorce, or, A plea for ladies and gentlewomen, and all other maried [sic] women against divorce. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An answer to a certain godly man[n]es lettres. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An answer to a paper set forth by the coffee-men directed to the Honourable, the Commons in Parliament assembled. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An answer to the author of the Letter to a member of the convention. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An answer to the Geneva ballad. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An antiquodlibet, or, An aduertisement to beware of secular priests. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Apology and advice for some of the clergy, who suffer under false and scandalous reports. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An apology for the Protestants of France, in reference to the persecutions they are under at this day. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An aunswere to the proclamation of the rebels in the north. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Elegie upon the death, and in commemoration of the truly honourable and truly learned John Lord Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Enquiry after further satisfaction concerning obeying a change of government beleeved to be unlawfull. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An enquiry into the causes of the miscarriage of the Scots colony at Darien, or, An answer to a libel entituled, A defence of the Scots abdicating Darien. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An enterlude of welth, and health. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Epistle to Mr. Dryden. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Epistle to Sr. Richard Blackmore. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An epitome of all the lives of the kings of France. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Epode to his worthy friend, Mr. John Dryden. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An exact abridgement of the records in the Tower of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Exact and necessary catalogue of pentioners in the Long Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An exact and true relation of the dangerous and bloudy fight, betweene His Majesties armie, and the Parliaments forces, neere Kyneton in the countie of Warwick, the 23 of this instant October. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An exact collection of farewel sermons preached by the late London-ministers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An exact description of the growth, quality, and vertues of the leaf tee, alias tay. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An exact narrative of the tryals of the pyrates. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Exact relation of an honovrable victory obtained by the Parliaments forces in Yorkshire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An examination of M. Doctor VVhytgiftes censures, contained in tvvo tables, sett before his booke, entituled The defence of the aunswer to the admonition, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An excellent and a right learned meditacion, compiled in two prayers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Excellent and most-pleasant new sonnet shewing how the goddess Diana transform'd Acteon into the shape of a hart. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An excellent ballad intituled, the constancy of Susanna. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An excellent epitaffe of syr Thomas wyat. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An excellent new ditty, or, Which proveth that women the best warriers be, for they made the devill from earth for to flee. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An excellent receipt to make a compleat common-wealth-oleo, or (if you please) a new senate fitted to the English-man's palate. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Excellent song called The shooe-makers travel. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An experimentall discoverie of Spanish practises, or, The counsell of a well-wishing souldier, for the good of his prince and state. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Hvmble petition and remonstrance presented unto both the high and honourable Houses of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An ode upon the glorious and successful expedition of His Highness the Prince of Orange, now King of England, who landed Novemb. 5, 1688. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An Oration or funerall sermon vttered at Roome, at the buriall of the holy Father Gregorie the 13. who departed in Iesus Christ the 11. of Aprill, 1585. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. An ordinance made and agreed by the Lords and Commons of Parliament the 28th day of August 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Anacreon done into English out of the original Greek. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Anti-Coton, or, A Refutation of Cottons letter declaratorie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Antipus. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Antvverpes vnitye. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Any thing for a quiet life, or, The Married mans bondage to a curst wife. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Argumentum anti-normannicum, or, An argument proving, from ancient histories and records, that William, Duke of Normandy, made no absolute conquest of England by the Sword, in the sense of our modern writers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Arthur of Brytayn. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles deuisid by the holle consent of the kynges moste honourable counsayle, his gracis licence opteined therto, not only to exhorte, but also to enfourme his louynge subiectis of the trouthe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles exhibited in Parliament against William Archbishop of Canterbury, 1640. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles for instruction of all the Viceadmiralles within the realme, howe to proceade for the preseruation of the quiet trade of all marchauntes and fysshermen, aswell strangers as Englyshe, resortyng to the seas for exercise of theyr lawfull trades. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of agreement made betweene the French King and those of Rochell, vpon the rendition of the towne, the 24. of October last. 1628. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of impeachment against George Lord Digby. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of peace made and concluded with the Irish rebels and papists. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of treason exhibitted in Parliament against Edward, Earl of Clarendon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens & side-men of every parish within the diocess of Canterbury, in the ordinary visitation of the Most Reverend Father in God, William,. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of visitation and enquiry within the diocess of Chichester, in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Peter, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Chichester. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles of visitation and enquiry within the diocess of Ely. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of by the church-wardens and sworne-men, within the diocesse of Winchester in the visitation of the Reuerend Father in God, Thomas Bishop of Winton, in his triennall visitation, holden 1603. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of in the Diocesse of Norwich. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of in the generall visitation of Edmonde Bisshoppe of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of in the visitation of the moste Reuerend father in God, Matthew, by the sufferaunce of God Archebyshop of Canterbury, Primate of all Englande, and Metropolitane. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of vvithin the diocesse of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of within the dioces of Norwiche, in the metropoliticall visitation of the moste Reuerend father in God, Mathew, by the prouidence of God, Archebyshop of Canterbury. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of within the diocese of Lincoln. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of within the prouince of Canterburie in the metropoliticall visitation of the most reuerend father in God, Edmond Archbishop of Canterburie, primate of all England and metropolitane. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of, in the ordinarie visitation of the most reuerend father in God, George by Gods providence, Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of, vvithin the Diocesse of Sarisbury, in the first visitation of the right reuerend father in God, Martin, by the prouidence of God, Lord Bishoppe of Sarum. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be enquired of, within the prouince of Canterburie, in the metropoliticall visitation of the Moste Reuerende Father in God, Edmonde, Archbishop of Canterburie, primate of all Englande, and metropolitane. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be inquired of in the metropoliticall visitation of the most reverend father, VVilliam, by Gods providence, Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury, primate of all England, and metropolitan. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be inquired of in the visitation to be had in the byshopricke of Norwyche, now vacant. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be inquired of vvithin the dioces of Norwich. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Articles to be inquired of, in the first metropoliticall visitation, of the most reuerend father, Richarde by Gods prouidence, archbushop [sic] of Canterbury, and primat of all Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. At the court at Whitehall, the twenty eighth of November, 1677, present the Kings Most Excellent Majesty …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Babylon blazon'd, or, The Jesuit jerk'd. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Bathonia rediviva. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Be it knowne vnto all deuote and faythful people that there hath byne and is erectede foure hosspitals in and aboute the cytie of London …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Bedlam schoolman, or, Some lines made by an English noble man, that was in Bedlam. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Bel-vedére, or, The Garden of the muses. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Blanket-fair, or, The history of Temple Street. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Bloody news from Chelmsford, or, A proper new ballad containing a true and perfect relation of a most barbarous murder. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Bohemica iura defensa. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Brightmans predictions and prophecies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Brittains glory, or, The history of the life and death of K. Arthur, and the adventures of the knights of the Round Table. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King and Queen, a proclamation William R. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation commanding noblemen, knights, and gentlemen of quality, to repayre to their mansion houses in the country, to attend their seruices, and keepe hospitality, according to the ancient and laudable custome of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation concerning ale-houses. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure concerning the dissoluing of the present conuention of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure concerning the dissoluing of the present conuention of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation declaring the cessation of hostility and preserving an entire amity between His Majesty and the King of Spain. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation declaring the confirmation of the treaties and continuance of the amity and commerce between the crowns of England and Portugal. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for calling home such of His Majesties subjects as are now abroad in the dominions or service of His Majesties enemies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for preuention and restraint of the abuses and inconueniences occasioned by dying with logwood. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for quieting possessions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for reforming the abuses in making of gold and siluer threed within this realme. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for the adjournement of part of Michaelmas terme. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for the avoyding of all intercourse betweene His Maiesties Royall Court and the cities of London and Westminster, and places adioyning. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for the banishing of Giles Mompesson. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for the discovery and apprehension of Don Philip Hellen, alias Fitz-gerald. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for the discovery and apprehension of the Earl of Bristol. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation for the maintenance and encrease of the mines of saltpeter, and the true making of gunpowder, and reforming abuses concerning the same. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation prohibiting the keeping of Bartholomew Fair, and Sturbridge Fair. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King, a proclamation to restraine the planting of tobacco in England and VVales. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the King. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, a proclamation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Lords Justices of England, a proclamation …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Lords Justices, a proclamation …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. A proclamation to represse all piracies and depredations vpon the seas. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queene. Whereas by diuerse and sundrie proclamations heeretofore published … restraint was giuen and made, that no shippes, crayres, uessels, shipmasters, mariners or sea-faring men whatsoeuer, of this realme of England, or the Teritories of the same …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Queenes Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. The Quenes maiestie considering howe necessary it is and pleasynge to almyghtye God, to haue concorde and peace with al princes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. The Quenes Maiestie perceauing, that not withstandyng the notorious offence of Thomas Cobham, committed on the seas, against certayne subiectes of her good brother the Kynge of Spayne …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. By the Quene. Where of late order hath ben geuen by the Quenes Maiesties commaundement, to sundry portes of this realme. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Caltha poetarum, or, The bumble bee. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Canaans calamitie Ierusalems misery, or, The dolefull destruction of faire Ierusalem by Tytus, the sonne of Vaspasian Emperour of Rome, in the yeare of Christs incarnation 74. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Canons and constitutions ecclesiasticall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Canterburies conscience convicted, or, His dangerous projects and evill intents tending to the subversion of religion detected. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Canterbury's vvill. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Canterbvries dreame. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Catalogus variorum & insignium librorum instructissimæ bibliothecæ clarissimi doctissimiq; Viri Thomæ Manton, S.T.D. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini in in ædibus defuncti in vico regio prope Covent-Garden, Martis 25. Per Gulielmum Cooper, bibliopolam. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Cato translated grammatically. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Cato variegatus, or, Catoes morall distichs. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Celia's triumph, or, Venus dethron'd. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Certain disquisitions and considerations representing to the conscience the unlawfulnesse of the oath, entituled, A solemn League and Covenant for reformation &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Certaine choise and remarkable observations. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Certayne chapters of the prouerbes of Salomon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Certayne psalmes chosen out of the psalter of Dauid, commonlye called the.vii. penytentiall psalmes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Certayne sermons, or homelies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Chastities conquest, or, No trusting before marriage. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Cheapsides triumphs, and Chyrones Crosses lamentation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Choice new songs, never before printed. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Choice of inuentions, or, Seuerall sorts of the figure of three. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Chorus poetarum, or, Poems on several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Christ on his throne, or, Christs church-government briefly laid downe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Christes bloodie sweat, or, The Sonne of God in his agonie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Christmas lamentation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Clods carroll, or, A proper new iigg. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Coffee-houses vindicated in ansvver to the late published Character of a coffee-house. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Collectanea chymica. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Come buy this new ballad, before you doe goe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Commendatory verses on the author of The two Arthurs. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Considerations vpon the treaty of marriage between England and Spain. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Constance of Cleveland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Constitutions and canons ecclesiasticall;. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Coridons commendation in the praise of his loue the faire Phillis. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Corinna, or, Humane frailty. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Cuckolds haven, or, The marry'd mans miserie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Dauids Psalter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Davids troubles remembred. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Deat[hs] dance. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Delectable demaundes, and pleasaunt questions, with their seuerall aunswers, in matters of loue, naturall causes, with morall and politique deuises. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Diana's darling, or, The modish courtier …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Dolefvll nevves from Edinborough in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Dolus an virtus?, or, An answer to a seditious discourse concerning the religion of England and the settlement of reformed Christianity in its due latitude. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Eikon basilike. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England, France and Ireland … to all and singuler archbishops, bishops …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Enchiridion, seu, Fasciculus adagiorum selectissimorum, or, A manuall of the choysest adagies, collected out of the most ancient poets and philosophers, neuer before translated into English, with the proper sense and application. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Englands complaint to Iesus Christ, against the bishops canons. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Englands Helicon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Englands object, or, Good and true newes to all true-hearted subjects for the taking and apprehending of that horrid deluding sower of sedition, Hugh Peters, by the name of Thomson, in Southwarke, Saturday, September the first. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Ephemeris parliamentaria, or, A faithfull register of the transactions in Parliament in the third and fourth years of the reign of our late Sovereign Lord, King Charles. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Epistolary poems, on several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Epitaphs vpon the vntymelie death of that hopefull, learned, and religious youth, Mr VVilliam Michel. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Esops eables [sic]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Essayes upon several subjects not unworthy consideration in these times. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Examen poeticum. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Exceeding joyfull nevves from the Earl of Essex, being a true and reall relation of his incompassing the Kings army neare the city of Oxford, Decemb. 7, and the great skirmish which they had at the same time. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Fables of Æsop and other eminent mythologists. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Factum, or, Rehearsall of the whole cause, with proofes and reasons to maintaine and defend it. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Fair Cynthia's sorrowful sighs. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Fair vvarning, or, The burnt child dreads the fire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Faire fall all good tokens, or, A pleasant new song not common to be had, which will teach you to know good tokens from bad. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Female falshood, or, The Unfortunate beau. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Fond loue why dost thou dally, or, The passionate louers ditty. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Forasmuche as the tyme wherein common interludes in the Englishe tongue ar wont vsually to be played. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Forced divinity, or, Two sermons preached by the compulsion of two sorts of sinners, viz. drunkards & theives. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Fortunes tennis-ball. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Fourteen papers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. From our half years meeting in Dublin, the 9th 10th and 11th days of the 9th month 1691. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Funerals of a right reuerend father in God Patrick Forbes of Corse, Bishop of Aberdfne [sic]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Further reasons for inlarging the trade to Russia. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Generall demands concerning the late covenant. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. God's judgments against whoring. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Good admonition, or, To al sorts of people this counsell I sing. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Good counsells for the peace of reformed churches. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Good newes from Colonel Hollis his regiment. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Good sir, you wrong your britches. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Grand plvtoes remonstrance, or, The devill horn-mad at Roundheads and Brownists. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Graphautarkeia, or, The Scriptures sufficiency practically demonstrated. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Gratiae theatrales, or, A choice ternary of English plays. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Great news from the west of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Greenes funeralls. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Greuous grones for the poore. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Gutta podrica, a treatise of the gout. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. He tes anthologias anthologia. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Hactenus inaudita, or, Animadversions upon the new found way of curing the small pox. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Halfe a dozen of good vvives. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Heads of agreement assented to by the united ministers in and about London, formerly called Presbyterian and Congregational. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Hels torments, and heavens glorie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Henry by the grace of God kyng of Engl[ãd] and of France, and lord of Ireland, to all and syngular archebisshops & bysshops, abbattis … to whome these psent letters shall com sendeth grettyng. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Henry the Second, King of England, with The death of Rosamond. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here after folowith the boke callyd the myrroure of Oure Lady. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here after folows the hystorye of Gesta Romanorum. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here beginneth a song of the Lordes Supper. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begyn[n]eth a newe treatyse deuyded in thre parties. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth a dialogue betwene the comen secretary and Ielowsy touchynge the vnstablenes of harlottes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth a lytel treatyse called the Dysputacyon or co[m]playnt of the herte thorughe perced with the lokynge of the eye. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth a lytell boke, that speketh of purgatorye. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth a lytle boke named the Schole house of women. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth a newe boke of medecynes intytulyd or callyd the Treasure of pore men. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth a treatyse agaynst pestele[n]ce [and] of ye infirmits. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth the boke intituled Eracles, and also of Godefrey of Boloyne. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth the book of the subtyl historyes and fables of Esope. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth the kalendre of the newe legende of Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth the lyfe of the blessed martyr Saynte Thomas. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here begynneth the prologue or prohemye of the book callid Caton. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here fynyssheth the boke yf [sic] Eneydos. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Here is a true and perfect relation from the Faulcon at the banke-side. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Hereafter ensue certayne statut[es] and ordenau[n]ces of warre made ordeyned enacted [and] establysshed by the most noble victoryous, and moste Cristen prynce our moste drade soueraygne lorde Kynge Henry the. viij. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus his Divine pymander. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Hier begynneth the book callid the myrrour of the worlde …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Hier begynneth the booke callyd the Myrrour of the worlde …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. His Maiesties passing through the Scots armie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. His Maiesties speciall command under the great seale of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. His Maiesties speech to both houses of Parliament, July the 5th 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. His Majesties declaration. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. His Majesties gracious letter to the Parliament of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. His Majesties speech on the scaffold at White-Hall on Tuesday last Jan. 30 before the time of his coming to the block of execution. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. His Majesties speech to both Houses of Parliament December the second 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Hocus Pocus Junior, the anatomy of legerdemain, or, The art of jugling. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Humble and modest proposals tender'd to the consideration of both houses of Parliament, for uniting the Protestant interest in the nation for the present age, and preventing our divisions for future. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. I tell you John Iarret, you'l breake. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Iames by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Ichabod, or, Five groans of the church. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Ieremy the prophete. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. In the yere of thyncarnacion of our lord Ih[es]u crist M.CCCC.lxxx. and in the xx. yere of the regne of kyng Edward the fourthe, atte requeste of dyuerce gentilmen I haue endeauourd me to enprinte the cronicles of Englond. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. In this tretyse that is cleped Gouernayle of helthe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Informations, or, A protestation, and a treatise from Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Iniunctions geven by the Quenes Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Iniunctions giuen by the most reuerende father in Christ, Edmonde by the prouidence of God, Archbishop of Yorke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Iniunctions giuen by the Reuerend Father in Christ John by Gods prouidence, Bishop of Sarisburie [sic], aswel to the cleargie, as to the churche wardens and enquirers of euerye seueral parish, aswel of his peculiar as general iurisdiction within and of the diocesse of Sarum to be obserued and kept of euery of them in their offices and callings, as to them shal appertaine, for the aduauncement of Gods honor, thincrease of vertue, and good order to be continued within his sayd diocesse, and the same to be enquired of and put in vse by all the Archdeacons, commissaries, and other officers excercising ecclesiastical iurisdiction vnder the sayde Bishop. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Italy in its original glory, ruine, and revival. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Jack vp Lande. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Jehovah. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Jemmy return'd, or, The nations joy. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Joan's ale is new, or, A new merry medly …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. July 22. Numb. 41. More newes of the Duke of Brunswick. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. July 29. Numb. 42. More newes of the good successe of the Duke of Brunsvvicke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Jus divinum ministerii evangelici, or, The divine right of the Gospel-ministry. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Kaina kai palaia. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. King Iames his iudgement by way of counsell and advice to all his loving subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. King James his letter and directions to the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury concerning preaching and preachers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Lachrymæ musarum. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Lady Alimony, or, The alimony lady. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Lambeth Faire's ended, or, A description of the Bishops holy ghost lately set to sale at Lambeth Faire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Lamentable newes from Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Lavves and orders of vvarre. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Laws and ordinances of warre, extablished for the better conduct of the army. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Letter to a friend containing certain observations upon some passages which have been published in a late libell intituled, The third part of no Protestant-plot. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Letters and poems in honour of the incomparable princess, Margaret, Dutchess of Newcastle. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Letters to restraine carrying packets by shippers, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Lex talionis, or, The Law of marque or reprizals. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Liberty of conscience asserted and several reasons rendred why no outward force nor imposition ought to be used in matters of faith and religion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Londons liberties, or, A learned argument of law and reason, before the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Council, at Guild-Hall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Longe paruula. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Looke vp and see vvonders. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Loue without lucke, or, The maidens misfortune. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Love given o're, or, A satyr against the pride, lust, and inconstancy &c. of woman. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Love in a maze, or, The young-man put to his dumps. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Love letters between Polydorus, the Gothick king, and Messalina, late Queen of Albion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Luctus britannici, or, The tears of the British muses for the death of John Dryden, Esq., late poet laureat to Their Majesties, K. Charles and K. James the Second. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Lusts dominion, or, The lascivious queen. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Manes presbyteriani, or, The monuments of the Kirk. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Mar-Martine. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Marre Mar-Martin, or, Marre-Martins medling, in a manner misliked. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Massachusetts, or, The first planters of New-England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Matters of great note and consequence. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Memoriæ honoratissimi domini Francisci, Baronis de Verulamio, Vice-Comitis Sancti Albani sacrum. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Memoriae sacrum Lanceloti Davves S:T:D:. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Mercuries message, or, The coppy of a letter sent to William Laud, late Archbishop of Canterbury, now prisoner in the Tower. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Merie tales newly imprinted [and] made by Master Skelton Poet Laureat. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Miltons republican-letters. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Miscellany poems upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Miscellany poems. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Miscellany poems. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Miscellany poems. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Misery to bee lamented, or, A doleful relation of the sad accident which befell Lawrence Cawthorn. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Mohammedis imposturæ. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Most fearefull and strange nevves from the bishoppricke of Dvrham. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Mount Taraghs triumph, 5 Iuly, 1626. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Mr. Speakers speech before the King in the Lords House of Parliament July the third 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Mr. Speakers speech with His Majesties speech to both Houses of Parliament at the passing of the bill for tonnage and poundage. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Much a-do about nothing. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Mundorum explicatio, or, The explanation of an hieroglyphical figure. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Musica transalpina. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Musica transalpina. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Nature's cabinet unlock'd. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Neglected virtue, or, The unhappy conqueror. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Nevves from sea, of tvvo notorious pyrats Ward the Englishman and Danseker the Dutchman. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Nevves out of the coast of Spaine. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Nevves sent to the Ladie Princesse of Orenge. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Nevvs from Ostend, or, The Souldiers loving letter to his sweet-heart in London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Nevvs from Sir John Svckin being a relation of his conversion from a papist to a Protestant. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Nevvs from St. John Street,. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. New propositions from the King of Scotland to the Parliament of that kingdom. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. New propositions propounded at the Kings royall court at Holmby, betwixt the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and Mr. Marshall and Mr. Caryll. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. New propositions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Newes from Sally. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Newes from Scotland, declaring the damnable life and death of Doctor Fian. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Newes from Scotland, His Maiesties manifest touching the Palatine cause. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. News from Dunkirk-House, or, Clarendon's farewell to England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. News from Pannier-alley, or, A True relation of some pranks the devil hath play'd with a plaster-pot there. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. News from sea, or, The takeing of the cruel pirate,. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. No-body, and some-body. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Now she that I louyd trewly. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Now we the lord lieutenant and Council, in pursuance of His Majesties said letters, and by virtue of the said clause in the act explaining the Act of Settlement, do by this our act of Council, give and grant general licence and leave to all and every His Majesties Roman Catholic subjects …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Odes and elogies upon divine and moral subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Of the imitation of Christ, three, both for wisedome, and godlines, most excellent bookes; made 170. yeeres since by one Thomas of Kempis, and for the worthines thereof oft since translated out of Latine into sundrie languages by diuers godlie and learned men:. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. On Saynt Andrewes day. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Orders taken the x. day of October. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Ordinances made by the Right Honourable Sir Francis Bacon … being then Lord Chancellor. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Our sauiour Iesus Christ hath not ouercharged his chirche with many ceremonies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Outlandish proverbs. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Palmerin D'Oliua. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Pathose, or, An inward passion of the pope for the losse of hys daughter the masse. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Pendragon, or, The carpet knight his kalendar. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Persecvtion inconsistant with Christianity, humane society, and the honor of princes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Pharmacopæia Londinensis, or, The London dispensatory. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Philanax Protestant, or, Papists discovered to the King as guilty of those traiterous positions and practises which they first insinuated into the worst Protestants and now charge upon all. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Philogamus. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Pimlyco, or, Runne Red-cap. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Piso's conspiracy, a tragedy acted at the Duke's theatre. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Pleasant quippes for vpstart nevvfangled gentle-vvomen. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Poemata varii argumenti. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Poems by several hands, and on several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Poems on affairs of state. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Poems on several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Poems to the memory of that incomparable poet Edmond Waller Esquire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Protesters no subverters, and presbyterie no papacie, or, A vindication of the protesting brethren, and of the government of the kirk of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Raillerie a la mode consider'd, or, The supercilious detractor. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Rapta Tatio. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Reason and judgement, or, Special remarques of the life of the renowned Dr. Sanderson, late Lord Bishop of Lincoln. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Reasons humbly offer'd for a law to enact the castration of popish ecclesiastics, as the best way to prevent the growth of popery in England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Rede me and be nott wrothe for I saye no thynge but trothe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Reformation of church-government in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Remarkeable passages, first a prayer for the Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Remarks on The life of Mr. Milton. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Remarks upon the most eminent of our antimonarchical authors and their writings. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Remarques upon a late printed speech under the name of Sir Charles Sidley. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Reports or causes in Chancery. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Reports, or, New cases. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Revenge for honour. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Robin Hood and the tanner, or, Robin Hood met with his match …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Rome for Canterbury, or, A true relation of the birth and life of William Laud Arch-bishop of Canterbury. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Rome rhym'd to death. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Romulus and Hersilia, or, The Sabine war. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Rycharde Rolle hermyte of Hampull in his contemplacyons of the drede and loue of god. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Rythmes against Martin Marre-Prelate. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. S'too him, Bayes, or, Some observations upon the humour of writing Rehearsals transpros'd. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sad and dreadful news from New-England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sad nevves from Black-vvall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sapientia clamitans. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Scrinia Ceciliana, mysteries of state & government. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Septima pars patentium de anno regni Regis Jacobi Secundi quarto. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Several weighty considerations humbly recommended to the serious perusal of all, but more especially to the Roman Catholicks of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Shall I? Shall I? No, no. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Short rules sent by Maister Richard Greenham to a gentlewoman troubled in minde. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sions groans for her distressed, or, Sober endeavours to prevent innocent blood, and to stablish the nation in the best of settlements. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sir Martin Mar-people, his coller of esses. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sir Walter Raleigh sailing in the Low-Lands. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sodom fair, or, The market of the man of sin. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sol in opposition to Saturn, or, A a [sic] short return to a late tragedy call'd The Duke of Guise. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Some considerations about the raising of coin. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Some considerations relating to the enlarging the Russia trade. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Some considerations upon the question, whether the Parliament is dissolved by it's prorogation for 15 months?. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Some seasonable queries, on the third head, viz. A general naturalization. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Songes and sonettes,. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Spencer redivivus containing the first book of the Fairy queen. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Sportive vvit. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. State-poems. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Statutes compyled for the better obseruation of the holy Rule of the most glorious Father and patriarch S. Benedict. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Stella Meridiana Caroli Secundi regis, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Strange and dreadful news from the town of Deptford, in the county of Kent. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Strange and wonderful news from Yowel in Surry. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Strange nevves out of Kent. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Strange nevvs from Shadvvell. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Strange newes of a prodigious monster. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Ta ton Mouson eisodia. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Tarltons jests. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Tarltons newes out of purgatorie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Terrible nevves from York. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The [n]terlude of youth. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Accomplish'd lady's delight in preserving, physick, beautifying, and cookery. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Act of Parliament against religious meetings, proved to be the bishops act, or, A letter of the Arch-bishop of Canterbury to his fellow-bishops, to promote the persecution intended by it. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Age of riddles, or, A true list of certain extraordinary positions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ages of sin, or, Sinnes birth & groweth. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Alcoran of Mahomet. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ancient history of the Septuagint. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ansvver of Mr. Wallers painter, to his many new advisers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ansvver to the buxome virgin, or, The farmer well-fitted, for slighting his first love honest Joan. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The answer of the chancellor, masters and scholars of the Vniversity of Oxford, to the petition, articles of grievance, and reasons of the city of Oxon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Answer to the appeal expounded. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The apologie of the Reformed Churches of France. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Apophthegmes of the ancients. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The appellation of Iohn Knoxe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The apprehension and confession of three notorious witches. Arreigned and by iustice condemned and executed at Chelmes-forde, in the Countye of Essex, the 5. day of Iulye, last past. 1589. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The araignment, examination, confession and iudgement of Arnold Cosbye: vvho wilfully murdered the Lord Burke, neere the towne of Wanswoorth, on the 14. day of this present month of Ianuary and was executed the 17. of the same moneth. 1591. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The arbor of amorous deuises. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Archbishop of Canterbury's instructions to the clergy of the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Argument of the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench concerning the great case of monopolies, between the East-India Company, plantiff, and Thomas Sandys, defendant. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The arguments of Sir Richard Hutton, Knight, one of the judges of the Common Pleas, and Sir George Croke, Knight, one of the judges of the Kings Bench. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The arguments of the Right Honourable, the late Lord Chancellor Nottingham. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ark, its loss and recovery, or, Some meditations on the history recorded in the beginning of I Sam. in meeter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The armes of the tobachonists. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The art of patience and balm of Gilead under all afflictions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Articles of Exeter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The association, agreement and protestation of the counties of Cornvvall and Devon, January 5, 1643. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The bachelers banquet, or, A banquet for bachelers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The begger-boy of the north. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The begynnynge and foundacyon of the holy hospytall, [and] of the ordre of the knyghtes hospytallers of saynt Johan baptyst of Jerusalem. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Bible and Holy Scriptures conteyned in the Olde and Newe Testament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Bishops potion, or, A dialogue betweene the Bishop of Canterbury and his phisitian. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Black box of Roome [sic] opened. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The brides buriall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The briefe content of certayne actes of Parliament, agaynst thinordinate vse of apparell. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The canticles or balades of Salomon, phraselyke declared in Englysh metres. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The carnall professor. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The case of the Earl of Argyle, or, An exact and full account of his trial, escape, and sentence. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Censure of the Rota upon Mr Miltons book, entituled, The ready and easie way to establish a free common-wealth. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The certificate of the deputy lieutenants for county of Warwick. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The character of a pilfering taylor, or, A True anatomy of Monsieur Stich in all his tricks and qualities. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Character of an English-man. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Character of His Royal Highness, William Henry, Prince of Orange. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Character of Queen Elizabeth, or, A full and clear account of her policies, and the methods of her government both in church and state. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The charge of the Scottish Commissioners against Canterburie and the Lieutenant of Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The chimneys scuffle. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Christen rule, or, State of all the worlde from the hyghest to the lowest. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Christian belief. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Christians pattern, or, A divine treatise of the imitation of Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Church of England truly represented. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The coat of arms of N.T. J.F. & R.L. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The collegiat suffrage of the divines of Great Britaine, concerning the five articles controverted in the Low Countries. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The comparison betwene the Antipus and the Antigraphe or answere therunto. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Compleat citt, or, The Man of fashion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Compleat mendicant, or, Unhappy beggar. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Compleat statesman. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The confescion of the fayth of the Sweserla[n]des. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The confession and execution of the five prisoners suffering at Tyburn on Fryday the 16th of March, 1676/7. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The confession and execution of the five prisoners that suffered on the new gallows at Tyburn on Friday the 6th of September, 1678. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The confession and execution of the seven prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 6th of March, 1677/8. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The confession of faith and the larger and shorter catechism. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Confession of the four high-way-men. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The confession or declaration of the ministers or pastors which in the United Provinces are called Remonstrants, concerning the chief points of Christian religion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The confessyon of the fayth of the Germaynes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The constancy of true loue, or, An excellent relation of the vntimely death of tvvo faithfull louers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Contented couckould, or, A Pleasant new songe of a New-castle man. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The copie of a letter written by one in London to his frend concernyng the credit of the late published detection of the doynges of the Ladie Marie of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The coppie of the Anti-Spaniard made at Paris by a French man, a Catholique. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Cornish comedy. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Countrey mans chat. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Country parson's folly, or, The young Dutch woman of Westminster come off with flying colours. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The court of England, or, The preparation for the happy coronation of King William and Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The covenant. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The crowne of all Homers workes Batrachomyomachia or the battaile of frogs and mise. His hymn's - and - epigrams. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Cucking of a scould. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Cunning northerne beggar. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Dæmon of Burton, or, A true relation of strange witchcrafts or incantations lately practised at Burton in the parish of Weobley in Herefordshire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Day-breaking, if not the sun-rising of the Gospell with the Indians in New-England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The dead mans song. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The decisions of the Lords of council & session in the most important cases debate before them. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The declinatour and protestation of the some some-times [sic] pretended bishops, presented in face of the last Assembly. Refuted and found futile, but full of insolent reproaches, and bold assertions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Delights of the bottle, or, The town-galants declaration for women and wine. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The demands of His Excellency Tho. Lord Fairfax and the Generall Councell of the Army, in prosecution of the late remonstrance to the two houses of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Deputies ghost, or, An Apparition to the Lord of Canterbury in the Tower. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The description of a monstrous pig. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The dilucidation of the late commotions of Turkey. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The discontented married man, or, A merry new song that was pend in foule weather, of a scould that could not keep her lips together. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Doubting virgins satisfaction, or, The Maids answer. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Duke of Monmouth's kind answer to his mournful dutchess complaint, in the time of his absence. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The dying speeches of several excellent persons, who suffered for their zeal against popery, and arbitrary government. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Dying speeches, letters and prayers &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Easter wedding, or, The Bridegooms joy and happiness compleated in his kind and constant bride …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The edict or proclamation set forthe by the Frenche Kinge vpon the pacifying of the troubles in Fraunce, with the articles of the same pacification. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Elephant's speech to the citizens and countrymen of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The entertainment of the high and mighty monarch Charles King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, into his auncient and royall city of Edinburgh, the fifteenth of Iune, 1633. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The epistles and gospelles with a brief postil vpon the same from after Easter tyll Aduent, which is the somer parte. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The epitaffe of the moste noble [and] valyaunt Iasper late duke of Beddeforde. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Examination and confession of certaine wytches at Chensforde in the countie of Essex. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The examination of John Walsh. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The exemplification of the Queenes Maiesties letters pattents directed for the reliefe of Gregory Pormorte, marchant of the towne of Kingstone vpon Hull, to her Maiesties louing subiects within this realme, for one year. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The fables of young Æsop, with their morals. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The fair maid of Islington, or, The London vintner over-reach'd. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The famous and remarkable history of Sir Richard Whittington. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The famous historie of Fryer Bacon. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The famous ratketcher. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Fatal discovery, or, Love in ruines. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The fayre mayde of the Exchange. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Female advocate, or, An ansvver to a late satyr against the pride, lust and inconstancy, &c. of woman. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The female warrior. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The fift lampe of virginitie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The finall protest, and sence of the citie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The first book of Amadis of Gaule. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The first part of Ieronimo. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The first part of the true and honorable historie, of the life of Sir Iohn Old-castle, the good Lord Cobham. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The first parte of Pasquils apologie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The fourme of the proclamations to be published in the port townes, and market townes, or other publique places, within the limittes of the commission geuen by the Queenes Maiestie, the first of March, 1571. to sundry persons of credite, for reformation of disorders vpon the sea coastes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Frenchmens vvonder, or, The battle of the birds …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The full tryals, examination, and condemnation of four notorious witches at the assizes held at Worcester, on Tuesday the 4th of March. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The fundamental constitutions of Carolina. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The generall demands, of the reverend doctors of divinitie, and ministers of the Gospell in Aberdene, concerning the late covenant, in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The genuine epistles of the apostolical fathers, S. Barnabas, S. Ignatius, S. Clement, S. Polycarp, the Shepherd of Hermas, and the matyrdoms of St. Ignatius and St. Polycarp,. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Glorious progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Golden age, or, An Age of plaine-dealing. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The golden meane. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The gospelles of dystaues. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The gossips meeting, or, The merry market-women of Taunton. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The grand pyrate, or, The life and death of Capt. George Cusack, the great sea-robber. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The great wonders that are chaunced in the realme of Naples. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Gunpowder-treason. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The happy lovers pastime. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The harmony of the muses, or, The gentlemans and ladies choisest recreation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Hartford-shire wonder, or, Strange news from vvare. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The heads of the judges arguments for the deceased Duke of Norfolk. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The history of kyng Boccus, [and] Sydracke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The History of Sir Eger, Sir Grahame, and Sir Gray-Steel. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Hollanders declaration of the affaires of the East Indies, or, A true relation of that which passed in the Ilands of Banda, in the East Indies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Holy fast of Lent defended against all its prophaners, or, A discourse shewing that Lent-fast was first taught the world by the apostles, as Dr. Gunning, now Bishop of Ely learnedly proved in a sermon printed by him in the year 1662 by His Majesties special command. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The honorable, pleasant and rare conceited historie of Palmendos. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The housholders new-yeeres gift. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The humble address of the corporation of Trinity-House. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The humble and vnfained confessio[n] of the belefe of certain poore banished men. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The humble representation of the Commission of the Generall Assembly to the Honourable Estates of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The humble request of His Majesties loyall subjects, the governour and the company late gone for Nevv-England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The hystory of the two valyaunte brethren Valentyne and Orson, sonnes vnto the Emperour of Grece. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The imitation of Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The imitation or following of Christ, and the contemning of worldly vanities. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The inrichment of the vveald of Kent, or, A direction to the husbandman, for the true ordering, manuring, and inriching of all the grounds within the wealds of Kent and Sussex. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The intentions of the army of the kingdome of Scotland, declared to their brethren of England, by the commissioners of the late parliament, and by the generall, noblemen, barons, and others, officers of the army. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ioy of tears, or, Cordials of comfort. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ioyful and royal entertainment of the ryght high and mightie Prince, Frauncis the Frenche Kings only brother. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Ioyfull peace concluded betweene the King of Denmarke and the King of Sweden by the meanes of our most worthy soueraigne, Iames, by the grace of God, King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland, etc. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The iust dovvn[fall of] ambition, adultery, and murder. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Jesuites exaltation, or, A preparation for a turn at Tyburn. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Jesuites intrigues. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Jesuits Gospel according to Saint Ignatius Loiola. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Jesuits loyalty, manifested in three several treatises lately written by them against the oath of allegeance. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The King of Denmarks resolvtion concerning Charles, King of Great Britain. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Kings cabinet opened, or, Certain packets of secret letters & papers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Kings letter intercepted coming from Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Kings Maiesties speech, as it was delivered the second of November before the vniversity and city of Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Kings most gracious messages for peace and a personal treaty. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The knot unty'd, or, The association disbanded. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The lame[n]tacion of England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The lamentable and true tragedie of M. Arden of Feuersham in Kent. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Lamentable ditty of Little Mousgrove, and the Lady Barnet. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The lamentation of a new married man briefely declaring the sorrow and grief that comes by warrying [sic] a young wanton wife. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The last speech and carriage of the Lord Russel, upon the scaffold, &c. on Saturday the 21st of July, 1683. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The late King James his letter to his Privy Council of Scotland, with their answer, in reference to his indulgence containing his absolute power without reserve. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The lawes against vvitches, and conivration. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The laws and acts made in the fifth session of the first Parliament of Our Most High and Dread Soveraign William, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The laws and acts made in the first Parliament of our most high and dread soveraign James VII by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The laws and acts made in the second session of the First Parliament of our most high and dread soveraign James VII by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The letters from His Maiesty, and from the officers of His Majesties army, to the Earle of Essex at Lestithen, inviting him to peace and his refusall thereof. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The life and death of Levvis Gaufredy. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The life and death of Sir Hugh of the Grime. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Life of Boetius. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Life of that incomparable princess, Mary, our late sovereign lady, of ever blessed memory. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The light upon the candlestick. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The linnen and woollen manufactory discoursed. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The liues, apprehensions, arraignments, and executions, of the 19. late pyrates. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The lofty bishop, the lazy Brovvnist, and the loyall author. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The London lasses folly, or, The maiden beguil'd. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The London prodigall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The lovers delight, or, A pleasant pastorall sonnet to a new court tune. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The loves of Hero and Leander. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The lyfe of the most godly, valeant and noble capteine and maintener of the trew Christian religion in Fraunce, Iasper Colignie Shatilion, sometyme greate admirall of Fraunce. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The mad-merry prankes of Robbin Good-fellow. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The maidens complaint of her loves inconstancie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Mall, or, The modish lovers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The map of Mock-begger Hall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The meeting of gallants at an ordinarie, or, The walkes in Powles. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The merchants daughter of Bristow. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Merrie historie, of the thrie friers of Ber[wic]ke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The merry cuckold. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The merry deuill of Edmonton. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Miser mump'd of his gold, or, The Merry frolick of a lady of pleasure in Bartholomew-fair. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The mistaken mid-vvife, or, Mother mid-night finely brought to bed. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The modish London life, or, The merry meeting. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Moral practice of the Jesuites. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The most cruell and bloody murther committed by an Inkeepers wife, called Annis Dell, and her sonne George Dell, foure yeeres since. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The most famous and renowned historie, of that woorthie and illustrous knight Meruine, sonne to that rare and excellent mirror of princely prowesse, Oger the Dane, and one of that royall bond of vnmatchable knighthoode, the twelue peeres of France. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The moste excellent and pleasaunt booke, entituled: The treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The moste notable Historie of John Lorde Mandosse. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The moste pleasaunt historye of Blanchardine, sonne to the King of Friz; & the faire lady Eglantine Queene of Tormaday, (surnamed) the proud ladye in loue. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Murmurers. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Muse of New-market, or, Mirth and drollery. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The new academy of complements. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The new broome. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ninth part of the Mirrour of knight-hood. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ninth tragedie of Lucius Anneus Seneca called Octauia. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Northhampton-shire louer, or, A Pleasant dialogue between a Northampton-shire gentleman and a marchants daughter of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The opinion of Padre Paolo of the Order of the Servites, consultor of state. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The order and solemnitie of the creation of the High and mightie Prince Henrie,. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The ordour and doctrine of the generall faste. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The original papers and letters, relating to the Scots Company, trading to Africa and the Indies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Owles almanacke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Paris gazette. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Parliaments resolution to the citizens of London concerning His Majesties proceedings. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The passage of our most drad Soueraigne Lady Quene Elyzabeth through the citie of London to westminster the daye before her coronacion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Passion of a discontented minde. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The passionate pilgrime. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Patentee, or, Some reflections in verse on Mr. R---'s forgetting the design of His Majesty's bear-garden at Hockly in the Hole. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The patterne of painefull aduentures. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The petition of the most substantiall inhabitants of the citty of London, and the liberties thereof, to the Lords and Commons for peace. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The philosophers banquet. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The plea of the harmless oppressed, against the cruel oppressor. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The plouumans tale compylled by syr Geffrey Chaucher knyght. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Popes pittiful lamentation, for the death of his deere darling Don Ioan of Austria. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The power of vvitchcraft. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The practyse of cyrurgyons of Mountpyller. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Praise of sailors. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The prayse of nothing. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The principal nauigations, voyages, traffiques and discoueries of the English nation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The principles of truth. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The priviledges and practice of parliaments in England. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The problemes of Aristotle. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Proceedings against the Lord Russel upon his tryal for high-treason, at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily, on the 13th. of this instant July, for conspiring against the life of the King, to levy war and rebellion, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The proceedings in the House of Commons, touching the impeachment of Edward, late Earl of Clarendon, Lord High-Chancellour of England, Anno 1667. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The proclamacion made and de[vised by the] kynges hyghnesse our soueraygne lorde and his honorable counsaile …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The promisse of matrimonie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Protestants' doom in popish times. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The protestation of the Generall Assemblie of the Church of Scotland, and of the noblemen, barons, gentlemen, borrowes, ministers and commons; subscribers of the Covenant, lately renewed, made in the high Kirk, and at the Mercate Crosse of Glasgow, the 28, and 29. of November 1638. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Psalmes of David the king and prophet. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Psalter of Dauid in Englyshe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Quaker turn'd Jevv. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Queenes Maiestie hauyng not long since geuen her louyng subiectes knowledge by proclamation, of certayne forrayne coynes of golde brought into this realme, of muche lesse value then Angels of golde of this realme, and yet stamped so like to the same Angels, as it was harde without diligent markynge therof …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Queenes Maiestie hearyng by reporte of some of the subiectes of her good brother the kyng of Spayne, that notwithstandyng both the seueritie of iustice diuers tymes extended by her maiestie agaynst sundry pirates …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Queenes Maiestie vnderstandyng that certayne malicious persons haue of late tyme caused a report to be made in forren partes, that a great part of such armour and prouisions of warre as by her Maiestie hath of late yeres ben made in Germany for her owne vse, should be transported into the countries of Russia …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Queenes Maiesties entertainement at VVoodstock. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Queens closet opened. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Quenes hyghnes vpon many great considerations for the benfyte of her common weale, dothe wyyll and straigtlye commaund al maner of persons of what condition soeuer they be … to absteyne form kyllyng, dressyng, or eatyng of anye fleshe, vpon all such vsuall fastynge dayes …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Quenes Maiestie vnderstanding that there be certaine persons, hauing in times past the office of ministery in the churche, which nowe do purpose to vse their former office in preaching and ministery …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The remonstrance of the nobility, barrones, burgesses, ministers and commons within the kingdome of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The reporte of a bloudie and terrible massacre in the citty of Mosco. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The representation, propositions, and protestation of divers ministers, elders and professors, for themselves, and in name of many others, well-affected ministers, elders, and people in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Restor'd maiden-head. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The reuengers tragædie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Roman martyrologe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The royal remembrancer, or, A healing letter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Sad condition of a distracted kingdome, expressed, in a fable of Philo the Jew. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Sale of Esau's birth-right, or, The New Buckingham ballad. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The second and third advice to a painter, for drawing the history of our navall actions, the two last years, 1665 and 1666. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The second part of the booke of Christian exercise, appertayning to resolution, or, A Christian directory, guiding all men vnto their saluation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The second part of the first booke of the Myrrour of knighthood. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The second part of the Myrror of knighthood. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The second tome of homilees. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The seconde parte of the booke of Christian exercise, appertayning to resolution, or, A Christian directorie, guiding all men to their saluation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Secret history of the four last monarchs of Great-Britain, viz. James I, Charles I, Charles II, James II. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The sentence of Samuel Johnson. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The seueral rates and taxations for wages, made [and] set forth by the Iustices of peace of the Countie of Rutland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A true and perfect relation of a sad accident which befel Mr. Freeland at the Kings-head in Petticoat-Lane near White-Chappel-Bars on Friday last, Jully 20, 1666. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The shepardes kalender. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Siluer age, or, The VVorld turned backward. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The sixt lampe of virginitie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The sixth booke of the Myrrour of knighthood. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Songs to the new play of Don Quixote. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The sorrowful lamentation of the widdows of the west for the death of their deceased husbands …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The sovereigns prerogative and the subjects priviledge. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Spanish decameron, or, Ten novels …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The statutes prohemium Iohannis Rastell. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The story of David and Berseba. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The strange and marueilous newes lately come from the great kingdome of Chyna. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The summarie of certaine reasons. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The surfeit. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The svpplication of all the papists of England to King James at his first comming to the crowne for a tolleration of their religion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The testament of the twelve patriarchs, the sons of Jacob. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The testaments of the [twelue] patriarches. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The third advice to a painter, how to draw the effigies of the whore of Rome. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The third part of the first booke, of the Mirrour of knighthood. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The tragedye of Solyman and Perseda. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The treasury of deuotion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The trimming of Thomas Nashe Gentleman, by the high-tituled patron Don Richardo de Medico campo, barber chirurgion to Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The triumph of truth. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The true and originall copy of the first petition which was delivered by Sir David Watkins, Mr. Shute. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The True effigies of the monster of Malmesbury, or, Thomas Hobbes in his proper colours. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The true reporte of the forme and shape of a monstrous childe, borne at Muche Horkesleye. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The true state and condition of the kingdom of Ireland sent to the House of Commons from their committee there. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The tryal, condemnation, and execution of three vvitches. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The tryals of Joseph Dawson, Edward Forseith, William May, [brace] William Bishop, James Lewis, and John Sparkes for several piracies and robberies by them committed. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Two faithfull friends. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Two kinde louers, or, The Maydens resolution and will, to be like her true louer still. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The two noble converts, or, The Earl of Marlborough and the Earl of Rochester. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Two Nottinghamshire lovers, or, The Maid of Standon in Nottinghamshire, and the Leicestershire man. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Un-deceiver. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The unreasonableness of a separation from the new bishops, or, A treatise out of ecclesiastical history. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The vertues of chocolate East-India drink. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Vertues of coffee. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Sharp and others in the South Sea. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The voyce of the Lord in the temple, or, A most strange and wonderfull relation of Gods great power, providence, and mercy, in sending very strange sounds, fires, and a fiery ball into the church of Anthony in Cornwall neere Plimmouth, on Whitsunday last, 1640. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The vvarfare of Christians. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The vvhole Psalter translated into English metre, which contayneth an hundreth and fifty Psalmes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The vvyll of the Deuyll. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Welsh-man's letter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The whole booke of Psalmes. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The witches of Northampton-shire. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Wits, or, Sport upon sport. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The wofull complaint, and lamentable death of a forsaken louer. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Woman turn'd bully. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The wonderful discouerie of the vvitchcrafts of Margaret and Phillip Flower, daughters of Ioan Flower neere Beuer Castle, executed at Lincolne, March 11. 1618. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The wonderful preservation of Gregory Crow. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The wonderful, and most deplorable history of the latter times of the Jews. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The work of God in a dying maid. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. The Young-students-library. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. These are to certifie you that the bearer hereof, by name Angelus Jacobi, a merchant of Cyprus, sayling out of Egypt unto Creet, fell most vnfortunately into the hands of Turkish pirats. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. These be the articles folovvynge the vvhiche the kynges grace hathe pardoned. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. This is the table of the historye of reynart the foxe. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. This prymer of Salysbury vse is set out a long wout ony serchyng. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Threnoikos. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Three partes of Salomon his Song of Songs, expounded. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Three precious teares of blood, flowing from the wounded harts of three great French ladies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Three treatises concerning the Scotish discipline. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Thus endeth the prologue of this book named. Cord’yal. Whiche treteth of the four last and final thinges that ben to come …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Tintinnalogia, or, The art of ringing. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. To all and euery the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men, within the citie, suburbs, and diocesse of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. To poet Bavius. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. To the honourable, the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled, propositions for changing the excise, now laid upon coffee, chacholet, and tea, into an imposition upon those commodities at their importation. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. To the Kings most excellent Maiesty the humble petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. To the ministers and church-wardens of [blank]. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. To the most honourable assembly of knights, citizens, and burgesses of the House of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. To the right reuerend father in God, my verie good lord and brother, the lord bishop of London. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Treason discovered from Holland, or, A discoverie of a most damnable and divellish attempt of two Iesuites and three other Catholiques against the life and person of the Ladie Elisabeth. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. True nevves from one of Sir Fraunces Veres companie. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Trueth triumphant, or, The late conversion of a learned doctor of Sorbon, D. Francis Cupif, Doctor of Diuinite; from poperie, to the profession of the true religion. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Trve nevves from Yorke. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Tvvo letters or embassies. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Tvvo letters. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Tvvo vvise men and all the rest fooles, or, A comicall morall, censuring the follies of this age. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Two hymns for the nativity of Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Two journeys to Jerusalem. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Two letters from Rotterdam. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Two letters from Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Two remarkable and true histories, which hapned this present yeare, 1619. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Two speeches made by the speakers of both Houses of Parliament to His Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax Generall. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Two unfortunate lovers, or, A true relation of the lamentable end of Iohn True, and Susan Mease. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Tydings from Rome, or, Englands alarm. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Undaunted London-Derry, or, The victorious Protestants constant success against the proud French and Irish forces. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Varietie of lute-lessons. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Verses of prayse and ioye. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Vienna's triumph, with the Whigg's lamentation for the overthrow of the Turks. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Votes and resolves of the Commons-House of Parliament Iune 15, July 13, Caroli Regis. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. VVits A.B.C, or, A centurie of epigrams. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Wanton Tom, or, The merry history of Tom Stitch the taylor. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. We the lord lieutenant and Council, do command and proclaim publick humiliation, fasting and prayers to be observed in all parts and parishes within this kingdom, on Wednesday the 17th of April next …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Westerne Wyll upon the debate betweene Churchyarde and Camell. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Westminster-drollery, or, A choice collection of the newest songs & poems both at court and theaters. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Where for the seruice of her Maiestie, and her realme, committed to Sir Walter Raleigh Knight, captaine of her Maiesties garde, to bee done vpon the seas for defence of the realme …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Where sundrie preachers haue latelie come into sundrie places of the diocesse of London, some of them not being ministers …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas by the antient laws and statutes of this realm, great and heady penalties are inflicted upon all such as shall be found to be spreaders of false news, or promoters of any malicious slanders and calumnies in their ordinary and common discourses …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas for sundry good causes and considerations, we have thought it convenient and necessary to prorogue the present Parliament …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas in expectation of conformity to the laws of the land, concerning uniformity of common-prayer and service in the church and the administration of the sacraments …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas on the seventh day of November last we did set out a proclamation whereby we did continue the respective collectors for the respective counties in the said proclamation mentioned, in the execution of the said imployment, as receivers of the quit-rents due to His Majesty …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas Robert Brown vicar of Castle-Lyons, Oliver Parr, Henry Parr, Edward Morly, Dennis Kearny, and John Patt, petitioned us in behalf of themselves, and several other inhabitants of the town of Castle-Lyons in the county of Cork, setting forth that on Wednesday the eleventh of June last, 1662 there hapned in the town of Castle-Lyons a sudden and violent fire …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas Rory Mac Randall Mac Donnell late of the barony of Dungannon in the county of Tyrone, Owen Doo Mac Donnell of the same, Toole Ballagh Mac Donnell late of Croskevenagh in the barony and county aforesaid, [and 16 others] and their complices had in the counties of Monoghan, Antrim, Downe, Tyrone and Londonderry, and other places appeared in armes against His Majesties authority, and several of them committed murders, burglaries, robberies and stealths, besides divers other out-rages to the terror and annoyance of His Majesties loyall and good subjests …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas there was an ordinance made by the late general convention of this kingdom, assembled by His Majesties authority, intituled, an Ordinance for the Speedy Raising of Moneys for His Majesties Service …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Whereas we are highly sensible of the many and great inconveniences, which His Majesties good subjects in this kingdome are too frequently brought under by the multitude of causeless presentments and indictments, which are usually prosecuted at the assizes and sessions, rather out of malice or revenge than for the furtherance of justice …. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. William the Third, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the faith, &c. To all … archbishops, bishops, archdeacons, deans, … greeting. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Wit and drollery. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Wit for money, or, Poet Stutter. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Wits recreations. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Witty apophthegms delivered at several times, and upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. XIIII orders voted by the high court of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous. Young Jemmy. EEBO-TCP.

