OTA Catalogue: TCP Phase 1 (partial)

Part 5 of 5

Date: 4th January 2017

Summary of files from the Text Creation Partnership, in the public domain and available to download from the OTA. Note also that first tranche of ECCO TCP Phase 1 texts are not listed here, but are in the main OTA catalogue, numbered 3307-5693. Broken into five files to allow search engine indexers to cope.

Title Author ID Class Status Visibility
A letter to the Right Honourable William Windham, on the intemperance and dangerous tendency of his public conduct. By Thomas HolcroftHolcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K056001.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the origin and formation of fossil-shells, &c: Wherein is proposed a way to reconcile the two different opinions, of those who affirm them to be the exuviæ of real animals, and those who fancy them to be lusus naturæ.K056026.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the justice of GodHazlitt, William, 1737-1820.K056081.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Of the torments of Hell: the foundation and pillars thereof discovered, searched, shaken, and removed. ...Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658.K056135.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Lady Julia Mandeville: In two volumes. By the translator of Lady Catesby's letters. [pt.1]Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.K056178.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Lady Julia Mandeville: In two volumes. By the translator of Lady Catesby's letters. [pt.2]Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.K056178.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The chaplet: A musical entertainment. As it is perform'd by His Majesty's company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.Mendez, Moses, d. 1758.K056299.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Great Britain, from the Restoration, to the accession of the house of Hannover: By James Macpherson, in two volumes. ... [pt.1]Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.K056324.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Great Britain, from the Restoration, to the accession of the house of Hannover: By James Macpherson, in two volumes. ... [pt.2]Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.K056324.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Earl of Warwick, a tragedy: as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K056360.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the South-Sea trade: With an enquiry into the grounds and reasons of the present dislike and complaint against the settlement of a South-Sea company. By the author of the Review.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056661.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A further search into the conduct of the allies: and the late ministry, as to peace and war. Containing also a reply to the several letters and memorials of the States-General. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056668.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the treaty of commerce with France: with necessary expositions.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056672.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A view of the real dangers of the succession: from the peace with France: being a sober enquiry into the securities proposed in the articles of peace, and whether they are such as the nation ought to be satisfy'd with or no.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056674.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Extracts from several Mercators; being considerations on the state of the British tradeDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056676.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief survey of the legal liberties of the dissenters: and how far the bill now depending consists with preserving the toleration inviolably: wherein the present bill is published; and also the Toleration Act at large, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056679.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Advice to the people of Great Britain: with respect to two important points of their future conduct. I. What they ought to expect from the King. II. How they ought to behave to him.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056681.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the proceedings against the rebels, and other prisoners, tried before the Lord Chief Justice Jefferies: and other judges in the west of England, in 1685. for taking arms under the Duke of Monmouth. ... To which is prefix'd, the Duke of Monmouth's, the Earl of Argyle's, and the Pretender's declarations, that the reader may the better judge of the cause of the several rebellions.K056694.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The shepherds lottery. A musical entertainment: As it is perform'd by His Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.Mendez, Moses, d. 1758.K056709.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Highland reel: a comic opera. In three acts. As it is performed at the Theatres-Royal in London and Dublin. By John O'Keeffe, Esq.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K056731.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poor soldier: a comic opera. In two acts. With all the original songs. Written by John O'Keefe, Esq; ... As acted at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K056734.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An historical account of the bitter sufferings, and melancholly circumstances of the episcopal church in Scotland: under the barbarous usage and bloody persecution of the presbyterian church government. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056933.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Advice to all parties: By the author of The true-born English-man.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056943.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The double welcome. A poem to the Duke of Marlbro'Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K056945.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached in the parish church of Boldre in Hampshire, at the funeral of William Baker, May 18, 1791. To which is added a short account of his life. By William Gilpin,Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K057073.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Dr. George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, reprinted with some additions and corrections from the Biographia Britannica; with his character, ... a description of the hospital, which he erected and endowed ... To which are added the lives of his two brothers, Dr. Robert Abbot, ... and Sir Morris Abbot,Oldys, William, 1696-1761.K057094.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays on the following subjects: I. On the reality and evidence of miracles, ... Written some years since, ... By an obscure layman in town:Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.K057134.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Conscience: an ethical essay. By the Reverend J. BrandBrand, John, d. 1808.K057370.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of ****: Commonly known by the name of George Psalmanazar; a reputed native of Formosa. Written by himself in order to be published after his death. ...Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.K057408.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Fashionable levities, a comedy: In five acts. By Leonard Macnally, Esq.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.K057422.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
On illicit love. Written among the ruins of Godstow nunnery, near Oxford. By John Brand,Brand, John, 1744-1806.K057429.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sophia: By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K057507.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sophia: By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K057507.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The story of Lady Juliana Harley: A novel. In letters. By Mrs. Griffith. ... [pt.1]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K057520.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The story of Lady Juliana Harley: A novel. In letters. By Mrs. Griffith. ... [pt.2]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K057520.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Jack Connor.: [pt.1]Chaigneau, William, 1709-1781.K057526.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Jack Connor.: [pt.2]Chaigneau, William, 1709-1781.K057526.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?K057527.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?K057527.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?K057527.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.1]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K057530.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.2]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K057530.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.3]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K057530.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.4]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K057530.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.5]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K057530.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.6]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K057530.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity and usefulness of the dispensaries lately set up by the College of Physicians in London, for the use of the sick poor. Together with an answer to all the objections rais'd against them by the apothecaries, or othersK057538.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Principles of equityKames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K057664.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Historical law-tracts.: [pt.1]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K057665.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Historical law-tracts.: [pt.2]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K057665.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A bold stroke for a husband: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.K057720.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
More ways than one: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.K057721.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The apotheosis of Punch; a satirical masque: with a monody on the death of the late Master Punch. As now performing at the Patagonian Theatre, Exeter- 'Change, with universal applauseMacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.K057724.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Tristram Shandy: a sentimental, Shandean bagatelle, in two acts. By the author of Retaliation.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.K057725.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Robin Hood; or, Sherwood Forest: a comic opera: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By Leonard Mac Nally, Esq.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.K057726.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life, death, and renovation of Tom Thumb; a legendary burletta, in one act, as it is performed at the Royal CircusDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K057952.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon, occasioned by the death of His late Majesty: Preached on the ninth of November. In the morning at Queen-Street chapel, and in the afternoon at St. Paul's, Covent-Garden. By the Revd. Thomas Francklin. ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K058052.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cupid's revenge: an Arcadian pastoral: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market. The music by Mr. Hook.Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K058226.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The macaroni. A comedy: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in York.Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.K058227.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The court of Alexander: An opera, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.K058248.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The French flogged, or, the British sailors in America, a farce of two acts, as it was performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-GardenStevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.K058249.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of Sir Isaac Newton's principles of fluxions: against the objections contained in The analyst. By J. Walton.Walton, Jacob, d. 1743.K058255.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A new test of the Church of England's loyalty: or, Whiggish loyalty and church loyalty compar'd.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K058371.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The free-holders plea against stock-jobbing elections of Parliament menDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K058373.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays upon several projects: or, effectual ways for advancing the interest of the nation.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K058376.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lover's treat: or, unnatural hatred: Being a true narrative ... Written by Mrs. Charke, ...Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760.K058426.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke: (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq;) ... written by herself.Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760.K058430.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays addressed to young married womenGriffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K058457.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Almoran and Hamet: an oriental tale. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.K058583.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Almoran and Hamet: an oriental tale. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.K058583.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An historical view of the Irish stage: from the earliest period down to the close of the season 1788. Interspersed with theatrical anecdotes, ... In two volumes. ... By Robert Hitchcock, ... [pt.1]Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.K058702.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An historical view of the Irish stage: from the earliest period down to the close of the season 1788. Interspersed with theatrical anecdotes, ... In two volumes. ... By Robert Hitchcock, ... [pt.2]Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.K058702.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dialogue upon the gardens of the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Cobham, at Stow in BuckinghamshireGilpin, William, 1724-1804.K058747.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's full answer in a letter to P.T.P. By the author of The minute philosopherBerkeley, George, 1685-1753.K058784.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An appendix in answer to the Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's full answerWalton, Jacob, d. 1743.K058785.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Practical husbandry: or, the art of farming, with a certainty of gain: as practised by judicious farmers in this country. ... By Dr. John Trusler, ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K058805.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Modern anecdote of the ancient family of the Kinkvervankotsdarsprakengotchderns: a tale for Christmas 1779. Dedicated to ... Horace Walpole,Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.K058856.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The coquette; or, the mistakes of the heart: a comedy. As performed at the Theatres-Royal in York and HullHitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.K058981.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The desert island: a dramatic poem, in three acts. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.K058986.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The catechism of the author of The minute philosopher fully answer'd: By J. Walton.Walton, Jacob, d. 1743.K059055.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The mercer, or fatal extravagance: being a true narrative of the life of Mr. Wm. Dennis. Mercer, in Cheapside, London. ... Written by Mrs. Charke,Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760.K059103.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The conduct of Christians made the sport of infidels: In a letter from a Turkish merchant at Amsterdam to the Grand Mufti at Constantinople: ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059161.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A declaration of truth to Benjamin Hoadly: one of the high priests of the land, and of the degree whom men call bishops. By a ministring friend, who writ to Tho. Bradbury, a dealer in many words.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059163.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of some transactions during the late ministry of Robert E. of OxfordDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059165.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A curious little oration, deliver'd by Father Andrew: concerning the present great quarrels that divide the clergy of France. Translated from the fourth edition of the French, by Dan. De F-e.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059169.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The modish wife, a comedy: performed with uninfluenced applause at the Theatre-Royal, Haymarket. To which is prefixed a summary view of the stage, as it has been, is, and ought to be. With biographical anecdotes of Messrs. Mossop, Dexter, Derrick, and the author, ...Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K059195.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The case of Thomas Spence: bookseller, the corner of Chancery-Lane, London; who was committed to Clerkenwell prison, on Monday the 10th of December, 1792, for selling the second part of Paine's Rights of man: and a bill of indictment found against him. To which is added an extract of a letter from His Grace the Duke of Richmond, to the chairman of the committee of the county of Sussex, convened at Lewis, January 18, 1783, ...Spence, Thomas, 1750-1814.K059276.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The rights of infants; or, the imprescriptable right of mothers to such a share of the elements as is sufficient to enable them to suckle and bring up their young in a dialogue between the aristocracy and a mother of children. To which are added, by way of preface and appendix, strictures on Paine's Agrarian justice. By T. Spence,Spence, Thomas, 1750-1814.K059277.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached in the chapel of the Asylum for Female Orphans: at the anniversary meeting of the guardians, on Monday the sixteenth of May, 1768. ... By the Revd. Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K059314.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached at the chapel in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, on Sunday, March 20, 1774: for the benefit of unfortunate persons confined for small debts. ... By Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K059320.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A farther argument against ennobling foreigners, in answer to the two parts of the State anatomy: with a short account of the anatomizerK059379.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The anatomy of Exchange-Alley: or, a system of stock-jobbing. Proving that scandalous trade, as it is now carry'd on, to be knavish in its private practice, and treason in its publick: ... By a jobber.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059406.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The case fairly stated between the Turky Company and the Italian merchants: By a merchant.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059407.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the life and adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell: a gentleman, who, tho' deaf and dumb, writes down any stranger's name at first sight; with their future contingencies of fortune. ...Bond, William, d. 1735.K059409.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Genuine memoirs of Mr. Charles Churchill: With an account of, and observations on his writings: together with some original letters that passed between him and the author.K059526.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Julia, a novel; interspersed with some poetical pieces. By Helen Maria Williams. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.K059580.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Julia, a novel; interspersed with some poetical pieces. By Helen Maria Williams. In two volumes.: [pt.2]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.K059580.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Some papers relating to the general draining of marsh-land in the county of Norfolk: With Mr. Berner's objections and proposals. ... By Peter Bateson.Bateson, Peter.K059636.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was born in Newgate, ... Written from her own memorandumsDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059793.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Augusta triumphans: or, the way to make London the most flourishing city in the universe. First, by establishing an university ... Concluding with an effectual method to prevent street robberies; and a letter to Coll. Robinson, on account of the orphan's tax.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059801.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A system of magick; or, a history of the black art: Being an historical account of mankind's most early dealing with the Devil; and how the acquaintance on both sides first begun.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059804.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The evident approach of a war: and something of the necessity of it, in order to establish peace, and preserve trade. To which is added, an exact plan and description of the bay and city of Gibraltar.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059805.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The great law of subordination consider'd: or, the insolence and unsufferable behaviour of servants in England duly enquir'd into. ... In ten familiar letters. ... As also a proposal, containing such heads or constitutions, as wou'd effectually answer this great end, and bring servants of every class to a just ... regulation.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059809.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays on the principles of morality and natural religion: In two parts.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K059833.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.1]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K059867.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.2]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K059867.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.3]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K059867.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.4]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K059867.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Homer's Battle of the frogs and mice. With the remarks of Zoilus. To which is prefix'd, the life of the said ZoilusK059868.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters containing a sketch of the politics of France: from the thirty-first of May 1793, till the twenty-eighth of July 1794, and of the scenes which have passed in the prisons of Paris. By Helen Maria Williams. ... [pt.1]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.K059933.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters containing a sketch of the politics of France: from the thirty-first of May 1793, till the twenty-eighth of July 1794, and of the scenes which have passed in the prisons of Paris. By Helen Maria Williams. ... [pt.2]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.K059933.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Every-body's business, is no-body's business: or, private abuses, publick grievances: exemplified in the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our women-servants, footmen, &c. With a proposal for amendment of the same; ... By Andrew Moreton, Esq;.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K059970.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Life; or, the adventures of William Ramble, Esq. With three frontispieces, designed by Ibbetson, ... and two new and beautiful songs, with the music by Pleyel and Sterkel. By the author of Modern times; or, the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. In three volumes.: [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K060044.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Life; or, the adventures of William Ramble, Esq. With three frontispieces, designed by Ibbetson, ... and two new and beautiful songs, with the music by Pleyel and Sterkel. By the author of Modern times; or, the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. In three volumes.: [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K060044.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Life; or, the adventures of William Ramble, Esq. With three frontispieces, designed by Ibbetson, ... and two new and beautiful songs, with the music by Pleyel and Sterkel. By the author of Modern times; or, the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. In three volumes.: [pt.3]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K060044.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An appeal to honour and justice: tho' it be of his worst enemies. By Daniel De Foe. Being a true account of his conduct in publick affairs.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060117.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the history and reality of apparitions: Being an account of what they are, and what they are not; whence they come, and whence they come not. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060121.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay upon publick credit: being an enquiry how the publick credit comes to depend upon the change of the ministry, or the dissolutions of Parliaments; and whether it does so or no. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060122.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hannibal at the gates: or, the progress of Jacobitism. With the present danger of the Pretender.K060124.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.1]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060142.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.2]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060142.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.3]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060142.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.4]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060142.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A short treatise of the virtues of Dr. Bateman's pectoral drops: the nature of the distempers they cure, and the manner of their operation. Publish'd by the King's letters patents under the Great Seal of Great Britain.Okell, Benjamin.K060288.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The grounds of criticism in poetry, contain'd in some new discoveries never made before, requisite for the writing and judging of poems surely. Being a preliminary to a larger work design'd to be publish'd in folio, and entituled, A criticism upon our most celebrated English poets deceas'd. By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.K060328.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the genius and writings of Shakespear: with some letters of criticism to The spectator. By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.K060329.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An elegy wrote in a country church yardGray, Thomas, 1716-1771.K060422.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Lady Barton: a novel, in letters, by Mrs. Griffith. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K060458.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Lady Barton: a novel, in letters, by Mrs. Griffith. