A Finding Guide to the British Studies Collections in the Special Collections Department at the University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries

2004
Center for British and Irish Studies
University of Colorado at Boulder

Introduction


The Special Collections Department contains an eclectic collection of close to 80,0000 volumes and several hundred feet of manuscripts. Resources for British Studies include such diverse items as medieval manuscript leaves, a Shakespeare Fourth Folio, a scrapbook that belonged to Edward VII when he was a child, Edwin Drood and David Copperfield in the original parts, one of the world's finest collections of the 18th-century poet Edward Young, and a complete set of the publications of William Morris's Kelmscott Press. Important items not available in the original may be held in the form of remarkably beautiful reproductions, such as the complete facsimile of the Domesday Book. The department also houses a number of primary periodical sources.

English literature from the 17th through the 20th centuries is a major focus of both the general rare book collection and several smaller subject collections. The Creamer Collection, for example, is particularly rich in 19th-century literature, and contains many volumes illustrated by such well-known artists as George Cruikshank. The Epsteen and Bloch Collections are strong in 19th-century children's literature. Two collections focus on individual authors: that of works by and about John Milton formed by Leo Miller and the collection of works by Edward Young originally begun by Henry Pettit. The collection of English pamphlets assembled by James Field Willard is a plentiful source of primary historical material. More than 2000 pamphlets, largely from the 17th and 18th centuries, debate political, religious, and social questions. The Mountaineering Collection contains works on the mountainous areas of the British isles and descriptions of travel and exploration by Britons in other parts of the globe. The department's collections on the book arts include not only the work of the great turn-of-the-century private presses (Kelmscott, Doves, Ashendene, and Vale) but also books produced by contemporary artists, such as Ken Campbell. Twentieth-century British photographers, such as Bill Brandt and Imogen Cunningham, are well represented in the Tippit Photobook Collection. An important new collection, Woman Poets of the Romantic Period, 1770-1839, focuses on the recently rediscovered women writers of this era. Begun in 1996, the collection now comprises more than 300 titles and continues to grow.

A particularly rich collection consists of books and pamphlets published in the British Isles prior to 1701. These items, numbering over 2,000 works, are described generally on the next page and are listed individually below, under author or, when anonymous, under title.

Most of Special Collections' holdings are not listed in the libraries' on-line catalogs, but materials can be located through our internal card files in several ways: author/title; a chronology file (by publication date); by call number (through our shelf-list file); or, in the case of letters written by notable persons, listed by author/writer in our manuscript file. Items must be used in the reading room. The department does encourage tours, presentations, and class use of our resources; interested faculty and others are urged to call the department head. Although appointments are unnecessary except for class instruction or group lectures, researchers are asked to consult with staff when beginning long-term projects. Consult http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/specialcollections/hours.htm. Norlin Library Room N345, 492-6144.

Originally prepared by Susie R. Bock, Special Collections Cataloger, 1994
Revised and expanded by Susan Guinn-Chipman, Special Collections Instructor, Summer, 2005

Special Collections Bibliography of Medieval and Early Modern
English Works through 1700

The Special Collections Department holds over 2,000 works published in the British Isles through 1700. The following bibliography draws from such collections as the Willard Collection of British pamphlets, the Leo Miller Collection of the works of John Milton, and the Creamer Collection. While a number of these volumes are available through Chinook, many of the following are not. If you are unable to find a particular author, please try searching the card catalogue in the reading room of Special Collections, as we hold works by many sixteenth- and seventeenth-century authors in later editions. Later publications of serial publications such as the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, collections of early works such as the Harleian Miscellany, and a number of facsimiles of early works have also been included. In addition to printed volumes, Special Collections has over 200 medieval manuscripts; those with an English provenance are included below.
English Manuscript material:

For additional information on the following English manuscripts, or any other of the approximately two hundred manuscripts and fragments held in Special Collections, please refer to Julia Boffey & A.S.G. Edwards, Medieval Manuscripts in the Norlin Library: a summary catalogue. Fairview, NC: Pegasus Press, 2002. Holdings of the Ege, Hayes, Thomson and miscellaneous collections may also be found on the Special Collections web-site: http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/specialcollections/collections/medieval.htm.

Ege 6.                    Latin Bible. England. Early 13th c. Double column.

Ege 7.                    Petrus Riga. Aurora. England. Early 13th c. Single column.

Ege 8.                    Gradual. England. 13th c. Single column.

Ege 13.                  Bible. Ecclesiastes 31: 19-35: 17. [Oxford?], England. Mid 13th c. Double column.

Ege 17.                  Psalter. England, late 13th century. Double column. Floral border. Illuminated initials.

Ege 24.                  Book of Hours. England, mid 14th century. Foliate decoration. Gilded initials.

Hayes 135 OS1. Augustine. Commentary on the Psalms. England. Early 13th c. Double column.

MS 107.                 Deed for three parcels of land in Stopham, Little Hunts, England. Bathpool Mead, Brooks Mead, and Mardon Mead. 1547.

MS 125.                Processional of the nuns of Chester. 14th c. Single leaf.

MS 324.                 Latin Bible. Part of Jerome's preface. 13th c. France or England. Single leaf.

MS 339.                 Memorandum in English and Latin recording payments to an estate in Shropshire, 29 September 1420.

MS 340.                 Indenture conveying two houses in Norfolk, 30 September, 1453. Single leaf.

MS 348.                 English private letter concerning manor of Whetlaw [=Whitlaw, Northumberland?]. 14thc./15thc.

MS 349.                 English indenture, 18 October 1489 between Willima Haghe and John Drouffeld concerning the marriage of Alice, daughter of the former, and Thomas, son of John Drouffeld. 1489.

MS 350.                 English indenture, 31 August 1469 concerning sale by John Horne to William Leuyngton (?) on ‘londys and tenementys and rentis a seruyces.'

Thomson 30.        Book of Hours, calendar page. ‘September' recto, ‘October,' verso. England. 15th c. Single leaf.
                                Gilt initials. Some saints' names rubricated.

Thomson 35.         Missal from Requiem Mass. England. 15th c. Single leaf. Gilt initials.

Thomson 37.         English Breviary. 14th c. In lower margin, ‘A boke of receipts from my Brother Cole 1626.'
                                Single column. Bifolium.

Thomson 41.        Unidentified text (with references to Justinus, Bede, and Isidore. [England?]. 14th c. Single leaf.
                                Double column.

Thomson 45.        Breviary. [England or France?]. 14th c. Column of single leaf.

Printed material:

An abtract of the contents of several 'letters relating to the management of affairs with Rome, by the D. or Y. and others … [London: 1679]. [WING A131] [WILLARD 2019].

An account how the Earl of Essex killed himself in the Tower of London, the 13th of July 1683. London: 1683. [WING A175] [WILLARD 2020].

An account of the digging up of the quarters of William Sayley, lately executed for high treason, for that his relations abused the Kings mercy. London: 1678. [WING A276] [WILLARD 2021].

An account of the proceedings at the Guild-hall of the City of London, on Saturday, September 13. 1679. With the substance of Sir Thomas Player's Speech, and the Lord Mayor's Answer Thereunto. [No. 6 in bound collection] [1679]. [WING A 357] [DA 448 P6].

An account of the several cities and market-towns in England and Wales: describing the antiquities, curiosities and manufacture carried on at each place, the days that the markets are kept on, the number of Parliament-men sent from each city, &c. and the computed and measure miles from London, alphabetically digested. To every town the county is mentioned it belongs to. London: Printed for S. Bladon, [WILLARD 794].

An address sign'd by the greatest part of the members of the Parliament of Scotland and deliver'd to His Majesty at Hampton-Court, the 15th day of October, 1689. [WILLARD 2172].

An address to the electors of Great-Britain and Ireland, on the approaching general election: containing plain constitutional truths, and seasonable observations; respectfully offered to their serious consideration. By an independent freeholder. London: Printed at the Logographic Press and sold by J. Walter. [WILLARD 807].

The addresses importing an abhorrence of an association, pretended to have been seized in the E. of Shaftesbury's closet, laid open and detected. London: 1682. [WING A569] [WILLARD 2023].

Advice to the nobility, gentry, & commonalty of this nation in the qualifications and election of their knights and burgesses, their representatives in Parliament. [London: 1679]. [WING A660] [WILLARD 2024].

Aeschines (oration "Against Ctesiphon") and Demosthenes (oration "On the Crown"). P. Foulkes and J. Friend. Oxonia: J. Crooke, 1696. [UNCAT 95-5-592].

Ainsworth, Henry. Annotation upon the Booke of Psalms: … London: John Haviland for John Bellami, 1627. [BS1225.A5 1627 OS1].

_____. Annotations upon the Fifth Booke of Moses called Deuteronomie: … London: John Haviland for John Bellamie, 1627. [BS1225.A5 1627 OS1].

_____. Annotations upon the First Booke of Moses, called Genesis: … London: Miles Flesher for John Bellamie, 1627. [BS1225.A5 1627 OS1].

_____. Annotations upon the Five bookes of Moses: the Booke of the Psalmes, and the Song of Songs, or, Canticles… London: Printed for John Bellamie, 1627. [BS 1225.A5 1627 OS1].

_____. Annotations upon the Fourth Booke of Moses called Numbers: … London: John Haviland for John Bellamie, 1627. [BS1225.A5 1627 OS1]

_____. Annotations upon the Second Booke of Moses, called Exodus: … London: Miles Flesher for John Bellamie, 1627. [BS1225.A5 1627].

_____. Annotations upon the Third Booke of Moses, called Leviticvs: … London: John Haviland for John Bellamie, 1627. [BS1225.A5 1627 OS1].

_____. Solomons Song of Songs, in English metre: … London: Printed for John Bellamie, 1627. [BS1225.A5 1627 OS1].

[Aldrich, Henry]. A reply to two discourses lately printed at Oxford. Oxford: The Theater, 1687. [WING A899] [WILLARD 922].

Allestree, Richard. The gentleman's calling. Written by the author of the Whole duty of man. Part I. The Ladies Calling. Part II. London: Printed for R. Pawlet, 1673. Bound with The Government of the Tongue. Oxford: At the theater, 1674. [BJ1151.A42 1673].

_____. The government of the tongue. Oxford: At the theater, 1674. Bound with The Gentleman's Calling. [BJ1551.A42 1673].

[Allix, Peter]. A defense of the brief history of the Unitarians against Dr Sherlock's answer. London: 1691. [WING A1219] [WILLARD 921].

_____. A discourse concerning penance. London: Chiswell, 1688. [WING A1220] [WILLARD 920].

[Alsop, George]. The mischief of impositions; or, An antidote against a late discourse … called The mischief of separation. 2nd. London: Benj. Alsop, 1680. [WING A2918] [ WILLARD 919].

[Altham, Michael]. Some queries to Protestants answered. And an explanation of the Roman Catholick's belief … London: For Luke Meredith, 1686. [WING A2934] [WILLARD 918].

_____. A vindication of the Church of England from the foul aspersions of schism and heresie … part 1. London: For Luke Meredith, 1687. [WING A2936] [WILLARD 917].

The anatomy of a Jacobite-Tory: in a dialogue between Whig and Tory, occasioned by the act for recognizing King William and Queen Mary. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1690. Bound with The oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

Andrewes, John. A gentle reflection on the modest account, and a vindication of the loyal abhorrers, from the calumnies of a factious pen. London: 1682. [WING A 3121] [WILLARD 2025].

Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, earl. The Earl of Anglesey's State of the government & kingdom: prepared and intended for his majesty King Charles II in the year 1682 … With a short vindication of his lordship from several aspersions cast upon him … by Sir John Thompson. London: Printed for S. Crouch, 1694. [DA445.A65 1694]

_____. The king's right of indulgence in spiritual matter … by a Person of Honour. London: R. Taylor, 1688. [WING A3169] [WILLARD 915].

_____. A letter from the right honourable Arthur Earl of Anglesey … London: 1682. [WING A3172] [WILLARD 2026].

_____. Memoirs of the Right Honourable Arthur, earl of Anglesey, late lord privy seal. Intermixt, with moral, political and historical observations, by way of discourse in a letter. To which is prefixt a letter written by his lordship during his retirement from court, in the year 1683. Published by Sir Peter Pett. London: J. Dunton, 1693. [DA447.A5A2].

_____. Memoirs of the Right Honourable Arthur earl of Anglesey, late lord privy seal. Intermixt with moral, political, and historical observations…London: J. Dunton, 1693. [DA445.A65 1694].

Anglo-Saxon Charters. Facsimiles. Simon Keyes, ed. Oxford University Press, 1991. [UNCAT 94-8-173 OS2].

Animadversion upon the speech of William (late) Viscount Stafford on the scaffold on Tower-Hill, immediately before his execution, upon Wednesday, December, 1680. 2nd ed. With large hand written folded plate. [No. 26 in bound collection]. London: Richard Baldwin, 1681. [WING 3208] [DA448.3208].

An answer to a late pamphlet; entituled, a character of a Popish successor, and what England may expect from such a one. London: 1681. [WING A3307] [WILLARD 2027].

Answer to a letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of his Majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence. London: 1687. [WING A3319] [WILLARD 910].

An answer to a letter written by a member of Parliament, in the countrey, upon the occasion of his reading of the Gazette of the 11th of December, 1679. c. 1 &2. [WING A3320] [WILLARD 110].

Answer to the chief, or materiall heads & passages in the late declaration, called, The Declaration of the Kingdome of Scotland … London: Robert White, 1648. [WING A3398] [WILLARD 909].

Answer to the city ministers letters from his country friend. [n.p.]: 1688. [WING A3400] [WILLARD 908].

An ansvver to this quodlibetical question. Whether the bishops make a fundamental, and essential part of the English Parliament … London: Printed for A. Seile, 1661. [WILLARD 71].

An answer to two papers … and a Commoner's speech … by a Lover of his countrey. London: 1698. [WING A3458] [WILLARD 907].

An antidote against poison: composed of some remarks upon the paper printed by the direction of the Lady Russel, and mentioned to have been delivered by the Lord Russel to the sheriffs at the place of his execution. [London: printed for Charles Mearne, 1683]. [DA447.R85A65].

An apology for the Protestants: being a full justification of their departure from the Church of Rome … Done out of French into English by Roger l'Estrange. London: Printed by T.B. for Henry Brome, 1681. [WILLARD 138].

An appeale to every impartiall, iudicious, and godly reader: whether presbyterie of prelacie be the better church-government, according to the word of God; being duely compared the one with the other. By a judicious and learned divine. London: Francis Coules and Henry Twyford, 1641. [WILLARD 18].

An appendix to Mercurius Reformatus: or the New Observator. London: 1692. [WING A3573] [WILLARD 2029].

Argyll, Marquis of. Speech of the late Marquis of Argyll upon the scaffold May 27. 1661. Being a true and perfect copy. Edinburgh and reprinted in London: [s.n.], 1661. [CREAMER 5].

The arraignment and pleas of Esq. Fizt-Harris Esq; with all the arguments in law, Bench thereupon, in Easter term 1681. [WING A3746 ] [WILLARD 2030].

The arraignment, trials, conviction and condemnation of Sir Rich. Grahme, Bart. … London: 1691. [WING A3768] [WILLARD 2035].

The arraignment, tryal & condemnation of Algernon Sidney, esq; for high-treason. For conspiring the death of the King, … London: 1684. [WING A3754]. [WILLARD 2031].

The arraignment, tryal & condemnationof Algrenon Sidney, Esq; for high-treason. For conspiring to the death of the King, and intending to raise a rebellion in this kingdom. London: Benj. Tooke, 1684. [DA448.S6 OS1].

The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Ambrose Rookwood, for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His Sacred Majesty King William, in order to a French invasion of this kingdom. 2nd ed. London: Printed for Samuel Heyrick, 1696. [WING A3755] [DA461.5.R4 OS1].

The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Sir John Friend, Knight, for high treason, … March 23, 1695/6. London: 1696. [WING A3759] [WILLARD 2032].

The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Sir John Friend, Knight, for high treason, in endeavouring to procure forces from France in order to invade this kingdom, and conspiring to levy war in the realm for assisting and abetting the said invasion, in order the deposing of His Sacred majesty King William, and restoring the late King. London: Samuel Heyrick, 1696. [DA461.5 F7 OS1].

The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Sir William Parkins, knt. for the most horrid and barbarous conspiracy to assassinate His Most Sacred Majesty King William; for raising of forces, in order to a rebellion, and encouraging a French Invasion into this kingdom. London: Samuel Heyrick, 1696. [DA461.5 P3 OS1].

The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Stephen Colledge for high-treason, … London: 1681. [WING A3761] [WILLARD 2033].

The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Stephen Colledge for high-treason, in conspiring the death of the King … London: Thomas Basset and John Fish, 1681. [DA448.C6 OS1].

The arraignment, tryals and condemnations of Charles Cranburne, and Robert Lowick, to assassinate His Sacred Majesty King William … London: 1696. [WING A3767] [WILLARD 2034].

Arrowsmith, John. The convenant-avenging sword brandished: in a sermon. [WING A3773] [WILLARD 905].

Articles of impeachment of high treason, and other great crimes and misdemeanors against Sir William Scroggs Chief Justice of the court of King's Bench, by the Commons in Parliament. [No. 24 in bound collection]. London: John Wright, 1680. [DA448.P6]

[Ascham, Antony]. A seasonable discourse, wherin is examined what is lawful during the confusions … London: Rich. Janeway, 1689. [WING A3924] [WILLARD 901].

[Asgill, John]. An argument proving, that … man may be translated from hence into that eternal life, without passing through death. [n.p.]: 1700. [WING A3926] [WILLARD 902].

Ashe, Simeon. The best refuge for the most oppressed. London: 1642. [WILLARD 821].

The assenters sayings, published in their own words, for the information of the people: being in requital of Roger L'Estrange's Dissenters sayings. By an indifferent hand. London: Printed for Henry Jones, 1681. [WILLARD 139].

[Astell, Mary]. An Essay in defence of the female sex. In which are inserted the characters of a pedant, a squire, a beau, a virtuoso, a poetaster, a city-critick, &c. in a letter to a lady. Written by a lady. London: Printed for A. Roper, and R. Clavel, 1696. [Mary Astell; Mrs Judith Drake] [HQ1201.E8 1696].

Atkins, Sir Robert. The power, jurisdiction and priviledge of Parliament; and the antiquity of the House of Commons asserted. Occasion'd by an information in the king's bench, by the attorney general, against the speaker of the House of Commons. As also a discourse concerning the ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the realm of England, occasion'd by the late commission in ecclesiastical causes … London: Printed for Timothy Goodwin, 1689. [WING 204].

Atkyns, Sir Robert. A defence of the late Lord Russel's innocency, … London: 1689. [WING A4136] [WILLARD 2036].

_____. A defence of the late Lord Russel's innocency … London: Timothy Goodwin, 1689. [No title page]. [DA.430 P78].

_____. The (his) … speech to Sir William Ashurst … at the time of his being sworn in their majesties court of exchequer, Monday the thirtieth of October, 1693. London: Printed for R. Baldwin, 1693. [WILLARD 205].

[Atterbury, Francis, bp.]. An answer to some considerations on the spirit of Martin Luther. Oxford: The Theater, 1687. [WING A4146] [WILLARD 900].

Aurelius Antoninus, Macus Verus [Meditations]. 2nd ed. Londoni: Edv. Millington, 1697. [UNCAT 95-5-601].

Austin, Robert. Allegiance not impeached: viz, by the Parliaments taking up of arms (though against the kings personall commands) for the just defence of the kings person, crown and dignity, the laws of the land, liberties of the subject: yea, they are bound by the oath of their allegiance … London: R. Coates for J. Bellamy, 1644. [DA412.1644 A8].

D'Avenant, Sir William. Gondibert; an heroic poem. London: John Holden, 1651. [PR2474.G7 1651].

B., J. A letter from J. B. alias Oldcutt, to his friend Mr. Jenks. [London: 1679]. [WING B111] [WILLARD 2038].

_____. Some reflections upon the Earl of Danby, in relation to the murther of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey. In a letter to a friend. [London: 1679]. [WING B127] [WILLARD 2039].

B., J. From aboard the Van-herring. Another letter from Legorn, to an eminent merchant in Lond. Sept. 23. 1680. London: 1680. [WING B90] [WILLARD 2037].

B., T. … Foure apologicall tracts exhibited to the supreme, self-made authority … by T.B. and conscientious and orthodox divine. 1649. [WING B186] [WILLARD 945].

[B., T.]. The loyalty of the last long Parliament; or, A letter to an English gentleman at Florence. London: For Francis Smith, Sr., 1681. [WING B187] [WILLARD 947].

Bacon, Francis. Baconiana. London: Printed by J. D. for Richard Chiswell, 1679. [B1155 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, theologicall, and bibliographical … London: [B1155 1679].

_____. A Collection of Some Principal Rules and Maxims of the Common Lawes of England with Their Latitude and Extent. London, 1636. [PR2207 C65].

_____. Francisci Baconi Baronis de Verulamio, Vice-Comitis S. Albani, Opera Omnia, Philosophical, Moralia, Politica, Historica. Frankfurt: Joannis Baptistae Schonwetteri, 1665. (Latin. Works including Henry VII). [96-5-1 OS1].

_____. [Francisci Baconi … Tractatus de augmentis scientiarum … ] Latin. Printed leaf, disbound, pp. 197-198. [London: John Haviland, 1638]. [UNCAT 98-6-6 MAP CASE I].

_____. Sermones fideles, ethici, politici, oeconomici; sive Interiora rerum. Accedit Faber fortunae &c. Lug. Batavorum: Apud F. Hackium, 1641. [B1180 S4].

_____. Sylva Sylvarum, or a Natural History in Ten Centuries. London, 1670. [QH41.B2 1641 OS1].

_____. The two books of Francis Bacon, of the proficience and advancement of learning, divine and human. Oxford: Printed by I. L., 1633. [B1192.1633].

_____. The use of the law … Bound with the author's A Collection of Some Principal Rules and Maxims… London: A More and H. Hood, 1636. London: Iohn Moore, Esquire, 1635. [PR2207.C65].

Bacon, Nathaniel. An historical and political discourse of the laws & government of England, from the first times to the end of the reign of the Queen Elizabeth. With a vindication of the ancient way of parliaments in England, Collected from some manuscript notes of John Selden. London: Printed for J. Starkey, 1689. [JN117.B22 OS1].

Bachonis, Rogerii. Speculum Alchemiae. [Extract.] Included in Theatrum Chemicum, Praecipuos Selectorum Auctorum Tractatus de Chemiae Et Lapidis Philosophici antiquitate, veritate, jury, praestantia, & operationibus continens... volumen secundum. Argentorati [Strassburg]: Sumptibus Heredum Eberh. Zetzneri, 1659 CALL NUMBER: QD25 T4

Bagshaw, Edward, elder. Mr. Bagshaw's speech in Parliament February the ninth, 1640. Concerning episcopacy… London: Francis Constable, 1641. [WING B399] [WILLARD 946].

_____. Master Bagshaw his worth speech in Parliament, Febr., 18. 1641. Concerning the passing of a bill, for the disarming of the papists within this Kingdome. London: J. Thomas, 1641. [UNCAT 95-7-126].

_____. Two arguments in Parliament … London: George Miller, 1641. [WING B401] [WILLARD 944].

Bainbridge, Thomas. Seasonable reflections on a late pamphlet. London: 1689/90. [WILLARD 882].

Baker, Richard. A Chronicle of the Kings of England from the time of the Romans government, unto the death of King James … whereunto is added, the reign of King Charles the First, and the first thirteen years of His Sacred Majesty, King Charles the Second … 7th impression. London: George Sawbridge, 1679. [CREAMER 1002].

_____. A Chronicle of the Kings of England. From the Time of the Romans Government, unto the Death of King James … whereunto is added, The reign of King Charles the First, and the First Thirteen Years of His Sacred Majesty, King Charles the Second… London: Printed for H. Sawbridge…, 1684. [DA30.B167 OS1].

[Balcanquhall, Walter]. A large declaration concerning the late tumults in Scotland, from their first originals: together with a particular deduction of the seditious practices of the prime leaders of the Covenanters: collected out of their owne foule acts and writings: by which it doth plainly appeare, that religion was onely pretended by those leaders, but nothing lesse intended by them. By the king. London: Printed by Robert Young, His Majesties printer for Scotland, 1639. [D803.73 B26].

[Bambrigg, Thomas]. Seasonable reflections, on a late pamphlet entituled, a history of passive obedience since the Reformation: wherin the true notion of passive obedience is settled and secured from the malicious interpretations of ill-designing men … London: Printed for Robert Clavell, 1689/90. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. See also Bainbridge, Thomas. [WILLARD 220].

Barclay, Robert. An apology for the true Christian divinity … Quakers: being a full explanation and vindication of their principles and doctrines … [London: 17--?]. [BX7730.B3 1701a].

Barlow, Thomas, bp. A letter concerning invocation of saints and adoration of the cross … London: Printed for John Martyn, 1679. [WING B834] [WILLARD 948].

[Barlow, Thomas, bp.]. A few plain reasons why a Protestant of the Church of England should not turn Roman Catholic. London: R. Clavel, 1688. [WING B831] [WILLARD 943].

Barne, Miles. The authority of church-guides asserted in a sermon preach'd before our late glorious King Charles II At White-hall, Octob. 17. 1675. … 2nd ed. London: Printed for Richard Green, 1685. [WILLARD 182].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the University of Cambridge on the 9th of September … Cambridge: J. Hayes, 1683. [WING B861] [WILLARD 941].

_____. A sermon preached before the king at White-hall, October 17, 1675. London: R. Millburn, 1675. [WING B859] [WILLARD 942].

Barnes, Joshua. The history of that most victorious monarch Edward III.d king of England and France, and lord of Ireland … being a full and exact account of the life and death of the said king together with that of his most renowned son Edward, prince of Wales and of Aquitain, sir-named the Black prince … collected from the best and most antient authors … printed books, manuscripts and records. Cambridge: Printed by J. Hayes for the author, 1688. [DA233.B23 OS1].

Barrow, Isaac. A sermon upon the passion of our blessed Saviour … 13th day of April, 1677. London: Brabazon

Aylmer, 1677. [WING B954] [WILLARD 940].

Basire, Isaac. Deo et ecclesiae sacrum. Sacriledge arraigned by Saint Paul, and prosecuted in a treatise … Oxford: Printed by Leonard Lichfield, 1646. [WILLARD 46].

Baxter, Richard. A Christian directory, or a sum or practical theologie and cases of conscience … 2nd. Ed. London: N. Simmons, 1678. [BV4500.B34 1678 OS1].

_____. Reliquiae Baxterianae: or Mr. Richard Baxter's narrative of the most memorable passages of his life and times. By Matthew Sylvester. London: R. Parkhurst, J. Robinson, J. Lawrence, and J. Dunton, 1696. [BX5207.B3A2 1696 OS1].

[Baxter, Richard]. A petition for peace: with the reformation of the liturgy. As it was presented to the right reverend bishops, by the divines appointed by his majesties commission to treat with them about the alteration of it. London: Printed [1661]. [WILLARD 76].

_____. A petition for peace: with the reformation of the liturgy. As it was presented to the right reverend bishops by the divines appointed by his majesties commission to treat with them about the alteration of it. London: Printed [1661]. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

Bayly, Lewis. Bp. of Bangor. The practice of piety: directing a Christian how to walk that he may please God. 36th ed. [London]: Printed for Sa. Lee at ye Feathers in Lumbert Street [1680?] [BV4500.B35].

Bayly, William. A call and visitation from the lord God of heaven unto Christendom (so called) who profess they know God, but in works deny him. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WING B1521] [WILLARD 85].

[Beaulieu, Luke de]. A discourse shewing that Protestants are on the safer side, notwithstanding … London: For Richard Chiswell, 1687. [WING B1572] [WILLARD 937].

Bede, Venerable. [Historia ecclesiastica]. English. Thomas Stapleton, trans. S. Omers: Iohn Heigham, 1622. [BR746.B5 1622].

Bedloe, William. The excommunicated prince: or, the false relique. A tragedy … London: 1679. [WING B1676] [WILLARD 2041].

_____. A narrative and impartial discovery of the horrid Popish Plot: carried on for the burning and destroying the cities on London and VVestminster, … London: 1679. [WING B1677] [WILLARD 2040].

Belief of the Athanaisan creed not required by the Church of England as necessary to salvation. In a letter to a friend. [n.p.: 1693]. [WING B1788] [WILLARD 936].

Bendloes, Gulielme. Les reports de Gulielme Bendloes Sergeant de la Ley: des divers resolutions et judgments donne par le reverendes judges de la ley: de certain matiers en la ley en le temps del raigne de roys et roignes Hen. VIII Edw. VI Phil. et Mar. et Elizab. … London: Timothy Twyford, 1661. [CREAMER 16].

[Bennett, John]. The hope of peace. By laying open such doubts and manifest untruths as are divulged by the arch-priest in his letter or answer to the bookes which were published by the priestes … Franckford: The heirs of D. Turner, 1601. [STC 1884] [WILLARD 4].

Bentley, Richard. A confutation of atheism from the origin and frame of the world. Parts 1 & 3. London: H. Mortlock, 1692-3. [WING B1919] [WILLARD 933].

_____. A dissertation upon the Epistles of Phalaris. With an answer to the objections of the honourable Charles Boyle, esquire. London: J.H. for Henry Mortlock, 1699. [PA4276.P3 B5 1699].

_____. Matter and motion cannot think; or, A confutation of atheism from the faculties of the soul; a sermon preached at St. Mary le-Bow, April 4, 1692. Being the second of the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esquire. London: Printed for T. Parkhurst, 1692. [BT1209.B4].

Berkshire, Charles Howard, earl of. The Lord Andevers two speeches: the one concerning the pacification of the 6th of March. The other the starre-chamber. 1641. [WING B1979] [WILLARD 931].

[Bernard, Richard]. A short view of the praelaticall church of England … [WING B2033] [WILLARD 932].

Bethel, Slingsby. The vindication of slingsby Bethel, esq; one of the sheriffs of London and Middlesex: against the several slanders cast upon him … London: Printed for Francis Smith, 1681. [WILLARD 147].

Beveridge, William, bp. (1637-1708). A sermon concerning the excellency and usefulness of the common prayer. London: T. James, 1634. [Wing B2105] [WILLARD 930].

Bible. The Bay Psalm book, a facsimile reprint of the first edition of 1640. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956. [BS1440 B4 1640c v.1].

Bible. The Bible, that is, the holy scriptures conteined in the Olde and Newe Testament, translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke … London: Printed by the deputies of Christopher Barker, 1599. [UNCAT-3-54].

Bible. The Bible; that is The Holy scriptvres contained in the Old and New Testament. Geneva version. English. According to the copy printed at Edinburgh by Andro Hart in 1610. Amsterdam: Printed by T. Stafford, 1610 [1640]. [BS170.1640 OS1].

Bible. The Book of Durrow. Evangeliorum quattuor codex durmachensis. Facsimile. No. 180. Switzerland: URS Graf-Verlag, 1960. [BS2552.D8L8 OS1].

Bible. Evangeliorum quattuor Codex Cenannensis. [Book of Kells]. Facsimile. No. 133. Bernaie Helvetiorum [URS Graf, distribution in the U.S.: P.C. Duschnes, New York], 1950-51. [ND3359.B7 A66 OS PLUME].

Bible. Evangeliorum Quattuor Codex Lindisfarnensis. [Lindisfarne Gospels]. Facsimile. No. 183 of 680. Oltun et Lausanna Helvetiae, 1956-1960. [Z115Z.B59 L5 OS1].

Bible. The Holy Bible. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, 1637. [BS185.1637].

Bible. The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament, and the New … London: By Robert Barker, 1613. [BS185 1613.L62]

Bible. The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament, and the New: newly translated out of the originall tongues … 2 vols. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1616. [UNCAT 94-3-55].

Bible. The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and the New. Newly translated out of the originall tongues … London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1646. [UNCAT 94-3-56].

Bible. The Holy Bible: containing the Old Testament and the New: newly translated out of the originall tongues … London: Printed by the Company of Stationers, 1649. [BS185 1649.L6].

Bible. The Holy Bible, conteyning the Old Testament and the New, newly translated our of the originall tongues & with the former translations diligently compared and reuised by his Maiesties speciall comandement. Appointed to be read in churches. Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, Anno Dom, 1611. Facsimile. [No. 384/1500]. [Cleveland, World Pub Co., 1965]. [BS185 1611 C56 OS1].

Bible. The King James version of the Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments together with the Apocrypha, translated out of the original tongue in the year 1611. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1935-36. [Limited Editions Club]. [BX185 1935 v. 1-5 c. 1&2].

Bible. N.T. Luke. English. Authorized. 1611. Printed leaf, disbound. [London: Robert Barker, 1611-1613?]. [UNCAT 98-6-5 MAP CASE I].

Bible. O.T. Judges. English. 1551. [The Byble, that is to saye, all the Holye Scrypture … ] or the "Matthews Bible," printed by Nicholas Hyll, translated by Thomas Matthew, alias John Rogers. 4th ed. [London: Nicholas Hall, 1551]. With woodcut initials. [UNCAT 98-6-1 MAP CASE I].

Bible. Psalms. The Coverdale Psalter [Facsimile]. The Coverdale Psalter and the quatrocentenary of the printed English Bible by Harold R. Willoughby. Chicago: Caxton Club, 1935. [BS 1422 1535c OS1].

Bible. The Whole book of Psalms: conferred with the Hebrew: set forth and allowed to be sung in all churches … London: Printed by M.F. for the Company of Stationers, 1649. [BS185 1649.L6].

Bill of ease to all Protestant Dissenters. By taking away the Stat. 23 and 28 Q. Elia. And 3 K. James, &c. [No. 35 in bound collection]. [s.n.]. [DA448.P6].

Biographia Britannica: or, the Lives of the Most eminent Persons Who have flourished in Great Britain and Ireland from the earliest ages, down to the present times: Collected from the best Authorities, both Printed and Manuscript, and digested in the Manner of Mr. Bayle's Historical and Critical Dictionary. Vol. 3. London: 1750. [DA28.B7 v. 3 OS1].

Birch, Peter. A sermon peached before the honourable House of Commons … London: Printed for Tho. Nott, 1694. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

_____. A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, November 5, 1689. London: Printed by E. Jones, 1689. [WING B2938] [WILLARD 929].

A birchen rod for Dr. Birch … 1694. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

Bisbie, Nathaniel. The modern Pharisees: or A sermon on the xxiii of S. Matt. v. 15. … London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1683. [WING B2982] [WILLARD 928].

Blackall, Offspring, bp. A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons … January 30 1698/9. London: Printed by J. Leake, 1699. [WING B3053] [WILLARD 925].

_____. St Paul and St James reconcil'd. A sermon preach'd before the University of Cambridge … June 30 1700. Cambridge: University Press, 1700. [WING B3050] [WILLARD 926].

_____. A sufficiency of a standing revelation; a sermon … January the 1st 1699/1700. London: Printed by J. Leake, 1700. [WING B3054] [WILLARD 924].

_____. The sufficiency of the scripture-revelation as to the matter of it. A sermon … February the 5th 1699/1700. Boyle Lectures. 2nd ed. London: Printed by J. Leake, 1700. [WING B3057] [WILLARD 988].

_____. The sufficiency of the scripture revelation as to the proof of it. Part I. A sermon … March the 5th, 1699/1700. Boyle Lectures. 3rd ed. London; Printed by J. Leake, 1700. [WING B3058] [WILLARD 987].

_____. The sufficiency of the scripture revelation as to the proof of it. Part II. Two sermons … April 1st and May 6th 1700. London: Printed by J. Leake, 1700. [WING B3059] [WILLARD 986].

Blackmore, Richard, M.D.. King Authur. An Heroick Poem. In Twelve Books. London: Awnsham and John Churchil, Jacob Tonson, 1697. [PR3318.B5 A76 1697].

_____. Prince Arthur. An Heroick Poem. In ten bookes. London: Awnsham and John Churchil, 1696. [PR3318.B5 A76 1696].

[Blackmore, Sir Richard]. A short history of the last Parliament. London; Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1699. [WING B3088] [WILLARD 985].

Blake, Thomas, Puritan divine. The birth-priviledge. London: 1644. [WILLARD 835].

Blome, Richard. Britannia, or, a geographical description of the kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the isles and territories thereunto belonging … London: Tho. Roycroft for Richard Blome, 1673. [CREAMER 33].

Blount, Charles. Anima mundi: or, an historical narration of the opinions of the ancients concerning man's soul after this life: according to unenlightened nature. London: Printed for Will Cademan, 1679. [BL2773.B66].

[Blount, Charles]. An appeal from the country to the city, for the preservation of his majesties person … [London: 1679]. [WING G3300A] [WILLARD 984].

_____. An appeal from the country to the city, for the preservation of His Majesties person liberty and property,and the Protestant religion. London: 1679. [WING B3300] [WILLARD 2042].

Blount, T. Glossographia: or a dictionary interpreting hard words of whatsoever language, now used in our refined English tongues; with etymologies, devinitions, and historical observations on the same. Also the terms of divinity, law, physick, musick, mathematicks, war, heraldry, and other arts and sciences explicated. 5th ed. London: PHt. Newcomb and sold by Tho. Flesher, 1681. [PE1670.A2B6 1681].

[Blount, T.]. Glossographia: or a dictionary, interpreting all such hard words, whether Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Italian, Spanish, French, Teutonick, Belgick, British or Saxon; as now are used in our refined English tongue. By T. B.. London: Tho. Newcomb and sold by Humphrey Moseley, 1656. [PE1670.A2B6].

_____. Glossographia: or a dictionary, interpreting all such hard words … 2nd ed. By T.B.. London: Tho. Newcomb, for Geroge Sawbridge, 1661. [PE1670.A2B6 1661].

Boccalini, Traino. I raggvagli di Parnasso: or advertisments from Parnassus: in two centuries. With the Politick Touchstone. Written originally in Italian by that famous Romas Trajano Bocalini. And now put into English by the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Monmouth. 3rd ed. London: Tho. Guy, 1674. [JC158.B7 1674 OS1].

Bohun, Edmund. A defence of Sir Robert Filmer, against the mistakes and misrepresentations of Algernon Sidney, esq; in a paper delivered by him to the sheriffs upon the scaffold on Tower-Hill, on Fryday December the 7th 1683 before his execution there. London: W. Ketilby, 1684. [JC153.B6 OS1].

[Bohun, Edmund]. An address to the free-men and free-holders of the nation. 2nd ed. London: Printed for George Wells, 1683. [WING3445] [WILLARD 983].

_____. An answer to the desertion discuss'd … London: Printed and sold by Rich. Faeway, 1689. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

_____. A defence of Sir Robert Filmer, against the mistakes and misrepresentations of Algernon Signey, Esq; in a paper delivered by him to the sheriffs upon the scaffold on Tower-Hill, on Fryday December the 7th 1683. before his execution t here. London: W. Kettilby 1684. [WING B3450] [JC15.B6 OS1].

_____. The doctrine of non-resitance or passive obedience in no way concerned in the controversies now depending between the Williamites and the Jacobites. By a lay gentleman, of the communion of the church of England, by law established … London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1689. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

_____. The history of the desertion, or an account of all the publick affairs in England, from the beginning of September 1688. to the twelfth of February following. With an answer to a piece call'd the desertion discussed: in a letter to a country gentleman. By a person of quality … London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1689. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

Bolron, Robert. The Papists bloody oath of secrecy, and letnay of intercession for the carrying on of this present plot … London: 1680. [WING B3502] [WILLARD 2043]

_____. The Papists bloody oath of secrecy, and letany of intercession for the carrying on of this present plot. [No. 19 in bound collection]. London: Randal Taylor, 1680. [WING B3502] [DA448.P6].

Bolton, Robert. AMAPTOLOS AMAPTIA: or the sinfulness of sin: held forth, in a sermon … London: Printed by G. M., 1646. [WING B3516] [WILLARD 981].

_____. A cordiall for Christians in the time of affliction. Or, a sermon preached at Kethering Lecture by Master Robert Bolton, Bachelour of Divinity, and sometimes Fellow of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford. London: George Miller, 1640. [STC 3227] [WILLARD 1810].

_____. A discourse about the state of true happiness. Delivered in certaine sermons in Oxford, and St. Pauls Crosse. London: John Legatt for Edmunch Weaver, 1638. [STC 3234] [WILLARD 1811].

_____. Two sermons preached at Northampton at two severall assises there. The one in the time of the Shrevalty of Sir Erasmus Dryden Baronet, anno domini, 1629 … London: George Miller, 1639. [STC 3257] [WILLARD 1809].

The Book of Armagh [Liber Ardmachanus]. [Transcription and commentary]. No. 60/400. John Gwynn, ed. Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co.; London: Williams & Norgate, 1913. [BS1989.A7 1913 OS1].

The Book of Durrow. Evangeliorum quattuor codex durmachensis. Facsimile. No. 180. Switzerland: URS Graf-Verlag, 1960. [BS2552.D8L8 OS1].

Book of Psalmes / collected into English meeter by Thomas Sternhold, Iohn Hopkins, and others; conferred with the Hebrew; with apt notes to sing them withall. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1612. [CREAMER 939].

Bossuet, Jacques Benigne, bp. An exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic church in matters of controversie … from the 5th edition in French. London: 1685. [WING B3785] [WILLARD 992].

_____. A pastoral letter from the Lord Bishop of Meaux to the new Catholics of his diocese, exhorting them to keep their Easter … London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1686. [WING B3787] [WILLARD 1112].

Bourk, Hubert. The information of Hubert Bourk, gent. Touching the popish plot in Ireland, carried on by the conspiracies of the Earl of Tyrone, and others his confederates … London: Printed for Ralph Taylor, [1680]. [WILLARD 115].

Bowles, Edward. Plain English: or, a discourse concerning the accommodation, the armie, the association. [London: s.n., 1643]. [WING B3878] [WILLARD 991].

Boyle, Hon. Robert. The skeptical chymist: orchymico-physical doubts and paradoxes, touching the spagyrist's principles commonly call'd hypostatical; as they are wont to be propos'd and defended by the generality of alchymists. London: J. Crooke, 1661. Limited ediction of 500 copies, reproduced in facsimile by Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1965. [UNCAT 95-5-1079].

_____. Some considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and religion, by T.E. a layman. To which is annex'd by the publisher, a discourse of Mr. Boyle about the possibility of the resurrection. London: Printed by T.N. for H. Herringman, 1675. [BL239.B65].

_____. Some generall directions for a comfortable walking with God … London: John Legate, for Edmund Weaver, 1638. [STC 3254] [WILLARD 1808].

[Boyle, Robert]. Occasional Reflections upon several subjects. Whereto is premis'd a discourse about such kind of thoughts. 2nd ed. London: Henry Herringman, 1669. [PN6330.B65 1669].

Boys, William. The narrative of Mr. William Boys, citizen of London: faithfully relating what came to his knowledge concerning the late horride popish plot … London: 1680. [WING B4067][WILLARD 2044].

[Boyse, Joseph]. Vox populi: or, the sense of the sober lay-men of the Church of England concerning the heads proposed. London: Randall Taylor, 1690. [WING B4084] [WILLARD 980].

Brabourn, Theophilus. The humble petition of Theophilus Brabourn unto the honourable Parliament, that, as all magistrates in the kingdome doe in their office, so bishop may be require in the office to own the kings supremacy … Printed for the author, 1661. [WILLARD 73].

Braddon, Laurence. The tryal of Laurence Braddon and Hugh Speke, gent. upon an information of high-misdemeaner, subornation and spreading of false reports. Endeavouring thereby to raise a belief in His Majesties subjects that the late earl of Essex did not murther himself in the Tower, contrary to what was found by the coroners inquest … London: B. Tooke, 1683. [DA448.B7 OS1].

_____. The tryal of Laurence Braddon and Hugh Speke, gent. Upon an information of high-misdemeanor, subordination and spreading of false reports … London: Printed for Benjamin Took, 1684. [WILLARD 170].

Brady, Robert. An historical treatise of cities, and burghs or boroughs…London: S. Lowndes, 1690. [JS3041.B8 OS1].

[Brady, Robert]. The great point of succession discussed … London: 1681. [WING B4191] [WILLARD 2045].

Bramhall, John. Fair warning, or, The burnt child dreads the fire, to the true hearted nobility, the loyal gentry, and commonalty of this poor distracted and divided kingdom of England &c. … [n.p., 1649]. [WING B4221] [WILLARD 808i].

Brand, Adam. A journal of the embassy from … John and Peter Alexievitz, Emperors of Muscovy, &c. over land into China … to Peking … by Everard Isbrand, their ambassador in the years 1693, 1694, and 1695. London: D. Brown, 1698 [DS7.B8].

Brevint, Dan. Missale Romanum, or the depth and mystery of Roman mass. Laid open and explained for the use of both reformed and unreformed Christians. Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1672. [WILLARD 87].

Bridge, William. The saints hiding-place in the time of God's anger. Presented in a sermon … London: Peter Cole, 1647. [WING B4461] [ WILLARD 1004].

Bridges, Walter. Ioabs covnsell and King Davids seasonable hearing it. Delivered in a sermon … London: R. Cotes, 1643. [WING B4483A] [WILLARD 978].

Bridoul, Toussaint. The school of the Eucharist established. London: For Randall Taylor, 1687. [WING B4495] [WILLARD 977].

A brief account of the designs which the Papists have had against the Earl of Shaftesbury, occasioned by his commitment, July 2. 1681. c. 1 & 2. [London]: 1681. [WING B4504] [WILLARD 2046].

A brief history of the rise, growth, reign, supports, and sodain fatal foyl of Popery, during the three years and a half of James the second, king of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland. Together with a description of the six Popish pillars … [n.p.]: 1690. [WILLARD 224].

A brief relation of the persecution and sufferings of the reformed churches of France. Translated out of the French. London: A. Maxwell, 1668. [BX9453.B75].

A brief survey (historical and political) of the life and reign of Henry III. King of England. Dedicated to his most sacred majesty. London: Printed for James Vade, 1680. [WILLARD 128].

Bristol, George Digby. The Lord Digbies speech in the House of Commons. To the bill of attainder, of the Earle of Strafford, the 21 of April, 1641. Printed in the year 1641. [WILLARD 13].

_____. A speech made by the right honourable John, earl of Bristol in the high court of Parliament May 20, 1642. London: Printed for Richard Marriot, 1642. [WING B4794][WILLARD 976].

_____. The speeches of the Lord Digby in the high court of Parliament, concerning grievances, and the trienniall Parliament. London: Thomas Welby, 1641. [WING B4774]. [WILLARD 990].

_____. The third speech of the Lord George Digby, to the House of Commons, concerning bishops and the citie petition, the 9th of Febr: 1640. [London]: Printed for T. Walkey, 1640. [JN534 1640 D6] .

[Brokesby, Francis]. A perswasive to reformation and union as the best security against the designs of our Popish enemies. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1680. [WILLARD 132].

Brooke, Robert, lord. A discourse opening the nature of that Episcopacie which is exercised in England … London: Printed by R.C. for Samuel Cartwright, 1641. [WILLARD 27].

Browne, Edward. A brief account of some travels in divers parts of Europe, viz. Hungaria, Servia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Thessaly, Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, and Friuli. Through a great part of Germany and the low-Countries. 2nd ed. London: Printed for Benj. Tooke, 1685. [D915.B87 1685 OS1].

Browne, Sir Richard, major-general. The lord Digbies designe to betray Abingdom … together with the cipher which the Lord Digby sent him for that purpose. London: For Laurence Blaiklock, 1644. [WING B5145] [WILLARD 971].

Browne, Sir Thomas. The works of the learned Sr. Thomas Brown, KT., Doctor of Physick, late of Norwich. Containing I. Enquiry into vulgar and common errors. II. Religio medici with annotations and observations upon it. III. Hydriotaphia; or, Vrn-burial: Together with the Garden of Cyrus. IV. Certain miscellany tracts. With alphabetical tables. London: Printed for Tho: Basset, Ric. Chiswell, Tho. Sawbridge, Charles Mearn and Charles Brome, 1686. [PR3327.A1 1686 OS1].