Anonymous ([1496?]). [Of this chapell se here the fundacyon]. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1497]). Here begynneth a lytell treatyse for to lerne Englysshe and Frensshe. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1510-13] [STC]). Here begynneth a mery geste of the frere and the boye. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1510]). Here begynneth a lytell geste how the plowman lerned his pater noster. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1512-13]). Syr DegoR3. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1520?]). Here begynneth vndo your doR3. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1522]). Of the tryumphe, and the v[er]ses that Charles themperour, and the kyng of England, Henry the.viii. were saluted with, passyng through London. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1540]). A balade agaynst malycyous sclaunderers. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1540]). A brefe apologye or answere to a certen craftye cloynar, or popyshe parasyte, called Thomas Smythe. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([1548]). A Goodly Dyalogue betwene Knowledge and Symplicitie. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([c. 1528]). De cursione lune. Here begynneth the course of the dayes of the moone. TUDOR.

Anonymous ([c. 1545?]). [Here begynneth the Epigrams]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1190-1210). The Owl and the Nightingale. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1190-1210). The Owl and the Nightingale. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1240). Sawles Warde. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1350-1375). Octavian (Lincoln MS). MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1350-1375). Octovian (Cambridge MS). MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1384-1462). An anthology of Chancery English. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1390-1500 C.E). The Constitution of the Iroquois Nation. EarlyUVa.

Anonymous (1400). Pearl. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1400). Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1440). The alliterative Morte ArthuR3. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1440). The York Plays. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1460). The Townley Plays. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1480-1500). The Tale of Rauf Coil. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1485). Everyman. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (1493). [Here begynneth of seint margarete. The blissid lif that is so swete]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1500). Here beginneth a lytel treatyse that sheweth how every man and woman ought to faste on ye wednesday. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1506?). Here begynneth a lytell geste of Robyn hode. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1509). [Elegy on the death of Henry VII]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1509). The fyftene Ioyes of maryage. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1509). The parlyament of deuylles. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1510?). The.iiii. leues of the trueloue. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1510?). Thystory of Iacoby and his twelue sones. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1510). Here begynneth a lytel treatyse of ye byrth and prophecye of Marlyn. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1518?). [Cocke Lorelles bote]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1520? [STC]). Here endeth the complaynte of the louer of cryst Saynt mary Magdaleyn. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1520?). Here begynneth a mery gest and a true howe Johan splynter made his testament. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1520). Here begynneth the lyfe of Ioseph of Armathia. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1521?). Here begynneth a boke of a ghoostly fader, that confesseth his ghoostly chylde, the whiche speketh of the.vii. deedly synnes. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1525?). [Romance of King Alexander]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1525?). He[re] begynneth an interlocucyon / with an argument / betwyxt man and woman …. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1525?). The example of euyll tongues. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1528?). Here begynneth a lyttell treatyse cleped La conusaunce damours. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1529?). The sayinges or prouerbes of king Salomon, with the answers of Marcolphus / tr. out of frenche in to englysshe. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1530?). Here begynneth a dialogue betwene the comen secretary and jelowsy touchynge the vnstablenes of harlottes. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1530). Thus is ended the fantasy of the passyon of ythornsuperscript-e fox, lately in the town of Myre [lacks title-page]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1531? [STC]). Here begynneth a complaynt of a dolorous louer. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1534?). HEre begynneth a lytell propre ieste. Called cryste crosse me spede. a.b.c. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1535?). Here begynneth ythornsuperscript-e new notb[ro]une mayd vpon ythornsuperscript-e passion of cryste. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1536?). The Batayll of Egyngecourte. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1537-1756). "Inventories": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (1538?). A pretye complaynt of Peace that was banyshed out of dyuers countreys. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1540? [STC]). Here is a necessarye treatyse … and hath to name, the maydens crosse rewe. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1540?). This lytle treatyse declareth the study and frutes of Barnes borned in west smyth felde. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1542?). Here begynneth a newe treatyse deuyded in thre parties. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1547). A lamentation of the death of Henry the eyght. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1548? 1549?). A breue cronycle of the bysshope of Romes blessynge, and of his prelates rewardes, from the tyme of kynge Heralde. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1548). The vnion of the two noble and illustrate famelies of Lancastre and Yorke [by Edward Halle]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1548). The vnion of the two noble and illustrate famelies of Lancastre and Yorke [by Edward Halle]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1549?). [O Lord thy word is our sure touchstone]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1553? [STC], 1555? [Ringler]). An Exclamation vpon the erronious and fantasticall sprite of heresy. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1555?). Spare your good. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1561?). Syr TryamouR3. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1565?). Here begynneth the history of the valyent Knyght, Syr Isenbras. TUDOR.

Anonymous (1575). "Gammer Gurton's Needle": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (1575). Gammer Gvrton's nedle. EarlyUVa.

Anonymous (1582). "The New Testament (Rheims 1582)": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (1586?). The Praise of Musicke. NebMusic.

Anonymous (1590-1595). Sir Thomas MoR3. EarlyUVa.

Anonymous (1592). Arden of Faversham. TACT.

Anonymous (1596). Anonymous "Edward III": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (1611). "The King James Bible": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (1619). The wonderful discoverie of the witchcrafts of Margaret and Phillip Flower, daughters of Joan Flower neere Beuer Castle. WWP.

Anonymous (1620). Swetnam, the woman-hater, arraigned by women. WWP.

Anonymous (1620). William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine. EarlyUVa.

Anonymous (1636). The King and Queenes Entertainement at Richmond. R3.

Anonymous (1649). Maryland Toleration Act (1649). EarlyUVa.

Anonymous (1652). Elizas babes: or, the virgins-offering. Being divine poems, and meditations. WWP.

Anonymous (1660). The Return of the King: An Anthology of English Poems Commemorating the Restoration of Charles II. EarlyUVa.

Anonymous (1664). [Scudamore?]: Homer A la Mode (1664). CH.

Anonymous (1665). Monsey: Scarronides (1665). CH.

Anonymous (1672). [Anon.]: Chaucer's ghoast (1672). CH.

Anonymous (1672). A[tkins]: Cataplus (1672). CH.

Anonymous (1673). [Anon.]: Ovidius exulans (1673). CH.

Anonymous (1674). [Anon.]: Hogan-Moganides (1674). CH.

Anonymous (1681). [Scudamore?]: Homer A la Mode, The Second Part. CH.

Anonymous (1683). Dixon, Robert: Canidia (1683). CH.

Anonymous (1684). [Anon.]: Part of Lucian's Dialogues (1684). CH.

Anonymous (1689). Farewell: The Irish Hudibras (1689). CH.

Anonymous (1693). Olinda's adventures. WWP.

Anonymous (1698). [Anon.]: Pendragon (1698). CH.

Anonymous (1704). The female wits: or, the triumvirate of poets at rehearsal. WWP.

Anonymous (1750). The fortunate transport; or, the secret history of the life and adventures of the celebrated Polly Haycock. WWP.

Anonymous (1774). England's tears: a poem. WWP.

Anonymous (1830). Clariodus (1830). CH.

Anonymous (1839). Anon: The Jeaste of Syr Gawayne (1839). CH.

Anonymous (1841–1843). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1841 -1843). CH.

Anonymous (1841). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1841). CH.

Anonymous (1847). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1847). CH.

Anonymous (1856). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1856). CH.

Anonymous (1866). The Romans of Partenay (1866). CH.

Anonymous (1867). [Anon]: Bishop Percy's Folio Ms. (1867). CH.

Anonymous (1867). The Romance of William of Palerne (1867). CH.

Anonymous (1868). [Anon.]: Cheuelere Assigne (1868). CH.

Anonymous (1868). [Anon.]: Havelok the Dane (1868). CH.

Anonymous (1869 & 1874). The "Gest Hystoriale" of the Destruction of Troy (1869 & 1874). CH.

Anonymous (1869). [Anon.]: Arthur (1869). CH.

Anonymous (1871). Joseph of Arimathie (1871). CH.

Anonymous (1872). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1872). CH.

Anonymous (1873–1877). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1873 -1877). CH.

Anonymous (1875-1876). [Anon.]: The Romance of Guy of Warwick (1875-1876). CH.

Anonymous (1876). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1876). CH.

Anonymous (1878). [Anon.]: Alexander and Dindimus (1878). CH.

Anonymous (1878). Generydes (1878). CH.

Anonymous (1879). The English Charlemagne Romances: Part I. Sir Ferumbras (1879). CH.

Anonymous (1880). The English Charlemagne Romances: Part II. The Sege of Melayne (1880). CH.

Anonymous (1881). The Sowdone of Babylone (1881). CH.

Anonymous (1882–1898). [Anon.]: The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (1882-1898). CH.

Anonymous (1882). [Anon.]: Die Fragmente des Trojanerkrieges (1882). CH.

Anonymous (1882). The English Charlemagne Romances: Part VI. The Tail of Rauf Coilyear (1882). CH.

Anonymous (1883-1891). [Anon.]: The Romance of Guy of Warwick (1883-1891). CH.

Anonymous (1886). [Anon.]: Sir Tristrem (1886). CH.

Anonymous (1886). [Anon.]: The Wars of Alexander (1886). CH.

Anonymous (1887). Torrent of Portyngale (1887). CH.

Anonymous (1888). Anon.: The King of Tars (1888). CH.

Anonymous (1889). [Anon.]: Ipomedon (1889). CH.

Anonymous (1889). [Anon.]: Landavall (1889). CH.

Anonymous (1889). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1889). CH.

Anonymous (1890). [Anon.]: Arthour and Merlin (1890). CH.

Anonymous (1890). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1890). CH.

Anonymous (1892). [Anon.]: The History of Roswall and Lillian (1892). CH.

Anonymous (1893). [Anon.]: Le bone Florence of Rome (1893). CH.

Anonymous (1894). [Anon.]: The Romance of Sir Beves of Hamtoun (1894). CH.

Anonymous (1894). Anon.: The Tale of Gamelyn (1894). CH.

Anonymous (1897). [Anon.]: Scottish Alliterative Poems (1897). CH.

Anonymous (1898). [Anon.]: Morte Arthure (1898). CH.

Anonymous (1901). [Anon.]: King Horn (1901). CH.

Anonymous (1901). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1892). CH.

Anonymous (1901). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1901). CH.

Anonymous (1901). [Anon]: Sir Ysumbras (1901). CH.

Anonymous (1901). Anon: Floriz and Blauncheflur (1901). CH.

Anonymous (1902-1903). [Anon.]: The Laud Troy Book (1902-3). CH.

Anonymous (1903). [Anon.]: Le Morte Arthur (1903). CH.

Anonymous (1903). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1903). CH.

Anonymous (1905). [Anon.]: Titus & Vespasian (1905). CH.

Anonymous (1906). [Anon.]: The Romance of Emaré (1906). CH.

Anonymous (1907). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1907). CH.

Anonymous (1911). Anon.: Alexander-Cassamus fragment (1911). CH.

Anonymous (1912 (for 1911)). [Anon.]: Partonope of Blois (1912 for 1911). CH.

Anonymous (1912). [Anon.]: Lancelot of the Laik (1912). CH.

Anonymous (1913). [Anon.]: Middle English Carols (1913). CH.

Anonymous (1913). [Anon.]: Richard the Lionheart (1913). CH.

Anonymous (1913). [Anon.]: Sir Perceval of Gales (1913). CH.

Anonymous (1915). [Anon.]: Sir Orfeo (1915). CH.

Anonymous (1924). [Anon.]: Religious Lyrics of the 14th Century (1924). CH.

Anonymous (1927). [Anon.]: The Seege of Troye (1927). CH.

Anonymous (1930). [Anon.]: Middle English Metrical Romances (1930). CH.

Anonymous (1932). [Anon.]: English Lyrics of the 13th Century (1932). CH.

Anonymous (1932). [Anon.]: The Siege of Jerusalem (1932). CH.

Anonymous (1933). [Anon.]: The seven sages of Rome (1933). CH.

Anonymous (1935). [Anon.]: Firumbras (1935). CH.

Anonymous (1935). [Anon.]: Otuel and Roland (1935). CH.

Anonymous (1936). The Exeter Book (1936). CH.

Anonymous (1937). [Anon.]: Amis and Amiloun (1937). CH.

Anonymous (1942). [Anon.]: The Anglo Saxon Minor Poems (1942). CH.

Anonymous (1949). [Anon.]: The Romance of Sir Degrevant (1949). CH.

Anonymous (1951). [Anon.]: Athelston (1951). CH.

Anonymous (1952-1957). [Anon.]: King Alexander (1952-1957). CH.

Anonymous (1952). [Anon.]: Medieval Carols (1952). CH.

Anonymous (1953). [Anon.]: Middle English Lyrics (1953). CH.

Anonymous (1956). Middle English Apollonius fragment (1956). CH.

Anonymous (1959). [Anon.]: Historical poems (1959). CH.

Anonymous (1964). [Anon.]: Ywain and Gawain (1964). CH.

Anonymous (1964). Anon.: Middle English Lyrics (1964). CH.

Anonymous (1965). The Breton lays in Middle English (1965). CH.

Anonymous (1966). [Anon.]: Middle English verse romances (1966). CH.

Anonymous (1968). [Anon.]: Sir Amadace and The Avowing of Arthur (1968). CH.

Anonymous (1969). [Anon.]: Lybeaus Desconus (1969). CH.

Anonymous (1973). [Anon.]: Of Arthour and of Merlin (1973). CH.

Anonymous (1986-1990). [Anon.]: Gilbert Hay's Buik of Alexander (1986-1990). CH.

Anonymous (1986). [Anon.]: Octovian (1986). CH.

Anonymous (c 1475). "Rauf Coilzear": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (c 1500). "Towneley Mystery Play": electronic edition. TACT.

Anonymous (c. 1310). The Harley Lyrics. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (c. 1390-1400). The Siege of Jerusalem. MiddleUVa.

Anonymous (c. 1515). [Capystranus: A Metrical Romance]. TUDOR.

Anonymous (c. 1525). Here foloweth a lytell treatyse of the Beaute of women newly translated out of Frenshe. TUDOR.

Anonymous (c. 1525). Here is the boke of mayd Emlyn. TUDOR.

Anonymous (c. 1530). The hystory of syr Isenbras. TUDOR.

Anonymous (c. 1540 [STC]). Here beginneth a good lesson for yonge men. TUDOR.

Anonymous (c. 1550). … Alteracions of Kingdoms, for despising of god. TUDOR.

Anonymous (N.D). A merry Ieste of a shrewde and curst Wyfe. R3.

Anonymous ["I.M."] (c. 1550). A ruful complaynt of the publyke weale to Englande. TUDOR.

Anonymous [attrib. to Alexander Barclay by Bale] (1505?). Here begynneth the castell of labouR3. TUDOR.

Anonymous [Barnes, Robert]([1548]). The metynge of doctor Barons and doctor Powell at Paradise gate. TUDOR.

Anonymous [Bradshaw, Henry?]([c. 1525]). Here begynneth the lyfe of saynt Radegunde. TUDOR.

Anonymous [CC1-2, 4-6]; Copland, W. [CC3, Ringler] (1547?). Christmas carolles newely imprinted. TUDOR.

Anonymous [Lydgate, John?] (1495?). [The parfite lyfe …]. TUDOR.

Anonymous [sometimes attrib. to A. Borde]; [and] More, Sir Thomas (c. 1575 [STC]). A ryght pleasaunt and merye historie, of the mylner of Abyngton. Whereunto is adioyned another merye iest, of a sargeaunt that woulde haue learned to be a fryar. TUDOR.

Anonymous, E. C. E. (1595). Emaricdulfe. R3.

Anonymous, P. J. S. (1521-1537?). Everyman. R3.

Anonymous, T. M. (1555?). Spare your good. R3.

Anonymous, V. A. (1593). The Phoenix Nest. R3.

Anonymous ([1568?]). [Anon.]: The Knight of Curtesy and the lady of Faguell [1568?]. CH.

Anonymous ([1902]). The Vercelli Book [1902]. CH.

Anonymous ([1931]). The Junius Manuscript [1931]. CH.

Anonymous ([1932]). The Paris Psalter and The Meters of Boethius [1932]. CH.

Anonymous ([1939]). [Anon.]: Religious Lyrics of the 15th Century (1939). CH.

Anonymous ([1953]). Beowulf and Judith [1953]. CH.

Anonymous (c. 1530 [STC]). A metricall declaration of the vij. petitions of the pater noster. TUDOR.

Anonymous (c. 1536? [STC], 1548? [Ringler]). Here after foloweth the lyfe of saynt Gregoryes mother. TUDOR.

Another hand (1696). Mr. De Labadie's letter to his daughter, Mrs. Delabadie, nurse to the pretended Prince of Wales. EEBO-TCP.

Anton, Robert (1613). Moriomachia. EEBO-TCP.

Anton, Robert (1616). The philosophers satyrs. EEBO-TCP.

Anton, Robert (1616). Anton: The philosophers satyrs (1616). CH.

Antoniszoon, Cornelis (1605). The safegarde of saylers, or, Great rutter. EEBO-TCP.

Anvers, Alicia (Clarke) D' (1691). Academia: or, the humours of the University of Oxford. WWP.

Anvers, Alicia (Clarke) D' (1693). The Oxford-act: a poem. WWP.

Appianus (1679). The history of Appian of Alexandria. EEBO-TCP.

Arbuthnot, John (1692). Of the laws of chance, or, A method of calculation of the hazards of game. EEBO-TCP.

Arderne, James (1677). A sermon preached at the visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, John Lord Bishop of Chester, at Chester. EEBO-TCP.

Aretine, Peter (1661). Strange nevves from Bartholomew-Fair, or, The wandring-whore discovered. EEBO-TCP.

Aretino, Pietro ([1635]). Paraphrase vpon the seaven pen[i]tentiall psalmes of [t]he kingly prophet. EEBO-TCP.

Aretius, Benedictus, d. 1574 (1696). A short history of Valentinus Gentilis, the tritheist. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1641). A true copy of a speech delivered in the Parliament in Scotland, by the Earle of Argile. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1643). A letter from the Marqves of Argile and Sir William Armyn. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1645). Letters from the Marquesse of Argyle, the Earle of Lanerick, Lord Warriston, and others now at Edenburgh, to their friends at London. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1648). The Marqvesse of Argyle, his speech concerning the King, the covenant, and peace or warre betweene both kingdomes. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1661). Instructions to a son. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1661). The Marques of Argyll his defences against the grand indytement of high treason, exhibited against him to the Parliament in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1661). The speech and plea of Archibald marquesse of Argyle to the Parliament of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1661). The speech of the late Marquiss of Argyll upon the scaffold, May 27, 1661. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1661). To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble petition of Archibald Marquess of Argyle. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (1682). The speech of the Earl of Argyle at his trial on the 12th of December, 1681. EEBO-TCP.

Argyll, Archibald Campbell (27, 1646). The Lord Marques of Argyle's speech to a grand committee of both Houses of Parliament the 25th of this instant June, 1646. EEBO-TCP.

Ariadne (1696). She ventures, and he wins. EEBO-TCP.