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K060458.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Lady Barton: a novel, in letters, by Mrs. Griffith. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K060458.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Tom Fool: [pt.2]Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.K060545.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The fairy favour. A masqueHull, Thomas, 1728-1808.K060679.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Ye true-born Englishmen proceed: Our trifling crimes detect, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060836.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The harlot's progress; or, the ridotto al'fresco: a grotesque pantomime entertainment. As it is perform'd by his Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Compos'd by Mr. Theophilus Cibber, ... The songs made (to old ballad tunes) by a friend.Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.K060857.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The case of Mrs. Clive submitted to the publickClive, Mrs. (Catherine), 1711-1785.K060858.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The female Quixote: or, the adventures of Arabella. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K060946.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The female Quixote: or, the adventures of Arabella. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K060946.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The voyages, travels and adventures, of William Owen Gwin Vaughan, Esq: With the history of his brother Jonathan Vaughan, six years a slave in Tunis. Intermix'd with the histories of Clerimont, Maria, Eleanora, and others. ... [pt.1]Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.K060958.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The voyages, travels and adventures, of William Owen Gwin Vaughan, Esq: With the history of his brother Jonathan Vaughan, six years a slave in Tunis. Intermix'd with the histories of Clerimont, Maria, Eleanora, and others. ... [pt.2]Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.K060958.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An ode to tragedy. By a gentleman of ScotlandBoswell, James, 1740-1795.K060978.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of the writings of the author of The true-born English-man.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060980.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay at removing national prejudices against a Union with Scotland. To be continued during the treaty here. Part IDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060981.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay, at removing national prejudices, against a Union with England. Part III. By the author of the two firstDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060982.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A fifth essay, at removing national prejudices; with a reply to some authors, who have printed their objections against an Union with EnglandDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060984.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Two great questions considered: I. What is the obligation of Parliaments to the addresses or petitions of the people, ... II. Whether the obligation of the Covenant or other national engagements, is concern'd in the Treaty of Union? Being a sixth essay at removing national prejudices against the Union.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060985.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A true relation of the apparition of one Mrs. Veal: the next day after her death: to one Mrs. Bargrave at Canterbury. The 8th of September, 1705.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060989.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The experiment: or, the shortest way with the Dissenters exemplified. Being the case of Mr. Abraham Gill, a dissenting minister in the Isle of Ely, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060991.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The family instructor: in three parts; I. Relating to fathers and children. II. To masters and servants. III. To husbands and wives. [pt.1]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060993.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The family instructor: In two parts. I. Relating to family breaches, and their obstructing religious duties. II. To the great mistake of mixing the passions, in the managing and correcting of children. ... Vol.II. [pt.2]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K060994.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The shortest-way with the dissenters: or proposals for the establishment of the church.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K061006.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Protestant monastery: or, a complaint against the brutality of the present age. Particularly the pertness and insolence of our youth to aged persons. ... Concluding with a proposal for erecting a Protestant monastery, where persons of small fortunes may end their days in plenty, ease, and credit, ... By Andrew Moreton, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K061017.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The voyages, dangerous adventures and imminent escapes: of Captain Richard Falconer: containing the laws, customs, and manners of the Indians in America; ... Intermix'd with the voyages and adventures of Thomas Randal, of Cork, pilot; ... Written by himself, now alive.Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.K061081.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Every one has his fault: a comedy, in five acts, as it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K061103.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The London hermit: or rambles in Dorsetshire, a comedy, in three acts, as performed with universal applause at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, written by John O'Keeffe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K061112.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Irish mimic: or blunders at Brighton: a musical entertainment in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. With universal applause. Written by John O'Keeffe.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K061113.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Patie and Peggy: or, the fair foundling. A Scotch ballad opera. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. With the musick prefix'd to each song.Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.K061116.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Henrietta: By the author of The female Quixote. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K061206.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Henrietta: By the author of The female Quixote. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K061206.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of a Magdalen: or, the history of Louisa Mildmay. Now first published from a series of original letters. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.K061209.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of a Magdalen: or, the history of Louisa Mildmay. Now first published from a series of original letters. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.K061209.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The dissenters in England vindicated from some reflections in a late pamphlet, entituled, Lawful prejudices, &cDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K061274.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life and strange surprizing adventures of Robinson Crusoe: of York, mariner: who lived eight and twenty years, all alone in an un-inhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river of Oroonoque; ... Written by himself.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K061280.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The world in a village: a comedy, in five acts, as performed with universal applause at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by John O'Keefe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K061403.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An apology for the life of Mr. T......... C....., comedian: Being a proper sequel to the Apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, ... Supposed to be written by himself. ...K061659.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The true-born Englishman: a satyr, answer'd, paragraph by paragraph.Pittis, William, 1674-1724.K061730.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Princess of Zanfara: a dramatic poem.Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K061830.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The seditious insects: or, the levellers assembled in convocation. A poemK062069.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.1]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.K062088.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.2]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.K062088.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.3]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.K062088.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.4]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.K062088.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Euphemia. By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In four volumes.: [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K062108.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Euphemia. By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In four volumes.: [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K062108.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Euphemia. By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In four volumes.: [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K062108.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the life of John Philip Barretier: who was master of five languages at the age of nine years. Compiled from his father's letters, &c.Baratier, François, 1682-1751.K062151.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters written to and for particular friends: on the most important occasions. Directing not only the requisite style and forms to be observed in writing familiar letters; but how to think and act justly and prudently, in the common concerns of human life. ...Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.K062201.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Amabella, a poemJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062219.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey: By the author of The nun.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062220.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Yarico to Inkle: an epistle. By the author of the Elegy written among the ruins of an abbey.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062221.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The deserter: a poemJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062330.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Lines on a late resignation at the Royal AcademyJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062331.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems on various subjects: Viz. The nunnery, The magdalens, The nun, Ruins of an abbey, Yarico to Inkle, Il latte, fugitive pieces. By Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062334.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mr. Congreve's last will and testament: with characters of his writings. By Mr. Dryden, Sir Richard Blackmore, Mr. Addison and Major Pack. To which are added, two pieces, viz. I. Of rightly improving the present time. ... II. The game of quadrille. An allegory.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.K062582.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.K062748.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.K062748.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.K062748.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An heroic postscript to the public: occasioned by their favourable reception of a late heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knt. &c. By the author of that epistle.Mason, William, 1725-1797.K062800.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Magdalens: an elegy: By the author of The nunnery.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062802.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on several parts of Italy, &c. in the years 1701, 1702, 1703Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K062837.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The evidences of the Christian religion: by the Right Honorable Joseph Addison, Esq; To which are added, several discourses against atheism and infidelity, ... occasionally published by him and others: ... With a preface, containing the sentiments of Mr. Boyle, Mr. Lock, and Sir Isaac Newton, concerning the gospel-revelation.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K062844.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the character of Hamlet: As performed by Mr. Henderson, at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.K062861.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The chase: a pastoral drama of two actsK062887.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The nun: an elegy: By the author of the Magdalens.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062939.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Rosciad: By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.K062945.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Il latte. An elegyJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K062946.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Two poems: viz. I. On the deluge, paradise, the burning of the world, and of the new heavens and new earth. An ode to. Dr. Burnett. II. In praise of physic and poetry. An ode to Dr. Hannes. Written by Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K063010.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Editha. A tragedy: By Hugh Downman, M.D.Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.K063037.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Lucius Junius Brutus: or, the expulsion of the Tarquins: an historical play. By Hugh Downman.Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.K063038.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Henry and Emma, a new poetical interlude: altered from Prior's Nut brown maid, with additions and a new air and chorus, (the music by Dr. Arne.) As performed on ... April 13, 1774, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden ...Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.K063039.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The maid of Kent. A comedy: acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-LaneWaldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), 1744-1818.K063043.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Advice to the Tories who have taken the oathsBerkeley, George, 1685-1753.K063086.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Discourses on scripture mysteries: preached at St. Mary's, Oxford, before the University, in the year 1787; ... By William Hawkins, ...Hawkins, William, 1722-1801.K063128.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Designs by Mr. R. Bentley, for six poems by Mr. T. GrayGray, Thomas, 1716-1771.K063195.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the history of civil society: By Adam Ferguson, ...Ferguson, Adam, 1723-1816.K063225.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A perfect cure for the King's evil, (whether hereditary or accidental,) by effectual alcalious medicines: faithfully approv'd by the experience of eighteen years practice, and the testimony of above four hundred patients restor'd beyond relapse. By Thomas FernFern, Thomas.K063235.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works of John HawkesworthHawkesworth, John, fl. 1782-1778.K063254.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Village politics: Addressed to all the mechanics, journeymen, and day labourers, in Great Britain. By Will Chip, a country carpenter.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K063270.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour through Sweden, Swedish-Lapland, Finland and Denmark: In a series of letters, illustrated with engravings. By Matthew Consett, Esq.Consett, Matthew.K063274.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise of the urinary passages: Containing their description, powers, and uses; together with the principal distempers that affect them; in particular the stone of the kidneys and bladder, ... By William Rutty, M.D. ...Rutty, William, 1687-1730.K063327.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Proposals for printing a very curious discourse: in two volumes in quarto, intitled, Pseudologia politikē; or, a treatise of the art of political lying, with an abstract of the first volume of the said treatise.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K063333.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A genuine narrative of the memorable life and actions of John Dyer, (who was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 21st day of November, 1729.) containing, a particular relation of all the notorious and surprising facts by him committed ... Wrote by himself, when under condemnation in Newgate,Dyer, John, d. 1729.K063343.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Peace, ignominy, and destruction: a poem. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K063754.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the Earl of Warwick, sirnam'd the King-maker: containing his amours, and other memorable transactions. By the author of the Memoirs of the English court.Aulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.K063758.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Dangers incidental to the clerical character: stated, in a sermon, preached before the University of Cambridge, at Great St. Mary's Church, on Sunday July 5th, being commencement Sunday, by William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.K063778.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The case of impotency as debated in England: in that remarkable tryal an. 1613. between Robert, Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard, who, after eight years marriage, commenc'd a suit against him for impotency. ... Written by George Abbot, ... In two volumes. [pt.1]Abbot, George, 1562-1633.K063883.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation on antient tragedyFrancklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K064046.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life and adventures of Ambrose Gwinett: well known to the public, as the lame beggar-man, ...Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.K064085.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A view of the evidences of Christianity: In three parts. ... By William Paley, ... [pt.1]Paley, William, 1743-1805.K064499.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A view of the evidences of Christianity: In three parts. ... By William Paley, ... [pt.2]Paley, William, 1743-1805.K064499.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Reasons for contentment: addressed to the labouring part of the British public. By William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.K064501.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Thomas Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.K064569.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A third discourse on the miracles of our Saviour, in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Thomas Woolston,Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.K064571.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A fourth discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Thomas Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.K064572.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A fifth discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. The second edition. By Tho. Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.K064573.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sixth discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Tho. Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.K064574.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The triumvirate: or, the authentic memoirs of A. B. and C. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.K064630.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The triumvirate: or, the authentic memoirs of A. B. and C. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.K064630.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Vaurien: or, sketches of the times: exhibiting views of the philosophies, religions, politics, literature, and manners of the age. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Disraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.K064631.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Madrigal and Trulletta. A mock-tragedy: Acted (under the direction of Mr. Cibber) at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. With notes by the author, and Dr. Humbug, ... By J. Reed.Reed, Joseph, 1723-1787.K064720.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The apprentice: A farce, in two acts, as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Murphy.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.K064728.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous: The design of which is plainly to demonstrate the reality and perfection of humane knowlege, the incorporeal nature of the soul, and the immediate providence of a deity: in opposition to sceptics and atheists. Also, to open a method for rendering the sciences more easy, useful, and compendious. By George Berkeley, ...Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.K064763.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise concerning the principles of human knowlege: Part I. Wherein the chief causes of error and difficulty in the sciences, with the grounds of scepticism, atheism, and irreligion, are inquir'd into. By George Berkeley, ...Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.K064766.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A caution against socinianism given in a discourse: preached at the cathedral and metropolitical church of Christ, Canterbury; on Good Friday, 1787. ... By George Berkeley. ...Berkeley, George, 1733-1795.K064769.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay towards a new theory of vision. By George Berkeley,Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.K064770.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to Mr. David Hume, on the tragedy of Douglas: its analysis: and the charge against Mr. Garrick. By an English critic.Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.K064798.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Literary memoirs of living authors of Great Britain: arranged according to an alphabetical catalogue ... and including a list of their works, with occasional opinions upon their literary character. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Rivers, David.K064831.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.1]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065082.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.2]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065082.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.3]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065082.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.4]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065082.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.5]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065082.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.6]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065082.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Some account of the medicinal water, near Tewkesbury: with thoughts on the use and diseases of the lymphatic glands. In a letter to Edward Johnstone, M.D. ... by James Johnstone, M.D. ...Johnstone, James, 1730?-1802.K065111.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on regimen: Together with five discourses, medical, moral, and philosophical: serving to illustrate the principles and theory of philosophical medicin, ... By Geo. Cheyne, ...Cheyne, George, 1673-1743.K065341.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, an account of his birth, education, &c. with divers observations on his life and manners when a youth: ... Also several other remarkable passages and occurrences. Written by his own hand. To which is added, a supplement by J. W.Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713.K065474.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The minute mathematician: or, the free-thinker no just-thinker. Set forth in a second letter to the author of The analyst; containing a defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British mathematicians, ... By Philalethes CantabrigiensisJurin, James, 1684-1750.K065604.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Geometry no friend to infidelity: or, a defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British mathematicians, in a letter to the author of The analyst. ... By Philalethes CantabrigiensisJurin, James, 1684-1750.K065605.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A week at a cottage a pastoral taleHutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K065650.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Proposals for recovering persons apparently dead by drowning and suffocation from other causes. Published by order of the Governors of the DispensaryNewcastle upon Tyne (England). Dispensary.K065730.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Critical observations on the sixth book of the ÆneidGibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065850.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the study of literature: Written originally in French, by Edward Gibbon, Jun. Esq; Now first translated into English.Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065853.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miscellaneous works: of Edward Gibbon, Esquire. With memoirs of his life and writings, composed by himself: illustrated from his letters, with occasional notes and narrative, by John Lord Sheffield. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K065858.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mémoire justificatif pour servir de réponse à l'exposé, &c de la cour de FranceGibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.K066039.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Horæ Paulinæ: or the truth of the scripture history of St. Paul evinced, ... By William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.K066227.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Ode to Mr. Wright of Derby. By William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.K066398.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Elegy on the death of His Grace the Duke of Rutland. By Dr. DelapDelap, J. (John), 1725-1812.K066400.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cibber and Sheridan: or, the Dublin miscellany. Containing all the advertisements, letters, ... Lately publish'd, on account of the theatric squabble. To which are added, several prologues and epilogues, spoke at the theatre in Smock Alley, ... by Mr. Cibber, ... Also two songs by Mr. Worsdale,Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.K066457.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems; ludicrous, satirical and moralKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K066527.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on Soame Jenyns's View of the internal evidence of the Christian religion; addressed to its almost-Christian author. By W. Kenrick, LL.DKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K066529.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations, civil and canonical, on the marriage contract, as entered into conformably to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. By W. Kenrick, LL.DKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K066531.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An affectionate address to passionate professors: shewing the blessedness of a meek and quiet spirit: the evil of giving way to bad tempers and sinful passions: and pointing out some remedies for subduing them. By W. MasonMason, William, 1719-1791.K066533.