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An answer to the Lamentation of Cheap-side Crosse. Together with the reasons why so many doe desire the downfall of it, and all such popish reliques. Also the downfall of Antichrist. By Samuel Lovedeay.
An answer to the Lament...
[1642]
150- 407q
title page
 
Source Creator
Loveday, Samuel, 1619-1677.
Source Title
An answer to the Lamentation of Cheap-side Crosse. Together with the reasons why so many doe desire the downfall of it, and all such popish reliques. Also the downfall of Antichrist. By Samuel Lovedeay.
Source Created or Published
[1642]
Source Call Number
150- 407q
A seasonable lecture, or a most learned oration…
A seasonable lecture, o...
1642
168-289q
title page
 
Source Creator
Taylor, John, 1580-1653.
Source Title
A seasonable lecture, or a most learned oration…
Source Created or Published
1642
Source Call Number
168-289q
The Protestant almanack for the year from the incarnation of Iesus Christ, 1669. Our deliverance from popery by Queen Eliz. 110. Being the first after bissextile or leap-year. Wherein the bloody aspects, fatal oppositions, and pernicious conjunctions of the papacy, against the Lord Christ, and the Lords anointed, are described. With the change of the moon, the rising and setting of the sun, and other useful additions, as fairs, eclipses, &c. Calculated according to art, for the meridian of Babylon, where the Pope is elevated ninety degrees above all reason, right, and religion, ... By Philoprotest: a well-willer to the mathematicks.
The Protestant almanack...
1669
A2223 Bd.w. A1588
B4r: A new and infallib...
 
Source Creator
Winstanley, William, 1628?-1698.
Source Title
The Protestant almanack for the year from the incarnation of Iesus Christ, 1669. Our deliverance from popery by Queen Eliz. 110. Being the first after bissextile or leap-year. Wherein the bloody aspects, fatal oppositions, and pernicious conjunctions of the papacy, against the Lord Christ, and the Lords anointed, are described. With the change of the moon, the rising and setting of the sun, and other useful additions, as fairs, eclipses, &c. Calculated according to art, for the meridian of Babylon, where the Pope is elevated ninety degrees above all reason, right, and religion, ... By Philoprotest: a well-willer to the mathematicks.
Source Created or Published
1669
Source Call Number
A2223 Bd.w. A1588
The mowing-Devil, or, Strange news out of Hartford-Shire ...
The mowing-Devil, or, S...
[1678]
267- 885q
A1r: title page
 
Source Title
The mowing-Devil, or, Strange news out of Hartford-Shire ...
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[1678]
Source Call Number
267- 885q
[Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay] The honorable history of Frier Bacon and Frier Bungay…
[Friar Bacon and Friar ...
[1655]
G1828
title page
 
Source Creator
Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592.
Source Title
[Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay] The honorable history of Frier Bacon and Frier Bungay…
Source Created or Published
[1655]
Source Call Number
G1828
The dolefull lamentation of Cheap-side Crosse: or old England sick of the staggers. Together with the hearty thanks which I Jasper Crosse hath lately returned to those noble-minded, and gentile-bred prentises thereabouts, for rescuing my honour from being ravished: especially to that Robert York, who was my chiefe protector at that time.
The dolefull lamentatio...
1641
D1837
title page
 
Source Creator
Crosse, Jasper.
Source Title
The dolefull lamentation of Cheap-side Crosse: or old England sick of the staggers. Together with the hearty thanks which I Jasper Crosse hath lately returned to those noble-minded, and gentile-bred prentises thereabouts, for rescuing my honour from being ravished: especially to that Robert York, who was my chiefe protector at that time.
Source Created or Published
1641
Source Call Number
D1837
A messenger from the dead, or, conference full of stupendious horrour, heard distinctly, and by alternate voyces, by many at that time present.
A messenger from the de...
1658
P1597
frontispiece and title ...
 