Ariadne (1696). She ventures,and he wins. WWP.

Ariosto, Lodovico (1597). Two tales. EEBO-TCP.

Ariosto, Lodovico ([1607]). Orlando furioso. EEBO-TCP.

Ariosto, Lodovico (1608). Ariosto's satyres. EEBO-TCP.

Ariosto, Lodovico (1910). Orlando enraged. OTA.

Aristotle ([1528]). De cursione lune. EEBO-TCP.

Aristotle (1598). Aristotles politiques, or, Discourses of gouernment. EEBO-TCP.

Aristotle (1637?]). A briefe of the art of rhetorique. EEBO-TCP.

Aristotle (1694). Aristotle's master-piece, or, The secrets of generation. EEBO-TCP.

Armin, Robert (1600). Armin: Qvips vpon qvestions (1600). CH.

Armin, Robert (1608). [A nest of ninnies. EEBO-TCP.

Armin, Robert (1609). The history of the tvvo maids of More-clacke. EEBO-TCP.

Armin, Robert (1609). Armin: The Italian Taylor (1609). CH.

Armstrong, Archie (1641). Archy's dream, sometimes iester to His Majestie, but exiled the court by Canterburies malice. EEBO-TCP.

Arnold, Richard (1503?]). In this booke is conteyned the names of ye baylifs custos mairs and sherefs of the cite of londo[n] from the tyme of king richard the furst …. EEBO-TCP.

Arthington, Henry (1607). Arthington: Principall Points of holy profession (1607). CH.

Arthington, Henry ([1592]). Arthington, H.: The Sedvction of Arthington [1592?]. CH.

Arthus, Gotthard (1614). Dialogues in the English and Malaiane languages, or, Certaine common formes of speech. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1684). An elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth, Duchess of Ormond, who died July the 21st, 1684. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1684). Arwaker: An Elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth Duchess of Ormond (1684). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1685). Arwaker: The Second Part of the Vision (1685). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1685). Arwaker: The Vision (1685). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1686). Fons perennis, a poem on the excellent and useful invention of making sea-water fresh. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1686). Arwaker: Fons Perennis (1686). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1687). The ministration of publick baptism of infants to be used in the church, or, A disswasive from baptising children in private. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1688). A poem humbly dedicated to the Queen on the occasion of Her Majesty's happy conception. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1688). Arwaker: A Poem Humbly Dedicated to the Queen (1688). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1689). A votive table, consecrated to the Church's deliverers, the present King and Queen. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1689). The apparition, or, The genius of Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1689). Arwaker: A Votive Table (1689). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1689). Arwaker: The Apparition (1689). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1694). An elegy on His Excellency Lieutenant-General Tolmach. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1694). An epistle to Monsieur Boileau. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1694). Arwaker: An Elegy on His Excellency Lieutenant-General Tolmach (1694). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1694). Arwaker: An Epistle to Monsieur Boileau (1694). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1695). A pindaric ode upon the our late soveraign lady of blessed memory, Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1695). Thoughts well employ'd, or, The duty of self-observation in the care and regulation of life according to the royal pattern. EEBO-TCP.

Arwaker, Edmund (1695). Arwaker: A Pindaric Ode (1695). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1704). Arwaker: An Embassy from Heav'n (1704). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1705). Arwaker: The Birth-Night (1705). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1708). Arwaker: Select Fables (1708). CH.

Arwaker, Edmund (1712). Arwaker: Pia Desideria (1712). CH.

Ascham, R.-. (1570). The Scholemaster (two books). R3.

Ascham, Roger (1545). Toxophilus. EEBO-TCP.

Ascham, Roger (1570?]). A report and discourse written by Roger Ascham, of the affaires and state of Germany and the Emperour Charles his court, duryng certaine yeares while the sayd Roger was there. EEBO-TCP.

Ascham, Roger (1570). The scholemaster, or, Plaine and perfite way of teachyng children, to vnderstand, write, and speake, the Latin tong. EEBO-TCP.

Ascham, Roger (1570). The Scholemaster. NTNU.

Ascham, Roger, 1515-1568 (1570). The Scholemaster. EarlyUVa.

Ashby, George (1899). Ashby: Poems (1899). CH.

Ashby, John (1691). The account given by Sir John Ashby, Vice-Admiral, and Reere-Admiral Rooke to the Lords Commissioners of the engagement at sea between the English, Dutch, and French fleets, June the 30th, 1690. EEBO-TCP.

Ashmole, Elias (1660). Sol in ascendente, or, The glorious appearance of Charles the Second, upon the horizon of London, in her horoscopicall sign, Gemini. EEBO-TCP.

Ashmole, Elias (1672). The institution, laws & ceremonies of the most noble Order of the Garter. EEBO-TCP.

Ashmore, John (1621). Ashmore: Certain Selected Odes of Horace (1621). CH.

Aske, James (1588). Elizabetha triumphans. EEBO-TCP.

Aske, James (1588). Aske: Elizabetha Triumphans [1588]. CH.

Aske, James (1588). Elizabetha triumphans. WWP.

Askew, Anne (1546 [1547?]). The first examinacio[n] of Anne Askewe. EEBO-TCP.

Askew, Anne (1546). The first examinacyon of Anne Askewe. EEBO-TCP.

Askew, Anne (16, die Ianuarij, anno 1. 5. 4. 7). The lattre examinacyon of Anne Askewe. EEBO-TCP.

Askew, Anne Bale, John (1546). The first examinacyon of Anne Askewe, latelye martyred in Smythfelde, by the Romysh popes upholders, with the elucydacyon of Johan Bale. WWP.

Assheton, William (1663). Evangelium armatum,. EEBO-TCP.

Astell, Mary (1694). A serious proposal to the ladies, for the advancement of their true and greatest interest. WWP.

Astell, Mary (1706). Reflections upon marriage. WWP.

Atkins, Thomas ([1649]). Hosanna, or, A song of thanks-giving. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert (1689). A defence of the late Lord Russel's innocency. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert (1689). An enquiry into the power of dispensing with penal statutes. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert (1689). The Lord Russel's innocency further defended, by way of reply to an ansvver, entituled, The magistracy and government of England vindicated. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert (1689). The power, jurisdiction and priviledge of Parliament and the antiquity of the House of Commons asserted. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert (1693). The Lord Chief Baron Atkyns's speech to Sir William Ashhvrst, Lord-Mayor elect of the city of London, at the time of his being sworn in Their Majesties Court of Exchequer, Monday the thirtieth of October, 1693. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert (1695). An enquiry into the jurisdiction of the Chancery in causes of equity …. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert (1695). The case of Sir Robert Atkyns. EEBO-TCP.

Atkyns, Robert ([1699]). A treatise of the true and ancient jurisdiction of the House of Peers. EEBO-TCP.

Atterbury, Francis (1687). An answer to some considerations on the spirit of Martin Luther and the original of the Reformation. EEBO-TCP.

Atterbury, Francis (1692). A sermon before the queen at White-hall, May 29, 1692. EEBO-TCP.

Atterbury, Francis (1694). The Christian religion increas'd by miracle. EEBO-TCP.

Atterbury, Francis (1694). The power of charity to cover sin. EEBO-TCP.

Atterbury, Francis (1698). A discourse occasion'd by the death of the Right Honourable the Lady Cutts. EEBO-TCP.

Atterbury, Francis (1700). The rights, powers, and priviledges, of an English convocation, stated and vindicated. EEBO-TCP.

Attowell, George ([1617?]). Frauncis new iigge, betweene Frauncis a gentleman, and Richard a farmer. EEBO-TCP.

Atwood, William (1681). Jus Anglorum ab antiquo, or, A confutation of an impotent libel against the government by king, lords, and commons. EEBO-TCP.

Atwood, William (1683). Three letters to Dr. Sherlock concerning church-communion. EEBO-TCP.

Aubery du Maurier, Louis (1693). The lives of all the princes of Orange, from William the Great, founder of the Common-wealth of the United Provinces. EEBO-TCP.

Aubrey, John (1696). Miscellanies upon the following subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Audelay, John (1931). Audelay: Poems (1931). CH.

Augustine (1550). A woorke of the holy bishop S. Augustine concernyng adulterous mariages. EEBO-TCP.

Augustine (1610). St. Augustine, Of the citie of God. EEBO-TCP.

Aulnoy (1692). Memoirs of the court of Spain. EEBO-TCP.

Aulnoy (1699). The memoirs of the Countess of Dunois. EEBO-TCP.

Austen, Ralph (1658). Observations upon some part of Sr Francis Bacon's Naturall history as it concernes fruit-trees, fruits, and flowers. EEBO-TCP.

Austen, Ralph (1665). A treatise of fruit trees. EEBO-TCP.

Austin, John (1668). Austin, J.: Devotions In The Ancient Way Of Offices (1668). CH.

Austin, William (1635). Devotionis Augustinianae flamma, or, Certaine devout, godly, and learned meditations. EEBO-TCP.

Austin, William (1637). Hæc homo. EEBO-TCP.

Austin, William (1662). Triumphus hymenæus, A panegyrick to the King and Queen's most Sacred Majestie, vpon their ever to be remembred most glorious passing upon the river of Thames, coming from Hampton-Court to White-Hall, August the 23d, 1662 …. EEBO-TCP.

Austin, William ([1662]). A joyous welcome to the most serene and most illustrious queen of brides Catherin, the royal spouse and comfort of Charles the Second King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Austin, William (1664). Atlas under Olympus. EEBO-TCP.

Austin, William (1666). Epiloimia epe, or, The anatomy of the pestilence. EEBO-TCP.

Author of Absalom & Achitophel (1682). Satyr to his muse. EEBO-TCP.

Author of The abdicated prince (1690). The bloody duke, or, The adventures for a crown. EEBO-TCP.

Author of Westminster drollery (1675). Mock songs and joking poems, all novel. EEBO-TCP.

Avale, Lemeke (1569). Avale: A Commemoration or Dirige of Bastarde Edmonde Boner (1569). CH.

Avale, Lemeke ([1569]). A commemoration or dirige of bastarde Edmonde Boner, alias Sauage, vsurped Bisshoppe of London. EEBO-TCP.

Averell, William (1581). Averell: An excellent Historie bothe pithy and pleasant (1581). CH.

Avity, Pierre d' (1615). The estates, empires, & principallities of the world. EEBO-TCP.

Avril, Philippe (1693). Travels into divers parts of Europe and Asia, undertaken by the French King's order to discover a new way by land into China. EEBO-TCP.

Awdelay, John ([1559]). The wonders of England[e]. 1559. EEBO-TCP.

Aylett, Robert (1621). The Song of Songs, which was Salomons. EEBO-TCP.

Aylett, Robert (1622). Peace with her foure garders. EEBO-TCP.

Aylett, Robert (1622). Susanna, or, The arraignment of the two vniust elders. EEBO-TCP.

Aylett, Robert (1622). Thrifts equipage. EEBO-TCP.

Aylett, Robert (1622). Aylett: Peace With Her Foure Garders (1622). CH.

Aylett, Robert (1622). Aylett: Thrifts Eqvipage (1622). CH.

Aylett, Robert (1623). Ioseph, or, Pharoah's fauourite. EEBO-TCP.

Aylett, Robert (1623). Aylett: Ioseph (1623). CH.

Aylett, Robert (1625). The brides ornaments. EEBO-TCP.

Aylett, Robert (1638). Aylett: David's Troubles Remembered (1638). CH.

Aylett, Robert (1653). Aylett: A vvife, not ready made, but bespoken (1653). CH.

Aylett, Robert (1654). Aylett: Divine And Moral Speculations (1654). CH.

Aylett, Robert (1655). Aylett: Devotions (1655). CH.

Ayloffe, John (1685). A true account of the proceedings against John Ayloff, and Richard Nelthorp Esquires at the King's-Bench-Bar. EEBO-TCP.

Ayres, Philip (1667). A short account of the life and death of Pope Alexander the VII. EEBO-TCP.

Ayres, Philip (1684). Vox clamantis, or, An essay for the honour, happiness and prosperity of the English gentry, and the whole nation. EEBO-TCP.

Ayres, Philip (1687). Lyric poems, made in imitation of the Italians. EEBO-TCP.

Ayres, Philip (1687). Ayres: Lyric Poems (1687). CH.

Ayres, Philip (1689). Mythologia ethica, or, Three centuries of Æsopian fables in English prose. EEBO-TCP.

Ayres, Philip (1696). The revengeful mistress. EEBO-TCP.

Ayres, Philip ([1683]). Ayres: Emblems of Love [1683]. CH.

Ayton, Robert (1963). Ayton: Poems (1963). CH.

B

Béthune, Philippe de (1634). The counsellor of estate. EEBO-TCP.

Bèze, Théodore de (1562). Ane answer made the fourth day of Septembre a thousand fyue hundreth syxtie [and] one, by maister Theodore de Besza minister of the holie Euangile, in the presence of the quene mother, the king and quene of Nauarre, the princes of the blood royall, and of the priuie counseil, vnto that whiche the cardinall of Lorraine had replied against that whiche was propounded in the first iourney of their talking together. EEBO-TCP.

Bèze, Théodore de ([1576]). The treasure of trueth. EEBO-TCP.

Bèze, Théodore de (1577). A tragedie of Abrahams sacrifice. EEBO-TCP.

Böhme, Jakob (1648). The way to Christ discovered. EEBO-TCP.

Böhme, Jakob (1656). [Aurora, that is, the day-spring, or dawning of the day in the Orient, or, Morning-rednesse in the rising of the sun, that is, the root or mother of philosophie, astrologie, & theologie from the true ground, or a description of nature …]. EEBO-TCP.

Böhme, Jakob (1656). Mysterium magnum, or, An exposition of the first book of Moses called Genesis. EEBO-TCP.

Böhme, Jakob (1691). Jacob Behmen's theosophick philosophy unfolded. EEBO-TCP.

Bünting, Heinrich ([1682]). Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ, or, The travels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, judges, kings, our Saviour Christ and his apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments. EEBO-TCP.

B. D ([1697]). Controversial discourses relating to the church. EEBO-TCP.

B. G ([1578]). The ioyfull receyuing of the Queenes most excellent Maiestie into hir Highnesse citie of Norvvich. EEBO-TCP.

B. G (1579). A newyeares gifte. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, F.-. (1601). The Essays. R3.

Bacon, F.-. (1605). The Advancement of Learning (two books). R3.

Bacon, Francis (1597). Essayes. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1599). A letter vvritten out of England to an English gentleman remaining at Padua. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1601). A declaration of the practises & treasons attempted and committed by Robert late Earle of Essex and his complices, against her Maiestie and her kingdoms. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1603). A briefe discourse, touching the happie vnion of the kingdomes of England, and Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1604?]). Certaine considerations touching the better pacification, and edification of the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1604). Sir Francis Bacon his apologie, in certaine imputations concerning the late Earle of Essex. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1605). The tvvoo bookes of Francis Bacon. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1614). The charge of Sir Francis Bacon Knight, his Maiesties Attourney generall, touching duells. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1619). The vvisedome of the ancients,. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1625). Apophthegmes new and old. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1625). The translation of certaine psalmes into English verse. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1626 [i.e. 1627]). Sylua syluarum, or, A naturall historie. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1626). Ideal Commonwealths. EarlyUVa.

Bacon, Francis (1626). The New Atlantis. TACT.

Bacon, Francis (1629). The historie of the reigne of King Henry the Seuenth. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1638). Historie naturall and experimentall, of life and death, or, Of the prolongation of life. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1638). The historie of life and death. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1641). A confession of faith. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1641). Cases of treason. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1641). Three speeches of the Right Honorable, Sir Francis Bacon, Knight …. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1642). The learned reading of Sir Francis Bacon, one of Her Majesties learned counsell at law, upon the statute of uses. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1648). The remaines of the Right Honorable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount of St. Albanes, sometimes Lord Chancellour of England. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1651). A true and historical relation of the poysoning of Sir Thomas Overbury. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1657). Resuscitatio, or, Bringing into publick light severall pieces of the works, civil, historical, philosophical, & theological, hitherto sleeping, of the Right Honourable Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount Saint Alban. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1658?]). New Atlantis. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1661). A letter of advice written by Sr. Francis Bacon to the Duke of Buckingham, when he became favourite to King James. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1662). A charge given by the most eminent and learned Sr. Francis Bacon, Kt., late Lord Chancellor of England, at a sessions holden for the verge, in the reign of the late King James. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1662). True peace, or, A moderate discourse to compose the unsettled consciences and greatest differences in ecclesiastical affaires. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1670). A preparatory to the history natural & experimental. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1670). Certain miscellany works of the Right Honourable Francis Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1670). The union of the two kingdoms of Scotland and England, or, The elaborate papers of Sir Francis Bacon …. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1674). A collection of apophthegms, new and old. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1676). The history of the reigns of Henry the Seventh, Henry the Eighth, Edward the Sixth, and Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1676). The novum organum of Sir Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Albans. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1679). Baconiana, or, Certain genuine remains of Sr. Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, and Viscount of St. Albans in arguments civil and moral, natural, medical, theological, and bibliographical. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis (1686?]). Bibliotheca Baconia, or, A collection of choice English books. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Francis. A collection of ten samples of Latin from various works of Francis Bacon. OTA.

Bacon, Nathaniel (4 others], 1689). An historical and political discourse of the laws & government of England. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Nicholas (1641). Arguments exhibited in Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Roger ([1550]). This boke doth create all of the beste waters artyfycialles. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Roger (1597). The mirror of alchimy,. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Roger (1659). Frier Bacon his discovery of the miracles of art, nature, and magick. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Roger (1683). The cure of old age and preservation of youth. EEBO-TCP.

Bacon, Sir Nicholas (1919). Bacon, N.: The Recreations of his Age (1919). CH.

Bagshaw, Christopher (1601). A sparing discouerie of our English Iesuits, and of Fa. Parsons proceedings vnder pretence of promoting the Catholike faith in England. EEBO-TCP.

Baillie, Robert (1685). The tryal and process of high-treason and doom of forfaulture against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood traitor. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Daniel (1697). Poems upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Daniel (1697). Baker, D.: Poems upon Several Occasions (1697). CH.

Baker, Daniel (1706). Baker, D.: The History of Job (1706). CH.

Baker, Richard (1636). Meditations and disquisitions upon the Lords prayer. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Richard (1638). Meditations and disquisitions upon the first Psalme of Dauid. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Richard (1638). Meditations and disquisitions upon the one and fiftieth Psalme of Dauid. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Richard (1641). An apologie for lay-mens writing in divinity. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Richard (1643). A chronicle of the Kings of England, from the time of the Romans goverment [sic] unto the raigne of our soveraigne lord, King Charles. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Richard (1662). Theatrum redivivum, or, The theatre vindicated. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Robert (1589). Baker, R.: The first voyage of Robert Baker to Guinie, with the Minion, and Primrose, set out in October, 1562 … The second voyage to Guinie, and the river of Selto, set out in the Moneth of Nouember 1563 … and written in verse by the foresaid Robert Baker [1589]. CH.

Baker, Thomas (1656). The wicked mans plot defeated, or, The wicked man laughed out of countenance. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Thomas (1657). The unspotted high-court of justice erected and discovered in three sermons preached in London and other places. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Thomas (1681). The head of Nile, or, The turnings and windings of the factious since sixty. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Thomas (1700). Reflections upon learning. EEBO-TCP.

Baker, Ven. F. Augustine (1575-1641). Holy Wisdom: or, Directions for the prayer of contemplation: extracted out of more than forty treatises by the Ven. F. Augustine Baker. CCEL.

Balcanquhall, Walter (1623). A sermon preached at St. Maries Spittle on Munday in Easter weeke. EEBO-TCP.

Balcanquhall, Walter (1633). The honour of Christian churches. EEBO-TCP.

Balcanquhall, Walter ([1639]). A large declaration concerning the late tumults in Scotland, from their first originalls. EEBO-TCP.

Baldwin, William (1547). Baldwin: Introductory poem to A brefe treatise of Phisick (1547). CH.

Baldwin, William ([1547]). A treatise of morall phylosophie. EEBO-TCP.

Baldwin, William (1549). Baldwin: The canticles of Salomon (1549). CH.

Baldwin, William (1549). The canticles or balades of Salomon, phraselyke declared in Englysh metres, by W. Baldwin. TUDOR.

Baldwin, William ([1560]). The funeralles of King Edward the sixt. EEBO-TCP.

Baldwin, William (1564). Baldwin: A treatyce of Moral philosophy (1564). CH.

Baldwin, William (1570). A maruelous hystory intitulede, beware the cat. EEBO-TCP.

Baldwin, William (1610). A royall elegie. EEBO-TCP.

Baldwin, William ([1560]). Baldwin: The funeralles of King Edward the sixt [1560]. CH.

Baldwin, William ([1584]). Baldwin: Beware the cat [1584]. CH.

Bale, John (1538 [i.e. 1548?]). [A comedy concernynge thre lawes, of nature Moses, & Christ, corrupted by the sodomytes. Pharysees and Papystes. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1544?]). The epistle exhortatorye of an Englyshe Christyane vnto his derelye beloued co[n]treye of Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1544. & vi. die Augusti). A brefe chronycle concernynge the examinacyon and death of the blessed martyr of Christ syr Iohan Oldecastell the lorde Cobham. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1545?]). [The image of bothe churches. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1545). A mysterye of inyquyte contayned within the heretycall genealogye of Ponce Pantolabus, is here both dysclosed & confuted. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1547?]). [A tragedye or enterlude manyfestyng the chefe promyses of God unto man by all ages in the olde lawe. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John ([1548]). An answere to a papystycall exhortacyon. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John ([1549]). A dialoge or communycacyon to be had at a table betwene two chyldren, gathered out of the holy scriptures. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1550?]). The apology of Iohan Bale agaynste a ranke papyst. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John ([1551]). The first two partes of the actes or vnchast examples of the Englysh votaryes. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1552?]). An expostulation or complaynte agaynste the blasphemyes of a franticke papyst of Hamshyre. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John ([1553]). The vocacyon of Ioha[n] Bale to the bishiprick of Ossorie in Irela[n]de his persecucio[n]s in ye same, & finall delyueraunce …. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1562, 6 November]). A nevve comedy or enterlude, concernyng thre lawes. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John ([1570]). The image of both Churches. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1574). The pageant of popes. EEBO-TCP.

Bale, John (1908). A tragedy or enterlude. OTA.

Bale, John (1909). A brefe comedy or enterlude concernynge the temptacyon of our lorde and sauer Jesus Christ by Sathan in the desart. OTA.

Bale, John?(c. 1548). An answere to a papystycall exhortacyon, pretendynge to auoyde false doctryne. TUDOR.

Bale, John ([c.1548]). CH.

Balfour, Andrew ([1700]). Letters write [sic] to a friend. EEBO-TCP.

Balnaves, Henry (1584). The confession of faith. EEBO-TCP.

Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez (1638). Nevv epistles of Mounsieur de Balzac. EEBO-TCP.

Banckes, Matthew (1682). Reflections upon two scurrilous libels, called Speculum crape-gownorum. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, John (1679). The tragedy of Sertorius. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, John (1691). King Edward the Third, with the fall of Mortimer, Earl of March. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Richard (1588). A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the 9. of Februarie. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Richard (1593). A suruay of the pretended holy discipline. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Richard (1593). Daungerous positions and proceedings. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Thomas (1633). The gluttons feauer. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Thomas (1633). Bancroft: The Glvttons Feaver (1633). CH.

Bancroft, Thomas (1639). Tvvo bookes of epigrammes, and epitaphs. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Thomas (1639). Bancroft: Two bookes of epigrammes, and epitaphs (1639). CH.

Bancroft, Thomas (1649). Bancroft: To the Noble Lord Hastings (1649). CH.

Bancroft, Thomas (1658). The heroical lover, or, Antheon and Fidelta. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Thomas (1658). Time's out of tune, plaid upon however. EEBO-TCP.

Bancroft, Thomas (1658). Bancroft: The Heroical Lover (1658). CH.

Banester, Gilbert (1937). Banester: Guiscardo and Ghismonda (1937). CH.

Banister, John (1575). A needefull, new, and necessarie treatise of chyrurgerie. EEBO-TCP.

Banister, John (1578. Cum gratia & priuilegio Regiæ Majestatis). The historie of man. EEBO-TCP.

Banister, John (1589). An antidotarie chyrurgicall. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1677). The rival kings, or, The loves of Oroondates and Statira. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1679). The destruction of Troy. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1682). The unhappy favourite, or, The Earl of Essex. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1682). Vertue betray'd, or, Anna Bullen. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1684). The blessed effects of true and saving faith. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1684). The island queens, or, The death of Mary, Queen of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1693). An epistle to Friends. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1694). The innocent usurper, or, The death of the Lady Jane Gray. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John (1696). Cyrus the Great, or, The tragedy of love. EEBO-TCP.

Banks, John ([1698]). A general epistle to the flock of God, but more particularly in Cumberland. EEBO-TCP.

Bannerman, Anne (1800). Poems. WWP.

Banquet of Dainties, The ([1566?]). [Anon.]: The Banquett of Dainties [1566?]. CH.

Bansley, Charles (c. 1550). A treatyse, shewing and declaring the pryde of women. TUDOR.

Baptista (1551?]). A lamentable complaynte of Baptista Ma[n]tuanus, an Italysh poete. EEBO-TCP.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin) (1793). Sins of government, sins of the nation, or, a discourse for the fast, appointed on April 19, 1793. WWP.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin) (1794). Reasons for national penitence recommended for the fast, appointed February XXVIII, 1794. WWP.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin) (1826). A legacy for young ladies, consisting of miscellaneous pieces, in prose and verse. WWP.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin) (1826). The works of Anna Letitia Barbauld. With a memoir by Lucy Aikin. WWP.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin) Aikin, Lucy (1826). The works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld, with memoir by Lucy Aikin. WWP.

Barbon, Nicholas (1696). A discourse concerning coining the new money lighter. EEBO-TCP.

Barbour, John (1620). The actes and life of the most victorious conquerour, Robert Bruce, King of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Barbour, John (1920-1929). Barbour, J.: The Buik of Alexander (1920-1929). CH.

Barbour, John (1980-1986). Barbour: Barbour's Bruce (1980-1986). CH.

Barckley, Richard (1631). The felicitie of man, or, His summum bonum. EEBO-TCP.

Barclay, Alexander (1509). This present boke named the shyp of folys of the worlde was tr. out of Laten, Frenche, and Doche in the college of saynt mary Otery by A. Barclay. TUDOR.

Barclay, Alexander (1518?). Here begynneth a ryght frutefull treatyse, intituled the myrrour of good maners, conteynyng the.iiii. vertues. TUDOR.

Barclay, Alexander (1928). Barclay: The Eclogues (1928). CH.

Barclay, Alexander (1955). Barclay: The Life St. George (1955). CH.

Barclay, Alexander? (1512? [STC]). The gardyners passetaunce touchyng the outrage of fraunce. TUDOR.

Barclay, Alexander ([1505]). Barclay: The Castell of Laboure [1505]. CH.

Barclay, Alexander ([1509]). Barclay: The ship of fools [1509]. CH.

Barclay, Alexander ([1515?]). Here begynnyth the lyfe of the gloryous martyr saynt George … tra[n]slate by alexander barclay. TUDOR.

Barclay, Alexander ([1523]). Barclay: The myrrour of good maners [1523]. CH.

Barclay, Robert (1676). Quakerism confirmed, or, A vindication of the chief doctrines and principles of the people called Qvakers from the arguments and objections of the students of divinity (so called) of Aberdeen in their book entituled Quakerism convassed [sic]. EEBO-TCP.

Barclay, William (1614). Nepenthes, or, The vertues of tabacco. EEBO-TCP.

Barker, Andrew (1609). A true and certaine report of the beginning, proceedings, ouerthrowes, and now present estate of Captaine Ward and Danseker, the two late famous pirates. EEBO-TCP.

Barker, Jane (1688). Poetical recreations. EEBO-TCP.

Barker, Jane (1688). Barker: Poetical Recreations (1688). CH.

Barker, T. (1659). Barker's Delight: or, The Art of Angling. R3.

Barker, Thomas (1700). A poem, dedicated to the memory of Dr Joseph Beaumont, Regius Professor of Divinity in Cambridge. EEBO-TCP.

Barksdale, Clement (1670). A remembrancer of excellent men …. EEBO-TCP.

Barkstead, John (1662). A letter from Colonel Barkestead, Colonel Okey, and Miles Corbet, to their friends in the congregated churches in London. EEBO-TCP.

Barkstead, John (1662). The speeches, discourses, and prayers, of Col. John Barkstead, Col. John Okey, and Mr. Miles Corbet, upon the 19th of April. EEBO-TCP.

Barksted, William (1607). Mirrha the mother of Adonis, or, Lustes prodegies. EEBO-TCP.

Barksted, William (1607). Barksted: Mirrha the Mother of Adonis (1607). CH.

Barksted, William (1611). Hiren, or, The faire Greeke. EEBO-TCP.

Barksted, William (1611). Barksted: Hiren (1611). CH.

Barksted, William (1617). Barksted: That Which Seemes Best is Worst (1617). CH.

Barlow, Thomas ([1648]). Pegasus, or, The flying horse from Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William ([1530]). A proper dyaloge, betwene a gentillman and a husbandma[n]. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1597). The nauigators supply. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1601). A defence of the articles of the Protestants religion. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1601). A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, on the first Sunday in Lent: Martij 1. 1600. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1604). The svmme and svbstance of the conference. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1606). One of the foure sermons preached before the Kings Maiestie, at Hampton Court in September last. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1606). The sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the tenth day of Nouember. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1607). A brand, Titio erepta. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1609). An answer to a Catholike English-man. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1613). Psalmes and hymnes of praier and thanksgiuing. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1618). A breife discouery of the idle animaduersions of Marke Ridley Doctor in Phisicke vpon a treatise entituled, Magneticall aduertisements. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (1618). Magneticall aduertisements, or, Diuers pertinent obseruations, and approued experiments, concerning the natures and properties of the load-stone. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William (28 daye of Iuly the yere of oure lorde. 1531 by Wyllyam Rastell wyth the pryuylege of our souereyn lord kyng Henry [the].viii. [and] no ma[y] prynt [the] same agayn withi[n] [the] space of.vii. yere next e[n]suing, 1531]). A dyaloge descrybyng the orygynall grou[n]d of these Lutheran faccyons, and many of theyr abusys. EEBO-TCP.

Barlow, William, Bishop of Chichester (1530). Barlow, W.: A proper dyaloge (1530). CH.

Barlow, William, Bishop of Chichester ([1528]). Barlow, W.: Rede me and be nott wrothe [1528]. CH.

Barlow, William, Bp. of St. Asaph and of Chichester. (1529?). A proper dyaloge, betwene a gentillman and a husbandman, eche complaynenge … the ambicion of the clergye. TUDOR.

Barlow, William? (1528). Rede me and be nott wrothe. TUDOR.

Barnard, John (1683). Theologo-Historicus, or, The true life of the most reverend divine, and excellent historian, Peter Heylyn …. EEBO-TCP.

Barnes, (Master) (1541?). The treatyse answerynge the boke of berdes. Compyled by Collyn clowte. TUDOR.

Barnes, Barnabe (1593). Barnes, B.: Parthenophil and Parthenophe (1593). CH.

Barnes, Barnabe ([1593]). Parthenophil and Parthenophe. EEBO-TCP.

Barnes, Barnabe (1595). A divine centurie of spirituall sonnets. EEBO-TCP.

Barnes, Barnabe (1595). Barnes, B.: A Divine Centvrie of Spirituall Sonnets (1595). CH.

Barnes, Barnabe (1606). Foure bookes of offices. EEBO-TCP.

Barnes, Barnabe (1607). The Diuils charter. EEBO-TCP.

Barnfield, Richard (1594). The affectionate shepheard. EEBO-TCP.

Barnfield, Richard (1594). Barnfield: Greenes Funeralls (1594). CH.

Barnfield, Richard (1594). Barnfield: The Affectionate Shepheard (1594). CH.

Barnfield, Richard (1595). Barnfield: Cynthia (1595). CH.

Barnfield, Richard (1598). Barnfield: The Encomion of Lady Pecunia (1598). CH.

Barnfield, Richard (1599). Barnfield: Poems in The Passionate Pilgrime (1599). CH.

Barnfield, Richard (1605). Lady Pecunia, or, The praise of money. EEBO-TCP.

Barnfield, Richard (1605). Barnfield: A Combat betwixt Conscience and Covetousnesse (1605). CH.

Barnfield, Richard ([1625]). A louers newest curranto, or, The lamentation of a young mans folly. EEBO-TCP.

Baron, John (1699). A sermon preach'd June 1, 1699, at Feckenham in Worcester-shire, before the trustees appointed by Sir Thomas Cookes, Kt. Bart. to manage his charity given to that place. EEBO-TCP.

Baron, Robert (1647). Erotopaignion, or, The Cyprian academy. EEBO-TCP.

Baron, Robert (1647). Baron: EROTOPAIGNION (1647). CH.

Baron, Robert ([1647]). Mirza. EEBO-TCP.

Baron, Robert (1649). An apologie for Paris for rejecting of Juno and Pallas, and presenting of Ate's golden ball to Venus. EEBO-TCP.

Baron, Robert (1650). Baron, R.: Pocula Castalia (1650). CH.

Baron, William (1699). A just defence of the royal martyr, K. Charles I, from the many false and malicious aspersions in Ludlow's Memoirs. EEBO-TCP.

Barret, Robert (1598). The theorike and practike of moderne vvarres. EEBO-TCP.

Barret, Robert (1699). A companion for midwives, child-bearing women, and nurses. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Henry (1589). A true description out of the VVorde of God of the visible church. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Henry (1590 [i.e. 1591?]). A brief discouerie of the false church. 1590. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Henry (1590). A collection of certain letters and conferences lately passed betvvixt certaine preachers & tvvo prisoners in the Fleet. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Henry (1590). A collection of certaine sclaunderous articles. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Henry (1591). A plaine refutation of M. G. Giffardes reprochful booke, intituled a short treatise against the Donatists of England. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Henry ([1591]). A petition directed to Her Most Excellent Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Henry ([1611]). Mr Henry Barrowes platform. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1671). The duty and reward of bounty to the poor. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1677). A sermon upon the passion of Our Blessed Saviour. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1678). Several sermons against evil-speaking. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1679). Sermons preached upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1680). Of the love of God and our neighbour, in several sermons : the third volume. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1681). A brief exposition of the Lord's prayer and the Decalogue. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1683). A treatise of the Pope's supremacy. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1685). Of contentment, patience and resignation to the will of God. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1693). Of industry, in five discourses. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1694). Practical discourses upon the consideration of our latter end, and the danger and mischief of delaying repentance. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, Isaac (1698). A brief state of the Socinian controversy concerning a trinity in unity. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, John (1664). The Lord's arm stretched ovt in an answer of prayer, or, A true relation of the wonderful deliverance of James Barrow, the son of John Barrow of Olaves Southwark, who was possessed with evil spirits near two years. EEBO-TCP.

Barrow, John (1683). A sermon preached at the triennial visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Seth, Lord Bishop of Sarum, held at Reading, Sept. 6, 1683. EEBO-TCP.

Barry, Lording (1611). Ram-Alley, or, Merrie-trickes. EEBO-TCP.

Bartholomaeus ([1582]). Batman vppon Bartholome. EEBO-TCP.

Bartlet, John (1606). A booke of ayres. EEBO-TCP.

Barton, John (1634). The art of rhetorick concisely and compleatly handled. EEBO-TCP.

Barton, William (1644). The Book of Psalms in metre. EEBO-TCP.

Barton, William (1645). The choice and flower of the old Psalms. EEBO-TCP.

Barton, William (1670). Mercy in the midst of judgment. EEBO-TCP.

Barton, William (1688). Six centuries of select hymns and spiritual songs collected out of the Holy Bible. EEBO-TCP.

Barton, William (21, M.DC.LI [1651]). Psalms and hymns composed and fitted for the present occasion of publick thanks-giving, October 24, 1651. EEBO-TCP.

Barwick, Humfrey (1592?]). A breefe discourse, concerning the force and effect of all manuall weapons of fire. EEBO-TCP.

Basier, Isaac (1661). The ancient liberty of the Britannick church, and the legitimate exemption thereof from the Roman patriarchate. EEBO-TCP.

Basilius Valentinus (1671). Of natural & supernatural things. EEBO-TCP.

Basse, William (1602). Svvord and buckler, or, Seruing-mans defence. EEBO-TCP.