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Lectures on the catechism of the Church of England. By William Gilpin,: [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K066629.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Lectures on the catechism of the Church of England. By William Gilpin,: [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K066629.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.1]Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801.K066646.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.2]Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801.K066646.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Musæus: a monody to the memory of Mr. Pope: in imitation of Milton's Lycidas.Mason, William, 1725-1797.K066800.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation on the rise, union, and power, the progressions, separations, and corruptions, of poetry and music. To which is prefixed, the cure of Saul. A sacred ode. Written by Dr. BrownBrown, John, 1715-1766.K066805.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Edwin and Eltruda: A legendary tale. By a young lady.Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.K066811.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The contemplatist: a night piece. By J. CunninghamCunningham, John, 1729-1773.K066841.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach'd to the people: at the Mercat Cross of Edinburgh; on the subject of the Union.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K067073.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The botanic garden: a poem, in two parts. Part I. Containing the economy of vegetation. Part II. The loves of the plants. With philosophical notes.Darwin, Erasmus, 1731-1802.K067205.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Horæ lyricæ: Poems, chiefly of the lyric kind. In two books. ... By I. Watts.Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.K067329.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the accession of Henry VII. ... By David Hume, Esq. [pt.1]Hume, David, 1711-1776.K067383.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the accession of Henry VII. ... By David Hume, Esq. [pt.2]Hume, David, 1711-1776.K067383.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Battiad. Canto the firstMendez, Moses, d. 1758.K067477.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A token for children: Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives, and joyful deaths of several young children. In two parts. By James Janeway, ...Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.K067567.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.1]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.K067641.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.2]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.K067641.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.3]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.K067641.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.4]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.K067641.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.5]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.K067641.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The legislative independence of Ireland vindicated: in a speech of Mr. Sheridan's on the Irish propositions, in the British House of Commons. To which is annexed an authentic copy of the twenty resolutions, on the Irish commercial intercourse; as they passed that House, on the 30th of May, 1785;Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K067975.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Aristotle's master-piece: or the secrets of generation display'd in all the parts thereof; ... Very necessary for all midwives, nurses and young-married-women.K068010.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection from Dyers letters: concerning the elections of the present Parliament: with an appendix, relating to some other publick matters.Dyer, John, 1652 or 3-1713.K068107.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A concise and genuine account of the dispute between Mr. Hume and Mr. Rousseau: with the letters that passed between them during their controversy. As also, the letters of the Hon. Mr. Walpole, and Mr. D'Alambert, ... Translated from the FrenchHume, David, 1711-1776.K068147.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of songs, selected from the works of Mr. Dibdin: [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K068154.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of songs, selected from the works of Mr. Dibdin: [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K068154.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Galic or Erse languageMacpherson, James, 1736-1796.K068251.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The cobler: or, a wife of ten thousand. A ballad opera. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K068278.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A generous discovery of many curious and useful medicines and preparations, both in physic, chymistry, cookery, and stiffenry; as a drink for the small pox, ... To be had at Mrs. Hey's near the Wax-candle in St. Andrew's NorwichHey, Mrs.K068337.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The old women weatherwise, an interlude: as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K068460.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to a pamphlet entituled, An argument to prove the affections of the people of England to be the best security of the government. By the author of The free-holderAddison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K068536.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The gipsies. A comick opera, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the HaymarketDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K068719.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The metamorphoses. A comic opera. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in the Hay-Market. The music by Mr. DibdinDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K068720.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the virtue and efficient cause of magnetical cures. To which is added, a new method for curing wounds without pains, and without the application of remedies. ... Written originally in Latin, by the famous Dr. Herman Boerhaave,Boerhaave, Herman, 1668-1738.K068841.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A practical display of the philosophical system called animal magnetism, in which is explained different modes of treating, with some medical observations on the diseases of the human body,K068860.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Airs, ballads, &c. in The blackamoor wash'd white. A new comic opera. As it will be performed this evening at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-LaneDudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.K069107.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Here and there or, this world and the next: Being suitable thoughts for the new year.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K069226.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Ode on His Majesty's recovery: by the author of Sympathy and humanity.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069565.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miscellaneous pieces, in prose: by J. and A. L. Aikin.Aikin, John, 1747-1822.K069755.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on Dr. Boerhaave's Theory of the attrition of the blood in the lungs. By Samuel Musgrave,Musgrave, Samuel, 1732-1780.K069806.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The absurdity and perfidy of all authoritative toleration of gross heresy: blasphemy, idolatry, popery, in Britain. In two letters to a friend. ... By John Brown, ...Brown, John, 1722-1787.K069822.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pity's gift: a collection of interesting tales, to excite the compassion of youth for the animal creation. Ornamented with vignettes. From the writings of Mr. Pratt. Selected by a ladyPratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069951.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Gleanings in England; descriptive of the countenance, mind and character of the country. By. Mr. Pratt. Vol.IVPratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069952.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069955.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069955.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069955.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069956.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069956.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069956.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.5]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K069956.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Occasional observations on a double-titled-paper, about the clear produce of the civil-list revenue, from midsummer 1727, to midsummer lastDodington, George Bubb, Baron of Melcombe Regis, 1691-1762.K069966.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: under the House of Tudor. ... By David Hume, Esq; In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Hume, David, 1711-1776.K070022.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: under the House of Tudor. ... By David Hume, Esq; In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Hume, David, 1711-1776.K070022.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An address to the Whig Club: with an essay on the judicial discretion of judges, on fiats and on bailMacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.K070174.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Alciphron: or, the minute philosopher. In seven dialogues. Containing an apology for the Christian religion, against those who are called free-thinkers. ... [pt.1]Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.K070362.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Alciphron: or, the minute philosopher. In seven dialogues. Containing an apology for the Christian religion, against those who are called free-thinkers. ... [pt.2]Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.K070362.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of David Hume, Esq: Written by himself. To which is added, a letter from Adam Smith, LL.D. to William Strahan, Esq.Hume, David, 1711-1776.K070549.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sketches of the natural, civil, and political state of Swisserland: in a series of letters to William Melmoth, Esq; from William Coxe, ...Coxe, William, 1747-1828.K070577.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c: By an English officer. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Jardine, Alexander, d. 1799.K070844.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c: By an English officer. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Jardine, Alexander, d. 1799.K070844.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Mark Akenside. In two volumes. With the life of the author. ... [pt.1]Akenside, Mark, 1721-1770.K071066.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Mark Akenside. In two volumes. With the life of the author. ... [pt.2]Akenside, Mark, 1721-1770.K071066.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the life and genius of Samuel Johnson: LL.D. By Arthur Murphy, ...Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.K071418.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lues venerea, rationally handled, in its original cause: with its cure. By J. A. surgeon.Atkins, John, 1685-1757.K071504.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Two speeches in the House of Commons on the original East-India Bill and on the amended Bill, on the 16th and 26th of July, 1784, by Philip Francis, EsqFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.K071693.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Heads of Mr. Francis's speech, in the House of Commons, on the 7th of May, 1793, on Mr. Grey's motion for a reform in ParliamentFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.K071701.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Answer of Philip Francis, Esq. to the charge brought against Sir John Clavering, Colonel George Monson, and Mr. Francis: at the bar of the House of Commons, on the fourth of February, 1788; by Sir Elijah Impey, Knight.Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.K071702.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The question as it stood in March 1798Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.K071903.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A general history of the stage: from its origin in Greece down to the present time. ... Collected and digested by W. R. Chetwood, ...Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.K072003.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.1]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K072107.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.2]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K072107.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.3]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K072107.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An extraordinary case of lacerated vagina, at the full period of gestation. With observations, tending to show that many cases related as ruptures of the uterus, have been lacerations of the vagina. By William Goldson,Goldson, William.K072268.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Notes upon the twelve books of Paradise lost: Collected from the Spectator. Written by Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K072424.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Maxims, observations, and reflections: moral, political, and divine. By Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K072426.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.1]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.K072460.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.2]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.K072460.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.3]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.K072460.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.4]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.K072460.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The great advantage of the use of the bark in mortifications. With several additions. By John Rushworth, surgeonRushworth, John, 1669-1736.K072464.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Ode inscribed to John Howard: Esq. F.R.S. author of "The state of English and foreign prisons." By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K072686.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Don Quixote in England: A comedy. As it is acted at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market. By Henry Fielding, Esq;.Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.K072976.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An enquiry into the present state of polite learning in EuropeGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K073090.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on redemption by Jesus Christ. ... By J. Murray,Murray, James, 1732-1782.K073091.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetry of Anna MatildaCowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.K073164.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Plays of three acts: written for a private theatre. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K073171.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems on several occasions: By Stephen Duck.Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.K073280.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The vision. A poem on the death of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline. By Stephen DuckDuck, Stephen, 1705-1756.K073281.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
To His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, on his birth-day. April the 15th, 1732. By Stephen DuckDuck, Stephen, 1705-1756.K073282.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on sculpture: in a series of epistles to John Flaxman, ... By William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.K073392.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lives of John Trueman, Richard Atkins, &cGilpin, William, 1724-1804.K073454.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to William Eden, Esq; on the subject of his to the Earl of Carlisle; the Irish trade. By Richard Sheridan,Sheridan, Richard, d. 1793.K073475.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Travels, in various parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, during a series of thirty years and upwards. By John MacDonald,MacDonald, John, b. 1741?K073488.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Liberty chastised: or patriotism in chains. A tragi, comi, political farce, as it was performed by his M-'s S-ts, in the year 1268; ... Scenes near the P- and in St. Gregoir's Fields. Modernised by Paul Tell-Truth, EsqCarey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K073507.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Speech of Mr. Sheridan, in the House of Commons, on Friday the 21st of April, 1798: on the motion to address His Majesty, on the present alarming state of affairs.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K073560.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The happy prescription; or, the lady relieved from her lovers: a comedy, in rhyme. Written for a private theatre, by William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K073750.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An elegy on the ancient Greek model. Addressed to the Right Reverend Robert Lowth, Lord Bishop of London. By William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.K073751.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Moral tales in verse: founded on real events. Written by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.1]Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.K073795.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Moral tales in verse: founded on real events. Written by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.2]Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.K073795.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sermons, by Alexander Gerard, D.D.: [pt.1]Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.K074107.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sermons, by Alexander Gerard, D.D.: [pt.2]Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.K074107.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Dissertations on subjects relating to the genius and the evidences of Christianity: By Alexander Gerard, D.D. ...Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.K074116.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letter from Mr. Francis to Lord North, late Earl of Guildford. With an appendixFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.K074174.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Hindostan: from the death of Akbar, to the complete settlement of the empire under Aurungzebe. To which are prefixed, I. A dissertation on the origin and nature of despotism in Hindostan. II. An enquiry into the state of Bengal; ... By Alexander Dow, ...Dow, Alexander, d. 1779.K074274.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Hindostan: from the earliest account of time, to the death of Akbar; translated from the Persian of Mahummud Casim Ferishta of Delhi: ... With an appendix, containing the history of the Mogul empire, from its decline in the reign of Mahummud Shaw, to the present times. By Alexander Dow. ... [pt.1]Firishtah, Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī.K074278.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Hindostan: from the earliest account of time, to the death of Akbar; translated from the Persian of Mahummud Casim Ferishta of Delhi: ... With an appendix, containing the history of the Mogul empire, from its decline in the reign of Mahummud Shaw, to the present times. By Alexander Dow. ... [pt.2]Firishtah, Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī.K074278.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of John Metcalf: commonly called Blind Jack of Knaresborough. With many entertaining anecdotes of his exploits in hunting, card-playing, ... and also a succinct account of his various contracts for making roads, erecting bridges, and other undertakings, ...K074568.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The land of the muses: a poem, in the manner of Spenser. With poems on several occasions. By Hugh Downman, ...Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.K074629.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems, by Hugh Downman, M.DDownman, Hugh, 1740-1809.K074630.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Infancy, or the management of children: a didactic poem, in six books. The fifth edition. By Hugh Downman, M.D.Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.K074632.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The singular case of a lady, who had the small-pox during pregnancy; and who communicated the same disease to the foetus: By W. Lynn, Surgeon. As read at the Royal Society in February 1786.Lynn, William, 1753-1837.K074652.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The speech of R. B. Sheridan: ... on Wednesday, the 7th of February, 1787, in bringing forward the fourth charge against Warren Hastings, Esq. relative to the Begums of Oude.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K074674.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pharmacopœia pauperum: or, the hospital dispensatory. Containing the medicines used in the hospitals of London, by the direction of Dr. Coatsworth, Dr. Mead, Dr. Cade, Dr. Wadsworth, Dr. Hales, &c. With suitable instructions for their common use.Banyer, Henry, fl. 1718-1736.K074843.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to T----- P----, Esq; from the author of Siris: Containing some farther remarks on the virtues of tar-water, and the methods for preparing and using of it. To which is added, an answer to a supposed physician's letter to the ... bishop of Cloyne, occasioned by his Lordship's treatise on the virtues of tar-water.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.K075014.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Thomas Gray. With the life of the author. Cooke's edition. Embellished with superb engravings.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.K075282.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Nature in perfection; or, the mother unveil'd: being a congratulatory poem to Mrs. Bret, upon His Majesty's most gracious pardon granted to Mr. Richard Savage, son of the late Earl Rivers.Savage, Richard, d. 1743.K075318.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Proverbs exemplified, and illustrated by pictures from real life. Teaching morality and a knowledge of the world; with prints. Designed as a succession-book to Æsop's Fables.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K075478.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The London adviser and guide: containing every instruction and information useful and necessary to persons living in London, and coming to reside there; ... By the Rev. Dr. Trusler. ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K075481.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Chronology; or, the historian's vade-mecum: Wherein every remarkable occurrence in English history, ... are alphabetically recorded, and the dates affixed; ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K075501.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Chronology; or, the historian's vade-mecum: Wherein every remarkable occurrence in English history, ... are alphabetically recorded, and the dates affixed; ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K075501.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Chronology: or, a concise view of the annals of England: Where every particular occurrence, ... is accurately and alphabetically recorded, with the date affixed: ... By John Trusler, Cler.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K075503.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A select collection of poems: with notes, biographical and historical.: [pt.1]K075606.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A select collection of poems: with notes, biographical and historical.: [pt.2]K075606.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A select collection of poems: with notes, biographical and historical.: [pt.3]K075606.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Oculus Britanniæ: an heroi-panegyrical poem on the university of Oxford. Illustrated with divers beautiful similes, and useful digressions.Amhurst, N. (Nicholas), 1697-1742.K075625.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A rational account of the causes of chronic diseases: ... By John Morland, M.D.Morland, John, M.D.K075688.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Osric the lion!: A romance.Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.K075827.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The eulogies of Howard. A visionHayley, William, 1745-1820.K075884.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay upon prints: containing remarks upon the principles of picturesque beauty, the different kinds of prints, and the characters of the most noted masters; ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K075940.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to a bishop, concerning lectureships. By F.T. assistant curate at - and joint-lecturer of St.-Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K075995.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of the author of A vindication of the rights of woman: By William Godwin.Godwin, William, 1756-1836.K076130.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miscellany poems, on several occasions: Written by the Right Honble Anne, Countess of Winchilsea.Winchilsea, Anne Kingsmill Finch, Countess of, 1661-1720.K076314.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mr. Whiston's letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Nottingham: concerning the eternity of the Son of God and of the Holy Spirit.Whiston, William, 1667-1752.K076603.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Scotland from the accession of the House of Stuart to that of Mary. With appendixes of original papers. By John Pinkerton. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.K076702.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Royal fables. By Francis GentlemanGentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K076723.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the nature and excellent properties and vertues of the Pyrmont waters; dedicated to the Royal Society,Slare, Frederick, 1646 or 7-1727.K076937.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the principle of population, as it affects the future improvement of society. With remarks on the speculations of Mr. Godwin, M. Condorcet, and other writersMalthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834.K077073.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Phillis at court: a comic opera of three acts. As it is now performing, with great applause, at the Theatre-Royal in Crow-Street, Dublin. The music by Signior Tomaso Giordani.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.K077183.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Caractacus: a dramatic poem: written on the model of the ancient Greek tragedy. By the author of Elfrida.Mason, William, 1725-1797.K077446.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Original papers: containing the secret history of Great Britain, from the restoration, to the accession of the House of Hannover. ... The whole arranged and published by James Macpherson, ... [pt.2]Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.K077599.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An introduction to the history of Great Britain and Ireland: By James Macpherson, ...Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.K077612.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The elements of beauty: Also, reflections on the harmony of sensibility and reason. By J. Donaldson.Donaldson, J. (John), 1737-1801.K077663.