Browne, Thomas. Concio ad clerum. Habita coram Academia Catabrigiensi Junii 11 A. 1687. Catabigia: 1688. [WING B5184] [WILLARD 972].

_____. An answer to Dr Sherlock's Case of allegiance to foreign powers, in defence of the case of allegiance. London: 1691. [WING B5182] [WILLARD 973].

Brown, Thomas. Heraclitus ridden redivivus: or a dialogue between Harry and Roger concerning the times. Oxford: 1688. [WING B5060] [WILLARD 975].

_____. The reasons of Mr Bays changing his religion. Considered in a dialogue … London: Printed for S.T., [1688]. [WING B5069] [WILLARD 974].

[Browne, Thomas]. The case of allegiance to a king in possession. [n.p.]: 1690. [WILLARD 223].

Brutus, Junius. An Appeal from the Country to the City for the preservation of His Majesties Person, Liberty, Property, and the Protestant religion. [No. 1 in bound collection]. London: [n.d.]. [DA448.P6].

Buchanan, George. De jure regni apud Scotos. Or, A dialogue concerning the due privilege of government in the kingdom of Scotland. London: For Richard Baldwin, 1689. [WING B5276] [WILLARD 970].

Buckingham, George Viller, 2nd Duke of. The Duke of Buckingham's speech in a late conference. London: Printed for M.I., 1668. [WING B5331] [WILLARD 989].

_____. A short discourse upon the reasonableness of men's having a religion, or worship of God. London: Printed by John Leake, 1685. [WING B5329] [WILLARD 969].

Buckingham, John Sheffield Duke of. An essay on poetry: by the Honourable the Earl of Mulgrave. 2nd ed. London: Jo. Hindmarsh, 1691. [PR3328.B5 A63 1691 OS1].

Burgess, Anthony. Publick affections, pressed in a sermon … Febr 25 1645. London: Printed by J. Y. , 1646. [WING B5653] [WILLARD 966].

_____. The true doctrine of justification asserted and vindicated, from the errours of Papist … 2nd ed. London: 1651. [WING B5663] [WILLARD 849].

Burgess, Cornelius. Another sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons … November the fifth, 1641. [WING B5668] [WILLARD 968].

_____. An humble examination of a printed abstract of the answers to nine reason of the House of Commons, against the votes of bishops in Parliament … London: Printed for P. Stephens and C. Meredith, 1641. [WILLARD 15].

_____. Romes cruelty & apostacie: declared in a sermon preached on the fifth of November, 1644. London: Printed by George Miller, 1645. [WING B5655] [WILLARD 967].

Burnet, Gilbert, bp. An apology for the Church of England, with relation to the spirit of persecution for which she is accused. [n.p.]; [1688]. [WING B5762] [WILLARD 965].

_____. A collection of eighteen papers, relating to affairs of church & state during the reign of King James the Second. London: For John Starkey, 1689. [WING B5768] [WILLARD 963].

_____. Enquiry into the measures of submission to the supream authority … [London: 1688]. [WING B5808] [WILLARD 962].

_____. An enquiry into the present state of affiairs: and in particular, whether we owe allegiance to the king … London: For John Starkey, 1689. [WING B5811] [WILLARD 960].

_____. An enquiry into the reasons for abrogating the test … [London: 1688]. [WING B5813] [WILLARD 959].

_____. An exhortation to peace and union. A sermon preached at St. Lawrence Jury, at the election of the Lord-Mayor of London … 19 Sept. 1681. London: Richard Chiswell, 1681. [WING B5787] [WILLARD 961].

_____. An exhortation to peace and union, in a sermon preached at St. Lawrence-Jury on … 26th of Novem. 1689. [London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1689. [WING B5788] [WILLARD 957].

_____. The ill effects of animosities among Protestants in England detected. [London]: 1688. [WING B5802] [WILLARD 956].

_____. A letter containing some reflections on his majesties declaration for liberty of conscience. [n.p.: 1687]. [WING B5815] [WILLARD 955].

_____. A letter … to Mr Simon Lowth … occasioned by his late book of the subject of church-power. London: Richard Baldwin, 1685. [WING B5818] [WILLARD 954].

_____. A letter … to the Lord Bishop of Cov. And Litchfield, concerning … A specimen of some errors and defects … London: Ric. Chiswell, 1693. [WING B5824] [WILLARD 953].

_____. A letter written upon the discovery of the late plot. London: H. Brome, 1678. [WING B5825] [WILLARD 952].

_____. A pastoral letter … to the clergy of his diocese concerning the oaths of allegiance … to K. William and Q. Mary. London: For J. Starkey, 1689. [WING B5842] [WILLARD 958].

_____. Reflections of the relation of the English reformation lately printed at Oxford. (Part 1-2 in 1). Amsterdam: Printed for J.S., 1688. [WING B5854] [WILLARD 949].

_____. Reflections on a paper, intituled His majesty's reasons for withdrawing himself from Rochester. London: For John Starkey, 1689. [WING B5850] [WILLARD 950].

_____. A sermon preached at Bow-church … on March 12, 1689/90. London: Richard Chiswell, 1690. [WING B5891] [WILLARD 994].

_____. A sermon preached at the Chappel of the Rolls, on the fifth of November 1684. London: Printed for the Author, 1684. [WING B5879] [WILLARD 999].

_____. A sermon preached at the coronation of William III and Mary II … London, 1689. [WILLARD 879].

_____. A sermon preached at the funeral of the honourable Robert Boyle … January 7, 1691/2. London: Ric. Chiswell, 1692. [WING B5899] [WILLARD 1002].

_____. A sermon preached at the funeral of the most reverend father in god John … Archbishop of Canterbury…London: Ric Chiswell, 1694. [WING B5902] [WILLARD 1010].

_____. A sermon preached at the funeral of the right honourable Anne, Lady-Dowager Brook … London: For Ric. Chiswell, 1691. [WING B5895] [WILLARD 1011].

_____. A sermon preached before the aldermen of the City of London … Jan. 30 1680/1. London: Richard Chiswell, 1681. [WING B5875] [WILLARD 1000].

_____. A sermon preached before the House of Commons on the 31st of January, 1688. London: For John Starkey, 16898. [WING B5885] [WILLARD 996].

_____. A sermon preached before the House of Peers … on the 5th of November, 1689. London: For Ric. Chiswell, 16889. [WING B5889] [WILLARD 995].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the King … on the second day of December, 1697. Being the day of thanksgiving for the peace. 2nd ed. London: Ri Chiswell, 1698. [WING B5909] [WILLARD 1009].

_____. A sermon preached before the King … on the second of December, 1697. Being the day of thanksgiving for the peace. London: Ri Chiswell, 1698. [WING B5907] [WILLARD 1018].

_____. A sermon preached before the King and Queen … on the 19th day of October, 1690. Being the day of thanksgiving for his majesties preservation … London: Ric. Chiswell, 1690. [WING B5893] [WILLARD 993].

_____. A sermon preached before th Queen … on the 16th day of July 1690. London: Ric. Chiswell, 1690. [WING B5892] [WILLARD 1012].

_____. A sermon preached in the chapel of St. Jame's … London: 1689. [WILLARD 880].

_____. A sermon preached in the chapel of St. James's … the 23rd of December, 1688. London: For Ric. Chiswell, 1689. [WING B5881] [WILLARD 998].

_____. A sermon preached in the chapel of St James's … the 23rd of December, 1688. London: Richard Chiswell, 1689. [WING 5884] [WILLARD 997].

_____. A sermon preached on fast-day, Decemb. 22, 1680. London: J.D., 1681. [WING B5874] [WILLARD 1001].

_____. Six papers containing I. Reasons against repealing the acts of Parliament concerning the test … [n.p.]: 1687. [WING B5912] [WILLARD 1017].

_____. Some passages of the life and death of the Right Honourable John, Earl of Rochester. 5th ed. London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1700. [UNCAT 98-4-1].

[Burnet, Gilbert]. A sermon preached before the king & queen at White-hall, on Christmas-day, 1689, by the right reverend father in God, Gilbert, lord bishop of Sarum. London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1690. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

_____. A vindication of the ordinations of the Church of England. In which it is demonstrated that all the essential or ordination, according to the practice of the primitive and Greek churches, are still retained in our church. In answer to a paper written by one of the Church of Rome to prove the nullity of our orders; and given to a person of quality. 2nd ed. London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1688. [WILLARD 198].

Burnet, Thomas. The theory of the earth: containing an account of the original of the earth, and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo, till the consummation of all things. Vols. 1 & 2. London: Printed by R. Norton, for Walter Kettilby, 1684-90. [BL224.B82 1690 OS1 v. 1 & 2].

_____. The theory of the earth: containing an account of the original of the earth, and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo, till the consummation of all things. London: Printed by R. N. for Walter Kettilby, 1697. [BL224.B82 1697].

Burroughs, Jeremiah. The rare jewel of Christian contentment. London: Printed for Peter Cole, 1648. [WILLARD 57].

_____. A sermon preached before the honorable house of commons … August 26, 1646. London: Printed by Matthew Simmons, 1646. [WING B6118] [WILLARD 1008].

_____. A sermon preached before the right honourable the house of peers … the 26. of Novemb. 1645. London: Printed for R. Dawlman, 1646. [WING B6117] [WILLARD 1013].

_____. Sions joy. A sermon … September 7, 1641. London: Printed by P. P. and M. S. for R. Dawlman, 1641. [WING B6119] [WILLARD 1007].

[Burton, Henry]. The protestation protested … 1641. [WING G6171] [WILLARD 1006].

[Burton, Robert]. The Anatomie of Melancholy / by Democritus Junior [pseud.]. 4th imp. Oxford: [Printed by John Lichfield, for Henry Cripps], 1632. [CREAMER 47].

_____. The Anatomy of Melancholy. What it is, with all the kinds, causes, symptomes, prognostickes, & severall cures of it. London: Peter Parker, 1676. [PR2223.A1 1676 OS1].

_____. [The anatomy of melancholy: what it is … ] Printed leaf, disbound, pp. 371-372. [Oxford: Printed for Henry Cripps for John Lichfield, 1632]. [UNCAT 98-6-2 MAP CASE I].

Burton, William. Commentary of Antoninus his itinerary, or Journies of the Roman Empires, so far as it concerneth Britain … by William Burton, Bachelor of Lawes … London: Printed by Tho. Roycroft, 1658. [CREAMER 48].

[Bury, John]. The case of Exeter-college in the University of Oxford related a vindicated. London: Randal Taylor, 1691. [WING N6190] [WILLARD 979].

_____. A true narrative of the late design of the Papists to charge their horrid plot upon the Protestants …London: 1679. [WING B6215] [WILLARD 2047].

Butler, John, canon. Christian liberty asserted in opposition to the Roman yoke. London: Printed by M.C., 1678. [WING B6277] [WILLARD 1003].

[Butler, Samuel]. Hudibras, in three parts, written in the time of the late wars / … London: Part I printed and to be sold by Richard Parker; Part II printed for R. Chiswell, T. Sawbridge, R. Bentley, and G. Wells; Part III printed for Thomas Horne, 1689. Parts bound together. [CREAMER 49].

C. A friendly conference concerning the oath of allegiance to K. William and Q. Mary. London: Printed for Samuel Smith, 1689. [WING C1A] [WILLARD 1036].

Cabala, mysteries of state, in letters of the great ministers of K. James and K. Charles. Wherein much of the publique manage of affairs in related. Faithfully collected by a noble hand. London: Printed for M.M.G. Bedell and T. Collins, 1654. [DA370.C25].

Calamy, Benjamin. A discourse about a scrupulous conscience. 2nd. ed. London: Printed for Rowland Reynolds, 1683. [WING C212] [WILLARD 1035].

_____. Some considerations about the case of scandal, or giving offence to weak brethren. London: Printed by H. Hill, jr., 1683. [WING C224] [WILLARD 1034].

Calamy, Edmund, elder. Englands antidote against the plague of civil warre presented in a sermon … October 22, 1644. London: Printed by I. L., 1645. [WING C233] [WILLARD 1033].

_____. Gods free mercy to England. London: Printed for Christopher Meredith, 1642. [WING C253] [WILLARD 1032]

[Calvin, John]. The Psalms of David and others. With Mr. John Caluins commentaries. [London: T. East and H. Middleton]: 1571. [BS1429.C3 1571].

[Cambridge University]. Musae Catabrigienses, Serenissimis Principibus Wilhelmo et Mariae, Angliae Franciae & Hiberniae regni ac reginae … Cantabrigi: Joann. Hayes, 1689. [WING C344] [WILLARD 881].

Camden, William. Annales rervm Anglicarvm et Hibernicarvm regnante Elizabeth. London: Guilielmi Stansbij, printed by Simonis Watersoni, 1615. [DA350.C16 1615a].

_____. Britain, or a Chorographicall description of the most flourishing kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the ilands adioyning, out of the depth of antiqvitie … Londini: Impensis Georgii Bishop & Ioannis Norton, 1610. [CREAMER 66].

_____. Britannia, newly translated into English with large additions and improvements. Published by Edmund Gibson. London: Printed by F. Collins for A. Swalle and A. & J. Churchil, 1695. [DA610.C17 1695 OS2]

Captain Thorogood: his opinion of the point of succession, to a brother of the blade in Scotland. [Letter dates 1679]. [WILLARD 109].

Care, Henry. An answer to a paper importing a petition of the archibishop of Canterbury, and six other bishops, to his majesty, touching their not distributing and publishing the late declaration for liberty of conscience … London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1688. [WING C506] [WILLARD 201].

[Care, Henry]. Animadversions on a late paper, entituled A letter to a dissenter. London: Printed for John Harris, 1687. [WING C505] [WILLARD 1029].

_____. A modest enquiry whether St Peter were ever at Rome, and bishop of that church? London: Printed for Randall Taylor, 1687. [WING C529] [WILLARD 1028].

_____. A vindication of the proceedings of his majesties ecclesiastical commissioner, against the Bishop of London. London: Tho. Milburn, 1688. [WING C356] [WILLARD 1027].

Carrington, S. The history of the life and death of his most Serene Highness, Oliver, late Lord Protector… London: N. Brook, 1659. [DA426.C37].

Carus, Titus Lucretius. An essay on the first book of T. Lucretius Carus de rerum natura. Interpreted and made English verse by J. Evelyn. London: Gabriel Bedle and Thomas Collins, 1656. [PA6482.A61 1656].

_____. His six books of Epicurean Philosophy, done into English verse with notes. 3rd ed. London: Anthony Stephens, 1683. [PA6483.E5C7 1683].

Caryl, Joseph. Heaven and earth embracing; or, God and man approaching … London: Printed by G. M., 1646. [WING C779] [WILLARD 1191].

Caryll, Joseph. The nature, solemnity, grounds, property, and benefits of a sacred covenant … London: Printed by E.G., 1643. [WING C782] [WILLARD 1192].

_____. The workes of Ephesus explained in a sermon … April 27th. 1642. London: Printed for John Bartlet, 1642. [WING C790] [WILLARD 1193].

Case, Thomas. The root of apostacy, and fountain of true fortitutde, delivered in a sermon … London: Printed by J.R., 1644. [WING C839] [WILLARD 1194].

The case of the commission of array stated … [n.p.]: Oct. 20, 1642. [WING C1043] [ WILLARD 8083].

The case of Tho. Dangerfield: with some remarkable passages that happened at the trials of … London: 1680. [WING C1181] [WILLARD 2048].

Castiglione, Baldassare. [Il libro del cortegiano]. The courtier of Baldessar Castilio … / done into English by Thomas Hoby. London: H. Denham, 1577. [BJ1604.C43 1557 PLUME].

Cave, William. Apostolici; or, the history of the lives, acts, death, and martyrdoms of those who were contemporary with, or immediately succeeded the apostles. As also the most eminent of the primitive fathers for the first three hundred years. To which is added, a chronology of the three first ages of the church. London: Printed by A.C. for R. Chriswell, 1677. [BS2440.C3 1677 OS1].

_____. Discourse concerning the unity of the Catholic Church. London: 1684. [WILLARD 870].

[Cave, William]. A serious exhortation with some important advices relating to the late cases about conformity recommended to the present dissenters from the Church of England. London: Printed by T. Moore & J. Ashburne, 1683. [WING C1603] [WILLARD 1195].

[Cellier, Elizabeth]. Malice defeated: or, A brief relation of the accusations and deliverance of Elizabeth Cellier, wherin her proceedings both before and during her confinement, are particularly related, and the mysteryof the meal-tub fully discovered … London: Printed for Elizabeth Cellier, 1680. c. 1 & 2. [WILLARD 116].

Certain proposals humbly offered, for the preservation & continuance of the truly reformed protestant religion, in these three kingsomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland. By a professor of the said truly reformed protestant-religion … printed in the year 1674. [WILLARD 88].

Certaine considerations wherein the prelates doe acknowledge that they stand by the meer mercy of the King of Parlt … London: [1642]. [WING C1698] [WILLARD 822]

Chambers, Humphrey. Pauls sad farewell to his Ephesians, opened in a sermon at the funeral of Mr. John Graile...London: 1655. [WILLARD 851].

The character of a rebellion, and what England may expect from one. Or, the designs of dissenters examined by reason, experience, and the laws and statutes of the realm. London: Benj. Tooke, 1681. [WILLARD 156].

A character of the true blue Protestant poet: or, the pretended author of the character of a Popish successor. [London: Printed for A. Banks, 1682]. [WILLARD 174].

Charles I. His Majesties answer by way of declaration to a printed paper, entitled, a declaration of both Houses of Parliament, in answer to his Majesties last message concerning the Militia. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2090] [WILLARD 1490].

_____. His Majesties answer to a printed book … in answer to a declaration under his Majesties name, concerning the business of Hull. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2103] [WILLARD 1489].

_____. His Majesties answer to the petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: presented to His Majestie at York, June 17, 1642. London: Printed by Robert Baker, 1642. [WING C2137] [WILLARD 1488].

_____. His majesties answer to the petition which accompanied the declaration of the House of Commons: presented to him at Hampton-Court the first of December, 1641. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1641. [WING C2138] [WILLARD 1487].

_____. His Majesties answer to the six propositions of both Houses of Parliament. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2122] [WILLARD 1491].

_____. His Majesties declaration concerning Leavis. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2190] [WILLARD 1462].

_____. His Majesties declaration to both Houses of Parliament … in answer to that presented to him at New-Market the 9th of March 1641. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1641. [WING C2268] [WILLARD 1481].

_____. His Majesties finall answer concerning episcopacie, delivered in to the Commissioners of Parliament the first of Novem. 1648. London: Printed for R.B., 1648 and reprinted 1660. [WILLARD 54].

_____. His Majesties gracious message to both House of Parliament, sent from Nottingham the 25 of August, 1642. Together with the answer of the Lords and Commons to the said message; and His Majesties reply to the same. Sept. 2. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2333] [ WILLARD 1480].

_____. His Majesties instructions to his Commissioner of Array, for the severall counties of England and the Principality of Wales. York: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2349] [ WILLARD 1479].

_____. His Majesties letter and declaration to the Sheriffes and City of London, January 17, 1642. Printed, by His Majesties Command, at Oxford, January 18, by Leonard Lichfield, printer to the University, 1642. [WING C2385] [ WILLARD 1478].

_____. His Majesties letter directed to the Lords and Commons of Parliament assembled at Westminster: concerning a treaty for peace. With the answer of both Houses thereunto; sent to His Majesty to Oxford, March 9, 1643. London: Mar 13, 1643. [WING C2387] [WILLARD 1494].

_____. His Majesties Manifest touching the Palatine cause; and the votes of both Houses of Parliament concerning the same. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1641. [WING C2425] [WILLARD 1476].

_____. His Majesties message sent to the Parliament, April 8, 1642. Concerning his resolution to go into Ireland for suppressing the Rebells there. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2447] [WILLARD 1477].

_____. His Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament, April 28, 1642, concerning his refusal to pass the bill for the Militia. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2453] [WILLARD 1493].

_____. His Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament, February 14, 1641. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1641. [WING C2451] [WILLARD 1473].

_____. His Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament, January 20. And the petition of the House of Commons, January 26. With His Majesties Answer, January 28. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1641. [WING C2450] [WILLARD 1475]

_____. His Majesties message to both Houses of Parliament, on the eleventh of July, 1642. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING C2456] [WILLARD 1492].

_____. His majesties proclamation in Scotland: with an explanation of the meaning of the oath and the covenant. By the Lord Marquesse, his majesties high commissioner. Set forth by the King's special license. London: Robert Young, his majesties printer for Scotland, 1639. [STC 2001] [WILLARD 6].

_____. Reliquae Sacrae Carolinae, or, The works of that Great Monarch and glorious martyr, King Charles the I. The Hague: Samuell Browne, 1651. [CREAMER 398].

Charles II. The answers commanded by His Majesty to be given by the Right Honourable The Earl of Nottingham … the 19th of May, 1681. London: 1681. [WING C2890] [WILLARD 2050].

_____. His Majesties declaration for the dissolution of His late Privy-Council, and for the constituting of a new one, … London: 1679. [WING C2967] [WILLARD 2051].

_____. His majesties declaration to all his loving subjects … concerning ecclesiastical affairs. London: 1660. [WING C2997] [WILLARD 2053].

_____. His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects concerning the treasonable conspiracy against his sacred person and government, lately discovered. London: 1683. [WING C2998] [WILLARD 1495].

_____. His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, June the Second, 1680. London: 1680. [WING C2994] [WILLARD 2052].

_____. His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, touching the causes & reasons that moved him to dissolve the two last Parliaments … London: 1681. [WING C3000] [WILLARD 2054].

_____. His Majesties gracious speech. Together with the Lord Chancellors, to both Houses of Parliament, On Thursday the 23d of May, 1678. London: 1678. [WING C3085] [WILLARD 2059].

_____. His Majesties gracious speech, together with the Lord Chancellors, to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the 15th of February, 1676/7. London: 1676/7. [WING C3084] [WILLARD 2058].

_____. His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the 21st of October, 1680. … London: 1680. [WING C3066] [WILLARD 2055].

_____. His Majesties gracious speech together with the Lord Keepers, to both Houses of Parliament, April 13, 1675. London: 1675. [WING C3078] [WILLARD 2057].

_____. His majesties gracious speech, together with the Lord Keepers, to both Houses of Parliament, January 7, 1673/4. London: 1673/4. [WING C3075] [WILLARD 2056].

_____. His Majesties message to the commons in Parliament, Tuesday the 9th day of November, 1680 … London: 1680. [WING C3129] [WILLARD 2060].

_____. His Majesties most gracious speech, together with the Lord Chancellors, to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the 6th of March 1678/9. London: 1678/9. [WING C3184A] [WILLARD 2063].

_____. His majesties most gracious speech to both houses of Parliament, with the Lord Keepers, on Thursday October 10, 1667 … [London]: The assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1667. [WILLARD 80].

_____. His Majesties most gracious speech, together with the Lord Chancellors, to both Houses of Parliament, of Monday the 21th of October, 1678. London: 1678. [WING C3182] [WILLARD 2062].

_____. His Majesties most gracious speech together with the Lord Chancellors, to both Houses of Parliament, on Wednesday the 30th of April, 1679. [WING C3186] [WILLARD 2064].

_____. His Majesties most gracious speech, together with the Lord Chancellors, to the two houses of Parliament; on Thursday the 13 of September, 1660. London: 1660. [WING C3169] [WILLARD 2061].

[Charles II]. Articles of peace and alliance between the most serene and mighty Prince Charles II … and the high and mighty Lords the states general of the United Netherlands concluded the 21/31 day of July, 1667 … 1667. [WING C2897] [WILLARD 856].

_____. Articles touching navigation and commerce, between the most serence and mighty Prince Charles II … and the high and mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands. Concluded the 21/31 day of July, 1667. London: 1667. [WILLARD 857].

_____. His majesties message to the Commons in Parliament, relating to Tangier. And the humble address of the Commons to his makjesty, in answer to that message. Presented upon Monday 29. Nov. 1680. London: Printed for John Wrights, 1680. [WILLARD 111].

_____. His majesties most gracious speech to both houses of Parliament, on Wednesday the 15th of December, 1680. Published by his majesties command. London: Printed by the assignes of John Bill (and others), 1680. [WILLARD 112].

Charnock, Robert. The tryals and condemnation of [him] … Edward King, and Thomas Keyes, for the horrible and excrable consipiracy to assassinate his sacred majesty, K. William, in order to a French invasion of this kingdom. Who upon full evidence was found guilty of high-treason … London: Printed for Samuel Heyrick, 1696. [WILLARD 210].

Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Workes. 1532. With supplementary material from the edition of 1542, 1561, 1598, and 1602. Facsimile. Menston, Yorkshire: The Scolar Press Limited, 1969. [PR1850 1969 OS1].

_____. The workes of ovr ancient and learned English poet, Geffrey Chavcer. London: Adam Islip, 1602. [PR1850 1602 OS1].

_____. The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer and others being a reproduction in facsimile of the first collected edition 1532 from the copy in the British Museum. With an introduction by Walter W. Skeat. London: Alexander Moring, De La More Press; London Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, [1850]. [PR1850 1532 OS1].

Chetwind, Charles, comp. A narrative of the depositions of Robert Jenison esq; with other material evidences plainly proving that Mr. William Ireland, lately executed for high treason, was in London the nineteenth of August, 1678 … c. 1 & 2. London: Printed for Henry Hills (and others) 1679. [WILLARD 106].

Cheynell, Francis. The man of honour described in a sermon, preached before the Lord of Parliament … London: Printed by J. R. for Samuel Gellibrand, 1645. c. 1,2. [WILLARD 30].

_____. A plot for the good of posterity. Communicate in a sermon to the honorable House of Commons, March 25, 1646. London: 1646. [WING C3814] [ WILLARD 1497].

_____. Sions memento and God's alarum, in a sermon at Westminster, before the honorable House of Commons, on the 31 of May, 1643. c.1,2. [WING C3816] [WILLARD 31].

Chillingworth, William. Mr. Chillingworth's judgment of the religion of Protestants, etc. [London: 1692]. [WING C3887v] [WILLARD 1499].

Choice remarks, on the most observable actions performed by Lewis the XIV. Present king in France. London: Printed for Richard Janeway, 1681. [WILLARD 161].

[Church of England]. The Book of Common Prayer and administration of the sacraments: and other rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. London: Printed by Robert Barker and by the assignes of John Bill, 1639. Bound with Psalter or Psalms of David … London: Robert Barker, 1634; Form and manner of consecrating bishops, priests, and deacons … London: Robert Barker, 1634; and Whole book of Psalms / collected into English meeter by Thomas Sternhold, Iohn Hopkins, and others. London: Printed by E.G. for the Company of Stationers, 1640. [CREAMER 927].

[Church of England]. Book of Common Prayer. The grand debate between the most reverend bishops and the presbyterian divines, appointed by his sacred majesty, as commissioners for the review and alteration of the Book of common prayer, &c., being an exact account of their whole proceedings … London: Printed 1661. [WILLARD 76].

[Church of England]. The Book of Common Prayer and administration of the sacraments … Oxford: M. Pitt, 1683. [BX.5145.A4 1683 OS1].

[Church of England]. The Book of common prayer and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of ye Church of England. With ye Psalter, or Psalms of David. Oxford: Printed for M. Pitt, [1683]. [BX5145.A4 1683].

[Church of England]. Book of Common Prayer. The book of common prayer and administration of the Sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church, according to use of the Church of England; together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches. Cambridge: John Hayes, printer to the university, 1696. [BX5145.A4 1696].

[Church of England]. Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical, treated upon by the Bishop of London, president of the convocation for the Province of Canterbury, and the rest of the bishops … London: Printed by the assigns of John Bill …, 1683. [WILLARD 177].

[Church of England]. A form of prayer, and solemn thanksgiving to Almighty god for His Majesties Late Victories over the rebels. London: Printed by the assignes of J. Bill, deceas'd and by Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, 1685. [WILLARD 1418].

[Church of England]. A form of prayer with thanksgiving for the safe delivery of the Queen and happy birth of the young Prince to be used on Sunday next being the seventeenth day of this instant June … By His Majesty's special command. London: printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hill and Thomas Newcomb. [BX5147.Z9 1688].

[Church of England]. A form of prayer with thanksgiving to be used on Sunday, September the 9th; being the day of Thanksgiving, appointed by the Kings Declaration. London: Printed by the assigns of John Bill, deceased, and by Henry Hills and Thomas Newcomb, 1683. [WING C4172] [WILLARD 1419].

[Church of England]. A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, for having made His Highness the Prince of Orange the glorious instrument of the great deliverance of this Kingdom from Popery and arbitrary power. In the Savoy: Printed by Edw. Jones, 1688. [WING C4125] [WILLARD 1501].

[Church of England]. To the Kings most excellent majesty. The due account and humble petition of the ministers of the gospel lately commissioned for the review and alteration of the liturgy. London: 1661. [WILLARD 72].

[Church of Scotland]. The doctrine and discipline of the Kirke of Scotland. Printed by Rob. Young, his Majesties printer for Scotland, 1641. [WING C4224] [WILLARD 1500].

_____. To the King's most excellent maiesty. The humble petition of the Commissioners of the generall assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, met at Edenborough January 4, 1642 … with his majesties gratious answer thereunto, March 16, 1642. Printed by his majesties command at Oxford, March 20. By Leonard Lichfield, 1642. [WILLARD 24].

Churchill, Sir Winston. Divi Britannici: being a remark upon the lives of all the kings of this isle, from the year of the world 2855 unto the year of grace 1660. London: Printed by T. Roycroft, 1675. [DA130.C56 OS1].

The cities just vindication: or, a scourge for a vagabond libel, intituled, "Goodman Country to his Worship the City." [London: 1682]. [WING C4329] [WILLARD 2066].

Claggett, Nicholas. A perswasive to an ingenuous tryal of opinions in religion. London: Printed for Tho. Basset, 1685. [WING C4370] [WILLARD 1502].

Claggett, William. The difference of the case between the separation of Protestants from the Church of Rome, and the separation of the dissenters from the Church of England. London: 1683. [WING C4377] [WILLARD 1505].

_____. A discourse concerning the pretended Sacrament of Extreme Unction … In three parts. With a letter to the vindicator of the Bishop of Condom. London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1687. [WING C4383] [WILLARD 1503].

_____. A discourse concerning the worship of the Blessed Virgin and the Saints; with an account of the beginnings and rise of it amongst Christians. London: Printed for Tho. Bassett, 1686. [WING C4384] [WILLARD 1504].

_____. A paraphrase with notes and a preface upon the sixth chapter of St. John, shewing that there is neither good reason nor sufficient authority to suppose that the the Eucharist is discoursed of it in that chapter, much less to infer the doctrine of Transubtantiation from it. London: 1686. [WING C4388] [WILLARD 1484].

[Clagett, William]. An answer to the dissenters objections agains the common prayers & some other parts of divine-service prescribed in the liturgie of the Church of England. London: 1684. [WILLARD 871].

_____. The present state of the controversie between the Church of England and the Church of Rome; or, an account of the books written on both sides. … London: Printed for Rho. Basset, James Adamson, and Tho. Newborough, 1687. [WING C4390] [WILLARD 1565].

_____. The queries offered by T.W. to the Protestants concerning the English Reformation reprinted and answered. … London: Printed by H. Clark, for James Adamson, 1688. [WING C4391] [WILLARD 1566].

_____. The state of the Church of Rome when the Reformation began, as it appears by the advices given to Paul III. and Julius III. by creatures of their own. … London: Printed for William Rogers and Samuel Smith, 1688. [WING C4400] [WILLARD 1567].

_____. A view of the whole controversy between the representer and the answerer, with an answer to the representer's last reply: in which are laid open some of the methods by which Protestants are misrepresented by Papists. London: Printed for William Rogers, 1687. [WING C4402] [WILLARD 1568].

Clarendon, Edward Hyde. A brief view and survey of the dangerous and pernicious errors to church and state in Mr. Hobbe's book, entitled Leviathan. 2nd impression. Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1675. [JC153.H66C6 1676a].

_____. The life of Edward earl of Clarendon in which is included, a continuation of his History of the grand rebellion … Now for the first time carefully printed from the original ms. Preserved in the Bodleian library. Oxford, The University Press, 1857. [DA407.C5C5].

_____. Mr. Edward Hydes speech at a conference betweene both Houses, on Tuesday the 6th of July, 1641. At the transmission of the severall impeachments against the Lord Chiefe Baron Davenport, Mr. Baron Trevor, and Mr. Baron Weston. London: Printed for Abel Roper, 1641. [WING C4426] [WILLARD 1569].

Clarendon Historical Society's Reprints. Series II (1884-86). Contents: "A dialogue between a Whig and a Jacobite upon the subject of the late rebellion and the execution of the rebel lords, etc. (1715-16);" "The execution of Mary, Queen of Scots (1586);" "Twenty lookes over all the Roundheads (1643);" " Memoirs of George Leyburn (1722);" "The character of a modern Whig (1681);" "A letter from General Monck and his Army to the Parliament (1659)." Edinburgh: Privately Printed for the Society, 1884-86. Bound volume indicating ‘Historical Pamphlets' on spine. [CREIGHTON (Pamphlets)].

Clarke, Francis. Praxis Francisci Clarke, Tam jus dicentibus quam aliis omnibus qui in Foro Ecclesiastico versantur apprime utilis. Per Thomas Bladen. Londoni: Excubat T.B., impensis Hannah Sawbridge, 1684. [BV764.G7 C57 1684].

[Clarkson, David]. The case of Protestants in England under a popish prince, if any shall happen to wear the imperial crown. London: Printed for Richard Janeway, 1681. [WING C4569] [WILLARD 1570].

[Claude, Jean]. An account of the persecutions and oppressions of the protestants in France. Printed in the year 1686. [WILLARD 183].

[Le Clerc, Jean]. An historical vindication fo the naked gospel, recommended to the University of Oxford. [London]: 1690. [WING L816] [WILLARD 1634].

Cleveland, John. Clievelandi Vindiciae;, or Cleveland's genuine poems, orations, and epistles, &c. … London: Printed for Nath. Brooke, 1670. [PR3348 .C7 1677].

_____. The idol of the clovvnes, or Insurrection of Wat the Tyler, with his fellow kings of the commons, against the English church, the king, the lawes, nobility and gentry, in the fourth yeare of Kind Richard the 2nd., anno 1381. London, 1654. [DA235.C63].

_____. Poems. London: John William, 1661. [PR3348.C7 1661].

_____. Poems. London: J.R. for John Williams, 1669. Signed by Mary Astell, 1679. [PR3348.C7 1669].

[The] cloak in its colours; or, The Presbyterian unmasked, and proved as dangerous as Papists to the Church of England … London: Printed 1679. [WILLARD 94].

[Cockburn, John]. An historical relation of the late general assembly, held at Edinburgh, from Octob. 16. to Nov. 13. in the year 1690. in a letter from a person in Edinburgh, to his friend in London. … London: Printed for J. Hindmarsh, 1691. [WING C4809] [WILLARD 1571].

[Coke, Sir Edward]. Argumentum anti-Normannicum: or an argument proving, form 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. … London: Printed by John Darby, 1682. [WING C4907] [WILLARD 1572].

Coleman, Edward. Mr. Coleman's two letters to Monsieur l'Chaise, the French king's confessor: with Monsieur l'Chaise's answer … Printed in the year, 1678. [WILLARD 91].

Coleman, Thomas. Hopes deferred and dashed, observed in a sermon to the honovrable House of Commons, in Margarets Westminster. July 30. 1645 … London, Printed for Christopher Meredith, 1645. [WILLARD 38].

A collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England … Printed in the year, 1688. [WILLARD 191].

A collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England and Scotland … London: Printed and to be sold by Richard Faneway, 1689. [WILLARD 220].

A collection of several pictures by the best hands, which were laely to be view'd adjoining to the Court of Requests; and when the twon fills, will be exhibited there again to publick view. London: Printed for A. Moore, and sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. [WILLARD 1207].

A collection of state papers John Thurloe … containing authentic memorials to the English affairs from 1638 to the restoration of King Charles II. 7 vols. London: Printed for the executor of F. Gyles, 1742. [DA400.T537 OS1 v. 1-7].

A collection of state tracts, publish'd on occasion of the late reovlutin in 1688. And during the reign of King William III. To which is prefix'd the history of the Dutch War in 1672. 3 vols. London: 1705. [DA430.C8 OS1 v. 1-3]

College, Stephen. The arraignment, trial and condemnation of Stephen Colledge for high-treason , in conspiring the death of the King, the levying of war, and the subversion of the government. Before the Right Honourable Sr. Francis north, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Commonpleas, and other commissioners of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery held at the city of Oxford for the county of Oxon, the 17th and 18th of … [Popish Plot]. London: T. Bassett, 1681 [DA448.C6 OS1].

_____. The speech and carriage of Stephen Colledge Oxford, … on Wednesday August 31. 1681. London: 1681. [WING C5229] [WILLARD 2067].

_____. A true copy of the dying words of Mr. Stephen Colledge, left in writing under his own hand, and confirmed by him at the time of execution, August 31. 1681. at Oxford. London: 1681. [WING C5231] [WILLARD 2068].

Collier, Jeremy. Essays upon several moral subjects, in two parts. London: Richard Sare and H. Hindmarsh, 1700. [BJ1561.C5 1700].

[Collier, Jeremy]. The desertion discuss'd in a letter to a country gentleman. London: 1689. [WING C5249] [WILLARD 1573].

Comber, Thomas. A discourse upon the form and manner of making, ordaining, and consecrating bishops, priests, and deacons, according to the order of the church of England. London: Printed by S. Roycroft, for R. Clavell, 1699. [BX5149.O7C64].

_____. Religion and loyalty supporting each other. Or, a rational account how the loyal adressors maintaining the lineal descent of the Crown, is ver consistent … By a true son of the Church of England. London: Printed for Robert Clavel, 1681. [WILLARD 140].

_____. Roman forgeries in the councils during the first four centuries. Together with an appendix concerning the forgeries and errors in the annals or Baronius. … London: Printed by Samuel Roycroft, for Robert Clavell, 1689. [WING C5490] [WILLARD 1576].

[Comber, Thomas]. A discourse concerning the second council of Nice, which first introduced and established image-worship in the Christian church, Anno Dom. 787. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1688. [WING C5461] [WILLARD 1574].

_____. A letter to a bishop concerning the present settlement, and the new oaths. 2nd ed. London: Printed for Robert Clavel, 1689. [WING C5477] [WILLARD 1575].

A compendious history of the most remarkable passages of the last fourteen years: with an account of the plot as it was carried on both before and after the fire of London to this present time. 1st ed.. London: Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford and are sold by S. Neale, 1680. [Attributed to Roger L'Estrange] [DA448 .L7].

A compendious history of the most remarkable passages of the last fourteen years: with an account of the plot as it was carried on both before and after the fire of London to this present time. London: A. Godbid and J. Playford and sold by S. Neale, 1680. [DA448.L37].

A complaint to the House of Commons, and resolution taken up by the Free Protestant subjects of the cities of London and Westminster, and the counties adjacent. Oxford: Leonark Lichfield, 1642. [UNCAT 95-7-129].

Le Comte, Louis Daniel. Memoirs and observations topographical, physical, mathematical, mechanical, natural, civil, and ecclesiastical. Made in a late journey through the empire of China, and published in several letters. Particularly upon the Chinese pottery and varnishing; the silk and other manufactures; the pearl fishing, the history of plants and animals. Description of their cities, and publick works; number of people, their language, manners and commerce; their habits, economy, and government. The philosophy of Confucius. The state of Christianity… By Louis Le Compte, Jesuit … tr. from the Paris ed.. London: B. Tooke, 1697. [DS708.L47].

_____. Memoirs and observations topographical, physical, mathematical, mechanical, natural, civil, and ecclesiastical made in a late journey through the Empire of China and published in several letters … Translated from the Paris ed. and illustrated with figures. London: Printed for Benj. Tooke, and Sam Buckley, 1697. [CREAMER 440].

Cooke, Edward, Colonel. Certain passage which happened at Newport in the Isle of Wight, Nov. 29, 1648.…London: 1690. [WILLARD 883].

Cooke, John, solicitor general. King Charles his case: or, an appeal to all rational men, concerning his tryal at the high court of justice. … London: Printed by Peter Cole for Giles Calvert, 1649. [WING C6025] WILLARD 1579].

Cooper, Thomas. Thesavrvs lingvae romanae & britannicae tam accurate congestus, vt nihil pene in eo desyderari possit, quod vel latine complectatur amplissimus Stephani Thesaurus. Impressum Londini, 1584. [PN2365.E5C64 1584 OS1].

Considerations upon the choice of a speaker of the House of Commons in the approaching session. … [London]: 1689. [WING C5923] [WILLARD 1577].

Corbet, Edward. Gods providence, a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Decemb. 28. anno 1642 … London: Printed by Tho: Badger for Robert Bostock, 1642. [WILLARD 20].

Cotton, John. A practical commentary, or an exposition with observations, reasons, and vses upon the first Epistle generall of John. London: Printed by R.I. and E.C. for Thomas Parkhurst, 1656. [BS2805.C6 1656].

Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce. A short view of the long life and raigne of Henry the Third, King of England. [ London]: [DA227.C8].

The counter-plot; or The close conspiracy of Atheism and Schism opened, and, so, defeated; and the doctrine and duty of Evangelical obedience, of Christian loyalty thereby asserted. By a real member of this most envy'd, as, most admired, because, best reformed. Protestant church of England … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1680. [WILLARD 129].

[Coventry, Sir William]. A letter written to Dr. Burnet, giving an account of Cardinal Pool's secret powers: from which it appears, that it was never inteneded to confirm the alienation that was made of Abbey-lands. … London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1685. [WING C6631] [WILLARD 1580].

Cowley, Abraham. The Guardian. [Rewritten by Cowley and published in 1663 under title: Cutter of Colman Street]. [s.l.: s.m., 16--?]. [PR3372 .G81600zx CREAMER].

_____. The works of Mr. Abraham Cowley: … London: Henry Herringman and sold by Jacob Tonson, 1700. [PR3370.A1 1700a OS1].

Cradock, Zachary. A sermon preached before the king, February 19th 167 /7/8. A Z Cradock, D.D. preacher to the honourable Society of Grays-Inne, and Chaplain in ordinary to his majesty. … 2nd ed. London: Printed for Richard Royston, 1678. [WING C6767] [WILLARD 1581].

[Crockat, Gilbert]. The Scotch Presbyterian eloquence; or, the foolishness of their teaching discovered from their books, sermons, and prayers: and some remarks on Mr. Rule's late vindication of the kirk … 2nd ed. with additions. London: Printed for Randal Taylor, 1693. [WILLARD 230].

[Croft, Herber, bishop]. The naked truth. Or, the true state of the primitive church. … [London]: Printed in the year, 1675. [WING C6970] [WILLARD 89].

Cromwell, Oliver. A declaration of his highness, by the advice of his council, shewing the reasons of their proceedings for securing the peace of the commonwealth, upon occasion of the late insurrection and rebellion. … London: Printed by Henry Hills and John Field, 1655. [WING C7082] [WILLARD 1534].

_____. A declaration of his highness the Lord Protector and the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, … Tuesday the 23th of September, 1656. London: 1656. [WING C7069] [WILLARD 2069].

_____. His highnesse the lord protector's speech to the Parliament in the painted chamber, on Tuesday the 12th of September. 1654. … London: Printed by R.R. and E.M. for G. Sawbridge, 1654. [WING C7170] [WILLARD 1533].

_____. His highnesse the lord protector's speeches to the Parliament in the painted chamber, the one on Munday the 4th of September; the other on Tuesday the 12. of September. 1654. … London: Printed by T.R. and E.M. , 1654. [WING C7175] [WILLARD 1537].

_____. A most learned, conscientious, and devout exercise, or sermon, held forth the last Lords-day of April, in the year 1649. … London: Printed in the year 1680. [WING C7188] [WILLARD 1535].

[Cromwell, Oliver]. His highness speech to the Parliament in the painted chamber, at their dissolution upon Monday the 22d. of January, 1654. … London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1654. [WING C7171] [WILLARD 1536].

_____. His Highness speech to the Parliament in the painted chamber, at their dissolution, upon Monday the 22d. of January, 1654 / Published to prevent mistakes, and false copies. London: Printed by Henry Hills …, 1654. [WING C7171] [JN577.E54 1654x CREAMER].

The crown and the glory; of Christianity, or the young man's guide … London: Printed and sold by J. Pitts, [n.d.]. [WILLARD 808e].

Cros. A letter from Monsieur de Cros, … which may serve for an answer to the impostures of Sir Wm Temple … till such time as a more ample and particular relation be made of the business in hand. Together with some remarks upon his memoirs, to make appear how grosly he is mistaken in the greatest part of the most important matters he relates concerning what passed from the year 1672, until the year 1679. London: 1693. [WILLARD 233].

[Cunninghame, Alexander]. Some questions resolve concerning Episcopal and Presbyterian government in Scotland. … London: Printed for the author, 1690. [WING C7592] [WILLARD 1538].

Curriehill, Sir John Skene. De verborum significatione. London: Printed by M. J. Skene, 1641. [DA803.3 C85 1641].

[Curteys, Richard]. A sermon preached at Greenvviche, before the Queenes Maiestie, by the Reuerende Father in God the Bishop of Chichester, the 14. day of March, 1573. London: Henry Bynneman for Francis Coldocke, 1579. [UNCAT 94-7-80].

D., J. A word without doors concerning the bill for succession. [London: 1679]. [WING D48] [WILLARD 2070].

Daille, Jean. Treatise concerning the right use of the Fathers, in the decision of the controversies that are at this day in religion. Written in French by John Daille, minister of the gospel in the Reformed church at Paris … London: Printed for John Martin, 1651. [BR67.D3 1651].

Dalhusie, John Herman. The salvation of Protestants asserted and defended, in opposition to the rash and uncharitable sentence of their eternal damnation pronounc'd against them by the Romish Church. …London: Printed for James Adamson, 1689. [WING D132] [WILLARD 1539].

Dangerfield, Thomas. The information of Thomas Dangerfield, gent. Delivered at the Bar of the House of Commons, … [No. 9 in bound collection] London: John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, Henry Hills, 1680. [WING D 187] [DA448.P6].

_____. More shams still: or a further discovery of the designs of the Papists, to impose upon the nation the belief of their feigned Protestant or Presbyterian plot. … London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1681. [WING D191] [WILLARD 1540].

Daniel, Samuel. Certain Small Works. 2nd ed. London: Printed for I. W. for Simon Waterson, 1607. [PR2241.A1 1607].

_____. The whole workes of Samvel Daniel Esquire in Poetrie. London: Nicholas Okes for Simon Waterson, 1623. [PR2241.A1 1623].

_____. The works of Samvel Daniel. London: Simon Waterson, 1602. [PR2241.A1 1602].

[Daniel, Samuel]. D.S. The Collection of the History of England. London: Printed for Simon Waterson, 1626. [To 1377 inclusive] [DA130 .D18 1626].

[Daubeney, Henry]. A sober and temperate discourse concerning the interest of words in prayer, the just antiquity and pedigree of liturgies, or forms of prayers in churches … by H.D., M.A. … London: Printed for W.A., 1661. [WILLARD 76].

[Davenant, Charles]. Discourse on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England … By the author of the Essay on ways and means. London: Printed for J. Knapton, 1698. [H33.D25].

Davenant, Sir William, kt. The works of Sr William Davenant, kt. consisting of those which were formerly printed, and those which he design'd for the press: Now published out of the Authors originall copies. London: T.N. for Henry Herringman, 1673. [PR2470 1673 OS1].