Basse, William (1602). Three pastoral elegies. EEBO-TCP.

Basse, William (1613). Great Brittaines sunnes-set, bewailed with a shower of teares. EEBO-TCP.

Basse, William ([1620]). Maister Basse his careere, or, The New hunting of the hare, to a new court tune. EEBO-TCP.

Basse, William (1893). Basse: The Poetical Works (1893). CH.

Basse, William ([1620]). Basse: Maister Basse his Careere [1620]. CH.

Bastard, Thomas (1598). Chrestoleros. EEBO-TCP.

Bastard, Thomas (1598). Bastard: Chrestoleros (1598). CH.

Bastard, Thomas (1611). Bastard: A burlesque poem (1611). CH.

Bastard, Thomas (1615). Twelue sermons. EEBO-TCP.

Bastwick, John (1637). The answer of John Bastvvick, Doctor of Phisicke, to the information of Sir Iohn Bancks Knight, Atturney universall. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1662). The peace-maker, or, Two farewel-sermons. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1674). The harmony of the divine attributes in the contrivance and accomplishment of man's redemption by the Lord Jesus Christ, or, Discourses. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1676). Considerations of the existence of God and of the immortality of the soul, with the recompences of the future state. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1677). The divinity of the Christian religion, proved by the evidence of reason and divine revelation. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1678). A funeral sermon. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1680). The soveraign and final happiness of man with the effectual means to obtain it. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1683). Sermons upon death and eternal judgment. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1684). The great duty of resignation to the divine will in afflictions. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1685). The danger of prosperity. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1687). A short description of the blessed place and state of the saints above. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1687). The speedy coming of Christ to judgment. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1687). The way to the highest honour. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1689). The sure trial of uprightness. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1691). The four last things. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1692). A funeral-sermon for the reverend, holy and excellent divine, Mr. Richard Baxter. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1693). Sermons preach'd on several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1693). The upright Christian discovered. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1695). A sermon preached upon the much lamented death of our late gracious sovereign Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1696). Sermons upon Psalm CXXX, ver. 4. EEBO-TCP.

Bates, William (1699). Spiritual perfection, unfolded and enforced from 2 Cor. VII, 1. EEBO-TCP.

Bath, Elizabeth (1806). Poems, on various occasions. WWP.

Bathe, William (1596). A Briefe Introduction to the Skill of Song. NebMusic.

Bathe, William. A Brief Introduction to the True Arte of Music. NebMusic.

Bathurst, Elizabeth (1679). Truth's vindication, or, A gentle stroke to wipe off the foul aspersions, false accusations, and misrepresentations cast upon the people of God called Quakers, both with respect to their principle and their way of proselyting people over to them. EEBO-TCP.

Batman, Stephen (1569). A christall glasse of christian reformation. EEBO-TCP.

Batman, Stephen (1569). Batman: The trauayled Pylgrime (1569). CH.

Batman, Stephen (1577). The golden booke of the leaden goddes. EEBO-TCP.

Batman, Stephen (1580?]). The new arival of the three gracis, into Anglia. EEBO-TCP.

Battie, William (1678). A sermon preached before the Right Honourable Sir Francis Chaplin, Lord Mayor of London at Gvild-Hall Chapell, November the 18th, 1677. EEBO-TCP.

Baudier, Michel (1682). The history of the court of the king of China. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Nathaniel (1578). Baxter: The Lectures of … Iohn Caluine (1578). CH.

Baxter, Nathaniel (1606). Sir Philip Sydneys ouránia. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Nathaniel (1606). Baxter: Sir Philip Sydneys Ouránia (1606). CH.

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691). The Reformed Pastor. CCEL.

Baxter, Richard (1650). The saints everlasting rest, or, A treatise of the blessed state of the saints in their enjoyment of God in glory. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1655). Aphorismes of justification, with their explication annexed. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1655). The arrogancy of reason against divine revelations, repressed, or, Proud ignorance the cause of infidelity, and of mens quarrelling with the word of God. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1658). A call to the unconverted to turn and live. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1658). Certain disputations of right to sacraments, and the true nature of visible Christianity. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1658). Directions and perswasions to a sound conversion. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1658). The crucifying of the world by the cross of Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1659). Five disputations of church-government and worship. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1660). Catholick vnity, or, The only way to bring us all to be of one religion. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1660). The Christian religion. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1660). The successive visibility of the church of which the Protestants are the soundest members. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1661). An accompt of all the proceedings of the commissioners of both persvvasions appointed by His Sacred Majesty, according to letters patent, for the review of the Book of common prayer, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1662). Richard Baxter his account to his dearly beloved, the inhabitants of Kidderminster, of the causes of his being forbidden by the Bishop of Worcester to preach within his diocess. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1663). Fair-warning, or, XXV reasons against toleration and indulgence of popery. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1664). The divine life in three treatises …. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1669). Directions for weak distempered Christians, to grow up to a confirmed state of grace. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1670). The cure of church-divisions, or, Directions for weak Christians to keep them from being dividers or troublers of the church. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1671). A defence of the principles of love, which are necessary to the unity and concord of Christians. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1671). The difference between the power of magistrates and church-pastors and the Roman kingdom & magistracy under the name of a church & church-government usurped by the Pope, or liberally given him by popish princes. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1671). The divine appointment of the Lords day. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1671). The duty of heavenly meditation. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1672). The certainty of Christianity without popery, or, Whether the Catholick-Protestant or the papist have the surer faith. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1672). The church told of Mr. Ed. Bagshaw's scandals and warned of the dangerous snares of Satan now laid for them in his love-killing principles. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1673). A Christian directory, or, A summ of practical theologie and cases of conscience. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1674). An appeal to the light, or, Richard Baxter's account of four accused passages of a sermon on Eph. I,3. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1679). Which is the true church?. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1680). Church-history of the government of bishops and their councils abbreviated. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1680). The defence of the nonconformists plea for peace, or, An account of the matter of their nonconformity. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1681). A breviate of the life of Margaret, the daughter of Francis Charlton … and wife of Richard Baxter … : there is also published the character of her mother, truly described in her published funeral sermon, reprinted at her daughters request, called, The last work of a believer, his passing-prayer recommending his departing spirit to Christ, to be received by him. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1681). An apology for the nonconformists ministry. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1681). Compassionate counsel to all young men. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1681). Faithful souls shall be with Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1682). Additional notes on the life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, the late universally honoured and loved Lord Chief Justice of the Kings Bench. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1682). An answer to Mr. Dodwell and Dr. Sherlocke, confuting an universal humane church-supremacy aristocratical and monarchical, as church-tyranny and popery : and defending Dr. Isaac Barrow's treatise against it. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1682). The ready way of confuting Mr. Baxter. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1683). Additions to the poetical fragments of Rich. Baxter. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1683). The catechizing of families. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1683). The dangerous schismatick clearly detected and fully confuted. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1684). Catholick communion defended against both extreams, and unnecessary division confuted. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1684). Catholick communion doubly defended by Dr. Owens, vindicator, and Richard Baxter. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1689). Cain and Abel malignity, that is, Enmity to serious godliness, that is, To an holy and heavenly state of heart and life. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1689). The English nonconformity as under King Charles II and King James II truly stated and argued. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1691). Against the revolt to a foreign jurisdiction, which would be to England its perjury, church-ruine, and slavery. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1691). Church concord. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1691). The certainty of the worlds of spirits and, consequently, of the immortality of souls. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard ([1691]). An end of doctrinal controversies which have lately troubled the churches by reconciling explication without much disputing. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1693). The Christians converse with God, or, The insufficiency and uncertainty of human friendship and the improvement of solitude in converse with God. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard (1696). Reliquiæ Baxterianæ, or, Mr. Richard Baxters narrative of the most memorable passages of his life and times. EEBO-TCP.

Baxter, Richard. The Saints' Everlasting Rest. TACT.

Bayly, Lewis (1613). The practise of pietie. EEBO-TCP.

Bayly, Lewis (1695). The practice of piety. EEBO-TCP.

Bayly, Lewis (d. 1631). The Practice of Piety: Directing a Christian How to Walk, that He May Please God. CCEL.

Baynes, Paul (1621 [i.e. 1641]). The diocesans tryall. EEBO-TCP.

Beard, Thomas (1642-1648). The theatre of Gods judgements. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, F. (1602). Salmacis and Hermaphroditus. R3.

Beaumont, Francis (1602). Beaumont, F.: Salamacis and Hermaphroditvs. CH.

Beaumont, Francis (1607). The vvoman hater. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis (1613). The knight of the burning pestle. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis ([1613]). The masque of the Inner Temple and Grayes Inne. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis (1615). Cupids reuenge. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis (1616). The scornful ladie. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis (1619). The maides tragedy. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis (1620). Phylaster, or, Loue lyes a bleeding. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis (1661). Wit withovt money. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Francis. The knight of the burning pestle. OTA.

Beaumont, John (1694). A postscript to a book published last year entituled Considerations on Dr. Burnet's Theory of the earth. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Joseph (1648). Psyche, or, Loves mysterie. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Joseph (1665). Some observations upon the apologie of Dr. Henry More for his mystery of godliness. EEBO-TCP.

Beaumont, Joseph (1880). Beaumont, Joseph: The complete poems (1880). CH.

Beaumont, Joseph (1914). Beaumont, Joseph: The Minor Poems (1914). CH.

Beaumont, S. J. (1625). The theatre of Apollo. R3.

Beaumont, Sir John (1602). Beaumont, John: The Metamorphosis of Tabacco (1602). CH.

Beaumont, Sir John (1629). Beaumont, John: Bosworth-field (1629). CH.

Beaumont, Sir John (1869). Beaumont, J.: The Poems (1869). CH.

Becanus, Martinus ([1610]). The confutation of Tortura Torti, or, Against the King of Englands chaplaine. EEBO-TCP.

Becanus, Martinus ([1612]). The English iarre, or, Disagreement amongst the ministers of great Brittaine, concerning the Kinges supremacy. EEBO-TCP.

Beck, Sarah (1680). A certain and true relation of the heavenly enjoyments and living testimonies of God's love unto her soul, participated of from the bountiful hand of the Lord, and communicated to her in the time of her weakness of body. EEBO-TCP.

Becke, Edmund ([1550]). A brefe confutacion of this … anabaptistical opinion, that Christ dyd not take hys flesh of the blessed vyrgyn Mary… For the maintenaunce whereof J. Bucher was burned the.ii. day of May M.D.L. TUDOR.

Becon, Thomas (1541?]). Newes out of heauen. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1542. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum. Per Septennium). Dauids harpe ful of moost delectable armony. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1542). A Christmas bankette garnyshed with many pleasaunt and deynty disshes. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1542). A newe pathway vnto praier. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1542). A potacio[n] or dri[n]kynge for this holi time of le[n]t. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1542). The new pollecye of warre. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1543). A new yeares gyfte more precious than golde. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1543]). A pleasaunt newe nosegaye. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1543]). An inuectyue agenst the moost wicked [and] detestable vyce of swearing. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1547?]). A newe dialog betwene thangell of God, & the shepherdes in the felde. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1548]). The solace of the soule agaynst the bytter stormes of sycknes and deathe. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1549?]). The castell of comforte. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1549]). The physyke of the soule. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1550?]). The iewel of ioye. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1550). The fortresse of the faythfull agaynst [ye] cruel assautes of pouertie and honger. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1550]). [The flour of godly praiers]. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1551?]). A fruitful treatise of fasting. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1554]). A comfortable epistle, too Goddes faythfull people in Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1561). The pomaunder of prayer. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1561]). The sycke mans salue. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1563]). The reliques of Rome. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1566]). A new postil. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas ([1566]). The gouernaunce of vertue. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1569). The principles of Christian Religion. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1577). The actes of Christe and of Antichriste. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1577). The demaundes of holy scripture, with answeres to the same. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1637). The displaying of the Popish masse. EEBO-TCP.

Becon, Thomas (1843). Becon: Early works (1843). CH.

Becon, Thomas (1844). Becon: Psalms CIII and CXII (1844). CH.

Becon, Thomas (1844). Becon: To the reader the book speaketh (1844). CH.

Bede (1565). The history of the Church of Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Bedell, William (1628). An examination of certaine motives to recusancie. EEBO-TCP.

Bedford, Thomas (1621). The sinne vnto death, or, An ample discouery of that fearefull sinne, the sinne against the holy Ghost. EEBO-TCP.

Bedford, Thomas (1624). Luthers predecessours, or, An ansvvere to the question of the Papists. EEBO-TCP.

Bedford, Thomas (1635). A true and certaine relation of a strange-birth. EEBO-TCP.

Bedford, Thomas (1638). A treatise of the sacraments according to the doctrin of the Church of England touching that argument. EEBO-TCP.

Bedloe, William (1679). The excommunicated prince, or, The false relique. EEBO-TCP.

Bedwell, William (1614). De numeris geometricis. EEBO-TCP.

Bedwell, William (1631). Mesolabium architectonicum. EEBO-TCP.

Beedome, Thomas (1641). Poems, divine and humane. EEBO-TCP.

Beedome, Thomas (1641). Beedome, T.: Poems Divine and Humane (1641). CH.

Behn, A. (1677). The Rover; or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. Part I. R3.

Behn, A. (1677). The Rover; or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. Part II. R3.

Behn, A. (1688). Oroonoko: or, the Royal Slave. R3.

Behn, Aphra (1671). The amorous prince, or, The curious husband. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1671). The forc'd marriage, or, The jealous bridegroom. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1673). The Dutch lover. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1677). Abdelazer, or, The Moor's revenge. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1677). The debauchee, or, The credulous cuckold. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1677). The rover, or, The banish't cavaliers. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1677). The town-fopp, or, Sir Timothy Tawdrey. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1677). The rover, or, The banish'd cavaliers. OTA.

Behn, Aphra (1678). Sir Patient Fancy. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1678). The lives of sundry notorious villains, memorable for their base and abominable actions. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1679). The feign'd curtizans, or, A nights intrigue. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1682). A prologue to her new play called Like father, like son, or, The mistaken brothers. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1682). Prologue to Romulus. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1682). The city-heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-all. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1682). The false count, or, A new way to play an old game. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1682). The Roundheads, or, The good old cause. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1682). "The City Heiress". EarlyUVa.

Behn, Aphra (1682). Behn: A prologue … to her New Play (1682). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1683). The young king, or, The mistake. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1684). Love-letters between a noble-man and his sister. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1684). Poems upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1684). Behn: Poems on several occasions (1684). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1684). Poems upon several occasions, with a voyage to the island of love. WWP.

Behn, Aphra (1685?]). A pindarick on the death of our late sovereign. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1685). A pindarick poem on the happy coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty James II and his illustrious consort Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1685). A poem humbly dedicated to the great patern of piety and virtue Catherine, Queen Dowager. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1685). A Pindarick poem on the happy coronation of his most sacred majesty James II and his illustrious consort Queen Mary. WWP.

Behn, Aphra (1685). Behn: A Pindarick on the death of Our Late Sovereign (1685). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1685). Behn: A Pindarick Poem on the Happy Coronation (1685). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1685). Behn: A poem humbly dedicated to Catherine Queen Dowager (1685). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1687). The emperor of the moon. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1687). The luckey chance, or, An alderman's bargain. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1687). To the most illustrious Prince Christopher, Duke of Albemarle, on his voyage to his government of Jamaica. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1687). Behn: To Christopher Duke of Albemarle (1687). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1688). A congratulatory poem to Her Most Sacred Majesty, on the universal hopes of all loyal persons for a Prince of Wales. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1688). A congratulatory poem to His Most Sacred Majesty on the happy birth of the Prince of Wales. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1688). A poem to Sir Roger L'Estrange on his third part of the history of the times. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1688). Oroonoko, or, The royal slave. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1688). The fair jilt, or, The history of Prince Tarquin and Miranda. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1688). Behn, A.: A Congratulatory poem (1688). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1688). Behn, A.: Lycidus (1688). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1688). Behn: A congratulatory poem to Her Majesty (1688). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1688). Behn: To Poet Bavius (1688). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1688). Behn: To Sir Roger L'Estrange (1688). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1689). A congratulatory poem to Her Sacred Majesty, Queen Mary upon her arrival in England. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1689). A Pindaric poem to the Reverend Doctor Burnet on the honour he did me of enquiring after me and my muse. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1689). The history of the nun, or, The fair vow-breaker. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1689). The lucky mistake. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1689). A Pindaric poem to the Reverend Doctor Burnet, on the honour he did me of enquiring after me and my Muse. WWP.

Behn, Aphra (1689). Behn: A Congratulatory Poem to her Sacred Majesty Queen Mary (1689). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1689). Behn: A Pindaric Poem to the Reverend Doctor Burnet (1689). CH.

Behn, Aphra (1690). The widdow Ranter, or, The history of Bacon in Virginia. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1697). Poems upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1697). The lady's looking-glass, to dress herself by, or, The whole art of charming. EEBO-TCP.

Behn, Aphra (1717). Behn: The Land of Love (1717). CH.

Behn, Aphra. The city heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-all. OTA.

Bellamie, John (1646). A ivstification of The city remonstrance and its vindication, or, An answer to a book written by Mr. J.P. entituled, The city remonstrance remonstrated. EEBO-TCP.

Bellenden, John (1822). Bellenden: The first five books of the Roman history (1822). CH.

Bellenden, John (1878). Bellenden, J.: The Benner of Piete (1873 -1878). CH.

Bellenden, John ([1536?]). Bellenden: The Hystory and Croniklis of Scotland [1536?]. CH.

Bellers, Fulk (1656). Abrahams interment, or, The good old-mans buriall in a good old age. EEBO-TCP.

Bellers, John (1695). Proposals for raising a colledge of industry of all useful trades and husbandry. EEBO-TCP.

Bellers, John (1696?]). To the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled. EEBO-TCP.

Bellers, John (1699). Essays about the poor, manufactures, trade, plantations, & immorality. EEBO-TCP.

Bellings, Richard ([1624]). A sixth booke to the Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia. EEBO-TCP.

Benedetto ([1573]). The benefite that Christians receiue by Iesus Christ crucifyed. EEBO-TCP.

Benger, Elizabeth Ogilvy (1791). The female Geniad; a poem. WWP.

Benlowes, Edward (1652). Theophila, or, Loves sacrifice. EEBO-TCP.

Benlowes, Edward (1652). Benlowes: Theophila (1652). CH.

Benlowes, Edward (1657). The summary of vvisedome. EEBO-TCP.

Benlowes, Edward (1657). Benlowes: The Summary of Wisedome (1657). CH.

Benlowes, Edward (1672). Benlowes: Oxonii Encomium (1672). CH.

Benlowes, Edward ([1649]). Benlowes: A poetick descant [1649]. CH.

Benlowes, Edward ([1657]). Benlowes: Sacred friendship [1657]. CH.

Bennet, John (1625). The psalme of mercy, or, A meditation vpon the 51. psalme. EEBO-TCP.

Bennet, John (1683). Constantius the Apostate. EEBO-TCP.

Bennett, E. (1620). A treatise divided into three parts, touching the inconveniences, that the Importation of Tobacco out of Spain, hath brought into this land. R3.

Bennett, Edward ([1620]). A treatise deuided into three parts, touching the inconueniences, that the importation of tobacco out of Spaine, hath brought into this land. EEBO-TCP.

Benson, George (1609). A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the seauenth of May, M.DC.IX. EEBO-TCP.

Benson, Gervase (1655). An ansvver to John Gilpin's book, published in his name, and subscribed by the priest of Kendal. EEBO-TCP.

Benson, Gervase (1656). A true tryall of the ministers and ministry of England. EEBO-TCP.

Benson, Gervase (1656). The cry of the oppressed from under their oppressions, ascending up to Him, who will rebuke the oppressor and devourer, and deliver the innocent. EEBO-TCP.

Benson, Gervase (1669). A true testimony concerning oaths & swearing &c. EEBO-TCP.

Benson, Gervase (1675). A second testimony concerning oaths and swearing. EEBO-TCP.

Bentivoglio, Guido (1652). Historicall relations of the United Provinces & of Flanders. EEBO-TCP.

Bentley, Richard (1696). Of revelation and the Messias. EEBO-TCP.

Bentley, Richard (1697). A dissertation upon the Epistles of Phalaris, Themistocles, Socrates, Euripides, and others, and the Fables of Æsop. EEBO-TCP.

Bentley, Richard (1699). The folly and unreasonableness of atheism. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, G. (1710). A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge. R3.

Berkeley, George (1686). A sermon preached at the assizes held at Leicester, July xxii. MDCLXXVI. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, George Berkeley (1666 [i.e. 1677]). Historical applications and occasional meditations upon several subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, George Berkeley (1681). A speech made by the Right Honourable George Earl of Berkeley to the Levant company at their annual election, February ix, MDCLXXX. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, George Berkeley (1681). The Earl of Berkeley's speech to the corporation of Trinity-House. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, John (1699). Memoirs of Sir John Berkley. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, William (1638). The lost lady. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, William (1651). The speech of the Honourable Sr. VVilliam Berkeley. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, William (1663?]). A discourse and view of Virginia. EEBO-TCP.

Berkeley, William (1663). A DISCOURSE And View of VIRGINIA. EarlyUVa.

Berkeley, William (1697). Diatribæ. EEBO-TCP.

Bernard, Edward (1689). Private devotion and a brief explication of the ten commandments. EEBO-TCP.

Bernard, Richard (1627). A guide to grand-iury men. EEBO-TCP.

Bernardino (1511] the. xxij. daye of Auguste). The chirche of the euyll men and women. EEBO-TCP.

Berners, D. J. (1561). A treatyse of fysshynge wyth an Angle. R3.

Berners, Juliana ([1566]). The booke of hauking, huntyng and fysshyng, with all the properties and medecynes that are necessary to be kept. EEBO-TCP.

Beroaldo, Filippo (1581). A contention betwene three bretheren, that is to say, the vvhoremonger, the dronkarde, and the diceplayer. EEBO-TCP.

Best, George (1578 [Decembris. 10]). A true discourse of the late voyages of discouerie, for the finding of a passage to Cathaya, by the Northvveast, vnder the conduct of Martin Frobisher Generall. EEBO-TCP.

Bethel, Slingsby (1673). Observations on the letter written to Sir Thomas Osborn, upon the reading of a book called The present interest of England stated. EEBO-TCP.

Betson, Thomas ([1500]). Here begynneth a ryght profytable treatyse co[m]pendiously drawen out of many [and] dyuers wrytynges of holy men, to dyspose men to be vertuously occupyed in theyr myndes [and] prayers. EEBO-TCP.

Beverley, Peter ([1575]). The historie of Ariodanto and Ieneura, daughter to the King of Scottes, in English verse. EEBO-TCP.

Bevin, Elway (1631). A briefe and short instruction of the art of musicke. EEBO-TCP.

Beza, TheodoR3. Trans. by Arthur Golding (1577). A Tragedie of Abraham's Sacrifice. ElizAuth.

Bible, King James. 1 Chronicles, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 Corinthians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 John, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 Kings, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 Maccabees, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 Peter, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 Samuel, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 Thessalonians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 1 Timothy, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Chronicles, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Corinthians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 John, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Kings, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Maccabees, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Peter, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Samuel, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Thessalonians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 2 Timothy, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 3 John, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. 4 Ezra OR 2 Esdras, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Acts, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Additions to Daniel, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Additions to Esther, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Amos, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Baruch, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Bel, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Canticles (Song of Solomon), from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Colossians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Daniel, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Deuteronomy, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Ephesians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Esdras, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Esther, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Exodus, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Ezekiel, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Ezra, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Galatians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Genesis, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Habakkuk, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Haggai, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Hebrews, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Hosea, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Isaiah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. James, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Jeremiah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Job, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Joel, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. John, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Jonah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Joshua, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Jude, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Judges, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Judith, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Lamentations, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Leviticus, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Luke, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Malachi, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Mark, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Micah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Nahum, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Nehemiah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Numbers, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Obadiah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Philemon, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Philippians, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Prayer of Manassheh, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Proverbs, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Psalms, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Revelation, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Romans, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Ruth, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Sirach, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Susanna, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Titus, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Tobit, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Wisdom of Solomon, from The holy Bible, King James version (Apocrypha). EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Zechariah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Bible, King James. Zephaniah, from The holy Bible, King James version. EarlyUVa.

Biddle, Ester (1660). A warning from the Lord God of life and power. EEBO-TCP.

Biddle, Hester (1660). A warning from the Lord God of life and power, unto thee O city of London. WWP.

Biddle, Hester (1662). The Trumpet of the Lord sounded forth unto these three nations. WWP.

Bieston, Roger ([1554?]). Bieston: The bayte and snare of fortune [1554?]. CH.

Billing, Edward (1665). A certaine sound, or, An alarm sounded to the persecuting episcopalians in and about the cities of London & Westminster. EEBO-TCP.

Billingsley, Nicholas (1657). Billingsley: Brachy-Martyrologia (1657). CH.

Billingsley, Nicholas (1658). Billingsley: The infancy of the world (1658). CH.

Billingsley, Nicholas (1667). Billingsley: Qesauro-fulakion: or, A treasury of divine raptures (1667). CH.

Bilson, Thomas ([1585]). The true difference betweene Christian subiection and unchristian rebellion. EEBO-TCP.

Bilson, Thomas (1593). The perpetual gouernement of Christes Church. EEBO-TCP.

Bilson, Thomas (1599). The effect of certaine sermons touching the full redemption of mankind by the death and bloud of Christ Iesus. EEBO-TCP.

Bilson, Thomas (1603). A sermon preached at Westminster before the King and Queenes Maiesties, at their coronations on Saint Iames his day, being the 28. of Iuly. 1603. EEBO-TCP.

Bilson, Thomas ([1604]). The suruey of Christs sufferings for mans redemption. EEBO-TCP.

Binning, Hugh (1666 [i.e. 1667]). The common principiles of Christian religion clearly proved and singularly improved, or, A practical catechism. EEBO-TCP.

Binning, Hugh (1670). The sinners sanctuary, or, A discovery made of those glorious priviledges offered unto the penitent and faithful under the Gospel. EEBO-TCP.

Binning, Hugh (1671). Fellowship with God, or, XXVIII sermons on the I Epistle of John, chap. 1 and 2. EEBO-TCP.

Binning, Hugh (1693). An useful case of conscience learnedly and accuratly discussed and resolved. EEBO-TCP.

Biondi, Giovanni Francesco (1641-1646). An history of the civill vvares of England betweene the two Houses of Lancaster and Yorke. EEBO-TCP.

Birchensha, Ralph (1602). Birchensha: A Discourse (1602). CH.

Birckbek, Simon (1635). The Protestants evidence. EEBO-TCP.

Birckbek, Simon (1647). A cordiall for a heart-qualme, or, Severall heavenly comforts for all those who suffer any worldly crosse or calamity. EEBO-TCP.

Birkenhead, John (1666). A new ballad of a famous German prince and a renowned English duke. EEBO-TCP.

Blackborow, Sarah (1659). Herein is held forth the gift and good-will of God to the world. EEBO-TCP.

Blackbourn, Richard (1688). Clitie. EEBO-TCP.

Blackmore, Richard (1695). Prince Arthur. EEBO-TCP.

Blackmore, Richard (1699). A short history of the last Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Blackmore, Richard (1700). A paraphrase on the book of Job. EEBO-TCP.

Blackmore, Richard (1700). A satyr against wit. EEBO-TCP.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1695). Blackmore: Prince Arthur (1695). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1697). Blackmore: King Arthur (1697). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1700). Blackmore: A paraphrase on the Book of Job (1700). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1705). Blackmore, R.: Eliza (1705). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1712). Blackmore: Creation: A philosophical poem (1712). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1718). Blackmore: A Collection of Poems on Various Subjects (1718). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1721). Blackmore: A New Version of the Psalms of David (1721). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1722). Blackmore: Redemption (1722). CH.

Blackmore, Sir Richard (1723). Blackmore: Alfred (1723). CH.

Blackwood, Adam (1587). Martyre de la Royne d'Escosse, douariere de France. EEBO-TCP.

Blair, Hugh (1661). Gods soveraignity, His Sacred Majesties supremacy, the subjects duty. EEBO-TCP.

Bland, John ([1661]). To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty. EEBO-TCP.

Blenerhasset, Thomas (1578). The seconde part of the Mirrour for magistrates. EEBO-TCP.

Blenerhasset, Thomas (1582). Blenerhasset: A Revelation of the true Minerva (1582). CH.

Blenerhasset, Thomas (1610). A direction for the plantation in Vlster. EEBO-TCP.

Blenerhasset, Thomas (1946). Blenerhasset: Parts added to The Mirror for Magistrates (1946). CH.

Blind Hary (1968-1969). Blind Hary: Wallace (1968-1969). CH.

Blith, Walter (1653). The English improver improved, or, The svrvey of hvsbandry svrveyed. EEBO-TCP.

Blondel, François (1696). The comparison of Pindar and Horace. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1673). Mr. Dreyden vindicated. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1679). A just vindication of learning, or, An humble address to the high court of Parliament in behalf of the liberty of the press. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1679). An appeal from the country to the city, for the preservation of His Majesties person, liberty, property, and the Protestant religion. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1679). Anima mundi, or, An historical narration of the opinions of the ancients concerning man's soul after this life. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1680). Great is Diana of the Ephesians, or, The original of idolatry. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1683). Religio laici. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1693). King William and Queen Mary, conquerors, or, A discourse endeavouring to prove that Their Majesties have on their side, against the late king, the principal reasons that make conquest a good title. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Charles (1693). The oracles of reason …. EEBO-TCP.

Blount, Thomas Pope (1693). A natural history. EEBO-TCP.

Blow, John (1695). Three elegies upon the much lamented loss of our late most gracious Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Blow, John (1696). An ode on the death of Mr. Henry Purcell …. EEBO-TCP.

Blundeville, Thomas (1561). Blundeville: Three morall Treatises. CH.

Blundeville, Thomas ([1566]). The fower chiefyst offices belongyng to horsemanshippe. EEBO-TCP.

Blundeville, Thomas ([1574]). The true order and methode of wryting and reading hystories. EEBO-TCP.

Blundeville, Thomas (1589). A briefe description of vniuersal mappes and cardes, and of their vse. EEBO-TCP.

Blundeville, Thomas (1602). The theoriques of the seuen planets. EEBO-TCP.

Blundeville, Thomas (1617). The arte of logick. EEBO-TCP.

Boaistuau, Pierre (1569). Certaine secrete wonders of nature. EEBO-TCP.

Boccaccio, Giovanni (1525?]). Here begynneth y[e] hystory of Tytus & Gesyppus. EEBO-TCP.

Boccaccio, Giovanni ([1532]). Guystarde and Sygysmonde. EEBO-TCP.

Boccaccio, Giovanni (1554?]). The tragedies, gathered by Ihon Bochas, of all such princes as fell from theyr estates throughe the mutability of fortune since the creacion of Adam, vntil his time. EEBO-TCP.

Boccaccio, Giovanni ([1562]). The most wonderful and pleasaunt history of Titus and Gisippus. EEBO-TCP.

Boccaccio, Giovanni ([1565]). A pleasant and delightfull history, of Galesus Cymon and Iphigenia. EEBO-TCP.

Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375 (1340). The Most Pleasant and Delectable Questions of Love. EarlyUVa.

Boccalini, Traiano (1626). The new-found politicke. EEBO-TCP.

Boccalini, Traiano (1656). I ragguagli di Parnasso, or, Advertisements from Parnassus. EEBO-TCP.

Bodin, Jean (1606). The six bookes of a common-weale. EEBO-TCP.

Boece, Hector (1540?]). Heir beginnis the hystory and croniklis of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Boethius ([1478]). Boecius De consolacione philosophie. EEBO-TCP.

Boiardo, Matteo Maria (1598). Orlando inamorato the three first bookes of that famous noble gentleman and learned poet, Mathew Maria Boiardo Earle of Scandiano in Lombardie. EEBO-TCP.

Boileau Despréaux, Nicolas, 1636-1711. (1683). The Art of Poetry. EarlyUVa.

Boileau Despréaux, Nicolas (1683). The art of poetry. EEBO-TCP.

Bokenham, Osbern (1883). Bokenham: Osbern Bokenam's Legenden (1883). CH.

Bokenham, Osbern (1905). Bokenham: Eine Mittelenglische Claudian-Ůbersetzung (1905). CH.

Bokenham, Osbern (1938 for 1936). Bokenham: Legends of Hooly Wuumen (1938 for 1936). CH.

Bold, Henry (1657). VVit a sporting in a pleasant grove of new fancies. EEBO-TCP.

Bold, Henry (1657). Bold, H.: Wit A Sporting In a pleasant Grove (1657). CH.

Bold, Henry (1660). Elegy on the death of Her Highness Mary Princess Dowager of Aurange. EEBO-TCP.

Bold, Henry (1661). Anniversary to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, Charles the II. on his birth-&-restauration-day, May 29, having resolv'd to marry with the Infanta of Portugall, May the 8th, 1661. EEBO-TCP.

Bold, Henry (1661). Satyr on the adulterate coyn inscribed the common-wealth, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Bold, Henry (1664). Poems lyrique, macaronique, heroique, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Bold, Henry (1664). Bold, H.: Poems (1664). CH.

Bold, Henry (1685). Latine songs with their English, and poems. EEBO-TCP.

Bold, Henry (1685). Bold: Latine Songs (1685). CH.

Bold, S (1698). Observations on the animadversions (lately printed at Oxford) on a late book, entituled, The reasonableness of Christianity, as delivered in the Scriptures. EEBO-TCP.

Bold, S (1699). Some considerations on the principal objections and arguments which have been publish'd against Mr. Lock's Essay of humane understanding. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Edmund (1610). The elements of armories. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Edmund (1624). Nero Cæsar, or, Monarchie depraued. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Edmund (1629). The cities aduocate. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Edmund (1674). The cities great concern in this case of question of honour and arms. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1611). A discourse about the state of true happinesse. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1626). Some generall directions for a comfortable walking with God. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1630). Helpes to humiliation. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1631). Instructions for a right comforting afflicted consciences. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert ([1632]). Mr. Boltons last and learned worke of the foure last things. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1635). Two sermons preached at Northampton at two severall assises there. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1637). A short and priuate discourse betweene Mr. Bolton and one M.S. concerning vsury. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1638). Certaine devout prayers of Mr. Bolton upon solemne occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert ([1640]). A cordiall for Christians in the time of affliction, or, A sermon preached at Kethering Lecture. EEBO-TCP.

Bolton, Robert (1646). The last conflicts and death of Mr. Thomas Peacock, batchelour of divinity, and fellow of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Bomelius, Henricus ([1529]). The summe of the holye scripture. EEBO-TCP.

Bon, Ottaviano (1653). A description of the grand signour's seraglio, or, Turkish emperours court. EEBO-TCP.

Bona, Giovanni (1680). A guide to eternity. EEBO-TCP.

Bonarelli, Guidubaldo (1655). Filli di Sciro, or, Phillis of Scyros. EEBO-TCP.

Bond, John (1641). Englands reioycing for the Parliaments retvrne. EEBO-TCP.

Bonnecorse (1686). La montre, or, The lover's watch. EEBO-TCP.

Bonnefons, Nicolas de (1658). The French gardiner. EEBO-TCP.

Bonner, Edmund ([1555]). A profitable and necessarye doctrine. EEBO-TCP.

Bonner, Edmund ([1555]). An honest godlye instruction. EEBO-TCP.

Book of a Ghostly Father, A ([1520?]). [Anon.]: A boke of a Ghoostly fader [1520?]. CH.

Boothby, Frances (1670). Marcelia: or the treacherous friend. A tragicomedy. WWP.

Boothby, Richard (10, 1644). A true declaration of the intollerable wrongs done to Richard Boothby, merchant of India, by two lewd servants to the honorable East India Company, Richard Wylde and George Page. EEBO-TCP.

Boothby, Richard (1647). A briefe discovery or description of the most famous island of Madagascar or St. Laurence in Asia neare unto East-India. EEBO-TCP.

Borde, Andrew (1870). Borde: The Fyrst Boke of the Introduction of Knowledge (1870). CH.

Borlase, Edmund (1672). Latham Spaw in Lancashire. EEBO-TCP.

Borlase, Edmund ([1680]). The history of the execrable Irish rebellion. EEBO-TCP.

Borlase, Edmund (1682). Brief reflections on the Earl of Castlehaven's memoirs of his engagements and carriage in the wars of Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Borri, Cristoforo (1633). Cochin-China. EEBO-TCP.