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hymns founded on various texts in the holy scriptures: By the late Reverend Philip Doddridge, D.D. Published from the author's manuscript by Job Orton.Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751.K077667.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The absolute and indispensible duty of Christians: in this critical juncture, considered and enforced, in an affectionate address. By W. Mason.Mason, William, 1719-1791.K077786.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations: By Adam Smith, ... In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.K077848.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations: By Adam Smith, ... In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.K077848.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Additions and corrections to the first and second editions of Dr. Adam Smith's Inquiry into the Nature and causes of the wealth of nationsSmith, Adam, 1723-1790.K077850.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An investigation of the cause of the present high price of provisions: By the author of the essay on the principle of population.Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834.K077856.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The virtues and excellency of the American tobacco plant, for cure of diseases, and preservation of health: and the noxious qualities of the tobacco growing in Northern countriesK077880.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the mechanism of the eye: Wherein its power of refracting the rays of light, and causing them to converge at the retina, is consider'd: ... By John Taylor, ...Taylor, John, 1703-1772.K077907.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The amorous widow: or, the wanton wife. A comedy. As it is perform'd by Her Majesty's servants. Written by the late famous Mr. Thomas Betterton. Now first printed from the original copy.Betterton, Thomas, 1635?-1710.K077957.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Arcana Mooreana; or, a succinct and lucid discourse, of the origine, essence, scituation symptoms, causes and cure of the cholick, ... Done by Mr. John Moore,Moore, John, d. 1737.K077983.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.1]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.2]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.3]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.4]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.5]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.6]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.7]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.007ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.8]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.008ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.9]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.009ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.10]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K078024.010ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay upon the trade to Africa, in order to set the merits of that cause in a true light and bring the disputes between the African Company and the separate traders into a narrower compassDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K078029.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Athenaid: a poem, by the author of Leonidas. [pt.1]Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.K078097.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Athenaid: a poem, by the author of Leonidas. [pt.2]Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.K078097.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Athenaid: a poem, by the author of Leonidas. [pt.3]Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.K078097.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Learning at a loss, or the amours of Mr. Pedant and Miss Hartley. A novel. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Way, G. L. (Gregory Lewis), d. 1799.K078489.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Learning at a loss, or the amours of Mr. Pedant and Miss Hartley. A novel. In two volumes.: [pt.2]Way, G. L. (Gregory Lewis), d. 1799.K078489.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Leonidas: a poem.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.K078562.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Three short letters to the people of England, proving the public grievances complained of to be ideal: By the Revd. Dr. John Trusler.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K078874.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The farewellChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.K079450.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Epistle to a friend: on the death of John Thornton, Esq. By the author of "An epistle to an eminent painter.".Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K079495.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sermons. By Charles ChurchillChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.K079570.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Modern times: or the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. Supposed to be written by himself. In imitation of Gil Blas. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K079595.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Modern times: or the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. Supposed to be written by himself. In imitation of Gil Blas. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K079595.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Modern times: or the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. Supposed to be written by himself. In imitation of Gil Blas. ... [pt.3]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K079595.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on forest scenery: and other woodland views, (relative chiefly to picturesque beauty) illustrated by the scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire. In three books. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079637.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on forest scenery: and other woodland views, (relative chiefly to picturesque beauty) illustrated by the scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire. In three books. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079637.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the River Wye: and several parts of South Wales, &c. relative chiefly to picturesque beauty; made in the summer of the year 1770, second edition, by William Gilpin, ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079640.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations, relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1772: on several parts of England; particularly the mountains, and lakes of Cumberland, and Westmoreland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079641.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations, relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1772: on several parts of England; particularly the mountains, and lakes of Cumberland, and Westmoreland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079641.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lives of John Wicliff: and of the most eminent of his disciples; Lord Cobham, John Huss, Jerome of Prague, and Zisca. By William Gilpin, M.A.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079645.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Three essays: on picturesque beauty; on picturesque travel; and on sketching landscape: to which is added a poem, on landscape painting. By William Gilpin, ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079648.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Bernard Gilpin: By William Gilpin, M.A. ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K079654.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An address to the subscribers for the History and antiquities of the county palatine of Durham: with a sketch of the materials from whence the intended publication is compiled. By William Hutchinson, F.A.SHutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K080049.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The spirit of masonry in moral and elucidatory lectures: By Wm Hutchinson ...Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K080051.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history and antiquities of the county palatine, of Durham: by William Hutchinson ... [pt.2]Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K080052.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A view of Northumberland with an excursion to the abbey of Mailross in Scotland. By W. Hutchinson: [pt.1]Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K080053.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A view of Northumberland with an excursion to the abbey of Mailross in Scotland. By W. Hutchinson: [pt.2]Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K080053.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The alteration of the constitution of the House of Commons, and the inequality of the land-tax, considered conjointly. By J. [sic] Brand,Brand, John, d. 1808.K080105.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Instructions for collecting and preserving various subjects of natural history; as animals, birds, reptiles, shells, corals, plants, &c. Together with A treatise on the management of insects in their several states; selected from the best authorities. By E. Donovan,Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K080111.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on somnambulism, or sleep-walking: produced by animal electricity and magnetism. As well as by sympathy, &c. As performed by the Rev. John Bell, ...Fournel, M. (Jean-François), 1745-1820.K080184.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the state of the highways, and on the laws for amending and keeping them in repair: with a draught of a bill for comprehending and reducing into one act of parliament the most essential parts of all the statutes in force relating to the highways, ... By John Hawkins, ...Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789.K080316.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1776: on several parts of Great Britain; particularly the High-lands of Scotland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K080421.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1776: on several parts of Great Britain; particularly the High-lands of Scotland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K080421.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester. By William Gilpin, M.A.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K080453.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury. By William Gilpin, M.A.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K080455.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Britannia. A poemThomson, James, 1700-1748.K080492.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A poem sacred to the memory of Sir Isaac Newton: By James Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.K080517.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Coriolanus: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By the late James Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.K080528.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.1]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K080662.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.2]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K080662.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.3]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K080662.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.4]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K080662.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.5]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K080662.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Secrets worth knowing: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.K080847.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The siege of Aquileia: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Home, John, 1722-1808.K080858.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The castle of Otranto: a story. Translated by William Marshal, Gent. From the original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto, ...Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.K080865.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Earl of Essex: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Mr. Henry Jones.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.K081022.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
John Cunningham, taylor, at the mahogany door, near the Chapel, King's Street Golden Square. Name on the door. The variety of advertisements by several master taylors in London,Cunningham, John, taylor.K081121.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Two dialogues: containing a comparative view of the lives, characters, and writings, of Philip, the late Earl of Chesterfield, and of Dr. Samuel Johnson.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K081252.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on musical expression: By Charles Avison, ... With alterations and large additions. To which is added, a letter to the author, concerning the music of the ancients, ... Likewise, Mr. Avison's Reply to the author of Remarks on the Essay on musical expression. In a letter from Mr. Avison, to his friend in London.Avison, Charles, 1710-1770.K081295.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The two connoisseurs; a comedy, in rhyme. Written for a private theatre, by William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.K081319.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached at the Parish-church of St. Anne, Westminster: on Thursday, May the 10th, 1758. before the governors of the Middlesex-Hospital, ... By Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K081759.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Select letters between the late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough, ... and others; including a sketch of the manners, laws, &c. of the republic of Venice, ... The whole now first published from original copies, by Mr. Hull. In two volumes: [pt.1]K081989.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Select letters between the late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough, ... and others; including a sketch of the manners, laws, &c. of the republic of Venice, ... The whole now first published from original copies, by Mr. Hull. In two volumes: [pt.2]K081989.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An epitome of the natural history of the insects of China: comprising figures and descriptions ... By E. Donovan, ...Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K082105.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An epitome of the natural history of the insects of India, and the islands in the Indian seas: ... By E. Donovan, ...Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.K082106.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.1]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.K082269.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.2]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.K082269.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.3]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.K082269.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.4]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.K082269.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.5]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.K082269.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An invitation to peace: or, Toby's preliminaries to Nestor Ironsides, set forth in a dialogue between Toby and his kinsman.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K082366.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The substance of General Burgoyne's speeches: on Mr. Vyner's motion, on the 26th of May; and upon Mr. Hartley's motion, on the 28th of May, 1778. With an appendix, containing General Washington's letter to General Burgoyne. &c.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.K082699.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Elegies by Mr. DelapDelap, J. (John), 1725-1812.K082740.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on some of the probable effects of Mr. Gilbert's bill; to which are added remarks deduced from Dr. Price's Account of the national debt. By the Reverend Mr. Brand, M.ABrand, John, d. 1808.K082954.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A true account of the behaviour and conduct of Archibald Stewart: Esq; late Lord Provost of Edinburgh. In a letter to a friend.Hume, David, 1711-1776.K082984.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A check on uncharitableness: or, an answer to a book, entitled, "The skeleton; or the Arminian anatomized; and the carnal preacher dissected. By W.H." In three parts. ... To which is added, A farther check to uncharitableness: ... By Thomas King.King, Thomas, fl. 1791.K083612.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A lecture on muscular motion: read at the Royal Society, the 13th and 20th of November, 1788. By Gilbert Blane, M.D. F.R.S.Blane, Gilbert, Sir, 1749-1834.K083729.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Rebellion extinguished: a thanksgiving-sermon, preached at Barton under-Neewood, in the county of Stafford, October the 9th, 1746. On account of the deliverance of these kingdoms from the calamities of an intestine war. By Thomas Vaughan, ...Vaughan, Thomas, b. 1689 or 1790.K083848.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sermons on the relative duties: Preached at Queen-Street Chapel, and St. Paul's Covent-Garden. By the Revd. Tho. Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K084084.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The calculation of solar eclipses without parallaxes: With a specimen of the same in the total eclipse of the sun, May 11. 1724. ... By Will. Whiston, ...Whiston, William, 1667-1752.K084724.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of a most efficacious medicine for soreness, weakness, and several other distempers of the eyes: By Sir Hans Sloane, ...Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753.K084761.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A short view of the difficulties and discouragements attending those who enter into Holy Orders: By John Latham, ...Latham, John, 1697 or 8-1754.K084859.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The occasional miscellany, in prose and verse: Consisting of, a variety of letters, written originally to a young gentleman who design'd to go into Holy Orders, ... By John Wallis,. [pt.1]Wallis, John, 1714-1793.K084861.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The occasional miscellany, in prose and verse: Consisting of, a variety of letters, written originally to a young gentleman who design'd to go into Holy Orders, ... By John Wallis,. [pt.2]Wallis, John, 1714-1793.K084861.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The peerage of Great Britain and Ireland: including the extinct, with a genealogical and historical account of each noble family. Embellished with a series of historical prints ... By Robert Pollard, F.S.A. .Vo 1.1.Pollard, Robert, 1755-1838.K084956.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Epistles philosophical and moralKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K085532.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Violenta: or the rewards of virtue: turn'd from Boccace into verse.Pix, Mary, 1666-1720.K085711.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach'd on Sunday May 16th, 1756, at the parish church of St. George's Bloomsbury: occasion'd by the death of the Rev. Mr. Sturges, ... By Thomas Francklin.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K085765.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An address to young ministers. By John Brown,Brown, John, 1722-1787.K085823.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The seraglio: a comic opera, in two acts: as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K085913.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Pantheonites. A dramatic entertainment. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-MarketGentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K085919.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poems: of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed Memoirs of his life and writings by W. Mason, M.A.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.K085950.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A full and just account of the present state of the Ottoman empire in all its branches: with the government, and policy, religion, customs, and way of living of the Turks, in general. ... By Aaron Hill, ...Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.K085957.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hannah Hewit: or, the female Crusoe. Being the history of a woman of uncommon, mental, and personal accomplishments; who, ... was cast away in the Grosvenor East-Indiaman: and became for three years the sole inhabitant of an island, in the South Seas. Supposed to be written by herself. [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K085958.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hannah Hewit: or, the female Crusoe. Being the history of a woman of uncommon, mental, and personal accomplishments; who, ... was cast away in the Grosvenor East-Indiaman: and became for three years the sole inhabitant of an island, in the South Seas. Supposed to be written by herself. [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K085958.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hannah Hewit: or, the female Crusoe. Being the history of a woman of uncommon, mental, and personal accomplishments; who, ... was cast away in the Grosvenor East-Indiaman: and became for three years the sole inhabitant of an island, in the South Seas. Supposed to be written by herself. [pt.3]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K085958.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A descriptive account of the islands lately discovered in the South-Seas: Giving a full detail of the present state of the inhabitants, their government, religion, ... by the Reverend Dr. John Trusler, ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K085977.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Luxury no political evil: but demonstratively proved to be necessary to the preservation and prosperity of states. Addressed to the British senate.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K085978.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The memoirs of the Honourable Sir John Reresby: Bart. and last governor of York. ... Published from his original manuscript.Reresby, John, Sir, 1634-1689.K086024.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Elegies: I. On the death of Samuel Foote, Esq. II. On age. By Thomas Holcroft, ...Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K086061.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Human happiness: or the sceptic. A poem, in six cantos. By Thomas Holcroft, ...Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K086062.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A petition to the Right Hon. Mr. --, in favour of Mr. Maclean: By a lady.Bentley, R. (Richard), 1708-1782.K086169.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The insolvent: or, filial piety. A tragedy. Acted at the Theatre in the Hay-market, (by authority) under the direction of Mr. Cibber. Written by the late Aaron Hill, ...Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.K086231.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Fugitive poetical pieces: by Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K086263.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The honest farmer. A drama, in five acts, to which are added, Vanity punished, and Blind-man's buff. By M. Berquin,Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.K086276.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Emily Herbert: or, perfidy punished. A novel. In a series of letters.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K086495.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Marian: a comic opera, in two acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Brookes.Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.K086593.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The highlander: a poem: in six cantos.Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.K086686.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Thomas and Sally: or, the sailor's return: A musical entertainment. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. The music composed by Doctor Arne.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.K086734.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays moral and philosophical, on several subjects: viz. A view of the human faculties. ... An essay on self-love.Forbes of Pitsligo, Alexander Forbes, Lord, 1678-1762.K086741.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor the aldermen, and citizens of London, at the cathedral church of St. Paul, on Friday the twenty ninth day of May, 1741. ... By James Townley,Townley, James, 1714-1778.K086750.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of John Buncle: Esq; containing various observations and reflections, made in several parts of the world; and many extraordinary relations.Amory, Thomas, 1691?-1788?K087079.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the jail fever: or typhus carcerum: as it appeared at Carlisle in the year 1781. By John Heysham...Heysham, John, 1753-1834.K087271.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Ovid's Metamorphoses in fifteen books. Translated by the most eminent hands. Adorn'd with sculpturesOvid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D.K087416.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A proposal for putting a speedy end to the war, by ruining the commerce of the French and Spaniards: and securing our own, without any additional expence to the nation.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.K087514.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The levellers: or, Satan's Privy-Council. A Pasquinade, in three cantos. The author, Hugh Hudibras, Esq.Hudibras, Hugh.K087560.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation on anecdotes; by the author of Curiosities of literatureDisraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.K087688.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The siege of Berwick: a tragedy, by Mr. Jerningham: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K087716.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A fragment of the history of that illustrious personage John Bull, Esq: compiled by that celebrated historian Sir Humphry Polesworth. Lately discovered in the repairs of Grub-Hatch, the ancient seat of the family of the Polesworths; now first published from the original manuscript, by Peregrine Pinfold, ...Polesworth, Humphry, Sir, 18th cent.K087969.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miscellanies; or, literary recreations. By I. D'IsraeliDisraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.K088018.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the manners and genius of the literary character: By I. D'Israeli.Disraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.K088170.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of free-thinking in mathematics: In answer to a pamphlet of Philalethes Cantabrigiensis, intituled, Geometry no friend to infidelity, or a defence of Sir Isaac Newton, and the British mathematicians. Also an appendix concerning Mr. Walton's Vindication of the principles of fluxions ... By the author of The minute philosopher.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.K088215.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Copernicus explain'd: or a brief account of the nature and use of an universal astronomical instrument, for the calculation and exhibition of new and full moons, and of eclipses, ... By William Whiston, ...Whiston, William, 1667-1752.K088587.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from Pennsylvania to a friend in England: containing valuable information with respect to America. By L. J. Jardine, M.DJardine, L. J., fl. 1795.K088713.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An excursion to the lakes, in Westmoreland and Cumberland, August 1773Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K088722.