A declaration of the King of Denmark to the Emperour, the King and State of Poland, and his Highness the Elector of Brandenburgh in relation to the treaty agreed (and) concluded at the Haghe … the 21 of May, 1659. Shewing the treacherousness of the Hollander in that treaty. London: Printed by E.C. for Henry Eversden, 1659. [WILLARD 67].

The declaration of the kingdoms of England and Scotland, joined in armes for the vindication and defence of their religion, liberties, and lawes, against the popish, prelaticall, and malignant party; … London: Printed for John Wright, Februar. 1. 1643. [WING D691] [WILLARD 1754].

Dee Londinensis, Joannis. Monas Hieroglyphica. [Extract.] Included in Theatrum Chemicum, Praecipuos Selectorum Auctorum Tractatus de Chemiae Et Lapidis Philosophici antiquitate, veritate, jury, praestantia, & operationibus continens... volumen secundum. Argentorati [Strassburg]: Sumptibus Heredum Eberh. Zetzneri, 1659 CALL NUMBER: QD25 T4

Defoe, Daniel. A free discourse wherein the doctrines of tyranny are diplay'd: the title of our rightful and lawfull King William vindicated, and the unreasonableness and mischievous tendency of the odious distinction of a king de facto and de jure, discover'd / By a person of honour. London: John Lawrence and Richard Baldwin, 1697. [PR3404.F74].

_____. The shortest way with the dissenters: or proposals for the establishment of the church. London: 1702. [BX5135.D4 1702 PLUME].

[Delamere, Henry Booth, earl of]. An impartiall enquiry into the causes of the present fears and dangers of the government, beinga discourse between a lord lieutenant, and one of his deputies, summond to hold a lieutenancy, for raising the militia. London: 1692. [WING D877] [WILLARD 1532].

Denham, John. Poems and translations, with the Sophy. London: H. Herringman, 1668. [PR3409.D2 1668].

Dering, Sir Edward. A collection of speeches made by Sir Edward Dering, knight and baronet, in matter of religion. London, 1642. [BX5075.A5D4].

[La Deveze, Abel Rothof de]. The life and death of Monsieur Claude the famous minister of Chareton in France. Done out of French by G.P. [A translation of Abrege de la vie de Mr. Claude by A.R. de La Deveze]. London: Printed for Thomas Dring, 1688. [WILLARD 199].

Dewsberry, William. The faithful testimony of the antient servant of the Lord and minister of the everlasting Gospel, William Dewbery, in his books, epistles and writings, collected and printed for future service. London: Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle [1689]. [BX7733.D45 1689].

A dialogue at Oxford between a tutor and a gentleman, formerly his pupil, concerning government. London: Printed for Rich. Janaway, 1681. [WING D1290] [WILLARD 1755].

A dialogue between a new Catholic convert and a Protestant, shewing the doctrin of transubstantiation to be as reasonable to be believ'd as the great mystery of the trinity by all good Catholicks … London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1686. [WILLARD 184].

A dialogue betwixt a Whig and Tory, alias Williamite and Jacobite. … [London]: 1693. [WING D1361] [WILLARD 1756].

Digby, Sir Kenelm. The royall apologie; or, An answer to the Declaration of the House of Commons, the 11. of February, 1647. In which they expresse the reasons for their resolution for making no more addresses, nor receiving any from His Majesty. Paris, 1648. [DA397.D54].

Digges, Dudley. The compleat ambassador: or, Two treaties of the intended marriage of Qu: Elizabeth of glorious memory; comprised in letters of negotiation of Sir Francis Walsingham, her resident in France. Together with the answers of Lord Burgleigh, the Earl of Leicester, Sir Tho: Smith and others … London: Printed by Thomas Newcomb … , 1655. [DA358 .W3 A33 1655].

_____. The compleat ambassador: or two treaties of the intended marriage of Qu: Elizabeth of glorious memory; comprised in letters of negotiation of Sir Francis Walsingham, her resident in France. Together with the answers of Lord Burleigh, the Earl of Leicester, Sir Tho: Smith, and others … London: Tho: Newcomb, for Gabriel Bedell and Thomas Collins. [DA358 W3 A33 1655x].

[Digges, Dudley]. An answer to a printed book, intituled Observations upon Some of His Majesties Late Answers and Expresses. Printed by his majesties command at Oxford, by Leonard Lichfield, 1642. [WING D1455] [WILLARD 1757].

Diotati, Giovanni. Pious and learned annotations upon the Holy Bible, plainly expounding the most difficult places thereof. 3rd ed. London: Printed by J. Flesher for N. Fussell, 1651. [BS490 D5 1651].

_____. Pious and learned annotations upon the Holy Bible: plainly expounding the difficult places thereof. 2nd ed. London: Printed by Miles Flesher for Nicolas Fussell, 1648. [MILLER 5]

A directory for the publique worship of God, throughout the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. … London: Printed for Evan Tyler, Alexander Fifeild, Ralph Smith, and John Field, 1644. [WING D1544] [WILLARD 1758].

A discourse concerning Auricular Confession, as it is prescribed by the Council of Trent … 1648. [WILLARD 847].

A discourse concerning the nature, power, and proper effects of the present conventions in both kingdoms called by the Prince of Orange. … London: Printed for J.L., 1689. [WING D1588] [WILLARD 1759].

A discourse concerning the nominal and real Trinitarians. … [London]: 1695. [WING D1589] [WILLARD 1760].

A discourse upon the questions … A discourse upon the questions in debate between the king and Parliament. [London]: 1642. [WING D1628] [WILLARD 1761].

[Dodwell, Henry]. The doctrine of the Church of England, concerning the independency of the clergy on the lay-power, as thos rights of theirs which are purely spiritual, reconciled with our oath of supremacy, and the lay-depreviations of the Popish-Bishops in the beginning of the Reformation. By the author of the vindication of the depriv'd bishops. London: Printed 1697. [WILLARD 241].

Dorchester, Henry Pierpoint, marquess. The speeches spoken in the House of Lords, by the Lord Viscount Newarke. … London: 1641. [WING D1921]. [WILLARD 1496].

Dominis, Marco Antonio de, abp. (1566-1624). A manifestation of the motives, whereupon the most Reverend Father, Marcos Antonios De Dominis, Archbishop of Spalato, (in the territorie of Venice) undertooke his departure thence. London: Printed by John Bill, anno 1616. [STC 6998]. [WILLARD 1812].

Donne, John. Poems, by J.D. with elegies on the author's death. London, 1650. [PR2245.A1 1650].

Dove, Henry. A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, November 5. 1680. … London: Printed by M.C. for H. Brome and Benj. Tooke, 1680. [WING D2048] [WILLARD 1498].

_____. A sermon preached before the right honourable Lord Mayor of the city of London, and court of Aldermen. At Bow-Church, on the feast of S. Michael, 1682. … London: Printed for Benj. Tooke, 1682. [WING D2049] [WILLARD 1430].

Dr. Sherlock's two kings of Brainford brought upon the state. In a congratulatory letter to Mr. Johnson. … London: Printed for the author, 1691. [WING D1767] [WILLARD 1762].

[Drake, Sir William]. The Long Parliament revived: or, an act for continuation, and the not dissolving the Long Parliament (call'd by King Charles the First, in the year 1640). By an act of Parliament … London: Printed for the author, 1661. [WING D2137] [WILLARD 1496].

[Dring, Thomas]. A catalogue of the lords, knights, and gentlemen that have compounded for their estates. London: Thomas Dring, 1655. [DA400 D7].

Dryden, John. Absalom and Achitophel. A Poem. 3rd ed. London: Printed for J.T. and sold by W. Davis, 1682. [PR3416.A21682].

_____. Albion and Albanius. A collections of early editions. London: 1691. [Dramatic Works v. 1]. An opera. [PR3412.A22 v.1]

_____. All for love: or, The world well lost. A tragedy, as it is acted by his majesties servants; and written in imitation of Shakespeare's stile. By Mr. Dryden. London: Printed by Thomas Warren, for Henry Herringman, and sold by R. Bentley, J. Tonson, F. Saunders, and T. Bennet, 1696. [PR3415.A4 1696].

_____. Amboyna: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal. London: Printed by T.N. for Henry Herringman, 1673. 1st ed. Bound with the author's The Rival Ladies. London: 1675. [PR3415.A5 1673].

_____. Amboyna: a tragedy. London: Printed by Henry Herringman, and sold by Richard Bentley, 1691. [PR3415.A5 1691].

_____. Amphitryon; or, the Two Socia's. London, 1694. [Dramatic Works, v.2]. [PR3412.A22 v.2]

_____. Annus mirabilis. The year of wonders M.DC.LXVI. An Historical Poem. Also a poem on the happy restoration and return of his late sacred majesty Charles the second. Together a wise panegyrick on his coronation. Together with a poem to my lord chancellor, presented on New-Years-Day, 1662. And an elegy on the death of King Charles the Second. London: Printed for H. Herringman, 1688. [PR3416.A7 1688].

_____. The Assignation, or Love in a Nunnery. London, 1678. [Dramatic Works, v. 16]. [PR3412.A22 v.16].

_____. Aureng-Zebe, a tragedy. Acted at the Royal thatre. Written by John Dryden, servant to His Majesty. London: Printed for Henry Herringman; and sold by R. Bentley, J. Tonson, F. Faunders, and T., Bennet, 1694. [PR3415.A9 1694].

_____. The Conquest of Granada by the Spaniards. London, 1678 [Dramatic Works, v. 17]. [PR3412.A22 v. 17].

_____. Don Sebastian, King of Portugal. London: 1692. [Dramatic Works, v.3]. [PR3412.A22, v.3].

_____. Dramatic Works. A Collection of Early Editions. 19 vols. London, 1678-1703. [PR3412.A22].

_____. Duke of Guise. London, 1687. [Dramatic Works, v. 4]. [PR3412.A22 v.4].

_____. Eleonora: a panegyrical poem: dedicated to the memory of the late countess of Abingdon. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1692. [PR3418.E4 1692].

_____. An Evening's Love, or The Mock Astrologer. London, 1691. [Dramatic Works, v. 5]. [PR3412.A22 v.5].

_____. Fables ancient and modern; translated into verse, from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer; with original poems. By Mr. Dryden. London: J. Tonson, 1700. [PR3410.D01 OS1].

_____. The hind and the panther. A poem, in three parts. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1687. [PR3418.H5 1687].

_____. [Prior, Matthew]. The hind and the panther, transvers'd to the story of the country mouse and the city mouse. London: Printed for W. Davis, 1687. [PR3642.H5 1687].

_____. His Majesties declaration defended: in a letter to a friend. Being an answer to a seditious pamphlet, called A letter from a person of quality to his friend: concerning the kings late declaration … London: Printed for T. Davies, 1681. [WILLARD -159].

_____. The Indian Emperour; or the Conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards. London: 1694. [Dramatic Works, v. 6]. [PR3412.A22 v.6].

_____. The kind keeper; or, Mr. Limberham: a comedy: as it was acted at the Duke's theatre by His Royal Highnesses servants. London: Printed for R. Bentley, and M. Magnes, 1690. [PR3415.K5 1690].

_____. King Arthur. London, 1695. [Dramatic Works, v. 7]. [PR3412.A22 v. 7].

_____. The medal. A satyre against sedition. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson at the Judge's Head in Chancerylane, near Fleet-street, 1682]. [PR3418.M4 1682].

_____. Miscellany poems …by the most eminent hands. 6 vols. London: Printed for J. Tonson, 1684-1709. [PR3412.T6].

_____. Marriage A-la-Mode. London, 1684. [Dramatic Works, v. 18]. PR3412.A22 v. 18].

_____. Oedipus. London, 1696. [Dramatic Works, v. 8]. [PR3412.A22 v.8]

_____. Religio laici, or A laymans faith; a poem. Written by Mr. Dryden. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, PR3418.R4].

_____. The rival ladies. A tragic-comedy. As it was acted at the Theatre-Royal. London: Printed by T.N. for Henry Herringman, 1675. [PR3415.A5 1673].

_____. Rival-Ladies. London, 1693. [Dramatic Works, v. 9]. [PR3412.A22 v. 9].

_____. The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis. Translated into English by Mr. Dryden … London: Jacob Tonson and to be sold by Rober Kanplock, 1697. [PA6447.E5D7 1697].

_____. Secret Love: or the Maiden-Queen. London, 1691. [Dramatic Works, v. 10]. [PR3412.A22 v.10].

_____. The Spanish Fryar. London, 1690. [Dramatic Works, v. 19]. [PR 3412.A22 v. 19].

_____. Sr. Martin Marr-all: or The Feign'd Innocence. London, 1691. [Dramatic Works, v. 10]. [PR3412.A22 v.11].

_____. The state of innocence, and fall of man: an opera. Written in heroick verse; and dedicated to Her Royal Highness the Dutchess. London: Printed by H. H. for H. Herringman, 1678. [ML50.A2 D87].

_____. Tempest, or the Enchanted Island. London, 1695. [Dramatic Works, v. 12]. [PR3412.A22. v. 12].

_____. Tyrannick Love; or the Royal Martyr. London, 1695. [Dramatic Works, v. 13]. [PR3412.A22 v. 13]

_____. The vindication: or, the parallel of the French Holy-League, and the English League, and the English League and the Covenant, turn'd into a seditious libel against the King and his Royal Highness, by Thomas Hunt and the authors of the Reflections upon the pretended parallel in the playcalled the Duke of Guise. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the Judges Head in Chancery Lane, near Fleetstreet, 1683. [DA448.D7].

_____. The Wild Gallant. London, 1694. [Dramatic Works, v. 14]. [PR3412.A22 v.14].

[Dryden, John]. His majesties declaration defended: in a letter to a friend. Being an answer to a seditious pamphlet, called A letter froma person of quality to his friend: concerning the kings late declaration …London: Printed for T. Davies, 1681. [WILLARD 159].

Dubourdieu, Jean Armand. A true copy of a project for the reunion of both religions in France. [London: Printed for Randal Taylor, 1685]. [WING D2410] [WILLARD 173].

Dugdale, Robert. A narrative of the wicked plots carried on by Seignior Gondamore for advancing the popish religion and Spanish faction … London: Printed by T.B., 1679. [WILLARD 104].

Dugdale, William. The history of imbanking and drayning of divers fenns and marshes, both in forein parts and in this kingdom; and of the improvements thereby. Extracted from records, manuscripts, and other authentick testimonies. London: Alice Warren, 1662. [TC975.D83 OS1].

_____. Monasticon Anglicanum: or, the history of the ancient abbies, and other monasteries, hospitals, cathedral and collegiate churches in England and Wales. With divers French, Irish, and Scotch monasteries formerly relating to England. Collected and published in Latin. 3 vols. in 1. London: Printed for Sam Keble, 1693 [BX2592.D8 OS1].

_____. Monasticon Anglicanum, or the History of the ancient abbies, monasteries, hospitals, cathedrals and collegiate churches with their dependencies, in England and Wales, also of all such Scotch, Irish, and French monasteries as did in any manner relate to those in England … London: Printed by R. Harbin, 1718. [CREAMER OS 1019 PLUME].

_____. A short view of the history of the troubles in England. Oxford: Printed for M. Pitt, 1681. [DA400.D8 OS1].

_____. A short view of the history of the troubles in England … Oxford: Printed for M. Pitt, 1681. [DA400.D8 1681b OS1].

Dugdale, Stephen. The further information of Stephen Dugdale, Gent. Delivered at the bar of the House of Commons. Pursuant to an order of the said House, on the 30th of October, 1680. [No. 14x in bound collection]. London: Thomas Parkhurst, and Thomas Simmons, 1680. [WING2474] [DA448 P6].

_____. The information of Stephen Dugdale, gent. Delivered at the bar of the House of Commons,Monday the first day of November … 1680. … London: Printed by the assigns of John Bill (and others) 1680. [WILLARD 113].

_____. The information of Stephen Dugale, Gent. Delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Munday the first day of November, in the year of our Lord 1680. Peused and signed to be printed, according to the order of the House of Commons. By me, William Williams, Speaker. London: John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, Henry Hills, 1680. [WING 2475] [DA448.P6].

Du Moulin, Louis. A short and true account of the several advances the church of England hath made towards Rome: or, a model of the grounds upon which the Papist for these hundred years have built their hopesand expectations, that England woiuld ere long return to Popery … London: Printed in the year 1680. [WILLARD 127].

Duncombe, Giles. Scutum regale, The royal bucker; or Vox legis, A lecture to traytors: who most wickedly murthered Charles the I … London: [n.p.], 1660. [UNCAT 94-7-69].

Dutch remonstrance concerning the proceedings and practices of De Witt Pensionary. London: S. & B. G., 1672. [WILLARD 1541].

The dying speeches, letter, and prayers, etc. of those eminent Protestants who suffered in the west of England, (and elsewhere,) under the cruel sentence of the late Lord Chancellour, then Lord Chief Justice Jefferys. London: 1689. [WING D2956] [WILLARD 1763].

Eadmeri, monachi contvariensis Historiae novorum, since sui saeculi libri VI. Res gestas (quibus ipse non modo spectator diligens sed comes etiam & actor plerunq; interfuit) sub Guilielmis I & II & Henrico I Angliae regibus … London: Guilielmi Stanesbeij, ex officinis Richard Meighan & Thomas Dew, 1623. [DA190.E12 OS1].

Echard, Laurence. (1670-1730). The History of England. From the First Entrance of Julius Caesar and the Romans, to the End of the Reign of King James the First. Containing a space of 1678 years. London: Jacob Tonson, 1707. [DA30.E18 OS 1]

[Edward, Jonathan]. Remarks upon a book lately published by Dr. Will. Sherlock … entituled a modest examination of the Oxford decree, &c. Oxford: Printed at the Theater, and are to be sold by H. Clements, 1695. [WILLARD 237].

An eighth collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England: … Printed and are to be sold by Rich. Janeway, 1689. [WING E265A] [WILLARD 1768].

Eikon basilike. The povrtraictvre of His Sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings. [London: Printed for John Grismond for Richard Royston], 1648. [DA400.C484 1648x MILLER].

Eikon basilike. The pourtraicture of His sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings: together with his private prayers, used in the time of his restraint, and delivered to D. Juxon, bishop of London, immediately before his death. [London], 1649. [DA400.C484 1649].

Eikon basilike, the pourtraicture of his sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings. [London]: Printed by W.D., 1649. [MILLER 6]

Ellis, Philip, Father. Second sermon preach'd before the king and queen, and queen dowager, in their majesties chapel at St. James's, upon All-Saints Day, November 1. 1685. London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1686. [WING E597] [WILLARD 1457].

Elyot, Sir Thomas. The image of governaunce compiled of the actes and sentences notable of the most noble emperour Alexander Seuerus, late translated out of Greke into Englishe by Sir Thomas Elyote knyght in the fauour of nobilitee. [London]:[Imprinted in the house of Thomas Herthelette], 1549. [JC393.B3E65].

The Emperor's letter to His own subjects, and those of the Empire in Italy. Dated from Vienna, April 9, 1689. London: R. Clavel, 1689. Also, A letter for the Electors Princes and States, Councellors, and Embassadors assembled in the Diet at Ratisbonne to the Most Serene and Potent John III. King of Poland. [UNCAT 95-7-138].

England's alarm: or, a most humble declaration, address, and fervent petition … in the years 1689 and 1681.London: 1679. [WING E2939] [WILLARD 1972].

An enquiry; or, A discourse between a yeoman of Kent, and a knight of a shire, upon the prorogation of the Parliament to the second of May, 1693. [WILLARD 229].

Epictetus. Epicteti stoici philsophi Enchiridion… Hieronymus Wolf … Londini, 1670. [UNCAT 95-5-861].

The equality of the ministery plainly described, both by scriptures, fathers, and councels. Layd open to this present Parliament, to stop the mouthes of all gayne sayers whatsoever. By D.F. minister. Printed in the yeare of our redemption, 1641. [WILLARD 25].

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. London: 1688]. [WING E3591] [WILLARD 1519].

Erasmus, Desiderius. New testament paraphrases. Printed leaf, disbound, fol. Xix. Translated into English by Edwarde Whitechurche. [S.I. s.n., 1548-49?]. [UNCAT 98-4-3 MAP CASE I].

_____. Witt against Wisdom; or, A panegyrick upon Folly: Penn'd in Latin by Desiderius Erasmus, render'd into English. Translated by White Kennett, Bishop of Peterbourgh. Oxford: Printe by L. Lichfield, for Anthony Stephens, 1683. [PA8514.E5 1683]

An Essay in defence of the female sex. In which are inserted the characters of a pedant, a squire, a beau, a virtuoso, a poetaster, a city-critick, &c. in a letter to a lady. Written by a lady. London: Printed for A. Roper, and R. Clavel, 1696. [Mary Astell; Mrs Judith Drake] [HQ1201.E8 1696].

An essay to ecclesiastical reconciliation, humble offered to the consideration of all peaceable and good Christians. By a lover of peace. London: 1685. [WILLARD 181].

Essex, Arthur Capel, earl of. The Earl of Essex his speech at the delivery of the petition … London: 1681. [WING E3305] [WILLARD 1971].

[Essex, Robert Devereux, 3d earl]. Essex's excellency: or gallantry of the freeholders of that county … [London: 1679]. [WING E3343] [WILLARD 1970].

The established test, in order to the security of his majesties sacred person, and government, and the Protestant Religion. Again the malitious attempts and treasonable machinations of Rome … London: Printed by T. N. for Jonathan Edwin, 1679. [WILLARD 96].

Estienne, Charles. Dictionarium historicum, geographicum, poeticum, … I. Stoer, 1606. [DE5.E7 1606].

L'Estrange, Hamon. The reign of King Charles: an history disposed into annals. London: Printed by F.L. and J.G. for Hen: Seile junior and senior and Edw: Dod …, 1656. [DA395 .L68].

L'Estrange, Sir Roger. An answer to a letter to an dissenter, upon occasion of his majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence. … London: Printed for R. Sare, 1687. [WING L1195] [WILLARD 1642].

_____. An answer to the appeal from the country to the city. London: Printed by M.C. for Henry Brome, 1679. [WING L1197] [WILLARD 95].

_____. An answer to the appeal from the country to the city … London: Printed by T.B. for Henry Brome, 1681. [WING L1198] [WILLARD 1644].

_____. A brief history of the times, &c., in a preface to the third volume of observators. London: Printed for C.Brome, 1687-88. 3 in 1 vol. [DA448.L36 1687].

_____. The casuist uncas'd, in a dialogue betwixt Richard and Baxter, with a moderator between them, for quietnesse sake. … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1681. [WING L1210] [WILLARD 1639].

_____. The character of a papist in masquerade; supported by authority and experience. In answer to the character of a popish successor. … London: Printed for H. Brome, 1681. [WING L1215] [WILLARD 1640].

_____. A compendious history of the most memorable passages of the last fourteen years: with an account of the plot, as it was carried on both before and after the fire of London to this present time. London: Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford, and sold by S. Neale, 1680. [DA448.L37].

_____. Discovery upon discovery, in defence of Doctor Oates against B.W.'s libelous vindication of him, in his additional discovery; and in justification of L'Estrange against the same libel. … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1680. [WING L1238] [WILLARD 1641].

_____. The dissenters sayings. The second part. Published in their own words, for the information of the people. And dedicated to the grand-jury of London: Aug. 29. 1681. … 2nd ed. London: Printed for Joanna Brome, 1681. [WING L1246] [WILLARD 1621].

_____. The dissenter's sayings, in requital for L'Estrange's sayings. Published in their own words, for the information of the people…. 2nd edition. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1681. [WING L1241] [WILLARD 1620].

_____. The dissenter's sayings, in requital for L'Estrange's sayings, published in their own words, for the information of the people … 3rd edition. London: Printed for Joanna Brome, 1681. [Bound with The dissenters sayings. The second part … 2nd edition. 1681]. [WILLARD 135].

_____. Fables, of Aesop and other eminent mythologists: with morals and reflections. 2nd ed. London: R. Sare, B. Took, M. Gillyflower, A. & J. Churchil, J. Hindmarsh, and G. Sawbridge, 1694. [PN981 L4 1694].

_____. Fables of Aesop and other eminent mythologists, with morals and reflexions. London: R. Sare, T. Sawbridge, B. Took, M. Gillyflower, A. & J. Churchil, and J. Hindmarsh, 1692. [CREAMER 450].

_____. A further discovery of the plot: dedicated to Dr. Titus Oates. London: Henry Brome, 1680-. [UNCAT 95-7-137].

_____. A further discovery of the plot: dedicated to Dr. Titus Oates, by Roger L'Estrange. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1680. [WING L1252]. [WILLARD 1622].

_____. L'Estrange his appeal humbly sumitted to the kings most excellent majesty and the three estates assembled in parliament. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1681. [WING L1202] [WILLARD 867].

_____. L'Estrange's case in a civil dialogue betwixt Zekiel and Ephraim. London: Printed for H. Brome, 1680. [WING L1204] [WILLARD 1637].

_____. L'Estrange's case in a civil dialogue betwixt ‘Zekiel and Ephraim. The second impression with additions. London: 1680. [WING L1205] [WILLARD 866].

_____. The holy cheat: proving, from the undeniable practices and positions of the Presbyterians, that the design of that party, is to enslave both king and people under the masque of religion. … 4th impression. London: Printed 1662. Reprinted for Joanna Brome, 1682. [WING L1260] [WILLARD 1623].

_____. Notes upon Stephen College. Grounded principally upon his own declarations and confessions, and freely submitted to publique censure. … London: Printed for Joanna Brome, 1681. [WING L1281] [WILLARD 137a].

_____. Notes upon Stephen College. Grounded principally upon his own declarations and confessions, and freely submitted to publique censure … 2nd ed. London: Printed for Joanna Brome, 1681. [WILLARD 137b].

_____. A reply to the reasons of the Oxford-clergy against addressing. … London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1687. [WING L1297] [WILLARD 874].

_____. A reply to the second part of the character of a popish successor. … London: Printed for Joanna Brome, 1681. [WING L1298] [WILLARD 1616].

_____. State-divinity; or, A supplement to the relaps'd apostate … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1661. [WILLARD 75].

_____. Toleration discuss'd. … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1663. c.1&2. [WING L1315] [WILLARD 79].

_____. Truth and loyalty vindicated, from the reproaches and clamours of Mr. Edward Bagshaw, together with a further discovery of the libeler himself, and his seditious confederates … London: Printed for H. Brome and A. Seile, 1662. [WILLARD 78].

_____. Tully's offices. In three books. Turned out of Latin into English by Ro. L'Estrange. 3rd. ed. London: Printed for Charles Brome, 1684. [PA6308.D5L4 1684].

_____. Tyranny and popery lording it over the consciences, lives, liberties, and estates both of king and people. … 2nd ed. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1681. [WING L1323] [WILLARD 1617].

[L'Estrange, Sir Roger]. The case put, concerning the succession of his royal highness the Duke of York. London: Printed by M. Clark, for Henry Brome, 1679. [WING L1206] [WILLARD 1638].

_____. Citt and Bumpkin. Or, A learned discourse upon swearing and lying, and other laudable qualities tending to a thorow reformation. The second part. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1680. [WILLARD 126].

_____. Considerations upon a printed sheet entituled the speech of the late Lord russel to the sheriffs: together, with the paper delivered by him to them, at the place of execution, on July 21. 1683. c. 1 & 2. London: Printed by T.B. for Joanna Brome, 1683. [WING L1230] [WILLARD 178].

_____. The free-born subject: or, the Englishmans birthright: asserted against all tyrannical usurpations either in church or state. c. 1 & 2. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1679. [WING L1248] [WILLARD 862].

_____. The lawyer outlaw'd; or, A brief answer to Mr. Hunts defence of the charter. With some useful remarks on the Commons proceedings in the last Parliament at Westminster. In a letter to a friend. [London]: Printed by N.T. for the author, 1683. [WILLARD 179].

_____. The reformed Catholique: or, the true Protestant. … c. 1 & 2. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1679. [WING L1289] [WILLARD 864].

_____. The reign of King Charles. An history, disposed into annalls. With a reply to some late observations upon that History; By the same author. And at the end of all, the observators rejoynder. 2nd ed. London: F.L. and J.G. for Hen: Seile, Senior and Junior, 1656. 2nd ed. [DA 395 L68].

_____. A short answer to a whole litter of libels … London: Printed by J.B. for Hen. Brome, 1680. [WILLARD 130].

_____. Tyranny and popery lording over the consciences, lives, liberties, and estates both of king and people. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1678. [WING L1321] [WILLARD 1618].

Estwick, Sampson. A sermon preached at the cathedral-church of St. Paul … London: Tho. Bennet, 1698. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

Euclidis. Elementorum libri XV breviter demonstrati, opera Is. Barrow. Londini: Guil. Nealand, 1659. [UNCAT 96-3-201].

Eusibius, Pamphili, Bp. of Caesarea. The ancient ecclesiastical histories of the first six hundred years after Christ… Eusebius, Socrates and Evagrius. Trans. By Meredith Hanmer. 6th ed. London: Printed by Abraham Miller, to be sold by Thomas Williams, 1663. [UNCAT 95-7-892].

_____. The ancient ecclesiastical histories of the first six hundred years after Christ … London: Printed by Abraham Miller, to be sold by Thomas Williams, 1663 [UNCAT 95-5-892].

[Evans, John]. The case of kneeling at the holy sacrament state and resolved, part II … London: Printed for T. Basset at the George, 1683. [WING E3448] [WILLARD 1516].

Evelyn, John. An essay on the f irst book of T. Lucretius Caurs de rerum natura. Interpreted and made English by J. Evelyn. London: Gabriel Bedle and Thomas Collins, 1656. [PA6482.A61 1656].

_____. Publick employment and an active life with all it appanages, such as fame, command, riches, conversation, &c. prefer'd to solitude. London: Printed by J.M. for H. Herringman, 1667. [BJ1493.E84].

_____. Sylva, or A discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber in His Majesties dominions … 2nd ed. London: Printed by J. Martyn and J. Allestry, printers to the Royal Society, 1670-69. [SD391.E93 1670 OS1].

_____. Sylva, or a discourse of forest-trees and the propagation of timber. London: Jo. Martyn and Js. Allestry, Bound with Pomona, or an appendix concerning fruit-trees, in relation to cider, the making & several ways of ordering it. 1st ed. London: John Martyn & James Allestry, 1664. [CREAMER 250].

Everard, Edmund. The deposition and examinations of … concerning the horrid Popish Plot … London: 1679. [WING E3527] [ WILLARD 1969].

_____. Discourses on the present state of the Protestant princes of Europe … London: 1679. [WING E3528] [WILLARD 1968].

An exact discovery of the mystery of iniquity as it is now in practice amongst the Jesuits and other emissaries: with a particular account of their Antichristian and Devillish policy … London: Printed by Tho. James for Benj. Harris, 1679. [WING E3644] [WILLARD 1517].

An examination of Captain William Bedlow deceased, relating to the Popish Plot … London: 1680. [WING E3714] [WILLARD 1967].

The examination of Edw. Fitzharris, relating to the Popish Plot, taken the tenth day of March 1680/1. London: 1681. [WING E3717] [WILLARD 1973].

An examination of the impartial state of the case of the Earl of Danby. London: 1680. [WING E3727] [WILLARD 1974].

An explanation of the meaning of the oath of the convenant. Published by the L. Marquis, his majesties high commissioner in Scotland, by the King's special command. London: Printed by His Majesties printer for Scotland, 1639. [STC 22010] [WILLARD 1639].

Exquemelin, Alexandre Olivier. Bucaniers of America: or, A true account of the most remarkable assaults committed of late years upon the coasts of the West-Indies, by bucaniers of Jamaica and Tortuga, both English and French. Wherin are contained more especially, the unparallel'd exploits of Sir Henry Morgan, our English Jamaican hero, who sack'd Puerto Velo, burn't Panama, &c. Written originally in Dutch by John Exquemeling, one of the bucaniers who was present at those tragedies; and thence translated into-Spanish by Alonso de Bonne-Maison…2nd. ed. London: Printed for W. Crooke, 1684 [F2161.E75].

F., E. A letter from a gentleman of quality in the countrey, to his friend, … [London]: Printed in the year 1679. [WING F14] [WILLARD 1975].

F., L. An answer returned to the letter from Legorn, by a merchant concerned in the ship. [London: 1680]. [WING F46] [WILLARD 1976].

Factum for the Protestants of the French church in the savoy, conforming to the Church of England … [n.d.] [WILLARD 859].

Fagel, Gaspar. A letter, write by Mijn heer Fagel, pensioner of Holland, to Mr. James Stewart, advocate; giving an account of the prince and princess of orange's thoughts concerning the repeal of the test, and the penal laws. [Amsterdam: 1688] [WING F88] [WILLARD 1518].

Falconer, John. Cryptomenysis patefacta; or, The art of secret information disclosed without a key. Containing plain and demonstrative rules, for deciphering all manner of secret writing. With exact methods, for resolving secret intimations by signs or gestures, or in speech. As also an inquiry into the secret ways of conveying written messages: and the several mysterious proposals for secret information, mentioned by Trithemius, &c. By J. F. … London: D. Brown, 1685. [Z103.F18].

[Fairfax, Henry]. An impartial relation of the whole proceedings against St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in Oxon, in the year of our Lord 1687. Containing only matters of fact as they occurred. 1688 [WING F124] [WILLARD 1520].

Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax. An Humble representation from His Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Councel of the Armye; concerning their past endeavours, and now finall desires for the putting of the Souldiery into constant pay … London: G. Whittington, 1647. [DA410.F3].

_____. A remonstrance of his excellency Thomas Lord Farifax, Ford Generall of the Parliament Forces. And of the generall concell of officer held at St Albans the 16. of November, 1648. Presented to the commonsassembled in parliament, the 20. instant, and tendred to the consideration of the whole kingdome. London: Printed for John Partridge and Geroge Whittington, 1648. [WING F229] [WILLARD 1521].

Fairecloth, Samuel. The troubles troubled, or achan condemned and executed. A sermon, preached before sundry of the honourable house of commons, at Westminster, April, 4, 1641. London: R.Cotes, for Henry Overton, 1641. [WING F109] [WILLARD 1507].

Falkland, Lucius Gary, viscount. A speech made to the house of commons concerning the episcopacy. By the Lord viscount Faulkeland. London: Printed for Thomas Walkely, 1641. [WING F324] [WILLARD 1522].

Faria, Francisco de. The information of … delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Munday the first day of November, in the year of our Lord, 1680. London: 1680. [WING F425] [WILLARD 1977].

_____. The information of Francisco de Faria, … [No. 11 in bound collection]. London: John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1680. [WING F425] [DA448 P6].

Farnworth, Richard. The last testimony of that faithful servant of the lord, and minister of Jesus Christ, Richard Farnworth … London: 1667. [WILLARD 83].

Fell, John, bp. A sermon preached before the house of peers on December 22, 1680. Being the day of solemn humiliation. By the right reverend father in God John Lord Bishop of Oxford. Oxford: at the Theater, 1680. [WING F621] [WILLARD 1523].

Feltham, Owen. Resolves: divine, moral, political. 10th impression with additions. London: Printed for A. Clark and C. Harper, 1677. [BJ1520.F33].

Fenwick, John. The proceedings against Sir John Fenwick, bar., upon a bill of attainder for high treason. Together with a copy of a letter sent by Sir John Fenwick to his lady, upon his being taken to Kent. As also of the paper delivered by him to the sherriffs of London and Middlesex at the place of his execution. [London]: 1698. [DA461.5.F45].

Ferguson, Robert. An enquiry into, and detection of the barbarous murther of the late Earl of Essex. Or a vindication of that noble person from the guile and infamy of having destroy'd himself. [n.p.]: 1684. [WING F737] [WILLARD 1526].

[Ferguson, Robert]. A brief justification of the Prince of Orange's descent into England, and of the kingdoms late recourse to arms. With a modest disquisition of what may become the wisdom and justice of the ensuing convention, in their disposal of the crown. London: Printed for F.S., 1689. [WING F733] [WILLARD 1525].

_____. The late proceedings and votes of the parliament of Scotland; containing in an address delivered to the king, signed by the plurality of the members therof, stated and uindicated. Glasgow: Printed by Andrew Hepburn, 1689. [WING F728] [WILLARD 1524].

_____. A representation of the threatening dangers, impending over protestants in Great Brittain, before the coming of his highness the Prince of Orange … [n.p.]: 1689. [WING F7570] [WILLARD 1528].

_____. The second part of non protestant plot. By the same hand. London: Printed for R. Smith, 1682. [WING F759] [WILLARD 1529].

_____. The third part of no protestant plot; with observation on the proceedings upon the bill of indictment against the E. of Shaftsbury: and a brief account of the case of the Earl of Argyle. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1682. [WING F762] [WILLARD 1530].

Ferne, Henry. The resolving of conscience upon this question … Printed at Cambridge and reprinted at London 2642 [i.e., 1642]. [In support of Charles I]. [WILLARD 39].

Fiennes, Nathaniel. A second speech of the honourable Nathanael Fiennes, (second son to the right honourable the Lord Say) in the commons house of parliament. Touching the subjects liberty against the late canons, and the new oath. 1641. [WING F878] [WILLARD 1449].

_____. A speech of the Honorable Nathanal Fiennes, (second son to the Right Honourable Lord Say) in answer to the third speech by the Lord Goerge Digby. Concerning bishops and the City of Londons petition … Printed in the yeare, 1641. [WILLARD 16].

A fifth collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England … London: Queen's-head Court, 1688. [WING F889] [WILLARD 1451].

[Filmer, Sir Robert]. The free-holders grand inquest touching our soveraigne lord the king and his parliament. Printed in the three and twentieth year of the raign of our sovereign lord King Charles. [London: 1648]. [WING F912] [WILLARD 1452].

Firman, Giles. The liturgical considerator considered; or a brief view of Dr. Gauden's Considerations touching the Liturgy of the Church of England … By G.F. 2nd ed. London: Printed for Ralph Smith, 1661. [BX5133.F55L5].

Fitzgerald, David. A narrative of the Irish Popish Plot, for the beyraying that kingdom into the hands of the French,… from the year 1662. London: 1680. [WING F1072] [WILLARD 1978].

_____. A narrative of the Irish Popish Plot, for the betraying that kingdom into the hands of the French, massacring all English Protestants there, … [No. 18 in bound collection]. London: Tho. Cockerill, 1680. [WING F1072] [DA448.P6].

Fitzharris, Edward, defendant. The arraignment and plea of Edw. Fitz-Harris, esq; with all the arguments in law,and proceedings of the court of Kings-bench thereupon in Easter term, 1681. London: Printed for Fr. Tyton, 1681. [WILLARD 148].

Fleetwood, William, bp. A sermon agains clipping, preach'd before the right honourable the lord mayor and court of aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, on Decemb. 16 1694. By W. Fleetwood, chaplain in ordinary to their majesties. London: Printed by Tho. Hodgkin, 1694. [WING F1248] [WILLARD 1454].

[Fleetwood, William, bp.]. An account of the life and death of the Blessed Virgin, according to romish writers. With the grounds of the worship paid to her. And a preface in answer to the apology for the contemplation, etc. By a lay hand. London: Printed by H. Clark, 1687. [WING F1243] [WILLARD 1453].

Forbes, Alexander. An anatomy of independency, or A brief commentary, and moderate discourse of Mr. Thomas Goodwin and Mr. Phillip Nye, &c.. London: R. Bostock, 1644. [BR757 G72].

Forme and manner of making and consecrating bishops, priest and deacons. London: Robert Barker, 1634. Bound with Book of Common Prayer …[CREAMER 927].

Forme of common prayer, together with an order of fasting, for the averting of Gods heauy visitation vpon many places of this kingdome … London: Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill, 1625. [CREAMER 936].

Forme of prayer, necessary to bee vsed in these dangerous times of warre, wherein we are appointed to fast … London: Bonham Norton, and Iohn Bill, 1628. [CREAMER 265].

Foulkes, Robert. An alarme for sinners: containing the confession, prayer, letters, and last works of Robert Foulkes, later minister of Stanton-Lacy in the county of Salop; who was tried, convicted, and sentenced, at the sessions in the Old Bayly, London, January 16th 1679, and executed the following … London: Printed for Langley Curtis, 1679. [WING F1644] [WILLARD 1455].

Four questions debated … With an answer to the objection that the convention will not have the power of a parliament. London: 1689. [WING F1668] [WILLARD 1456].

A fourth collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England … London: Printed by Rich Janeway, 1688. [WING F1686] [WILLARD 1464]

Fowler, Edward,bp. A sermon preached at Bow-Church, April the XVIth 1690: before the lord maior, and court of aldermen, and citizens of London. Being the fast-day. By Edward Fowler, D.D. London: Printed by T. M. for Brafazon Alymer, 1690. [WING F1720] [WILLARD 1460].

[Fowler, Edward, bp]. An answer to the paper delivered by Mr. Ashton at his execution to Sir Francis Child: Sheriff of London, &c. Together with the paper itself. c. 1 &2. London: Printed for Robert Clavell, 1690. [WILLARD 222].

_____. A defence of the resolution of this case, viz. whether the Church of England's symbolizing so far as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it unlawfull to hold communion with the Church of England. In answer to a book intitutuled A Modest Examination of that resolution. London: Printed by J.H. for B. Aylmer, 1684. [WING F1697] [WILLARD 1458].

_____. The resolution of this case of conscience, whether the Church of England's symbolizing so far as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it unlawful to hold communion with the Church of England? 2nd ed. London: Printed for Fincham Gardiner, 1683. [WING F1714] [WILLARD 1459].

Fox, George. An epistle to Friends, for them to read. [n.p., 1679]. [BX7617.F6 1679].

Foxe, John. Actes and monuments of matters most speciall and memorable, happening in the church, with an vniversal history of the same. Now again perused by Iohn Foxe, the fift time newly imprinted. London: Printed by Peter Short, R. Day [1596]. [BR1607.F65 1596 OS1].

[France. Parliament]. The proceedings of the Parliament of Paris, upon the Pope's Bull, concerning the franchises in the city of Rome, and the following Ordonnace of the 26th of December, 1687. Translated into English by the order of his excellency Monsieur Barillon, his most Christian majesties ambassadour extraordinary to the king of Great Britain. London: Printed for R. Bentley, 1688. [WING F2053] [WILLARD 1461].

Franklin, John. A resolution of this case, viz. whether it be lawful to separate from the publick worship of God in the parochial assemblies of England, upon that new pretence, which men make, of the case being much altered now from what it was, when the puritan wrote against the brownists and the Presbyterians against the Independent. London: Printed by A. Grover, 1683. [WING F2081] [WILLARD 1463].

Free thoughts of the penal laws, tests, and some late printed papers touching both … [1688]. [WING F2123] [WILLARD 1476].

The freeholder choice: or, a letter of advice concerning elections. [London: 1679]. [WING F2114] [WILLARD 1979].

The freeholders choice: or, A letter of advice concerning elections … [London: 1681]. [WING F2114] [WILLARD 808h].

[Freeman, Samuel]. The case of mixt communion: whether it be lawful to separate from the church upon the account of promiscuous congregations and mixt communions? London: Printed for T. Basset, 1683. [WING F2138] [WILLARD 1465].

_____. A discourse concerning the invocation of saints. London: Printed for Ben. Tooke, 1684. [WING F2140] [WILLARD 1466].

Friend, John. The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of (him) … for high treason, in endeavoring to procure forces from France to invade this kingdom, and conspiring to levy war in this realm for assisting and abetting the said invasion, in order to the deposing of his sacred majesty King William, and restoring the late King … London: Printed for Samuel Heyrick, 1696. [WILLARD 209].

_____. The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation, of Sir John Friend, knight, for high treason, in endeavouring to procure forces from France to invade this Kingdom, and conspiring to levy war in this realm … in order to the deposing of His Sacred Majesty King William and restoring the late King. London: Printed for S. Herrick, 1696. [DA461.5 F7 OS1].

From aboard the Van-herring. A letter from Legorn, Decem. 1. 1679. [London: 1679]. [WING F2238] [WILLARD 1980].

From aboard the Van-herring, being a full relation of the present state and sad condition of that ship. In a new letter from Legorn, to a merchant in London [A satirical account of the Popish Plot]. [London, 1680]. [DA448.F73 OS1].

A full answer to the depositions; and to all other pretences and arguments whatsoever, concerning the birth of the Prince of Wales. The intreague therof detected, the whole desing being set forth, with the way and manner of doing it. Whereunto is annexed, a map or survey engraven of St. James's palace, and the convent there:describing the place wherein it is supposed the true mother was delivered: With the particular doors and passages through which the child was conveyed to the Queen' bedchamber. London: Printed for Simon Burgis, 1689. [WILLARD 202].

Fuller, Thomas. The history of the worthies of England … 1st ed. London: Printed by J.G.W.L. [sic] and W.G., 1662. [MILLER OS, 7]

_____. Historie of the holy warre. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Printed by R. Daniel, for Thomas Buck…, 1640. [D158.F9 1640 OS1].

_____. The holy state. Cambridge: Printed by Roger Daniel, 1642. [BJ1520.F9 1642].

_____. A Pisgah-sight of Palestine and the confines thereof, with the history of the Old and New Testament acted thereon. London: Printed by J.F. for John Williams, 1650. [DS104.F8 1650x].

[Fullwood, Francis]. Obedience due to the present King notwithstanding in our oaths to the former. Written by a divine of the Church of England. London: Printed for Awnsham Churchill, 1689. [WING F2511] [WILLARD 219].

_____. Obedience due the the present king, notwithstanding our oaths to the former. Written by a divine of the Church of England. London: Printed of Awnsham Churchill, 1689. [WING F2511] [WILLARD 1468].

A further account of the proccedings againt the rebels in the West of England … September the 11th, 1685. [WING F2545] [WILLARD 1981].

Gailhard, J. The controversie between episcopacy and presbytery: state and discussed, by way of letters, at the desire of a person of quality and learning … Printed for the author, 1660. [WING 68].

Gardiner, Richard. A sermon appointed for the Saint Pauls Crosse, but preached in Saint Pauls Church, on the day of his maiesties happy inauguration. March 27. 1642. By Richard Gardyner, D.D. and Canon of Christ-Church, Oxon. London: Printed for R. Royston, 1642. [WING G231] [WILLARD 1469].

Garvey, John, abp. The conversion of Philip Corwine, Franciscan fryar, to the reformation of the Protestant religion, anno 1589. Formerly written by John Garvey, sometime primate of all Ireland. Being a copy of the original … Dublin: Printed by Jos. Ray, for a Society of Stationers, 1681. [WILLARD 135].

Gassendus, Petrus. The Vanity of Judiciary Astrology. Or divination by the stars. Lately written in Latin, by that great scholar and mathematician, the illustrious Petrus Gassendus; Mathematical Professor to to the King of France. Translated into English by a person of quality. London: Humphrey Moseley, 1659. [QB26.G25].

Gatford, Lionel. A petition for the vindication of the publique use of the Book of common-prayer, from some foul, but undeserved aspersions lately cast upon it … London: Printed for John Williams, 1655. [WILLARD 62].

Gauden, John, bp. of Worcester. ANALYSIS. The Loosening of St. Peter's Bands; setting forth the true sense and solution of the covenant in point of conscience so far as it relates to the government of the church by episcopacy. London: Printed by J. Best, for Andrew Crook, 1660. [WILLARD 69]

[Gee, Edward, younger]. An answer to the compiler of the nubes testium: wherein is shewn that antiquity (in relation to the ponts of controversie set down by him) did not for the first five hundred years believe, teach or practise, as the church of Rome doeth at present believe, teach and practise … London: Printed for Henry Morthlock, 1688. [WING G453] [WILLARD 1471].

_____. A third letter to F. Lewis Sabran, Jesuit; wherein the defence of his challenge, concerning invocation of saints, is examined and confuted. London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1688. [WING G461] [WILLARD 1472].