Bossewell, John (1572. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum). VVorkes of armorie. EEBO-TCP.

Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne ([1672]). An exposition of the doctrine of the Catholique Church in the points of controversie with those of the pretended reformation. EEBO-TCP.

Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne (1699). Maxims and reflections upon plays. EEBO-TCP.

Bosworth, William (1653). The chast and lost lovers living shadowed in the person of Arcadius and Sepha. EEBO-TCP.

Bosworth, William (1653). Bosworth: The Chast and Lost Lovers (1653). CH.

Botero, Giovanni (1601). The trauellers breuiat, or, An historicall description of the most famous kingdomes in the world. EEBO-TCP.

Botero, Giovanni (1606). A treatise, concerning the causes of the magnificencie and greatnes of cities, deuided into three bookes. EEBO-TCP.

Botero, Giovanni (1630). Relations of the most famous kingdomes and common-wealths thorowout the world. EEBO-TCP.

Bouhours, Dominique (1688). The life of St. Francis Xavier, of the Society of Jesus, apostle of the Indies, and of Japan. EEBO-TCP.

Bourcher, Arthur (1589). A worthy mirrour, vvherein you may marke, an excellent discourse of a breeding larke. EEBO-TCP.

Bourman, Nicholas (1571. October. 2). An epytaphe vpon the death of the Right Reuerent Father in God I. Iuell, Doctor of Diuinitie and Bishop of Sarisburie. who deceased the. 22. of September 1571. EEBO-TCP.

Bouvet, Joachim (1699). The history of Cang-Hy, the present emperour of China. EEBO-TCP.

Bowle, John (1615). A sermon preached at Flitton in the countie of Bedford. EEBO-TCP.

Bowle, John (1616). A sermon preached at Mapple-Durham in Oxfordshire, and published at the request of Sir Richard Blount. EEBO-TCP.

Bowles, Edward (1643). Plaine English, or, A discourse concerning the accommodation, the armie, the association. EEBO-TCP.

Bowles, Edward (1643). The mysterie of iniqvity yet working in the kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland, for the destruction of religion truly Protestant. EEBO-TCP.

Bowles, Edward (1646). Manifest truth, or, An inversion of truths manifest. EEBO-TCP.

Bowles, Edward (1655). The dutie and danger of swearing. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Elizabeth (1727). Variety: a poem in two cantos. Humbly offered to the god of change. WWP.

Boyd, Robert (1628). A spirituall hymne, or, The sacrifice of a sinner. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Zacharie (1629). The balme of Gilead prepared for the sicke. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Zacharie (1629). The last battell of the soule in death. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Zacharie (1629). Two sermons, for these who are to come to the table of the Lord. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Zacharie (1639). A cleare forme of catechising, before the giving of the sacrament of the Lords Supper. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Zacharie (1640). Foure letters of comforts, for the deaths of the Earle of Hadingtoun, and of the Lord Boyd, with two epitaphs. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Zacharie (1648). The Psalms of David in meeter. EEBO-TCP.

Boyd, Zacharie (1648). The songs of the Old and New Testament in meeter. EEBO-TCP.

Boyer, Abel (1694). The compleat French-master for ladies and gentlemen. EEBO-TCP.

Boyer, Abel (1695). Characters of the virtues & vices of the age, or, Moral reflections, maxims, and thoughts upon men and manners. EEBO-TCP.

Boyer, Abel (1700). Achilles, or, Iphigenia in Aulis. EEBO-TCP.

Boyer, Abel (1700). The wise and ingenious companion, French and English, or, A collection of the wit of the illustrious persons, both ancient and modern. EEBO-TCP.

Boyer, P ([1692]). The history of the Vaudois. EEBO-TCP.

Boyle, Robert (1660). New experiments physico-mechanicall, touching the spring of the air, and its effects. EEBO-TCP.

Boyle, Robert ([1665]). New experiments and observations touching cold, or, An experimental history of cold begun. EEBO-TCP.

Boyle, Robert (1674). Tracts. EEBO-TCP.

Boyle, Robert ([1682]). New experiments physico-mechanical, touching the air. EEBO-TCP.

Boyle, Robert (1685/6 [i.e. 1686]). A free enquiry into the vulgarly receiv'd notion of nature. EEBO-TCP.

Boys, John (1610). An exposition of al the principal Scriptures vsed in our English liturgie. EEBO-TCP.

Boys, John (1610). An exposition of the dominical epistles and gospels used in our English liturgie throughout the whole yeare. EEBO-TCP.

Boys, John (1613). An exposition of the last psalme. EEBO-TCP.

Boys, John (1613). The autumne part from the twelfth Sundy [sic] after Trinitie, to the last in the whole yeere. EEBO-TCP.

Boys, John (1615). An exposition of the festiuall epistles and gospels vsed in our English liturgie. EEBO-TCP.

Boys, John (1615). The third part from S. Iohn Baptists nativitie to the last holy-day in the whole yeere. EEBO-TCP.

Boys, John (1631). Remaines of that reverend and famous postiller, Iohn Boys, Doctor in Divinitie, and late Deane of Canterburie. EEBO-TCP.

Boyse, J (1690). A vindication of the Reverend Mr. Alexander Osborn, in reference to the affairs of the north of Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Bradford, William (1622). A relation or iournall of the beginning and proceedings of the English plantation setled at Plimoth in New England, by certaine English aduenturers both merchants and others. EEBO-TCP.

Bradmore, Sarah (1686). Mrs. Sarah Bradmores prophecy of the wonders that will happen, anno Dom. 1687. EEBO-TCP.

Bradshaw, Henry (1521). Bradshaw: The lyfe of saynt Radegunde (1521). CH.

Bradshaw, Henry (1521). Here begynneth the holy lyfe and history of saynt Werburge / very frutefull for all christen people to rede. TUDOR.

Bradshaw, Henry (1887). Bradshaw: The Life of Saint Werburge of Chester (1887). CH.

Bradshaw, William (1609). A direction for the weaker sort of Christians. EEBO-TCP.

Bradshaw, William (1620). A plaine and pithy exposition of the second Epistle to the Thessalonians. EEBO-TCP.

Bradshaw, William (1621). A meditation of mans mortalitie. EEBO-TCP.

Bradshaw, William (1641). English Puritanisme. EEBO-TCP.

Bradstreet, Anne (1962). Bradstreet: The works (1962). CH.

Bradstreet, Anne (Dudley) (1650). The tenth Muse,lately sprung up in America. WWP.

Bradstreet, Anne (Dudley) (1678). Several poems compiled with great variety of wit and learning. WWP.

Bralesford, Humphrey (1689). The poor man's help. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1643 [i.e. 1644]). A sermon preached in Yorke Minster, before his Excellence the Marques of Newcastle, being then ready to meet the Scotch Army, January, 28. 1643. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1643). A sermon preached in the cathedrall church of York. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1643). The serpent salve, or, A remedie for the biting of an aspe. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1654). A just vindication of the Church of England, from the unjust aspersion of criminal schisme. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1656). A replication to the Bishop of Chalcedon his Survey of the Vindication of the Church of England from criminous schism. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1657). Castigations of Mr. Hobbes his last animadversions in the case concerning liberty and universal necessity. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1658). Schisme garded and beaten back upon the right owners. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1658). The consecration and succession, of Protestant bishops justified, the Bishop of Duresme vindicated, and that infamous fable of the ordination at the Nagges head clearly confuted. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1661?]). A fair warning for England to take heed of the Presbyterian government of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1661). A sermon preached at Dublin upon the 23 of Aprill, 1661. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1661). The right way to safety after ship-wrack. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1672). Bishop Bramhall's vindication of himself and the episcopal clergy, from the Presbyterian charge of popery. EEBO-TCP.

Bramhall, John (1673). An answer to two letters of T.B. EEBO-TCP.

Brand, Adam (1698). A journal of the embassy from their Majesties John and Peter Alexievitz, emperors of Muscovy &c. over land into China through the provinces of Ustiugha, Siberia, Dauri, and the great Tartary to Peking the capital city of the Chinese empire by Everard Isbrand, their ambassador in the years 1693, 1694, and 1695. EEBO-TCP.

Brandon, Charles [and others] (1507?). Here begynneth the iustes of Maye parfurnysshed and done by Charles brandon. Thomas knyuet. [etc.]. TUDOR.

Brandon, Samuel ([1598]). The tragicomoedi of the vertuous Octauia. EEBO-TCP.

Brant, Sebastian (1509] the fyrste yere of the reygne of our souerayne lorde kynge Henry the viii. The. vi. daye of Iulii]). The shyppe of fooles. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwait, Richard (1611). Brathwait: The Golden Fleece (1611). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1614). Brathwait: The Poets Willow (1614). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1615). Brathwait: A Strappado for the Diuell (1615). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1617). Braithwait, R.: A Solemn Joviall Disputation (1617). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1619). Brathwait: A New Spring (1619). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1619). Brathwait: The Description of a good Wife (1619). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1621). Brathwait, R.: Times cvrtaine drawne (1621). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1621). Brathwait: Natures Embassie (1621). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1634). Brathwait, R.: Anniversaries upon his panarete (1634). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1635). Brathwait: Anniversaries upon his Panarete; continued (1635). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1635). Brathwait: Raglands Niobe (1635). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1636). Brathwait: The Fatall Nvptiall (1635). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1638). Brathwait: Barnabæ Itinerarium (1638). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1638). Brathwait: The Psalmes of David (1638). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1641). Brathwait: A Paraphrase upon the Lords Prayer, and the Creed (1641). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1641). Brathwait: Astraea's Teares (1641). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1658). Brathwait: The honest ghost (1658). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1660). Brathwait: To his majesty upon his happy arrivall (1660). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1662). Brathwait: The Chimneys Scuffle (1662). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1665). Brathwait: A Comment Upon the Two Tales of Chaucer (1665). CH.

Brathwait, Richard (1665). Brathwait: The Captive-captain (1665). CH.

Brathwaite, Richard (1611). The golden fleece. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1614). The poets vvillow, or, The passionate shepheard. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1614). The schollers medley, or, An intermixt discourse vpon historicall and poeticall relations. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1615). A strappado for the Diuell. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1619). A new spring shadovved in sundry pithie poems. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1620). Essaies vpon the fiue senses. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1621). Natures embassie, or, The wilde-mans measures. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1621). Times curtaine dravvne, or, The anatomie of vanitie. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1630). The English gentleman. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1631). The English gentlevvoman, drawne out to the full body. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1631). Whimzies, or, A nevv cast of characters. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1634). Anniversaries upon his Panarete. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1635). Anniversaries upon his Panarete; continued. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1635). The last trumpet, or, A six-fold Christian dialogue. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1638). A spiritual spicerie. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard ([1638]). Barnabees journall. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1640). Ar't asleepe husband?. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1640). The two Lancashire lovers, or, The excellent history of Philocles and Doriclea. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1641). Astraea's tears. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1641). Mercurius Britanicus, or, The English intelligencer. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1641). The penitent pilgrim. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1647). A letter from a scholar in Oxford to his friend in the country. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1652). Times treasury, or, Academy for gentry. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1658). The honest ghost, or, A voice from the vault. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1659). Capitall hereticks, or, The evill angels embattel'd against St. Michael. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1665). A comment upon the two tales of our ancient, renovvned, and ever-living poet Sr Jeffray Chaucer, Knight. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1665). The captive-captain, or, The restrain'd cavalier. EEBO-TCP.

Brathwaite, Richard (1669). The history of moderation, or, The life, death and resurrection of moderation. EEBO-TCP.

Brenz, Johannes (1550] the nynth daye of Apryll). A verye fruitful exposicion vpon the syxte chapter of Saynte Iohn. EEBO-TCP.

Brerewood, Edward (1614). Enquiries touching the diuersity of languages, and religions through the cheife parts of the world. EEBO-TCP.

Brerewood, Edward (1630). A learned treatise of the Sabaoth. EEBO-TCP.

Brerewood, Edward (1632). A second treatise of the Sabbath, or, An explication of the Fourth Commandement. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1575). A smale handfull of fragrant flowers. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1575). Breton: A smale handfull of fragrant flowers (1575). CH.

Breton, Nicholas (1577). Breton: The vvorkes of a young wyt (1577). CH.

Breton, Nicholas ([1577]). The vvorkes of a young wyt, trust vp with a fardell of pretie fancies. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1591). Brittons bovvre of delights. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1592). The pilgrimage to paradise, ioyned with the Countesse of Penbrookes loue. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas ([1595]). Marie Magdalens loue. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1597). Auspicante Iehoua. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1597). The vvil of vvit, vvits vvill, or vvils wit, chuse you whether. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1597). VVits trenchmour. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1599). The passions of the spirit. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1600). Melancholike humours, in verses of diuerse natures. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1600). Pasquils fooles-cap. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1600). Pasquils mad-cap. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1600). Pasquils mistresse, or, The vvorthie and vnworthie woman. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1600). Pasquils passe, and passeth not. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1600). The strange fortunes of two excellent princes. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1600). Breton: Pasquils Mistresse (1600). CH.

Breton, Nicholas (1601). A diuine poeme. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1601). An excellent poeme, vpon the longing of a blessed heart. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1601). No vvhippinge, nor trippinge. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1601). The soules heavenly exercise set downe in diuerse godly meditations, both prose and verse. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1601). Breton: No Whippinge, nor trippinge (1601). CH.

Breton, Nicholas (1602). A poste vvith a madde packet of letters. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1602). A true description of vnthankfulnesse. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1602). Olde mad-cappes new gally-mawfrey. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1602). The mothers blessing. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1602). The soules harmony. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1602). Wonders worth the hearing. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1602). Breton: Olde Mad-cappes new Gally-mawfrey (1602). CH.

Breton, Nicholas (1603). A dialogue full of pithe and pleasure, betvveene three phylosophers, Antonio, Meandro, and Dinarco. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1603). A merrie dialogue betvvixt the taker and mistaker. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1604). Grimellos fortunes, vvith his entertainment in his trauaile. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1605). An olde mans lesson, and a young mans loue. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1605). Honest counsaile. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1605). The soules immortall crowne consisting of seauen glorious graces. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1605). Breton: Honest Counsaile (1605). CH.

Breton, Nicholas (1606). A poste with a packet of madde letters. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1608). Diuine considerations of the soule. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1612). VVits priuate vvealth. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1613). Breton: The vncasing of Machivils Instructions to his sonne (1602). CH.

Breton, Nicholas (1614). I vvould, and would not. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1615). Characters vpon essaies morall, and diuine. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1615). The vncasing of Machauils instructions to his sonne. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1616). Crossing of prouerbs. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1616). Crossing of proverbs. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1616). The good and the badde, or, Descriptions of the vvorthies, and vnworthies of this age. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1616). The hate of treason. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1618). Conceyted letters, nevvly layde open, or, A most excellent bundle of new wit. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1622). Strange nevves out of diuers countries. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1625). Characters and essayes. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1626). Fantasticks. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1631). The figure of foure, or, A handfull of sweet flowers. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1632). I pray you be not angry, for I will make you merry. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1636). The figure of foure. EEBO-TCP.

Breton, Nicholas (1879). Breton: The Works (1879). CH.

Breton, Nicholas (6. Maij. 1577). A floorish vpon fancie. EEBO-TCP.

Brett, Samuel (1655). A narrative of the proceedings of a great councel of Jews. EEBO-TCP.

Brewer, Anthony (1647). The covntrie girle. EEBO-TCP.

Brewer, Anthony (1655). The love-sick king, an English tragical history. EEBO-TCP.

Brewer, Thomas ([1605]). A newe ballad composed in commendation of the societie or companie of the porters. EEBO-TCP.

Brice, Thomas (1559). Brice, T.: A compendious Register in Metre (1559). CH.

Brice, Thomas ([1562]). Against filthy writing, and such like delighting. EEBO-TCP.

Brice, Thomas ([1562]). Brice: Against filthy writing/and such like delighting [1562]. CH.

Bridges, John ([1571]). A sermon, preached at Paules Crosse on the Monday in Whitson weeke Anno Domini. 1571. EEBO-TCP.

Bridges, John (1573). The supremacie of Christian princes. EEBO-TCP.

Bridges, John (1587). A defence of the gouernment established in the Church of Englande for ecclesiasticall matters. EEBO-TCP.

Bridgman, Robert (1700). Some reasons why Robert Bridgman, and his wife, and some others in Hvntington-shire, have left the society of the people called Quakers, and have join'd in communion with the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Bright, Timothie (1615). A treatise, vvherein is declared the sufficiencie of English medicines, for cure of all diseases, cured with medicines. EEBO-TCP.

Brinkelow, Henry (1542?]). The complaynt of Roderyck Mors, somtyme a gray fryre, vnto the parliament howse of Ingland his natural cuntry. EEBO-TCP.

Brinkelow, Henry ([1548]). The lamentacyon of a Christe[n] agai[n]st the citye of London. EEBO-TCP.

Brinley, John (1680). A discovery of the impostures of witches and astrologers. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1606). The true watch, or, A direction for the examination of our spirituall estate. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1607). The second part of the true watch. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1612). Ludus literarius, or, The grammar schoole. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1615). The posing of the parts, or, A most plaine and easie way of examining the accidence and grammar, by questions and answeres, arising directly out of the words of the rules. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1622). A consolation for our grammar schooles, or, A faithfull and most comfortable incouragement, for laying of a sure foundation of all good learning in our schooles, and for prosperous building thereupon. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1622). The third part of The true vvatch. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1624). The fourth part of the true watch. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1631). The glorie of the latter temple greater then of the former. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1631). The preachers charge, and peoples duty. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John ([1643]). A breviate of saving knowledge, or, The principles of Christian religion methodically digested into short questions and answers. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1644). The saints solemne covenant vvith their God. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1647). Stand still, or, A bridle for the times. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1655). The spirituall vertigo, or, Turning sickensse of soul-unsettlednesse in matters of religious concernment. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1656). Two treatises. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1659). Three links of a golden chain, or, Three of the principal causes of mans salvation. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1661). Prayer and praise, a two-fold tribute to be payed by all loyal subjects to their supream and subordinate soveraign. EEBO-TCP.

Brinsley, John (1662). The Christians cabala, or, Sure tradition. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby (1640). The third speech of the Lord George Digby to the House of Commons concerning bishops and the citie petition the 9th of Febr. 1640. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby (1641). The Lord Digby his last speech against the Earle of Strafford. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby (1642). The Lord George Digbies apologie for himselfe, published the fourth of January, Anno Dom. 1642. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby (1642). Two letters of note. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby (1660). The Earle of Bristoll his speech in the House of Lords the XX day of July 1660 upon the bill of indempnity. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby (1667). Elvira, or, The worst not always true. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby (1674). Two speeches of George, Earl of Bristol, with some observations upon them. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, George Digby ([1680]). Bibliotheca Digbeiana, sive, Catalogus librorum in variis linguis editorum. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, John Digby (1641). The speeches of the Lord Digby in the High Court of Parliament, concerning grievances, and the trienniall Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Bristol, John Digby (1642). Articles drawn up by the now Iohn Earle of Bristoll and presented to the Parliament against George late Duke of Buckingham in the yeare 1626. EEBO-TCP.

Broë, S. de (1686). The history of the triumvirates, the first that of Julius Cæsar, Pompey and Crassus, the second that of Augustus, Anthony and Lepidus. EEBO-TCP.

Broke, Arthur (1562). Broke, A.: Romeus and Iuliet (1562). CH.

Broke, Arthur (1563). Broke, A.: A commendatory poem (1563). CH.

Broke, Thomas (1569?]). An epitaphe declaryng the lyfe and end of D. Edmund Boner &c. EEBO-TCP.

Broke, Thomas ([1568]). Broke, T.: An Epitaphe declaryng the lyfe and end of D. Edmund Boner [1568]. CH.

Brome, Alexander (1641). A Canterbury tale translated out of Chaucers old English into our now vsvall langvage. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Alexander ([1660]). Bumm-foder, or, Waste-paper proper to wipe the nation's rump with or your own. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Alexander (1661). Brome, A.: Songs and other poems (1661). CH.

Brome, Alexander (1664). Brome, A.: Songs and other poems (1664). CH.

Brome, Alexander (1668). Brome, A.: Songs and other poems (1668). CH.

Brome, Alexander (1670?]). A record in rithme. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Alexander ([1648]). Brome, A.: A Copie of Verses, said to be Composed by His Majestie [1648]. CH.

Brome, Alexander ([1659?]). Brome, A.: A record in rithme [1659?]. CH.

Brome, Alexander ([1660?]). Brome, A.: Bumm-foder [1660?]. CH.

Brome, Alexander ([1660]). Brome, A.: Arsy versy [1660]. CH.

Brome, Charles (1700). To the memory of Mr. Dryden. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Richard (1632). The northern lasse. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Richard (1640). The antipodes. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Richard (1640). The sparagvs garden. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Richard (1652). A joviall crew, or, The merry beggars. EEBO-TCP.

Brome, Richard (1657). The queenes exchange. EEBO-TCP.

Bromwich, Andrew (1679). The tryal and condemnation of two popish priests, Andrew Brommich and William Atkyns, for high treason at Stafford assizes, August 16, 1679. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Christopher (1613). Tvvo elegies. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Christopher (1614). The ghost of Richard the Third. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Ralph ([1599]). A discouerie of certaine errours published in print in the much commended Britannia. 1594. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Robert (1651). Some new cases of the years and time of King Hen. 8. Edw. 6. and Qu: Mary; written out of the great abridgement. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Robert Greville (1641). A discovrse opening the natvre of that episcopacie, which is exercised in England. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Robert Greville (1641). The nature of truth, its union and unity with the soule. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Robert Greville (1642). Three speeches spoken in Gvild-Hall. EEBO-TCP.

Brooke, Samuel ([1681]). Catalogus librorum bibliothecæ. EEBO-TCP.

Broughton, Hugh ([1595]). A direction to finde all those names expressed in that large table of genealogies of Scripture lately gathered by I.S. EEBO-TCP.

Broughton, Hugh (1605). Mishpahat David ‘al bene hamalkhut ‘im Seder ‘Olam ‘ad ge’ulat … berit hamashiah. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Andrew (1691). A vindicatory schedule concerning the cure of fevers. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Andrew (1699). The epilogue to the five papers lately past betwixt the two physicians Dr. O. and Dr. E. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1661). The description and use of a joynt-rule. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1662). The triangular quadrant, or, The quadrant on a sector. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1665). An apologeticall relation of the particular sufferings of the faithfull ministers & professours of the Church of Scotland, since August, 1660. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John ([1670]). A collection of centers and useful proportions on the line of numbers. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1671). Horologiographia, or, The art of dyalling. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1671). The description and use of the trianguler quadrant. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1677). Christ the way and the truth and the life, or, A short discourse pointing forth the way of making use of Christ for justification. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1678). Quakerisme the path-way to paganisme, or, A vieu of the Quakers religion. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1678). The history of the indulgence. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1679-1680). The life of faith in times of trial and affliction. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1680). A brief remonstrance of the grand grievances and oppressions suffered by Sir William Courten and Sir Paul Pyndar, knts., deceased. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1688). The description and use of the carpenters-rule. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John (1694). Christ in believers the hope of glory. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, John ([1695]). The life of justification opened, or, A treatise grounded upon Gal. 2, II. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1688). Heraclitus ridens redivivus, or, A dialogue between Harry and Roger concerning the times. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1688). The reasons of Mr. Bays changing his religion. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1690). The late converts exposed, or, The reasons of Mr. Bays's changing his religion. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1690). The reasons of Mr. Joseph Hains the player's conversion & re-conversion. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1691). A congratulatory poem on His Majesty's happy return from Holland. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1691). Novus reformator vapulans, or, The Welch Levite tossed in a blanket. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1691). The moralist, or, A satyr upon the sects. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1691). The reasons of the new converts taking the oaths to the present government. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1691). The weesil trap'd. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1693). The Salamanca wedding, or, A true account of a swearing doctor's marriage with a Muggletonian widow in Breadstreet. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1697). Physick lies a bleeding, or, The apothecary turned doctor. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1699). A collection of miscellany poems, letters, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1700). A description of Mr. D-n's funeral. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1700). Amusements serious and comical, calculated for the meridian of London. EEBO-TCP.

Brown, Thomas (1715). Brown, T.: Works (1715). CH.

Brown, Thomas (1720). Brown, T.: The Remains (1720). CH.

Browne, John (1641). A discovery of the notorious proceedings of William Lavd Archbishop of Canterbury in bringing innovations into the church and raising up troubles in the state. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, John (1641). The confession of John Browne, a Iesvite, in the gate-house twice examined by a committee from the honourable House of Commons. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Peter (1697). A letter in answer to a book entitled, Christianity not mysterious. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Richard (1644 [i.e. 1645]). The Lord Digbies designe to betray Abingdon. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Robert (1582). A booke which sheweth the life and manners of all true Christians. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Robert (1585?]). An ansvvere to Master Cartvvright. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Thomas (1605-1682). Religio Medici. CCEL.

Browne, Thomas (1642). Religio Medici. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Thomas (1646). Pseudodoxia epidemica, or, Enquiries into very many received tenents and commonly presumed truths. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Thomas (1683). Certain miscellany tracts. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, Thomas Sir (1643). Browne's "Religio Medici": electronic edition. TACT.

Browne, Thomas Sir (1658). Browne's "Hydriotaphia. Urn-Burial": electronic edition. TACT.

Browne, Thomas Sir (1672). Browne's "Letter to a Friend": electronic edition. TACT.

Browne, Thomas, Sir (1643). Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend. EarlyUVa.

Browne, William (1614). The shepheards pipe. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, William (1624). Brovvne his fiftie yeares practice, or, An exact discourse concerning snafflle-riding [sic], for trotting and ambling of all manner of horses whatsoeuer, from one degree to another, till they be perfit both for the trot and amble. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, William (1625). Britannia's pastorals. EEBO-TCP.

Browne, William, of Tavistock (1868). Browne, W.: The Whole Works (1868). CH.

Brownrig, Ralph (1661). A sermon preach'd on the coronation day of K. Charles I. EEBO-TCP.

Brownrig, Ralph ([1664]). Twenty five sermons. EEBO-TCP.

Bruni, Leonardo (1563). The historie of Leonard Aretine. EEBO-TCP.

Brydall, John (1700). Non compos mentis, or, The law relating to natural fools, mad-folks, and lunatick persons. EEBO-TCP.

Bucer, Martin ([1549]). The gratulation of the mooste famous clerke M. Martin Bucer. EEBO-TCP.

Bucer, Martin (1644). The Ivdgement of Martin Bucer concerning divorce. EEBO-TCP.

Buchanan, George ([1571]). Ane admonition direct to the trew Lordis mantenaris of the Kingis graces authoritie. EEBO-TCP.

Buchanan, George ([1571]). Ane detectioun of the duinges of Marie Quene of Scottes. EEBO-TCP.

Buchanan, George (1642). Tyrannicall-government anatomized, or, A discovrse concerning evil-councellors. EEBO-TCP.

Buchanan, George (1680). De jure regni apud Scotos, or, A dialogue, concerning the due priviledge of government in the kingdom of Scotland, betwixt George Buchanan and Thomas Maitland. EEBO-TCP.

Buchanan, George (1689). A detection of the actions of Mary Queen of Scots concerning the murther of her husband, and her conspiracy, adultery, and pretended marriage with the Earl Bothwell. EEBO-TCP.

Buchanan, George (1690). The history of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Buck, George (1605). Daphnis polystephanos. EEBO-TCP.

Buck, George (1647). The history and life and reigne of Richard the Third. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1627). A manifestation or remonstrance. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers ([1628]). Aprill 4. The proceeding of the Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1668). The Duke of Buckingham's speech in a late conference. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1672). A letter to Sir Thomas Osborn, one of His Majesties Privy Council. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1672). The rehearsal. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1677). The Duke of Buckingham's speech, spoken in the House of Lords, Feb. 15th, 1676, proving that the Parliament is dissolved. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1680?]). An epitaph upon Thomas, late Lord Fairfax. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1681). Poetical reflections on a late poem entituled Absalom and Achitophel. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1685). A short discourse upon the reasonableness of men's having a religion, or worship of God. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers (1685). The Duke of Buckingham His Grace's letter to the unknown author of a paper, entituled, A short answer to his Grace the Duke of Buckingham's paper concerning religion, toleration and liberty of conscience. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, George Villiers ([1689]). A prophetick lampoon, made anno 1659. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, John Sheffield (1680). An essay upon satyr, or, A poem on the times. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, John Sheffield (1682). An essay upon poetry. EEBO-TCP.

Buckingham, John Sheffield ([1697]). An essay on poetry. EEBO-TCP.

Buckler, Edward (1640). A buckler against the fear of death, or, Pious and profitable observations, meditations, and consolations. EEBO-TCP.

Buckler, Edward (1646). Buckler, E.: Midnights meditations of death (1646). CH.

Buckler, Edward ([1658]). Salus populi, or, A nations happinesse. EEBO-TCP.

Bugenhagen, Johann ([1536]). A compe[n]dious letter which Jhon Pomerane curate of the congregation at Wittenberge sent to the faythfull christen congregation in Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Bulkeley, Gershom (1689). The people's right to election, or, Alteration of goverment [sic] in Connecticut. EEBO-TCP.

Bull, Henry (1578?]). Christian praiers and holie medtations. EEBO-TCP.

Bullein, William ([1562]). A comfortable regiment, and a very wholsome order against the moste perilous pleurisi. EEBO-TCP.

Bullein, William ([1564]). A dialogue bothe pleasaunte and pietifull. EEBO-TCP.

Bullein, William (1579). Bulleins bulwarke of defence. EEBO-TCP.

Bullein, William (1595). The gouernment of health. EEBO-TCP.

Bullinger, Heinrich (1543). The golde[n] boke of christen matrimonye. EEBO-TCP.

Bullinger, Heinrich (1572. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis per decennium). A confutation of the Popes bull which was published more then two yeres agoe against Elizabeth the most gracious Queene of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, and against the noble realme of England. EEBO-TCP.

Bulstrode, Whitelocke (1692). An essay of transmigration, in defence of Pythagoras, or, A discourse of natural philosophy. EEBO-TCP.

Bunny, Edmund (1589). A briefe answer, vnto those idle and friuolous quarrels of R.P. against the late edition of the Resolution. EEBO-TCP.

Bunny, Edmund (1610). Of diuorce for adulterie, and marrying againe. EEBO-TCP.

Bunyan, J. (1678). The Pilgrim's Progress. R3.

Bunyan, John (1628-1688). The Pilgrim's Progress. CCEL.

Bunyan, John (1666). Grace Abounding. TACT.

Bunyan, John (1666). The Pilgrim`s Progress. EarlyUVa.

Bunyan, John (1678). The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come. EEBO-TCP.

Bunyan, John. Grace Abounding. CCEL.

Bunyan, John. The Holy War. CCEL.

Bunyan, John. The Holy War. TACT.

Burbury, John (1671). A relation of a journey of the Right Honourable My Lord Henry Howard. EEBO-TCP.

Burdet, Robert ([1542]). A dyalogue defensyue for women, agaynst malycyous detractoures. TUDOR.

Burel, John (1596?]). [To the richt high, Lodvvik Duke of Lenox … J. Burel, wisheth lang life]. EEBO-TCP.

Burel, John ([1595?]). Burel: To the Richt High Lodvvik Dvke of Lenox [1595?]. CH.

Burges, Cornelius (1641). Two sermons preached to the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament at their pvbliqve fast, Novem. 17, 1640. EEBO-TCP.

Burgh, Benedict (1558). Burgh: Here begynneth the boke of Cato 1558. CH.

Burgh, Benedict (1868). Burgh: The ABC of Aristotle in The Babees Book (1868). CH.

Burgh, Benedict (1892). Burgh: A Christemasse game (1892). CH.

Burgh, Benedict (1894). Burgh: A Poem in Praise of John Lydgate (1894). CH.

Burgh, Benedict (1905-1906). Burgh: [Parvus and Magnvs Cato] (1905-1906). CH.

Burghley, William Cecil (1588). The copie of a letter sent out of England to Don Bernardin Mendoza ambassadour in France for the King of Spaine. EEBO-TCP.

Burkhead, Henry (1646). A tragedy of Cola's furie, or, Lirenda's miserie. EEBO-TCP.

Burnaby, William (1700). The reform'd wife. EEBO-TCP.

Burne, Nicol (1581). The disputation concerning the controuersit headdis of religion. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1665). A discourse on the memory of that rare and truely virtuous person Sir Robert Fletcher of Saltoun. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1669). A modest and free conference betwixt a conformist and a non-conformist about the present distempers of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1673). Observations on the first and second of the canons, commonly ascribed to the holy apostles. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1673). Romes glory, or, A collection of divers miracles wrought by popish saints, both during their lives and after their deaths. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1673). The mystery of iniquity unvailed. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1673]). A vindication of the authority, constitution, and laws of the church and state of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1675). The royal martyr, and the dutiful subject. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1675]). A rational method for proving the truth of the Christian religion, as it is professed in the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1676). A modest survey of the most considerable things in a discourse lately published, entituled Naked truth. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1676). A relation of a conference held about religion at London, the third of April, 1676. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1677). A vindication of the ordinations of the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1677). The memoires of the lives and actions of James and William, Dukes of Hamilton and Castleherald, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1678). A letter written upon the discovery of the late plot. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1678). A relation of the barbarous and bloody massacre of about an hundred thousand Protestants, begun at Paris, and carried on over all France, by the Papists, in the year 1572. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1678). A sermon preached at St. Dunstans in the West at the funeral of Mrs. Anne Seile, the 18th of July, 1678. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1678). The unreasonableness and impiety of popery. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1679]). The history of the reformation of the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1680). A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the city of London, at Bow-Church, September 2, 1680. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1680). Some passages of the life and death of the right honourable John, Earl of Rochester. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1680). The conversion & persecutions of Eve Cohan, now called Elizabeth Verboon. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1680). The infallibility of the Church of Rome examined and confuted. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1681). A sermon preached before the Aldermen of the city of London, at St. Lawrence-church, Jan 30. 1680/1. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1681). A sermon preached on the fast-day, Decemb. 22, 1680. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1681). The life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, kt. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1682). A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. James Houblon. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1682). An answer to the Animadversions on the History of the rights of princes, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1682). News from France. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1683). The letter writ by the last Assembly General of the Clergy of France to the Protestants, inviting them to return to their communion. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1684). A sermon preached at the Chappel of the Rolls on the fifth of November, 1684. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1685). A collection of several tracts and discourses written in the years 1678, 1679, 1680, 1681, 1682, 1683, 1684, 1685. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1685). A letter from Gilbert Bvrnet, D.D. to Mr. Simon Lowth, vicar of Cosmus-Blene in the diocess of Canterbury, occasioned, by his late book of the subject of church-power. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1685). A letter occasioned by the second letter to Dr. Burnet, written to a friend. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1685). An answer to a letter to Dr. Burnet, occasioned by his letter to Mr. Lowth. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1685). The Protestant's companion, or, An impartial survey and comparison of the Protestant religion as by law established, with the main doctrines of popery. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1686). Reflections on Mr. Varillas's history of the revolutions that have happned in Europe in matters of religion. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1687). A continuation of reflections on Mr. Varillas's History of heresies. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1687). A defense of the reflections on the ninth book of the first volum [sic] of Mr. Varillas's History of heresies. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1687). Six papers. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1687]). An answer to Mr. Henry Payne's letter concerning His Majesty's declaration of indulgence, writ to the author of the Letter to a dissenter. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688?]). An apology for the Church of England, with relation to the spirit of persecution for which she is accused. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688?]). An edict in the Roman law, in the 25 book of the digests, title 4, section 10. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). A discourse concerning transubstantiation and idolatry. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). A letter to a lord upon his happy conversion from popery to the Protestant religion. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). An enquiry into the measures of submission to the supream [sic] authority. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). Animadversions on the Reflections upon Dr. B's travels. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). Reflections on The relation of the English reformation, lately printed at Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). Some letters, containing an account of what seemed most remarkable in Switzerland, Italy, some parts of Germany, &c. in the years 1685 and 1686. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). The case of compulsion in matters of religion stated. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). The expedition of His Highness, the Prince of Orange, for England. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). The history of the persecution of the valleys of Piedmont. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). The ill effects of animosities among Protestants in England detected. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). The Prince of Orange his declaration. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1688). Three letters concerning the present state of Italy. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1688]). An enquiry into the reasons for abrogating the test imposed on all members of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). A letter to Mr. Thevenot. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). A pastoral letter writ by the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum, to the clergy of his diocess, concerning the oaths of allegiance and supremacy to K. William and Q. Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). A sermon preached at the coronation of William III and Mary II, King and Queen of England, ---- France, and Ireland, defenders of the faith. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). A sermon preached before the House of Commons, on the 31st of January, 1688. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). A sermon preached before the House of Peers in the Abbey of Westminster, on the 5th of November, 1689, being Gun-Powder Treason-Day, as likewise the day of His Majesties landing in England. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). A sermon preached in the chappel of St. James's, before His Highness the Prince of Orange, the 23d of December, 1688. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). An enquiry into the present state of affairs, and in particular, whether we owe allegiance to the King in these circumstances?. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). An exhortation to peace and union. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). Reflections on a paper, intituled, His Majesty's reasons for withdrawing himself from Rochester. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1689). The story of Jetzer, taken out of Dr. G. Burnet's letters. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1689]). A collection of papers against popery and arbitrary government. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1689]). A letter, containing some reflections on His Majesties Declaration for liberty of conscience dated the fourth of April, 1687. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1690). A sermon preached at Bow-Church, before the court of aldermen, on March 12, 1689/90. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1690). A sermon preached before the King & Queen at White-Hall, on Christmas-Day, 1689. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1690). A sermon preached before the King and Queen at White-Hall on the 19th day of October, 1690, being the day of thanksgiving for His Majesties preservation and success in Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1690). A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, on the 16th day of July, 1690, being the monthly-fast. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1690). Injunctions for the arch-deacons of the diocess of Sarum. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1691). A sermon preached at the funeral of the Right Honourable Anne, Lady-Dowager Brook, who was buried at Breamor, the 19th day of February, 1690/1. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1691). A sermon preached at White-Hall before the King and Queen on the 29th of April, 1691, being the fast-day. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1691). A sermon preached at White-hall, on the 26th of Novemb. 1691. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1692). A discourse of the pastoral care. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1692). A sermon preached at the funeral of the Honourable Robert Boyle at St. Martins in the Fields, January 7, 1691/2. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1692). The life of William Bedell D.D., Lord Bishop of Killmore in Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1693). A letter writ by the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, to the Lord Bishop of Cov. and Litchfield, concerning a book lately published, called, A specimen of some errors and defects in the History of the reformation of the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1694). A sermon preach'd before the Queen, at White-Hall, on the 11th of March, 1693/4. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1694). A sermon preached at the funeral of the most reverend Father in God, John, by the divine providence, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, primate and metropolitan of all England, who died at Lambeth the 22nd day of November, in the 65th year of his age, and was buried at St. Lawrence Jewry, in London, on the 30th of that month, Anno Dom. 1694. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1694). A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall on the 29th of May, 1694, being the anniversary of King Charles II, his birth and restauration. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1694). Four discourses delivered to the clergy of the Diocess of Sarum …. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1695). A sermon preach'd before the King, at St. James-Chapel. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1695). An essay on the memory of the late Queen. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1696). Reflections upon a pamphlet entituled, Some discourses upon Dr. Burnet and Dr. Tillotson, occasioned by the late funeral-sermon of the former upon the later. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1697). A sermon preach'd before the King in the chappel at Whitehall on the third Sunday in Lent, being the 7th day of March, 1696/7. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1697). A sermon preached before the King at Whitehall, on Christmas-Day, 1696. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1697). A sermon preached before the King at Whitehall, on the second of December, 1697. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1698). Of charity to the houshold of faith. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert ([1698]). A sermon preached before the King, at Whitehall, on the second of December, 1697. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1700). An exposition of the Thirty-nine articles of the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1700). Charitable reproof. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Gilbert (1700). Reflections on a book entituled (The rights, powers, and privileges of an English convocation, stated and vindicated). EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Thomas (1690). A review of The theory of the earth and of its proofs, especially in reference to Scripture. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Thomas (1690). An answer to the late exceptions made by Mr. Erasmus Warren against The theory of the earth. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Thomas (1691). A short consideration of Mr. Erasmus Warren's defence of his exceptions against the theory of the earth. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Thomas (1697). Remarks upon An essay concerning humane understanding. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Thomas (1697). Second remarks upon An essay concerning humane understanding. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Thomas (1697). The theory of the earth. EEBO-TCP.