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Samuel Johnson: LL.D. By Sir John Hawkins, Knt.Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789.K088831.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays on the Characteristics: By John Brown, M.A.Brown, John, 1715-1766.K088839.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The hive of modern literature: a collection of essays, narratives, allegories, and instructive compositions; ...K089167.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A rural ramble; to which is annexed a poetical tagg, or Brighthelmstone guide. By G. S. CareyCarey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K089227.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of John Wilkes, Esq: in the manner of Plutarch. Being a specimen of a larger work.Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.K089235.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pamela: or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel to her parents: and afterwards, in her exalted condition, between her, and persons of figure and quality, ... The third and fourth volumes. ... By the editor of the two first. ... [pt.3]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.K089369.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pamela: or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel to her parents: and afterwards, in her exalted condition, between her, and persons of figure and quality, ... The third and fourth volumes. ... By the editor of the two first. ... [pt.4]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.K089369.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pamela: or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel, to her parents. ... In two volumes. The third edition. To which are prefixed, extracts from several curious letters written to the editor on the subject. ... [pt.1]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.K089370.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An historical, physiological and theological treatise of spirits: apparitions, witchcrafts, and other magical practices. Containing an account of the genii ... With a refutation of Dr. Bekker's World bewitch'd; and other authors ... By John Beaumont, gent.Beaumont, John, d. 1731.K089396.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A lecture on the perpetual motion.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K089537.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An oration on the utility of public infirmaries: Occasioned by the opening of the Radcliffe Infirmary at Oxford. By Joseph Bromehead, ...Bromehead, Joseph, b. 1747 or 8.K089699.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Gray's-Inn Journal: In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.K089849.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Gray's-Inn Journal: In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.K089849.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of The age of reason, by Thomas Paine: being an answer to the strictures of Mr. Gilbert Wakefield and Dr. Priestley, ... By Thomas Dutton.Dutton, Thomas, 18th/19th cent.K089860.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the nature, properties, and medicinal uses, of the mineral water at Nottington, near Weymouth, Dorset. By John Crane, ... With a view of the well, in it's present stateCrane, John, physician at Dorchester.K089881.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation on the King's evil: with some account of a medicine which ... has cured many of that disorder, ... and has been found effectual in other complaints, ... To which are added, the cases of many persons who have been cured, and a proposal highly meriting the consideration of the public.K089911.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A trip to Scarborough: A comedy. As performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. Altered from Vanbrugh's Relapse; or, virtue in danger. By Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Esq.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K089925.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Practical hints on opium considered as a poison: By R. Hamilton, ...Hamilton, Robert, 1749-1830.K089963.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The following observations on the method of curing burns and scalds. are offered by the author, for the benefit of the publicK090011.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A short introduction to vocal musickSharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K090103.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The fountain of health: or, a view of nature. Wherein the causes of distempers, are philosophically explain'd: ... By Henry Burdon.Burdon, Henry.K090132.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the formation, structure, and use of the teeth: With a supplement, ... By Mayer Lewis, ...Lewis, Mayer.K090248.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A supplement to The State of the expedition from Canada: containing General Burgoyne's orders, respecting the principal movements, ... of the army to the raising of the siege of Ticonderoga.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.K090722.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Discourses concerning government: by Algernon Sidney, ... Publish'd from an original manuscript. The second edition carefully corrected. To which is added, the paper he deliver'd to the Sheriffs immediately before his death. And an alphabetical table.Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683.K090734.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Of LondonPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K090843.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Journal of a voyage to New South Wales: with sixty-five plates of non descript animals, birds, ... and other natural productions by John White ...White, John, 1757 or 8-1832.K090920.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation concerning misletoe: a most wonderful specifick remedy for the cure of convulsive distempers. ... By Sir John Colbatch, ...Colbatch, John, Sir, 1670-1729.K090928.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Capt. Dampier's vindication of his voyage to the South-Seas in the ship St. George: With some small observations ... on Mr. Funnel's chimerical relation of the voyage round the world; ...Dampier, William, 1652-1715.K090929.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A pill to purge the dispensary doctors: or, a cure for the present state of physick.K090934.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The recess: or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. [pt.1]Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.K091116.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The recess: or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. [pt.2]Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.K091116.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The recess: or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. [pt.3]Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.K091116.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An English alphabet, for the use of foreigners: wherein the pronunciation of the vowels, or voice-letters, is explained in twelve short general rules, with their several exceptions, as abridged (for the instruction of Omai) from a larger work.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K091144.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The dramatic censor: or, critical companion. ... [pt.1]Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K091154.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The dramatic censor: or, critical companion. ... [pt.2]Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K091154.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the parishes of Whiteford, and HolywellPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K091165.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Zoonomia: or, the laws of organic life. ... By Erasmus Darwin, ... [pt.1]Darwin, Erasmus, 1731-1802.K091186.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems. By Robert Lloyd, A.MLloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.K091366.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The compassion and beneficence of the deity: A sermon, preached before the Society incorporated by Royal Charter for the Benefit of the Sons of the Clergy of the Established Church of Scotland, ... May, 20. 1796. By Hugh Blair, ... To which is added, an account of the objects and constitution of the Society. ...Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.K091409.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The road to ruin: a comedy. As acted at the London and Dublin theatres.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K091416.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Antiquitates vulgares: or, the antiquities of the common people. Giving an account of several of their opinions and ceremonies. ... By Henry Bourne, ...Bourne, Henry, 1696-1733.K091485.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy: in the cathedral church of St. Paul, on Friday May 6th, 1763. By Thomas Francklin, ... To which is annexed, a list of the annual amount of the collection for this charity, from the year 1721.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K091660.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Arctic zoology: ... [pt.1]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K091678.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Arctic zoology: ... [pt.2]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K091678.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters of the Honourable Algernon Sydney, to the Honourable Henry Savile. Ambassador in France. In the year 1679, &c. Now first printed from the originals in Mr. Sydney's own handSidney, Algernon, 1622-1683.K091818.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the Robinhood Society: In which the origin of that illustrious body of men is traced; the method of managing their debates is shewn; ... and some original speeches, ... are recorded. ...Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K091832.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Rosina: a comic opera, in two acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.K091879.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of a new poor-house: erected in the parish of Boldre, in New Forest, near Lymington, 1796.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.K092066.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Spanish memoirs: in a series of original letters. Containing the history of Donna Isabella della Villarea, ... Published by the author of Maria, or the generous rustic. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Berkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.K092165.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Spanish memoirs: in a series of original letters. Containing the history of Donna Isabella della Villarea, ... Published by the author of Maria, or the generous rustic. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Berkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.K092165.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miscellanies in prose and verse: Containing candid and impartial observations on the principal performers belonging to the two Theatres-Royal; from January 1773, to May 1775. Likewise strictures on two favourite tragedies, viz. The orphan and The fair penitent. ... By William Hawkins, gent.Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent.K092215.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.1]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K092252.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.2]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K092252.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.3]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K092252.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.4]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K092252.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Admiral Hosier's ghost: To the tune of, Come and listen to my ditty.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.K092301.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Genuine letters from a gentleman to a young lady his pupil: ... Written some years since. Now first revised and published with notes and illustrations, by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.1]K092353.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Genuine letters from a gentleman to a young lady his pupil: ... Written some years since. Now first revised and published with notes and illustrations, by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.2]K092353.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The harmony and agreement of the collects, epistles, and gospels: as they stand in the Book of Common-Prayer, from the first Sunday in Advent, to the last Sunday after Trinity. ... Proper to be bound up with the Common-Prayer, ... By Henry Bourne, ...Bourne, Henry, 1696-1733.K092629.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Curiosities of literature: Consisting of anecdotes, characters, sketches, and observations, literary, critical, and historical.Disraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.K092747.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in three volumes. By several hands: [pt.1]K092784.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in three volumes. By several hands: [pt.2]K092784.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in three volumes. By several hands: [pt.3]K092784.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.4]K092785.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.5]K092786.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.6]K092786.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Justification by Christ alone: (a fountain of life and comfort.) Declaring that the whole work of man's salvation was accomplished by Jesus Christ upon the Cross, ... Written by Samuel Richardson, in the year 1647.Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658.K092821.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An inquiry into the nature, causes, and termination of nervous fevers: together with observations tending to illustrate the method of restoring His Majesty to health, and of preventing relapses of his disease. By Robert Jones, ...Jones, Robert, M.D.K092929.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The tobacconist, a comedy: of two acts altered from Ben Johnson. Acted at the Theatres Royal in the Hay-market and Edinburgh. (With universal applause).Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K092930.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays upon several subjects in law: sciz. justertii, beneficium cedendarum actionum, vinco vincentem, prescription.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.K092950.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Annus mirabilis: or, the wonderful effects of the approaching conjunction of the planets Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. By Abraham Gunter, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K093052.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.1]K093079.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.2]K093079.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.3]K093079.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.4]K093079.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.1]K093080.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.2]K093080.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.3]K093080.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.4]K093080.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.5]K093080.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.6]K093080.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay concerning the growth of empiricism; or the encouragement of quacks. ... By Fran. Guybon, M.DGuybon, Francis, 1673-1751.K093172.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.1]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.K093174.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.2]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.K093174.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.3]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.K093174.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.4]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.K093174.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.5]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.K093174.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.6]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.K093174.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The dramatic history of Master Edward: Miss Ann, Mrs. Llwhuddwhydd, and others. The extraordinaries of these times. Collected from Zaphaniel's original papers. Illustrated with copper-plates.Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.K093280.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Merit. A poem : inscribed to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. By Mr. Henry Jones,Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.K093442.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to the first part of The age of reason: Printed in 1794. By Thomas Taylor, V.D.M.Taylor, Thomas, 1738-1816.K093508.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems, chiefly pastoral: By John Cunningham.Cunningham, John, 1729-1773.K093533.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
One thousand eight hundred; or, I wish you a happy new year: Being a choice collection of favourite songs, on serious, moral, and lively subjects. Written and carefully revised by George Saville Carey.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K093603.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anecdotes of eminent painters in Spain: during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; with cursory remarks upon the present state of arts in that kingdom. By Richard Cumberland. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093655.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anecdotes of eminent painters in Spain: during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; with cursory remarks upon the present state of arts in that kingdom. By Richard Cumberland. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093655.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.1]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093660.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.2]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093660.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.3]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093660.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.4]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093660.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.5]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093660.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An accurate and descriptive catalogue of the several paintings in the King of Spain's palace at Madrid: with some account of the pictures in the Buen-Retiro. By Richard Cumberland, ...Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.K093663.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Milton: in three parts. To which are added, Conjectures on the origin of Paradise lost: with an appendix. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K093930.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A series of genuine letters between Henry and Frances: ... [pt.1]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.K093988.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A series of genuine letters between Henry and Frances: ... [pt.2]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.K093988.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Discourses for the use of families: on the advantages of a free enquiry, and on the study of the scriptures. By W. Hazlitt, M.A.Hazlitt, William, 1737-1820.K094029.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A state of the expedition from Canada: as laid before the House of Commons, by Lieutenant-General Burgoyne, ... With a collection of authentic documents, ... Written and collected by himself, ...Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.K094098.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Some reasons given against an opinion that a person infected with the small-pox may be cured by antidote without incurring the distemper: ... By Thomas Frewen, M.D.Frewen, Thomas, 1704-1791.K094122.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poetical essays: Consisting of I. An elegy on a pile of sacred ruins; ... VI. Ode to peace, &c. By J.B. of Newcastle upon Tyne.Brand, John, 1744-1806.K094198.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of the court of France, and city of Paris: containing the intrigues of that court, and the characters of the ministers of state, and other officers; together with the occurrences of the town. In two parts. Translated from the FrenchAulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.K094200.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France: in the year 1795; with an account of the effects of opium in that disease, ... by R. T. Crosfeild, M.D.Crosfeild, Robert Thomas, 1759-1802.K094222.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history and description of the famous cathedral of St. Paul's, London: [pt.1]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.K094305.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history and description of the famous cathedral of St. Paul's, London: [pt.2]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.K094305.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The hermitage: a British story.Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K094528.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis: By the editor of Chrysal. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?K094550.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis: By the editor of Chrysal. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?K094550.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sympathy: or, a sketch of the social passion. A poem.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K094645.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The mogul tale: or, the descent of the balloon. A farce. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, Smoke-Alley.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K094698.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The candidate: by Mr. Gray.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.K094754.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Curiosities in the Tower of London.: [pt.1]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.K094902.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Curiosities in the Tower of London.: [pt.2]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.K094902.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The castle of Andalusia: a comic opera. In three acts. As it is performed at the theatres in London and Dublin. By John O'Keefe, Esqr.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K094982.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The miniature picture: a comedy, in three acts : performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.K095003.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on circulation and credit: in four parts; and a letter on the jealousy of commerce. From the French of Monsieur de Pinto. Translated, with annotations, by the Rev. S. Baggs, M.A.Pinto, Isaac de, 1715-1787.K095032.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Longsword, Earl of Salisbury: An historical romance. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Leland, Thomas, 1722-1785.K095313.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Longsword, Earl of Salisbury: An historical romance. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Leland, Thomas, 1722-1785.K095313.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The works: in verse and prose, of Dr. Thomas Parnell, ... Enlarged with variations and poems, not before publish'd.Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.K095488.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Of the crime of Onan (together with that of his brother Er, punished with sudden death Gen. 38. 10.) Or, the hainous vice of self-defilement, with all its dismal consequences, stated and examined ... Vol.I: [pt.1]K095540.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Irish tales: or, instructive histories for the happy conduct of life. ... By Mrs. Sarah Butler.Butler, Sarah, Mrs.K095553.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters containing a sketch of the scenes which passed in various Departments of France during the tyranny of Robespierre: and of the events which took place in Paris on the 28th of July 1794. By Helen Maria Williams. Vol.III.Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.K095737.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The fair Hibernian: In two volumes. ... [pt.1]K095919.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The fair Hibernian: In two volumes. ... [pt.2]K095919.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay for reforming the modern way of practising medicine in Edinburgh: wherein it is proved, that the foreign method of paying physicians with small fees at a time, would be of great benefit to the nation, ...K095989.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A new comedy. Love a-al-a-mode [sic] in two actsMacklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.K095991.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.3]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.4]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.5]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.6]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.7]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.007ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.8]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.008ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.9]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.009ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.10]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.010ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.11]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.011ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.12]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.012ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.13]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.013ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.14]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.014ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.15]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.015ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.16]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.016ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.17]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.017ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.18]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.018ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.19]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.019ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.20]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K096120.020ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay concerning the outward and salutary application of oils on the human body: By the Rev. William Martin Trinder, MD.Trinder, William Martin.K096396.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The corruptions of Christianity considered as affecting its truth: A sermon, preached before The Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge; ... By Alexander Gerard, ... To which is added, an appendix, containing an abstract of the Proceedings of the Society from September 1. 1790.Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.K096479.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
High life below stairs: A farce. Written by David Garrick, Esq. Taken from the manager's book at the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane.Townley, James, 1714-1778.K096840.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poor man's medicine chest: or, Thompson's box of antibilious alterative [sic] pills. With a few brief remarks on the stomach; ... By John-Weeks Thompson, ...Thompson, John-Weeks.K096874.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