_____. Veteres vindicate, in an expostulatory letter to Mr. Sclater of Putney upon his consensus veterum, etc. wherein … London: Printed for Henry Mortlock, 1687. [WINH G463] [WILLARD 1474].

Gell, Robert. Stella nova, a new starre, leading wisemen unto Christ. Or, a sermon preached before the learned Society of Astrologers, August 1. 1649. In the church of S. Mary Alder-Mary, London. London: Printed for Samuel Satterthwaite, 1649. [WING G473] [WILLARD 1482].

Generall demands concerning the late covenant: propounded by the ministers and professors of divinity in Aberdene, … London: 1638. [WILLIARD 7].

Gerard, John. The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes. London, 1636. [QK41.G3 1636].

Gibson, Samuel. The ruine of the authors and fomentors of civill vvarres. As it was deliver'd in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons in Margarets-Church Westminster, Sept. 24. London: Printed by M.S. for John Hancock, 1645. [WING G671] [WILLARD 1564].

Gilbert, William. Gvilielmi Gilberti Colcestrensis, medici londinensis, de Magnete, magneticisqve corparibvs, et de magno magnete tellure; physiologia noua, plurimis & argumentis, & experimentis demonstrata . Londini: excvdebat P. Short, 1600. [QC751.G44 PLUME].

_____. [Tractatus, sive physiologia nova de magno magneticisque; corporibus et mango magnete tellure, sex libris compreshnsus a Guilielmo Gilberto … ]. Sedini: Typis Gotziam, 1628. [QC751.G44 1628 PLUME].

Gillespie, George. A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast Wednesday March 27. 1644. London: Printed for Robert Bostock, 1644. [WING G756] [WILLARD 1578].

Gipps, George. A sermon preached (before God and from him) to the honourable House of Commons. At a publicke fast, Novemb. 17. … London: Printed for Christopher Meredith, 1645. [WING G779] [WILLARD 1582].

Glanvill, Joseph. Saducismus triumphatus: or, Full and plain evidence concerning witches and apparitions : in two parts. The first treating of the possibility, the second of their real existence. With a letter of Dr. Henry more on the same subject. And an authentick, but wonderful story of certain Swedish witches, done into English by Anth. Horneck. London: Printed for J. Collins and L. Lownds, 1681. [BF1565.G58 1681].

_____. Saducismus triumphatus: or, Full and plain evidence concerning witches and apparitions: in two parts …London: Printed for J. Collins and S. Lownds, 1681. [BF1581.A2 1682].

_____. Saducismus triumphatus, or, Full and plain evidence concerning witches and apparitions: in two parts. London: Printed for S. L. Horneck, 1689. [BF1565.G58 1689].

Goad, J. Astro-meteorlogica, or, Aphorisms and discourse of the bodies coelestial, their natures and influences. Discovered from the variety of the alterations of the air … London: J. Rawlins for O. Balgrave, 1686. [QC859.G57 1686].

Godolphin, John. A view to the Admiral jurisdiction…Whereunto is added by way of appendix, an Extract of the Ancient Laws of Oleron. With a catalogue of all the Lord High Admirals…since King John's time, to…K. James II. 2nd ed. London: Printed for and sold by G. Dawes, 1685. [JX4410.G6 1685].

Godwin, Thomas. Moses and Aaron. Civil and ecclesiastical rites, used by the ancient Hebrewes … Herein likewise is shewed what customes the Hebrewes borrowed from heathen people … 6th ed. London: For John Williams, 1641. [WILLARD 812].

_____. Moses & Aaron. Civil Ecclesiastical rites, used by the ancient Hebrewes; observed, and at large opened for the clearing of many obscure texts throwout the whole scripture. Which texts are now added in the end of the Book. Herein likewise in shewed what customes the Hebrews borrowed from heathen people: … 7th ed. London: by S.G. for Andres Book and John Williams, 1655. [WING G977] [WILLARD 1423].

_____. Romanae historiae antholigia recognita et aucta. An English exposition of the Roman antiquities: wherin many Roman and English –offices are paralle'd and divers obscure phrases explain'd. For the use of Abingdon school. London: Printed by J.C. for P. Parker, 1671. [DG76.G57 1671].

Goodman, John. A discourse concerning auricular confession as it is prescribed by the Council of Trent and practiced in the Church of Rome. London: Printed by H. Hills for B. Tooke at the Sign of the Ship and F. Gardiner at the Sign of the White Horse, 1648 [i.e. 1684]. [BX2264.G59].

_____. A Discourse concerning Auricular Confession as prescribed by the Council of Trent … London: [1648, i.e.] 1684. [WING G1104] [WILLARD 847].

Goodwin, Thomas. Aggravation of sinne: and sinning against knowledge and mercie. Delivered in severall semons upon divers occasions … London: Printed by T.P. and M.S. for John Rothwell, and are to be sold at the Sunne in Pauls Church-yard, 1643. [WING G1223][WILLARD 1434].

_____. The great interest of states & kingdomes. A sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Feb. 25, 1645 … London: Printed for R. Wawlman, and are to be sold by Nath: Webb, and Will: Grantham, 1646. [WING G1246] [WILLARD 1421].

[Gordon, Jame]. Minister of Bachory. Request to Roman Catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets … 5th ed. London: Printed for Brab. Aylmer, 1687. [WILLARD 187].

Gother, John. The papist misrepresented and represented. 2nd part. [London: H. Hills, 1686]. [BX1780.G73 1686].

. An amicable accomodation of the difference between the representer and the answeree. In return to the last reply against the Papist protesting against Protestant Popery … London: Printed by H. Hills, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty for his Household and Chappel, 1686. [WING G1325] [WILLARD 1432].

_____. Good advice to the pulpits, deliver'd in an few cautions for the keeping up the reputation of those chairs, and preserving the nation in peace. Published with allowance. London: Printed by Henry Hills, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty … 1687. [WING G1329] [WILLARD 1422].

_____. A Papist mis-represented and represented: or, a Two-fold character of Popery … By F.L. to which is annexed, Roman-Catholick principles in reference to God and the King. [n.p.]: Printed 1685. [WILLARD 1431].

_____. Papists protesting against Protestant Popery. In answer to a discourse entituled, a Papist not misrepresented by Protestants … London: Printed by Hen. Hills, Printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, for his household and his chapel, 1686. c. 1 &2. [WING G1340] [WILLARD 1424].

_____. Reflections upon the answer to the Papist mis-represented, &. Directed to the answerer. [London: 1686]. [WING G1348] [WILLARD 1429].

Gouge, William. The progresse of Divine Providence, set out in a sermon preached in the Abbey church of Westminster before the House of Peers, on the 24th of September, 1645 … London: Printed by G.M. for Joshua Kirton, 1645. [WING G1393] [WILLARD 1425].

_____. The saints support, set out in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament … London: Printed by G. M. for Joshua Kirton at his Shop in Pauls Church-Yard at the Signe of the White Horse, 1642. [WING C1397] [WILLARD 1427].

A grant of certain impositions upon beer, ale, and other liquors, for the encrease of his majesties revenue during his life. London: 1660. [WING G1526]. [ WILLARD1983].

Great and weighty considerations relating to the D. or sucessor of the Crown, … [London: 1679]. [WING G1660] [WILLARD 1982].

The great bastard, protector of the little-one. Done out of French. And for which a proclamation, with a reward of 5000 Lewedores, to discover the author, was publish'd. Printed at Cologne, 1689. [WILLARD 216].

[Great Britain. Privy Council]. At the Council-chamber in Whithall, Monday the 27th of October, 1688. [London: Printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1688]. [WING E2882] [WILLARD 1961].

Gregorie, John. Gregorii Posthuma: or, Certain Learned Tracts … Together with a short account of the Autor's life; and elegies on his much lamented death. Published by his dearest friend, J. G. B. D. of Merton College. London: Printed by William Du-gard for Laurence Sadler, 1650. [PR228.G4A13 1650].

Green, Robert, defendant. Tryals of Robert Greene, Henry Berry & Lawrence Hill for the murder of Sr. Edmond- bury Godfrey … London: Pawlet, 1679. [WILLARD 865].

Greenham, Richard. The workes of the reverend and faithfull servant of Jesus Christ / Richard Greenham. 5th ed. London: Printed for W. Welby, 1612. [BX5133.G81 1612].

Greenhill, William. The axe at the Root, a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their publike fast, April 26, 1643 … London: Printed by R.O. & G.D. for Benjamin Allen, and are to be sold in Popes-head Alley, 1643. [WING G1848] [WILLARD 1426].

Grew, Nehemiah. The anatomy of plants. With an idea of a philosophical history of plants. And several other lectures, read before the Royal Society. [London]: Printed by W. Rawlins, for the author, 1682. [QK41.G82 PLUME].

_____. Musaeum regalis societatis or a catalogue & description of trhe natural and artifical rarities belonging to the royal society and preserved at Gresham Colledge. Wherunto is subjoined the comparative anatomy of stomachs and guts. London: W. Rawlins, for the author, 1681. [QH.41 R69 OS1].

[Grove, Robert, bp.]. A perswasive to communion with the Church of England. … London: Printed by F. Redmayne, Jun. for Fincham Gardiner, 1682/3. [WING G2152] [WILLARD 1583].

Guilford, Francis North, baron. The examination of Captain William Bedlow Deceased, relating to the Popish Plot, taken in his last sickness, by Sir Francis North … perused and singed to be printed, according to the order of the House of Commons. [No. 15 in bound collection]. London: John Bill, Thomas Newcobm, Henry Hills, 1680. [DA448.P6].

_____. The Lord Keeper's speech to Mr. Serjeant Saunders, … Tuesday the 23d. January, 1682. London: 1682. [WING G2217] [WILLARD 1984].

H., J. The history of the life and death of Sr. Thomas More, Lord High Chancellor of England in King Henry the Eights time. Collected by J.H. Gent. London: George Eversden and Henry Eversden , 1662. [DA334.M8H6].

Halifax, George Savile. The character of a trimmer. His opinion of I. The law and government, II. Protestant religion, III. The Papists, IV. Foreign affairs. By Sir W. C[oventry]. London: 1688. [DA432.1688 H3].

[Halifax, George Savile, marquis of]. The anatomy of an equivalent. London: 1688. [WING H291] [WILLARD 1584].

_____. A letter from a clergy-man in the city, to his friend in the country, containing his reasons for not reading the declaration. [London; 1688]. [WING H308] [WILLARD 1585].

_____. A letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of his majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence. [London: 1687]. [WING H311] [WILLARD 1587].

_____. A letter to a dissenter, upon the occasion of his majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence. London: Printed for G.H., 1687. [WING H312] [WILLARD 1586].

Hale, Matthew. A collection of modern relations of matter of fact, concerning witches & witchcraft upon the persons of people, to which is prefixed meditations concerning the mercy of God in preserving us from the malice and power of evil angels. London: J. Harris, 1693. [BF1581.H3].

_____. Contemplations, moral and divine: in two parts. London: William Shrowsbery, 1695. [BV4831.H24 1695].

_____. Comtemplation moral and divine. The third part. 2nd ed., with large additions. London: Printed for William Shrowsbury, 1700. [BV4831.H247 1700].

_____. Magnetismus magnus; or, Metaphysical and divine contemplations on the magnet, or, loadstone. London: Printed for W. Shrowsbury, 1695. [QC751.H26 PLUME].

[Halifax, George Savile, marquis of]. The character of a trimmer. His opinion of I. The laws and government. II. Protestant religion. III. The Papists. IV. Foreign Affairs. By the Honourable Sir W.C. [Coventry]. London: 1688. [DA432.1688 H3].

_____. A seasonable address to both houses of Parliament concerning the succession, the fears of popery, and arbitrary government. London: 1681. [WING H320] [WILLARD 1588].

_____. Some cautions offered to the consideration of those who are to chuse members to serve in the ensuing Parliament. London: 1695. [WILLARD 238].

Hakluyt, Richard. [The principal navigations, voyages, traffiques and discoveries of the English nation … ]. Printed leaf, disbound, pp. 59-60. [London: G. Bishop, R. Newberie, and R. Barker, 1598-1600]. [UNCAT 98-6-3 MAP CASE I].

[Hall, Edward]. Hall's Chronicle; containing the history of England, during the reign of Henry the fourth, and the ucceeding monarchs, to the end of the reign of Henry the Eighth, in which are particularly described the manners and customs of those periods. Carefully collated with the editions of 1548 and 1550. London: J. Johnson, etc., 1809. (Original title: The vnion of the two noble and illustre families of Lanvcastre & Yorke … 1548). [DA332.H23 OS 1.]

Hall, Joseph. The balm of Gilead: or, Comforts for the distressed; both morall & divine. Most fit for these wofull times. London: Printed by W. Hunt, 1652. [BV4904.H26].

Hamilton, James, duke. The several speeches of Duke Hamiton Earl of Cambridg, Henry earl of Holland and Arthur Lord Capel, upon the scaffold immediately before their execution, on Friday the 9. of March. …London: Printed for Peter Cole, Francis Tyton, and John Playford, 1649. [WING H482] [WILLARD 1590].

[Hammond, Henry]. Considerations of present use concerning the danger resulting from the change of our church-government. 1644. [WING H526] [WILLARD 1592].

[Hammond, Henry]. A view of some exceptions which have been made by a Romanist to the Lord Viscount Falkland's discourse of the infallibilitie of the Church of Rome … Oxford: Printed for R. Royston, 1646. [WILLARD 43].

Hammond, Henry. Large additions to the Practicall catechisme. Written by Henry Hammond … together with the authors preface and many other insertions by way of appendix … London: Printed by M.F. for R. Royston, 1646. [WILLARD 40].

_____. Of resisting the lawfull magistrate under colour of religion … London: H.H. and W. W. 1644. [BV629 H25].

_____. Of resisting the lawfull magistrate under colour of religion. Oxford, 1644. [WILLARD 836].

_____. Of resisting the lawfull magistrate under colour of religion, … Reprinted. Also, of the zelots among the Jewes. Of taking up the crosse. A vindication of Christs reprehending Saint Peter, from the exception of Master Marshall. 1647. [WING H559] [ WILLARD 1591].

_____. To the right honourable, the Lord Fairfax, and his covncell of vvarre: the humble advice of Henry Hammond. London: Printed for Richard Royston, 1649. [WING H606] [WILLARD 1593].

_____. A view of the new directory and a vindication of the ancient liturgy of the Church of England; in answer to the reasons pretended in the ordinance and preface, for the abolishing the one, and establishing the other. 3rd ed. Oxford: Printed by Henry Hall, 1646. [WILLARD 47].

_____. A view of the new directory and a vindication of the ancient liturgy of the Church of England … 2nd ed. Oxford: Printed by Henry Hall, 1646. [WILLARD 76].

_____. A vindication of Dr. Hammonds addresse, &c. from the exceptions of Eutactus Philodemius, in two particulars. … London: Printed for R. Ryeston, 1649. [WING 615] [WILLARD 1594].

Hampden, John. The tryal of John Hambden, gent., for conspiring the death of the king, and raising a rebellion in this kingdom … London: Printed by E. Mallet for D. Mallet, 1685. [WILLARD 171].

Haraszti, Zoltan. The enigma of the Bay Psalm Book. [Facsimile] Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956 [1640]. [BS1440.B4 1640c v.2].

Hardy, Nathaniel. Divinity in mortality, or the Gospels excellency and the preachers frailty, represented in asermon preached at the funerals of Mr. Richard Goddard … London: Printed by A.M. for Nathanael Webb and William Grantham, 1653. [WING H718] [WILLARD 1595].

_____. Faiths victory over nature: or, the unparalle'd president of an unnaturually religious father. Delivered in a sermon preached at the funerals of the hopefull young gentlement Mater John Rushout: … London: Printed for Nathanael Webb, and William Grantham, 1648. [WING H721] [WILLARD 1596].

Harleian Miscellany: a collection of scarce, curious and entertaining pamphlets and tracts, as well in manuscript as in print. Selected from the Library of Edward Harly, Second Earl of Oxford. Interspersed with historical, political, and critical annotations, by the late William Oldys, esq. and some additional notes, by Thomas Park, F.S.A. Vols. I – 10. London: John White, John Murray, and John Harding, 1808. Originally published in 1744-46; most documents pre-date 1700. [DA300.H28 1808 v. 1-10].

Harrington, James. The Oceana of James Harrington, and his other works. London: Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1700. [HX811 1656 B25 OS1].

[Harrington, James, younger]. Some queries concerning the election of members for the ensuing Parliament. London: 1690. [WING G833] [WILLARD 1597].

Harris, Robert. A sermon preached to the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at a publike fast, May, 25, 1642. London: Printed by M.F. for John Bartlet, 1642. [WING H875] [WILLARD 1598].

[Hartcliffe, John]. A discourse against purgatory. London: Printed for Brabazon Aylmer, 1685. [WING H965] [WILLARD 1599].

[Hascard, Gregory]. A discourse about the charge of novelty upon the reformed Church of England, made by the Papist asking of us the question, where was our religion before Luther? London: Printed for Robert Horn … and Fincham Gardiner …, 1683. [WING H1110] [WILLARD 1601].

_____. A discourse about edification: in answer to a question, whether it is lawful for any man to forsake the communion of the Church of England, and go the the Separate Meetings, because he can better edifie there? 2nd ed. London: Printed by F.C. and Freeman Collins, for Fincham Gardiner, 1684. [WING H1109] [WILLARD 1600].

Hawkins, Francis. A narrative, being a true relation of what discourse passed between Dr. Hawkins and Edward Fitz-Harys, esq. … London: 1681. [WING H1173] [WILLARD 1985].

[Hawles, Sir John]. Remarks upon the trials of Edward Fitzharris, Stephen Colledge … London: 1689. [WING H1188] [WILLARD 1986].

Heads of agreement assented to by the united ministers in and about London: formerly called Presbyterian and Congregational. … London: Printed by R.R. for the The Cockerill, 1691. [Halkett: "Mainly drawn up by John Howe." See Howe.] [WING 1282A] [WILLARD 1613].

Heath, James. A chronicle of the late Intestine War in the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. With the intervening affairs of treaties , and other occurrences thereunto. And also the several usurpations, foreign wars, differences and interests depending upon it, to the happy restitution of our sovereign K. Charles II. London: Printed for J.C. by T. Bassett, 1676. [DA400.H441 OS1].

Hellier, Henry. A sermon preached before the University of Oxford December 4. 1687 concerning the obligation of oaths … Oxford: At the Theater for Richard Chiswell; London: 1688. [WILLARD 192].

Herbert, Sir Edward. A short account of the authorities in law, upon which judgment was given in Sir Edw. Haleshis case … London: Printed for M. Clark: 1688. [WING H1496] [WILLARD 1604].

Herle, Charles. Davids song of three parts: delivered in a sermon preached before the right honorable the House of Lords … London: Printed by T. Brudenell for N.A., 1643. [WILLARD 34].

[Herle, Charles]. An answer to mis-led Doctor Fearme, according to his own method … London: 1642. [WILLARD 39a].

_____. A fvller answer to a treatise written by Doctor Ferne, entituled The resolving of conscience upon this question … Done by another author. London: Printed for John Bartlet, 1642. [WILLARD 39].

Henderson, Alexander. A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, December 27. 1643. … London: Printed for Robert Bostock, 1644. [WING H1439] [WILLARD 1602].

_____. A sermon preached before the right honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: at Margarets Churchin Westminster, upon Thursday the 18, day of July, 1644. … London: Printed for Robert Bostock, 1644. [WING H1441] [WILLARD 1603].

Henry VIII. Assertio Septem Sacramentorum. Paris, 1561. [BX2200.H4].

[Herbert, Edward]. A Complete History of England with the Lives of all the Kings and Queens thereof; from the Earliest Account of Time, to the Death of His Late Majesty King William III. Vol. 2. London: Printed for Brab. Aylmer…, 1706. [DA30.C73 v. 2 OS1]

[Hesketh, Henry]. The charge of scandal, and giving offence by conformity, refelled, and reflected back upon separation. London: Printed for Fincham Gardiner, 1683. [WING H1608] [WILLARD 1605].

Heylyn, Peter. Cosmographie in four bookes. Containing the chorographie and historie of the whole world, and all the principal kingdoms, provinces, seas, and isles thereof. 2nd ed. London: H. Seile, 1657. [G114.H61 1657 OS1].

_____. Cosmography, the third book, containing the chorography & history of the lesser and greater Asia, and all the principal kingdoms, provinces, seas, and isles, therof. By Peter Heylen. London: [s.n.], 1673. [UNCAT 94-8-227 OS2].

_____. Cyprianvs anglicvs: or, The history of the life and death, of the most reverend and renowned prelate William by divine providence, lord archbishop of Canterbury … Containing also the ecclesiastical history of the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, from his first rising till his death. London: Printed for A. Seile, 1668. [DA396.L3H6 1668].

_____. A help to English history; containing a succession of all the kings of England, the English Saxons, and the Britains, the kings and princes of Wales, the kings and lords of Man and the Isle of Wight; as also all the dukes, marquesses, earls and bishops thereof: with the description of the places from which they had their titles: together with the barons and baronets of England. London: Printed for T. Basset and C. Wilkinson, 1680. [DA30.H617 1680].

_____. The historie of that most famous saint and souldier of Christ Jesus, St. George of Capadocia.Asserted from the fictions of the middle ages of the church and opposition of the present. The institution of the most noble order of S. George, named the Garter, a catalogue of all the knight therof, from the first institution to this present … 2nd ed. London: T. Harper, 1633. [BR1720.G4H4 1633].

Heywood, Thomas. Reader, here you'l plainly see, iudgement perverted by these three, a priest, a judge, a patentee / written by Thomas Heywood. [London?]: Reprinted for J. Sturt … by J. Barker, printed in 1641. [Replacement pages 1 and 2 handwritten. Watermark suggests that this is the 1810 facsimile of the 1641 edition]. [CREAMER 295].

[Hickens, George]. An apologetical vindication of the Church of England: in answer to those who reproach her with the English heresies and schisms, or suspect her not to be a Catholic church, upon their account. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1687. [WING J1840] [WILLARD 1609].

Hickeringill, Edmund. Curse ye meroz, or the fatal doom. In a sermon preached in Guild-hall-Chappel London, before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, May the 9th 1680. … London: Printed by F.R. for F. Willimas, 1680. [WING H1803] [WILLARD 1606].

_____. The naked truth. The second part. In several inquiries concerning the canons and ecclesiastical jurisdiction, … also of the Church of England, … London: 1681. [WING H1821] [WILLARD 1987].

_____. A Speech without-doors: or some modest inquiries humbly proposed to the right honourable the convention of estates, … London: Printed for George Larkin, 1689. [WING H1827] [WILLARD 1607].

_____. The test or, tryal of the goodness & value of spiritual-courts, in two queries: … London: 1683. [WING H1828] [WILLARD 1988].

Hickes, Gaspar. The glory and beauty of Gods portion: set forth in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at the publique fast, June 26. 1644. … London: Printed by G.M. for Christopher Meredith, 1644. [WING H1838] [ WILLARD 1608].

Hickes, George. A sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of Worcester, on the 29th of May, 1684. Being the anniversary day of his majesty's birth, and happy restauration … London: Printed by R.E. for Walter Kettilby, 1684. [WING H1867] [WILLARD 1612].

_____. A sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of London, at Bow Church, on the 30th. of January, 1681/2. … London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1682. [WING H1864] [WILLARD 1611].

[Hickes, George]. The harmony of divinity and law, in a discourse about not resisting of sovereign princes. London: Printed by R.E., 1684. [WING H1850] [WILLARD 1610].

_____. Speculum Beatae Virginis. A discourse of the due praise and honour of the Virgin Mary. … London: Printed, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor, 1686. [WING H1869] [WILLARD 1648].

_____. Speculum beatae virginis. A discourse of the due praise and honour of the Virgin Mary. 2nd ed. London: Printed by Randal Taylor, 1686. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

Hildersham, Arthur. CLII lectures upon Psalme VI, preached by Ashby-Delazouch in Leicester-shire. London, 1635. [BS1450 51st H56].

[Hill, Samuel]. The Catholic balance: or a discourse determining the controversies concerning I. The tradition of Catholic doctrines. II. The primacy of S. Peter and the Bishop of Rome. III. The subjection and authority of the church in a Christian State: according to the suffrages of a private gentleman … London: Printed for Robert Clavell, 1687. [WING H2006] [WILLARD 1649].

Hill, Thomas. The good old way, Gods way, to sovle-re-refreshing rest: discovered in a sermon preached to the right honorable the lord maior and court of aldemen of the Citie of London … London: Printed by Ric. Cotes, for John Bellamie and Philemon Stephens, 1644. [WILLARD 36].

_____. The militant church triumphant … sermon to both houses of Parlt … London: 1643. [WILLARD 833].

_____. The trade of truth advanced … London: 1642. [WILLARD 823].

Historia Britannica hoc est, de rebus gestis Britanniae seu Angliae .. Oxoniae: Leonard Lichfield, impensis Matthaie Hunt, 1640. [CREAMER 974].

An historical account of the most remarkable transactions betwixt the Duke of Savoy and the French king: contained in several letters pass'd betwixt them before the rupture. Translated from the original French copies. … London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1690. [WING H2097] [WILLARD 1769].

An historical relation of several great and learned Romanists who did imbrace the Protestant religion, with their reasons for their change, delivered in their own words. Collected chiefly from the most eminent historians of the Roman persuasion. To which his added a catalogue of sundry great persons of the Roman Catholick religion, who have all along opps'd the tenents of the Church of Rome … London: Printed and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin, 1688. [WILLARD 200].

The history of the association, containing all the debates in the last house of Commons, at Westminster: … London: 1682. [WING H2144] [WILLARD 1989].

Hobbes, Thomas. Elementa philosophica de cive. Amsterdami, L. Elzevirium, 1647. [JC153.H613].

_____. Historia ecclesiastica carmine elegiaco concinnata … Augustae trinobantum, Anno salutis, 1688. [WILLARD 195].

_____. Leviathan; or, The Matter, forme, & power of a common-wealth, ecclesiasticall and civill. London, Printed for A. Ckooke, 1651. [JC153.H65 1651].

_____. De mirabilibus Pecci: the wonders of the Peak in Darbyshire, commonly called the Devil's arse of peak: in English and Latine / the Latine written by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury; the English by a person of quality. London: Printed for William Crook, 1678. [SPECOLL MOUNT DA670.D43 H63 1678].

Hoddesdon, John. The history of the life and death of Sir Thomas More … Collected by J.H. London: printed for G. & H. Eversden, 1662. [DA334.M8H6].

Holdsworth, Richard. A sermon preached in St. Maries in Cambridge, upon Sunday the 27 of March, being the day of his majesties happy inauguration: … Printed by Roger Daniel, 1642. [WING H2401] [WILLARD 1650].

Holinshed, Raphael. The chronicles of England, Scotland, and Irelande … Faithfully gathered and set forth, by Raphael Holinshed. 2 vols. London: I. Harrison, [1577]. [DA130.H73].

Holland, Henry Rich, earl of. Two speeches delivered by the Early of Holland, and Mr. Io: Pym, Esquire. London: Printed by J.F. for Peter Cole, 1642. [WING H2422] [WILLARD 1651].

Holles, Denzil Holles, Baron. A grave and learned speech or an Apology delivered … 1647. [WILLARD 842].

_____. Lord Hollis his remains: being a second letter to a friend concerning the judicature of the bishops in Parliament, in the vindication of what he wrote in his first; and in answer to a book … London: R. Faneway, 1682. [UNCAT 95-5-254].

_____. Memoirs of Denzil lord Holles, baron of Ifield in Sussex, from the year 1641, to 1648. London: T. Goodwin, 1699. [DA419.H7A2].

[Holles, Denzil Holles, 1st baron.]. The long Parliament dissolved … Printed in the year, 1676. [WILLARD 90].

Holloway, James. The free and voluntary confession and narrative of James Holloway … London: 1684. [WING H2509] [WILLARD 1990].

[Holy Roman Empire]. Traite de la ligue conclu a Augsbourg le 9. juillet, 1686. Pour la surete de l'empire. Cologne: Pierre Marteau, 1686. [WILLARD 185].

Holyoke, Thomas. A large dictionary in three parts: … London: J. Rawlins, G. Sawbridge, W. Place, T. Basset, T. Dring, J. Leigh, and J. Place 1674. [PE1620.H7 OS1].

Homer. Homer his Iliads translated and adorn'd with sculpture and illustrated with annotations. Translated by James Obilby. London: James Flesher, 1669. [PA4025.A1 O3 OS1].

Hooke, Robert. Micrographia: or some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses.With observations and inquiries thereupon. By R. Hooke. London: J. Martyn and J. Allestry, 1665. [QH271.H79 PLUME].

Hooker, Richard. The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity. London, 1682. [BV649.H8 1682 OS1].

_____. The works of that learned and judicious divine, Mr. Richard Hooker, in eight books of ecclesiastical polity, completed out of his own manuscripts. With several treatises by the same author, and an account of his life and death. London: Printed for R. Scot, T. Basset, J. Wright and R. Chiswell, 1682 [BV649.H8 1682].

[Hooker, Thomas]. Heautonparnumenos: or, A treatise of self-denyall. Intended for the pulpit; but now committed to the presse for the publike benefit … London: Printed by W. Wilson, for Richard Royston, 1646. [WILLARD 42].

Hopkins, John. Amasia, or the works of the muses. A collection of poems. Three volumes in one. London: Printed by Tho: Warren for Bennet Banbury, 1700. [PR3517.H142 A8 1700].

[House of Commons]. A collection of the substance of several speeches and debates made in the honourable House of Commons, relating to the horrid Popish Plot, upon occasion of the bill for disabling James, Duke of York from inheriting the Imperial Crown of this realm. London: 1681. [WING E2538] [WILLARD 1965].

[House of Commons]. A collection of the substance of several speeches and debates made in the House of Commons, relating to the horrid Popish Plote, upon occasion of the bill for disabling James Duke of York from inheriting the Imperial Crown for the Realm, etc.. [No. 34 in bound collection]. London: Printed for Francis Smith, 1681. [WING E2538] [DA449.P6].

[House of Commons]. The debates in the honourable House of Commons, assembled at Oxford, March 21, 1680. Printed from R. Baldwin's printed copy. To which is added, the whole proceedings of the said honourable house. London: Printed for John Peacock, 1681. [WILLARD 149].

[House of Commons]. The debates in the House of Commons assembled at Oxford the Twentyfirst of March, 1680. The first three days being spent in choosing their Speaker, the confirming of him … [ London: 1681]. [WING E2546] [WILLARD 1964].

[House of Commons]. An exact collection of the most memorable debates in the honourable House of Commons at the Parliament held at Westminster the one and twentieth of October, 1680… London: Printed for R. Baldwin, 1681. [DA430.G65].

[House of Commons]. The Popish damnable plot against our religion and liberties, fairly laid open and discover'd in the breviats of threescore and four letters and papers of intelligence, past betwixt the Pope, Duke of York [et al.] As they were drawn up by the Secret Committee of the House of Commons. London: Printed for R. Janeway, 1680. [DA448.A3 1680].

[House of Commons]. The proceedings of the honourable House of Commons, who met at Oxford, March 21, 1680/1, and were dissolved the 28th. Of the same month … London: Printed for John Peacock, 1681. [WILLARD 150].

[House of Commons]. The proceedings of the honourable House of Commons, who met at Oxford, March 21. 1680/1. [No. 36 in bound collection]. London: Printed for John Peacock, 1681. [WING E2685] [DA448 P6].

[House of Commons]. A remonstrance of the state of the kingdom. Die mercurii 15 December 1641. It is this day resolv'd upon the question, by the House of Commons … London: Joseph Hunscutt, 1641. [WING E?2221C] [WILLARD 817].

[House of Commons]. The report of the Committee for receiving informations concerning the popish plot; upon the complaint of Mr. Peter Norris, presented to the House of Commons, upon Thursday the 9th. day of December. 1680. London: Printed for John Wright … 1680. [WILLARD 114].

[House of Commons and House of Lords]. 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. Whereunto is added the answer of Don Allonso de Cardenas the Spanish ambassador … London: Printed for Joseph Hunscott, 1641. [WILLARD 10].

[House of Lords]. Cases in Parliament resolved and adjudged, upon petitions, and writs of error … [1694-1698]. London: A. and J. Churchill, 1698. [JN639.A25 OS1].

[House of Lords]. The protestation of the Lords upon rejecting the impeachment of Mr. Fitz-Harris. March 28, [London: Printed for Francis Smith, at the Elephant and Castle in Cornhill, 1681]. [WING E2843] [WILLARD 1962].

Howard, William Howard, baron. A letter from my Lord Howard of Escrick, to his friend, … London: 1681. [WING H3012] [WILLARD 1991].

Howe, John. Head of agreement assented to by the united ministers in and about London … 1691. [WING 1282A] [WILLARD 1613].

_____. A sermon preach'd on the late day of thanksgiving. Decemb. 2. 1697. … London: Printed by S. Bridge for Tho. Parkhurst, 1698, [WING H3040] [WILLARD 1652].

Howell, James. Epistolae Ho-Elianae. Familiar letters domestic and forren; divided into sundry sections. With an addition of a third volume of new letters. 2nd ed. London: W.H. Humphrey Mosely, 1650. [PR3517.H5 Z5 1650].

_____. Epistolae Ho-Elianae. Familiar letters domestic and forren. Divided in two parts, partly historical, political, philosophical, upon emergent locations. 6th ed. London: T. Guy, 1688. [PR3715.H5 Z5 1688].

[Howell, James]. Dendrologia: Dononas' grove, or, the vocall forest. 2nd ed. By J. H. Esquire, 1644. [PR3517.H5 D45 1644].

_____. Philanglus; some sober inspections made into the carriage and consults of the late-long Parlement … 3rd edition, with a supplement of divers signall passages which the othe two had not …London: Printed by E.C. for H.S., 1658. [WILLARD 61].

Howell, William. An institution of general history, being a compleat body thereof from the beginning of the world till the monarchy of Constantine the Great … London: H. Herringman, 1661. [D57.H84 OS1].

_____. Medulla historiae Anglicane. Being a comprehensive history of the lives and reigns of the monarchs of England, from the time of the invasion thereof by Julius Caesar, to this present year of 1679. London: Printed for A. Swalle, 1679. [DA32.H859 1679].

The humble address and advice of several of the peeres of this relam, for this sitting of the Parliament. [No. 21 in bound collection]. London: 1679. [WING H 3371] [DA448.P6].

An Humble address to all the truly loyal commons of England, by a true lover of king and country. [London: Printed by D. Mallet, 1680]. [WILLARD 118]

The humble petition of the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and commons of the city of London in Common Council assembled, as it was presented to His Majesty … upon Monday the 18th of June 1683 … London: 1683. [WING H3551] [WILLARD 1992].

The humble petition of the right honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-Council assemble, on the thirteenth of January, 1680. [No. 22 in bound collection]. London: Samuel Roycroft, 1680. [WING H3577] [DA448.P6].

The humble petition of the right honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, … of London, … thirteenth of January, 1680. London: 1680[1]. [WING G3577] [WILLARD 1993].

Humfrey, John. A modest and peaceable inquiry into the design and nature of some of those historical mistakes that are found in Dr. Stillingfleet's preface to his "Unreasonableness of separation." … London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, 1681. [WILLARD 133].

Hunt, Thomas. A defence of the charter, and municipal rights of the city of London. … London: Printed and sold by Richard Baldwin, [1683]. [WING H3750] [WILLARD 1653].

[Hunt, Thomas]. The great and weighty consideration, relating to the Duke of York, or, successor to the Crown … London: 1680. [WING H3751] [WILLARD 1994].

[Hunton, Philip]. A treatise of monarchy: containing two parts. I.. Concerning monarchy in general. II. Concerning this particular monarchy. … London: Printed for, and sold by Richard Baldwin, 1689. [WING G3783] [WILLARD 1654].

[Hutchinson, C.]. Of the authority of councils, and the rule of faith, by a person of quality … London: Printed for R. Clavel, W. Rogers, and S. Smith, 1687. [WING H3828B] [WILLARD 1655].

_____. The honours of the lords spiritual asserted: and their priviledges to vote in capital cases on Parliament maintained by reason and precedents … London: Printed for Tho. Braddylll, 1679. [WILLARD 102].

Hyde, Edward [Clarendon, Edward Hyde]. The life of Edward earl of Clarendon…in which is included, a continuation of his History of the grand rebellion. [Facsimile?]. Oxford: University Press, 1857. [DA 407 C505].

[Hyde], Edward Earl of Clarendon. A brief view and survey of the dangerous and pernicious errors to church and state, in Mr. Hobbes book, entitled Leviathan. 2nd impression. Oxon: Printed at the Theater, 1676. [JC153.H66 C6 1676a].

An impartial account of divers remarkable proceedings the last sessions of Parliament relating to the horrid Popish Plot, … London: 1679. [WING I62] [WILLARD 1995].

An impartial account of the nature and tendency of the late addresses, in a letter to a gentleman in the country. London: Printed for R. Balwyn, 1681. [WING I73] [WILLARD 1785].

An impartial state of the case of the Earl of Danby, in a letter to a member of the House of Commons. London: 1679. [WING I88] [WILLARD 1996].

In answer to the Earle of Strafords conclusion. The 13. of Aprill, 1641. Printed in the Year 1641. [WINGI109] [WILLARD 1770].

The inconveniences of a long continuance of the same Parliament … [London: 1679/80] [WING I139] [WILLARD 259].

An intimation of the deputies of the States General, in the late his course with M. Sidney … [London: 1680] [WING I275] [WILLARD 1997].

Isham, Zacheus. A sermon preached at the funeral of the Reverend John Scott, D.D. … London: Walter Kettilby, 1695. [WING I1068] [WILLARD 1656].

L'Isole Britanniche. Sansone. Geograko di S.M. 1697. [UNCAT 96-12-2 MAP].

A item to his Maiestie concerning Prince Rupert and his cavaliers … 1642 [ [WILLARD 824].

James II. His Majesties most gracious letter to the Parliament of Scotland: together with the Parliaments dutiful answer to His Majesties letter. [London]: 1686. [WING J219] [WILLARD 1998].

_____. To the most Reverend Fathers in God, William Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of all England and Metropolitan, and John Lord Archbishop of York Primate of Englnad and Metropolitan. London: Printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, 1685. [WING J389] [WILLARD 1657].

Jane, William. A sermon preached at the consecration of the honourable Dr. Henry Compton, Lord Bishop of Oxford, in Lambeth-Chappel, on Sunday, December 6. 1674. … London: Printed by W. Godbid, 1675. [WING J455] [WILLARD 1646].

_____. A sermon preached on the day of the publick fast, April the 11th. 1679. At St. Margaret's Westminster;before the honourable House of Commons. … London: Printed by M.C. for Henry Brome, and Richard Chiswel, 1679. [WING J456] [WILLARD 1647].

Jenison, Robert. The information of Robert Jennison of Grays-Inn, gent. Delivered at the Bar of the House of Commons, Tuesday the Ninth day of November, in the year of our Lord, 1680. [No. 12 in bound collection]. London: John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1680. [WING J 559] [DA448.P6].

_____. The narrative of Robert Jenison, of Grays-Inn, Exquire containing. I. A further discovery and confirmation of the late and horrid and treasonable Popish Polot, against His Majestie's person, government,and the Protestant religion. II. The names of the four Russians, designed to have murthered the King. III. The reasons why this discovery hath been so long deferred, by the said Robert Jenison. IV. An order of His Majesty in council touching the same. Together with other material passages, letters, and observations thereupon … [No. 7 in bound collection] London: F. Smith, T. Basset, J. Wright, R. Chiswell, and S. Heyrick. [1679]. [WING J561] [DA448 P6].

[Jenison], R[obert]. The information of Robert Jenison of Grayes Inn, Esquire, relating to the horrid Popish Plott, … on Tuesday the 9th day of November, 1680. London: 1680. [WING J560] [WILLARD 1999].

_____. The narrative of Robert Jenison, of Grays-Inn, Esquire … London: 1679. [WING J561] [WILLARD 2000].

Jenkyn, William. An exposition of the Epistle of Jude, together with many large and useful deductions lately delivered in lectures in Christ Church, London by William Jenkyn. London: Printed by Th. Maxey, for Samuel Gellibrand, 1652-54. [BS2815 J45 1652].

_____. A shock of corn coming in its season. A sermon preached at the funeral of that ancient and eminent servant of Christ William Gouge, … London: Preinted for Samuel Gellibrand, 1654. [WING J653] [WILLARD 1658].

Jewell, John. A defense of the apologie of the Church of England Conteininge an answeare to a certaine booke lately set forth by M. Hardinge , and entituled , a Confutation of &c. London: Henry Wyckes, 1567. [UNCAT 95-5-874].

[Johnston, Joseph]. A vindication of the Bishop of Condom's exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic Church. … London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1686. [WING J871] [WILLARD 1665].

Johnson, Samuel. The absolute impossibility of transubstantiation demonstrated. London: Printed for William Rogers, 1688. [WING J819] [WILLARD 1659].

_____. An argument proving, that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family to the throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government, and prescribed by it. … London: 1692. [WING J821] [WILLARD 1660].

_____. An essay concerning Parliaments at a certainty; or the Kalends of May. … London: Printed for the author, 1693. [WING J826] [WILLARD 1662].

_____. Notes upon the Phoenix edition of the pastoral letter. Part I. … London: Printed for the author, 1694. [WING J835] [WILLARD 1663].

_____. Reflections on the history of passive obedience. … London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1689. [WING J838] [WILLARD 1645].

_____. Reflections on the history of passive obedience … London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1689. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

[Johnson, Samuel]. A confutation of a late pamphlet intituled, A Letter Ballancing the Necessity of keeping a Land-Force in time of Peace; with the Dangers that may follow on it. London: Printed for A. Baldwin, 1698. [WING J824] [WILLARD 243A].

_____. A confutation of a late pamphlet intituled, a letter balancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in time of peace, with the dangers that may follow on it. 2nd ed. corrected. London: A. Baldwin, 1698. [WILLARD 243B].

_____. Remarks upon Dr. Sherlock's book, intituled, The Case of the Allegiance due to Soveraign Princes, State and Resolved, etc. London: Printed for J. Humphries, 1690. [WING J840] [WILLARD 1664].

Jones, Thomas, D:D. Elmyas the sorcerer: or, a memorial towards the discovery of the bottom of this Popish-Plot,… London: 1682. [WING J992] [WILLARD 2001].

Jonson, Ben. Bartholomew fayre: a comedie, acted in the year 1614 by the Lady Elizabeths Servants, and dedicated to King Iames … by the author Beniamin Iohnson. London: Printed by I.B. for R. Allot, 1631. Detached from the author's Workes … second volume (London, 1640). [PR2606.A1 1631].

_____. Cynthia's Revels of the fountain of selfe-love. Disbound from the works of Benjamin Jonson. London, 1640. [CREAMER 385].

_____. The diuell is an asse; a comedie acted in the yeare 1616 by His Maiesties Servants. London: Printed by I.B. for R. Allot, 1631. Detached from the author's Workes … Second volume. [PR2610 A1 1631].

_____. The English grammar, made by Ben. Iohnson for the benefit of all strangers, out of his observation of the English language now spoken and in use. [London]: 1640. Detached from the author's Workes … Second volume. [PR2626.E65].

_____. The Magnetick lady; or, Hvmors reconcil'd. A comedy composed by Ben. Iohnson. London, 1640. Detached from the author's Workes … Second volume (London, 1640). [PR2615 A1 1640].

_____. [Miscellanies). London: Printed by Richard Bishop, [16--]. 2 vols. 16 plays. 4 essays. [UNCAT 94-4-162].

_____. The staple of newes; a comedie acted in the yeare, 1625, by His Maiesties servants. London: Printed by I.B. for R. Allot, 1631. Detached from the author's Workes … Second volume (London, 1640). [PR 2620.A1 1631].

_____. A tale of a tub, a comedy composed by Ben: Iohnson … London, 1640. Detached from the author's Workes … Second volume (London, 1640). [PR2621.A17 1640].

_____. Works. 2nd ed. London: Richard Bishop, 1640. [CREAMER 385].

Josephus, Flavius. The famous and memorable works of Josephus …/ faithfully translated out of the Latin and French by Tho. Lodge. London: Printed by J.L. for L. Faune, 1655. [One work, The lamentable and tragical history of the warres and utter ruine of the Jewes] [DS116.J6 1655 OS1]

Judgement and doctrine of the clergy of the Church of England, concerning on special branch of the king's prerogative, viz. in dispencing with the penall laws,… London Printed for J.H. and T.S. [1687]. [WING J1172] [WILLARD 1771].

Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastica: or, the divine right of Church-government, asserted and evidenced by the holy scriptures. London: Joseph Hunscot and Goerge Calvert, 1646. [WING J1217] [WILLARD 839].

Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici; or The divine right of church-government. … London: 1654. [WING J1219] [WILLARD 850]

A just and modest vindication of his royal highness the Duke of York: in observations upon a late revived pamphlet, intituled a word without doors. Wherein the reasons and arguments of that author, are considered and examined. London: Printed for Thomas Benskin, 1680. [WILLARD 125].

A justification of the whole proceedings of their majesties King William and Queen Mary, of their royal highnesses Prince Goerge and princess Ann, of the convention, army, ministers of state, and others, in this great revolution…. London: Printed for Randal Taylor, 1689. [WING J1264] [WILLARD 1772].

Juvenalis, Decimus Junius. Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and Aulus Persiu Flaccus translated and illustrated as well with sculpture as notes. By Barten Holyday, D.D.. Oxford: W. Downing for F. Oxlad sr., J. Adams, and F. Oxlad jr. 1673. [PA6447.E5H7].

_____. The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis. Translated into English verse by Mr. Dryden. London: Jacob Tonson and to be sold by Robert Kamplock, 1697. [PA6447.E5 D7 1697].

K. William, or K. Lewis. Wherein in set forth the inevitable necessity these nations lye under, of submitting wholly to one or other of these kings; and that the matter in controversie is not now between K. William and K. James, but between K. William and K. Lewis of France, for the government of these nations. Written out of Cheshire by a gentleman lately arriv'd from Ireland. London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1689. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

Killing no murder: briefly discoursed in three questions. … Reprinted in the year 1689. [WING K474] [WILLARD 1773].

King James, King Charles, the Marquees of Worcester, Francis Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moors. Witty apophthegms delivered at severall times, and upon severall occasions, by King James, King Charles, the Marquees of Worcester, Francis Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moors, collected and revised. London: Edward Farnham, 1650. [CREAMER 397].

The Kings cabinet opened: of, certain packets, written with the kings own hand, and taken in his cabinet at Nasby-Field, June 14. 1645. … London: Printed for Robert Bostock, 1645. [WING K591] [WILLARD 1744].

The King's dispensing power explicated & asserted. London: [1687]. [WING K592] [WILLARD 2002].

Kyd, Thomas. The Tragedie of Solimon and Perseda. Wherein is laide open, Loues constancie, Fortunes inconstancie, and Deaths triumphs. London: Edward Allde for Edward White, 1599. [PR2654.S58 1599].

L., A. A letter from a French lawyer to an English gentleman, upon the present revolution. … London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1689. [WING L4] [WILLARD 1627].

L., N. A letter for a minister in the country, to a member of the convocation. … London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1689. [WING L46] [WILLARD 1628].

The Lady Bark, or, New upstart-lady. In a very merry and pleasant dialogue, betwixt a skipper, a new-lady, a young scholar, and a tapster-lass. [Aberdeen: Forbes, 1680]. [WING L163] [WILLARD 802].

Lamplugh, Thomas. A sermon preached before the House of Lords on the fifth of November, in the Abby Church at Westminster. … In the Savoy Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1678. [WING L305] [WILLARD 1629].

Langhorn, Richard. The speech of Richard Langhorm Esq; at his execution July 14, 1679. … London: 1679. [WING L399] [WILLARD 2003].