Burnet, Thomas (1699). Third remarks upon An essay concerning humane understanding. EEBO-TCP.

Burnyeat, John (1688). The holy truth and its professors defended. EEBO-TCP.

Burnyeat, John (1691). The truth exalted in the writings of that eminent and faithful servant of Christ, John Burnyeat. EEBO-TCP.

Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938 (1692). "A Brief and True Narrative, by Deodat Lawson, 1692". EarlyUVa.

Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938 (1692). "Letter of Thomas Brattle, F. R. S., 1692". EarlyUVa.

Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938 (1692). "Letters of Governor Phips to the Home Government, 1692-1693". EarlyUVa.

Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938 (1692). "The Wonders of the Invisible World," by Cotton Mather, 1693. EarlyUVa.

Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938 (1692). Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706. EarlyUVa.

Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938 (1700). "More Wonders of the Invisible World," by Robert Calef, 1700 ;. EarlyUVa.

Burrough, Edward (1656). A trumpet of the Lord sounded out of Sion. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1656). Truth defended, or, Certain accusations answered. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1657). A declaration to all the world of our faith, and what we believe. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1657). A generall epistle, and greeting of the Fathers love, to all the saints. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1657). Many strong reasons confounded, which would hinder any reasonable man from being a Quaker. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward ([1657]). To you that are called Anabaptists in the nation of Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1658). A message for instruction to all the rulers, judges, and magistrates to whom the law is committed. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1658). A standard lifted up, and an ensigne held forth, to all nations. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1658). A testimony against a great idolatry committed. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1658). Some of the principles of the Quakers (scornfully so called by men) vindicated and proved sound and true and according to the Scriptures. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1658). Something of truth made manifest. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1658). The true Christian religion again discovered after the long and dark night of apostacy, which hath overshadowed the whole world for many ages …. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1658). The true state of Christianity, truly discribed, and also discovered unto all people. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward ([1658]). A message proclaimed. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659?]). A message to all kings and rulers in Christendom. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659?]). To the Parliament of the common-wealth of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). A declaration from the people called Quakers, to the present distracted nation of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). A discovery of some part of the war between the kingdom of the Lamb and the kingdom of Anti-Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). A faithful testimony concerning the true worship of God. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). A message to the present rulers of England. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). A visitation & vvarning proclamed and an alarm sounded in the popes borders …. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). Good counsel and advice rejected by disobedient men. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). Satans designs defeated …. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). Some false principles and errors discovered and refuted. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). To Charles Fleetvvood, steward, Robert Hatton, recorder, Sackford Gunstone, Henry Wilcock, baliffs. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1659). To the rulers and to such as are in authority. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1660?]). A seasonable word of advice unto all that are or may through the subtlety of the enemy, backslide from the truth. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1660?]). The everlasting gospel of repentance and remission of sins …. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1660). A general epistle to all the saints. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1660). A just and lawful tryal of the teachers and professed ministers of his age and generation. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1660). A returne to the ministers of London. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1660). A visitation and presentation of love unto the King, and those call'd Royallists. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1660). To the beloved and chosen of God in the seed elected. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward ([1660]). A vindication of the people of God, called Quakers …. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1661). A discovery of divine mysteries. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1661). A hue and cry after the false prophets and deceivers of our age. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1661). A just and righteous plea. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1661). A tender salutation of perfect love unto the elect of God. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1661). The case of free liberty of conscience in the exercise of faith and religion. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1662?]). The case of the people called Quakers (once more) stated, and published to the world. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1662). A brief relation of the persecutions and cruelties that have been acted upon the people called Quakers. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward ([1662]). To all dear Friends & brethren in the everlasting truth & covenant of the Almighty Jehovah, blessed for evermore. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1663). A true description of my manner of life. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1663). Two general epistles, or, The breathings of love. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1667). An epistle to friends of truth in and about London. EEBO-TCP.

Burrough, Edward (1672). The memorable works of a son of thunder and consolation. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard (1672). Tagathon, or, Divine goodness explicated and vindicated from the exceptions of the atheist. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard (1675). Cavsa dei, or, An apology for God. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard (1678). Organum vetus & novum, or, A discourse of reason and truth. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard (1684). An argument for infants baptisme. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard (1685). Vindiciæ pædo-baptismi, or, A confirmation of an argument lately emitted for infants baptism. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard (1687). Prudential reasons for repealing the penal laws against all recusants and for a general toleration. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard ([1691]). The nature of church-government. EEBO-TCP.

Burthogge, Richard (1699). Of the soul of the world and of particular souls. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1624). A censure of simonie, or, A most important case of conscience concerning simonie briefly discussed. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1626). A plea to an appeale. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1628). A tryall of priuate deuotions, or, A diall for the houres of prayer. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1628). Conflicts and comforts of conscience. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1628). The seuen vials, or, A briefe and plaine exposition vpon the 15: and 16: chapters of the Revelation. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry ([1628]). Israels fast, or, A meditation vpon the seuenth chapter of Ioshuah. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1629). Truth's triumph ouer Trent, or, The great gulfe betweene Sion and Babylon. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry ([1631]). Grounds of Christian religion. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1632). The Christians bulvvarke, against Satans battery, or, The doctrine of iustification. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1635?]). A brief answer to a late Treatise of the Sabbath day. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1636). For God, and the King. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry ([1636]). A divine tragedie lately acted, or, A collection of sundry memorable examples of Gods judgements upon Sabbath-breakers, and other like libertines, in their unlawfull sports, happening within the realme of England, in the compass only of two yeares last past, since the booke was published. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry ([1640]). A replie to a relation, of the conference between William Laude and Mr. Fisher the Jesuite. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1641). A most godly sermon. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1641). Englands bondage and hope of deliverance. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1641). The humble petitions of Mr. Burton and Dr. Bastwicke. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1644). A vindicaton of churches, commonly called Independent, or, A briefe answer to two books. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry ([1644]). The grand impostor vnmasked, or, A detection of the notorious hypocrisie and desperate impiety of the late Archbishop, so styled, of Canterbury. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1645). A full and satisfactorie ansvvere to the Arch-bishop of Canterbvries speech, or, Funerall sermon preached by himselfe on the Tower-hill, on Friday the tenth of Ianuary, 1645, upon Hebr. 12. 1, 2 at which time he was there and then beheaded. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, Henry (1660). Jesu-vvorship confuted, or, Certain arguments against bowing at the name Jesus. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William ([1590]). A sermon preached in the Cathedrall Church in Norwich, the xxi. day of December, 1589. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1591). Certaine questions and answeres, concerning the knovvledge of God. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William ([1592]). [Dauids euidenece [sic], or, The assurance of Gods loue]. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1593). A caueat for suerties. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1594). An exposition of the Lords Prayer. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1594). Conclusions of peace, betweene God and man. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1595). The rowsing of the sluggard, in 7. sermons. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1598). Dauids thanksgiuing for the arraignement of the man of earth. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1602). Ten sermons vpon the first, second, third and fourth verses of the sixt of Matthew. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1608). The Christians heauenly treasure. EEBO-TCP.

Burton, William (1658). A commentary on Antoninus, his Itinerary, or, Journies of the Romane Empire, so far as it concerneth Britain. EEBO-TCP.

Bury, Richard de (1345 1888). The Love of Books: the Philobiblon of Richard de Bury. EarlyUVa.

Busbecq, Ogier Ghislain de (1694). The four epistles of A.G. Busbequius concerning his embassy into Turkey. EEBO-TCP.

Bush[e], Paul, Bishop of Bristol ([1526]). Bush[e]: The Extripacion of ignorancy (1526). CH.

Bushe, Paul ([1526?]). Here begynneth a lytell treatyse in Englysshe, called the extripacion of ignorancy. TUDOR.

Butcher, Richard (1646). The survey and antiquitie of the towne of Stamford in the county of Lincolne. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1643). A letter from Mercvrivs Civicvs to Mercurius Rusticus, or, Londons confession but not repentance. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1659). The acts and monuments of our late Parliament, or, A collection of the acts, orders, votes, and resolves that hath passed in the House. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1662). A proposall humbly offered for the farming of liberty of conscience. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1663). Hudibras. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1671). To the memory of the most renowned Du-Vall. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1672). Two letters. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1673). The London almanack, or, A compendium of the year 1673. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1674). Another ballad called the libertines lampoone, or, The curvets of conscience. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel ([1674]). The Geneva ballad. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1681). The priviledge of our saints in the business of perjury. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1691). The plagiary exposed, or, An old answer to a newly revived calumny against the memory of King Charles I. EEBO-TCP.

Butler, Samuel (1905). Butler, S.: Hudibras (1905). CH.

Butler, Samuel (1928). Butler, S.: Satires and Miscellaneous poetry and prose (1928). CH.

Byfield, Nicholas (1614). The signes, or, An essay concerning the assurance of Gods loue, and mans saluation. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1615). An exposition vpon the Epistle to the Colossians. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1617). Sermons vpon the first chapter of the first epistle generall of Peter. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1618). Directions for the priuate reading of the Scriptures. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1618). The cure of the feare of death. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1618). The paterne of wholsome words, or, A collection of such truths as are of necessity to be belieued vnto saluation. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1619). The promises, or, A treatise shewing how a godly Christian may support his heart with comfort. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1619). The rules of a holy life, or, A treatise containing the holy order of our liues, prescribed in the Scripture. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1623). A commentary, or, Sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1625). The principall grounds of Christian religion. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1626). Sermons upon the ten first verses of the third chapter of the first Epistle of S. Peter. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas (1630). The marrovv of the oracles of God, or, Diuers treatises. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, Nicholas ([1637]). A commentary upon the three first chapters of the first Epistle generall of St. Peter. EEBO-TCP.

Byfield, T (1695). A short discourse on the rise, nature, and management of the small-pox, and all putrid fevers. EEBO-TCP.

C

C. H (1655?). A fairing for young-men, or, The careless lover. EEBO-TCP.

C. T. (1615). An aduice hovv to plant tobacco in England. EEBO-TCP.

Caesar, Julius (1565). The eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Cæsar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the realme of Gallia and the countries bordering vppon the same. EEBO-TCP.

Caesar, Philipp (1578). A general discourse against the damnable sect of vsurers. EEBO-TCP.

Caius, John (1552). A boke, or counseill against the disease commonly called the sweate, or sweatyng sicknesse. EEBO-TCP.

Caius, John (1576). Of Englishe dogges. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1642). An ansvver to the articles against Master Calamy, Master Martiall, Master Burton, Master Peters, Master Moleigne, Master Case, M. Sedgwicke, M. Evans, &c. and many other painfull divines. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1642). Englands looking-glasse. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1642). Gods free mercy to England. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1643). The noble-mans patterne of true and reall thankfulnesse. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1646). A just and necessary apology against an unjust invective published by Mr. Henry Burton in a late book of his entituled, Truth still truth, though shut out of doors. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1651?]). A sermon preached by Mr. Edmund Calamy at Aldermanbury, London, Aug. 24, 1651. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1652). Englands antidote against the plague of civill warre. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1655). The monster of sinful self-seeking, anatomizd. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1655). The saints transfiguration, or, The body of vilenesse changed into a body of glory. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1657). Evidence for heaven. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1658). The Godly mans ark, or, City of refuge, in the day of his distresse. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1662). Eli trembling for fear of the ark. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1662). The fixed saint. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1662). The happinesse of those who sleep in Jesus, or, The benefit that comes to the dead bodies of the saints even while they are in the grave, sleeping in Jesus. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1663). A sermon preached at Aldermanberry Church, Dec. 28, 1662 in the fore-noon. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund ([1663]). Master Edmund Calamies leading case. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1674). Saints memorials, or, Words fitly spoken, like apples of gold in pictures of silver. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1680). The art of divine meditation, or, A discourse of the nature, necessity, and excellency thereof. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1694). A funeral sermon preach'd at the internment of Mr. Samuel Stephens. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1697). A practical discourse concerning vows. EEBO-TCP.

Calamy, Edmund (1698). A funeral sermon preached upon occasion of the decease of the eminently pious Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, late wife of Mr. Daniel Williams, who departed this life, June the 10th, 1698, Ætat 62. EEBO-TCP.

Calderwood, David (1636). The re-examination of two of the articles abridged. EEBO-TCP.

Calef, Robert (1700). More wonders of the invisible world, or, The wonders of the invisible world. EEBO-TCP.

Calendar of Shepherds, The (1892). [Anon.]: The kalender of shepherdes (1892). CH.

Calvi, François de (1638). Histoire des larrons, or, The history of theeves. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean (1548?]). A faythfull and moost godlye treatyse concernyng the most sacred Sacrament of the blessed body and bloude of our sauioure Chryst,. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean ([1549]). Of the life or conuersation of a Christen man, a right godly treatise,. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean (1561 [6 May] Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum). The institution of Christian religion. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean ([1567]). A little booke of Iohn Caluines concernynge offences. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean (1577). The sermons of M. Iohn Caluin, vpon the Epistle of S. Paule too the Ephesians. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean (1578). A commentarie of M. Iohn Caluine, vpon the booke of Iosue. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean (1583). The sermons of M. Iohn Caluin vpon the fifth booke of Moses called Deuteronomie. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean (1584). A harmonie vpon the the three Euangelists, Matthew, Mark and Luke. EEBO-TCP.

Calvin, Jean. Calvin: Commentaries. CCEL.

Calvin, John (1509-1564). The Institutes of the Christian Religion. CCEL.

Calvin, John. On the Christian Life. CCEL.

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Carpenter, Nathanael ([1635]). Geographie delineated forth in two bookes. EEBO-TCP.

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Cary, Walter (1626). The present state of England. EEBO-TCP.

Caryll, John (1667). The English princess, or, The death of Richard the III. EEBO-TCP.

Caryll, John (1671). Sir Salomon, or, The cautious coxcomb. EEBO-TCP.

Caryll, John (1679). Naboth's vinyard, or, The innocent traytor. EEBO-TCP.

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Caton, William (1660). Truths caracter of professors and their teachers. EEBO-TCP.

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Cavendish, Margaret (Lucas), Duchess of Newcastle (1655). The world's olio. WWP.

Cavendish, Margaret (Lucas), Duchess of Newcastle (1656). Natures pictures drawn by fancies pencil to the life. WWP.

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Cavendish, Margaret (Lucas), Duchess of Newcastle (1662). Playes written by the thrice noble, illustrious, and excellent princess, the lady Marchioness of Newcastle. WWP.

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Cavendish, Margaret (Lucas), Duchess of Newcastle (1662). Playes written by the thrice noble, illustrious, and excellent princess, the lady Marchioness of Newcastle. WWP.

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Cavendish, Margaret (Lucas), Duchess of Newcastle (1668). Plays never before printed. WWP.

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Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle (1655). Cavendish, M.: The Worlds Olio (1655). CH.

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Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle (1717). Cavendish, W.: The charms of liberty: A poem (1717). CH.

Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle (1956). Cavendish, W.: Phanseys (1956). CH.

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Caxton, William ([1480]). [Here endeth this doctrine at Westmestre by london in fourmes enprinted. In the whiche one euerich may shortly lerne. Frenssh and englissh] …. EEBO-TCP.

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Centlivre, Susanna (Freeman) (1709). The man's bewitch'd: or, the devil to do about her. WWP.

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Chandler, Samuel (1699). A dialogue between a pædo-baptist and an anti-pædo-baptist. EEBO-TCP.

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Chapman, George (1594). Chapman: The Shadow of Night (1594). CH.

Chapman, George (1595). Ouids banquet of sence. EEBO-TCP.

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Chapman, George (1598). The blinde begger of Alexandria. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1599). A pleasant comedy entituled, An humerous dayes myrth. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1605). Al fooles. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1606). Sir Gyles Goosecappe Knight. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1606). The gentleman vsher. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1606). Monsieur D'Olive. ElizAuth.

Chapman, George (1607). Bussy d'Ambois. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1608). The conspiracie, and tragedie of Charles Duke of Byron, Marshall of France. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1609). Euthymiæ raptus, or, the teares of peace. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1609). Chapman: Evthymiæ Raptvs; (1609). CH.

Chapman, George (1611). May-day. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1612 [i.e. 1613]). An epicede or funerall song. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1612). The vviddovves teares. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1612). Chapman: An Epicede or Funerall Song (1612). CH.

Chapman, George (1612). Chapman: Petrarchs seven penitentiall psalms (1612). CH.

Chapman, George (1613). The reuenge of Bussy D'Ambois. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George ([1613]). The memorable maske of the two honorable houses or Innes of Court ; the Middle Temple, and Lyncolns Inne. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1614-16). The Odysseys of Homer, vol. 1. Bart.

Chapman, George (1614). A free and offenceles iustification. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1614). Andromeda liberata, or, the nuptials of Perseus and Andromeda. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1614). Chapman, G.: Evgenia (1614). CH.

Chapman, George (1614). Chapman: A free and offenceles iustification (1614). CH.

Chapman, George (1614). Chapman: Andromeda Liberata (1614). CH.

Chapman, George (1616). Chapman: The Divine Poem of Mvsæus (1616). CH.

Chapman, George (1618). Chapman: The Georgicks of Hesiod (1618). CH.

Chapman, George (1622). Pro Vere, autumni lachrymæ. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1622). Chapman: Pro vere avtvmni lachrymæ (1622). CH.

Chapman, George (1629). Chapman: A Iustification of a Strange Action of Nero (1629). CH.

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Chapman, George ([1631]). The vvarres of Pompey and Caesar. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1654). The tragedy of Alphonsus, Emperour of Germany. EEBO-TCP.

Chapman, George (1987). Bussy d'Ambois. OTA.

Chapman, George. Bussy d'Ambois. OTA.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book I. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book II. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book III. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book IV. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book IX. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book V. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book VI. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book VII. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book VIII. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book X. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book XI. TACT.

Chapman, George. Homer's Odysseys: Book XII. TACT.

Chapman, George. The gentleman usher. OTA.

Chapman, George. The revenge of Bussy d'Ambois. OTA.

Chapman, George ([1616]). Chapman: The Whole Works of Homer … in his Iliads and Odysses [1616]. CH.

Chappell, Bartholomew (1595). The garden of prudence. EEBO-TCP.

Chappell, Bartholomew (1595). Chappell, B.: The Garden of Prudence (1595). CH.

Charles (1662). His Majesties most gracious speech, together with the Lord Chancellors, to the two Houses of Parliament at their prorogation, on Monday the nineteenth of May, 1662. EEBO-TCP.

Charles (1665). His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Charles (1674). Most Reverend Father in God we greet you well. EEBO-TCP.

Charles (1684?]). Most reverend father in God, we greet you well. EEBO-TCP.

Charles ([1686]). Copies of two papers written by the late King Charles II. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1654). Physiologia Epicuro-Gassendo-Charltoniana, or, A fabrick of science natural, upon the hypothesis of atoms founded by Epicurus. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1657). The immortality of the human soul, demonstrated by the light of nature. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1659). Natural history of nutrition, life, and voluntary motion. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1661). A character of His Most Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1663). Chorea gigantum, or, The most famous antiquity of Great-Britan [sic], vulgarly called Stone-Heng, standing on Salisbury Plain, restored to the Danes. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1668). The Ephesian and Cimmerian matrons. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1669). Two discourses. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1674). Natural history of the passions. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1680). Enquiries into human nature. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1682). The harmony of natural and positive divine laws. EEBO-TCP.

Charleton, Walter (1683). Three anatomic lectures. EEBO-TCP.

Chartier, A. (1484). The Curial. R3.

Chartier, Alain ([1483]). Here foloweth the copye of a lettre whyche maistre Alayn Charetier wrote to hys brother …. EEBO-TCP.

Chassepol, François de (1677). The history of the grand visiers, Mahomet and Achmet Coprogli, of the three last grand signiors, their Sultana's and chief favourites, with the most secret intrigues of the seraglio. EEBO-TCP.

Chaucer (1687). Canterbury tales. EEBO-TCP.

Chaucer, Geoffrey (1477?]). The lyf so short the craft so lo[n]ge to lerne. EEBO-TCP.

Chaucer, Geoffrey (1477?]). Thou fiers god of armes, mars the rede. EEBO-TCP.

Chaucer, Geoffrey ([1477]). Whan that Apprill with his shouris sote and the droughte of marche hath p[er]cid þe rote …. EEBO-TCP.

Chaucer, Geoffrey ([1483]). The book of fame. EEBO-TCP.

Chaucer, Geoffrey (1500?]). The loue and complayntes bytwene Mars and Venus. EEBO-TCP.

Chaucer, Geoffrey (1894-1897). Chaucer: The complete works (1894 -1897). CH.

Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 (1385). Troilus and Criseyde. MiddleUVa.

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Cheke, John (1641). The true subiect to the rebell, or, The hurt of sedition, how greivous it is to a common-wealth. EEBO-TCP.

Chester, Robert (1611). The anuals of great Brittaine, or, A most excellent monument. EEBO-TCP.

Chester, Sir Robert (1601). Chester: Loves martyr (1601). CH.

Chester, Sir Robert (1914). Chester: Poems (1914). CH.

Chettle, H. (1592). Kind-Harts Dreame. R3.

Chettle, Henry (1593?]). Kind-harts dreame. EEBO-TCP.

Chettle, Henry (1603). Englands mourning garment. EEBO-TCP.

Chettle, Henry (1631). The tragedy of Hoffman, or, A reuenge for a father. EEBO-TCP.

Cheynell, Francis (1643). The rise, growth, and danger of Socinianisme. EEBO-TCP.

Cheynell, Francis (1647). An account given to the Parliament by the ministers sent by them to Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Cheynell, Francis (1650). The divine trinunity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, or, The blessed doctrine of the three coessentiall subsistents in the eternall Godhead without any confusion or division of the distinct subsistences or multiplication of the most single and entire Godhead. EEBO-TCP.

Chidley, Katharine (1641). The justification of the independent churches of Christ. WWP.

Chidley, Katharine (1645). A new-yeares gift, or a brief exhortation to Mr. Thomas Edwards. WWP.

Chidley, Katharine (1645). Good counsell, to the petitioners for Presbyterian government. WWP.

Chidley, Katherine (1641). The ivstification of the independant chvrches of Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Chidley, Katherine (1645). A new-yeares-gift, or, A brief exhortation to Mr. Thomas Edwards. EEBO-TCP.

Chidley, Samuel (1652). Retsah, a cry against a crying sinne, or, A just complaint to the magistrates, against them who have broken the statute laws of God, by killing of men meerly for theft. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1668). A short addition to the observations concerning trade and interest of money. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1670?]). Sir Josiah Child's proposals for the relief and employment of the poor. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1681). A treatise wherein is demonstrated, I. That the East-India trade is the most national of all foreign trades, II. That the clamors, aspersions, and objections made against the present East-India company, are sinister, selfish, or groundless, III. That since the discovery of the East-Indies, the dominion of the sea depends much upon the wane or increase of that trade, and consequently the security of the liberty, property, and protestant religion of this kingdom, IV. That the trade of the East-Indies cannot be carried on to national advantage, in any other way than by a general joynt stock, V. That the East-India trade is more profitable and necessary to the kingdom of England, than to any other kingdom or nation in Europe. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1689). A discourse concerning trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah ([1689]). A supplement, 1689 to a former treatise. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1690). A discourse about trade. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1693). A new discourse of trade. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1693). An essay on wool and wollen manufacture. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1694). A discourse of the nature, use and advantages of trade. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1697). The great honor and advantage of the East-India trade to the kingdom, asserted. EEBO-TCP.

Child, Josiah (1699). A method concerning the relief and employment of the poor. EEBO-TCP.

Chillingworth, William ([1638]). The religion of protestants a safe vvay to salvation, or, An ansvver to a booke entitled Mercy and truth, or, Charity maintain'd by Catholiques, which pretends to prove the contrary. EEBO-TCP.

Chillingworth, William (1644). A sermon preached preached before His Majesty at Reading. EEBO-TCP.

Chillingworth, William (1662). Mr. Chillingworths letter touching infallibility. EEBO-TCP.

Chillingworth, William ([1664]). The apostolical institution of episcopacy demonstrated. EEBO-TCP.

Chillingworth, William (1673). Reasons against popery. EEBO-TCP.

Chillingworth, William (1687). Additional discourses of Mr. Chillingworth never before printed. EEBO-TCP.

Christine ([1478]). The morale prouerbes of Cristyne. EEBO-TCP.

Christine ([1484]). Here begynneth the table of the rubryshys of the boke of the fayt of armes and of chyualrye. EEBO-TCP.

Christine ([1521]). Here begynneth the boke of the cyte of ladyes. EEBO-TCP.

Christine ([1521]). Here begynneth the booke whiche is called the body of polycye. EEBO-TCP.

Christine (1549?]). Here foloweth the. C. hystoryes of Troye. EEBO-TCP.

Christopherson, John (1.5.5.4. 24. Iulij). An exhortation to all menne to take hede and beware of rebellion. EEBO-TCP.

Chudleigh, Lady Mary (1703). Chudleigh: Poems on Several Occasions (1703). CH.

Chudleigh, Lady Mary (1710). Chudleigh, M.: Essays upon Several Subjects (1710). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1552?]). A playn and fynall confutacion: Of cammells corlyke oblatracion. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1552?]). Dauy Dycars dreame. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1552]). A myrrour for man where in he shall see the myserable state of thys worlde. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1560). Churchyard: The Contention betwyxte Churchyeard and Camell (1560). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1560]). The contention betwyxte Churchyeard and Camell, vpon Dauid Dycers dreame. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). A farewell cauld, Churcheyeards, rounde. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). Churchyardes farewell. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). A greatter thanks, for Churchyardes welcome home. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). Churchyardes lamentacion of freyndshyp. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1568). Churchyard: A commendatory poem (1568). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1570. March. 27). The epitaphe of the honorable Earle of Penbroke, Baron of Cardiffe, and knight of the most noble order of the garter. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1570. The first of Maye). Come bring in Maye with me. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1570). Churchyard: A discourse of Rebellion (1570). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1570). Churchyard: The Epitaphe of the honourable Earle of Penbroke (1570). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1572). Churchyard: Commendatory verse to Hvloets dictionarie (1572). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1572). Churchyard: The Thre first bookes of Ouids De Tristibvs (1572). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1575. Cum priuilegio). The firste parte of Churchyardes chippes. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1575). Churchyard: The firste parte of Churchyardes Chippes (1575). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1578). A lamentable, and pitifull description, of the wofull warres in Flaunders, since the foure last yeares of the Emperor Charles the fifth his raigne. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1578). Churchyard, T.: A discourse of The Queenes … entertainment (1578). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1578). Churchyard: A Lamentable, and pitifull Description of the wofull warres in Flaunders (1578). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1578). Churchyard: A prayse of Maister Forboishers voyage (1578). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1578]). A prayse, and reporte of Maister Martyne Forboishers voyage to Meta Incognita. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1578]). A discourse of the Queenes Maiesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norffolk. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1579?]). The moste true reporte of Iames Fitz Morrice death, and others the like offe[n]ders: with a brief discourse of rebellion, dedicated to the ribht [sic] worshipfull my louying freende M. Drewe Drewrie, brother to the honourable sir Willyam Drewrie, lorde Iustice of Irelande. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1579). Churchyard: The Miserie of Flavnders (1579). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1579]). A generall rehearsall of warres, called Churchyardes choise. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1579]). The miserie of Flaunders, calamitie of Fraunce, misfortune of Portugall, vnquietnes of Irelande, troubles of Scotlande: and the blessed state of Englande. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1580. April. 8). A warning for the wise, a feare to the fond, a bridle to the lewde, and a glasse to the good. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1580). A light bondell of liuly discourses called Churchyardes charge. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1580). A pleasaunte laborinth called Churchyardes chance. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1580). Churchyard: A light Bondell of liuly discourses called Churchyards Charge (1580). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1580). Churchyard: A pleasaunte Laborinth called Churchyardes Chance (1580). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1580). Churchyard: A warning for the wise (1580). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1580]). A plaine or moste true report of a daungerous seruice. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1584). A scourge for rebels. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1586]). The epitaph of Sir Phillip Sidney Knight, lately Lord Gouernour of Floshing. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1587). The vvorthines of VVales. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1587). Churchyard, T.: Epitaph of Sir Phillip Sidney (1537). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1587). Churchyard: The Worthines of Wales (1587). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1588). A sparke of frendship and warme goodwill, that shewest the effect of true affection and vnfoldes the finenesse of this world. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1588). Churchyard: A sparke of frendship (1588). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1591). A reuyuing of the deade by verses that foloweth. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1591). Churchyard: A reuyuing of the deade (1591). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1592). A feast full of sad cheere. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1592). A handeful of gladsome verses, giuen to the Queenes Maiesty at Woodstocke this prograce. 1592. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1592). Churchyard: A Feast full of sad cheere (1592). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1592). Churchyard: A handefvl of gladsome verses (1592). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1593). Churchyards challenge. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1593). Churchyard: A Pleasant conceite (1593). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1593). Churchyard: Chvrchyards challenge (1593). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1593]). A pleasant conceite penned in verse. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1594). Churchyard: The mirror of Man (1594). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1595). A musicall consort of heauenly harmonie (compounded out of manie parts of musicke) called Churchyards charitie. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1595). Churchyard: A Musical Consort (1595). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1596). A pleasant discourse of court and wars. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1596). A sad and solemne funerall, of the right Honorable sir Francis Knowles knight, treasorer of the Queenes Maiesties houshold, one of hir priuie councell, and knight of the most honorable order of the Garter. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1596). The honor of the lawe. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1596). Churchyard: A pleasant Discourse of Court and Wars (1596). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1596). Churchyard: A sad and solemn Funerall (1596). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1596). Churchyard: The Honor of the Lawe (1596). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1598). Churchyard: A wished reformacion of wicked Rebellion (1598). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1599). Churchyard: The Fortunate Farewell (1599). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1602). Churchyard: The wonders of the ayre (1602). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas (1604?]). Sorrovvfull verses made on [the] death of our most Soueraigne Lady Queen Elizabeth, my gracious mistresse. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1604). Churchyards good will. EEBO-TCP.

Churchyard, Thomas (1604). Churchyard: Churchyards good will (1604). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). Churchyard: A Farewell cauld, Churchyeards, rounde [1566]. CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). Churchyard: A Greatter thankes (1566). CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). Churchyard: Churchyardes farewell [1566]. CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1566]). Churchyard: Churchyardes Lamentation of Freyndshyp [1566]. CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1573]). Churchyard:[To L. Lloid] [1573]. CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1579]). Churchyard: A generall rehearsall of warres [1579]. CH.

Churchyard, Thomas ([1603?]). Churchyard, T.: Sorrowfull Verses [1603?]. CH.

Chute, Anthony (1593). Chute: Beawtie Dishonoured (1593). CH.

Chute, Anthony (1595). [Tabacco]. EEBO-TCP.

Cibber, Colley (1695). A poem on the death of our late soveraign lady Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Cibber, Colley (1696). Loves last shift, or, The fool in fashion. EEBO-TCP.

Cibber, Colley (1699). Xerxes, a tragedy. EEBO-TCP.

Cibber, Colley (1700). Richard III. EarlyUVa.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1481 (12 Aug. [-ca. Sept.])]). hEre begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue, of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute …. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1534?]). [The paradox of Marcus Tullius Cicero]. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1556). Marcus Tullius Ciceroes thre bokes of duties. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1561). An epistle or letter of exhortation. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1561). Those fyue questions. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1562). The booke of freendeship of Marcus Tullie Cicero. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1616). The first book of Tullies Offices translated grammatically, and also according to the propriety of our English tongue. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius ([1620]). The familiar epistles of M.T. Cicero. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1648). Cato major, or, The book of old age. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1668). Cicero's prince. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1671). Cicero against Catiline, in IV invective orations. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1680). Tullys offices. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1689). The oration of Cicero for M. Marcellus. EEBO-TCP.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (1699). Tully's three books of offices, in English. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1596). A briefe of the Bible. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch ([1597]). Theologicall axioms or conclusions. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1598). The syn, against the holy ghoste. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1599). The discription of a true visible Christian. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1600). Antidoton, or, A soueraigne remedie against schisme and heresie. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1601). Clapham: Ælohim-triune (1601). CH.

Clapham, Henoch (1603). An epistle discoursing vpon the present pestilence. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1604). Henoch Clapham his demaundes and answeres touching the pestilence. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1606). A manuel of the Bibles doctrine for law and Gospell, letter and spirit, signe and thing signified. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1606). An abstract of fayth. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1608). Errour on the left hand, through a frozen securitie. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1608). Errour on the right hand, through a preposterous zeale. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, Henoch (1608). Clapham: A Briefe of the Bibles History (1608). CH.