National blessings an argument for reformation: A sermon, preached at Aberdeen, November 29, 1759. ... By Alexander Gerard, ...Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.K096960.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An argument, shewing, that the Prince of Wales, tho' a Protestant, has no just pretensions to the crown of England. With some remarks on the late pretended discovery of a design to steal him awayDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K097055.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.1]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K097310.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.2]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K097310.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.3]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K097310.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.4]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K097310.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.8]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K097310.008ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.9]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K097310.009ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dialogue between a protesting catholic dissenter, and a Catholic: on the nature, tendency and import of the oath lately offered to the Catholics of England. By the Rev. William Pilling.Dow, Alexander, d. 1779.K097486.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The way to be rich and respectable: Addressed to men of small fortune. In this pamphlet is given an estimate, shewing that a gentleman, ... may, ... live as well as, a man of 1000l. a year, and yet not expend 400l. ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K097489.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Vauxhall affray: or, the Macaronies defeated : being a compilation of all the letters, squibs, &c. on both sides of that dispute. With an introductory dedication to the Hon. Tho. Lyttleton, Esq;.Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.K097557.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A mechanical enquiry into the nature, causes, seat, and cure of the diabetes: With an explication of the most remarkable symptoms.K097626.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of a new method of treating fractured legs: Read before the Royal Society of London, on February 12, 1767. To which is prefixed a letter on that subject ...Sharp, William, fl. 1766-1767.K097659.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Fugitive pieces: Written by J. P. Kemble.Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823.K097708.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A hymn to harmony: written in honour of St. Cecilia's day, M DCC I. By Mr. Congreve. Set to musick by Mr. John Eccles, ...Congreve, William, 1670-1729.K097986.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning the nature and certainty of Sir Isaac Newton's Methods of fluxions, and of prime and ultimate ratios. By Benjamin Robins, F.R.SRobins, Benjamin, 1707-1751.K097994.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief concordance to the holy scriptures: of the Old and New Testament. ... By John Brown. ...Brown, John, 1722-1787.K098362.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief view of the figures: and explication of the metaphors, contained in scripture. By John Brown, ...Brown, John, 1722-1787.K098413.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An epistle to James Boswell, Esq. occasioned by his having transmitted the moral writings of Dr. Samuel Johnson, to Pascal Paoli, ... With a postscript, containing thoughts on liberty; ... By W. K. EsqKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K098680.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.1]K098900.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.2]K098900.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.3]K098900.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.4]K098900.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.5]K098900.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems, by a gentlemanWay, G. L. (Gregory Lewis), d. 1799.K098942.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The sublime and beautiful of scripture: being essays on select passages of sacred composition. By Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K099013.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The mystery revealed; containing a series of transactions and authentic testimonials: respecting the supposed Cock-Lane ghost: which have hitherto been concealed from the public.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K099198.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The new cosmetic: or the triumph of beauty, a comedy. By C. Melmonth, Esq. Inscribed to Mrs. Hodges.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K099251.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Travels for the heart: Written in France, by Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K099270.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Travels for the heart: Written in France, by Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K099270.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The pupil of pleasure: or, the new system illustrated. Inscribed to Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, editor of Lord Chesterfield's letters. By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K099277.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The pupil of pleasure: or, the new system illustrated. Inscribed to Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, editor of Lord Chesterfield's letters. By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K099277.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Two dithyrambic odes: I. On enthusiasm. II. To laughter. By the author of Rimes.Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.K099329.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The essence of the Douglas cause: To which is subjoined, some observations on a pamphlet lately published, intitled, Considerations on the Douglas cause.Boswell, James, 1740-1795.K099385.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of the most esteemed pieces of poetry: that have appeared for several years. With variety of originals, by the late Moses Mendez, Esq; and other contributors to Dodsley's collection. To which this is intended as a supplement.K099398.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A learned dissertation on dumpling: its dignity, antiquity, and excellence. With a word upon pudding. ...Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.K099473.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Cupid and Hymen: or, a voyage to the isles of love and matrimony. ... Translated from the French original. To which is added, The batchelor's estimate of the expences attending a married life. The married man's answer to it : ... By John Single, ...Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.K099474.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The female advocate: or an attempt to recover the rights of women from male usurpation. By Mary Anne Radcliffe.Radcliffe, Mary Ann, 1745?-1810.K099481.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A trip to the moon: Containing an account of the island of Noibla. Its inhabitants, religious and political customs, &c. By Sir Humphrey Lunatic, Bart.Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.K099545.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The thresher's miscellany: or, poems on several subjects, written by Arthur Duck. Now a poor thresher in the county of Suffolk, ... though formerly an Eton-scholar. ...Duck, Arthur.K099598.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Analects in verse and prose: chiefly dramatical, satirical, and pastoral. ... [pt.1]Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K099659.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Analects in verse and prose: chiefly dramatical, satirical, and pastoral. ... [pt.2]Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K099659.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Philosophy: A poem address'd to the ladies who attend Mr. Booth's lectures. By the bricklayer.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.K099681.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A search after happiness: a pastoral. In three dialogues. By a young lady.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K099722.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pastorals: After the simple manner of Theocritus. By Mr. Purney.Purney, Thomas, 1695-ca. 1727.K099729.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Odes on various subjects: By Joseph Warton, ...Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800.K099834.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The grumbletonians: or, the dogs without-doors. A tale.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.K100170.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pamela: a comedy. As it is perform'd gratis, at the late theatre in Goodman's-Fields.Giffard, Henry, 1699-1772.K100292.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, ... Written by Richard Savage, ...Savage, Richard, d. 1743.K100402.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Verses humbly address'd to Sir Thomas Hanmer: On his edition of Shakespear's works. By a gentleman of Oxford.Collins, William, 1721-1759.K100410.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Virginia a tragedy: with odes, pastorals, and translations. By Mrs. Brooke.Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.K100537.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Clementina: a tragedy, as it is perform'd with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.K100539.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of Barbarossa: the usurper of Algiers. Being the story on which the new tragedy, now in rehearsal at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, is founded.Brown, John, 1715-1766.K100550.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Accommodation: a poetical epistle to John Ashby, Esq; by Rowley Thomas.Thomas, Rowley.K100666.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The inoculator: a comedy in three acts.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K100784.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A wife in the right: a comedy. By Mrs. Griffith.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K100796.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Peckham frolic: or Nell Gwyn. A comedy: in three acts.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K100817.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the Faerie Queene of Spenser: By Thomas Warton, ...Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.K100834.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The various kinds of the heart or rather stomach-pain: considered by Peter von Sarn, ...Sarn, Peter van, d. 1766.K100972.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Fire and water!: A comic opera: in two acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market. By Miles Peter Andrews.Andrews, Miles Peter, d. 1814.K101007.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The castle spectre: a drama. In five acts. ... By M.G. Lewis, ...Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.K101052.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The deserted daughter: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K101059.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Tracts, concerning the ancient and only true legal means of national defence, by a free militia: ...Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K101190.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters from France: containing many new anecdotes relative to the French revolution, and the present state of French manners. By Helen Maria Williams. Vol.II.Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.K101477.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The parent's guide in the management of children in the measles: ... By a physician.Physician.K101518.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Tracts in divinity: By W. Hawkins, ... [pt.2]Hawkins, William, 1722-1801.K101579.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The morality of Shakespeare's drama illustrated: By Mrs. Griffith.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.K101585.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The tears and triump[hs] of Parnassus: an ode for musick, as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.K101613.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The votary of wealth: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By J. G.. Holman, ...Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817.K101642.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems: consisting of odes, sonnets, songs, and occasional verses. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K101652.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The young widow; or the history of Cornelia Sedley: in a series of letters. ... [pt.1]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K101669.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The young widow; or the history of Cornelia Sedley: in a series of letters. ... [pt.2]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K101669.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems upon several occasions: By Mrs. Leapor ...Leapor, Mrs. (Mary), 1722-1746.K101776.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Lessons for children from three to four years oldBarbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.K101844.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An epistle to Gorges Edmond Howard: Esq. With notes explanatory, critical, and historical, by George Faulkner, ...Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.K101911.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the spleen and vapours: containing remarkable cases of persons of both sexes, and all ranks, ... who have been miserably afflicted with those melancholy disorders since the fall of South-Sea, and other publick stocks; ... By Sir John Midriff, ...Midriff, John, Sir.K102073.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Explanatory remarks upon The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy: wherein, the morals and politics of this piece are clearly laid open, by Jeremiah Kunastrokius, M.D.Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.K102171.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Yorick's meditations: upon various interesting and important subjects. Viz. Upon nothing. Upon something. Upon the thing. ...Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.K102172.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of John Buncle: Esq; containing various observations and reflections, made in several parts of the world, and many extraordinary relations. [pt.2]Amory, Thomas, 1691?-1788?K102183.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The contract: a comedy. Of two acts. As it was performed at the Theatre Royal, in the Hay-Market.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.K102279.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sentimental excursions to Windsor: and other places, with notes critical, illustrative, and explanatory, ...MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.K102286.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A true character of Mr. PopeDennis, John, 1657-1734.K102297.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The babler: Containing a careful selection from those entertaining and interesting essays. Which have given the public so much satisfaction under that title ... in Owen's Weekly Chronicle. ... [pt.1]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.K102448.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The babler: Containing a careful selection from those entertaining and interesting essays. Which have given the public so much satisfaction under that title ... in Owen's Weekly Chronicle. ... [pt.2]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.K102448.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A compendious history of the British churches in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America. By John Brown.: [pt.1]Brown, John, 1722-1787.K102523.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A compendious history of the British churches in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America. By John Brown.: [pt.2]Brown, John, 1722-1787.K102523.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Scottish village: or, Pitcairne Green. A poem. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.K102562.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The anatomy of the human nerves: with an account of the reciprocal motions of the heart, and a description of the human lacteal sac and duct. By Alexander Monro, P.A.Monro, Alexander, 1697-1767.K102733.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Nourjahad: By the editor of Sidney Bidulph.Sheridan, Frances Chamberlaine, 1724-1766.K102875.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The upholsterer: or what news? A farce, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane. By the author of The apprentice.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.K102914.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The royal suppliants. A tragedy: As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Delap, J. (John), 1725-1812.K102974.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The confessions of James Baptiste Couteau: citizen of France, written by himself: and translated from the original French, by Robert Jephson, Esq. Illustrated with nine engravings. ... [pt.1]Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.K103123.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The confessions of James Baptiste Couteau: citizen of France, written by himself: and translated from the original French, by Robert Jephson, Esq. Illustrated with nine engravings. ... [pt.2]Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.K103123.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Directions for the medicine chestK103167.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Calculations to determine at what point in the side of a hill its attraction will be the greatest, &c: By Charles Hutton, ... Read at the Royal Society, Nov. 11, 1779.Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.K103238.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Tracts, mathematical and philosophical: By Charles Hutton, ... Vol.1.Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.K103240.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Village memoirs: in a series of letters between a clergyman and his family in the country, and his son in town.Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.K103261.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.1]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.K103528.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.2]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.K103528.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.3]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.K103528.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.4]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.K103528.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The memoirs of the Countess of Berci. Taken from the French by the author of the Female Quixote. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K103915.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The memoirs of the Countess of Berci. Taken from the French by the author of the Female Quixote. In two volumes.: [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K103915.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.1]K104099.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.2]K104099.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.3]K104099.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.4]K104099.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.5]K104099.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.6]K104099.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Speed the plough: a comedy, in five acts. As performed with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.K104108.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The nunnery. An elegy: In imitation of the Elegy in a church-yard.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K104119.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on live stock: containing hints for choosing and improving the best breeds of the most useful kinds of domestic animals, by George Culley, ...Culley, George, 1735-1813.K104420.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The way to plenty: or, the second part of Tom White.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K104598.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Ormond: or the secret witness. By the author of Wieland, Arthur Mervyn, &c. &c.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.K104624.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Voyages and descriptions: vol.II. In three parts, viz. I. A supplement of the voyage round the world, ... 2. Two voyages to Campeachy; ... 3. A discourse of trade-winds, breezes, storms, ... By Capt. William Dampier. Illustrated with particular maps and draughts. To which is added, a general index to both volumes. The third edition.Dampier, William, 1652-1715.K104887.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Fingal: an ancient epic poem, in six books: together with several other poems, composed by Ossian the son of Fingal. Translated from the Galic language, by James Macpherson.Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.K105084.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay concerning the effects of air on human bodies: By John Arbuthnot, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K105119.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The monk: a romance. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.K105233.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The monk: a romance. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.K105233.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The monk: a romance. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.K105233.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An epistle to the Right Honourable Sir Robert WalpoleDodington, George Bubb, Baron of Melcombe Regis, 1691-1762.K105365.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctor and the apothecary: A musical entertainment in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Cobb, James, 1756-1818.K105471.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
RimesPinkerton, John, 1758-1826.K105560.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Roman revenge: A tragedy. By Aaron Hill, Esq;.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.K105564.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Practical rules of diet in the various constitutions and diseases of human bodies: By John Arbuthnot, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K105745.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay concerning the nature of aliments: and the choice of them, according to the different constitutions of human bodies. ... By John Arbuthnot, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K105746.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Epistle to Admiral KeppelHayley, William, 1745-1820.K105759.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The parent's assistant; or, stories for children. Part I. Containing, The Little Dog Trusty; OR, The Liar And Boy Of Truth. The Orange Man; OR, The Honest Boy And The Thief. Tarlton. Lazy Lawrence. The False Key: and Barring-Out. To which is prefixed, an address to parents.Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849.K105776.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The school for arrogance: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K105792.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The noble peasant: a comic opera, in three acts; as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in the Haymarket. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K105913.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour in Wales. MDCCLXX: [pt.1]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K105973.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour in Wales. MDCCLXX: [pt.2]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K105973.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