[LaPlacette, Jean]. Of the incurable skepticism of the Church of Rome … London: Printed for Ric. Chiswel, 1688. [WING L429] [WILLARD 1630].

Lassels, Richard. The voyage of Italy: or, A compleat journal through Italy. London: Printed for R.C., F.R. and A.C., 1686. [DG424.L34].

The last articles of peace made, concluded, accorded and agreed upon the 30. day of July, 1646. by and between his excellency, James, lord marques of Ormond … with his Majesties Romand Catholic subjects of the said kingdom … Imprinted first at Dublin...and now reprinted at London for Edward Husband, 1646. [WING L475] [WILLARD 44]

The last speeches of the five notorious traitors and Jesuits: … [London: 1679]. [WING L506] [WILLARD 2014].

The last years transactions vindicated from the aspersions cast upon them in a late pamphlet entituled, reflections upon the occurrences of the last year, from Novemb. 5. 1688. to Novem. 5. 1689. &c. … London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1690. [WING L536] [WILLARD 1661].

The last years transactions vindicated from the aspersions cast upon them in a late pamphlet entituled, reflections upon occurrences of the last year, from Novem. 5, 1688 to Novemb. 5, 1689, &c published by authority. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1690. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

The late King James's manifesto answer'd paragraph by paragraph. Wherein the weakenss of his reasons is plainly demonstrated. London: Printed by Richard Baldwin, 1697. [WING L550] [WILLARD 1775].

Laud, William. The Archbishop of Canterbury's speech: of his funeral sermon, preacht by himself on the scaffold on Tower-Hill, on Friday the 10. of January, 1644. … London: Printed by Peter Cole, 1644. [WING L599] [ WILLARD 1632].

_____. A relation of the conference betweene William Lawd, the, Lrd. Bishop of St. Davids; now, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbvry: and Mr. Fisher the Jesuite, by the command of King James of ever blessed memorie. With an answer to such exceptions as A.D. takes against it. By the said Most Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. London: Printed by R. Badger, 1639. [BX5130.L3 1639].

[Lawton, Charlwood]. A French conquest neither desirable nor practicable. … London: Printed by his majesty's servants, 1693. [WING L739] [WILLARD 1633].

Lee, Richard. Cor humiliation & contritum; a sermon. London: 1663. [WING L888] [WILLARD 855].

Leeds, Thomas Osborn, earl of. An account at large of the right honourable the Earl of Danby's arguments at the court of King's-Bench … the 27th day of May, … 1682. London: 1682. [WING L918] [WILLARD 2005].

_____. The arguments of the Right Honourable the Earl of Danby the second t ime, … London: 1682. [WING L922] [WILLARD 2006].

Leeds, Thomas Osborne, 1st duke of. Articles of impeachment of high treason and other high crimes misdemeanours and offenses, against Thomas, earl of Danby, Lord High Treasurer of England…Decemb.23. 1678.… [WILLARD 100].

Legrand, Joachim. Histoire du divorce de Henry VIII … et de Catherine d'Arragon, avec la defense de Sanderus, la refutation des deux premiers livres de l'histoire de la Reformation de M. Burnet, et les preuves. 2 vols. Paris: Martin, Boudot, et Martin, 1688. [CREIGHTON].

[Leighton, Alexander]. A decade of grievances, presented and approved to the Right Honourable and High Court of Parliament, against the hierarchy or government of the lord bishops … [London] 1641. [WING L1023] [WILLIARD 811].

Leopold I, Emperor of Germany. The emperors answer to the French king's manifesto … London: Printed for Brabazon Aylmer, 1688. [WING L1108] [WILLARD 1635].

[Leslie, Charles]. Gallienus Redivivus, or, Murther Will Dut, &c. being a true account of the de-witting of Glencoe Gaffney, &c. … Printed at Edinburgh, 1695. [WING L1134] [WILLARD 1636].

Leslie, John. De orignine, moribvs, & rebus gestis Scotorum libri decem. E quibus septem, veterum Scotorum res in primis memorabiles contractius, reliqui vero tres, posteriorum regum ad nostra tempora historiam, quae huc usque desiderabatur, fusius explicant. Accessit nova & accurate regionum & insuarum Scotiae, cum vera ejusdem topographia tablua, descriptio. Romae, in aedibus populi romani, 1578 nunc denuo recus., 1675. [DA775 L4 1675].

A letter from a gentleman in the city … one in the country; concerning the bill for disabling the Duke of York to inherit the imperial crown of this realm. London: Printed in the year, 1680. [WING L1390] [WILLARD 1776].

A letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in the city. Brs. Signed "Your Humble Servant Christmas Eve." [London: 1680] [WILLARD 2013].

A letter from a gentleman of quality in the countrey, to his friend, upon his being chosen a member to serve in the approaching parliament, and desiring his advice … Printed in the year 1679. [WILLARD 101].

A letter from a person of quality to his friend concerning His Majesties late declaration touching the reasons which moved him to dissolve the two last Parliaments at Westminster and Oxford. [London: 1681]. [WING L1428] [WILLARD 2007].

A letter from Amsterdam, to a friend in England. London: Printed for G.H., 1678. [WING L1439] [WILLARD 1777].

A letter from an independent, to his honoured friend a Presbyterian in London. London: 1645. [WILLARD 840].

A letter from General Ludlow to Dr. Hollingwsorth, their majesties chaplain at St. Botolph-Aldgate. … Amsterdam, 1692. [WING L1469] [WILLARD 1778].

A letter from Major General Ludlow to Sir E[ward] S[eymour]. … Amsterdam: Printed 1691. [WING L1489] [WILLARD 1779].

A letter humbly addrest to the most excellent father of his country, the wife and victorious prince, King William III. … London: F. Darby, 1698. [WING L1551] [WILLARD 1780].

A letter of the officers of the army in Scotland, under the commander in chief there, to the officers of the army in England. [Edinburgh, Printed by Christopher Higgins, 1659] [WILLARD 65].

A letter sent from the inhabitants of Hull to the Right Worshipfull the high Sheriffe … London: 1642. [WILLARD 825].

A letter to a friend, occasioned by my lord Howard of Excricks letter to his friend, with his protestation at the receiving of the blessed sacrament in the Tower, July 3. 1681. c.1 & 2 . [London: Printed for A.B., 1681]. [WILLARD 157].

A letter to a gentleman at Brussels … containing an account of the causes of the peoples revolt from the crown. London: 1689. [WING L1658] [WILLARD 1781].

A letter to a member of the convention of states in Scotland. By a lover of his religion and country. [n.p.]: 1689. [WILLARD 218].

A letter to his Royal Highness the Duke of York, touching his revolt from, or return to the Protestant religion. London: 1681. [WING L1707?] [WILLARD 2009].

A letter to the author of the vindication of the ecclesiastical commissioners, concerning the legality of that court. [Oxford: 1688]. [WING L1727] [WILLARD 1782].

A letter to the author of the vindication of the proceedings of the ecclesiastical commissioners, concerning the legality of that court … [Oxford: 1688]. [WING L1728] [WILLARD 1783].

A letter to the Earl of Shaftesbury this 9th of July, 1680. From Tom Tell-troth, a downright Englishman. [n.p., n.d.]. [WILLARD 120].

A letter to the Lord Fleetwood from an officer in the army. Edinburgh: Printed for Christopher Higgins, 1659. [WILLARD 64].

A letter written to one of the members of Parliament, about the state of this present war. London: 1692. [WILLARD 227].

Lewis, William. The information of William Lewis, gent. delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, the eighteenth of November, 1680 … London: Printed for Randal Taylor, 1680. [WILLARD 120A].

_____. The information of William Lewis, Gent. Delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, the eighteenth of November, 1680. Together with his further narrative relating thereto. In all which is contained confirmation of the Popish Plot, … [No. 17 in bound collection]. London: Printed for Randal Taylor, 1680. [WING L1851] [DA448.P6].

Ley, John. A discourse concerning Puritans. London: 1641. [WILLIARD 814].

Lightfoot, John. Elias Redivivus: a sermon preached before the honorable House of Commons, in the parish of Saint Margaret Westminster, at the publike fast, March 29, 1643. … London: Printed by R. Cotes, for Andrew Crooke, 1643. [WING L2053] [WILLARD 1624].

_____. The works of the reverend and learned John Lightfoot D.D. … In two volumes with the author's life…also three maps: one of the temple drawn by the author himself; the others of Jerusalem and the Holy Land drawn according to the author's chorography, with a description collected out of his writings. London: W.R. for Robert Scot, Homas Basset, Richard Chiswell, and John Wright, 1684. [BR75.L5 1684a v. 1 & 2 OS 1].

Lilly, William. Christian Astrology modestly treated in three books. London: Tho. Brudnell for John Partridge and Hump. Blunden, 1647. [QB26.L71].

Lingard, Richard. A sermon preached before the king at White-Hall, July 26, 1668. … London: Printed by F.M. for John Crook, 1668. [WING L2353] [WILLARD 1625].

Lingue Latine liber dictionaries, quadripartitus: a Latine dictionary in four parts. .. London: Printed for T. Basset, J. Wright, and R. Chiswell, 1684. [CREAMER 436].

[Lisola, Francois Paul de]. Englands appeal from the private cabal at White-Hall to the great council of the nation, the lords and commons in Parliament assembled. … [London]: Anno 1673. [WING L2373] [WILLARD 1614].

A list of one unanimous club of voters in his Majesties Long Parliament, dissolved in 78. [London: 1679]. [WING L2403] [WILLARD 2010].

A list of one unanimous club of voters in his Majesties Long Parliament, dissolved in 78. Very fit to be thought on at the next new choice. [No. 2 in bound collection]. [1679] [WING L 2403] [DA.448 P6].

[Littleton, Edward]. The management of the present war against France consider'd in a letter to a noble lord. … London: Printed for R. Clavel, C. Wilkinson and J. Hindmarsh, 1690. [WING L2579] [WILLARD 1626].

Littleton, Adam. Linguae latinae liber dictionaries quadriparticus … London: Printed for T. Bassett, J. Wright and R. Chiswell, 1684. [PA2365.E5 L76 1684x MILLER]

Little Domesday Book. [Facsimile] 6 vols. [Essex; Norfolk; Sussex]. London: Alecto Historical Editions. [DA190.D42 2000 OS1 v. 1-6].

A lively character of his Maiesties wisdome … 1647. [WILLARD 841].

Lloyd, William, bishop. The difference between the church and court of Rome, considered: in some reflections on a dialogue entituled, a conference between two Protestants and a Papist … London: Printed by Andrew Clark for Henry Brome, 1674. [WING L2677] [WILLARD 1716].

_____. The difference between the church and court of Rome, considered: in some reflections on a dialogue entituled a conference between two Protestants and a Papist. The second edition corrected and augmented. … London: Printed by Andrew Clark for Henry Brome, 1674. [WING L2678] [WILLARD 1717].

_____. A discourse of God's ways of disposing of kingdoms. … London: Printed by H. Hills, for Thomas Jones, 1691. [WING S2679] [WILLARD 1718].

_____. The late apology in behalf of the Papists re-printed and answered, in behalf of the Royallists. London: Printed for M.N., 1667. [WILLARD 1719].

_____. A letter to Dr. Sherlock, in vindication of that part of Josephus's history, which gives an account of Iaddus the high-priest's submitting to Alexander the Great while Darius was living. … London: Printed for Thomas Jones, 1691. [WING L2696] [WILLARD 1720].

_____. A reasonable defence of the seasonable discourse: shewing the necessity of maintaining the established religion in opposition to popery. … London: Printed for H. Brome, 1674. [WING L2692] [WILLARD 1721].

_____. A seasonable discourse shewing the necessity of maintaining the established religion, in opposition to popery. The fourth edition corrected according to the mind of the author. London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1673. [WING L2696] [WILLARD 84].

_____. A sermon at the funeral of Sir Edmund-Berry Godfrey, one of his majesties justices of the peace, who was barbarously murthered. … London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Henry Brome, 1678. [WING L2700] [WILLARD 1710].

_____. A sermon preached at St. Martins in the fields, on November the fifth, 1678. … London: Printed by T.N. for Henry Brome, 1679. [WING L2709] [WILLARD 1722].

_____. A sermon preached before the king at White-Hall. The 24th of Novemb. 1678. … London: Printed by M.C. for Henry Brome, 1679. [WING L2711] [WILLARD 1784].

_____. A sermon preached before their majesties at Whitehall, on the fifth day of November, 1689. Being the anniversary-day of thanksgiving for the great deliverance from gunpowder-treason, and also the day of his majesties happy landing in England. … London: Printed for Robert Clavell, 1689. [WING L2713] [WILLARD 1723].

[Lloyd, William, bp.]. The pretences of the French invasion examined. For the information for the people of England. c. 1 & 2. London: Printed for R. Clavel, 1692. [WILLARD 228].

Lobo, Jeronymo. A short relation of the River Nile, of its sourse and current; of its overflowing the campagnia of Aegypt, till it runs into the Mediterranean: and of other curiosities: written by an eye-witnesse, who lived many years in the chief kingdoms of the Abyssine Empire. London: J. Martyn, 1669. [DT7.L8 PLUME 1669].

Locke, John. An essay concerning humane understanding. In four books … London: Printed for T.Basset, and sold by E. Mory, 1690. [B1290 1690].

_____. An essay concerning humane understanding. In four books. 2nd edition. London: Printed for Awnsham and J. Churchil, at the Black Swan and Samuel Manship at the Ship, 1694. [B1290.1694 OS1].

_____. An essay concerning humane understanding. In four bookes. 4th ed. London: Awnsham and J. Churchil and Samuel Manship, 1700 [B1290 1700].

_____. A second letter concerning toleration … London, 1690.

_____. Some thoughts concerning education. 3rd ed. enl. London: Printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1695. [LB475.L6 1695].

_____. Two treatises of government: in the former, the false principles, and foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and his followers, are detected and overthrown. The latter is an essay concerning the true original, extent, and end of civil government. London: A. Churchill, 1690 [JC153.L8 1690].

Lockyer, Nicolas. A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament: at their late solmn fast, Octob. 28. 1646. … London: Printed by Matthew Simmons, for John Rothwell, 1646. [WING L2800] [WILLARD 41].

Loggan, David. Oxonia illustrate, sive omnium celeberrimae istius Universitatis collegiorum, aularum, Bibliothecae Bodleianae, … Oxoniae: E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1675. [UNCAT 94-8-252 OS2].

The London Gazette. London: Tho. Neuman, 1674-76. [J7.G6 PLUME].

[London. Lord mayor]. The peititon of the lord major, aldermen & commons of the city of London, in common councel assemble; unto the right honorable the Commons of England in Parliament assembled, with the answer of the Parliament thereunto … London: Printed by Matth. Simmons, 1645. [WILLARD 37].

The Long Parliament twice defunct: or, An answer to a seditious pamphlet intituled, The Long Parliament revived… By a zealous yet moderate oppugner of the enemies of his prince and country … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1660. [WILLARD 70].

[Long, Thomas]. The case of persecution charg'd on the Church of England, consider'd and dischar'd, in order to her justification, and a desired union of Protestant dissenters … London: Printed by Freeman Collins, 1689. [WILLARD 212].

_____. A full answer to all the popular objections that have yet appear'd, for not taking the oaths of allegiance to their present majesties, particularly offer'd to the consideration of all such of the divines of the Church of England (and others) as are yet unsatisfied: … London: 1689. [WING L2967] [WILLARD 1724].

_____. The historian unmask'd: or, some reflections on the late history of passive-obedience. … London: 1689. [WING L2969] [WILLARD 1725].

_____. Vox cleri: or, the sense of the clergy, concerning the making of alterations in the established liturgy: with remarks on the discourse converning the ecclesiastical commission, and several letters for alterations. To which is added an historical account of the whole proceedings of the present convocation … Licensed and entered according to order. c. 1 &2. London: Printed and to be sold by R. Taylor. [WING L2986][WILLARD 221].

Louis XIV. The French king's memorial to the Emperor of Germany. London: Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1688. [WING L3129] [WILLARD 1726].

_____. The French king's memorial to the pope. London: Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1688. [WING L3130. Also listed as L3126] [WILLARD 1727].

[Louis XIV]. An edict of the French kings upon the declaration made by the clergy of France, of their opinions touching ecclesiastical power. Registred in Parliament 23rd of March, 1682. London: Printed for Robert Clavell, 1682. [WILLARD 163].

The loyal protestants vindication, fairly offered to all those sober minds who have the art of using reason, and the power of suppressing passion, but a Queen Elizabeth protestant. C. 1&2. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1680. [WILLARD 119].

[Lucas, Richard]. Practical Christianity; or an account of the holinesse which the gospel enjoyns, with the motives to it, and the remedies it proposes against temptations, with a prayer concluding each distinct head. 3rd. ed. London: Printed by George Pawlet, 1685. [WILLARD 189].

Machiavelli, Niccolo. The works of the famous Nicolas Machiavel, citizen and secretary of Florence … newly and faithfully translated into English. London: P. Clavel, C. Harper, J. Amery, J. Robinson, A. and J. Churchil, 1695. [CREIGHTON COLLECTION].

Mackenzie, Sir George. A defence of the antiquity of the royal line of Scotland. With a true account of when the Scots were govern'd by kings in the isle of Britain. London: R. Chiswell, 1685. [In reply to the Bishop Stillingfleet Origines britannicae]. [DA777.3 M15].

_____. The antiquity of the royal line of Scotland farther cleared and defended, against the exceptions lately offer'd by Dr. Stillingfleet, in his vindication of the bishop of St. Asaph. London: Printed for J. Hindman, 1686. [DA777.M16].

[Macky, John]. A view of the court of St. Germain, from the year 1690, to 95, with an account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there. … London: Printed for R. Baldwin, 1696. [WING M221] [WILLARD 1728].

Macnamara, John. The several informations of John Mac-Namarra, Maurice Fitzgerrald, Gent. And James Nash: relating to the horrid Popish Plot in Ireland: … [No. 20 in bound collection]. London: John Wright, 1680. [DA448.P6].

Maimbourg, Louis. The history of the League. Written in French by Monsieur Maimbourg. Tr. into English according to His Majestie's command by Mr. Dryden. London: Printed for M. Flesher for J. Tonson, 1684 [DC120.M22].

Malory, Sir Thomas. Le Morte d'Arthur. Printed by William Caxton. 1485. Reproduced in facsimile from the copy in the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, with an introduction by Paul Needham. London: The Scolar Press in association with the Pierpont Morgan Library, 1976. [PR2040.1976c OS1].

A manifestation directed to the honourable Houses of Parliament in England, sent for the Lord Inchequin, the Lord Broghill, Sir Wil. Fenton, Sir Percy Smith and others containing the reasons of their now opposing the cessation with the blood-thirsty Irish rebels … corrected, and amended. London: Printed for J. Wright, 1644. [WILLARD 35].

Manningham, Thomas, bp. The nature and effects of superstition. In a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, on Saturday, the fifth of November, 1692. … London: Thomas Braddyll and Robert Everingham, 1692. [WING M493] [WILLARD 1729].

_____. A sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. Andrews Holborn, the 30th of December, 1694. On the most lamented death of our most gracious sovereign Queen Mary. … London: Printed for Sam. Smith and Benj. Walford, and Eliz. Crooke, 1695. [WING M504] [WILLARD 1730].

Mansell, Roderick. An exact and true narrative of the late Popish Intrigue, to form a plot, etc.. [No. 16 in bound collection]. London: Tho. Cockerill, Benj. Alsop, 1680. [DA448.P6].

Marmora oxoniensia, ex Arundellianis, Seldenianis, aliisque conflate. Recensuit, & perpetuo commentario explicavit Hvmphridvs Prideavx … Appositis ad eorum nonnulla Seldeni & Lydiati annotationibus. Accessit Sertorii Ursati Patavini De notice Romanorum commentarius. Oxonii: Theatro Sedloniano, 1676. [CN965.O9M3 OS1].

Marshall, Stephen. The churches lamentation for the good man his losse: delivered in a sermon to the right honourable the two Houses of Parliament, and the reverend assembly of divines, at the funeral of that excellent man John Pym, Esquire, late a member of the h onourable House of Commons. … London: Printed for Stephen Bowtell, 1644. [WING M794] [WILLARD 1736].

[Marshall, Stephen]. The humble answer of the divines attending the honourable commissioner of Parliament, at theTreaty at Newport in the isle of Wight … London: Printed for Abel Roper, 1660. [WING M758] [WILLARD 1731].

Marvell, Andrew. The rehearsal transpros'd: or, Animadversions upon a late book, intituled, A preface shewing what grounds there are of fears and jeolousies of popery. 2nd impression. London: Printed by J.D. for the assigns of John Calvin and Theodore Beza, 1672. [PR3546.A656 1672].

_____. The rehearsal tranpros'd [sic]: or, animadversions upon a late book intituled [sic] "A preface shewing what grounds there are of fears and jealousies of popery". London: Printed by A.B. for the assigns of John Calvin and Theodore Beza, at the sign of the King's indulgence on the South-side of the Lake Lemane, 1672. [MILLER 14]

_____. The rehearsal transpros'd: the second part / occasioned by Two Letters … Answered by Andrew Marvel. London: Printed for Nathaneil Ponder at the Peacock in chancery Lane near Fleet Street, 1673. 1st ed. [MILLER 15]

[Masters, Samuel]. The case of allegiance in our present circumstances consider'd. … London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1689. [WING M1067] [WILLARD 1737].

Mather, Cotton. The serviceable man; a discourse made unto the General Court of the Massachusets Colony, New-England at the anniversary election. Boston: J. Browning, 1690. [BV4260.M5 1690 PLUME].

Matters of Fact in the present election of Sheriifs, for the year ensuing, faithfully reported: and the miscarriages of my Lord Mayor and some other persons in this matter. London: J. Johnson, 1682. [WING M1304] [WILLARD 1552].

Maurice, Henry. A sermon preached before the king at White-Hall, on January the 30th, 1681. … London: Printed by Samuel Roycroft, for Robert Clavell, 1682. [WING M1370] [WILLARD 1741].

[Maurice, Henry]. A letter out of the country, to a member of this present Parliament: occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the tower, and now under suspension.…London: Printed for Awnsham Churchill, 1689. [WING M1365] [WILLARD 1738].

_____. A letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishop lately in the tower, and now under suspension. London: 1689. [WING M1366] [WILLARD 1739].

_____. Remarks from the country; upon the two letters relating to the convocation and alterations in the liturgy. London: 1689/90. [WING M1369] [WILLARD 1740].

Mayhew, Thomas. Upon the joyfull and welcome return of his sacred majestie, Charles the Second … London: 1660. [WILLARD 853].

[Mayne, Jasper]. A sermon preached concerning unity and agreement. Preached at Carfax Church in Oxford, August 9. 1646. … [Oxford: by L. Lichfield], 1646. [WING M1476] [WILLARD 1742].

Memoirs of the life of Anthony, late earl of Shaftsbury; with a speech of the English consul at Amsterdam concerning him, and an letter from a burger there about his death … London: Printed for Walter Davis, 1682/3. [WINGM 1671] [WILLARD 165].

A memorial from the English Protestants for their Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Orange. [London: 1688]. [WING M1686] [WILLARD 2012].

A memorial of God's last twenty nine years wonders in England, for its preservation and deliverance from popery and slavery: … London: Printed by J. Rawlins, 1689. [WING M1691] [WILLARD 1687].

Mercurius, Hibernicus, pseud. A pacquet of Popish delusions, false miracles, and lying ownders: together with many grand divisions among the Papists … Whereunto is added, the Papists dissentions from the Protestant … the differences of the Protestants among themselves … by Mercurius Hibernicus. London: 1681. [WING P158] [WILLARD 868].

Mercuius Rusticus: or, the countries complaint of the barbarous outrages committed by the sectaries of this late flourishing kingdom. Together with a brief chronology of the battles, sieges, conflicts, and other most remarkable passages, from the beginning of this unnatural war, to the 25th of March, 1646. London: Richard Green, 1685. [DA410 R68 1685].

Meroz cursed. Or, a sermon, preached to the honourable House of Commons, at their late solemn fast, Febr. 23. 1641 … London: Printed by R. Badger, for Samuel Gellibrand, 1641. [WING M762] [WILLARD 815].

_____. A peace-offering to God a sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at their publique thanksgiving, September 7. 1641. for the peace concluded between England and Scotland … London: Printed by T. P. and M.S. for Samuel Man, 1641. [WING M766] [WILLARD 1723].

_____. Reformation and desolation: or, a sermon tending to the discovery of symptomes of a people to whom God will by no meanes be reconciled. … London: Printed for Samuel Gellibrand, 1642. [WING M770] [WILLARD 826].

_____. A sacred panegyrick, or a sermon of thanks-giving, preached to the two Houses of Parliament, his excellency the Earl of Essex, the Lord Major, court of aldermen, and common councell of the city of London, the reverend assembley of divines, and commissioners from the church of Scotland. … London, Printed for Stephen Bowtell, 1644. [WING M772] [WILLARD 1733].

_____. A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament, at their publike fast, November 17. 1640 … London: Printed by I. Okes, for Samuel Man, 1641. [WING M776] [WILLARD 1734].

_____. The song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the lambe: … London: Printedc for Sam: Man and Sam: Gellibrand, 1643. [WING M789] [W1735].

Mechanick exercises: or, The doctrine of handyworks. Applied to the art of bricklayers-works. London: Printed for an sold by J. Moxon, 1700. [WILLARD 247].

Mede, Joseph. The apostacy of the latter times. … London: Printed for L.H. for Samuel Man, 1644. [WING M1592] [WILLARD 1743].

_____. Churches, that is, appropriate places for Christian worship … London: M.F. for John Clark, 1638. [STC 17765].

_____. The name Altar, or … anciently given to the holy table. A common-place, of theologicall discourse, in a Colledge Chappell, more than two yeares since. London: 1637. [STC 17768]. [WILLARD 1839].

Meggot, Richard. A sermon preached before the right honourable the lord major and alderman, &c. at Guild-Hall Chappel, January the 30th 164 3/4. … London: Printed for Nathaniel Brooke, [1647]. [WING M1621] [WILLARD 1744].

A melius inquirendum into the birth of the Prince of Wales: or An account of several new depositions and arguments pro and con, and the final decision of that affair by the grad inquest of Europe, being a supplement to the depositions publish'd by authority in October last. London: Printed for J.Wilks, 1689 [DA432 1689 M46 OS1].

Melville, Sir James. The memoires of Sir James Melvil of Hal-Hill: containing an impartial account of the most remarkable affairs of state during the last age, not mention'd by other historians: more particularly relating to the kingdoms of England and Scotland, under the reigns of Queen Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots, and King James. London: Printed by E.H. for R. Boulter, 1683. [DA785.M53 1683].

Mercurius Caledonius. Comprising the affairs now in agitation in Scotland: with a survey of foreign intelligence. Conamur Tenue Grandia. From Monday Decemb. 31 to Tuesday, Jan. 8th, 1661. [DA803.1 1661 M5 Dec. 31, 1660-Jan. 8, 1661.

Mercurius publicus, comprising the sum of all the affairs now in agitation in England, Scotland, and Ireland, together with foreign intelligence; for information of the people and to prevents false news. [Dec. 1659-Sept. 3, 1663] London: Printed by J. Newcomb. [DA431 M5].

Mervyn, Sir Audeley. A speech made by Captaine Audley Mervin to the upper House of Parliament in Ireland, March 4. 1640 … [London]: Printed for Hugh Perry, Anno Dom. 1641. [WING M1889] [WILLIARD 1746].

Middleton, Tho. A Tragic-coomodie, called the Witch; long since acted by His Maties Servants at the Black-Friers. Unpublished. [100 copies privately printed by Isaac Reed, from the original mss]. [London: 1778]. [UNCAT 95-2-1 PLUME].

[Miege, Guy]. A complete history of the late revolution from the first rise of it to this present time. In three parts, shewing I. The growth of Popery in England … II. Our imminent ruin in his Popish successor King James. III. Our wonderful and happy deliverance , by the Prince of Orange … To which is added & postscript by way of seasonable advice to the Jacobite party. London: Printed for Samuel Clement, 1691. [DA430.M56].

Milton, John. Aeropagitica; A speech of Mr. John Milton for the liberty of vnlicence'd printing, to the parlament of England … [quotation from Euripid. Hicetid. With an English translation]. London: 1644. 1st ed. [Z657.M66 1644 PLUME].

_____. A Complete collection of the historical, political, and miscellaneous works of John Milton, both English and Latin. With som[sic] papers never before publish'd. In three volumes. To which is prefix'd the life of the author. Amsterdam, Finish'd in the Year 1698. [MILLER OS 18]

_____. The doctrine & discipline of divorce: restor'd to the good of both sexes, from the bondage of canon law … London: [s.n.], 1644. [HQ813 M5 1644x MILLER].

_____. Eikonoklastes, an answer to a book intitil'd ‘Eikon Basiliki,' the portraiture of his sacred majesty in his solitudes and sufferings / by I. M. London: Printed by Matthew Simmons, 1649. [1st state of 1st edition.] [MILLER 19]

_____. Eikonoklastes in answer to a book intitl'd Eikon basilike, the portraiture of his sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings. The author I. M. [1st ed.]. London, Printed by M. Simmons, 1649. [DA400 C49 M6 1649].

_____. Epistolarum familiarum liber unus: quibus accesserunt, eiusdem, iam olim in collegio adolescentis, prolusions quaedam oratoriae. London: Brabazoni Aylmeri, 1674. [MILLER 20]

_____. The History of Britain, that part especially now call'd England / by John Milton. [Second issue of 1st ed. London: Printed by J.M. for James Allestry, 1670.

_____. The history of Britain, that part especially now call'd England. From the first traditional beginning,continu'd to the Norman Conquest. London: Printed by J. M. for James Allestry, 1670. [DA135.M5].

_____. Ionnis Miltoni Angli pro populo anglicano defensio: … 1st ed. 3rd imprint. Londini: Du Gardinianis, 1651. [DA395.A3 S23 1651bx MILLER].

_____. Ionnis Miltonl Angli Pro populo anglicano defensio: … Londini [i.e. Amsterdam]: Du Gardinianis [i.e. Elzevier], 1651. [DA396.A3 S23 1651x MILLER c.2].

_____. John Milton. Facsimiles of autographs and documents in the British Musuem. London: Published by order of the trustees of the British Musuem on the occasion of the Milton Tercentenary, 1908. [UNCAT 96-4-409 OS2].

_____. Letter of state, to most of the sovereign princes and republicks of Europe, from the year 1649 till the year 1659 / by John Milton. London: 1694. [MILLER 24].

_____. Literae pseudo-senatus anglicani, Cromwellii, reliquorumque perduellium nominee ac iussu conscriptae /by John Milton. [London:] 1676. [MILLER 25]

_____. Of reformation touching church discipline in England: and the causes that hitherto have hindred [sic] it. Two books, written to a friend. [London]: Printed, for Thomas Underhill, 1641. [MILLER 26].

_____. Paradise lost: a poem in twelve books. 2nd ed. London: S. Simmons, 1674. [PR3560 1674].

_____. Paradise lost: a poem in ten books / the author John Milton. London: Printed by S. Simmons, 1669. [PR3560 1669x MILLER].

_____. Paradise lost: a poem, in twelve books / the authour John Milton. The fourth Edition, Adorn'd with Sculptures. [First illustrated edition ]. London: Printed by Miles Flesher, for Jacob Tonson, at the Judge's Head in Chancer-lane near Fleet-Street, 1688. Bound with Paradise Regain'd, 1688. [MILLER 48 PLUME].

_____. Paradise lost: in ten books. The text exactly reproduced ffrom the first edition of 1667. With an appendix containing the additions made in later issue and a monograph of the original publication of the poem. London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1873. [PR3560 1867a].

_____. Paradise regain'd: a poem: in IV books, to which is added Samson Agonistes / the author John Milton. London: Printed by J. M[acock] for John Starkey, 1671. [PR3563 1671x MILLER].

_____. Paradise regain'd: a poem: in IV books,: to which is added Samson Agonistes / the author John Milton. London: Printed by R.Ed. and are to be sold by Randal Taylor near Stationers-Hall, 1688. Bound with Paradise Lost, 1688). [MILLER 48 PLUME

_____. Poems of Mr. John Milton, both in English and Latin, compos'd at several times. / Printed by his true Copies … Printed and publish'd according to ORDER. London: Printed by Ruth Raworth for Humphrey Moscley, and are to be sold at the signe of the Princes Arms in Pauls [sic] Church-yard, 1645. [MILLER 49 PLUME]

_____. Poems, &c. upon several occasions / by Mr. John Milton. London: Printed for Thomas Dring, 1673. [MILLER 28]

_____. Pro populo angliano defensio: contra Claudii Anonymi, alias Salmsasii, Defensionem regiam / Joannis Miltonii Angli. Londini [i.e. Amsterdam]: Typis Du Gardianis [i.e. Louis Elzevier], 1651. [DA396.A3 S23 1651bx MILLER].

_____. Pro populo anglicano defensio secunda. [Reissue of 2nd ed.]. Hagae-Comitvm: Adriani Vlacq, 1654. [DA396.A3 S23 1651x MILLER].

_____. Pro populo anglicano defensio secunda. Londini [i.e. Amsterdam]: Neucominias, 1654. [DA3429.D55 R33 1654x MILLER].

_____. [Pro populo anglicano defensio. English]. A defence of the people of England in answer to Salmasius' Defence of the King. [Amsterdam?]: [s.n.], 1692. [DA396.A3 S2313 1692x MILLER].

_____. [Pro populo anglicano defensio. English]. A defence of the people of England in answer to Salmasius's Defence of the King. [DA 396.A3 S4 1695].

_____. [Pro populo anglicano defensio. English]. A defence of the people of England. In answer to Salmasius's Defence of the King. [2nd ed.]. [London]: [s.n.], 1695.

_____. The Reason of church-government urg'd against prelaty / by Mr. John Milton. In two books. London: Printed by E.G. for John Rothwell, 1641. [1st ed.] [MILLER 31].

_____. The Tenure of kings and magistrates / by J. M. London: Matthew Simmons, 1649. [MILLER 32]

[Milton, John]. Artis logicae, plenior institutio ad Petri Rami methodum concinnata / by John Milton. Londini: Impensis Spencer Hickman, Societatis regalis typographi, 1672. [MILLER 17]

Minshaei, John. Minshaie Emendatio, vel a mendis expurgation, sue Augmentation sui Ductoris in Linguas, The Gvide to the Tongues. London Iohn Haviland, 1627. [PE1620.M72 OS1].

Minute Book of the Wirksworth Presbyterian Classis, 1651-1658. With Introduction and notes by J. Charles Cox. From the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society's Journal, Vol. II., January, 1880. London: Bemrose & Sons, [n.d.]. Bound volume indicates ‘Historical Pamphlets English' on spine. [CREIGHTON (Pamphlets)].

[Mocket, Richard]. God and the king: or, a dialogue, shewing, that our sovereign lord the king of England, being immediate under God within his dominions, doth rightly claim whatsoever is required by the oath of allegiance … London: Imprinted 1663. [WING M2302] [WILLARD 1747].

A Modest answer to a printed pamphlet, entituled, A speech lately made by a noble peer of the realm. [n.p., n.d.]. [WILLARD 124].

A modest enquiry into the causes of the present disasters in England. And who they are that brought the French fleet into the English Channel, described. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1690. [WING M2367] [WILLARD 1619].

A modest enquiry into the cases of the present disasters in England and who they are that brought the French fleet into the English Channel described. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1690. Bound with Pierce, Thomas. The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

A modest vindication of the Earl of S y: in a letter to a friend concerning his being elected King of Poland. London: 1681. [WING M2375] [WILLARD 2015].

Molloy, Charles. De jure maritime et navali; or, A treatise of affaires maritime and of commerce. London: Printed for J. Bellinger, 1676. [JX4410.M76 1676].

Montagu, Ralph Montagu, 1st duke. Two letters from Mr. Montagu to the Ld Treasurer … which were read in the House of Commons. Together with the Lord Treasurer's speech in the House of Peers, upon an impeachment of high treason … c. 1 & 2. London: Printed by Jonathan Edwin, 1679. [WING 93].

Montanus, Arnoldus. Atlas japannensis: being remarkable addresses by way of embassy for the East-India company of the United Provinces, to the emperor of Japan. Containing a description of their several territories, cities, temples, and fortresses; their religions, laws and customs… London: T. Johnson, 1670. [DS808.M76 OS 1].

Moore, John, bishop. A sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor, and the court of aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, on the 28thof May, 1682. … London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1682. [WING M2552] [WILLARD 1749].

_____. Of religious melancholy. A sermon preach'd before the queen at White-Hall, March the VIth. 1691/2. … London: Printed for William Rogers, 1692.

More, Henry. Enchiridion ethicum, praecipua moralis philosophiae rudimenta complectens, illustrate ut plurimum veterum monumentis, & ad probitatem vitae perpetuo accommodate. Amstelodami: Jacobum de Zetter, 1679. [BJ991.M68 1679].

[More, Henry]. A brief discourse of the real presence of the body and blood of Christ in the celebration of the holy eucharist: … London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1686. [WING M2643] [WILLARD 1750].

[Morer, Thomas]. An account of the present persecution of the church of Scotland, in several letters. London: Printed for S. Cook, 1690. [WING M2722] [WILLARD 1751].

Moreri, Louis. The great historical geographical and poetical dictionary; being a curious miscellany of sacred and prophane history. 6th ed. Enlarged and corrected by LeClerk. London: Henry Rhodes, Luke Meredith, John Harris, and Thomas Newborough, 1694. [D9.N82 v. 1 & 2].

Morley, George, bishop. A sermon preached at the magnificent coronation of the most high and mighty kind Charles the IId … London: Printed by R. Norton for T. Garthwait, 1661. [WING M2794] [WILLARD 1752].

Morney, Philip. The mysterie of iniqvitie: That is to say the historie of the papacie. Declaring by what degrees it is now mounted to this height, and what oppositions the better for from time to rim haue made against it. Where is also defended the right of Emperours, King, and Christian Princes against the assertions of the Cardinals, Bellarmine and Baronius. Trans. by Samson Lennard. London: Adam Flip, 1612. [BX953 M713 1612].

Morton, Thomas. An exact account of Romish doctrin in the case of conspiracy and rebellion. London: 1679. [WING 861].

Du Moulin, Peter. Regii sanquinis clamor ad coelum adversus parricidas Anglicanos. Hagae-comitvm: Adriani Vlac, 1652. [PR3429.D55 R3 1652x MILLER].

A most serious expostulation with several of my fellow-citizens in reference to their standing so high for the D. Y.'s interest at the juncture of time. [No. 4 in bound collection]. [London: 1680]. [WING Y. 1] [DA448.P6].

Moxon, Joseph. A tutor to astronomy and geography. Or an easie and speedy way to know the use of both the globes, celestial and terrestrial. 4th ed. London: S. Roycroft for Joseph Moxon, 1686. [QB41.M874].

_____. Mechanick exercises: or, the doctrin of handyworks. Applied to the art of house-carpentry … 2nd ed. With additions. London: Printed and sold by J. Moxon, 1694. [WILLARD 235].

[Munro, Alexander]. A letter to a friend, giving an account of all the treatises that have been publish'd, with relation to the present persecution against the Church of Scotland. … London: Joseph Hindmarsh, 1692. [WING M2440] [WILLARD 1748].

Musarum Anglicanarum Analecta: … v. 1 & 2 and c. 2 v. 1. Oxon: Theatro Sheldoniano, John Crosley and Sam. Smith Bibliopol. Lond., 1699. [PA8125.F7M85 1699]

N., N. A letter from Oxford (signed N. N.) concerning Mr. Samuel Johnson's late book … Oxford: 1693. [WING N40] [WILLARD 231].

_____. A letter (signed N. N.), concerning Mr. Samuel Johnson's late book … Oxford: 1693. [WING N40] [WILLARD 1688].

N., T. The popes supremacy destroyed by the French king as it was by King Henry VIII. of England. Communicated in a letter from Paris, 25 March, 1682. [London: Printed for J. Wilkins, 1682]. [WING N79] [WILLARD 164].

Nalson, John. An impartial collection of the great affairs of state, from the beginning of the Scotch rebellion in the year MDCXXXIX, to the murther of Charles I. 2 vols. London: Printed for S. Mearne, 1682-3. [DA410.N17 OS1 v. 1 & 2].

_____. The true protestants appeal to the city and countrey. c.1 & 2. [London: 1681]. [WILLARD 152].

Narbrough, Sir John. A particular narrative of the burning in the port of Tripoli, four men of war, belonging to those corsairs, by Sir John Narbrough … [ London]: Printed by Tho: Newcomb, 1676. [WILLARD 98].

Naunton, Sir Robert. Fragmenta regalia; or, Observations on the late Queen Elizabeth, her times and favorites. 1641. [DA350.N32 1641].

Nayler, James. A message from the spirit of truth, unto the holy seed, who are chosen out of the world, and are lovers and followers of the light. London: T. Simmons, 1658. [BX7732.N29].

[Nedham, Marchamont]. Christianissimus Christianandus. Or, reason for the reduction of France to a more Christian state in Europ. … London: Printed by Henry Hills, for Jonathan Edwain, 1678. [WING N383] [WILLARD 1689].

_____. Digitus Dei: or, God's justice upon the treachery and treason; exemplified in the life and death of the late James Duke of Hamilton. … London: 1649. [WING N386] [WILLARD 1690].

_____. Honesty's best policy; or, pentinence the sum of prudence: … [London: 1677]. [WING N390] [WILLARD 1691].

_____. A pacquet of advices and animadversions, sent from London to the men of Shaftsbury: which is of use for all his majesties subjects in the three kingdoms. … London: 1676. [WING N400] [WILLARD 1693].

_____. A second pacquet of advices and animadversions sent to the men of Shaftsbury. … London: 1677. [WING N403] [WILLARD 1692].

[Netherlands]. The letter sent by the States General of the united provinces of the Low Countreys to His Majesty, … London: 1673. [WING N485] [WILLARD 2018].

Neville, Henry. Plato redivivus: or, A dialogue concerning government, wherein, by observations drawn from other kingdoms and states both ancient and modern, an endeavour is used to discover the present politick distemper of our own, with the causes, and remedies. 2nd ed. With additions. London: Printed for S. I., 1681. [JC153.N5 1681a].

A new and true catalogue of the House of Lords, together with the knights, citizine, burgess, and barons of the Cinque=Ports, that were returned to serve in the Parliament of England assembled at Oxford the 21th of March, 1681. [No. 37 in bound collection]. [s.n.]. [DA448.P6].

A new declaration of the confederate princes and states against Lewis the Fourteenth, king of France, and Navarr. Delivered in a late audience at Versailles, July the 15th, 1689. Translated out of French. London: Printed for Tim. Goodwin, 1689. [D279.5.N4713].

A new declaration of the confederate princes and states against Lewis the Fourteenth, King of France, and Navarr. Delivered in a late audience at Versailles, July the 15th, 1689. Translated out of the French. 2 copies. London: Printed for Tim. Goodwin, 1689. [WING N611] [WILLARD 213].

The new oath of allegiance justified, form the original constitution of the English monarch. London: Printed and to be sold by Randal Taylor, 1689. Bound with: The last year transactions…The present settlement vindicated and the late mis-government proved … - K. William, or K. Lewis, Where is set forth the inevitable necessity these nation lye under … - (Bohun, Edmund). The doctrine of non-resistance or passive obedience.. . – The anatomy of a Jacobite-Tory. – (Johnson, Samuel). Reflections on the history of passive obedience … (Bambrigg, Thomas). Seasonable reflections … - (Bohun, Edmund). The history of the desertion. (Bohun, Edmund). An answer to the desertion discussed… - A Collection of papers relating to affairs in England and Scotland. [WILLARD 220].

A new plea for the Parliament. And the reserved man resolved: from the serious consideration of the state of the controversie betweene the King and Parliament … By a wel-Willer to King and Parliament. [London:

Imprinted for Henry Overton, 1642]. [WING N704] [WILLARD 19].

A new test of the Church of England's loyalty, examined by the old test of truth and honesty. London: Printed by R.G., 1687. [WING N781] [WILLARD 1694].

A new test of the Church of Englands loyalty. With allowance. London: Printed for N.T., 1687. [WING N783] [WILLARD 1695].

New-years-gift for the Lord Chief in Justice Scgs., being some remarks on his speech made the first day of Michaelmas Term, 1679. [No. 29 in bound collection]. [London: s.n., 1679]. [WING N 807] [DA448.P6].

Newcomen, Matthew. The all-seeing unseen eye of God. Discovered in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons; at Margarets Westminster, December 30. 1646. being the day o their solemne monethly fast. … London: Printed by A.M. for Christopher Meredith, 1647. [WING N904] [WILLARD 1696].

_____. The craft and cruelty of the churches adversaries, discovered in a sermon preached at St. Margarets in Westminster, before the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, Novemb. 5. 1642. … London: Printed by G.M. for Christopher Meredith, 1643. [WING N908] [WILLARD 1697].

Newton, Sir Isaac. Opticks: or, a treatise on the refractions, inflexions and colours of light. Also two treatises of the pseicies and magnitude of curvilinear figures. [1st ed.] London: Printed for S. Smith and B. Walford, 1704. [QC353.N556 PLUME].

[Neewsam, Thomas]. The thoughts of a private person; about the justice of the gentlemen's undertaking at York. Nov. 1688. … [London], 1689. [WING N1039] [WILLARD 1698].

Nichols, John. The progresses and public processions of Queen Elizabeth. Among which are interspersed other solemnities, public expenditures, and remarkable events during the reign of that illustrious princess. Collected from original manuscripts, scarce pamphlets, corporation records, parochial registers, etc., etc., with historical notes. 3 vols. London: Printed by and for John Nichols, 1823. [DA356.N61 1823 v.1-3]

Nievhoff, John. An embassy from the East-India company of the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham emperor of China, deliver'd by Their Excellencies Peter de Gloyer and Jacob de Keyzer at his imperial city of Peking. [Bound with Montanus. Atlas Japannensis]. 1673. [DS808.M76 OS1].

A ninth collection of papers to the present juncture of affairs in England. London: 1689. [WING L1164] [WILLARD 1699].

North, John. A sermon preached before the king at Newmarket October 8. 1671 … Cambridge: Printed by John Hayes, 1671. [WING N1289] [WILLARD 1700].

_____. The theory and regulation of love. A moral essay, in two parts, To which are added, Letters philosophical and moral, between the author and Dr. Henry More. Oxford: Printed at the Theatre for H. Clements, 1688. [BF575.L8 N8 1688].

_____. Treatises upon several subjects , formerly printed singly, now collected into one volume. London: Printed for S. Manship, 1697. [UNCAT 95-5-386].

[Northleigh, John]. The parallel: or, the new specious association an old rebellious convenant, closing with a disparity between a true patriot, and a factious associator. London: 1682. [WING N1301] [WILLARD 2011].

_____. Parliamentum pacificum: or, the happy union of king and people in an healing Parliament: heartily wish't for, and humbly recommended, by a true Protestant, and no Dissenter. London: Printed by M. Turner, 1688. [WING N1302] [WILLARD 1701].

[Nye, Philip]. A declaration of the faith and order owned and practiced in the Congregational Churches in England; agreed upon the consented unto by their elders and messengers in their meeting at the Savoy, October 12. 1658. London: Printed by John Field, 1659. [WING N1487] [WILLARD 1702].

[Nye, Stephen]. An accurate examination of the principal texts usually alledged for the divinity of our saviour; and for the satisfaction by him made to the justice of God, for the sins of men: … London: 1692. [WING A438] [WILLARD 1703].

_____. A brief history of the Unitarians, called also Socinians. … 2nd ed. Printed in the year, 1691. [WING N1505v] [WILLARD 1704].