Clapham, Henoch (1609). A chronological discourse touching, 1 The Church. 2 Christ. 3 Anti-Christ. 4 Gog & Magog. &c. EEBO-TCP.

Clapham, John (1606). The historie of Great Britannie. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde (1641). Mr. Edvvard Hydes speech at a conference betweene both Houses on Tewsday the 6th of July 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde (1641). Mr. Hides argvment before the Lords in the Vpper Hovse of Parliament, Aprill 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde ([1643]). Tvvo speeches made in the House of Peeres, on Munday the 19th. of December, for, and against accomodation. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde (1660?]). Second thoughts, or, The case of a limited toleration, stated according to the present exigence of affairs in church and state. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde (1667?). To the Right Honourable, the Lords spiritual and temporal, in Parliament assembled, the hvmble petition and address of Edward, Earl of Clarendon. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde (1673). Animadversions upon a book intituled, Fanaticism fanatically imputed to the Catholick Church, by Dr. Stillingfleet, and the imputation refuted and retorted by S.C. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde (1676). A brief view and survey of the dangerous and pernicious errors to church and state, in Mr. Hobbes's book, entitled Leviathan. EEBO-TCP.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde (1680?]). Two letters written by the Right Honourable Edward, Earl of Clarendon, late Lord High Chancellour of England. EEBO-TCP.

Clark, William (1685). Clark: The grand Tryal: or, Poetical Exercitations upon the book of Job (1685). CH.

Clarke, Jeremiah (1700?]). The country farmer. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1640). A generall martyrologie. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1643). Englands covenant proved lawful and necessary also at this time both by Scripture and reason. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1653). The life of Tamerlane the Great. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1655). Christian good-fellowship, or, Love and good works. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel ([1657]). A geographicall description of all the countries in the known vvorld. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1662). A collection of the lives of ten eminent divines. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1664). The blessed life and meritorious death of Our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ, from His conception to His cross, and from His cross to His crown. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1665). A briefe and yet exact and accurate description of the present state of the great & mighty empire of Germany. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1665). The life and death of Pompey the Great. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1672). A description of the seaventeen provinces commonly called the Low-Countries (the present stage of action). EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1673). The life and death of the thrice noble and illustrious Edvvard, surnamed the Black Prince. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1677). England's remembrancer. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1682). The history of the glorious life, reign, and death of the illustrious Queen Elizabeth. EEBO-TCP.

Clarke, Samuel (1690). The historian's guide, or, Britain's remembrancer. EEBO-TCP.

Clavell, John (1628). A recantation of an ill led life, or, A discouerie of the high-way law. EEBO-TCP.

Cleaver, Robert (1621). A godly forme of houshold government. EEBO-TCP.

Cleland, William (1697). A collection of several poems and verses. EEBO-TCP.

Cleland, William (1697). Cleland: A Collection of Several Poems and Verses (1697). CH.

Clerk, William (1631). An epitome of certaine late aspersions cast at ciuilians, the ciuil and ecclesistical lawes, the courts Christian; and at bishops and their chancellors. EEBO-TCP.

Clerke, Francis (1667?]). Proposals for printing by subscription, Clarke's Praxis, in one volume, in octavo. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1644). The character of a London diurnall. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1647). The character of a London-diurnall. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1647). Cleveland: The Character of A London-Diurnall (1647). CH.

Cleveland, John (1648). Midsummer-moone, or, Lvnacy rampant. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1651). Poems. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1654). The idol of the clovvnes, or, Insurrection of Wat the Tyler with his priests Baal and Straw. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1657). Cleveland: Poems (1657). CH.

Cleveland, John (1658). Cleveland: Poems (1658). CH.

Cleveland, John (1659). J. Cleaveland revived. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1677). Clievelandi Vindiciæ, or, Clieveland's genuine poems, orations, epistles, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Cleveland, John (1677). Cleveland: Genuine Poems (1677). CH.

Cleveland, John (1687). The works of Mr. John Cleveland. EEBO-TCP.

Clifford, M (1687). Notes upon Mr. Dryden's poems. EEBO-TCP.

Clinton, Elizabeth (1622). The Countesse of Lincolnes nurserie. WWP.

Clive, Catherine (1744). The case of Mrs. Clive. WWP.

Cobb, Samuel (1694). A Pindarique ode, humbly offer'd to the ever-blessed memory of our late Gracious Sovereign Lady, Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

Cobb, Samuel (1695). Bersaba, or, The love of David. EEBO-TCP.

Cobb, Samuel (1697). Pax redux. EEBO-TCP.

Cobb, Samuel ([1700]). Poetæ Britannici. EEBO-TCP.

Cock Lorrel's Boat ([1510?]). [Anon.]: Cocke Lorelles Bote [1510]. CH.

Cockaine, T. (1591). A Short Treatise of Hunting. R3.

Cockburn, John (1691). A continuation of the historical relation of the late General Assembly in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Cockburn, John (1696). An enquiry into the nature, necessity, and evidence of Christian faith. EEBO-TCP.

Cockburn, John (1696). Jacob's vow, or, Man's felicity and duty. EEBO-TCP.

Cockburn, John ([1697]). Fifteen sermons preach'd upon several occassions, and on various subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Cockburn, John ([1697]). The dignity and duty of a married state. EEBO-TCP.

Cockburn, John (1698). Bourignianism detected, or, The delusions and errors of Antonia Bourignon, and her growing sect. EEBO-TCP.

Cockburn, John ([1698]). A letter from John Cockburn, D.D., to his friend in London. EEBO-TCP.

Cocker, Edward (1678). Cockers arithmetick. EEBO-TCP.

Cocker, Edward (1685). Cocker's decimal arithmetick. EEBO-TCP.

Coeffeteau, Nicholas Man, Judith (1640). An epitome of the history of faire Argenis and Polyarchus. WWP.

Coeffeteau, Nicolas (1621). A table of humane passions. EEBO-TCP.

Cokain, Aston (1669). The tragedy of Ovid. EEBO-TCP.

Cokayne, Sir Aston (1658). Cockayne: Small poems of Divers sorts (1658). CH.

Colclough, George (1571). Colclough: The Spectacle to Repentance (1571). CH.

Cole, Thomas (1676). The old apostolical way of preaching, or, Peters last legacy to all his true successors in the ministry and faith of the Gospel. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, Thomas (1689). A discourse of faith. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, Thomas (1692). A discourse of Christian religion, in sundry points. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, Thomas (1692). The incomprehensibleness of imputed righteousness, for justification, by humane reason, till enlightned by the spirit of God. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, Thomas ([1692]). A discourse of regeneration, faith and repentance. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, William (1659). A rod for the lawyers. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, William (1659). Severall proposals humbly tendered to the consideration of those that are in authority, for the ease, security, & prosperity of this common-wealth. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, William (1661). Noah's dove with her olive-branch, or, The happy tidings of the abatement of the flood of England's civil discords. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, William ([1675]). Legal and other reasons (with all humility) presented to His most Excellent Majesty, King Charles II. and to both his Honorable Houses of Parliament, why the subjects of England, should not be imprisoned for debt or damages, or any thing thereunto relating. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, William (1689). A physico-medical essay concerning the late frequency of apoplexies. EEBO-TCP.

Cole, William ([1689]). Purpura anglicana. EEBO-TCP.

Coles, Elisha (1677). An English dictionary. EEBO-TCP.

Colet, Claude (1588). The famous, pleasant, and variable historie, of Palladine of England. EEBO-TCP.

Colet, John (1530?]). The sermo[n] of doctor Colete, made to the conuocacion at Paulis. EEBO-TCP.

Colet, John (1661). A sermon of conforming and reforming. EEBO-TCP.

Colin Blowbols Testament (1864). [Anon.]: Colyn Blowbols Testament (1864). CH.

Collier, Jeremy (1686). The difference between the present and future state of our bodies. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1688). The office of a chaplain enquir'd into and vindicated from servility and contempt. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1689). A moral essay concerning the nature and unreasonableness of pride. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1689). Vindiciæ juris regii, or, Remarques upon a paper, entitled, An enquiry into the measures of submission to the supream authority. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy ([1689]). The desertion discuss'd in a letter to a country gentleman. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy ([1689]). Animadversions upon the modern explanation of II Hen. 7. cap. I, or, A king de facto. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1690?]). A caution against inconsistency, or, The connexion between praying and swearing. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1691). Dr. Sherlock's Case of allegiance considered. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1692). A brief essay concerning the independency of church-power. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy ([1693]). A perswasive to consideration, tender'd to the Royalists. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1694). Miscellanies. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1695). Miscellanies upon moral subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1696). The case of the two absolvers that were tryed at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster on Thursday the 2d of July 1696. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy ([1696]). A defence of the absolution given to Sr. William Perkins, at the place of execution, April the 3d. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy ([1696]). A reply to The absolution of a penitent, according to the directions of the Church of England, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy ([1696]). An answer to the Animadversions on two pamphlets lately published by Mr. Collier, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1698). A short view of the immorality, and profaneness of the English stage. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1699). A defence of The short view of the profaneness and immorality of the English stage, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Jeremy (1700). A second defence of the Short view of the prophaneness and immorality of the English stage, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Collier, Mary (1739). The woman's labour: an epistle to Mr. Stephen Duck. WWP.

Collins, An (1653). Divine songs and meditacions. WWP.

Collins, Anne (1653). Collins, A.: Divine Songs and Meditacions (1653). CH.

Collins, Anthony (1700). An answer to Dr. Scot's cases against dissenters concerning forms of prayer. EEBO-TCP.

Collins, Thomas (1610). The penitent publican. EEBO-TCP.

Collins, Thomas (1610). Collins, T.: The Penitent Pvblican (1610). CH.

Collins, Thomas (1615). The teares of loue, or, Cupids progresse. EEBO-TCP.

Collins, Thomas (1615). Collins, T.: The Teares of Love (1615). CH.

Collins, Thomas (1658). Choice and rare experiments in physick and chirurgery, or, A discovery of most approved medicines for the curing of most diseases incident to the body of men, women, and of children. EEBO-TCP.

Collins, W. (1746). Odes on Several Descriptive and Allegoric Subjects. R3.

Collins, William (1675). Missa triumphans, or, The triumph of the mass. EEBO-TCP.

Collop, John (1656). Poesis rediviva, or, Poesie reviv'd. EEBO-TCP.

Collop, John (1656). Collop Poesis Rediviva (1656). CH.

Collop, John (1660). Itur satyricum. EEBO-TCP.

Collop, John (1661). A letter with animadversions upon the animadverter on the Bishop of Worcesters letter. EEBO-TCP.

Collop, John (1667). Charity commended, or, A catholick Christian soberly instructed. EEBO-TCP.

Collyngbourne, William (1548). The vnion of the two noble and illustrate famelies of Lancastre and Yorke [by Edward Halle]. TUDOR.

Colmenero de Ledesma, Antonio (1640). A curious treatise of the nature and quality of chocolate. EEBO-TCP.

Colonel Norwood (1649). Tracts and Other Paper Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and Progress of the Colonies in North America From the Discovery of the Country to the Year 1776. EarlyUVa.

Colonna, Francesco (1592). Hypnerotomachia. EEBO-TCP.

Colse, Peter (1596). Penelopes complaint, or, A mirrour for wanton minions. EEBO-TCP.

Colse, Peter (1596). Colse: Penelopes Complaint (1596). CH.

Colvil, Samuel (1681). Colvil, S.: Mock poem, or, Whiggs Supplication (1681). CH.

Colvil, Samuel (1707). Colvil, S.: Prophecy anent the Union (1707). CH.

Colville, Elizabeth Melvill (1620). A godlie dreame. EEBO-TCP.

Combe, Thomas (1614). Combe, T.: The Theater of Fine Devices (1614). CH.

Comber, Thomas (1689). A letter to a bishop concerning the present settlement and the new oaths. EEBO-TCP.

Compton, Henry ([1679]). The Bishop of London his letter to the clergy of his diocess. EEBO-TCP.

Compton, Henry (1686). A list of the præbendaries of St Paul's Church (and others), appointed to preach upon the holy-days in the year of our Lord, 1686, at Saint Peter's Church in Cornhill. EEBO-TCP.

Compton, Henry (1686). Episcopalia, or, Letters of the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of London, to the clergy of his diocess. EEBO-TCP.

Compton, Henry (1688). An exact account of the whole proceedings against the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of London, before the Lord Chancellor and the other ecclesiastical commissioners. EEBO-TCP.

Compton, Henry (1690). The Bishop of London's seventh letter, of the conference with his clergy. EEBO-TCP.

Compton, Henry (1696). The bishop of London's charge to the clergy of his diocese. EEBO-TCP.

Compton, Henry (1699). The Bishop of London's ninth conference with his clergy upon the fifth and tenth injunctions given by the King, February the 15th, 1694/5. EEBO-TCP.

Confucius (1691). The morals of Confucius, a Chinese philosopher. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, W. (1700). The Judgment of Paris. R3.

Congreve, W. (1743). Semele. R3.

Congreve, William (1692). Incognita, or, Love and duty reconcil'd. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1693). The old batchelour. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1694). The double-dealer. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1695). Love for love. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1695). The mourning muse of Alexis. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William ([1695]). A pindarique ode humbly offer'd to the King on his taking Namure. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1697). The mourning bride. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1698). Amendments of M. Collier's false and imperfect citations, &c. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1698). The birth of a muse. EEBO-TCP.

Congreve, William (1700). The way of the world. EEBO-TCP.

Connaissance d'Amours, La ([1528?]). [Anon.]: La conusaunce damours [1528?]. CH.

Constable, Henry (1589). Examen pacifique de la doctrine des Huguenots. EEBO-TCP.

Constable, Henry (1592). Diana. EEBO-TCP.

Constable, Henry (1600). Discoverye of a counterfecte conference helde at a counterfecte place, by counterfecte travellers, for thadvancement of a counteerfecte tytle, and invented, printed, and published by one (person) that dare not avovve his name. EEBO-TCP.

Constable, Henry (1623). The Catholike moderator, or, A moderate examination of the doctrine of the Protestants. EEBO-TCP.

Constable, Henry (1897). Constable: Poems and Sonnets (1897). CH.

Constable., H. (1594). Diana. R3.

Cook, E. (1707). The Sot-Weed Factor. R3.

Cooke, Jo. (1614). Greenes Tu quoque, or, The cittie gallant. EEBO-TCP.

Cooke, John ([1604]). Cooke. J: Epigrames (1604). CH.

Cooke, Thomas (1641). Episcopacie asserted, as it now stands established in our church and common-wealth. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Mrs. (1770). An address to the people of Wapping and its environs. WWP.

Cooper, Thomas (1606). A brand taken out of the fire, or, The Romish spider, with his webbe of treason. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Thomas (1608). The Christians daily sacrifice. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Thomas (1615). The art of giuing. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Thomas (1617). The mystery of witch-craft. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Thomas (1619). The worldlings aduenture. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Thomas (1620?]). The mysterie of the holy government of our affections. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Thomas (1620). The cry and reuenge of blood. EEBO-TCP.

Cooper, Thomas (1622). Sathan transformed into an angell of light. EEBO-TCP.

Copland, Patrick (1622). Virginia's God be thanked, or, A sermon of thanksgiving for the happie successe of the affayres in Virginia this last yeare. EEBO-TCP.

Copland, Patrick ([1622]). A declaration how the monies (viz. seuenty pound eight shillings sixe pence) were disposed, which was gathered (by M. Patrick Copland, preacher in the Royall Iames) at the Cape of good hope, (towards the building of a free schoole in Virginia) of the gentlemen and marriners in the said ship. EEBO-TCP.

Copland, Patrick (18. of Februarie, 1622. Stilo nouo). A second courante of newes from the East India in two letters. EEBO-TCP.

Copland, Robert (1518?). Here begynneth the complaynte of them that ben to late maryed. TUDOR.

Copland, Robert (1520). Copland: L'enuoy of Robert Coplande. CH.

Copland, Robert (1524). Copland: Epilogue to the syege of Rodes (1524). CH.

Copland, Robert (1528). Copland: L'envoy and excuse (1528). CH.

Copland, Robert (1530). Copland: Introductory and Concluding Poems to The Assemble of Soules (1530). CH.

Copland, Robert (1532). Copland: R. Coplande to the translatour (1532). CH.

Copland, Robert (1535). A complaynt of them that be to soone maryed. TUDOR.

Copland, Robert (1535). Copland: A complaynt of them that be to soone maryed (1535). CH.

Copland, Robert (1536?). The hye way to the Spyttell hous. TUDOR.

Copland, Robert ([1536?]). The hye way to the spyttell hous. EEBO-TCP.

Copland, Robert ([1565]). The seuen sorowes that women haue when theyr husbandes be deade. EEBO-TCP.

Copland, Robert ([1567?]). Iyl of Braintfords testament. EEBO-TCP.

Copland, Robert (1863). Copland: Complaynte of them that ben to late maryed (1966). CH.

Copland, Robert ([1521]). Copland: Introductory poem to the passyon of our lorde [1521]. CH.

Copland, Robert ([1521]). Copland: Introductory verse to the myrrour & the chyrche [1521]. CH.

Copland, Robert ([1536?]). Copland, R.: The hye way to the spyttell hous [1536?]. CH.

Copland, Robert ([1560?]). Copland: Iyl of braintfords Testament [1560?]. CH.

Copland, Robert ([1568?]). Copland: The seuen sorowes that women have when theyr husbandes be deade [1568?]. CH.

Copland, Robert (c. 1565). The seuen sorowes that women haue when theyr husbandes be deade. TUDOR.

Copland, Robert (c. 1567?). Iyl of braintfords Testament. Newly Compiled. TUDOR.

Copley, Anthony (1595). Wits fittes and fancies. EEBO-TCP.

Copley, Anthony (1595). Copley: Loves Owle (1595). CH.

Copley, Anthony (1596). Copley: A Fig For Fortune (1596). CH.

Copley, Anthony (1602). Another letter of Mr. A.C. to his dis-Iesuited kinseman, concerning the appeale, state, Iesuites. EEBO-TCP.

Coppinger, Matthew (1682). Poems, songs and love-verses, upon several subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Coppinger, Matthew (1682). Coppinger: Poems, Songs and Love-Verses (1682). CH.

Coppinger, Nathaniel (1641). A seasonable speech by Sir Nathaniell Coppinger spoken in the high covrt of Parliament October 24, 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, Edward (1642). Gods providence, a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Decemb. 28, 1642, in S. Margarets Church at Westminster. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, Jeffrey (1654). Eye-salve for English-men, and an alarvm to the Londoners. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1645). An historicall relation of the military government of Gloucester, from the beginning of the Civill Warre betweene King and Parliament, to the removall of Colonell Massie from that government to the command of the westerne forces. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1661). The interest of England in the matter of religion. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1667). A discourse of the religion of England. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1668). A second discourse of the religion of England. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1679). The kingdom of God among men. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1679). The point of church-unity and schism discuss'd. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1681). Self-imployment in secret …. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1682). An account given of the principles & practices of several nonconformists. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1682). An enquiry into the oath required of non-conformists by an act made at Oxford. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1683). A humble endeavour of some plain and brief explication of the decrees and operations of God, about the free actions of men, more especially of the operations of divine grace. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, John (1683). The nonconformist's plea for lay-communion with the Church of England. EEBO-TCP.

Corbet, Richard (1647). Certain elegant poems. EEBO-TCP.

Corbett, Richard (1640). Corbett: On Francis Beaumonts death (1640). CH.

Corbett, Richard (1647). Corbett: Certain Elegant Poems (1647). CH.

Corbett, Richard (1648). Corbett: Poetica Stromata (1648). CH.

Corbett, Richard (1871). Corbett: The Times' Whistle (1871). CH.

Cordier, Mathurin (1636). Corderius dialogues translated grammatically. EEBO-TCP.

Corkine, William (1610). Ayres. EEBO-TCP.

Corkine, William (1612). The second booke of ayres. EEBO-TCP.

Corneille, Pierre (1655). Polyeuctes, or, The martyr. EEBO-TCP.

Corneille, Pierre (1656). Horatius, a Roman tragedie,. EEBO-TCP.

Corneille, Pierre (1663). Pompey. EEBO-TCP.

Corneille, Pierre (1664). Pompey the Great. EEBO-TCP.

Corneille, Pierre (1671). Horace. EEBO-TCP.

Corneille, Thomas (1654). The extravagant sheepherd. EEBO-TCP.

Cornwallis, William (1600-1601). Essayes. EEBO-TCP.

Cornwallis, William (1601). Discourses vpon Seneca the tragedian. EEBO-TCP.

Cornwallis, William (1604). The miraculous and happie vnion of England and Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Cornwallis, William (1616). Essayes of certaine paradoxes. EEBO-TCP.

Corrozet, Gilles (1602). Memorable conceits of diuers noble and famous personages of Christendome, of this our moderne time. EEBO-TCP.

Cortés, Martín (1589). The arte of nauigation. EEBO-TCP.

Coryate, Thomas (1611). Coryates crambe, or, His colwort tvvise sodden. EEBO-TCP.

Coryate, Thomas (1616). Thomas Coriate traueller for the English vvits: greeting. EEBO-TCP.

Cosin, John ([1700]). Bishop Cozens's argument, proving, that adultery works a dissolution of the marriage. EEBO-TCP.

Cosin, Richard ([1593]). An apologie for sundrie proceedings by iurisdiction ecclesiasticall, of late times by some chalenged, and also diuersly by them impugned. EEBO-TCP.

Coste, Pierre (1693). The life of Lewis of Bourbon, late prince of Conde. EEBO-TCP.

Cosyn, John (1585). Musike of six, and fiue partes. EEBO-TCP.

Cotta, John (1616). The triall of vvitch-craft. EEBO-TCP.

Cottington, R (1609). A true historicall discourse of Muley Hamets rising to the three kingdomes of Moruecos, Fes, and Sus. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1660). A panegyrick to the King's Most Excellent Majesty. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1664). Scarronides, or, Le Virgile travestie. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1667). Cotton, C.: Scarronides (1667). CH.

Cotton, Charles (1674). The compleat gamester, or, Instructions how to play at billiards, trucks, bowls, and chess. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1675). Burlesque upon burlesque, or, The scoffer scoft. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1675). The planters manual, being instructions for the raising, planting, and cultivating all sorts of fruit-trees, whether stonefruits or pepin-fruits, with their natures and seasons. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1675). Cotton, C.: Burlesque upon Burlesque (1675). CH.

Cotton, Charles (1679). The confinement. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1681). The wonders of the peake. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1681). Cotton, C.: The Wonders of the Peacke (1681). CH.

Cotton, Charles (1684). Erotopolis, the present state of Betty-land. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1689). Poems on several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Charles (1689). Cotton, C.: Poems on Several Occasions (1689). CH.

Cotton, Clement (1613). The mirror of martyrs. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, John (1641). A coppy of a letter of Mr. Cotton of Boston, in New England, sent in answer of certaine objections made against their discipline and orders there, directed to a friend. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, John (1650). Singing of Psalmes a Gospel-ordinance, or, A Treatise wherein are handled these particulars. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Priscilla (1661). A visitation of love unto all people. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Robert (1642). The histories of the lives and raignes of Henry the Third, and Henry the Fourth, Kings of England. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Robert ([1655]). An answer made by command of Prince Henry to certain propositions of warre and peace delivered to His Highnesse by some of his military servants. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Robert (1680). The antiquity and dignity of parliaments. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Roger (1590). A direction to the waters of lyfe. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Roger (1596). A spirituall song. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Roger (1596). An armor of proofe. EEBO-TCP.

Cotton, Roger (1596). Cotton, R.: A Spirituall Song (1596). CH.

Cotton, Roger (1596). Cotton, R.: An Armor of Proofe (1596). CH.

Cousin, Gilbert ([1543]). Of the office of servavntes. EEBO-TCP.

Covell, William (1595. And are to be sold [by R. Bankworth] at the signe of the Sunne in Pauls Church-yard in London, 1595). Polimanteia, or, The meanes lawfull and vnlawfull, to iudge of the fall of a common-wealth, against the friuolous and foolish coniectures of this age. EEBO-TCP.

Covell, William (1603). A iust and temperate defence of the fiue books of ecclesiastical policie. EEBO-TCP.

Covell, William (1604). A modest and reasonable examination, of some things in vse in the Church of England, sundrie times heretofore misliked. EEBO-TCP.

Covell, William (1606). A briefe ansvver vnto certaine reasons by way of an apologie deliuered to the Right Reuerend Father in God, the L. Bishop of Lincolne, by Mr. Iohn Burges. EEBO-TCP.

Coverdale, Miles (1543?]). A Christen exhortacion vnto customable swearers. EEBO-TCP.

Coverdale, Miles ([1533?]). Coverdale: Goostly psalmes and spirituall songes [1533?]. CH.

Coverte, Robert (1612). A true and almost incredible report of an Englishman, that (being cast away in the good ship called the Assention in Cambaya the farthest part of the East Indies) trauelled by land through many vnknowne kingdomes, and great cities. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1689). The Third Part of the Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley Being his Six Book of Plants. EarlyUVa.

Cowley, Abraham (1633). Poetical blossomes. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1638). Loves riddle. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1642). The prologve and epilogve to a comedie. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham ([1643]). The Puritan and the papist. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1645). A letter to a freind [sic] shewing the illegall proceedings of the two houses of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1648). The foure ages of England, or, The iron age. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1650). The guardian. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1661). A vision, concerning his late pretended highnesse, Cromwell, the Wicked. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1663). Cutter of Coleman-Street. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1663). Verses. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1667). The mistresse, or, Several copies of love-verses. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1679). A poem on the late civil war. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1680). A translation of the sixth book of Mr. Cowley's Plantarum. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1680). Translation of the Sixth Book of Mr. Cowley's Plantarum. EarlyUVa.

Cowley, Abraham (1682). Wit and loyalty reviv'd. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1688). The learned and loyal Abraham Cowley's definition of a tyrant. EEBO-TCP.

Cowley, Abraham (1905-1906). Cowley: The Works (1905-6). CH.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1786). The Scottish village, or, Pitcairne Green. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. WWP.

Cowley, Hannah (Parkhouse) (1813). The works of Mrs. Cowley. Dramas and poems. In three volumes. WWP.

Cowper, Spencer (1699). The tryal of Spencer Cowper, Esq, John Marson, Ellis Stevens, and William Rogers, gent. upon an indictment for the murther of Mrs. Sarah Stout, a Quaker. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1606). A conduit of comfort. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1607). A preparatiue for the new Passeouer. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1608). The triumph of a Christian. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1609). Three heauenly treatises vpon the eight chapter to the Romanes. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1610). A defiance to death. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1611). The anatomie of a Christian man. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1612). Three heavenly treatises, concerning Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1613). A holy alphabet for Sion's scholars. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1613). Seuen dayes conference. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1614). The Bishop of Gallovvay his dikaiologie. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1615). A mirrour of mercie, or, The prodigals conuersion. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1616). Two fruitfull and godly treatises, to comfort the afflicted. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1617). A most comfortable and Christian dialogue, betweene the Lord, and the soule. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1618). Tvvo sermons preached in Scotland before the Kings Maiesty. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1619). Pathmos, or, A commentary on the Reuelation of Saint Iohn. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1619). The life and death of the Reuerend Father, and faithfull seruant of God, Mr. William Cowper, Bishop of Galloway. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1694). Myotomia reformata, or, A new administration of all the muscles of humane bodies. EEBO-TCP.

Cowper, William (1698). The anatomy of humane bodies. EEBO-TCP.

Cox, Leonard ([1532]). The art or crafte of rhetoryke. EEBO-TCP.

Cox, Nicholas (1686). The gentleman's recreation. EEBO-TCP.

Cox, Robert (1656). Acteon & Diana. EEBO-TCP.

Cradock, Walter (1648). Glad tydings, from Heaven to the worst of sinners on earth. EEBO-TCP.

Cragge, John (1641). Great Britains prayers in this dangerous time of contagion. EEBO-TCP.

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig (1604). Craig: The Poeticall Essayes (1604). CH.

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig (1606). Craig: The Amorose Songes, Sonets, and Elegies (1606). CH.

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig (1609). Craig: The Poetical Recreations (1609). CH.

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig (1623). Craig: Poeticall Recreations (1623). CH.

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig (1631). Craig: The pilgrime and heremite (1631). CH.

Craig, Thomas (6 others], 1695). Scotland's soveraignty asserted. EEBO-TCP.

Crakanthorpe, Richard (1608). A sermon of sanctification. EEBO-TCP.

Crakanthorpe, Richard (1609). A sermon at the solemnizing of the happie inauguration of our most gracious and religious soueraigne King Iames. EEBO-TCP.

Crakanthorpe, Richard (1620). A sermon of predestination. EEBO-TCP.

Crakanthorpe, Richard (1621). The defence of Constantine. EEBO-TCP.

Crakanthorpe, Richard ([1631]). Vigilius dormitans. EEBO-TCP.

Crane, Ralph (1621). The vvorkes of mercy, both corporall, and spirituall. EEBO-TCP.

Crane, Ralph ([1625?]). Crane: The Pilgrimes New-yeares-gift [1625?]. CH.

Cranley, Thomas ([1635]). Amanda, or, The reformed whore. EEBO-TCP.

Cranley, Thomas (1636). Cranley: Amanda (1636). CH.

Cranmer, Thomas (1548). Catechismus, that is to say, a shorte instruction into Christian religion for the synguler commoditie and profyte of childre[n] and yong people. EEBO-TCP.

Cranmer, Thomas ([1550]). A defence of the true and catholike doctrine of the sacrament of the body and bloud of our sauiour Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Cranmer, Thomas (1556?]). The copy of certain lettres sent to the Quene, and also to doctour Martin and doctour Storye,. EEBO-TCP.

Cranmer, Thomas ([1556]). A confutatio[n] of vnwritte[n] verities. EEBO-TCP.

Cranmer, Thomas ([1556]). All the submyssyons, and recantations of. EEBO-TCP.

Cranmer, Thomas (1580. Cum gratia & priuilegio, Regiæ Maiestatis). An aunsvvere by the Reuerend Father in God Thomas Archbyshop of Canterbury …. EEBO-TCP.

Cranmer, Thomas (1689). The judgment of Archbishop Cranmer concerning the peoples right to, and discreet use of the H. Scriptures. EEBO-TCP.

Crashaw, Richard (1634). Epigrammatum sacrorum liber. EEBO-TCP.

Crashaw, Richard (1646). Steps to the temple. EEBO-TCP.

Crashaw, Richard (1670). Steps to the temple. EEBO-TCP.

Crashaw, Richard (1904). Crashaw: Steps to the Temple (1904). CH.

Crashaw, William (1609). The sermon preached at the Crosse, Feb. xiiii. 1607. EEBO-TCP.

Crashaw, William (1610). A sermon preached in London before the right honorable the Lord Lavvarre, Lord Gouernour and Captaine Generall of Virginea, and others of his Maiesties Counsell for that kingdome, and the rest of the aduenturers in that plantation. EEBO-TCP.

Crawford-Lindsay, John Lindsay (11. 1642). The Earles of Lindsey and Cumberland's petition to the King at Yorke. EEBO-TCP.

Cressy, Serenus (1653). Exomologesis, or, A faithfull narration of the occaision and motives of the conversion unto Catholick unity of Hugh-Paulin de Cressy, lately Deane of Laghlin &c. in Ireland and Prebend of Windsore in England. EEBO-TCP.

Cressy, Serenus (1663). Roman-Catholick doctrines no novelties, or, An answer to Dr. Pierce's court-sermon, miscall'd The primitive rule of Reformation. EEBO-TCP.

Cressy, Serenus (1668). The church-history of Brittany from the beginning of Christianity to the Norman conquest. EEBO-TCP.

Cressy, Serenus ([1671]). Dr. Stillingfleets principles. EEBO-TCP.

Cressy, Serenus (1672). Fanaticism fanatically imputed to the Catholick church by Doctour Stillingfleet. EEBO-TCP.

Cressy, Serenus (1674). An epistle apologetical of S.C. to a person of honour. EEBO-TCP.

Cressy, Serenus (1686). I. Question: Why are you a Catholic?. EEBO-TCP.

Crimsal, Richard (1632?]). Roaring Dick of Douer, or, The Iouiall good fellow of Kent. EEBO-TCP.

Crimsal, Richard (1635?]). Constant, faire, and fine Betty. EEBO-TCP.

Crimsal, Richard (1635?]). Death's loud allarum, or, A perfect description of the frailty of mans life. EEBO-TCP.

Crimsal, Richard (1638?]). Loves lunacie, or, Mad Besses fegary. EEBO-TCP.

Crimsal, Richard ([1640]). The ioviall broome man, or, A Kent street souldiers exact relation, of all his travels in every nation. EEBO-TCP.

Crisp, Thomas (1681). Babel's builders unmasking themselves. EEBO-TCP.

Cristall, Ann Batten (1795). Poetical sketches. WWP.

Croft, Herbert (1674). A letter written to a friend concerning Popish idolatrie. EEBO-TCP.

Croft, Herbert (1675). The naked truth, or, The true state of the primitive church. EEBO-TCP.

Croft, Herbert (1676). A sermon preached before the King at White-hal [sic] April the 12th, 1674. EEBO-TCP.

Croft, Herbert (1678). A second call to a farther humiliation. EEBO-TCP.

Croft, Herbert (1679). A short narrative of the discovery of a college of Jesuits at a place called the Come in the county of Hereford. EEBO-TCP.

Croft, Herbert (1679). The legacy of the Right Reverend Father in God, Herbert, Lord Bishop of Hereford, to his diocess, or, A short determination of all controversies we have with the papists, by Gods holy word. EEBO-TCP.

Croft, Herbert (1685). Some animadversions upon a book intituled, The theory of the earth. EEBO-TCP.

Cromarty, George Mackenzie (1689). A memorial for His Highness the Prince of Orange in relation to the affairs of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Cromarty, George Mackenzie (1695). A vindication of Robert III, King of Scotland from the imputation of bastardy, by the clear proof of Elizabeth Mure (daughter to Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan) her being the first lawful wife of Robert the II, then Stewart of Scotland and Earl of Strathern. EEBO-TCP.

Crompton, Hugh (1652). Crompton, H.: The Glory of Women (1652). CH.

Crompton, Hugh (1657). Crompton: Pierides (1657). CH.

Crompton, Hugh (1657). Crompton: Poems (1657). CH.

Cromwell, Oliver (1645). Lieut. Generall Cromwells letter to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq., speaker of the House of Commons, of the surrender of Langford-House neer Salisbury. EEBO-TCP.

Cromwell, Oliver (1649). A letter from the Right Honorable, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to the Honorable William Lenthall, Esq., speaker of the Parliament of England. EEBO-TCP.

Crossman, Samuel (1664). The young mans monitor, or, A modest offer toward the pious, and vertuous composure of life from youth to riper years. EEBO-TCP.

Crossman, Samuel (1664). Crossman: The Young Mans Meditation (1664). CH.

Crossman, Samuel (1676). A sermon preached in Christs Church Bristol. EEBO-TCP.

Crossman, Samuel (1680). A sermon preached upon April xxiii. MDCLXXX. in the cathedral church of Bristol,. EEBO-TCP.

Crossman, Samuel (1681). Two sermons preached in the cathedral-church of Bristol, January the 30th 1679/80 and January the 31th 1680/81. EEBO-TCP.

Crossman, Samuel (1682). An humble plea for the quiet rest of God's ark. EEBO-TCP.

Crossman, Samuel (1683?]). The last testimony & declaration of the Reverend Samuel Crossman, D.D. and Dean of Bristoll. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1637?]). The mad mans morrice. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1637). Londons vacation, and the countries tearme, or, A lamentable relation of severall remarkable passages which it hath pleased the Lord to shew on severall persons. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1637). Loves court of conscience. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey ([1640]). A whip for the back of a backsliding Brovvnist. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1643). The parliament of graces. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1655). A new and pleasant history of unfortunate Hodg of the south. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1671). The Welch traveller, or, The unfortunate Welchman. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1673). The heroick history of Guy Earl of Warwick. EEBO-TCP.

Crouch, Humphrey (1693). England's jests refin'd and improv'd. EEBO-TCP.

Crowe, William (1663). An exact collection or catalogue of our English writers on the Old and New Testament. EEBO-TCP.