English housewifry: Exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; ... With cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses; ... By Elizabeth Moxon.Moxon, Elizabeth.K106011.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Iconographia Scotica: or portraits of illustrious persons of Scotland engraved from the most authentic paintings &c with short biographical notices. By John Pinkerton, ...Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.K106025.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Airs and chorusses in The Princess of Georgia: an opera: written by Her Serene Highness the Margravine of Anspach, and performed at Brandenburgh-House Theatre, 1798.Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.K106115.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems to ThespiaDownman, Hugh, 1740-1809.K106443.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An enquiry into the history of Scotland: preceding the reign of Malcom III. or the year 1056. Including the authentic history of that period. In two volumes. By John Pinkerton. ... [pt.2]Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.K106472.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon: preached February 28, 1794, being the day appointed for a general fast. By J. Brand, ...Brand, John, d. 1808.K106504.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.1]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K106754.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.2]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K106754.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.3]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K106754.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.4]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K106754.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the extraordinary medicinal fluid, called æther: By M. Turner, ...Turner, Matthew, d. ca. 1788.K107077.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The triumph of prudence over passion: or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald. By the authoress of Emeline. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Authoress of Emeline.K107078.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The triumph of prudence over passion: or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald. By the authoress of Emeline. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Authoress of Emeline.K107078.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The advancement and reformation of modern poetry: A critical discourse. In two parts. ... By Mr Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.K107084.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The battle of Ramillia: or, the power of union. A poem. In five books. By Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.K107134.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The grand question debated; or an essay to prove that the soul of man is not, neither can it be, immortal. ... By OntologosKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K107291.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A reply to The grand question debated: fully proving, that the soul of man is, and must be immortal. ... By Ontologos.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K107298.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The bee: Being essays on the most interesting subjects.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K107303.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The monument: a poem sacred to the immortal memory of the best and greatest of kings, William the Third. ... By Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.K107395.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Original letters: familiar, moral and critical. By Mr. Dennis. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Dennis, John, 1657-1734.K107398.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Original letters: familiar, moral and critical. By Mr. Dennis. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Dennis, John, 1657-1734.K107398.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A description of a great variety of animals and vegetables: viz. beasts, birds, fishes, insects, plants, fruits, and flowers. Extracted from the most considerable writers of natural history; ... Being a supplement to A description of three hundred animals. Illustrated with above ninety copper plates, ...Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.K107399.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The plain dealer: being select essays on several curious subjects: relating to friendship, ... poetry, and other branches of polite literature. Publish'd originally in the year 1724. And now first collected into two volumes. ... [pt.1]Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.K107483.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The plain dealer: being select essays on several curious subjects: relating to friendship, ... poetry, and other branches of polite literature. Publish'd originally in the year 1724. And now first collected into two volumes. ... [pt.2]Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.K107483.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A remarkable case in surgery: wherein an account is given of an uncommon fracture and depression of the skull, in a child about six years old; ... Also an exact draught of the case, ... Communicated by Daniel Turner.Turner, Daniel, 1667-1741.K107579.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mechanick exercises: or the doctrine of handy-works. Applied to the arts of smithing joinery carpentry turning bricklayery. To which is added Mechanick dyalling: ... The third edition. By Joseph Moxon, ...Moxon, Joseph, 1627-1691.K107624.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The wanderer: a poem. In five canto's. By Richard Savage, ...Savage, Richard, d. 1743.K107740.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems by Mr. Jerningham: [pt.1]Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K107811.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems by Mr. Jerningham: [pt.2]Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.K107811.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise on the social compact: or the principles of politic law. By J. J. Rousseau, ...Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778.K107868.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to some objections of a moderate enquirerEllwood, Thomas, 1639-1713.K108052.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Edwin's pills to purge melancholy: containing all the songs sung by Mr. Edwin, ... since his first appearance in London; ... With a humourous account of Mrs. Siddons's first reception in Dublin; and a portrait of Mr. Edwin ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K108056.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The just limitation of slavery: in the laws of God, compared with the unbounded claims of the African traders and British American slaveholders. By Granville Sharp. With a copious appendix: ...Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108263.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on several very important prophecies: In five parts. ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108264.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Extract of a letter to a gentleman in Maryland: wherein is demonstrated the extreme wickedness of tolerating the slave trade.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108266.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament: containing many new proofs of the divinity of Christ, from passages, which are wrongly translated in the common English version. By Granville Sharp, ...Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108268.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The law of retribution: or, a serious warning to Great Britain and her colonies, founded on unquestionable examples of God's temporal vengeance against tyrants, slave-holders, and oppressors. ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108269.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on the opinions of some of the most celebrated writers on Crown Law: respecting the due distinction between manslaughter and murder: ... With a prefatory address to the reader, ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108270.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The law of liberty: or, royal law, by which all mankind will certainly be judged! ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108272.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The law of passive obedience: or Christian submission to personal injuries: ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K108273.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Statutes of the Maiden Hospital: founded by the company of merchants of Edinburgh, and Mary Erskine.Maiden Hospital (Edinburgh, Scotland)K108281.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A token for mariners: containing many famous and wonderful instances of God's providence in sea dangers and deliverances, ... (Much enlarg'd ... ). Also The seaman's preacher, ... And prayers for seamen on all occasions.Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.K108513.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The shepherd's artifice: a dramatic pastoral. As it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. The words written and the music compos'd by Mr. Dibdin.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108982.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The younger brother: a novel, in three volumes, written by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108983.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The younger brother: a novel, in three volumes, written by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108983.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The younger brother: a novel, in three volumes, written by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.3]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108983.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108995.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108995.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.3]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108995.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.4]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108995.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.5]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K108995.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the learning of Shakespeare: addressed to Joseph Cradock, Esq; The second edition, with large additions. By Richard Farmer, ...Farmer, Richard, 1735-1797.K108999.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Three dialogues on the amusements of clergymenGilpin, William, 1724-1804.K109003.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tract on duelling: wherein the opinions of some of the most celebrated writers on crown law are examined and corrected ... in order to ascertain the due distinction between manslaughter and murder. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K109045.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... Volume I. [pt.1]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.K109092.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... Volume I. [pt.2]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.K109092.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... [pt.3]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.K109093.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... [pt.4]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.K109093.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Shakespear illustrated: or the novels and histories, on which the plays of Shakespear are founded, collected and translated from the original authors. With critical remarks. In two volumes. By the author of The female Quixote. [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K109095.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Shakespear illustrated: or the novels and histories, on which the plays of Shakespear are founded, collected and translated from the original authors. With critical remarks. In two volumes. By the author of The female Quixote. [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K109095.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The difference, between words, esteemed synonymous: in the English language; and, the proper choice of them determined: together with, so much of Abbé Girard's Treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of expression. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K109292.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The difference, between words, esteemed synonymous: in the English language; and, the proper choice of them determined: together with, so much of Abbé Girard's Treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of expression. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K109292.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The fair penitent. A tragedy: Written by N. Rowe, Esq;.Rowe, Nicholas, 1674-1718.K109300.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An excursion to Brighthelmstone: made in the year 1789, by Henry Wigstead and Thomas Rowlandson; ... Embellished with eight engravings in aqua tinta, ...Wigstead, Henry.K109521.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Shakespear illustrated: or the novels and histories, on which the plays of Shakespear are founded, collected and translated from the original authors. With critical remarks. The third and last volume. By the author of The female Quixote. [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K109708.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.1]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K109756.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.2]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K109756.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.3]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K109756.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.4]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.K109756.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Newcastle upon Tyne: or, the ancient and present state of that town. By the late Henry Bourne, ...Bourne, Henry, 1696-1733.K109819.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hearts of oakGarrick, David, 1717-1779.K109848.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A dialogue between a Japonese and a Formosan, about some points of the religion of the time. By G. P--n--rPsalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.K109981.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems on several occasions. Written by a young ladyLennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K110146.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Sir Walter Ralegh: from his birth to his death on the scaffold: ... The whole compiled from the most approved authorities and curious manuscripts.Oldys, William, 1696-1761.K110147.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.1]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110238.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.2]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110238.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.3]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110238.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.4]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110238.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.5]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110238.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.6]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110238.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.7]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110238.007ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Richard West.West, Richard, Son of the Lord Chancellor of Ireland.K110265.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Thomas Gray. With the life of the author.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.K110269.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Edward Moore. With the life of the author.Moore, Edward, 1712-1757.K110277.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Will. Shenstone. In two volumes. With the life of the author, and a description of the Leasowes. ... [pt.1]Shenstone, William, 1714-1763.K110284.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Will. Shenstone. In two volumes. With the life of the author, and a description of the Leasowes. ... [pt.2]Shenstone, William, 1714-1763.K110284.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The progress of wit: a caveat. For the use of an eminent writer. By a fellow of All-Souls. To which is prefix'd, an explanatory discourse to the reader. By Gamaliel Gunson, ...Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.K110382.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A narrative of facts, relating to a prosecution for high treason: including the address to the jury, which the court refused to hear: ... and the defence the author had prepared, if he had been brought to trial. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.K110388.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K110414.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K110414.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K110414.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.4]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K110414.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A general view of the writings of Linnæus: By Richard Pulteney, ...Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801.K110495.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the most noble Order of the Garter: Wherein is set forth an account of the town, castle, chappel, and college of Windsor; ... To which is prefix'd, a discourse of knighthood in general, ... Collected by Elias Ashmole, ... The whole illustrated with proper sculptures.Ashmole, Elias, 1617-1692.K110735.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of the forceps described and recommended by Dr. Leake: in which, the injudicious and illiberal remarks on that subject, signed Thomas Denman, are examined and refuted. By a late pupil of Dr. Leake's.Late pupil of Dr. Leake's.K110818.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.1]Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750.K111040.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.2]Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750.K111040.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.3]Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750.K111040.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The guardian goddess of health: or, the whole art of preventing and curing diseases; and of enjoying peace and hapiness of body and of mind to the longest possible period of human existence: with precepts for the preservation and exaltation of personal beauty and loveliness. To which is added, an account of the composition, preparation, and properties of the three great medicines prepared and dispensed at the Temple of Health, Adelphi, and at the Temple of Hymen, Pall-Mall, London. By James Graham, M.D.This book is of so much real importance to the health and happiness of each individual among the public, that tho' it contains more matter or reading than most two shilling pamphlets, it is ordered to be sold for only two pence; - a price very inadequate to the prime cost of the paper, printing, distribution, &c. But salus populi suprema lex est!Graham, James, 1745-1794.K111051.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An elegy on a pile of ruins: By J. Cunningham.Cunningham, John, 1729-1773.K111112.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
New discoveries and improvements in the most considerable branches of anatomy and surgery: Wherein four of the most dangerous operations are prevented, ... The whole proposed by way of instruction; and illustrated with cases and cures, by Mr. Stuart, ...Stuart, Alexander, 1673-1742.K111213.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The theory of moral sentiments: By Adam Smith, ...Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.K111361.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Journal of the Resolution's voyage: in 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775. On discovery to the southern hemisphere, ... Also a journal of the Adventure's voyage, in the years 1772, 1773, and 1774. ... Illustrated with a chart, ... and other cuts.Marra, John.K111410.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Journal of Captain Cook's last voyage, to the Pacific Ocean: on Discovery: performed in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780. Illustrated with cuts, and a chart, ...Rickman, John.K111411.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Grecian history: From the end of the Peloponnesian War, to the death of Philip of Macedon. Containing the space of sixty-eight years. By Temple Stanyan, Esq; Volume the second, now originally publish'd.Stanyan, Temple, 1677?-1752.K111475.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The hospital-surgeon: or, a new, gentle, and easie way, to cure speedily all sorts of wounds, and other diseases belonging to surgery. ... In three parts. ... By Mr. Belloste, ...Belloste, Augustin, 1654-1730.K111587.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Serino: or, the character of a fine gentleman: with reference to rerigion [sic], learning, and the conduct of life. ... Written by Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K111682.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The entire ceremonies of the coronations of His Majesty King Charles II. and of her Majesty Queen Mary, Consort to James II: As published by those learned heralds Ashmole and Sandford. With the prayers at full length. To which is prefix'd, an introduction historical and critical; likewise an appendix, containing many curious particulars.Ashmole, Elias, 1617-1692.K111725.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems: by the late George-Monck Berkeley, Esq. ... With a preface by the editor, consisting of some anecdotes of Mr. Monck Berkeley and several of his friends.Berkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.K111746.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mr. Addison's dissertation upon the most celebrated Roman poets: Also an essay upon the Roman elegiac poets. By Major Pack. The third edition. To which is added, an essay upon Mr. Addison's writings. By R. Young, Esq;.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K111807.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mr. Addison's fine ode to Dr. Thomas Burnet, on his sacred theory of the earth: Done into English by the author of a late tale call'd Coffee.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K111808.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Dialogues concerning natural religion: By David Hume, Esq;.Hume, David, 1711-1776.K111900.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A tour in Scotland: MDCCLXIX.Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K112026.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The speech of Edmund Burke, Esq; on moving his resolutions for conciliation with the colonies, March 22, 1775Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.K112156.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miscellaneous essays: Viz. I. Of company and conversation. ... XIII. Of old age. ... By Sir Richard Bulstrode, ... Publish'd, with a preface, by his son Whitlocke Bulstrode, Esq;.Bulstrode, Richard, Sir, 1610-1711.K112181.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The modern poetasters: or, directors no conjurers. A farce. On the famous ode writers, satyrists, panegyrists, &c. of the present times; ... Written by Isaac Bickerstaff, jun. Esq;.Bickerstaff, Isaac, Jun.K112188.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The famous prophesie of the white king and the dead man explain'd to the present times ... By Isaac Bickerstaffe, esqBickerstaff, Isaac.K112190.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters upon the poetry and music of the Italian opera: addressed to a friend. By the late Mr John Brown, ...Brown, John, 1752-1787.K112203.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of Mr. Bourne's Antiquitates vulgares, with addenda to every chapter of that work: as also, an appendix, containing such articles on the subject, as have been omitted by that author. By John Brand, ...Brand, John, 1744-1806.K112239.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs and reflections upon the reign and government of King Charles the Ist. and K. Charles the IId: ... Written by Sir Richard Bulstrode, ... Now first published from his original manuscript.Bulstrode, Richard, Sir, 1610-1711.K112243.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on Mr. Gilbert Wakefield's Enquiry into the expediency and propriety of public or social worship: By Anna Lætitia Barbauld.Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.K112277.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A new voyage round the world: Describing particularly, the isthmus of America, several coasts and islands in the West Indies, ... their soil, rivers, harbours, plants, ... Vol.I. By Captain William Dampier. Illustrated with particular maps and draughts. [pt.1]Dampier, William, 1652-1715.K112303.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The judgment of Paris: a masque. Written by Mr. Congreve. Set severally to musick, by Mr. John Eccles, Mr. Finger, Mr. Purcel, and Mr. Weldon.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.K112418.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from Mr. Congreve to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount CobhamCongreve, William, 1670-1729.K112489.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The voyages and adventures of Captain Robert Boyle: in several parts of the world. Intermix'd with the story of Mrs. Villars, an English lady with whom he made his surprizing escape from Barbary; the history of an Italian captive; and the life of Don Pedro Aquilio, &c. ... To which is added, the voyage, shipwreck, and miraculous preservation, of Richard Castelman, ...Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.K112507.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The beauties of biography: a selection of the lives of eminent men, carefully digested from correct and approved publications; ... Illustrated with several heads, ... [pt.1]K112609.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief description of Orkney: Zetland, Pightland-Firth & Caithness, ...Brand, John, 1668?-1738.K112620.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history and antiquities of the town and county of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne: including an account of the coal trade of that place and embellished with engraved views of the publick buildings, &c. ... By John Brand, ... [pt.1]Brand, John, 1744-1806.K112697.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Odes on several descriptive and allegoric subjects: By William Collins.Collins, William, 1721-1759.K112765.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that Kingdom. ... By George Crawfurd, Esq;.Crawford, George, fl. 1710.K112771.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.1]Colman, George, 1732-1794.K112795.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.2]Colman, George, 1732-1794.K112795.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.3]Colman, George, 1732-1794.K112795.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Flores poetarum britannicorum sef blodeuog waith y prydyddion bryttannaidd: O gasgliad J. D. SS.Th.D.Davies, John, 1567-1644.K113132.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Fossils, remains of animals and vegetables, minerals, recent shells, corals, and other curious subjects of natural history. Catalogue of the genuine and entire museum of curious subjects of natural history, of John Strange, Esq. ... Which will be sold by auction, ... by Mr. King, ... Covent-Garden, on Friday, July 11, 1800,King, Thomas.K113134.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