_____. Considerations on the explications of the doctrine of the trinity, occasioned by four sermons preached by his grace the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. … Printed in the year 1694. [WILLARD 1706].

_____. Considerations on the explications of the doctrine of the trinity, … Printed in the year 1693. [WING C5912] [WILLARD 1705].

_____. Observations on the four letters of Dr. John Wallis, concerning the trinity and the creed of Athanasius. London: 1691. [WILLARD 1707]

_____. Reflections on two discourses concerning the divinity of our Saviour: written by Monsieur Lamoth in French, and done into English. … London: 1693. [WING R712] [WILLARD 1708].

_____. Some thoughts upon Dr. Sherlock's vindication of the doctrine of the holy trinity. … 2nd ed, with enlargements. London: 1691. [WING S4629] [WILLARD 1709].

_____. The Trinitarian scheme of religion, concerning almighty God; and makind, considered both before and after the (pretended) fall: with notes thereupon; which notes contain also the Unitarian scheme. London: 1692. [WING T2283] [WILLARD 1711].

Oates, Titus. The account of the manner of executing a writ of inquiry of damages: between his royal highness James, Duke of York, & c., and Titus Oates … London: Printed for Benj. Tooke, 1684. [WILLARD 169].

_____. An exact and faithful narrative of the horrid conspiracy of Thomas Knox, William Osborne, and John Lane, to invalidate the testimonies of Dr. Titus Oates, and Mr William Bedlow; by charing them with a malicious contrivance against the E. of Danvy and the said Dr. Oates with an attempt of sodomy. [No. 14 in bound collection]. London: Tho. Parkhurst, Tho. Cockerill, Benj. Alsop, 1680. [DA448.P6].

_____. Relation veritable de l'horrible conspiration des papistes contre la personne sacree du roy … presentee de sa majeste par la Sieur Oates … Londres: Chez Thomas Newcomb etc., 1679. [WILLARD 863].

_____. A true narrative of the horride plot and conspiracy of the Popish Party against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the government, and the Protestant religion: … London: 1679. [WING O59] [WILLARD 2072].

Observations on the militial bill now under the consideration of Parliament, wherein the material alterations are pointed out. London: Printed by J. Towers, [n.d.]. [WILLARD 1303].

Observations upon a late libel, called A letter from person of quality to his friend, concerning the kings declaration, & c. c. 1 &2. [London: Printed for C. Mason, 1691]. [WILLARD 158].

Ogilby, John. Britannia, volume the first. Or, an illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a geographical and historical description of the principal roads thereof. London: Printed by the author, 1675. [Amsterdam, Theatrvm Orbis Terrarvm, c1970]. [Theatrvm orbis terrarum; a series of atlases in facsimile. 5th series., v. 2) [DA615.O35 1675a OS1]

Oldham, John. The works of Mr. John Oldham, together with his remains. London: Jo. Hindmarsh, 1686. [PR3605.04 1686].

Olivia Pacis. Ad illustrissimum celsissimumq; Oliverum, Reipub. Angliae, Acotiae & Hiberniae dominum protectorem; de pace cum doederatis Belgis feliciter sancita, Carmen, cantabrigiense. [Celebration of treaty of peace with Holland, 1654]. Cambridge University, 1654. [DA427.1 1654].

Orrery, Roger Boyle Earl of. Parthenissa, the most fam'd romance. Six volumes compleat. London: Henry Herringman, 1676. [PR3607.O4 P3 1676 OS1].

Ormonds, James Butler, duke of. A letter from his grace James Duke of Ormond, … concerning the rebellion in Ireland. London: 1682. [WING O448] [WILLARD 2008].

Osborn, Francis. Advice to a son, or directions for our better conduct … 6th ed. Oxford: H.H. for Tho: Robinson, 1658. [PR3607.07A68 1658 pt. 1].

_____. Advice to a son. The second part. London: Printed for Tho. Robinson in Oxford, 1658. [PR3607.07A68 1658].

Owen, James. The history of images and of image-worship shewing, the original and progress of idolatry among Pagans, Jews, and Christians: with a refutation of the Second Council of Nice, and of other advocates for idolatory. London: T. Parkhurst and J. Lawrence, 1709. [BL485.O8].

P., J. A letter to a friend in the countrey: being a vindication of the Parliaments who preceeding this last session …[London: 1681]. [WING P55] [WILLARD 2049].

[Paine, William]. A second letter to Mr. Miles Prance, in reply to the ghost of Sir Edmond-bury Godfrey. [WILLARD 175].

Palladio, Andrea. The First Book of Architecture, by Andrea Palladio. Translated out of Italian: With an Appendix Touching Doors and Windows, by Pr Le Muet, Translated out of French, by G.R. To which are Added Designes of Floors lately made at Somerset-House, and the framing of House after the best manner Of English Building, with their Proportions and Scatinlings. London: Printed by J. M and sold by G. Richards, 1663. [NA2515.P21 1663].

Palmer, Herbert. The Glasses of God's providence towards his faithfull ones / by Herbert Palmer. London: Printed by G.M. for Th. Underhill, 1644. [MILLER 36]

The paper which was seized in the E. of Shaftsbury's closet by Francis Gwin, esquire, on the clerks of his majesties privy council, and read November 24. 1681. at the Old Baily, before his majesties commissioners of oyer and terminer. [London: Printed for Sam. Mearns, and Jo. Baker, 1681]. [WING P289] [WILLARD 154].

Paris, Matthew. Historia major. Juxta exemplar Londinense 1571, verbatim recusa. Et cum Rogeri Wendoveri, Willielmi Rishangeri, authorisque majroi minorique historiis chronicisque mss …Paris: Guillielmi, William Pele, 1644. [DA175.P3 1644 OS1].

_____. Matthaei Paris, monachi Albanensis, angli, Historia maior. Iuxta exemplar Londinense 1571, verbatim recusa …[DA170.P35 1644 OS1].

<_____. Matthaei Paris, monachi Albanensis, angli, Historia maior. Iuxta exemplar Londinense 1640. Verbatim recusa … Londini: Abel Swalle, 1686. [DA170.P35 1686].

[Parker, Henry]. Observations upon some of his Majesties late answers and expresses. [London: 1642]. [WING P412] [WILLARD 28].

_____. The true portraiture of the kings of England; drawn from their titles, successions, raigns, and end, or, a short and exact historical description of every king with the right they have had to the crown … London: Printed in the year 1688. [WILLARD 194].

Parker, Samuel. The case of the Church of England briefly and truly stated in three first and fundamental principles of a Christian Church. I. The obligation of Christianity by divine right. II. The jurisdiction of Church by divine right. III. The institution of Episcopal superiority, by divine right. London Printed for Henry Faithorne and John Kersey and sold by Walter Davis, 1681. [BX5130.P35].

[Parker, Samuel, bp. of Oxford]. The case of the Church of England, briefly and truly stated, in the three first and fundamental principles of a Christian Church. By S.P. a Presbyter of the Church of England. London: Henry Faitborne and John Kersey and sold by Walter Davis, 1681. [BX5130.P35].

_____. Reasons for abrogating the test imposed upon all members of Parliament Anno 1678. Octob. 30 … First written for author's own satisfaction; and now published for the benefit of all other whom it may concern. London: Printed for Henry Bonwicke, 1688. [WILLARD 193].

Parkhurst, John. Iohannis Parkhursti Lucicra sive epigrammata Iuvenilia. Londini: apud Iohannem Dayum typographum, 1573. [PA6448.A15P3].

Parkins, Sir William. The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of the Sir William Parkins, Knt. Fpr … consipiracy to assassinate … King William, .. and for … rebellion, and encouraging a French invasion into this kingdom … Together with a true copy of the papers delivered by Sir W.P. and Sir J. Friend to the sheriffs … at the time of their execution. London: 1696. [WILLARD 208].

Parkinson, John. Theatrum Botanicum. The theatre of plants or an universall and compleate herball London: Tho: Cotes, 1640. [QK41.P2 OS1].

Parkyns, William. The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Sir William Parkins, knt., for the most horrid and barbarous conspiracy to assassinate His Most Sacred Majesty King William and for raising forces, in order to a rebellion … London: Printed for S. Heyrick, 1696. [DA 461.5 P3 OS1].

[Parliament]. An act for the adjournment of this present parliament form the six and twentieth of June 1657 unto the twentieth of January next ensuing. London: 1657. [WING E1087] [WILLARD 1946].

_____. An act for the assuring, confiming and settling of lands and estates in Ireland. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, An. Dom. 1656. London: 1657. [WING E1091] [WILLARD 1947].

_____. An act for the attainder of the rebels in Ireland. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, Anno Domini 1656. London: 1657. [WING E1092] [WILLARD 1948].

_____. An act for the better observation of the Lords-day. At the Parliament begun at Westminister the 17th day of September, An. Dom. 1656. London: 1657. [WING E1094] [WILLARD 1949].

_____. An act for the better suppressing of theft upon the borders of England and Scotland, and for discovery of highway men and other felons. London: 1657. [WING E1100] [WILLARD 1950].

_____. An act for the exportation of several commodities of the breed, growth and manufacture of this commonwealth. London: 1657. [WING E1109v] [WILLARD 1951].

_____. An act for the improvement of the revenue of the customs and excise. [London: 1657]. [WING E1113] [WILLARD 1952].

_____. An act for the security of his highness the Lord Protector; his person and continuance of the nation in peace and security. London: 1657. [WING E1123] [WILLARD 1953].

_____. An act for the taking away of purveyance, and compositions for purveyance. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, An.Dom. 1656. London: 1657. [WING E1131] [WILLARD 1954].

_____. An act for the taking away the Court of ward and liveries. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, Anno Domini, 1656. London: 1657. [WING E1134] [WILLARD 1955].

_____. An act giving licence for transporting fish in foreign bottoms. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, Anno Domini 1656. [WING E1138] [WILLARD 1956].

_____. An additional act for the better improvement and advancing the receipts of the excise and new-impost: at the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September … London: 1657. [WING E1171] [WILLARD 1957].

_____. Anno Regni Caroli II. Regis Anglie, Scotie, Francie, and Hibernie, Duodecimo. At the Parliament begun at Westminster, the five and twentieth day of April, An. Dom. 1660. [WING E1080] [WILLARD 1945].

_____. Anno Regni Caroli II, Regis Anglie, Scotie, Francie, & Hibernie, Duodecimo. At the Parliament begun at Westminster, the five and twentieth day of April … 1660. London: 1660. [WING E2314] [WILLARD 1945].

_____. Another declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning subscriptions for bringing in money, plate, and horses: together with additions for to the former instructions for deputy lieutenants: also a declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning the publishing of divers proclamations in His Maiestie's name. London: Printed by Luke Norton and Iohn Field, for Edward Husbands and Iohn Franck, July 7, 1642. [DA412 1642 .E5 1642x CREAMER].

_____. The answer of the Lords and Commons assembled in the Parliament of England at Westminster, to several papers of the commissioner of Scotland. … London: Printed for Edward Husband, April 16. [WING E1224] [WILLARD 1766].

_____. The answer of both Houses of Parliament, presented to his Majestie at York the ninth of May, 1642 … London, Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING E1219] [WILLARD 1767].

_____. The articles or charge exhibited in Parliament against Sir Francis Windebanck, secretary of state to his majesty, whereunto is annexed the letter that he sent to the right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine, from Callis, Jan: 11. 1640. Printed Anno Dom. 1641. [WING E1235] [WILLARD 1764].

_____. A collection of some memorable and weighy transactions in Parliament, in the year 1678, and afterwards; in relation to the impeachment of Thomas Earl of Danby. … London: 1695. [WING E1280] [WILLARD 1765].

_____. A collection of the debates and proceedings in parliament, in 1694 and 1695. Upon the inquiry into the late briberies and corrupt practices. London: 1695. [WING E1281] [WILLARD 1510].

_____. Declaration du Parlement de la Republique d'Angleterre, sur les affaires & procedures entre cette republique, & les Etats Generaux des Provinces Unies des Pays Bas … Londres: Par Guil. Du Gard, imprimeur dudit conseil, 1652. [WILLARD 59].

_____. A declaration of the commons of England in parliament assembled; expressing their reasons and grounds of passing the late resolutions touching no farther address or application to be made to the king. London: Printed for Edward Husband, 1647. [WING E2559] WILLARD 1515].

_____. A declaration of the lords and commons assembled in parliament, concerning the papers of the Scots commissioners, entituled, the answer of the commissioners of the Kingdom of Scotland to both houses of parliament, upon the new propositions of peace, and the four bills to be sent to his majesty: and concerning the proceedings of the said commissioners of the isle of wight. London: Printed by Edward Husband, [1647]. [WING E1392] [WILLARD 1506].

_____. A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the preservation and safety of the kingdom, and the town of Hull: with the assurance of both houses to satisfie all losse … London: Printed by Luke Norton … [1642]. [WILLARD 22].

_____. A declaration of the lords and commons assembled in parliament, setting forth the grounds and reasons, that necessitate them at this time to take up defensive arms for the preservation of His Majesties Person, the maintenance of the true religion, the laws and liberties of this kingdom, and the power and priviledge of parliament. London: Printed for Edward Husbands, 1642. [WING E1450] [WILLARD 1483].

_____. A declaration of the parliament of England, expressing the grounds of their late proceedings, and of settling the present government in the way of a free state. c. 1&2. London: Printed for Edward Husband, 1648. [WING E1499] [ WILLARD 846]

_____. The declaration or remonstrance of the Lords and Commons, in Parliament assembled. With divers depositions and letters thereunto annexed … London: Printed for Joseph Hunscott and John Wright, 1642. [WING 1517] [WILLARD 23].

_____. An exact collection of all orders, votes, debates, and conferences in the House of Peers, and House of Commons,both in the late and present Parliament relating to, and concerning Thomas Earl of Danby, and the other five Lords in the Tower. London: 1679. [WING E1531] [WILLARD 1958].

_____. An exact collection of the most considerable debates in the honourable House of Commons, at the Parliament held at Westminster the one and twentieth of October, 1680. Which was prorogued the tenth and dissolved the eighteenth of January following. London: R. Baldwin, 1681. [DA430.G65].

_____. The humble petition and advice presented unto his Highness the Lord Protector by the Knights, Citizens,and Burgesses assembled … London: 1657. [WING E1566] [WILLARD 1959].

_____. The humble petition of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Presented to his majesty at York, the seventeenth of June, 1642. With his majesties answer thereunto … Oxford: Leonard Lichfield, [WILLARD 26].

_____. Instructions agreed upon in Parliament for Commissioner, for surveying the forest of Sherwood; the forest or Chase of Needwood; the forest of Chase of Kingwood … London: 1657. [WING E1592] [WILLARD 1960].

_____. An ordinance and declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the assessing of all such as have not contributed upon the propositions of both Houses of Parliament, for rasing of money, plate, horse, horsemen, and arms, for defence of the King, etc. … Printed for I. Wright, 1642. [UNCAT 95-7-131].

_____. An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, and raising moneys to be imployed for the maintenance of the forces under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, knight … London: Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the honorable House of Commons, March 23, 1647. [WILLARD 50].

_____. An ordinance of the lord and commons assembled in parliament for the present settling (without further delay) of the presbyteriall government in the Church of England. London: Printed for John Wright, 1646. [WING E2003] [WILLARD 1509].

_____. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the speedy raising of foure hundred and fifty pounds weekely in the County of Hertfordshire, over and above their former assessment, for the fortification and defence of the said county … London: Printed for John Wright, 1643. [WILLARD 33].

_____. The petition of both houses of parliament, presented to his majestie at York, March 26, 1642. With his majesties answer thereunto. And the petition of the noblemen and gentlemen estated in Ireland, and now in London. And likewise the petition of the countie of Lincoln, with his majesties severall and respective answers thereunto. London: Printed by Robert Barker, 1642. [WING E2164] [WILLARD 1511].

_____. The popish damnable plot against our religion and liberties fairly laid open and discover'd in the breviats of threescore and four letters and papers of Intelligence past … London: R. Janeway, 1680. [DA448.A3 1680].

_____. The proposition of the lords and commons assembled in parliament. For a safe and well grounded peace. Sent to his majestie at Newcastle, by the right honourable the Earle of Pembroke and Montgomery. The Earl of Suffolke. Members of the house of peeres … London: Prnted for John Wright, 1646. [WING E2209] [WILLARD 1512].

_____. The reasons & narrative of proceedings betwist the two houses: which were delivered by the House of Commons, to the Lords, at he conference touching the tryal of the lords in the Tower. On Monday, the 26th. of May, 1679. [WING E2693 (2 copies) WING E2694] [WILLARD 105].

_____. A remonstrance of the state of the kingdom / agreed on by the Lords and Commons assembled by the Parliament the 19. May, 1642, and published by order of both Houses. London: Printed by Iohn Bartlet, 1642. [WING E2222] [DA412.E54 1642x CREAMER].

_____. A remonstrance of the state of the kingdom, agreed on by the lords and commons assembled in parliament in the 19. or May, 1642, and published by order of both bouses. With divers depositions and letters thereunto annexed. London: Printed for John Bartlet at the Signe of the Gilt-Cup, 1642. [WING E2222] [WILLARD 1513].

_____. A remonstrance presented to his majesty by the Parliament in June, anno dom. 1628. 3o Caroli Regis, wherein in discovered, the great danger that England and Ireland then lay under; and the Parliament care to have secured them … [London, 1643]. [WING E2229?] [WILLARD3].

_____. The report of the Commissioners appointed by Parliament to enquire into the Irish forfeitures, deliver'd to the hon/ble House of Commons the 15th of December, 1699 … London: 1700. [WING E2231] [WILLARD 1966].

_____. The report of the commissioners appointed by parliament to enquire into the Irish forfeitures, deliver'd to the hon'ble House of Commons the 15th of December, 1699. With their resolutions and addresses to his majesty relating to these forfeitures. As also his majesty's gracious answers thereunto; and his most gracious speech to both houses of Parliament the 5th of January, 1690. London: Printed by Edw. Jones, 1700. [WING E2232] [WILLARD 1514].

_____. To the Kings most excellent majesty: The humble petition of the lords and commons in Parliament: sent by Sir Philip Stapleton, to his excellency the earle of Essex: and by him to be presented to his sacred majesty … [WING E1580?] [WILLARD 808g].

Parsons, Robert. A book of Christian exercise, appertaining to Resolvtion, that is, shewing how that wee shoulde resolue ourselues to become Christians indeed. Perused, and accompanied now with a tretise tending to pacification, by Edm. Bunny. London, 1586. [BV4500.P3].

The particular relation of the present estate and condition of Ireland. London: 1642. [WING P602] [WILLARD 827].

Patrick, Symon [Simon], Bp. Of Ely. The parable of the pilgrim: written to a friend … London: Printed by Robert White for Francis Tyton, 1668. [WILLARD 86].

_____. The parable of the pilgrim, written to a friend. 5th ed. London: Printed by Robert White for Francis Tyton at the Sing of the Three Daggers, 1678. [BR75 P33P3].

_____. A sermon preached before the king and queen at White-Hall April XVI. 1690. being fast-day. … London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1690. [WING P849] [WILLARD 1712].

Payne, William. A sermon upon the death of the queen, preached in the parish-church of St. Mary White-Chappel. … 2nd ed. London: Printed by J.R. for B. Aylmer, S. Smith, and B. Walford, 1695. [WING P910] [WILLARD 1715].

[Payne, William]. An answer to Vox Cleri, &c. examining the reasons agasint making any alterations and abatements, in order to a comprehension, and shewing the expediency thereof. London: Printed for Brabazon Aylmer, 1690. [WING P896] [WILLARD 1713].

_____. A discourse concerning the adoration of the host, as it is taught and practiced in the church of Rome. … London: Printed for Brabazon Aylmer, 1685. [WING P898] [WILLARD 1714].

Peacham, Henry. The compleat gentleman: fashioning him absolute in the most necessary and commendable qualities, concerning mind, or body, that may required in a person of honor. To which is added the gentlemans exercise or, an exquisite practice, as well for drawing all of beasts, as for making colours, to be used in painting, limming, &c.. 3rd impression. London: Printed by E. Tyler for R. Thrale, 1661. [LC4945.G7P4 1661].

Peacock, Reginald, bp. A treatise proving scripture to be the rule of faith … London: Printed for James Adamson, 1688. [WING P1043] [ WILLARD 1667].

[Pearse, Edward]. The conformists pleas for the nonconformists. Or, a just and compassionate representation of the present state and condition of the non-conformists … 2nd edition, corrected and enlarged. London: Printed for Jonathan Robinson, 1681. [WILLARD 134].

Pearson, John. A sermon preached November V. MDCLXXIII. At the Abbey-Church in Westminster. … London: Printed by Andrew Clark, for John Williams, junior, 1673. [WING P1009] [WILLARD 1666].

[Pelling, Edward]. The antiquity of the Protestant religion: with an answer to Mr. Sclater's reason, and the collections made by the author of the pamphlet entituled Nubes Testium. … The first part. London: Printed for Ben. Griffin, 1687. [WING P1072] [WILLARD 1668].

_____. The apostate Protestant. A letter to a friend, occasioned by the late reprinting of a Jesuites book. … London: Printed for W. Davis and J. Hindmarsh, 1682. [WING P1075] [WILLARD 1669].

Pelling, Edward. A sermon preached before the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen, at St. Mary le Bow, on Nov. 5. 1683. … London: Printed for Will. Abington, 1683. [WING P1095] [WILLARD 1671].

_____. A sermon preached on Janurary 30th. 1683. in Westminster-Abby, before the reverend and honourable, the kings judges, and printed at their request. .. London: Printed by H. Hill Jun. for William Abington, 1684. [WING P1096] [WILLARD 1672].

_____. A sermon preached upon September the 9th, 1683. being a thanksgiving-day for a late deliverance of fanatick-conspiracy. … London: Printed for Will Abington, 1683. [WING P1094] [WILLARD 1670].

Penn, William. Good advice to the Church of England, Roman Catholick, and Protestant Dissenter; in which it is endeavoured to make appear, that it is their duty, principle and interest, to abolish the penal laws and Test. London: 1687. [WING P1296] [WILLARD 875].

_____. The great a popular objection against the repeal of the penal laws and test … By a friend to liberty for liberties sake (W. Penn). London: 1688. [WING P1298] [WILLARD 876].

Pepys, Samuel. Memories relating to the state of the royal navy of England, for ten years, determin'd December 1688. 1690. Facsimile. Denne faksimileutgave er trykt og forlagt av Borsums Forlag & Antikvariat A/S 1963. 17. [DA86.P4 1690a].

Du Perron, Jacques Davy, Cardinal. The Catholic moderator; or, a moderate examination of the doctrine of the Protestant prouing against the too rigid Catholikes of these times, … London: Printed for Nathaniel Butter, 1623. [BX9455.D8513 1623].

Peter, John. A relation or diary of the siege of Vienna. Written by John Peter, a Valcaren, judge-advocate of the imperial army … London: Printed for William Nott and George Wells, 1684. [WILLARD 180].

The Petition for the prelates briefly examined. Wherein you have these please for praelacy, discussed and answered … Printed in the year, 1641. [WING P1749] [WILLIARD 14].

Phalaris. A Dissertation upon the epistles of Phalaris with an answer to the objection of the honourable Charles Boyle, esquire. By Richard Bentley, D.D. London: J.H. for Henry Mortlock John Hartley, 1699. [PA4267.P3B5 1699].

The phanatick in his colours,: being a full and final chapter of a Whig; in a dialogue between Tory and Tantivy. [London: Printed for N. Thompson, 1681]. [WING F394] [WILLARD 153].

Philips, James. The state of the case between the writers for and against the Craftsmen … London: Printed for the author, [n.d.]. [WILLARD 1369].

Philips, Katherine. Poems by the most deservedly admired Mrs Katherine Philips the Matchless Orinda, to which is added Monsieur Corneille's Pompey & Horace Tragedies. With several other Translations out of French. London: J. M. for H. Herringman, 1669. [PR3619.P4 1669].

[Phillips, Edward]. The New world of words. Or a general English Dictionary. / Collected and Published by E.P. [Edward Phillips]. 4th ed. London: Printed for W.R. for Robert Harford, 1678. [MILLER OS, 37].

Phillips, John. Joannis Philippi Angli Responsio ad apologiam anonymi cujusdam tenebrionis Pro Rege & Populo Anglicano infantissimam. Londini [i.e. Amsterdam]: Du-Gardinianus [i.e. J. Jansson], 1652. [DA396.A3 S2333 1652x MILLER].

[Phillips, John]. The character of a Popish successor and what England may expect from such a one. Part the second. Or, the dispute of the succession moderately discuss'd … London: Printed by Richard Janeway, 1681. [WING 155].

Philo-Dicaios. The triumphs of justice over unjust judges: exhibiting, … Dedication signed Philo-Dicaios. [No. 28 in bound collection]. London: Benjamin Harris, 1681. [WING T2297] [DA448.P6]

Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society of London. 1665-1828. London: The Society, 1665ff. [Q41.L8] Pierce, Thomas. A correct copy of some notes concerning Gods decrees, especially of reprobation … Oxford: Printed by W. Hall for R. Royston and R. Davis, 1671. [WING P2173] [WILLARD 1673].

[Pilkington, Sir Thomas]. The trial of Tho. Pilkington, esq. [and others] for the riot at Guild-halls, on Midsommerday, 1682. Being the day for the election of sheriffs for the year ensuing. London: Printed for T. Dring, 1683. [DA448.P5].

[La Placette, Jean]. Six conferences concerning the eucharist. Wherin is shewed, that the doctrine of transubstantiation overthrows the proofs of Christian religion … London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1687. [WING L430] [WILLARD 1631].

Plain dealing is a jewel, and honesty the best policy … [London: 1682]. [WILLARD 808a].

Plain English: humbly offered to the consideration of his majesty, and his great council, the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled. London: 1690. [WING P2356] [WILLARD 1674].

Plato redivivus: or, a dialogue concerning government, wherin, by observations drawn from other kingdoms and states both ancient and modern, an endeavour is used to discover the present politick distemper of our own, with the causes, and remedies. 2nd ed. London: Printed for S. l. and sold by R. Dew, 1681. [JC153.N5 1681a].

A plea for moderation. Printed in the yeare 1642. [WING P2512] [ WILLARD 1675].

A plea to the Duke's answers … The bill in the honourable the late House of Commons against the D. was their duty… [London: 1680]. [WING P2526] [WILLARD 260].

Plinius, Caecilius Secundus, C. An address of thanks to a good prince, presented in the Panegyrick of Pliny upon Trajan, the best of Roman emperours. London: 1686. [WING P2575] [WILLARD 873].

Plot, Robert. A natural history of Oxfordshire being an essay toward the natural history of England. By R.T. Oxford: At the Theatre and sold in London: Mr. S. Miller, 1677. [QH138.O9 P7. OS1].

P[lunkett], O[liver]. The last speech of Mr. Oliver Plunket, titular primate of Ireland, who was executed ay Tyburn on Friday the 1st. of this instant July, 1681. London: 1681. [WING P2626] [WILLARD 2017].

Polano, Pietro Soaue. The historie of the Covncel of Trent conteining eight bookes. In which (beside the ordinarie actes of the councell) are declared many notable occurrences, which happened in Christendome, during the space of fourtie yeeres and more. And particularly, the practices of the Church of Rome, to hinder the reformation of their errors, and to maintaine their greatnesse. Written in Italian by Pietro Soaue Polano, and faithfully translated into English by Nathanael Brent. London: Robert Barker, Iohn Bill, 1620. [BX830.1545 S3].

_____. The history of the Council of Trent. Containing eight books. Written in Italian by Pietro Soave Polano and faithfully translated into English by Sr Nathanael Brent. London: J. Macock, Samuel Mearne, John Martyn, and Henry Herringman, 1676. [BX830.1545 S346 OS1].

Poole, Joshua. The English Parnassus: or, a helpe to English poesie … London: Tho. Johnson, 1657. [PN.1041 P6].

Poole, Matthew. Synopsis criticorum aliorumque sacrae scripturae interpretum et commentatorum, … volumen I. Francofurti ad Moenum, 1694. [Revised second edition of that published in London by C. Bee, 1669-76].

The popes nuntioes or, the negotiation of Seignior Panzani, Seignior Con, &c. … London: Printed for R.B. 1643. [WING P2937] [WILLARD 1676].

The Popish damnable plot against our religion and liberties, fairly laid open and discover'd in the breviats of three-score and four letters and papers of intelligence past betwixt the Pope, Duke of York [et.al]. As they were drawn up by the Secret Committee of the House of Commons. London: Printed for R. Janeway in Queen's Head Alley in Paternoster Row, 1680 [DA448.A3 1680].

The Popish damnable plot against our religion and liberties … London, 1680. [WING P2945] [WILLARD 2074].

The Popish Plot, taken out of several depositions made and sworn before the Parliament. [London: 1680]. [WING P2956] [WILLARD 2075].

Popish Plot tracts [A collection of thirty-seven tracts pertaining to the Popish Plot]. London: 1679-81. [DA488.P6]. [See individual titles under same call number].

Portsmouth and Aubigny, Louise Renee de Penacoet de Keroualle, duchess of. Histoire secrete de la duchesse de Portsmouth; ou l'on verra une relation des intrigues de la cour du R. Ch. II durant le ministere de cette duchess, & une relation aussi de la mort de ce prince. Traduite de la copie angloise imprimee an Londres, chez. R. Baldwin en 1690. [n.p., 1692?] [DA940.5 P6 A214].

Post-boy robb'd of his mail, or, the Pacquet broke-open, to which are added several ingenious letters lately sent to the gentleman concern'd in this frollick as also copies of those private letters which lately passed between ----, with observerations upon each letter. London: Printed by J. Wilde for John Dunton, 1693. [CREAMER 544].

[Povey, Thomas]. The moderator expecting sudden peace, or certaine ruine. … London: Printed Anno Domini, 1642. [WING P3042] [ WILLARD 1677].

Prance, Miles. The additional narrative of Mr. Miles Prance of Covent-Garen, Goldsmith, who was the discoverer of the murther of Sr. Edmondbury Godfrey … London: 1679. [WING P3170] [WILLARD 2076].

_____. The additional narrative of Mr. Miles Prance of Covent-Garden, Goldsmith, who was the discoverer of the murther of Sr. Edmondbury Godfrey. [No. 13 in bound collection] London: Francis Smith, Thomas Basset, John Wright, Richard Chiswel, and Sameul Heyrick, 1679. [WING P 3170] [DA448.P6].

_____. Mr. Prance's answer to Mrs. Cellier's libel, and divers other false aspersions cast upon him:… London: 1680. [WING P3171].

_____. A true narrative and discovery of several very remarkable passages relating to the horrid Popish Plot:… London: 1679. [WING P3177] [WILLARD 2077].

The present case stated: or, the oaths … of allegiance and supremacy no badges of slavery. London: Printed for R. Baldwin, 1689. [WING P3237] [WILLARD 1678].

The present settlement vindicated and the late mis-government proved: in answer to a seditious letter from a (pretended) loyal member of the Church of England, to a relenting abdicator. By a gentleman of Irleand. London: Presented for Joseph Watts, 1690. Bound with The new oath of allegiance justified. [WILLARD 220].

The present state of Christendome … The present state of christendome and the interest of England, with a regard toFrance. … London: Printed by J.B. for H. Brome, 1678. [WING P3258] [WILLARD 1679].

Preston, Richard Graham, 1st viscount, 1648-1695, defendant. Relation de ce qui s'est passι au procez de mylord Preston & du sieur Jean Ashton, leur conviction & condemnation pour crime du haute trahison contre leurs majestez le roi Guillaume & la reine Marie. Pour avoir conspire contre la vie de leurs Majestez, tachee les deposer, de changer le gouvernement present, de faire envahir le royaume d'Angleterre par le roi de France, & exciter une rebellion contre leurs Majestez. Avec plusieurs letter & des memoires tres curieux du roi Jacque au roi de France, au pape & a divers ministres. Publiιe par le commandement de la reine le vendredi 16/26 Janvier 1691. La Haye: M. Uytwerf, 1691. [DA460.P7 1691].

_____. The arraignment, trials, conviction and condemnation of (him) … and John Ashton, gent. For high-treason agaisnt their majesties King William and Queen Mary … To which are added, two letters … One from the late King James to the Pope … The other from the earl of Melfort … Published by her majesties special command. London: Printed for Samuel Derrick and Thomas Cockerill, 1691. [WILLARD 206].

Priaulx, John. Confirmation confirmed, and recommended from scripture, antiquity, and reason. In a sermon preached in the cathedrall church of St. Mary in Sarum … London: Printed by I.R. for Iohn Courtney, 1662. [WING P3330] [WILLARD 77].

Prideaux, Humphrey. Marmora Oxoniensia, ex Arundellianis, Seldenianis, aliisque conflata. Oxonii: Theatro Sheldoniano, 1676. [CN965.O9M3 OS1].

[Prideaux, Humphrey]. A letter to a friend relating to the present convocation at Westminster. London: Printed for Brabazon Aylmer, 1690. [WING P3413] [WILLARD 1680].

Prideaux, Matthias. An easy and compendious introdvction for reading all sort of histories: contrived in a more facile way than heretofore hath been published, out of the papers of Matthias Prideaux, mr of arts, and sometimes fellow of Exeter colledge in Oxford. To which is added a synopsis of councels by John Prideaux, late Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford, and Bishop of Worcester. 4th ed. Oxford: Printed for A. & L. Lichfield, to be sold by J. Crosley, and J. Wilmot, 1664. [D18 P91 1664].

_____. The patronage of angels. A sermon preached at the court … Oxford: Leonard, Lichfield, 1636. [WILLIARD 2].

The Primitive rule before the Reformation, or A sermon on the Catholique way, with an exhortation in the afternoon upon that test of St. Math. XIX vers. XVI. Antwerp, 1663. [BX1755.P75].

The primitive rule of reformation: delivered in a sermon before his majesty at Whitehall, Febr. 1. 1662 … London: Printed for Timothy Garthwait, 1663. [WING P2191] [WILLARD 1615].

_____. The primitive rule of reformation .. London: Printed for Timothy Garthwait, 1663. Bound with Birch, Peter. Sermon preached before th honorable House of Commons. A birchen rod for Dr. Birch. Estwick, Sampson. A sermon preached at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul. Tillotson, John. A sermon preached before the queen at White-Hall, April the 9th. [Burnet, Gilbert] bp of Salisbury. A sermon preached before the king & queen at White-Hall, on Christmas-day, 1689. Willis, Richard. A sermon preach'd in the parish-church of St. Andrew's … The Monthly register. A modest enquiry into the cause of the present disasters in England. [Hickes, George]. Speculum beatae virginis. A call and visitation from the lord God of heaven and earth unto Christendom … [Baxter, Richard]. A petition for peace: with the reformation of the liturgy. [WILLARD 85].

The principal acts of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Edinburgh: George Mosman, 1690. [BX5246.1690].

The proceedings at the Sessions of the peace held at Hicks-Hall, for the County of Middlesex, Decemb. 5., 1681. … London: 1682. [WING P3567] [WILLARD 2080].

The proceedings at the Sessions House in the Old-Baily, London, on Thursday the 24th day of November, 1681 … London: 1681. [WING P3564] [WILLARD 2079].

The proceedings at the Sessions House in the Old-Baily, London, on Thursday the 24th day of Novmber, 1681. London: Samuel Mearne and John Baker, 1681. [DA448.S5 OS1].

The proceedings in the late treaty of peace. With severall letters of his majesty to the queen, and of Prince Rupert to the Earle of Northampton, which were intercepted and brought to the Parliament. … London: Printed for Edward Husbands, 1643. [WING P3571] [WILLARD 1681].

The proceedings in the late treaty of peace. Together with severall letters of his majesty to the queen, and of Prince Rupert to the Earle of Northampton which were intercepted and brought to the Parliament. With a declaration of the Lords and Commons upon those proceedings and letters. … London: Printed for Edward Husbands, 1643. [WING 3571][WILLARD 29].

Prynne, William. The doome of cowardize and treachery or, a looking-glasse for cowardly or corrupt governours, and souldiers, who through pusillanimity or bribery, betray their trusts, to the publick prejudice.… London: Prnted for Michael Spark senior, 1643. [WING P3947][WILLARD 32].

_____. Histrio-Mastix: the Player's scourge, or Actors Tragaedie: … London: Printed by E.A. and W.I for Michael Sparke, 1633. [PR3646.H5].

[Prynne, William]. IX proposals by way of interrogation to the generall, officers, and souldiers in the army, concerning the justness of their late proceedings in law of conscience … London: Printed in the year 1647. [WILLARD 51].

_____. IX qveries upon the printed charge of the army against the XI members and the papers thereto annexed… London: 1647. [WILLARD 49].

_____. A true and ful relation of the officers and armies forcible seising of divers eminent members of the Commons House … London: 1648. [WILLARD 844].

The Psalms of David and Others with M. Iohn Caluins Commentaries. London, 1571. [BS1429.C3 1571].

Psalter, or Psalms of David, after the translation of the Great Bible, pointed as it shall be sung or said in churches. London: Imprinted by Robert Barker, 1634. Bound with Book of Common Prayer, … [CREAMER 927].

[Pudsey, Sir George]. The speech of Sr. George Pudsey Kt. at the time of his being sworn recorder of the city of Oxford … London: 1684. [WING P4166] [WILLARD 2081].

Pym, John. The declaration of John Pym Esquire, upon the whole matter of the charge of high treason, against Thomas Earle of Strafford, April 12. 1641 … Anno Domini, 1641. [WING P4260] [WILLARD 1682].

_____. A discovery of the great plot for the utter ruine of the city of London, and the Parliament. … London: Printed for Peter Cole, 1643. [WING P4265][WILLARD 1683].

_____. The heads of a conference, delivered by Mr. Pymm, at a committee of both Houses, Junii 24. 1641. [London]: Printed in the yeare, 1641. [WING P4268] [WILLARD 12].

_____. A worthy speech made by Master Pym, to the Lords on Fryday the thirty one of December concerning an information against the Lord Digby … London: Printed for T. Thomas Banckes and F. Coles, 1641. [His Majesties speech … 4 January 1641, p. 6]. [WILLARD 17].

Quarles, Francis. Boanerges and Barnabas: Judgment and mercy, Or, Wine and oyle for wounded and afflicted souls. In two parts. Fra. Quarles. 5th ed. London: Printed for R. Royston, 1660. [PR3652.B6 1660].

_____. Divine Fancies: digested into epigrams, meditation, and observations. London: G.D. for Richard Marrior and sold by William Sheares, 1652. [PR365.D5 1652].

_____. Divine Poemes. London: B.T. and T.S., 1669 [PR3652.D5 1680].

R., J.. Religio laici, or a Lay-mans faith, touching the supream head and infallible guide of the church … London: Printed for John Newton, 1688. [WING R30] [WILLARD 1684].

R., S.. A briefe, and perfect relation, of the answers and replies of Thomas Earle of Strafford; to the articles exhibited against him, by the House of Commons on the thirteenth of Aprill, An. Dom. 1641. London: Printed 1647. [WING R68] [WILLARD 1685].

Rainnolds, John. The judgement of Doctor Reignolds concerning the Episcopacy, whether it be God ordinance. Expressed in a letter to Sir Francis Knowle concerning Doctor Bancrofts sermon at Pauls-Crosse, the ninth of February 1588. London: Thomas Paine, 1641. [WILLARD 813].

Raleigh, Sir Walter. The arts of empire and mysteries of state discabinated. In political and polemical aphorisms, ground on authority and experience … By the ever-renowned knight Sir Walter Raleigh, pub. by John Milton … London: Printed by G. Croom for J. Watts, 1692. [JC393.C3R2 1692].

_____. The history of the world. Bound with The first part of the historie of the world: intreating of the times from the destruction of Ierusalme, to the time of Philip of Macedon. The Third Booke. London: Printed by William Stansby for Walter Burre, 1617. [D57.R15 1617].

_____. The historie of the world. In five bookes. London: Printed by G. Lathum and R. Young. [D57.R16 OS 1].

_____. [Map of Samaria]. [Map of Samaria and environs, including Sea of Galilee, Damascus, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, etc. Possibly from Raleigh's History of the World. Framed map]. [S.l.: s.n., n.d.]. [MAP CASE 1 03-07-03].

Ray, John. Historia Plantarum species hactenus editas aliasque in super multas noviter inventas & descriptas complectens. In qua agiture prime de plantis in genere, … Auctore Joanne Raio. Tomus Primus. Londini: Mariae Clark, Henricum Faithorne, 1686. [QK41.R2 1686].

_____. The ornithology of Francis Willughby of Middleton in the County of Warwick Esq; Fellow of the Royal Society in three books. London: A.C. for John Martyn, 1677. [QL673.W74 OS1].

Ray, J. A collection of English proverbs … 2nd ed. Enlarged by the addition of many hundred English, and an appendix of Hebrew proverbs, with annotations and parallels. Cambridge: John Hayes, 1678. [PN6420.R3 1678].

Reading, Nathaniel. The trial of Nathaniel Reading, esq; for attempting to stifle the Kings evidence as to the horrid plot: … London: R. Pawlet, 1679. [DA448.R4 OS1].

Reasons for the French King's restoring his Protestant subjects. Being a memorial presented lately to t heir excellencies the plenipotentiaries of the most Christian king, at the treaty for a general peace at Tyswick … Translated from the French. London: Printed in the year 1698. [WILLARD 244].

Reasons humbly offered to his majesty for his dispensing with the Oath of allegiance as to his highness the Duke of York: and for his sitting in the Council of Scoltand without taking the said oath. London: 1680. [WILLARD 117].

Reasons why this kingdom ought to adhere to the Parliament. [London: 1642]. [WING R592] [WILLARD 1686].

Reflections on the short history of standing armies in England … London: 1699. [WILLARD 885].

Reflections upon our late and present proceedings in England. London: 1689. [WING R722] [WILLARD 1919].

Reflexions upon the condition of peace offer'd by France, and the means to be employed for the procuring of better. London: Printed for Matt. Wotton, 1694. [WILLARD 236].

A relation of the barbarous and bloody massace of about an hundred thousand Protesants, begun at Paris, and carried on over all France by the Papists, in the year 1772. London: Printed for Richard Chiswel, 1678. [WING R814] [WILLARD 1920].

A relation of the voyage to Siam. Performed by six Jesuits, sent by the French king, to the Indies and China, in the year, 1685. With their astrological observations, and their remarks of natural philosophy, geography, hydrography, and history. Translated into English. Illustrated. London: Printed by T.B for A. Churchil, 1688. [DS564.T1273].

A relation touching the present state and condition of Ireland … London: [1641]. [WILLARD 816].

Remarques upon the new project of association: in a letter to a friend. London: 1682. [WING R950] [WILLARD 2082].

A remonstrance and protestation of all the good Protestants of this kingdom, against deposing their lawful sovereign King James II, with reflections thereupon. London: 1689. [WING R970] [WILLARD 1921].

A renuntiation and declaration of the ministers of Congregational churches and publick preachers of the same judgment, living in, and abou the city of London: against the late horrid insurrection and rebellion acted in the said city. London: Printed by Peter Cole and Edward Cole, 1661. [WILLARD 74].

The replication to the City of London's plea to the quo warranto brought against their charter by our sovereign lord the King in Michaelmas term, 1681. London: Printed for Benj. Tooke, 1682. [WING R1047] [WILLARD 162].

A reply to the new test of the Church of England's loyalty. London: Printed for J.D. Assignee of N.T. 1687. [WING R1077] [WILLARD 1922].

A reply to the second return. London: 1682. [WING R1082] [WILLARD 2083].

[Resbury, Nathaniel]. The case of the cross in baptism considered. Wherein is shewed that ther is nothing it it, as it is used in the Church of England, that can be any just reason of separation from it. London: Printed for Fincham Gardiner, 1684. [WING R1126] [WILLARD 1923].

Restitution to the royal author of a vindication of King Charles the martyr's most excellent book … From the false, scandalous, and malicious reflections lately published against it … London: Printed for Samuel Keble, 1691. [WING R1175] [WILLARD 207].

Reynolds, Edward. Israel's petition in time of trouble. A sermon preached in St. Margarets Church at Westminster, before the honourable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament. London: Printed by George Bishop and Robert White, for Robert Bostock, dwelling in Paul's Church-yard at the signe of the Kings-Head. 1642. [WING R1256] [WILLARD 1924].

Reynor, William. Babylons ruining earthquake and the restauration of Zion. Delivered in a sermon before the honourable house of Commons at Margarets Westiminster, at their publique fast, August 28, 1644. London: Printed by T.B. for Samuel Enderby and are to be sold at the signe of the Starre in Popes head Alley, 1644. [WING R?1344] [WILLARD 1925].

Ridley, Nicholas, vp. A brief declaration of the Lords Supper. London: Printed for Ric. Chiwell, 1688. [WING R1452] [WILLARD 1926].

Roberts, Francis. Mysterium & medulla Bibliorum = The mysteries and marrow of the Bible … London: Printed by R.W. for George Calvert, 1657. [BS1199.C6R63].

Robertson, William. Thesaurus linguae sanctae; compendiose scil. Contractus, plane tamen reseratus, pleneque explicatus; sive, Concordantiale lexicon hebraeo-latino-biblicum: in quo, lexica omnia hebraica, huc usque edita, methodice, succincte, & quasi symopticos, exhibentur; una cum concordiantiis hebraicis … London: Samuel Roycroft Sawbridge … Vaenales prostant apud Jacobus vande Velde, 1686. [BS443. R6].

Roe, Sir Thomas. … His speech in Parliament wherein he sheweth the cause of the decay of coyne and trade in this and … [London]: 1641. [WILLARD 818].

Rogers, Thomas. A treatise vpon svndry matters contained in the Thirty nine articles of religion, which are professed in the Church of England. Long since written and published by Thomas Rogers. London: printed by John Legatt, 1639. [BX5137.R65 1639].

Rookwood, Ambrose. The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Ambrose Rookwood, for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His Sacred Majesty King William, in order to a French invasion of this kingdom … London: Printed for S. Heyrick, 1696. [DA461.5 R4 OS1].

Ross, Alexander. Mystagogus poeticus, or, the Muses interpreter: explaining the historical mysteries and mystical histories of the Antient Greek and Latin Poets, … 6th ed. London: Printed for S. Mearn, J. Martyn, and H. Herringman, 1675. [CREAMER 576].

_____. Panobeia [Greek]: or, A view of all religions in the world: with the several church-governments, from the creation, till these times. Also, a discovery of all known heresies … 5th ed. To which are annexed; The lives, actions and ends of certain notorious hereticks. With their effigies in copper-plates … London: Printed for John Williams, 1675. [BL75.R7 1675].

Rous, Francis. Testis veritatis. The doctrine of King Iames our late souerainge of famous memory. Of the chvrch of England. Of the Catholicke chvrch. Plainely shewed to bee on in the points of praedestination, free-will, certainties of saluation. With a discouery of the grounds naturall politicke of Arminianisme/ By F. Rovs. London: W. I., 1626. [WILLIARD 8].

Rouse, John. Rouse, his case, truly stated and written with his own hand in Newgate, two days before his execution, to prevent any false reports … London: Printed by J. Grantham, by the order of the widow Rouse, 1683. [WING R2047] [WILLARD 167].

Rowland, John. Pro rege et populo Anglicano apologia: contra Iohannis Polypragmatici (alias Miltoni Angli) Defensionem, regis & populi Anglicani. Antverpiae: apud Hieronymum Verdussen, 1651. [DA396.A3 S2 1649x MILLER c.2].

Rudyard, Sir Benjamin. Another speech of Sir Beniamin Rudyer in the High Court of Parliament. [on bishops]. [London: 1641] [WILLARD 1927].

_____. Sir Beniamin Rudyers speech concerning bishops, deans and chapters. At a Committee of the whole House. Printed in the year 1641. [WING R2190] [WILLARD 1928].