Source Creator
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673.
Source Title
A messenger from the dead, or, conference full of stupendious horrour, heard distinctly, and by alternate voyces, by many at that time present.
Source Created or Published
1658
Source Call Number
P1597
The Ranters ranting: with the apprehending, examinations, and confession of Iohn Collins, I. Shakespear, Tho. Wiberton, and five more which are to answer the next sessions...
The Ranters ranting: wi...
1650
R450
title page
 
Source Creator
Reading, John, 1588-1667.
Source Title
The Ranters ranting: with the apprehending, examinations, and confession of Iohn Collins, I. Shakespear, Tho. Wiberton, and five more which are to answer the next sessions...
Source Created or Published
1650
Source Call Number
R450
A true relation of a barbarous and most cruell murther...
A true relation of a ba...
1633
STC 10582
title page
 
Source Title
A true relation of a barbarous and most cruell murther...
Source Created or Published
1633
Source Call Number
STC 10582
St. Paules-Church her bill for the Parliament, as it was presented to the Kings Matie on Midlent-Sunday last, and intended for the view of that most high and honorable court, and generally for all such as beare good will to the reflourishing estate of the said church. Partly in verse, partly in prose. Penned and published for her good by Hen: Farley author of her complaint.
St. Paules-Church her b...
[1621]
STC 10690
title page
 
Source Creator
Farley, Henry.
Source Title
St. Paules-Church her bill for the Parliament, as it was presented to the Kings Matie on Midlent-Sunday last, and intended for the view of that most high and honorable court, and generally for all such as beare good will to the reflourishing estate of the said church. Partly in verse, partly in prose. Penned and published for her good by Hen: Farley author of her complaint.
Source Created or Published
[1621]
Source Call Number
STC 10690
Fortunes tennis-ball: a warning to all that are nursers of pride, for justice is knowne to be eagle-ey'd ....
Fortunes tennis-ball: a...
1640
STC 11198 copy 1
title page
 
Source Title
Fortunes tennis-ball: a warning to all that are nursers of pride, for justice is knowne to be eagle-ey'd ....
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1640
Source Call Number
STC 11198 copy 1
The life and death of Griffin Flood informer. Whose cunning courses, churlish manners, and troublesome informations, molested a number of plaine dealing people in this city of London. Wherein is also declared the murther of Iohn Chipperford Vintner, for w
The life and death of G...
1623
STC 11090
[A2v]
 
Source Title
The life and death of Griffin Flood informer. Whose cunning courses, churlish manners, and troublesome informations, molested a number of plaine dealing people in this city of London. Wherein is also declared the murther of Iohn Chipperford Vintner, for w
Source Created or Published
1623
Source Call Number
STC 11090
The life and death of Griffin Flood informer. Whose cunning courses, churlish manners, and troublesome informations, molested a number of plaine dealing people in this city of London. Wherein is also declared the murther of Iohn Chipperford Vintner, for w
The life and death of G...
1623
STC 11090
title page
 
Source Title
The life and death of Griffin Flood informer. Whose cunning courses, churlish manners, and troublesome informations, molested a number of plaine dealing people in this city of London. Wherein is also declared the murther of Iohn Chipperford Vintner, for w
Source Created or Published
1623
Source Call Number
STC 11090
A cat may look upon a king.
A cat may look upon a k...
1652
W1271
frontispiece || title p...
 
Source Creator
Weldon, Anthony, Sir, d. 1649?
Source Title
A cat may look upon a king.
Source Created or Published
1652
Source Call Number
W1271
[Newes from sea, of two notorious pyrats Ward the Englishman, and Danseker the Dutchman.] Ward and Danseker, tvvo notorious pyrate[s,] ...
[Newes from sea, of two...
1609
STC 25022.2
title page
 
Source Title
[Newes from sea, of two notorious pyrats Ward the Englishman, and Danseker the Dutchman.] Ward and Danseker, tvvo notorious pyrate[s,] ...
Source Created or Published
1609
Source Call Number
STC 25022.2
The English usurer; or usury condemned, by the most learned and famous diuines of the Church of England...
The English usurer; or ...
1634
STC 3129
illustrated title page
 
Source Title
The English usurer; or usury condemned, by the most learned and famous diuines of the Church of England...
Source Created or Published
1634
Source Call Number
STC 3129
A murmurer.
A murmurer.
1607
STC 3671.2
title page
 
Source Creator
Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?
Source Title
A murmurer.
Source Created or Published
1607
Source Call Number
STC 3671.2
The court and country, or A briefe discourse dialogue-wise set downe betweene a courtier and a country-man: contayning the manner and condition of their liues, with many delectable and pithy sayings worthy obseruation. Also, necessary notes for a courtier. VVritten by N.B. Gent.
The court and country, ...
1618
STC 3642
illustrated title page
 
Source Creator
Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?
Source Title
The court and country, or A briefe discourse dialogue-wise set downe betweene a courtier and a country-man: contayning the manner and condition of their liues, with many delectable and pithy sayings worthy obseruation. Also, necessary notes for a courtier. VVritten by N.B. Gent.
Source Created or Published
1618
Source Call Number
STC 3642
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