Crowley, Robert ([1548]). The confutation of the mishapen aunswer to the misnamed, wicked ballade, called the Abuse of ye blessed sacrame[n]t of the aultare. EEBO-TCP.

Crowley, Robert (1549). A new yeres gyfte, wherein is taught the knowledge of our selfe and the feare of God. TUDOR.

Crowley, Robert (1549). Crowley, R.: The Psalter of David (1549). CH.

Crowley, Robert (1549). The voyce of the laste trumpet blowen bi the seuenth angel wherin are contayned xii. lessons to twelue seueral estates of menne. TUDOR.

Crowley, Robert (1550). Crowley: The voyce of the laste Trumpet (1550). CH.

Crowley, Robert (1550). One and thyrtye epigrammes, wherein are bryefly touched so many abuses, that ought to be put away. TUDOR.

Crowley, Robert (1551). Crowley, R.: Pleasure and Payne (1551). CH.

Crowley, Robert (1567). The opening of the wordes of the Prophet Joell, in his second and third Chapters … concerning the Signes of the last day. TUDOR.

Crowley, Robert ([1548]). Crowley: To Nicholas Shaxton [1548]. CH.

Crowley, Robert ([1548]). The Confutation of the mishapen Aunswer to the misnamed, wicked Ballade, called the Abuse of ythorn superscript-e blessed sacrame[n]t of the aultare … [by] Miles Hoggard …. TUDOR.

Crowley, Robert ([1550]). Crowley: One and Thyrtye Epigrammes [1550]. CH.

Crowley, Robert ([1551]). Crowley: Philargyrie of greate Britayne [1551]. CH.

Crowne, William (1637). A true relation of all the remarkable places and passages observed in the travels of the right honourable Thomas Lord Hovvard, Earle of Arundell and Surrey, Primer Earle, and Earle Marshall of England, ambassadour extraordinary to his sacred Majesty Ferdinando the second, emperour of Germanie, anno Domini 1636. EEBO-TCP.

Crull, J (1694). Denmark vindicated. EEBO-TCP.

Cudworth, Ralph (1642). A discourse concerning the true notion of the Lords Supper. EEBO-TCP.

Cudworth, Ralph (1647). A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at Westminster, March 31, 1647. EEBO-TCP.

Cudworth, Ralph ([1664]). A sermon preached to the honourable Society of Lincolns-Inne. EEBO-TCP.

Cullen, Francis Grant (1698). Sadducimus debellatus, or, A true narrative of the sorceries and witchcrafts exercis'd by the devil and his instruments. EEBO-TCP.

Culmann, Leonhard (1612). Sententiae pueriles, translated grammatically. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Nicholas (1651). Semeiotica uranica, or, An astrological judgment of diseases from the decumbiture of the sick. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Nicholas (1652). Catastrophe magnatum, or, The fall of monarchie. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Nicholas (1654). An ephemeris for the year 1654, being the second after leap-year. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Thomas (1621). A tract against vsurie. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Thomas (1655). Morall discourses and essayes, upon severall select subjects. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Thomas (1668). A short appendix to a late treatise concerning abatement of usury. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Thomas (1668). The advantages which will manifestly accrue to this kingdom by abatement of interest from six to four per. cent. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Thomas (1670). The necessity of abating usury re-asserted. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Thomas (1671). Several objections against the reducement of interest. EEBO-TCP.

Culpeper, Thomas (1673). Plain English. EEBO-TCP.

Cumberland, Henry Clifford (1642). The declaration of the right honourable Henry, Earle of Cumberland, Lord Lievtenant Generall of His Maiesties forces in Yorke-Shire. EEBO-TCP.

Cumberland, Henry Clifford (1642). The declaration of the Right Honourable Henry, Earle of Cumberland, together with diverse gentlemen of the county of York, who desire it may be put in print, and published in all the parish churches of this county, 26 August, 1642. EEBO-TCP.

Cumberland, Richard (1686). An essay towards the recovery of the Jewish measures & weights, comprehending their monies, by help of ancient standards, compared with ours of England. EEBO-TCP.

Cuningham, William (1559). The cosmographical glasse. EEBO-TCP.

Cunningham, Alexander (1689). An essay concerning church government. EEBO-TCP.

Cunningham, Alexander (1690). Some questions resolved concerning Episcopal and Presbyterian government in Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Cunningham, Alexander (1690). The divine right of episcopacy demonstrated from Calvin and Beza. EEBO-TCP.

Curione, Celio Secondo (1566?]). Pasquine in a traunce. EEBO-TCP.

Curteys, Richard (1573). A sermon preached before the Queenes Maiestie, by the reuerende Father in God the Bishop of Chichester, at Grenewiche, the 14[th] day of Marche 1573. EEBO-TCP.

Cushing, Caroline Elizabeth (Wilde) (1832). Letters, descriptive of public monuments, scenery, and manners in France and Spain. Vol. I, France. WWP.

Cushing, Eliza Lanesford (1824). Saratoga; a tale of the revolution. WWP.

Cushing, Eliza Lanesford (1824). Saratoga; a tale of the revolution. WWP.

Cutler, Edward (1622?]). A pleasant new song of the backes complaint, for bellies wrong, or, A farwell to good fellowship. EEBO-TCP.

Cutts, John Cutts (1685). La muse de cavalier, or, An apology for such gentlemen as make poetry their diversion, not their business : in a letter from a scholar of Mars to one of Apollo. EEBO-TCP.

Cutts, John Cutts (1687). Poetical exercises written upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Cutts, John Cutts (1695). On the death of the Queen. EEBO-TCP.

Cutts, John, 1st Baron Cutts (1687). Cutts, J.: Poetical Exercises (1687). CH.

Cutts, John, 1st Baron Cutts (1695). Cutts, J.: On the Death of the Queen (1695). CH.

Cyprian ([1534]). A svvete and deuoute sermon of holy saynt Ciprian of mortalitie of man. EEBO-TCP.

Cyprian ([1539]). A sermon of S. Cyprian made on the Lordes prayer. EEBO-TCP.

Cyprian (1682). Sancti Cæcilii Cypriani Opera. EEBO-TCP.

Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage (1682). Sancti Cæcilii Cypriani Opera recognita & illustrata a Joanne Fello, Oxoniensi episcopo. Accedunt Annales Cyprianici, sive, Tredecim annorum, quibus S. Cyprianus inter Christianos versatus est, brevis historia chronologicè delineata a Joanne Pearsonio, Cestriensi episcopo. EEBO-TCP.

Cyrano de Bergerac (1659). Selenarhia, or, The government of the world in the moon. EEBO-TCP.

D

D'Avenant, William (1650). A discourse upon Gondibert. EEBO-TCP.

D'Avenant, William (1651). Gondibert. EEBO-TCP.

D'Ewes, Simonds (1641). A speech delivered in the House of Commons, July 7th: 1641. EEBO-TCP.

D'Ewes, Simonds (1642). A speech made in Parliament by Sir Simon Dvcy knight on Twesday the eleventh of Ianuary. EEBO-TCP.

D'Ewes, Simonds (1642). Two speeches spoken by Sir Simonds D'Ewes. EEBO-TCP.

D'Ewes, Simonds ([1645]). The primitive practise for preserving the truth, or, An historicall narration, shewing what course the primitive church anciently, and the best reformed churches since have taken to suppresse heresie and schisme. EEBO-TCP.

D'Ewes, Simonds (1682). The journals of all the Parliaments during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. EEBO-TCP.

D'Ouvilly, George Gerbier (1657). The false favourit disgrac'd. and, The reward of loyalty. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas. An essay towards the theory of the intelligible world intuitively considered. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1676). The siege of Memphis, or, The ambitious queen. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1677). A fond husband, or, The plotting sisters. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas ([1677]). Madam Fickle, or, The witty false one. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1678). The fool turn'd critick. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1678). Trick for trick, or, The debauch'd hypocrite. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1679). Squire Oldsapp, or, The night-adventurers. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1680). The virtuous wife, or, Good luck at last. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1681). The progress of honesty, or, A view of a court and city. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1682). Butler's ghost, or, Hudibras. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1682). Scandalum magnatum, or, Potapski's case. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1682). The injured princess, or, The fatal vvager. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1682). The royalist. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1682). The Scotch lasses constancy, or, Jenny's lamentation for the death of Jockey. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas ([1682]). A prologue to a new play, called The royallist. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1683?]). The gowlin, or, A pleasant fancy for the spring. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1683). A new collections of songs and poems. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1684). The malecontent, a satyr. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1684). The prologue to Mr. Lacy's new play, Sir Hercules Buffoon, or, The poetical esquire. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas ([1684]). The New-market song. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1685 and 1688]). The constant lover, or, Celia's glory exprest to the life. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1685). An elegy upon the late blessed monarch King Charles II and two panegyricks upon Their present sacred Majesties, King James and Queen Mary. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1685). Prologue to A commonwealth of women. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1686). A common-wealth of women. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1688). A fool's preferment, or, The Dukes of Dunstable. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1688). A poem congratulatory on the birth of the young prince. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas ([1689]). The maiden-warrier, or, The damsels resolution to fight in field, by the side of Jockey her entire love. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1690). Collin's walk through London and VVestminster. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1690). New poems, consisting of satyrs, elegies, and odes. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1691). A pindarick ode on New-Year's-Day. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1691). A pindarick poem on the Royal Navy. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1691). Love for money, or, The boarding school. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1692). The marriage-hater match'd. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1693). The Richmond heiress, or, A woman once in the right. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1694-1696). The comical history of Don Quixote. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1695). Gloriana, funeral pindarique poem. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1697). A new opera, call'd, Cinthia and Endimion, or, The loves of the deities. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1697). The intrigues at Versailles, or, A jilt in all humours. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1698). The campaigners, or, The pleasant adventures at Brussels. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas ([1698]). Albion's blessing. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1699). A choice collection of new songs and ballads. EEBO-TCP.

D'Urfey, Thomas (1700). The famous history of the rise and fall of Massaniello. EEBO-TCP.

Daborne, Robert (1612). A Christian turn'd Turke, or, The tragicall liues and deaths of the two famous pyrates, Ward and Dansiker. EEBO-TCP.

Daborne, Robert (1618). A sermon preached in the cathedrall church of the citie of Waterford. EEBO-TCP.

Daborne, Robert (1655). The poor-mans comfort. EEBO-TCP.

Dallington, Robert (1604). The vievv of Fraunce. EEBO-TCP.

Dallington, Robert (1605). A suruey of the great dukes state of Tuscany. EEBO-TCP.

Dallington, Robert (1613). Aphorismes ciuill and militarie. EEBO-TCP.

Daman, William (1591). Bassus. The second booke of the musicke of M. William Damon, late one of her maiesties musitions. EEBO-TCP.

Daman, William (1591). The former booke of the musicke of M. William Damon, late one of her maiesties musitions. EEBO-TCP.

Dampier, William (1697-1703). A new voyage round the world. EEBO-TCP.

Dando, John (1595). Maroccus extaticus, or, Bankes bay horse in a trance. EEBO-TCP.

Daneau, Lambert (1575). A dialogue of witches, in foretime named lot-tellers, and novv commonly called sorcerers. EEBO-TCP.

Dangerfield, Thomas (1680). Mr. Tho. Dangerfield's second narrative. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Gabriel (1692). A voyage to the world of Cartesius. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, George (1878). Daniel, George: The poems (1878). CH.

Daniel, S. (1592). Delia. Contayning certayne Sonnets: vvith the complaint of Rosamond. R3.

Daniel, S. (1603). A Defence of Ryme. R3.

Daniel, Samuel (1594. Printed at London : [By James Roberts and Edward Allde] for Simon Waterson, and are to be sold in Paules Church-yarde at the signe of the Crowne, [1594]). Delia and Rosamond augmented. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1594). The complaint of Rosamond. OTA.

Daniel, Samuel (1599). The poeticall essayes of Sam. Danyel. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel ([1603]). A panegyrike congratulatorie to the Kings Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1604). The vision of the 12. goddesses. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1605). Certaine small poems lately printed. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1605). Daniel, S.: In commendation of Mounsieur Erondel (1605). CH.

Daniel, Samuel (1606). The Queenes Arcadia. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1606). Daniel, S.: Like as the lute delights (1606). CH.

Daniel, Samuel ([1606]). A funerall poem vppon the death of the late noble Earle of Deuonshyre. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1607). Daniel, S.: Certaine small workes (1607). CH.

Daniel, Samuel (1611). Daniel: To the worthy Knight Sir Fovlke Grivell (1611). CH.

Daniel, Samuel (1612). The first part of the historie of England. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1615). Hymens triumph. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel ([1618]). The collection of the historie of England. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1642). Archiepiscopal priority instituted by Christ, proved by plaine testimonies of Scripture. EEBO-TCP.

Daniel, Samuel (1885). Samuel Daniel: The Complete Works (1885). CH.

Daniel, Samuel. Poems. OTA.

Danyel, John ([1606]). Songs for the lute viol and voice. EEBO-TCP.

Darby, Charles (1680). Darby: Bacchanalia (1680). CH.

Darby, Charles (1695). Darby: An Elegy on the Death of the Queen (1695). CH.

Darby, Charles (1704). Darby: The Book of Psalms in English Metre (1704). CH.

Dares (1553). The faythfull and true storye of the destruction of Troye. EEBO-TCP.

Daunce, Edward (1590). A briefe discourse dialoguevvise. EEBO-TCP.

Daunce, Edward (1590). A briefe discourse of the Spanish state. EEBO-TCP.

Dauncey, John (1660). The history of His Sacred Majesty Charles the II, third monarch of Great Britain, crowned King of Scotland, at Scoone the first of Ianuary 1650. EEBO-TCP.

Dauncey, John (1660). The history of the thrice illustrious Princess Henrietta Maria de Bourbon, Queen of England. EEBO-TCP.

Dauncey, John (1662). The English lovers, or, A girle worth gold. EEBO-TCP.

Dauncey, John (2 others], 1661). A compendious chronicle of the kingdom of Portugal, from Alfonso, the first King, to Alfonso the Sixth, now reigning. EEBO-TCP.

Davanzati, Bernardo (1696). A discourse upon coins. EEBO-TCP.

Davenant, Sir William (1673). Davenant: Works (1673). CH.

Davenant, Sir William (1685). Davenant: The seventh canto of Gondibert (1685). CH.

Davidson, John (1590). D. Bancrofts rashnes in rayling against the Church of Scotland. EEBO-TCP.

Davidson, John (1595. Cum privilegio regali). A memorial of the life [et] death of two vvorthye Christians, Robert Campbel of the Kinyeancleugh, and his wife, Elizabeth Campbel. EEBO-TCP.

Davidson, John, Minister of Prestonpans (1573). Davidson, John: minister: A brief commendation of uprightness (1573). CH.

Davidson, John, Minister of Prestonpans (1595). Davidson, John, Minister: A Memorial of the life & death of two vvorthye Christians (1595). CH.

Davidson, John, Minister of Prestonpans (1891). Davidson: Ane Dialog or Mutuall talking (1891). CH.

Davies, Eleanor (1644). The word of God. WWP.

Davies, Eleanor (1652). Tobits book: a lesson. WWP.

Davies, James (1679). A sermon on Psal. CXIX, v. 57. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John ([1591]). [O Vtinam]. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1596). Orchestra, or, A poeme of dauncing. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1599). Hymnes of Astræa. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1599). Nosce teipsum. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John ([1599]). Epigrammes and elegies. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1602). Mirum in modum. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1603). Microcosmos. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1605?]). Wittes pilgrimage, (by poeticall essaies) through a vvorld of amorous sonnets, soule-passions, and other passages, diuine, philosophicall, morall, poeticall, and politicall. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1606). Bien venv. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1607). Yehovah. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John ([1609]). The holy roode, or, Christs crosse. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1612). A discouerie of the true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely subdued, nor brought vnder obedience of the crowne of England, vntill the beginning of his Maiesties happie raigne. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1612). The muses sacrifice. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1613). The mvses-teares for the losse of their hope. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1616). A select second husband for Sir Thomas Ouerburie's wife, now a matchlesse widow. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1617). VVits bedlam. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1620?]). Thy motto's lyke thy mind …. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1625). A scourge for paper-persecutors, or, Papers complaint, compil'd in ruthfull rimes, against the paper-spoylers of these times. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John (1656). The question concerning impositions, tonnage, poundage, prizage, customs, &c. fully stated and argued, from reason, law, and policy. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John ([1659]). Jus imponendi vectigana, or, The learning touching customs, tonnage, poundage, and impositions on merchandizes, asserted. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1602). Davies, J.: Mirum in modum (1602). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1603). Davies, J.: Microcosmos (1603). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1606). Davies, J.: Bien venv (1606). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1607). Dauies, J.: Summa Totalis (1607). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1609). Davies, J.: Humours Heau'n on Earth (1609). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1612). Davies, J. CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1613). Davies, J.: The mvses-teares (1613). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1616). Davies, J.: A Select Second Hvsband (1616). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1617). Davies, J.: Wits Bedlam (1617). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1652). Davies, J.: A divine Psalme (1652). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford (1878). Davies, J.: of Hereford: [Commendatory Poems] (1878). CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford ([1605?]). Davies, J.: Wittes pilgrimage [1605?]. CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford ([1609]). Davies, J.: The Holy Roode [1609]. CH.

Davies, John, of Hereford ([1611]). Davies, J.: The Scourge of Folly (1611). CH.

Davies, Lady Eleanor (1650). The Arraignment. WWP.

Davies, Lady Eleanor (1651). Hells destruction. WWP.

Davies, Richard (1577). A funerall sermon preached the xxvi. day of Nouember in the yeare of our Lord M.D.LXXVI. in the parishe church of Caermerthyn. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, Richard (1610). Chesters triumph in honor of her prince. EEBO-TCP.

Davies, S. J. (1596). Orchestra: or, a Poem of Dancing. R3.

Davies, Sir John (1869). Davies: Works (1869). CH.

Davila, Arrigo Caterino (1678). The history of the civil wars of France. EEBO-TCP.

Davis, John (1595). The vvorldes hydrographical discription. EEBO-TCP.

Davison, Francis (1611). A poetical rapsodie. EEBO-TCP.

Davys, Mary (1752). The reform'd coquet; or, memoirs of Amoranda. WWP.

Day, Angel (1586?]). Vpon the life and death of the most worthy, and thrise renowmed knight, Sir Phillip Sidney. EEBO-TCP.

Day, Angel (1586). The English secretorie. EEBO-TCP.

Day, Angel (1587). Day, A.: Daphnis and Chloe (1587). CH.

Day, Angel (1595). Day, A.: Commendatory poem to Nennio (1595). CH.

Day, Angel ([1587]). Day: Vpon the life and death of Sir Phillip Sidney [1587]. CH.

Day, James (1637). Day, J.: A New Spring of Divine Poetrie (1637). CH.

Day, John (1607). The trauailes of the three English brothers. EEBO-TCP.

Day, John (1659). The blind-beggar of Bednal-green. EEBO-TCP.

Day, Richard (1578). A booke of Christian prayers, collected out of the auncie[n]t writers, and best learned in our tyme, worthy to be read with an earnest mynde of all Christians, in these daungerous and troublesome dayes, that God for Christes sake will yet still be mercyfull vnto vs. EEBO-TCP.

Day, Thomas ([1583]). VVonderfull straunge sightes seene in the element, ouer the citie of London and other places. EEBO-TCP.

De la Barre ([1630]). A note of such things as were stollen in Lyons, on Munday night the eleventh of June 1630, in the house which is knowne by the signe of the Sunnes-rising in the street de la Poullaillerie in the said citie of Lyons. EEBO-TCP.

De La March, John (1641). A complaint of the false prophets mariners upon the drying up of their hierarchicall Euphrates. EEBO-TCP.

De la Warr, Thomas West (1611). The relation of the Right Honourable the Lord De-La-Warre, Lord Gouernour and Captaine Generall of the colonie, planted in Virginea. EEBO-TCP.

De Vere, Edward, 17th Earl of Oxford (1872). De Vere, E.: Poems (1872). CH.

Deacon, John (1601). A summarie ansvvere to al the material points in any of Master Darel his bookes. EEBO-TCP.

Deacon, John (1601). Dialogicall discourses of spirits and divels. EEBO-TCP.

Deacon, John (1616). Tobacco tortured, or, The filthie fume of tobacco refined. EEBO-TCP.

Deacon, Prudentiana Sales, Francis de (1632). Delicious entertainments of the soule [introductory material]. WWP.

Deageant, Guichard (1690). The memoires of Monsieur Deageant. EEBO-TCP.

Dean, John (1681). Dean: The Wine-Cooper's Delight (1681). CH.

Dean, John (1682). Dean: Iter Boreale (1682). CH.

Dean, John (1682). Dean: The Hunting of the Fox (1682). CH.

Dean, John (1683). Dean: The Lord Russels Last Farewel to the World (1683). CH.

Dean, John (1683). Dean: The Loyal Conquest (1683). CH.

Dean, John (1684). Dean: Oate's Bug-Bug-Boarding-School (1684). CH.

Dean, John ([1680?]). Dean: The Badger in the Fox-Trap [1680?]. CH.

Dean, John ([1680]). Dean: The Dutch-Miller [1680]. CH.

Decius, Theophilus Philanax Gerusiphilus Philalethes (1642). An Answer to the Lord George Digbies apology for himself published Jan 4, Anno Dom. 1642. EEBO-TCP.

Dee, John (1577. In Septemb.] [1577]). General and rare memorials pertayning to the perfect arte of nauigation. EEBO-TCP.

Dee, John (1599. At London : Printed by Peter Short, dwelling on Bred-streete hill at the signe of the Starre, [1599]). A letter, containing a most briefe discourse apologeticall. EEBO-TCP.

Dee, John (1603. At London : Printed by E. Short, dwelling on Bred-streete hill neere to the end of old Fish-streete, at the signe of the Starre, [1604?]). To the Honorable assemblie of the Commons in the present Parlament. EEBO-TCP.

Dee, John (1603. At London : Printed by E. Short, dwelling on Bred-streete hill neere to the end of old Fish-streete, at the signe of the Starre, [1604]). To the Kings most excellent Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Dee, John (1659). A true & faithful relation of what passed for many yeers between Dr. John Dee … and some spirits. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1689). Reflections upon the late great revolution. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1690). Taxes no charge. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1694). The Englishman's choice, and true interest. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1697). An essay upon projects. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1697). Some reflections on a pamphlet lately published entituled An argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchy. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1698). A brief reply to the History of standing armies in England. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1698). An argument shewing, that a standing army, with consent of Parliament, is not inconsistent with a free government, etc. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1698). The interests of the several princes and states of Europe consider'd, with respect to the succession of the crown of Spain, and the titles of the several pretenders thereto examin'd. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1698). The poor man's plea. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel ([1698]). An enquiry into the occasional conformity of dissenters in cases of preferment. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel ([1698]). Lex talionis, or, An enquiry into the most proper ways to prevent the persecution of the Protestants in France. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1700). The pacificator. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1700). The true-born Englishman. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1700). The two great questions consider'd. EEBO-TCP.

Defoe, Daniel (1700). The two great questions further considered. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, T. (1603). The Wonderfull yeaR3. 1603. R3.

Dekker, T. (1609). The Guls Horn-Booke. R3.

Dekker, Thomas (1600). The pleasant comedie of old Fortunatus. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1600). The shomakers holiday, or, The gentle craft. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1600). Dekker's "The Shoemaker's Holiday": electronic edition. TACT.

Dekker, Thomas (1602). Blurt master-constable, or, The Spaniards night-walke. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1602). Satiro--mastix, or, The vntrussing of the humorous poet. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1603?]). The vvonderfull yeare. 1603. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1603). The pleasant comodie of patient Grisill. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1604). Nevves from Graues-end. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1604). The honest whore. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1604). The magnificent entertainment. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1606). Nevves from hell. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1606). The double PP. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1606). The seuen deadly sinnes of London. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1607). A knights coniuring. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1607). Iests to make you merie. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1607). North-vvard hoe. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1607). The famous history of Sir Thomas VVyat. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1607). The vvhore of Babylon. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1607). Vvest-vvard hoe. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1608). The belman of London. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1608). The dead tearme, or, VVestminsters complaint for long vacations and short termes. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1609). Foure birds of Noahs arke. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1609). Lanthorne and candle-light, or, The bell-mans second nights-walke. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1609). The gvls horne-booke. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1609). The ravens almanacke. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1609). VVorke for armorours, or, The peace is broken. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1612). If it be not good, the Diuel is in it. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1612). Troia-Noua triumphans. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1613). A strange horse-race. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1615). The cold yeare. 1614. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1620). Dekker his dreame. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1625). A rod for run-awayes. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1628). VVarres, vvarre[s,] vvarres. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas ([1628]). Brittannia's honor. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1630). London looke backe at that yeare of yeares 1625. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1630). The blacke rod, and the vvhite rod. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1630). The second part of The honest whore. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1631). A tragi-comedy: called, Match mee in London. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1631). Penny-vvis[e] pound foolish, or, A Bristovv diamond, set in t[wo] rings, and both crack'd. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1634). The Noble Spanish Soldier. jprice.

Dekker, Thomas (1634). The Noble Spanish Soldier. PG.

Dekker, Thomas (1636). The wonder of a kingdome. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1656). The sun's-darling. EEBO-TCP.

Dekker, Thomas (1968). The shoemakers' holiday. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. A pleasant comedie of the gentle craft. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. Match mee in London. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. North-ward hoe. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. The famous history of Sir Thomas Wyat. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. The second part of The honest whore. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. The witch of Edmonton. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. The witch of Edmonton. OTA.

Dekker, Thomas. West-ward hoe. OTA.

Dell, William (1646). Vniformity examined. EEBO-TCP.

Dell, William (1651). Christ's spirit a Christians strength, or, A plain discovery of the mighty and invincible power that all believers receive through the gift of the Spirit :. EEBO-TCP.

Dell, William (1651). The way of true peace and unity in the true church of Christ. EEBO-TCP.

Dell, William (1654). A plain and necessary confutation of divers gross and antichristian errors, delivered to the vniversity congregation, the last commencement, anno 1653. EEBO-TCP.

Dell, William (1660). The tryal of spirits both in teachers & hearers. EEBO-TCP.

Dell, William (1697). Baptismõn didaché, or, The doctrine of baptisms. EEBO-TCP.

Della Casa, Giovanni (1576). Galateo of Maister Iohn Della Casa, Archebishop of Beneuenta, or rather, A treatise of the ma[n]ners and behauiours, it behoueth a man to vse and eschewe, in his familiar conuersation. EEBO-TCP.

Della Casa, Giovanni (1665). The arts of grandeur and submission, or, A discourse concerning the behaviour of great men towards their inferiours, and of inferiour personages towards men of greater quality. EEBO-TCP.

Della Valle, Pietro (1665). The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta. EEBO-TCP.

Della Valle, Pietro (1665). The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta. EEBO-TCP.

Dellon, Gabriel (1688). The history of the Inquisition, as it is exercised at Goa. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1586). Deloney, T.: A most ioyfull Songe (1586). CH.

Deloney, Thomas (1586). Deloney: A proper newe sonet declaring the lamentation of Beckles in Suffolke (1586). CH.

Deloney, Thomas ([1586]). A most ioyfull songe made in the behalfe of all her Maiesties faithfull and louing subiects. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas ([1586]). A proper new sonet declaring the lamentation [of Beckles in] Suffolke. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1588). A ioyful nevv ballad, declaring the happie obtaining of the great galleazo, wherein Don Pietro de Valdez was the chiefe. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1588). A new ballet of the straunge and most cruell whippes which the Spanyards had prepared to whippe and torment English men and women. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1588). The Queenes visiting of the campe at Tilsburie with her entertainment there to the tune of Wilsons wilde. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1588). Deloney: A Ioyful New Ballad (1588). CH.

Deloney, Thomas (1588). Deloney: A new Ballet of the straunge and most cruell Whippes (1588). CH.

Deloney, Thomas (1588). Deloney: The Queenes visiting of the Campe at Tilburie (1588). CH.

Deloney, Thomas ([1600]). A most pleasant ballad of patient Grissell. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1602. Cum priuilegio). Strange histories, of kings, princes, dukes earles, lords, ladies, knights, and gentlemen. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1607). Deloney: Strange Histories (1607). CH.

Deloney, Thomas (1612). Thomas of Reading, or, The sixe worthy yeomen of the west. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1612). Deloney: Thomas of Reading (1612). CH.

Deloney, Thomas ([1620]). The noble acts newly found, of Arthur of the table round. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1626). The pleasant historie of Iohn VVinchcomb. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1631). Deloney: The garland of Good Will (1631). CH.

Deloney, Thomas (1635?]). The lamentation of Master Pages wife of Plimmouth. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1637). The gentle craft. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1637). Deloney: The Gentle Craft (1637). CH.

Deloney, Thomas (1639). Deloney: The Gentile Craft. The Second Part (1639). CH.

Deloney, Thomas (1663-1674]). The lamentation of Mr. Pages wife of Plimouth. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (167[4]). The royal garland of love and delight. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1678). The garland of good-will. EEBO-TCP.

Deloney, Thomas (1688 and 1691]). The Spanish lady's love. EEBO-TCP.

Demosthenes ([1570]). The three orations of Demosthenes chiefe orator among the Grecians, in fauour of the Olynthians, a people in Thracia, now called Romania. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1641). An exact copy of a letter sent to William Laud, late Arch-bishop of Canterbury, now prisoner in the Tower, November the 5, 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John ([1643]). Coopers Hill. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1645). The sophy. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1651). The anatomy of play. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1653). Certain verses written by severall of the authors friends. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1659). A panegyrick on His Excellency the Lord General George Monck, commander in chief of all the forces in England, Scotland, and Ireland. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1667). Directions to a painter for describing our naval business. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1667). On Mr. Abraham Cowley. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1668). Famous battel of the catts, in the province of Ulster, June 25, 1668. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1668). Poems and translations. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, John (1673). Further advice to a painter, or, Directions to draw the late engagement, Aug. 11th, 1673. EEBO-TCP.

Denham, Sir John (1642). Denham: Coopers Hill (1642). CH.

Denham, Sir John (1928). Denham: The poetical works (1928). CH.

Dennis, John (1692). Poems in burlesque. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1693). Miscellanies in verse and prose. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1693). The impartial critick, or, Some observations upon a book, entituled, A short view of tragedy, written by Mr. Rymer. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1695). The court of death. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1696). Letters upon several occasions. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1696). Remarks on a book entituled Prince Arthur, an heroick poem. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1697?]). A plot and no plot. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1697). The nuptials of Britain's genius and fame. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1698). The usefulness of the stage, to the happiness of mankind, to government, and to religion. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John ([1699]). Rinaldo and Armida. EEBO-TCP.

Dennis, John (1700). The reverse, or, The tables turn'd. EEBO-TCP.

Denny, William (1653). Pelecanicidium, or, The Christian adviser against self-murder. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward ([1568]). A sparing restraint, of many lauishe vntruthes, which M. Doctor Harding do the chalenge, in the first article of my Lorde of Sarisburies replie. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1569?]). A sermo[n] preached before the Quenes Maiestie. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward ([1569]). A sermon preached at the Tower of London, by M. Dering the xi. day of Dece[m]ber. 1569. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1572). A briefe & necessary instruction. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward ([1573]). A lecture or exposition vpon a part of the. v. chapter of the epistle to the Hebrues. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1577). XXVII. lectures, or readings, vpon part of the Epistle written to the Hebrues. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1578?]). Godly priuate prayers for housholders to meditate vpon, and to say in their families. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1641). A consideration and a resolvtion. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1641). Fovre speeches made by Sr. Edward Deering in the high court of Parliament concerning the archbishop and divers other grievances. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1641). The foure cardinall-vertues of a Carmelite-fryar. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1641). The speeches of Sr. Edward Deering in the Commons House of Parliament 1641. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1641). Three speeches of Sir Edward Dearings, Knight and Baronet, in the Commons House of Parliament. EEBO-TCP.

Dering, Edward (1642). A most worthy speech of the truly honourable and worthy member of the House of Commons Sir Edward Deering knight and baronet. EEBO-TCP.

Derricke, John (1581). The image of Irelande. EEBO-TCP.

Des Périers, Bonaventure, 1500?-1544?(1583). The mirrour of mirth and pleasant conceits. EEBO-TCP.

Descartes, René (1653). Renatus Des-Cartes excellent compendium of musick. EEBO-TCP.

Descartes, René (1680). Six metaphysical meditations. EEBO-TCP.

Desportes, Philippe (1607). Rodomonths infernall, or, The Diuell conquered. EEBO-TCP.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex (1870-1872). Devereux: Poems (1872). CH.

Dewsbury, William (1655). The discovery of mans return to his first estate by the operation of the power of God in the great work of regeneration. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1655). The discovery of the great enmity of the serpent against the seed of the woman, which witnesseth against him where he rules, both in rulers, priests, and people. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1663). The breathings of life to God's spiritual Israel. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1664). The word of the Lord to Sion the New Jerusalem. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William ([1664]). The word of the Lord, to his beloved citty New-Ierusalem. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1665?]). This for dear friends in London and them that are aboard the ship in order to transportation, or else where all abroad. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1665). The word of the Lord to all children born again of the immortal seed. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1666). The word of the Lord to his church and holy assembly. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1668). A general epistle given forth from the spirit of the Lord. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William ([1675]). A general epistle. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William (1682). A general epistle to be read in the fear of God in and amongst the assemblies of his people. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William ([1686]). A general epistle to Friends, from that ancient servant of Christ William Dewsebury. EEBO-TCP.

Dewsbury, William ([1689]). The faithful testimony of that antient servant of the Lord, and minister of the everlasting Gospel. EEBO-TCP.

Dey, Richard (1641). Tvvo looks over Lincolne, or, A view of his Holy table, name and thing, discovering his erronious and popish tenets and positions. EEBO-TCP.

Dickenson, John (1594). Dickenson: Arisbas, Euphues amidst his slumbers (1594). CH.

Dickenson, John (1598). Greene in conceipt. EEBO-TCP.

Dickenson, John (1598). Dickenson: Greene in Conceipt (1598). CH.

Dickenson, John ([1596]). Dickenson: The Shepheardes Complaint [1596]. CH.

Dickson, David (1635). A short explanation, of the epistle of Paul to the Hebrewes. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1651). A brief exposition of the evangel of Jesus Christ according to Matthew. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1653). A brief explication of the other fifty Psalmes, from Ps. 50 to Ps. 100. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1654). A brief explication of the last fifty Psalmes. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1655). A brief explication of the first fifty Psalms. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1655). True Christian love. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1659). An expositon of all St. Pauls epistles. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1664). Therapeutica sacra. EEBO-TCP.

Dickson, David (1684). Truths victory over error, or, An abridgement of the chief controversies in religion. EEBO-TCP.

Diemerbroeck, Ysbrand van (1694). The anatomy of human bodies, comprehending the most modern discoveries and curiosities in that art. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Everard ([1590]). Euerard Digbie his dissuasiue. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Everard (1595). A short introduction for to learne to swimme. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1638). A conference with a lady about choice of religion. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1641). Sr. Kenelme Digbyes honour maintained. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1643). Observations on the 22. stanza in the 9th. canto of the 2d. book of Spencers Faery Queen. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1643). Observations vpon Religio medici. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1644). Two treatises. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1652). A discourse concerning infallibility in religion. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1658). A late discourse made in a solemne assembly of nobles and learned men at Montpellier in France. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1669). Of bodies and of mans soul. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1669). Of the sympathetick powder. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1669). The closet of the eminently learned Sir Kenelme Digbie Kt. opened. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1675). Choice and experimented receipts in physick and chirurgery. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1682). A choice collection of rare secrets and experiments in philosophy. EEBO-TCP.

Digby, Kenelm (1683). Chymical secrets and rare experiments in physick & philosophy. EEBO-TCP.

Digges, Dudley (1611). Fata mihi totum mea sunt agitanda per orbem. EEBO-TCP.

Digges, Dudley (1615). The defence of trade. EEBO-TCP.

Digges, Dudley ([1618]). Sir Dudley Digges, Knight, ambassador from His Maiestie, to the emperor of Russia. EEBO-TCP.

Digges, Dudley (1655). The compleat ambassador, or, Two treaties of the intended marriage of Qu. Elizabeth of glorious memory. EEBO-TCP.

Digges, Leonard (1555). A prognostication of right good effect. EEBO-TCP.

Digges, Leonard (1571). A geometrical practise, named Pantometria. EEBO-TCP.