_____. The speeches of Sir Benjamin Rudyer in the hight Court of Parliament. Printed for Thomas Walkly. 1641. [WING R2200] [WILLARD 1929].

Rupert, Prince, Son of Frederick I, King of Bohemia. Prince Rupert his declaration … Oxford, 1642. [WILLARD 828].

Russell, Lady Rachel (Wriothesley) Vaughan. Some account of the life of Rachael Wriothesley, lady Russell, by the editor of Madam Du Deffand's letters. Followed by a series of letters form Lady Russell to her husband, William, lord Russell; from 1672 to 1682; together with some miscellaneous letters to and from Lady Russell. To which is added, eleven letters from Dorothy Sidney, countess of Sunderland to George Saville, marquis of Hallifax, in the year 1680 … London: Printed for Longman, Hurst Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819. [DA447.R97B5].

Russell, Lord William. The last speech & behaviour of William, late Lord Russell, upon the scaffold in Lincoln-Inne-Fields, a little before his execution, on Saturday, July 21. 1683 … c. 1 & 2. London: Printed by J.C. and F.C. for Thomas Fox, 1683. [WILLARD 166].

_____. The speech of the late Lord Russel, to the sheriffs: … on July 21, 1683. London, 1683. [WING R2356] [WILLARD 2085].

_____. The speech of the late Lord Russel, to the sheriffs: together with the paper deliver'd by him to them, at the place of execution, on July 21. 1683. [WING R2356] [DA447.R85 OS1].

_____. The speech of the late Lord Russel to the sheriffs: together with the paper deliver'd by him to them at the place of execution on July 21, 1683 [London: Printed by John Darby by direction of the Lady Russel, 1683]. [DA447.R85 OS1].

Rycaut, Sir Paul. The present state of the Ottoman empire. Containing the maxims of the Turkish politie, the most material pints of the Mahometan religion, their sects and heresies, their convents and religious votaries. Their military discipline, with an exact computation of their forces both by land and sea … [London: Printed for J. Starkey and H. Brome. [DR534.R93 OS1].

Ryves, Bruno. Mercurius Rusticus; or, the countries complaint of the barbarous outrages committed by the secretaries of the late flourishing kingdom. Together with a brief chronology of the battles, sieges, conflicts, and other most remarkable passages, from the beginning to this unnatural war, to the 25th day of March, 1646. London: Printed for Richard Green, 1685. [DA410.R98 1646].

[Ryves, Bruno]. Mercurius rusticus: or, The countries complaint of the murther, robberies, plunderings, and other outrages commited by the rebels on his Majesties faithful subjects … Printed in the yeare 1648. [WILLARD 58].

S., J. Malignancy unmasked. With a plea for the Publique Fayth. Briefly and promiscuously disputed. London: Printed for John Wright, Janurary 26, 1642. [WING S72] [WILLARD 1930].

S., R. A letter to a person of quality, occasion'd by the news of the ensuing Parliament. [London: 1688]. [WING S133] [WILLARD 1931].

S., T. An account of the proceedings against the rebels at an assize holden at Exeter, on the 14th. of this instant September, 1685 … London: 1685. [WING S151].

Sadler, John. Rights of the kingdom: or, Customs of our ancestors. Touching on the duty, power, election, or succession of our kings parliaments… London: Printed for J. Kidgell, 1682. [JN196 1682 S2].

[Sage, John, bp.]. The case of the present afflected clergy in Scotland truly represented. London; Printed for J. Hindmarsh, 1690. [WING S285] [WILLARD 1932].

Saint John, Oliver. An argument of law concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas, Earle of Strafford: at a conference in a committee of both houses of Parliament. Pub. by order of the Commons House. London: Printed for J. Bartlet, 1641. [DA396.S8S3].

Salkeld, John. A treatise of Paradise, and the principal contents thereof; … London: Printed by E. Griffin for N. Butter, 1617. [BS1237.S34 1617].

Salway, Arthur. Halting stigmatized in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons. London: Printed for Christopher Meredith at the Crane in Pauls Church-yeard, 1644. [WING S522] [WILLARD 1933].

Sancroft, William. A sermon preach'd to the House of Peers, Novem. 13th 1678. Being the Fast Day appointed by the King to implore the mercies of Almighty God in the Protection of His Majesties Sacred Person, and His Kingdoms. In the Savoy: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Robrt Beaumont, 1678. [WING S568] [WILLARD 1944].

_____. A sermon preached in S. Peter's Westminster, on the first Sunday in Advent, at the Consecration of the Right Reverend Fathers in God … London: Printed by T. Roycroft, for Robert Beaumont, 1660. [WING S566] [WILLARD 1939].

[Sancroft, William]. Modern policies, taken from Machiavel, Borgia, and other choice authors, by an eye-witness. 5th ed. London: Printed for J. Hindmarsh. [JA79.S3 1690].

_____. The proceedings and tryal in the case of the most reverend father in God William Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, … London: 1689. [WING S564] [WILLARD 2187].

Sanderson, Robert. A discourse concerning the Church … by the Right Reverend Father in God, Robert Sanderson, late Lord Bishop of Lincoln. London: Printed by T.B. for R. Talor, 1688. [WING S597] [WILLARD 1934].

[Sanderson, Robert, bp.]. Reasons of the present judgement of the University of Oxford, concerning the Solemn League and Covenant, the Negative Oath, the Ordinances concerning Discipline and Worship. Printed in the year 1647. [WING S623] [WILLARD 1935].

Sanderson, Sir William. A compleat history of the life and raigne of King Charles, from his cradle to his grave. London: Printed for H. Moseley …, 1658. [DA395.S22].

Sandys, George. A relation of a journey begun An: Dom: 1610. Fovre bookes. Containing a description of the Turkish empire, or AEgypt, of the Holy Land, of the remote parts of Italy, and ilands adioyning,. 3rd ed. London: Printed for Ro: Allot, 1627. [DS47.S2 1627].

Sarpi, Paolo. The history of the Council of Trent. Translated by Sir Nathanael Brent. Whereunto is added the life of the leaned authors and The history of the Inquisition. London: Printed by J. Macock for S. Mearne, J. Martyn, and H. Herringman, 1676. [BX830 1545 S346].

_____. The letters of the renowned Father Paul, counselor of state to the most serene republick of Venice; an author of the excellent History of the Council of Trent. Translated out of Italian by Edward brown rector of Sundridge in Kent … London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1693. [DG678.317 A3].

_____. A treatise of matters beneficiary by … London: 1680. [WING S701] [WILLARD 2088].

Saumaise, Claude. Defensio regia: pro Carolo I: ad serenissimum Magnae Brittaniae Regem Carolvm II filium natu majorem, successorem legitimum. [Leyden?]: Sumptibux regiis, 1649. [Three copies. One copy bound by itself. Another copy bound with Milton, Pro propulo Anglicano defensio (c.1), and Rowland, Pro rege et populo Anglicano apologia (published 1651). All three titles listed under the call number DA396.A3 S2 1649x Miller c.2). [DA396.A3 S2 1649x MILLER] [DA396.A3 S2 1649x MILLER c.2].

Saviolo, Vincentio. Vincentio Saviolo his practice. In two bookes. The first intreating of the use of the rapier and dagger. The second, of honor and honorable quarrels. 2 vols. in 1. London: Printed by Iohn Wolfe, 1594-95. [U860.S2].

Say and Sele, William Fiennes, visc. Two speeches in Parliament of the Right Honourable William, Lord Vicount Say and Seale. London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, 1641. [WING S795] [WILLARD 1936].

[Saywell, William]. The Reformation of the Church of England justified, according to the Canons of the Council of Nice and other General Councils, and the Tradition of the Catholick Church. Cambridge: Printed by John Hayes, Printer to the University, 1688. [WING S803] [WILLARD 1937].

Scamozzi, Vincenzo. The Mirror of Architecture: or, The ground rules of the art of building, exactly laid down. With the description and use of a joint-rule … By John Brown. 4th ed. Whereunto is added, A compendium of the art of building … By William Leyburn. London: Printed for R. Mount, 1700. [NA2515.S3 1700].

The scandal and folly of the cross removed: or, the wisdom of God's method of the gospel, in the death of Jesus Christ, manifested, and justified, against the Deists … London: Printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1699. [WING A813] [WILLARD 245].

Scarronnides, or Virgile travestie. A mock-poem, on the first and fourth books of Virgil's Aenaesis in English Burlesque. London: T.N. for H. Brome, 1678. [PR3369.C3S3 1678].

Schools of illumination: reproductions from manuscripts in the British Museum. Part II: English 12th and 13th centuries. London: Printed by the order of the Trustees [of the British Museum], 1915. [Lacking plates 8, 9, & 12]. [UNCAT OS1 99-7-18].

Schools of illumination: reproductions from manuscripts in the British Museum. Part IV: English AD 1350-1500. London: Printed by order of the Trustees [of the British Museum], 1922. [UNCAT OS1 99-7-19].

Schools of illumination: reproductions from manuscripts in the British Museum. Part V. Carolingian & French to early 14th century. London: Printed by order of the Trustees [of the British Museum], 1926. Lacking plates 10, 11, 13, 14]. [UNCAT OS1 99-7-20].

Schools of illumination: reproductions from manuscripts in the British Museum. Part VI: French Mid 14th– 16th centuries. London: Printed by order of the Trustees [of the British Museum], 1930. [Lacking plate 7]. [UNCAT OS1 99-7-21].

Schurman, Anna Maria Van. Nobiliss. Virginis Annaie Mariae a Schurman Opuscula Hebraea, Graeca, Latina,Gallica: prosaica & metrica. Trajecti ad Rhenum: Ex officina Johannis a Waesberge, 1652. Editio tertia, auctior & emendatior. [PA8577.S24 1652x MILLER].

[Scotland. Estates]. Some papers given in by the Commissioners of the Parliament in Scotland, to the Honourable Houses of the Parliament of England: In answer to their votes of the 24 of September, 1646, concerning the disposing of His majesties Person. Edinburgh: Printed by Evan Tyler, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majestie. 1646. [WING S1343] [WILLARD 1938].

[Scotland. Estates]. Some papers of the Commissioners of Scotland, given in lately to the Houses of Parliament, concerning the Propositions of Peace. London: Printed for Robert Bostock, April 11, 1646. [WING S1346] [WILLARD 1940].

[Scotland. Parliament]. The declaration of the estates of the kingdom of Scotland, containing the claim or right, and the offer of the crown to t heir majesties King William and Queen Mary. Together with the grievance represented by the estates, and their majesties oath at their acceptance of the crown … Edinburgh, the eleventh day of April 1689. [Edinburgh: 1689]. [WING 1218] [WILLARD 217].

[Scotland. Parliament]. Some papers of the Commissioners of Scotland, given in lately to the Houses of Parliament, concerning the propositions of peace. London: Printed for Robert Bostock, 1646. [WING 1546] [ WILLARD 45].

[Scotland. Parliament]. A true list of the Bishops, nobility, officers of state, commissioners for shires and boroughs, of the Kingdom of Scotland, called in Parliament, holden at Edinburgh the 28th of July 1681 … London: Printed for Randolph Taylor, 1681. [WILLARD 160].

Scott, George. The memoirs of Sir James Melvil or Hal-hill: containing an impartial account of the most remarkable affairs of state during the last age, not mention'd by other historians; more particularly relating to the kingdoms of England and Scotland, under the reigns of Queen Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots, and King James… London: E. H. for Robert Boulter, 1683. [DA 785 M53 1683].

Scott, John. A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and Court of Aldermen, at the Guild-Hall Chappel, the 16th of December 1683. London: Printed by Ralph Holt. 1684. [WING S2067] [WILLARD 1943].

[Scott, John]. Certain cases of conscience resolved, concerning the lawfulness of joyning with forms of prayer in publick worship … London: Printed by Henry Hill, Jr. for Fincham Gardiner, 1683. [WILLARD 176].

_____. Certain cases of Conscience resolved, concerning the lawfulness of joyning with Forms of Prayer in Publick Worship. Part I. London: Printed by H. Hills, 1683. [WING S2040] [WILLARD 1941].

_____. Certain cases of Conscience resolved, concerning the Lawfulness of joying with Forms of Prayer in Publick Worship. Part II. London: Printe by J.D. and F.C. and T. Basset, 1684. [WING S2042] [WILLARD 1942].

Scroggs, Sir William. Articles of impeachment of Sir William Scroggs, chief justice of the court of King's bench, by the Commons in the present Parliament … [n.p., n.d.] [WILLARD 123].

_____. The Lord Chief Justice Scroggs his speech in the Kings-Bench the first day of thes present Michaelmas term 1679 … London: 1679. [WING S2122] [WILLARD 2089].

_____. A speech made by Sir William Scrogg, one of His Majesties sergeants at law, … London: 1676. [WING S2124] [WILLARD 2090].

Scudery, George de. Curia politiae: or, the apologies of several princes: justifying to the world their most eminent actions: by the strength of reason, and the most exact rules and policy. English. London: Printed for R. Boulter, 1673. [JC155.S4 1673].

Seaman, Lazarus. DIATPIBH proved to be PAPADIATPIBH. Or, a vindication of the judgement of the reformed churches and protestant divines from misrepresentation concerning ordination, and laying on of hands …London: Printed by T.R. & E.M. for John Rothwell, 1647. [WILLARD 53].

A seasonable treatise on the scholars reasonable addresses, that were delivered in a petition to the honourable members of both Houses in Parliament … 1678. [WILLARD 858].

A second collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England. Printed in the year, 1688. [WING S2264] [WILLARD 2178].

A second modest enquiry into the causes of the present disastes in England, and who they are that brought the French fleet into the English channel, described. Being a farther discovery of the Jacobite Plot. London: Printed for John Dunton, 1690. [WING S2292] [WILLARD 2151].

A second return, to the letter of a noble peer, concerning the addresses. [London]: 1682. [WING S2332] [WILLARD 2091].

Sedgwick, Obadiah. An arke against a deluge: or, Safety in dangerous times. Discovered in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons, at their late extraordinary fast, October 22, 1644. London: printed by J. Rawroth, for Samuel Gellibrand, 1644. [WING S2364] [WILLARD 2150].

_____. England's preservation or, a sermon discovering the onely way to prevent destroying judgements: preached to the honourable House of Commons at their last solomne fast, being on May 25, 1642. London: Printed by R. B. for Samuel Gellibrand, at the Brazen Serpent in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1642. [WING S2372] [WILLARD 2149].

_____. Haman's vanity, or, a sermon displaying the birthlesse issues of church-destroying adversaries. Preached to the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne Thanksgiving, being on June 15, 1643. London: Printed by R. Bishop, for Samuel Gellibrand, 1643. [WING S2374] [WILLARD 2148].

Seldon, John. Mare clausum seu de domino maris libri duo. Primo, Mare, ex iure naturae, sue gentium, omnium hominum non esse commune, sed dominii, private, seu proprietatis capax, parater ac tellurem, esse demonstratur. Secundo, Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae regum maris circumflui,…Lugduni: Batavorum, apud J. & T. mare,1636. [JX4423.S35 1636b].

_____. Table-Talk: being discourses of John Selden, Esq; or his sense of various matters of weight and high consequence relating especially to religion and state. 2nd ed. London; Jacob Tonson, 1696. [PR2339.S3A7 1696].

[Seller, Abednigo]. The history of passive obedience since the Reformation. Amsterdam: For Theodore Johnson, 1689. [WING S2453] [WILLARD 2140].

_____. Remarks upon the Reflections of the author of Popery misrepresented, etc. On his answer; particularly as to the Deposing Doctrine. London: Printed for Sam. Smith, 1686. [WING S2461] [WILLARD 2139].

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus [Roger L'Estrange]. Seneca's morals abstracted in three parts. 1. Of benefits. 2. Of a happy life, anger and clemency. 3. A miscellany of epistles. London: Printed by T.N. for H. Brome, 1678-79. [BJ214.S4 M6].

S[ergeant], I[ohn]. The infomations of John Sergeant, and David Maurice, gentlemen; relating to the Popish Plot,… London: 1691. [WING S2572] [WILLARD 2092].

A serious and faithfull representation of the judgements of ministers of the gospel within the Province of London …London: By M.B. for Samuel Gellibrand and Ralph Smith, 1649. [WING S2604] [WILLARD 2138].

[Settle, Elkanah]. The character of a Popish successor, and what England may expect from such a one … London: 1681. [Wing S2670] [WILLARD 2093].

_____. The character of a Popish successour compleat: in defence of the first part, against two answers … By an unknown hand. London: Printed for J. Graves, 1681. [WILLARD 151].

_____. The character of a popish successor, and what England may expect from such a one. [No. 31 in bound collection. London: T. Davies, 1681. [WING S2670] [DA448.P6].

_____. A narrative written by E. Settle. London: 1683. [WING 2700] [WILLARD 2094].

A seventh collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England. London: Printed and to be sold by Richard Janeway in Queen's-head-Court in Pater-noster-row, 1689. [WING S2744] [WILLARD 2179].

Several resolves prepared by the commanding junto to pass the House. [London]: 1659. [WING A2810] [WILLARD 66].

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper. Case of Anthony, earl of Shaftesbury, as it was argued before his majesties justices of the King's bench, Trin. Term. 29. Car. 2 … London: Printed by K.P. for C.R., 1670. [WILLARD 108].

_____. A letter from a Parliament man to his friend, concerning the proceedings of the House of Commons this last essions, begun the 13th of October, 1675. [London]: 1675. [WING S2896] [WILLARD 2156].

_____. A letter from a person of quality, to his friend in the country. [London]: 1675. [WING S2897] [WILLARD 2155].

_____. The Lord Chancellor's speech upon the Lord Treasurer's taking his oath in the Exchequer, the 26th of June, 1673. [London]: 1673. [WING S2905] [WILLARD 2095].

_____. The proceedings at the Sessions House of the Old-Baily, London, on Thursday the 24th day of November, before His Majesties Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer, upon the bill of indictment for high-treason against Anthony, the earl of Shaftesbury. Published by His Majesties Special Command. London: S. Mearne and J. Becker, 1681. [DA448.S5 OS1].

_____. The proceedings at the Sessions house in the Old-Baily, London: upon the bill of indictment for high treason against Anthony, earl of Shaftesbury … London: Printed for Samuel Mearne and John Baker, 1681. [WILLARD 142].

_____. The proceedings at the Sessions house in the Old-Bailey, London, on Thursday the 24th day of November, 1681 … London: Printed for Samuel Mearne and John Baker, 1681. [DA448.S5].

_____. A seasonable speech made by a worthy member of Parliament in the House of Commons concerning the other House. March, 1659. [WING S2898] [WILLARD 2154].

[Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper]. A speech lately made by a noble peer of the realm. [No. 5 in bound collection] [n.p.], 1681. [WING S2901] [DA448.P6].

_____. Two seasonable discourses concerning this Parliament. "The debate or arguments for dissolving this present Parliament, and the calling frequent and new Parliaments." Oxford: 1675. [WING S2906] [WILLARD 2152]. Bound with A letter from and Parliament man to his friend, concerning the proceedings of the House of Commons this last Sessions, begun the 13th of October, 1675. [WING S2896]

_____. Two speeches. I. The Earl of Shaftesbury's Speech in the House of Lords the 20th of October, 1675. II. The D. of Buckingham's Speech in the House of Lords the 16th of November, 1675. Amsterdam: 1675. [WING S2907] [WILLARD 2153].

Shakespeare, William. The First Folio of Shakespeare. The Norton Facsimile. Prepared by Charlton Hinman. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1968. [PR2751.A15 OS1 1968].

_____. Measure for Measure. [Disbound from the Second Folio, 1632]. [PLUME UNCAT 94-8-360].

_____. Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Fourth Folio edition. London, Printed for H. Herringman, E. Erewster, and H. Bentley, 1685. [PLUME PR2751.A4 OS1].

Sharp, John, abp. A sermon about the government of the thoughts, preach'd before th King & Queen, at White-Hall, the 4th of March, being the 2d Sunday in Lent, 1693/4. 3rd ed. London: Printed by Tho. Warren, for Walter Kettilby, 1694. [WING S2982] [WILLARD 2145].

[Sharp, John]. A sermon preached at the second general meeting of the Gentlemen, and others in and near London, who were born within the County of York, in the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, Februrary 17, 1679/80. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby at the Bishop's-Head, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1680. [WING S2985] [WILLARD 2143].

_____. A sermon preached before the Right Honourable The Lord Mayor and Aldermen, in Bow-Church; on the feast of St. Michael, 1680. London: Printed by M.F. for Walter Kettilby, 1680. [WING S2987] [WILLARD 2142].

_____. A sermon preached on the day of the Public Fast, April the 11th, 1679, at St. Margaret's Westminster; before the honourable House of Commons. London: Printed by N.C. for Walter Kettilby, 1679. [WING S2984] [WILLARD 2144].

_____. A sermon preached on the 28th of June, at St. Giles in the Fields, by John Sharp, D.D. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1691. [WING S2992] [WILLARD 2147].

_____. A discourse concerning conscience … London: For Walter Kettilby, 1684. [WING S2970] [WILLARD 2141].

_____. A discourse of conscience. The second part. Concerning a doubting conscience. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1685. [WING S2973] [WILLARD 2146].

Sherlock, William. The case of the allegiance due to sovereign powers … London: W. Rogers, 1691. [WING S3269] [WILLARD 2158].

_____. The case of the allegiance due to sovereign powers, stated and resolved, according to scripture and reason, and the principles of the Church of England, with a more particular respect to the oath lately enjoyned, of allegiance to their present Majesties, K. William and Q. Mary. 3rd ed. London: W. Rogers, 1691. [WING S3273] [WILLARD 2159].

_____. The case of the allegiance due to sovereign power, stated and resolved, … 5th ed. London: Printed for W. Rogers, 1691. [WILLARD 225].

_____. A discourse concerning the nature, unity, and communion of the Catholick Church … Part I. London: For William Rogers, 1688. [WING S3291] [WILLARD 2161].

_____. A practical discourse concerning a future judgment. 4th ed. London: Printed by R.R. for W. Rogers, 1695. [BT880 S47 1695].

_____. A preservative against Popery: being some plain directions to unlearned Protestants, how to dispute with Romish priests. The first part. London: For William Rogers, 1688. [WING S3326] [WILLARD 2163].

_____. The second part of the preservative against Popery: Shewing how contrary Popery is to the true ends of the Christian religion. Fitted for the instruction of unlearned Protestants … London: Printed for William Rogers, 1688. [WING S3342?] [WILLARD 196].

_____. A sermon preach'd … December 30, 1694. Upon the sad occasion of the death of our gracious queen ... 4th ed. London: For Will. Rogers, 1694. [WING S3360] [WILLARD 2186].

_____. A sermon preached at St. Margarets Westminster, May 29, 1685 before the honourable House of Commons. London: For J. Amery and A. Swalle, 1685. [WING S3345] [WILLARD 2166].

_____. A sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Reverend Benj. Calamy D.D. … Jan. 7th 1685/6. London: For John Amery, and William Rogers, 1686. [WING S3347] [WILLARD 2187].

_____. A short summary of the principal controversies between the church of England, and the church of Rome … London: For Richard Chiswell, 1687. [WING S3365] [WILLARD 2183].

_____. A vindication of both parts of the Preservtive against Popery: in answer to the cavils of Lewis Sabran, Jesuit. London: For William Rogers, 1688. [WING S3370. Also W196] [WILLARD 2164].

_____. A vindication of some Protestant principles of church-unity and catholick-communion. From the charge of aggreement with the Church of Rome in answer to a late pamphlet intituled An agreement between the Church of England and the Church of Rome, evince from the concertation of some of her sons with their brethren of dissenters. London: Printed for William Rogers at the Sun, 1688. [BX5129.S47].

[Sherlock, William]. A vindication of the Case of allegiance due to soveraign powers, … Obedience and submission to the present government, demonstrated for Bishop Overal's convocation-book … London: For W. Rogers, 1691. [WING S3375] [WILLARD 2160].

_____. An answer to a discourse intituled, Papist's protesting against Protestant-Popery; being a vindication of Papists not misrepresented by Protestants … London: Printed for John Amery at the Peacock, and Willima Rogers at the Sun; both against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, 1686. [WING S3259] WILLARD 2157].

_____. An answer to the amicable accommodation of the difference between the representer and the answerer. London: Printed for John Amery at the Peack, and William Rogers at the Sun; both against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, 1686. [WING S3263] [WILLARD 2185].

_____. A discourse concerning a judge of controversies in matters of religion. Being an answer to some papers asserting the necessity of such a judge. London: Printed for Robert Clavell at the Peacock in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1686. [WING S3285] [WILLARD 2165].

_____. A discourse concerning the object of religious worship, or, A scripture proof of the unlawfulness of giving any religious worship to any other Being besides the one Supreme God. Part I. London: For Abel Swalle, 1685. [WING S3292] [WILLARD 2162].

_____. A letter to a friend, concerning a French invasion, to restore the late King James to his throne. And what may be expected from him, should he be successful in it. London: Printed and to be sold by Randall Taylor, 1692. [WING S3295] [WILLARD 2189].

_____. A letter to anonmymus. In answer to his three letters to Dr. Sherlock about church-communion. London: For Fincham Gardiner, 1683. [WING S3300] [WILLARD 2188].

_____. A Papist not misrepresented by Protestants … London: For Rich. Chiswell, 1686. [WING S3306] [WILLARD 2184].

_____. A Protestant of the Church of England, no Donatist, or, some short notes on Lucilla and Elizabeth. London: For T. Basset, 1686. [WING S3331] [WILLARD 2170].

_____. The Protestant resolution of faith, being an answer to three questions … London: For F. Gardiner, 1683. [WING S3332] [WILLARD 2168].

_____. A resolution of some cases of conscience which respect Church-Communion. London: Henry Hills, Jun. for Fincham Gardiner, 1682. [WING S3336] [WILLARD 2167].

_____. A second letter to a friend, concerning the French invasion. In which the declaration lately under the title of his majesty's most gracious declaration to all his loving subjects, commanding their assistance against the P. of Orange and his adherents, is entirely and exactly published, according to the dispersed copies; with some short observations upon it. c. 1, 2, & 3. London: Printed and to be sold by Randal Taylor, 1692. [WILLARD 226].

Shirley, James. The politician, a tragedy, presented at Salisbury Court by Her Majesties servants. London: Humphrey Moseley, 1655. [UNCAT 95-4-35].

A short answer to His Grace the D. of Buckingham's paper, concerning religion, toleration, and liberty of conscience. London: For S.G., 1685. [WING S3561] [WILLARD 2177].

[Shower, Sir Bartholomew]. An antidote against poison: … London: 1683. [WING S3648] [WILLARD 2096].

_____. An antidote against poison: composed of some remarks upon the paper printed by the direction of Lady Russel, and mentione to have been delivered by the Lord Russel to the Sheriifs at the place of his Execution. London: Charles Mearne, 1683. [WING S 3648] [DA447.R85 A65].

_____. Cases in Parliament resolved and adjudged, upon petitions, and writs of error. London: A. and J. Churchill, 1698. [JN639.A25 OS1].

Shute, Giles. A new test in lieu of the old one … or, A satisfactory answer to that great and common question, viz. If the penal laws and tests should be abolished, how shall the Protestant religion and interest be secured? 2nd ed. London: George Larkin, 1688. [WING S3711] [WILLARD 2176].

Simson, Archibald. Hieroglyphica. Printed leaf, disbound pages 81-82. "A curious catalogue of the flora and fauna mentioned in the Bible …" Latin. [Edinburgh: Thomas Finlason, 1622-23]. [UNCAT 98-4-9 MAP CASE I].

Sidney, Algernon. The arraignment, tryal & condemnation of Algernon Sidney, esq; for high-treason. For conspiring the death of the King, and intending to raise a rebellion in this Kingdom … London: B. Tooke, 1684. [DA448.S6 OS1].

_____. Discourses concerning government. Published from an original manuscript of the author. London: London and Westminster, 1698. [JC153.S5 OS1].

_____. The very copy of a paper delivered to the sheriffs, upon the scaffold on Tower-hill, on Friday Decemb. 7. 1683 … [WING S3766] [WILLARD 2107].

[Smallridge, George, bp.]. Animadversions on the eight theses … in a discourse entitl'd Church-Government. Part. V… Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1687. [WING S4001] [WILLARD 2180].

_____. Reflections on the historical part of church-government, part V. Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1687. [WING S4003] [WILLARD 2181].

Smith, Henry. The sermons of Master Henry Smith, gathered into one volume … London: Printed by Felix Kyngston for Richard Meighan, 1628. [BX5133.S548 A3 1628].

Smith, John (1580-1631). The generall histoire of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles; with the names of the adventurers, planters, and governours from their first beginning, an: 1584. to this present 1624. With the proceedings of those severall colonies and the accidents that befell them in all their journeys and discoveries. Also the maps and descriptions of all those countries, their commodities, people, government, customes, and religion yet unknown … London, Printed by I.D. and I.H. for Michael Sparkes, 1624. [London: produced for the World Publ. Co., Cleveland, by G. Rainbird, Ltds., 1966]. [F229.S612].

Smith, John (1618-1652). Select discourses treating 1. Of the true way or method of attaining to divine knowledge. Of superstition. 3. Of atheism. 4. Of the immortality of the soul. 5. Of the existence and nature of God. 6. Of prophesie. 7. Of the difference between legal and the evangelical righteousness, the old and the new covenant, &c. 8. Of the shortness and vanity of a pharisaick righteousness. 9. Of the excellency and nobleness of true religion. 10. Of a Christians conflicts with, and conquests over Satan … Cambridge: Printed by John Hayes, for W. Morden, 1673. [BV4500.S63 1673].

Smith, John. The narrative of Mr. John Smith of Walworth, in the country-palatine of Durham, get. Containing a further discovery of the late horrid and popish-plot … c. 1&2. London: Printed by Robert Boulter, 1679. [WING A4127] [WILLARD 107].

_____. The narrative of Mr. John Smith of Walworth, in the County-Palatine of Durham, gent. Containing a further discovery of the late horrid and Popish-Plot. [No. 8 in bound collection]. London: Robert Boulter, 1679. [WING S 4127] [DA448.P6].

_____. No faith or credit to be given to Papists. Being a discourse occasioned by the late conspirators dying in the denyal of their guilt. With particular reflections on the perjury of Will. Viscount Stafford … by John Smith, gentleman, discoverer of the Popish Plot. London: Printed for Theo. Cockerill, 1681. [John Smith of Walworth]. [WING A4128] [WILLARD 145].

Smith, John of Mountague Close, Southwark. The mysterie of rhetorique unveil'd. Wherein above 130 the tropes and figures are severally derived from the Greek into English; together with lively definitions and variety of Latin, English, Scriptural examples … by John Smith. London: Printed by E. Cotes for G. Eversden, 1665. [PE1407.S5 1665].

Smith, Samuel, of Newgate. Ad account, of the behaviour of the fourteen late Popish malefactors, … London: 1679. [WING S4197] [WILLARD 2099].

Smith, Thomas. A pacifick discourse of the causes and remides of the differences about religion. London: For Sam. Smith, 1688. [WING S4226] [WILLARD 2175].

Smith, William. Some clear truth particularly demonstrated unto the king and council, and both houses of Parliament … why the innocent and peaceable people, called Quakers, ought not to be banished … By W.S. London: 1664. [WING S4329] [WILLARD 81].

Sober and seasonable queries humbly offered to all good protestants in England, in order to a choice of the New Parliament. [London: 1679]. [WING S4402] [WILLARD 2098].

Solomon's choice: or, a president for Kings and princes, and all that are in authority, presented in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons at Margaret's Westminster, at their publique fast, Septemb. 25, 1644. London: Printed by E.G. for J. Rothwell, 1644. [WING S2177][WILLARD 2171].

Some considerations touching succession and allegiance. London: For Rich. Chiswell, 1689. [WING S4496] [WILLARD 2174].

Some memoirs: or, A sober essay for a just vindication of the right honourable the Earl of Shaftesbury. Containing the most material remarques and the principal passages of his publique life, most memorably transacted hitherto. Published for the satisfaction of all the seriously inquisitive. c. 1 & 2. London: Printed for Samuel Lee, 1681. [WING S4518] [WILLARD 143].

Some modest reflections upon the commitment of the Earl of Shaftesbury, arising from the late indictment against Mr. Stephen Colledge. London: July 12, 1681. [WING S4524] [WILLARD 2101].

Some modest remarks on Dr. Sherlock's new book about the case of allegiance due to sovereign powers, &c. In a letter to a friend. London: Printed and sold by the Booksellers of London, 1691. [WING S4526] [WILLARD 2173].

Some observations upon the late trials of Sir Geroge Wakeman, … London, 1679. [WING S4540] [WILLARD 2102].

Some particular matter of fact relating to the administration of affairs in Scotland under the Duke of Lauderdale. [London: 1680]. [WING S4549] [WILLARD 2103].

Some reflections upon his Highness the Prince of Oranges declaration. [London: 1688]. [WING S4589v] [WILLARD 1543].

[Somers, John Somers, baron.]. A brief history of the succession of the crown of England &c. … London: 1688/9. [WING S4639] [WILLARD 2105].

_____. A brief history of the succession, collected out of the records, and the most authentick historians. [No. 32 in bound collection. [London: s.n., 1681?]. [DA448.P6].

_____. A letter, balancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace … 1697. [WING S4642] [WILLARD 1643].

South, Robert. Animadversions upon Dr. Sherlock's book, entituled A vindication of the holy and ever-blessed Trinity, &c. … By a divine of the Church of England. London: Printed for R. Taylor, 1693. [BT110.S58S6].

_____. Sermons preached upon several occasions. Oxford: Printed by H. Hall, for Ric. Davis and Will Nott., 1697. [BX5133.S6S4 1697].

Sovereignty of kings: or, An absolute answer and confutation of that groundlesse vindication of Psalme 105. 15… London: 1642. [WING S4780] [ WILLARD 829].

Speed, Iohn. The historie of Great Britaine vnder the conqvests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Normans, their originals, manners, habits, VVarres, Coines, and Seales: with the successions, liues, acts, and issues of the English monarchs, from IV-LIVS Caesar, to our most gracious Soueraigne. 2nd ed. London: Iohn Beale, George Humble, 1623. [DA130.S73 1623 OS1].

Spelman, Sir Henry. Aelfredi Magni Anglorum Regis invictissimi vita tribus libris comprehensa, a … Johanne Spelman … Oxonii, e Theatro Sheldoniano, 1678. [DA153.S75 OS 1].

_____. Certain considerations upon the duties both of prince and people. Oxford: Printed by L. Lichfield, 1642. [JN194 S6 1642].

_____. De sepultura. London: Printed by Robert Young…, 1641. [BT826.2 S65].

_____. De sepultura. London: Printed by Robert Young, 1641. [WING S4924] [WILLARD 1786].

_____. Glossarium Archaiologicum: continens Latino-Barbara peregrina, obsoleta, & novetae significationis vocabula; auqe post labefactats a Gothis, Vadalisq; … Londini: Aliciam Warren, 1664. [PA2907.S7 1664 OS1].

[Spelman, Sir Henry]. Villare anglicanum: or, a view of all the cities, townes, and villages in England: alphabetically composed … / collected by the appointment of the eminent Sir Henry Spelman. … 2nd ed. London: Printed for T. H. for R. Pawlet, 1678. [DA615.V71 c.1] [DA615.V71 c.2].

Spelman, John. Aelfredi Magni Anglorum Regis … Oxford, 1678. [DA153.S75]

Spelman, Sir John (1594-1643). Certain considerations upon the duties both of prince and people. Oxford: Leonard Lichfield, printer to the university, 1642. [JN194.S6 1642].

_____. A Protestant's account of his orthodox holding in matters of religion, at the present indifference in the Church … Printed by Roger Daniel, 1642. [WING S4939] [WILLARD 1787].

Spenser, Edmund. The Faerie Queene, disposed into XII bookes. Fashioning Twelve Morall Vertues. London: 1609. [CREAMER 669].

Spottiswood, John. The history of the Church and State of Scotland, beginning the year of our Lord 203, and continued to the end of the Reign of King James VI. 4th ed. London: R. Royston, 1677 [BX9071.S7 1677 OS1].

Sprat, Thomas, Bp. of Rochester. The Bishop of Rochester's second letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, Lord-Chamberlain of His Majesty's household. In the Savoy: Printed by Edward Jones, 1689. [WING S5049] [WILLARD 1803].

_____. A discourse made by the Ld Bishop of Rochester to the clergy of his diocese, at his visitation in the year 1695. Printed by Edw. Johne, 1696. [WING S5031] [WILLARD 1799].

_____. A letter from the Bishop of Rochester, to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, Lord-Chamberlain of His Majesties household, concerning the sitting in the late ecclesiastical commission. In the Savoy; Printed by Edw. Jones, 1688. [WING S5033] [WILLARD 1800].

_____. A sermon preached before the Artillery Company of London at St. Mary Le Bow, April 20, 1682 … ; London: Printed for John Baker, at the three Pigeons in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1682. [WING S5058] [WILLARD 1798].

_____. A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminters, January, 30th 1677-8. London: Printed by T. N. for Henry Brome, 1678. [WING S5053] [WILLARD 1801].

_____. A sermon preached before the King at Whitehall December the 22, 1678 … London: Printed by S.R. for Henry Brome, 1678. [WING S5056] [WILLARD 1802].

_____. A true account and declaration of the horrid conspiracy against the late king, His present Majesty, and the government: as it was order'd to be published by His late Majesty. In the Savoy. [London]: Printed by T. Newcomb, 1685. [DA430.S75 OS1].

Stafford, William Howard, viscount, defendant. The tryal of William, viscount Stafford for high treason … London: Printed by the assigns of John Bull, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1680/1. [WILLARD 141].

_____. The tryal of William Viscount Stafford for high treason, in conspiring the death of the king, the extirpation of the Protestant religion, the subversion of the government, and introduction of popery into the realm,… [No. 25 in bound collection]. London: John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1680/1. [WING T2238] [DA448.P6].

Staley, William. The tryal of William Stayley, goldsmith, for speaking treasonable worlds against his most sacred majesty. and upon full evidence found guilty of high treason … London: Printed for Robert Pawlet, 1678. [WILLARD 99].

Standish, John. A sermon preached before the King at White-Hal, Septem. The 26th, 1675 … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1676. [WING W5215] [WILLARD 1788].

_____. A sermon preached at the Assizes at Hergord, March the 9th, 1682/3 … London: Printed by Tho. Milbourn, for Robert Clavel, [1683]. [WING S5217] [WILLARD 1789].

Stanhope, George. Of preparation for death and judgment; a sermon preached at Whitehall January 27, 1694/5 … London: Printed for R. Sare, 1695. [WING S5225] [WILLARD 1790].

Stanley, Thomas. The history of philosophy: containing the lives, opinions, actions and discourses of the philosophers of every sect. Illustrated with the effigies of divers of them. 2nd ed. London: Printed for T. Bassett, D. Newman, and T. Cockerill, 1687. [B111 S8 1687 OS1].

[Stanley, William]. A discourse concerning the devotions of the Church of Rome, especially, as compared with those of the Church of England … London: Printed for Benj. Tooke, 1685. [WING S5244] [WILLARD 1791].

State Tracts: being a collection of several treatises relating to government. Privately printed in the reign of K. Charles II. London: [s.n.], 1689. [DA430.S8].

State Tracts: being a collection of several treatises relating to government. Privately printed in the reign of K. Charles II. London: [s.n.], 1693. [DA445.S7 OS1].

State tracts: being a collection of several treatises relating to the government. Privately printed in the reign of K. Charles II. London: [s.n.], 1693. [WILLARD 246].

State tracts: being a farther collection of several choice treatises relating to the government. From the year 1660, to 1689. Now published in a body to shew the necessity, and clear the legality of the late revolution, and our present happy settlement, under the auspicious reign of their Majesties, King William and Queen Mary. London: Printed and to be sold by Richard Baldwin, 1692. [WILLARD 246].

State tracts: being a farther collection of several choice treatises relatiang to the government from the year 1660 to 1689 now published in a body, to shew the necessity, and clear the legality of the late revolution, and our present happy settlement, under the auspicious reign of their Majesties, King William and Queen Mary. London: Richard Baldwin 1692. [DA430.S8 OS 1 c.2].

[Stephens, Edward]. An apology for Mr. R. Stafford, with an admonition to him and such other honest mistaken people … By the author of the Reflection. London: 1690 [WING S5418] [WILLARD 1792].

_____. The beginning and progress of a needful and hopeful reformation in England … London: Printed in the year 1691. [WING S5422] [WILLARD 1794].

_____. Important question of state, law, justice and prudence, both civil and religious, upon the late revolutions and present state of these nations. By Socrates Christianus. London: 1689. [WING S5427] [WILLARD 1793].

_____. Reflections upon the occurrences of the last year. From 5 Nov. 1688 to 5 Nov. 1689. Wherein, the happy progress of the late Revolution, and the unhappy progress of affairs since, are considered … London: 1689. [WING S5437] [WILLARD 1795].

_____. A specimen of a declaration of highness the Prince of Orange, and of the present convention of the nation. [London: 1689]. [WING S5442] [WILLARD 1796].

Stephens, William. A sermon preach'd before the honourable House of Commons, January 30, 1699/1700. London: Printed and to be sold by A. Baldwin, 1700. [WING S5463]. [WILLARD 1805].

_____. A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and aldermen of the City of London, at St. Mary-le-Bow, Jan. 30th, 1693-4. London: Printed for John Lawrence and Brab. Aylmer, 1694. [WING S5462] [WILLARD 1807].

[Stephens, William]. An account of the growth of deism in England. c.1 & 2. London: Printed for the authors, 1696. [WING S5459] [WILLARD 239].

_____. A letter to his most excellent majesty King William III … 3d ed. London: Printed by J. Darby and sold by A. Baldwin, 1699. [WING S5461] [WILLARD 1797].

_____. A Thanksgiving sermon preach'd before the honourable the Lord Mayor, Court of Aldermen, Sheriffs and companies of the city of London, at St. Mary-le-Bow, April 16, 1696 … London: Printed for B. Aylmer and J. Lawrence, 1696. [WING S5465] [WILLARD 1806].

Stillingfleet, Edward. The Council of Trent examin'd and disprov'd by catholick tradition, in the main points in controversie between us and the church o f Rome; … Part I … London, 1638. [S55569] [WILLARD 1831].

_____. A defence of the discourse concerning the idolatry practiced in the Church of Rome, in answer to a book entituled, Catholicks no idolaters. London: printed by Robert White for Henry Mortlock, 1676. [BX1763.S84].

_____. A discourse concerning the nature and grounds of the certainty of faith, in answer to J.S. his Catholick letters. London: Printed for Henry Mortlock, 1688. [WING S5582] [WILLARD 1918].

_____. Irenicum. A weapon-slave for the churches wounds, or the divine right of particular forms of church-government … 2nd edition. London: Printed for J. Mortlock, 1662. [BV649.S75 1662].

_____. The mischief of separation. A sermon preached at Guild-Hall Chappel, May 11, 1680. 2nd ed. London: Printed for Henry Mortlock, 1680. [WING S5606] [WILLARD 1901].

_____. Scripture and tradition compared; in a sermon preached at Guild-Hall Chapel, Novemb. 27, 1687. London: Printed for Henry Mortlock, 1688. [WING S5632] [WILLARD 1902].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the king, Feb. 24, 1674/5. London: Printed by Rob. White 1675. [WING S5647] [WILLARD 1905].

_____. A sermon preached before the king, March 13, 1666/7. London: Printed by Robert White, for Henry Mortlock, 1667. [WING S5641] [WILLARD 1904].

_____. A sermon preached before the queen at White-Hall, February 22d, 1688/9. London: Printed for Henry Mortlocke, 1689. [WING S5660] [WILLARD 1908].

_____. A sermon preached November V, 1673 at St. Margarets Westminst. 2nd ed. London: Printed by Robert White, for Henry Mortlock, 1674. [WING S5645] [WILLARD 1906].

_____. A sermon peached on the fast-day, November 13, 1678 at St. Margarets, Westminster, before the honourable House of Commons. 3rd ed. London: Printed by Margaret White, for Henry Mortlock, 1678. [WING S5651] [WILLARD 1907].

_____. An answer to some papers lately printed, concerning the authority of the Catholic Church in matters of faith, and the reformation of the Church of England. London: Printed for Ric. Chiswel, 1686. [WING S5562] [WILLARD 1830].

_____. A discourse concerning the illegality of the late ecclesiastical commission, in answer to the vindication and defence of it: wherein the true notion of the legal supremacy is cleared; and an account is given of the nature, original, and mischief of the dispensing power. London: Printed for Henry Mortlock, 1689. [WILLARD 203].

_____. A discourse concerning the unreasonalbleness of a new separation, on account of the oaths. With an answer to the history of passive obedience, so far as relates to them … Lonodn: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1689. [WING 214].

_____. The doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome. 2nd ed. corrected. London: Printed for W. Rogers, 1686. [WING S5591] [WILLARD 18899].

_____. The doctrine of the trinity and transubstantiation compared as to scripture, reason, and tradition. In a new dialogue between a protestant and a papist. The first part. London: Printed by J.D. for W. Rogers, 1687. [WING S5587] [WILLARD 1898].

_____. The doctrine of the trinity and transubstantiation compared as to scripture, reason, and tradition. In a new dialogue between a protestant and a papist. The second part. London: Printed for William Rogers, 1687. [WING S5588] [WILLARD 1897].

_____. A letter to Mr. C. giving a true account of a late conference at the D. of P. London: Printed for H. Mortlock, 1687. [WING S5602] [WILLARD 1990].

_____. A second letter to Mr. G. in answer to two letters lately published concerning the conference at the D. of P. London: Printed for H. Mortlocke, 1687. {WING S5635] [WILLARD 1903].

_____. A vindication of the answer to some late papers concerning the unity and authority of the Catholick Church, and the reformation of the Church of England. London: Printed for Ricard Chiswell, 1687. [WING S5678] [WILLARD 1909].

_____. A vindication of their majesties authority to fill the Sees of the deprived bishops … London: Ric. Chiswell, 1691. [WING S5679] [WILLARD 1910].

[Strachan, William]. Some remarks upon a late pamphlet, entituled, an answer to the Scots Presbyterian eloquence. Wherein the innocency of the Episcopal clergy is vindicated, and the constitution and government of our church of Scotland defended, against the lies and calumnies of the Presbyterian pamphleteers … London: Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1694. [WING S5776] [WILLARD 234].

Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, 1st earl of, defendant. A briefe, and perfect relation, of the answeres and replies of Thomas, earle of Strafford; to the articles exhibited against him, by the House of Commons on the thirteenth of Aprill, An. Dom. 1641. London: Printed 1647. [WILLARD 52].

[Strafford, Thomas Wentworth], Earl. The conclusion of the Earle of Strafford's defence, the twelfth of Aprill, 1641. Printed in the yeare, 1641. [WING S5784] [WILLARD 1911].

Stratford, Nicholas, Bp. Of Chester. A discourse concerning the necessity of reformation … London: 1685. [WILLARD 872].

[Stratford, Nicholas, bp.]. The lay-Christian's obligation to read the Holy Scripture. London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1687. [WING S5934] [WILLARD 1912].

_____. The peoples right to read the Holy Scripture asserted. In answer to the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th chapters, of the Second Part of the Popish Representer. London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1687. [WING S5938] [WILLARD 1913].

Strickland, John. God's work of mercy, in Sion's misery; laid out in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at Margaret's, Westminster, Decemb. 27, 1643. Whereunto is added, a catalogue of the names of all the Divines that preached before the Parliament till this present, in order as they preached. London: Printed by J. Rawroth, for L. Fawne, 1644. [WING S5970] [WILLARD 1914].

Stowe, John. Annales, or A Generall Chronicle of England. Continved and Augmented with Matters Foreaigne and Domestique, Ancient and Moderne, vnto the end of this present yeare, 1631. By Edmvnd Howes, Gent. London: Richard Meighen, 1631. [DA130 S89 OS1].

Stubbe, Henry. A justification of the present war. Against the Vnited Netherlands. London: Henry Hills and John Starkey, 1673. [DJ181.S8].

[Stubbe, Henry]. A justification of the present war against the United Netherlands … By an English man … London: Printed for Henry Hills and John Starkey, 1672. [WING S6050] [WILLARD 82].

[Taylor, James]. A letter to the misrpresenter of Papists, being a vindication of that part of the Protestant preface to the Wholesome Advices from the Blessed Virgin, etc. which concerns the Protestants charity to Papists, and a layman's writing it in answr to what is objected agasint it in the 4th chapter of the Second Part of the Papist Misrepresented, etc. London: Printed by J.D. for J. Robinson, 1687. [WING T285] [WILLARD 1915].

Taylor, Jeremy. Ductor dubitantium: or, The rule of conscience in all her general measures; serving as a great instrument for the determination of cases of conscience. In four books. 4th ed. London: Printed by J.L. for L. Meredith, 1696. [BV4610.T3 1696 OS1].

_____. The Golden Grove. A choice manual, containing what is to be believed, practised and desire or Prayed for; the prayers being fitted to the several days of the week. Also festival hymns, according the manner of the ancient church. 18th ed. London: J.H. for L. Meredith, 1693. [PR3729.T13A6 1692].

_____. The great exemplar of sanctity and holy life according to the Christian institution. Described in the history of the life and death of the ever blessed Jesus Christ, the saviour of the world. London: Printed by R.N. for F. Ash, 1649. [BT300.T2 1649].

_____. A discovrse concerning prayer ex tempore; or, by pretence of the spirit, in justification of authorized and set-formes of lyturgie … Printed in the yeare 1646. [WILLARD 76].

Taylor, Silas. The history of gavel-kind, with the etymology therof; containing also an assertion that our English laws are for the most part those that were used by the antient Brytains, notwithstanding the several conquests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Normans; with some observations and remarks upon many especial occurrences of British and English history. [London], 1663. [HD594.T39].

The teares of Sion upon the death of Josiah … [London]: 1649. [WING T608] [WILLARD 848].

The temple of death, a poem; written by the Marquess of Normanby. Horace of the Art of Poetry, made English by the Earl of Roscommon. The Duel of the Stags, by the Honourable Sir Robert Howard. Together with several other excellent poems by the Earls of Rochester and Orrery, Sir Charles Sedley, Sir George Etheridge, the Honourable Mr. Montague, Mr. Granvill, Mr. Dryden, Mr. Chetwood, and Mr. Tate. To which is added several poems of the Honourable Madam Wharton. 2nd ed. London: Tho. Warren for Francis Saunders, 1695. [PR1213.H3 1695].

Temple, William. An answer to a scurrilous pamphlet lately printed, intituled, a letter from Monsieur de Cros, to the Lord – … London: Printed for Randal Taylor, 1693. [WINg T635] [WILLARD 808b].

_____. Letters written by Sir W. Temple, bart and other ministers of state, both at home and abroad. Containing an account of the most important transactions that pass'd in Christendom from 1665 to 1672. Vols. I & II. London: Printed by J. Tonson, 1700. [D274. T279].

_____. Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands. 3rd. ed. London: Edward Gellibrand, 1676. [DJ155.T2 1676].

[Temple, Sir William]. Miscellanea. I. A survey of the constitutions and interests of the Empire, Sueden, Denmark, Spain, Holland, France and Flanders; with their relation to England in the year 1671. II. An essay on the origin and nature of government. III. An essay on the advancement of trade in Ireland. IV. Upon the conjuncture of affairs in Oct. 1673. V. An essay upon on the excesses of grief … [H33T3 1680].

Tenison, Thomas, abp. Mr Pulton consider'd in his sincerity, reasoning, authorities or a just answer to what he hath hitherto published in his true account; his true and full account of a conference, etc. … London: 1687. [WING T703] [WILLARD 1859].

_____. A sermon against self-love, &c, preached before the Honourable House of Commons, on the 5th of June, Being the fast-day, appointed to implore the blessing of Almighty God upon their Majesties forces by sea and land, … London: 1689. [WING T708] [WILLARD 1856].

_____. A sermon preached at the funeral of her late Majesty Queen Mary of ever blessed memory in the Abbey-Church in Westminster. Upon March 5, 1694/5. [WING T720] {WILLARD 1857].

[Tenison, Thomas]. An argument for union, taken from the true interest of those dissenters in England, who profess, and call themselves Protestants. London: Printed for Tho. Basset, 1683. [WING T688] [WILLARD 1916].

_____. The difference betwixt the Protestant and Socinian methods: in answer to a book written by a Romanist, and intituled, The Protestants Pleas for a Socinian. [London]: Printed for Benjamin Tooke, 1687. [WING T694] [WILLARD 1917].

_____. A discourse concerning a guide in matters of faith; with respect, especially, to the Romish pretence of the necessity of such a one as is infallible. c.1 &2. London: Ben. Tooke, 1683.

_____. A discourse concerning the Ecclesiastical Commission open'd in the Jerusalem-Chamber, October the 10th, 1689. London: Ric. Chiswell, 1689. [WING T697] [WILLARD 1858].

A tenth collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England. Viz. I. reflections upon our late and present proceedings. II. Some notes on a pamphlet … III. The Scots grievances … London: 1689. [WING T727] [WILLARD 1855].

Tertullianus, Quintus Septimus Florens. Apologeticus et Ad Scapulam liber, accessit M. Minucii Felicis Octavius… Catabrigiae, ex offician J. Hayes, impensis H. Dickinson & R. Green, 1686. [BT1116.T4 1686].

Tesdale, Christopher. Hierusalem: or a vision of peace. In a sermon … preached … before the Honourable House of Commons. London, 1644. [WING T792] [WILLARD 837].

A testimony to the truth of Jesus Christ, and to our solemn league and convenant; and also against the errours, heresies and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them … London: 1648. [WING T823] [WILLARD 1854].

Thims, Gregory. The Protestant informer, or information to all protestants: shewing the causes and end, of this unjust warre, plotted by Romish Jesuites, and now manage by English Papists, and their abettors against this Parliament, and in this all other Parliaments … London: 1643. [WING T893?] [WILLARD 1853].

A third collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England. Viz. I. The expedition of the Prince of Orange … III. A further account of the Prince's army … III. three letters … IV. Popish treaties not to be rely'd on … London: 1688. [WING T900] [WILLARD 1860].

Thompson, Sir John. The Earl of Anglesey's, State of the Government and Kingdom: prepared and intended for his Majesty, King Charles II. In the year 1682. but the storm impending growing so high prevented it then… London: Printed for Sammuel Crouch, 1694. [WING T1000] [WILLARD 1861].

Thorowgood, Thomas. Moderation iustified, and the Lords being at hand emproved, in a sermon at West Minister before the Hnorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament: preached at the late solemne fast, December 25, 1644. By Thomas Thorowgood … London: 1645. [WILLARD 838].

Three speeches spoken at a Commonhall, Thursday the 3. of July, 1645. by Mr. Lisle, Mr. Tate, Mr. Brown, members of the House of Commons … London: 1645. [WING T1121] [WILLARD 1851].

Thucydides [Thomas Hobbes]. [De bello pelaponnesiaco] Eight books of the Peloponnesian warre, written by Thvcydides the sonne of Olorvs. Interpreted with faith and diligence immediately out of the Greeke, by Thomas Hobbes. London: Printed for R. Mynne, 1634. [DF229.T5H6 1634 OS 1].

Tillotson, John. The lawfulness, and obligation of oaths. A sermon preach'd at the assises held at Kingston upon Thomas, July 21, 1681. London: Printed by B. Aylmer, 1681. [Bound with Tillotson, John. A sermon preach'd before the king and queen at Hampton Court]. [WING T1200] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. The protestant religion vindicated, from the charge of singularity & novelty: in a sermon preached before the king at White-Hall, April the 2d, 1680. London: Printed for B. Aylmer, 1680. Bound with Tillotson, John. A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1214] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached at St. Mary le Bow before the lord mayor, court of aldermen, & citizens of London, on Wed. the 18th of June … for a solemn monthly fast. London: Printed for B. Aylmer, 1690. Bound with Tillotson, John, A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton court. [WING T1242] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached at the first general metting of the gentlemen, and the others in and near London, who were born within the county of York. In the church of S. Mary-le-Bow, Decemb. 3. 1678. London: Printed for B. Aylmer. Bound with Tillotson, John. A sermon preached before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1232] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached at the funeral of the Reverend Benjamin Whichcot, D.D. and Minister of S. Lawrence Jewry, London, May 24th, 1683. London: 1683. [WING T1235] {WILLARD 1847].

_____. A sermon preached at Lincolns-Inn-chappel, on the 31th of Jan., 1688. London: printed for B. Aylmer, 1699. Bound with A sermon preach'd … [WING T1236] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached at White-Hall, April the 4th, 1679. London: printed for B. Aylmer, 1679. Bound with Tillotson, John, A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1233] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached at White-Hall before the queen on the monthly fast-day, Sept. 16th, 1691. London: B. Aylmer, 1691. Bound with Tillotson, John, A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton court. [WING T1244] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the honourable house of commons, on Wed. the 16th of April … London: Printed for Brabazon Aylmer. Bound with Tillotson, John, A sermon preach'd before the King & Queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1241] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the King and Queen at Hampton court, April the 14th, 1689. London: B. Aylmer, Bound with: A sermon preached at Lincolns-Inn-chappel on the 31th of Jan., 1688. – A sermon preach'd before the queen at White-Hall, March the 8th 1688-9. A sermon preach'd before the queen at White-Hall, March the 7th, 1689-90. A sermon preached before the honourable house of commons, on Wed. the 16th of April. –A sermon preached at St. Mary le Bow before the lord mayor, court of aldermen, & citizens of London … [WING T1238] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the queen at White-Hall, March the 8th, 1688-9. London: Printed for Brabazon Aylmer, 1689. [WING T1237] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the queen at White-Hall March the 7th, 1689-90. London: Brabazon Aylmer. Bound with Tillotson, John, A sermon preach'd before the King & Queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1240] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached before the king & queen at White-Hall, the 27th of Oct. being the day appointed for a publick thanksgiving to the Almighty God, for the signal victory at sea; for the preservation of his majesty's sacred person, and for his safe return to his people. London: Printed for B. Aylmer, 1692. Bound with Tillotson, John. A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1246] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached before the queen, at White-Hall, Feb. the 27th, 1690-1. London: Printed for B. Aylmer. Bound with Tillotson, John, A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1243] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached before the queen at White-Hall, April the 9th, 1693. concerning the sacrifice and satisfaction of Christ. London: B. Aylmer, 1693. Bound with Tillotston, John, A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1248].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the queen at White-Hall, March the 20th, 1691-2. London: 1692. Bound with Tillotson, John, A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1245] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A sermon preached November 5, 1678 at St. Margarets, Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons. London: Printed by J. D. for B. Aylmer, 1678. [BX5133.T52S4].

_____. A sermon preached Nov. 5. 1678. at St. Margarets Westminster, before the hourable House of Commons. London: Printed by F.D. for B. Aylmer, 1678. Bound with Tillotson, John. A sermon preach'd before the king & queen at Hampton Court. [WING T1230] [WILLARD 1848].

_____. A discourse against Transubstatiation. 4th ed. London: 1685. [WING T1193] [WILLARD 1845].

_____. A persuasive to frequent communion in the Holy Sacrament of the Lords Supper. London: 1684. [WING T1207] [WILLARD 1846].

[Tillotson, John, abp.]. A sermon preached before the queen at White-Hall, April the 9th. concerning the sacrifice and satisfaction of Christ. By John, lord archbishop of Canterbury … London: Printed for B. Aylmer, 1693. Bound with Pierce, Thomas, The primitive rule of reformation. [WILLARD 85].

_____. Two discourses. The first, of evil-speaking: by his Grace, John, late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. The second, of the Government of the Thoughts: by his Grace, John, Lord Archbishop of York. Both preach'd before their Majesties, 1694. London: 1698. [WING T1271V] [WILLARD1838].

[Tindal, Matthew]. A letter to the Reverend the Clergy of both Universities, concerning the Trinity and the Athanasian Creed … [n.p.]: 1694. [WING T1303] [WILLARD 1837].

To the King's most excellent maiesty, The humble petition of the commissioners of the Genreall Assembly of the kirke of Scotland, met at Edinbrough January, 4. 1642 … with His maiesties gratious answer t hereunto: March 16. 1642. Oxford: Leonard Lichfield, 1642. [WILLARD 830].

Torshell, Samuel. A designe about disposing the Bible into harmony … London: 1647. [WILLARD 843].

A Tory plot; or the discovery of a design carried on by our late addressers and abhorrers, to alter the Constitution of the government, and to betray the protestant religion. London: 1682. [WING T1946] [WILLARD 1850].

The Tory plot: the second part, or, a farther discovery of a design to later the Constitution of the government, and to betray the Protestant religion. By Philanax Misopappas. London: 1682. [WING T1947] [WILLARD 1849].

Travestin. An account of the imperial proceedings against the Turks: with an exact diary of the siege of Newheusel, and it taking: … As it was taken by Mr. Travestin, an English gentleman…London: Printed for Sam Crouch, 1685. [WING T2067] [WILLARD 190].

A treatise of the oath of supremacy. Printed in the year, 1679. [WING T2097] [WILLARD 92].

Treby, Sir George, comp. A collection of letters and other writings, relating to the horrid Popish Plott: … London: 1681. [WING T2102] [ WILLARD 2106].

_____. A collection of letters and other writings, relating to the horrid Popish Plott. [No. 30 in bound collection]. London: Printed for Samuel Heyrick and John Wickins, 1681. [WING T2102] [DA448.P6].

_____. The second part of the collection of letters and other writings, relating to the horrid Popish Plott;… London: 1681. [WING T2104] [WILLARD 2108].

_____. Truth vindicated: or a detection of the aspersions and scandals cast upon Sir Robert Clayton and Sir George Treby, Justices; and Slingsby Bethell and Henry Cornish Esquires, Sheriffs, of the city of London, in a paper published in the name of Dr. Francis Hawkins, minister of the tower, intitutled … [n.p., n.d.] [WING 2107] [WILLARD 1836].

[Trenchard, John]. An argument, shewing, that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government, and absolutely destructive to the Constitution of the English Monarchy. London: 1697. [WING T2110] [WILLARD 1833]

_____. A letter from the author of the argument against a standing army, to the author of the balancing letter ... London: 1697. [WING T2113] [WILLARD 242].

_____. A letter from the author of the Argument against a standing army to the author of the Ballancing Letter. London: 1697. [WING T2113] [WILLARD 1835].

_____. A short history of standing armies in England. London: 1697. [WING T2116] [WILLARD 1834]

The trial, conviction and condemnation of Andrew Brommich and William Atkins, for being Romish priests,… London: 1679. [WING T2176] [WILLARD 2114].

The trials of Thomas Walcot, William Hone, William Lord Russell, … for high treason … July 12, 13, and 14. 1683. London: 1683. [WING T2265] [WILLARD 2125].

Triple Episcopacie: or, a Three-fold order of Bishops … [London]: 1641. [WILLARD 819].

The triumph of loyalty: or the Happinesse of a suffering subject … London: 1648. [WING T2291] [WILLARD 845].

A true account of the whole proceedings betwixt his grace James Duke of Ormond, and the Right Honor. Arthur Earl of Anglesey … London: 1682. [WING T2408] [WILLARD 2127].

A True and credible relation of the barbarous cruelitie and bloudy massacres of the English Protestants that lived in the kingdome of Ireland … London: 1642. [WILLARD 831].

A True extract of severall letters lately received … London: 1643. [WILLARD 834].

A true relation of the manner of the deposing of King Edward II. Together with the articles which were exhibited against him in Parliament. As also, an exact account of the proceedings and articles against King Richard II; And the manner of his deposition and resignation according to the Parliament-roll it self, where they are recorded at large. London: Printed and to be sold by Richard Baldwin, 1689. [WING T3002] [WILLARD 211].

A true relation of what is discovered concerning the murther of the Archbp of St. Andrews, and of what appears to have been the occasion thereof. [London: 1679]. [WING T3080] [WILLARD 2128].

The true speeches of Thomas Whitebread, Provincial of the Jesuits in England, … June the 20th. MDCLXXXIX. London: 1679. [WING T3099] [WILLARD 2129].

A true state of the case of the Commonwealth on England, Scotland, and Ireland … in reference to the late establish'd government by a Lord Protector, and a Parliament … London: Theo. Newcomb, 1654. [WILLARD 60].

The tryal and condemnation of Edw. Fitz-Harris, Esq; for high treason, … the 9th of June, …, 1681. London: 1681. [WING T2140] [WILLARD 2109].

The tryal and condemnation of George Borosky alias Boratzi, … Tuesday, February 28. 1681. London: 1682. [WING T2141] [WILLARD 2110].

The tryal and conviction of John Hambden, Esq; upon an incident of high-misdemeanour, … the 6th day of February, 1683. London: 1684. [WING R2160] [WILLARD 2111].

The tryal and conviction of Sr. Sam, Bernardiston, Bart … on Thursday, Feb. 14. 1683. London: 1684. [WING T2164] [WILLARD 2112].

The tryal and sentence of Elizabeth Cellier; … held Saturday the 11th and Monday the 13th of Sept. 1680. London: [WING T2171] [WILLARD 2113].

The tryal of Charles Lord Mohun, before the House of Peers in Parliament,… which began the 31 of January 1692… London: 1693. [W T2181] [WILLARD 2115].

The tryal of Edward Coleman, Gent. for conspiring the death of the King, … on Thursday November the 28th 1678. [WING T2185] [WILLARD 2116].

The tryal of Lavrence Braddon and Hugh Speke, Gent… On Friday the 7th of February, 1683. London: 1684. [WING T2196] [WILLARD 2117].

The tryal of Lavrence Braddon ahdn Hugh Speke, Gent. … endeavouring thereby to raise a belief in His Majesties subjects, that the late Earl of Essex did not murther himself in the tower … London: Benjamine Tooke, 1684. [DA448.B7].

The tryal of Nathanael Thompson, John Farewell, William Pain, … the Twentieth of June, 1682. London: 1682. [WING T2206] [WILLARD 2119].

The tryal of Nathaniel Reading Esq; for attempting to stifle the Kings evidence as to the horrid Plot: … on Thursday the 24th. Of April 1679. London: 1679. [WING T2205] [WILLARD 2118].

The tryal of Nathaniel Reading Esq; for attempting to stifle the Kings evidence as to the horrid Plot:… London: Robert Pawlet, 1679. [DA448 R4 OS1].

The tryal of Richard Langhorm Esq; counselor at law: for conspiring the death of the King, … on Saturday, being the 14th. of June 1679. London: 1679. [WING T2212] [WILLARD 2120].

The tryal of Roger Earl of Castlemaine for high treason, in conspiring the death of the King, … [No. 23 in bound collection]. London: For S.G. and N.E. and sold by Randal Taylor, 1681. [DA448.P6].

The tryal of Sr. Tho. Gascoyne Bar. for high-treason, ... on Wednesday the 11th of February 1679 … London: 1680. [WING T2219] [WILLARD 2121].

The tryal of Tho. Pilkington, Esq; Samuel Shute, Esq; … for the riot at Guild-Hall, on midsummer – day, 1682… London: 1683. [WING T2231] [WILLARD 2122].

The tryal of Tho. Pilkington, Esq; … for the riot at Guild-Hall on Midsommer-day, 1682 being the day for eclection of sheriffs for the year ensuing. London: Thomas Dring, 1683. [DA448.P5 OS1].

The tryal of William Stayley, goldsmith; for speaking treasonable words against his most sacred Majesty: … on Thursday November the 21th 1678. London: 1678. [WING T2237] [WILLARD 2123].

The tryal of William Viscount Stafford for high treason, … with the manner of his execution on the 29th of the same month. London: 1680/1. [WING T2238] [WILLARD 2071].

The trials and condemnation of Robert Charnock, Edwar King, and Thomas Keyes, for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His Sacred Majesty, … March 11. 1695/6. London: 1696. [WING T2244] [WILLARD 2084].

The tryals and condemnation of Thomas White, alias Whitebread, … on Friday and Saturday, being the 13th and 14th of June 1679. London: 1679. [WING T2247] [WILLARD 2097].

The tryals of Henry Cornish, Esq; for conspiring the death of the King, and rasing a rebellion in this kingdom;… on Monday, Octob. 19. 1685. London: 1685. [WING T2250] [WILLARD 2100].

The tryals of Robert Green, Henry Berry, & Lawrence Hill, for the murder of Sr. Edmond-bury Godrey Knt … on Monday the 10th of February 1678/9. London: 1679. WING T2256] [WILLARD 2065].

The tryals of Sir Geroge Wakeman Barronet. William Marshall, William Rumley, and James Corker, … on Fryday the 18th of July 1679. London: 1679 [WING T2259] [WILLARD 2124].

The tryals of William Ireland, Thomas Pickering, and John Grove; for conspiring to murder the King: … December the 17th … London: 1678. [WING T2268] [WILLARD 2126].

Trussell, John. A Continuation of the Collection of the History of England. London, 1641. Bound with The Collection of the History of England. By S.D. [Samuel Daniel]. [DA130.D18 1626].

Truth brought to light; or the gross forgeries of Dr. Hollingworth, in his pamphlet intituled, The Character of King Charles the first, from the declaration of Mr. Alexander Henerson, etc. Detected being a vindication of Mr. Henderson and Dr. Walker, from the Aldgate Chaplain's vile scandals … London: 1693. [WING T3153] [WILLARD 1840].

[Tully, George]. A answer to a discourse concerning the celibacy of the clery, printed at Oxford. Oxford: Printed at the theater for Richard Chiswell; London: 1688. [WING T3235] [WILLARD 1841].

Turbervill, Edward. The information of Edward Turbervill … delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Tuesday the Ninth day of November, in the year of our Lord. London: 1680. [WING T3252] [WILLARD 2130].

_____. The information of Edward Turbervill of Skerr in the County of Glamorgan, Gent. Delivered at the bar of the House of Commons, Tuesday the Ninth day of November, in the year of our Lord. 1680. London: John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, Printers to the King's Majesty, 1680. [WING T 3252] [DA448.P6].

Turner, Francis, Bp. of Ely. A sermon preached before Their Majesties K. James II. And Q. Mary, at their coronation in Westminster-Abby, April 23, 1685. London: R. Clavell, 1685. [DA452.T8].

_____. A sermon preached before their Majesties K. James II. And Q. Mary, at their coronation in Westminister-Abby, April 23, 1685. By Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, and Lord Almoner to his majesty. London: 1685. [WING T3288] [WILLARD 1843].

[Turner, Francis, bp.]. Animadversions upon a late pamphlet entituled The Naked Truth; or, the True State of the Primitive Church. London: Printed by T.R. and sold by Benj. Tooke, 1676. [WING T3274] [WILLARD 1842].

The twelfth and last collection of papers (vol. I) relating to the present juncture of affairs in England and Scotland. Viz. I. the secret league with France … II. The reasons why the late King James would not stand to a free and suddenness of the change in England. IV … London: 1689. [WING T3392] [WILLARD 1804].

Twysden, Sir Roger. An historical vindication of the Church of England in point of schism as it stands separated from the Roman, and was reformed [under] I. Elizabeth. London: Printed for Robert Pawlet at the Bible in Chancery Lane near Fleet Street. [BR750.T95]

Usher, James, Abp. Of Armagh, ed. Veterum epistolarm hibernicarum sylloge; partim de Hibernis vel rebus Hibernicus sunt conscriptae. Paris, ex officina Lud. Billaine, 1665. [BR62.U83].

[Ussher, James]. Abp. Of Armagh. De Graeca Septuaginta, interpretum versione Syntagma: cum libri Estherae etc Cainane, etc. London: 1655. [WING U165] [WILLARD 852].

Vane, Sir Henry. Sr. Henry Vane his speech in the House of Commons, at a committee for the bill against episcopall-government, Mr. Hide sitting in the chaire. June 11. 1641. London: Printed for Francis Constable, 1641. [DA398.1641].

_____. Sr. Henry Vane his speech in the house of Commons, at a Committee for the Bill against Episcopall-Government, Mr. Hide sitting in the chaire. June 11, 1641. London: Printed for Francis Constable, 1641. [WILLARD 1844].

De verborum significatione. The exposition of the termes and diffficill wordes conteined in the foure buiks of Regiam Maiestatem, and uthers, in the Acts of Parliament, Infestments, and used in practicque of this realm, and with divers rules, and common places, or principals of the lawes. London: E.G., 1641. [DA803.3 C85 1641].

Vertot, Rene Aubert de, abbe. The history of the revolutions that happened in the government of the Roman Republic … 2nd ed. English'd by Mr. Ozell …To which is prefixed a translation of a memorial sent from London by the late Earl Stanhope to the Abbot de Vertot at Paris; containing divers questions relating to the constitution of the Roman Senate. London: Printed for W. Taylor … F. Pemberton … E. Symon, 1721. [DG231.V563 1721].

Vigne. Sure and honest means for the conversion of all hereticks: and wholesome advice and expedients for the reformation of the church. Writ by one of the Communion of the Church of Rome, and translated from the French, printed at Cologn, 1682 … London: 1688. [WING V379] [WILLARD 1852].

Villare Anglicum: or a view of all the cities, towns and villages in England … Collected by the appointment of the eminent Sir Henry Spelman, knight. London: T.H. for Robert Pawlett, 1678. [DA640.S74 1678].

A vindication of the Arch-Bishop and several other bishops, from the imputations and calumnies cast upon them by the author of the modest enquiry. London: 1690. [WING V496] [WILLARD 2131].

Vines, Richard. The authours, nature, and danger of heresie. Laid open in a sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons at Margarets Westiminster upon Wednesday the Tenth of March 1646 … London: 1647. [WILLARD 1862].

_____. The hearse of the renowned, the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Essex … as it was represented in a sermon, preached in the Abbey Church at Westminster, at the magnificent solemnity of his funerall, Oct. 22, 1646. [WING V553] [WILLARD 1893].

Vox Cleri pro Rege: or the Rights of the Crown … [London]: 1688. [WILLARD 877].

Vox Patriae: or the resentments & indignation of the free-born subjects of England, against popery, arbitrary government, the Duke of York … and true collection of the petitions and addresses … from counties, cities, and boroughs of this realm, to their respective representatives, chosen to serve in the Parliament held at Oxford March 21, 1680. [No. 37 in bound collection]. London: Printed for Francis Peters, 1681. [WING V725] [DA448.P6].

Vox populi: or the peoples claim to their Parliaments sitting, to redress grievances and provide for the common safety; by the known laws and constitutions of the nation: humbly recommended to the King and Parliament at their meeting at Oxford, the 21th of March. London: 1681. [WING V729] [WILLARD 1863].

Vox Regni: or, the voice of the kingdom.. Being a dialogue between the city and countrey. [No. 3 in bound collection]. [1680]. [WING V738] [DA448.P6 OS1].

W., W. Animadversions on the late vindication of Slingsby Bethel, esq; wherein the ancient and laudable customs of the City of London are asserted against the scandalous reflections he has made upon them … By a loyal citizen. [Pamborough: Printed for the use of English merchants, 1681]. [WING W138] [WILLARD 146].

[Wagstaffe, Thomas the elder]. An answer to a letter to Dr. Sherlock written in vindication of that part of Josephus's History to Alexander, against the answer to the piece entituled, Obedience and submission to the present government. By the same author. London: 1692. [WING W204] [WILLARD 1865].

_____. An answer to Dr. Sherlock's vindication of the Case of Allegiance due to sovereign power, which he made in reply to an answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, Obedience and submission to the present government, demonstrated from Bishop Overal's Convocation-Book: … London: 1692. [WING 205] [WILLARD 1866].

_____. An answer to the late pamphlet, entituled, Obedience and submission to the present government demonstrated from B. Overall's Convocation-Book. With a post-script in answer to Dr. Sherlock's Case of Allegiance. [London: 1690]. [WING W202] [WILLARD 1864].

_____. A defence of The vindication of K. Charles the Martyr; justifying His Majesty's title to Eikon basilike. In answer to a late pamphlet entitled Amyntor. By the author of the Vindication. London: Printed by W. Bowyer, 1699. [DA400.W35].

Wagstaffe, Thomas. A sermon preached before the right honourable the Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at the Guild-Hall Chappel on November the 23d. 1684. London: 1685. [WING W213] [WILLARD 1867].

Wake, William, Abp. Of Canterbury. An exhoration to mutual charity and union among Protestants in a sermon preach'd before the King and Queen at Hampton Court, May 21. 1689 … London: 1689. [WING 242] [WILLARD 1872].

_____. The Missionarie's arts discovered: or, an account of their ways of insinuation, their artifices and several methods of which they serve themselves in making converts…London: Printed and sold by Randal Taylor, 1688. [WING W246a] [WILLARD 1874].

_____. Of our obligation to put our trust in God, rather than in men, and of the advantages of it. In a sermon preached before th honourable Society of Grayes-Inn: upon the occasion of the death of our late royal sovereign Queen Mary …3rd ed. London: Printed for R. Sare, 1695. [WING W249] [WILLARD 1875].

_____. A second defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England: against the new exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, and his vindicator, the first part and the second part. London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1687/8. [WING W260-261] [WILLARD 1876].

_____. A sermon preach'd before the honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster June 5th, 1689. … London: Printed for Ric. Chiwell, 1689. [WING W263] [WILLARD 1877].

[Wake, William, apb. of Canterbury] . A defense of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England, against the exception of Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of London, and his vindicator. London: 1688. [WING W236] [WILLARD 1868].

_____. A defence of the missionaries arts: wherin the charge of disloyalty, rebellions, plots, and treasons, asserted page 76 of that book and are fully proved against the members of the Church of Rome … London: 1689. [WING W238] [WILLARD 1869].

_____. A discourse concerning the nature of idolatry: in which a late author's true and onely notion of idolatry is considered and confuted … London: 1688. [WING W239] [WILLARD 1870].

_____. A discourse of the Holy Eucharist in the two great points of the real presence and the adoration of the host in answer to the two discourse lately printed at Oxford on this subject… London: 1687. [WING W240] [WILLARD 1871].

_____. An exposition of the Church of England, in the several articles proposed by Monsieur de Meaux… London: Printed fro Richard Chiswell, 1686. [WING W243 ] [WILLARD 1873].

_____. Two discourses: of purgatory, and prayers for the dead. London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1687. [WING W272] [WILLARD 1878].

Wakeman, Sir George. The tryalls of Sir George Wakeman, baronet. William Marshall and James Corker, Benedictine monks, for high treason, for conspiring the death of the king … London: Printed for H. Hills (and others), 1679. [WILLARD 103].

Walcot, Thomas. A true copy of a paper written by Capt. Tho. Walcott in Newgate, after his condemnation, and delivered to his son, immediately before his execution. London: 1683. [WING W285] [WILLARD 2132].

[Walker, Anthony]. A true account of the author of a book entituled Eikon Basilike [in Greek] , or, the pourtraiture of His Sacred Majesty in His solitudes and sufferings: proved to be written by Dr. Gauden, late Bishop of Worcester. With an answer to all objections made by Dr. Hollingworth and others … London: Printed for Nathanael Ranew, 1692. [WING W310] [WILLARD 1879].

Walker, Clement. Relations and observations, historical and politick, upon the Parliament begun anno Dom, 1640. Divided into II. books: 1. The mystery of the two junto's, Presbyterian and Independent. 2. The history of the Independency, &c. Together with an appendix, touching the proceedings of the Independent factions in Scotland… [London]: Printed for R. Royston, 1661. [DA410.W172].

Walkley, Thomas. A catalogue of the dvkes, marquesses, earles, viscounts, bishops, barons, that sit in this Parliament, begun at Westminster the 3. of November, 1640. London: Tho: Walkley, 1640. [STC 24979] [WILLARD 9].

Waller, Edmund. Mr. Wallers speech in Parliament, at a conference of both houses in the painted chamber. 6 July London: Printed by J.N. for Abel Roper at the black spread eagle over against Saint Dunstans Church in Fleet-Street, 1641. [WING W522] [WILLARD 1880].

_____. Poems, &c. Written upon several occasions, and to several persons. London: H. Herrinman and sold by Francis Saunders and Thomas Bennet, 1693. [PR3750 A1 1693].

_____. Poems, &c. Written upon several occasions, and to several persons. London: H. Herringman and sold by Jacob Tonson, 1694. [PR3750 A1 1694].

Waller, Sir William, younger. The tragical history of Jetzer: … London: 1679. [WING W548] [WILLARD 2133].

Wallis, John. A explication and vindication of the Athanasian Creed, in a third letter pursuant of the former, concerning the sacred trinity. Together with a postscript, in answer to another letter … London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, 1691. [WING W581] [WILLARD 1881].

Walton, Izaak. The lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert; written by Izaak Walton. 4th ed. London: Printed by Tho. Roycroft, 1675. [DA377.W2 1675]

Ward, Seth, bp. An apology for the mysteries of the Gospel. Being a sermon preached at White-Hall, Feb. 16, 1672/3 … London: Printed by Andrew Clark, for James Collins, 1673. [WING W814] [WILLARD 1882].

_____. The Christians victory over death. A sermon at the funeral of the Most Honourable George Duke of Albermarle, etc. … London: Printed for James Collins at the Kings-Head in Westminster-Hall, 1670. [WING W818] [WILLARD 1892].

[Ward, Sir Patience]. The speech of the Right Honourable Sir Patience Warde, … September 29, 1680 … London: 1680. [WING W794] [WILLARD 2134].

Ward, Thomas. Monomachia; or, A duel between Dr. Tho Tenison, pastor of St. Martins, and a Roman Catholic souldier … London: Printed for the author, 1687. [WILLARD 186].

Waring, Robert. Effigies amoris in English: or, The picture of love unveil'd. London: Printed by M. White, for J. Good, 1682. [HQ731.W213 1682].

Warmstry, Thomas. A convocation speech, by Mr. Thomas Warmstry, one of the clerks for the diocese of Worcester: against images, altars, crosses yhe new canon, and the oath, etc. London: printed in the yeare, 1641. [WING W882] [WILLARD 1891].

_____. Ramus Olivaie; or an humble motion for peace: presented to his Sacred Majestie, and the Honourable Houses of Parliament … Oxford: Henry Hall, 1642. [WING W888] [WILLARD 1883].

Warner, John. Church-lands not to be sold. Or, a necessary and plaine answer to the question of a conscientious Protestant; whether the lands of the Bishops and churches in England and Wales may be sold? Printed in the yeare, 1648. [WING W900] [WILLARD 1890].

Warrington, Henry Booth, 1st earl of, defendant. The trial of Henry, baron Delamere, for high-treason, in Westminster-hall, the 14th day of January, 1685 … London: Printed for Dorman Newman, 1686. [WILLARD 172].

Watkins, Sir David. True & originall copy of the first petition … London: 1642. [WILLARD 832].

Watson, Thomas. The fight of faith crowned: or, a sermon preached at the funral of that eminently holy man Mr Henry Stubs. London: Printed and to be sold by Joseph Collier, 1678. [WING W1123] [WILLARD 1889].

Watts, Thomas. A sermon preached upon Febr. The 14th. Being the Day of Thanksgiving to Almighty God, for having made his highness the P. of Orange, etc … London: Printed for R. Wilde, 1689. [WING W1158] [WILLARD 1884].

The way of peace: or, A discourse of the dangerous principles and practices of some pretended Protestants tendered to the consideration of all sober and ingenious persons. Being certain brief collections out of the late writings of several learned Protestant authors. With divers additions perswasive to peace. By the author, a Protestant of the church of England … London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1680. [WILLARD 131].

Weekly pacquet of advice from Rome; or, the history of the Popery. [Popish Plot, etc.] v. 1-6, no. 3; Dec. 3, 1678-Feb. 2, 1680. [DA 448 .W45].

Wellwood, James. A vindication of the present great revolution in England; in five letters pass'd betwixt (him) … and Mr. John March … occasion'd by a sermon preach'd by him (March) on January 30. 1688-9 before the mayor and aldermen, for passive obedience and non-resistance … London: Printed and sold by R. Taylor, 1689. [WILLARD 215].

[Wellwood, James]. An answer to the late King James's declaration to all his petended subjects in the Kingdom of England … London: Printed for Dorman Newman, 1693. [WING W1298] [WILLARD 1885].

_____. An answer to the late K. James's last declaration, date at St. Germains, April 17, S.N. 1693. London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1693. [WING W1302] [WILLARD 1886].

Westminster assembly of divines. Propositions concerning church-government and ordination of ministers. Edinburgh: Printed for Evan Tyler, 1647 … reprinted London … for Robert Bostock, 1647. [WING W1423] [WILLARD 48].

[Wharton, Henry]. The enthusiasm of the Church of Rome demonstrated in some observations upon the life of Ignatius Loyola. London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1688. [WING 1562] [WILLARD 1887].

_____. The pamphlet entituled, Speculum Ecclesiasticum, or an ecclesiastical prospective-glass, considered, in its false reasonings and quotations … London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1688. [WING W1568] [WILLARD 1888].

_____. A treatise of the celibacy of the clergy wherin its rise and progress are historically considered. London: Printed by H. Clark for James Adamson, 1688. [WING W1570] [WILLARD 1825].

Wharton, Sir George. A second narrative of the late Parliament (so called). Wherein, after a bried reciting some remarkable passages in the former narrative, is given an account of their second meeting … By a friend tothe good old cause of justice, righteousnesse, the freedom and liberties of the people … Printed in the fifth year of England's slavery under its new monarchy. [London]: 1658. [WING W1556] [WILLARD 63].

Whichcot, Benjamin. Select sermons of Dr. Whichcot. [Lord Shaftesbury, ed. acc. To B.M.]. London: printed for Awsham and John Churchill … 1698. [UNCAT 95-5-852].

Whiston, William. A new theory of earth, from its original, to the consummation of all things. Wherein the creation of the worlds in six days, the universal Deluge, and the general conflagration, as laid down in the Holy Scriptures are hewn to be perfectly agreeable to reason and philosophy. London: R. Roberts, for B. Tooke, 1696. [BD501.W5].

[Whitaker, Edward]. A justification of the paper, entituled, a short history of the life and death of the act made in the 35th of Eliz. Cap. 1, & c. … London: 1681. [WING 1703] [WILLARD 2135].

Whitaker, Jeremiah. The danger of greatness of, Uzziah his exaltation and destruction: set forth in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons … London: Printed by G.M. for John Bellamie, 1646. [WING 1711] [WILLARD 1824].

[Whitby, Daniel]. An historical account of some things relaing to the nature of the English Government and the conceptions which our fore-fathers had of it. With some inferences thence made for the satisfaction of those who scruple the Oath of Allegiance to King William and Queen Mary. London: 1690. [WING 1729] [WILLARD 1829].

_____. A treatise practiced in confutation of the Latin service now practiced and, by the Order of the Trent Council, continued in the Church of Rome. London: Printed by M. Flesher, for Walter Kettilby, [WING 1739] [WILLARD 1828].

White, John, barrister, Middle Temple. Mr. Whites speech in Parliament on Munday, the 17th of January. Concerning the triall of the Bishops. An. Dom: 1641. London: Printed for F. Coules & T. Bancks. [WING 1772] [WILLARD 1827].

_____. A speech of Mr. John White, Counsellor at law, made in the Commons House of Parliament concerning Episcopacy. London: Printed for Thomas Nicholes, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the Bible in Popes-head Alley, 1641. [WING 1773] [WILLARD 1826]

White-Hall fayre: or, Who buyes good pennyworth of Barkstead … [London]: Printed for A.P., 1648. [WILLARD 55].

[Whitelock, Sir James]. A learned and necessary argument to prove that each subject hath a propriety in his goods. Shewing also the extent of the king's prerogative in impositions upon the goods of merchants … By a late learned judge of this kingdome. London: Printed by Richard Bishop for Iohn Burrouches, 1641. [WILLARD 11].

The whole book of Psalmes. Collected into Englishe metre by Thom[as] Sternh[old], John Hopkins and others, conferred with the Ebrue, with apt Note to sing them withall … London: Printed by J. Daye, 1578. [BS 1440 S8 1578].

Whole Book of Psalms / collected into English meeter by Thomas Sternhold, Iohn Hopkins, and others. London: Printed by E.G. for the Company of Stationer, 1640. Bound with Book of Common Prayer … [CREAMER 927].

Wilkinson, Henry. The hope of glory … Oxford, 1660. [WILLARD 854].

Wilkinson, Henry. The information of Capt. Hen. Wilkinson, of what hath passed betwist him and some other persons, who have attempted to prevail with him to swear high treason against the Earl of Shaftesbury. c. 1 & 2. London: Printed for Henry Wilkinson, 1681. [WING W2218] [WILLARD 144].

Will with a Whisp to Robin Goodfellow. [London: Printed for T. Davies, 1680]. [WILLARD 121].

Ap William, de'Bretaine, pseud. A Sober enquiry whether it be lawful for subjects withough royal authority to take up arms in defence of the Protestant religion, to prevent Popery. London: Printed for A. Banks, 1684. [WILLARD 168].

William III, King of England. The Prince of Orange his declaration, shewing the reasons why he invades England, with a short preface, and some modest remarks on it. London: Randal Taylor, 1688. [WILLARD 197].

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[William III]. The Prince of Oranges third declaration (given under our hand and seal at our headquarters at Sherburn Castle, the 28th day of November, 1688]. [WING W2487] [WILLARD 1823].

[Williams, John, bp.]. A Sermon preach'd at the funeral of the Reverend Thomas Jekyll, D.D. late Preacher at the New Chappel, Westminister, October 7, 1698. By John Lord Bishop of Chichester. London: Printed for H. Walwyn, 1689. [WING W2731] [WILLARD 1820].

W[illiams], J[ohn], bp. The case of indifferent things used in worship of God … London: printed by F. Redmayne, Jun. for Fincham Gardiner, 1682/3. [WING W2689] [WILLARD 1815].

_____. The Case of Lay-Communion with the Church of England considered; and the lawfulness of it shew'd from the testimony of above an hundred eminent non-conformist of several perswasions. London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1683. [WING W2691v] [WILLARD 1814].

_____. Christianity abused by the Church of Rome and Popery shewed to be a corruption of it:being an answer to a late printed paper given about by Papists. In a letter to a gentleman. London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, at the Bishops Head in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1679. [WING 2698] [WILLARD 1818].

[Williams, John, bp]. An answer to the address presented to the Ministers of the Church of England. London: Ric. Chiswell, 1689. [W2680] [WILLARD 1821].

_____. A Declaration of the sense of the Archbishops and Bishops; now in and about London, upon the occasion of Their attendance in Parliament; concerning the irregular and scandalous proceedings of certain Clergy-Men at the execution of Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkins. Printed for John Everyingham, 1696. [WING 2699] [WILLARD 1816].

_____. The difference between the Church of England, and the Church of Rome in Opposition to a late book intituled, An Agreement between the Church of England, and the Church of Rome. London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1687. [WING 2701] [WILLARD 1819].

_____. The papist represented, and not misrepresented; being in answer to the first sheet of the second part of the The papist misrepresented and represented … London: Printed for Ric. Chiswell, 1687. [WILLARD 188].

_____. A Vindication of the case of indifferent things, used in the worship of God: in answer to a book intituled, The case of indifferent things used in the Worship of God, examined, stated on the behalf of the dissenters, and calmly argued. London: Printed by H. Hills, for Fincham Gardner, 1684. [WILLARD W2740] [WILLARD 1817].

Williams, Sir William, bart. Votes of the House of Commons, perused, etc. By William Williams, Speaker. [No. 33 in bound collection. London: Printed by the assigns of John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1680. [WING E2764] [DA448.P6].

_____. The speech of the honourable Willm Williams, esq; speaker of the House of Commons, upon the electing of him as speaker … London: Printed for Gabriel Kunholt, 1680. [WILLARD 122].

_____. Reflexions upon a pamphlet, intitutled, an account of the growth of Deism in England. Together with some considerations about the Christian religion … London: Printed for John Newton, 1696. [WILLARD 240].

Wingate, Edm. gent. Britton, 2nd edition. Faithfully corrected according to divers ancient manuscripts of the same booke. London: Printed by John Moore, 1640. [JN757.B7 1640].

[Winstanley, William]. Poor Robin's intelligence reviv'd … London: 1678. [WILLARD 860].

Wither, George. A collection of emblemes antiente and moderne. London, 1635. [PR2392.E5 1635a PLUME OS1].

Witty apophthegmes delivered at severall times, and upon severall occasions / by King James, King Charls, Marquess of Worcester, Francis Lord Bacon, and Sir Thomas Moore. London: Printed for Edward Farnham, 1658. [CREAMER 397].

[Womock, Laurence]. Pulpit-conceptions, popular deceptions: or, the grand debate resume, in the point of prayer… London: Printed for Richard Roysten, 1662. [WILLARD 76].

[Wood, Anthony]. Athenaie oxonienses, an exact history of all the writers and bishops who have had their education in the most ancient and famous university of Oxford, from fifteenth year of King Henry the Seventh, Dom. 1500 , to the end of the year 1690. 1st ed. London: Printed for Tho. Bennet at the Half-Moon in S. Paul's Churchyard, 1691-1692. Two volumes in one. [MILLER OS 45].

[Wood, Thomas]. A vindication of the historiographer of the University of Oxford, and his works, from the reproaches of the lord bishop of Coventury 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, by Anthony Hurmer. Written by E.D. to which is added the historiographer's answer to certain animadervision made in the before-mention'd History of the Reformation, to that part of Historia & antiquitates universitatis oxon, which treats of the divorce of Qeen Catherine from King Henry the eighth. London: Printed and sold by Randal Taylor, 1693. [WILLARD 232].

Wortley, Sir Francis, bart. The dutie of … Elisabeth Queene of Bohemia … London: 1641. [Photostat]. [WILLARD 820].

Wotton, Sir Henry. Reliquiae Wottonianae, or A Collection of lives, letters, poems, with characters of sundry personage / by Sir Henry Wotton. London: Printed by Thomas Maxey for R. Marriot, G. Bedel, and T. Garthwait, 1651. [MILLER 46].

_____. Reliquiae Wottonianae: or, A collection of lives, letters, poems; with characters of sundry personages: and other incomparable pieces of language and art. … 3rd. ed. London: Printed by T. Roycroft…, 1672. [DA391.1.W9A15 1672].

Wotton, William. Reflections upon ancient and modern learning. London: Printed by J. Leake for P. Buck, 1694. [AZ101.W6 1694].

_____. Reflections upon ancient and modern learning. London: Printed for P. Buck, 1697. [AZ101.W6 1697].

Wyeth, Joseph. Anguis Flagellatus: or, a switch for the snake. Being an answer to the third and last edition of the Snake in the grass . Wherein that author's injustice and falsehood, both in quotation and sstory, are discovered as obviated. And the truth doctrinally deliver'd by us, stated and maintained in opposition to his misrepresentation and perversion. To which is added a supplement by George Whitehead. London: T. Sowle, 1699. [BX7734.A2W9].

Y., D. A most serious expostulation with several of my fellow-citizens in reference to their standing so high for the D.Y.'s interest at this juncture of time. [London: 1680]. [WING Y1] [WILLARD 2137].

Young, Edward. A Sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen at Guild-Hall Chappel, February 4, 1682. By Edward Young, Fellow of the College near Winchester. London: Printed by J. Wallis, for Walter Kettilby, 1683. [WING Y67] [WILLARD 1913].

Zeale, John. A narrative of the phanatical plot, setting forth the treasonable and wicked designs … [London]: 1683. [WING Z10] [WILLARD 2136].

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