History of British birds: The figures engraved on wood by T. Bewick. Vol. I. Containing the history and description of land birds. [pt.1]Beilby, Ralph, 1743-1817.K113180.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.1]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.K113187.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.2]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.K113187.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.3]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.K113187.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.4]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.K113187.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A lecture on mimicry: as it was delivered with great applause, at the theatres in Covent-Garden ... To which is added Jerry Sneak's return from the regatta; and a lecture on lectures. By George Saville Carey.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K113231.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Sir Thomas Pope: founder of Trinity College Oxford. Chiefly compiled from original evidences. With an appendix of papers, never before printed. The second edition, corrected and enlarged. By Thomas Warton, ...Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.K113255.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom, ... collected from the public records, and ancient chartularies of this nation, ... Illustrated with copper-plates. By Robert Douglas, Esq;.Douglas, Robert, Sir, 1694-1770.K113361.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.1]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K113510.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.3]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K113510.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.4]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K113510.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A voyage to New Holland, &c. in the year, 1699: Wherein are described, the Canary-Islands, the Isles of Mayo and St Jago. The Bay of All Saints, with the forts and town of Bahia in Brasil. ... A table of all the variations observ'd in this voyage. ... The isles and coast, &c. of New Holland. ... Illustrated with several maps and draughts; ... Vol.III. By Captain William Dampier.Dampier, William, 1652-1715.K113518.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The beauties of English poesy: Selected by Oliver Goldsmith. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]K113547.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The beauties of English poesy: Selected by Oliver Goldsmith. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]K113547.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The beauties of Goldsmith: or, the moral and sentimental treasury of genius.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113548.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The citizen of the world: or letters from a Chinese philosopher, residing in London, to his friends in the east. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113552.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The citizen of the world: or letters from a Chinese philosopher, residing in London, to his friends in the east. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113552.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Dr Goldsmith's history of Greece, abridged, for the use of schoolsGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113570.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Dr. Goldsmith's Roman history abridged by himself for the use of schoolsGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113571.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Essays: By Mr. Goldsmith. ...Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113578.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Grecian history: from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113592.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Grecian history: from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113592.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The haunch of venison: a poetical epistle to Lord Clare. By the late Dr. Goldsmith. With a head of the author, drawn by Henry Bunbury, Esq; and etched by Bretherton.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113595.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113598.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113598.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.3]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113598.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.4]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113598.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.3]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.4]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.5]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.6]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.7]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.007ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.8]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113606.008ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son.: [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113610.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son.: [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113610.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Henry St. John, Lord Viscount BolingbrokeGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113620.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Richard Nash: of Bath, Esq; extracted principally from his original papers.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113622.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The miscellaneous works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B. Containing all his essays and poemsGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113624.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical and dramatic works of Oliver Goldsmith, M. B. Now first collected. With an account of the life and writings of the author. In two volumes: [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113633.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The martial review: or, a general history of the late wars; together with the definitive treaty, and some reflections on the probable consequences of the peace.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113639.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Roman history: from the foundation of the city of Rome, to the destruction of the western Empire. By Dr. Goldsmith. In two volumes. [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113641.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Roman history: from the foundation of the city of Rome, to the destruction of the western Empire. By Dr. Goldsmith. In two volumes. [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113641.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The traveller: or a prospect of society. A poem. Inscribed to the Rev. Mr. Henry Goldsmith. By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113646.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113660.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K113660.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An impossible thing. A taleCongreve, William, 1670-1729.K113867.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The musical tour of Mr. Dibdin: in which ... previous to his embarkation for India ... he finished his career as a public character.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K113914.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Narrative, of a five years' expedition; against the revolted negroes of Surinam: in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America; from the year 1772, to 1777: ... By Captn. J. G. Stedman. illustrated with 80 elegant engravings, ... [pt.1]Stedman, John Gabriel, 1744-1797.K113915.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Narrative, of a five years' expedition; against the revolted negroes of Surinam: in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America; from the year 1772, to 1777: ... By Captn. J. G. Stedman. illustrated with 80 elegant engravings, ... [pt.2]Stedman, John Gabriel, 1744-1797.K113915.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the three first volumes of the History of English Poetry. In a familiar letter to the authorRitson, Joseph, 1752-1803.K113928.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The oeconomy of health: or, a medical essay: containing new and familiar instructions for the attainment of health, happiness and longevity: in which the nature of the human mind is accurately investigated, ... By Andrew Harper, ...Harper, Andrew, d. 1790.K113931.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.1]K113952.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.2]K113952.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.3]K113952.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.4]K113952.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.5]K113952.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.6]K113952.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.7]K113952.007ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.8]K113952.008ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.9]K113952.009ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.10]K113952.010ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.11]K113952.011ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.12]K113952.012ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Thomas Parnell: D.D. Archdeacon of Clogher. Compiled from original papers and memoirs: in which are included several letters of Mr. Pope, Mr. Gay, Dr. Arbuthnot, &c. &c. By Dr. Goldsmith.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K114072.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A prospect of societyGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K114081.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A survey of experimental philosophy, considered in its present state of improvement. Illustrated with cuts. ... By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B: [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K114088.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A survey of experimental philosophy, considered in its present state of improvement. Illustrated with cuts. ... By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B: [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K114088.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The dupes of fancy, or every man his hobby: a new farce: in two acts. As performed at the King's Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market, with great applause. By George Saville Carey, ...Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K114161.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Law-tracts: by Joseph Ritson, ...Ritson, Joseph, 1752-1803.K114216.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K114226.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K114226.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K114226.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.4]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K114226.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.5]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K114226.005ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.6]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.K114226.006ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Persian eclogues. Written originally for the entertainment of the ladies of Tauris: And now first translated, &c.Collins, William, 1721-1759.K114270.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Songs, comic, and satyrical: By George Alexander Stevens.Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.K114523.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An estimate of the manners and principles of the times: By the author of Essays on the characteristics, &c.Brown, John, 1715-1766.K114616.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The cause of the deluge demonstratedWhiston, William, 1667-1752.K114699.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
John the shopkeeper turned sailor; or, the folly of going out of our element. ... Part IIMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K114805.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
John the shopkeeper turned sailor; Part IIIMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K114806.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The British librarian: exhibiting a compendious review or abstract of our most scarce, useful, and valuable books in all sciences, as well in manuscript as in print: ... With a complete index ...Oldys, William, 1696-1761.K114808.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miscellanies in verse and prose: By Alexander Pope, Esq; and Dean Swift. In one volume. Viz. The strange and deplorable frensy of Mr. John Dennis. ... Epitaph on Francis Ch-is. Soldier and scholar. With several more epigrams, epitaphs, and poems.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.K114854.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the ancient division of the English nation into hundreds and tithings: the happy effects of that excellent institution; ...Intended as an appendix to several tracts on national defence, &c. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K114902.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The general history of printing: from its first invention in the city of Mentz, to its first progress and propagation thro' the most celebrated cities in Europe. ... By S. Palmer, ...Palmer, Samuel, d. 1732.K114954.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
British zoology: ... [pt.3]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K114986.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
British zoology: ... [pt.4]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K114986.004ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Critical reflections upon the emmenology of Dr. Freind. By Dr. Le Tellier, ... Translated from the FrenchLe Tellier, médecin de Peronne.K115214.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
On the culture and curing of madder: By Mr. Arbuthnot. Published by order of the Rt. Hon. the Dublin Society.Arbuthnot, John, of Mitcham.K115236.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Secular ode in commemoration of the glorious revolution, M DC LXXXVIII. By W. Mason,Mason, William, 1725-1797.K115467.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the method of obtaining a perfect or radical cure of the hydrocele: or watry rupture, by means of a seton. By Percival Pott, ...Pott, Percivall, 1714-1788.K115512.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the retroversion of the uterus: illustrated with cases and observations. By William Cockell, ...Cockell, William.K115892.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Anecdotes of Philip, late Earl of Chesterfield, and Dr. Johnson: a comparative view of their lives, characters, and merit, ... By a student at Cambridge.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.K116198.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The farmer's boy: a rural poem, in four books. By Robert Bloomfield. With ornaments engraved in wood by Anderson.Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823.K116451.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Dean Swift, occasion'd by a satire said to be written by him, entitled, A dedication to a great man, ... By a sparkish pamphleteer of Button's Coffee-houseArbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.K116675.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Leucothoe. A dramatic poemBickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.K116684.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Proposals for publishing, periodically, A collection of mathematical and philosophical tracts and selectionsHutton, Charles, 1737-1823.K116796.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Songs duetts, choruses, &c. in a new and appropriate entertainment, called The glorious first of June: Performed, for the first time, by Their Majesties servants at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, for the benefit of the widows and orphans of the brave men who fell in the engagements under Earl Howe.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K116972.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Some observations concerning the plague: occasioned by, and with some reference to the late ingenious discourse of the learned Dr. Mead, concerning pestilential contagion, and the methods to prevent it. By a well-wisher to the publick.Well-wisher to the publick.K117055.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The son-in-law: a comic opera: as it is acted at the Theatres Royal in London and Dublin.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K117088.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sop in the pan for Peter Pindar, Esq. Or, a late invitation to Cheltenham: a burlesque poem. By PindaromastixPindaromastix.K117112.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The South-Sea scheme examin'd: and the reasonableness thereof demonstrated. By a hearty well-wisher to publick credit.Hearty Well-Wisher to Publick Credit.K117258.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The journey from Chester to LondonPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K117344.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The connoisseur: By Mr. Town, critic and censor-general. ... [pt.1]Colman, George, 1732-1794.K117548.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The connoisseur: By Mr. Town, critic and censor-general. ... [pt.2]Colman, George, 1732-1794.K117548.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of priestcraft to religion and government: with some politick reasons for toleration: Occasion'd by a discourse of Mr. Sacheverel's intitul'd, The political union, &c. lately printed at Oxford. In a letter to a new-elected Member of Parliament.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.K117722.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A circular letter to the several petitioning counties, cities, and towns, addressed to their respective general meetings, against the late proposition for a triennial election of representatives. By Granville SharpSharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K117731.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Black Giles the poacher: ... Part II.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K117757.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Hester Wilmot; or, the new gown. Part II. Being a continuation of The Sunday schoolMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K117762.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Analysis of Belloste's pills: and their manner of operating in the human body, by the author himself; ...Belloste, Augustin, 1654-1730.K117814.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The celebrated lecture on heads: which has been exhibited upwards of one hundred successive nights, to crouded audiences, and met with the most universal applause. ...Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.K118063.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the life, and dealings of God with Silas Told: ... Written by himself.Told, Silas, 1711-1779.K118131.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The compendious measurer: being a brief, yet comprehensive, treatise on mensuration and practical geometry. ... Adapted to the use of schools ... By Charles Hutton, ...Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.K118158.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The bastard: A poem, inscribed with all due reverence to Mrs. Bret, once Countess of Macclesfield. By Richard Savage, son of the late Earl Rivers.Savage, Richard, d. 1743.K118217.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Aerostation: or, the Templar's stratagem. A farce. In two acts. Written by F. Pilon, ... As it is performed with applause at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.K118235.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Airs, duets, trios, &c. in the new comic opera, called Love finds the way. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-GardenHull, Thomas, 1728-1808.K118311.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A comparative statement of the two bills, for the better government of the British possessions in India: brought into Parliament by Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt. With explanatory observations. By R. B. Sheridan, Esq.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K118343.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Considerations upon the augmentation of the army: Address'd to the publick.Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.K118436.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Hester Wilmot; or, the second part of The Sunday schoolMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K118458.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. Part IIMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K118525.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The dram-shop; or a peep into a prisonMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K118563.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of the ancient, legal, and constitutional, right of the people: to elect representatives for every session of Parliament; ... In a letter to a member of the Surry Committee. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K118948.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letters to particular friends: by William Shenstone, Esq; from the year 1739 to 1763.Shenstone, William, 1714-1763.K119146.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The remarkable effects of fixed air in mortifications of the extremities: To which is added, the history of some worm-cases. By John Harrison, surgeon, ...Harrison, John, fl. 1784-1792.K119273.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks on Dr. Leake's paper on the use of his forcepsDenman, Thomas, 1733-1815.K119291.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the increased population, healthiness, &c. of the town of MaidstoneHowlett, John, 1731-1804.K119392.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mr. Sheridan's argument in the case of Daly against Magee, on a motion to discharge the defendant on common bailSheridan, Richard, d. 1793.K119722.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to **** *******, Esquire, on Buonaparte's proposals for opening a negotiation for peace: ... By J. Brand,Brand, John, d. 1808.K119752.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The legal means of political reformation: proposed in two small tracts, viz. The first on "Equitable representation," and the legal means of obtaining it. The second on "Annual parliaments, the ancient and most salutary right of the people.".Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K119822.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Ode to Dragon, Mr. Garrick's house-dog, at HamptonMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K119911.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The old Whig. Numb. II: With remarks upon The plebeian, No II.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.K120000.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Miss in her teens: or, the medley of lovers. A farce in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.K120041.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The poetical works: of Mr. William Collins. With memoirs of the author; and observations on his genius and writings. By J. Langhorne.Collins, William, 1721-1759.K120396.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Banb---y apes: or, the monkeys chattering to the magpye. In a letter to a friend in LondonK120907.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The non-juror: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's servants. Writien [sic] by Mr. Cibber.Cibber, Colley, 1671-1757.K120974.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Diligence and dissipation: or the progress of a modest girl and a wanton, exemplified in ten different stages of their lives: ... The plates are engraved from pictures invented and painted by James Northcote, R.A.K120989.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
True-blue; or, the press-gang, a musical interlude: as revived at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-GardenCarey, Henry, 1687?-1743.K120993.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the resolutions of the clergy: who assembled at Chester, Feb. 15th. 1790, for the purpose of supporting the Corporation and Test Acts.Pope, Alexander, 1763-1835.K121056.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The double dealer: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal. By their Majesties servants. Written by Mr. Congreve.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.K121177.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of Jonathan Wild: from his birth to his death. Containing his rise and progress in roguery; ... The second edition. By H. D. late Clerk to Justice -H. D.K121415.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The shrubs of Parnassus: or, juvenile muse. A collection of songs, and poems. Chiefly pastoral. By W. Hawkins.Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent.K121560.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The patriot enterprize: or an address to Britain. A poem. Inscribed to the Right Hon. William Pitt, ... by Mr. Jones, author of The Earl of Essex. To which is added, The Prussian campaign, a poem. Celebrating the atchievements [sic] of Frederick the Great, in the years 1756-57. By William Dobson, L.L.B.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.K121574.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The life and surprizing adventures of Gilbert Langley, formerly of Serle-Street, near Lincoln's-Inn, goldsmith and jeweller, ... Written by himself in Maidstone Goal, whilst under sentence of death, for robbing John Springate of Feversham, of three farthings,Langley, Gilbert.K121980.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Like master, like man: A comedy of two acts. Alter'd from Sir John Vanbrugh. As perform'd at the Theatre, in Smock-Alley.King, Thomas, 1730-1805.K122077.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Speech of Mr. Francis, on the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, Friday, January 23, 1795Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.K122211.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Zobeide. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.K122295.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the suretiship of Christ. In two parts. Part I. The doctrine stated. Part II. Objections answered. By Samuel RichardsonRichardson, Samuel, d. 1805.K122645.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An epistle from Mr. Theophilus Cibber, comedian, to Mr. Thomas Sheridan, tragedianCibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.K122875.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Advertisement from Daniel De Foe, to Mr. ClarkDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K122987.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the automaton, constructed by Orffyreus: in two letters; the one, from Professor 'sGravesande, to Sir Isaac Newton; the other from Baron Fischer, to Dr. Desaguliers. To which is annexed the testimonial of the Prince of Hesse Cassel, ... likewise animadversions, by Professor Allaman of Leyden, ...Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.K122997.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Esther, an oratorio: or sacred drama; as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, with the last improvements. By George Frederic Handel, ...K123014.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The beauties of Hume and BolingbrokeHume, David, 1711-1776.K123147.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The children in the wood: an opera, in two acts, as performed at the Royal Theatres of Drury-Lane and the Hay-Market.Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.K123155.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The balnea: or, an impartial description of all the popular watering places in England, ... By George Saville Carey.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.K123412.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Divine songs: attempted in easy language for the use of children. By I. Watts, D.D.Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.K123515.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of original papers and material transactions, concerning the late great affair of the union between England and Scotland: Also an exact journal of the proceedings of the treaty as well at London as in Edinburgh. Wherein the privilege [sic] of the Presbyterian kirk, and the case of toleration of episcopal dissenters there, are very clearly stated. In five parts. Faithfully collected from the records and registers; by a person concern'd in the said treaty, and present in both kingdoms at the time of its transacting.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K123618.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on the effects of sea water in the scurvy and scrophula: in which a new theory of those diseases is attempted; ... By William Logan.Logan, William, 1747-1772.K123738.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The deserter. A new musical drama: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.K123849.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The deplorable state of the sick: from the impious treacheries of many physicians and surgeons to the patients and their professions, ...K124044.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the 26th of October, 1775Great Britain. Sovereign (1760-1820 : George III)K124613.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
D' foe's answer to the Quakers catechism: or, a dark lanthorn for a friend of the lightDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K124816.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An abridgment of the History of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar, to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.K124952.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A description of the Lake at Keswick: (and the adjacent country) in Cumberland. Communicated in a letter to a friend. By a late popular writer.Brown, John, 1715-1766.K125097.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to a paper concerning Mr. De Foe, against his History of the unionDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.K125194.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A King or a Consul? A new song to the tune of Derry downMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K125296.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Pretty Sally's garland: Or, Johnny's kind courtship. In two parts.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.K125362.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to a Member of Parliament, on mail-coaches. By Thomas Pennant, EsqPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.K125567.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The school for scandal: a comedy; as it is performed at the Theatres-Royal, in London and Dublin.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K125710.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The Newcastle and Gateshead directory: for 1782, 83, and 84. Containing the names, trades, and situation of the warehouses, shops, &c. ...Whitehead, William, of Newcastle.K125722.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Robert and Richard; or, the ghost of poor Molly: who was drowned in Richard's mill pond. To the tune of Collins's Mulberry tree.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K125842.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The roguish miller; or, nothing got by cheating: A true balladMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K125843.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history and antiquities of the city of Carlisle: and its vicinity, by William Hutchinson, Esq.Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.K125859.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The answer of Philip Francis, Esq. to the charges exhibited against him, General Clavering, and Colonel Monson: By Sir Elijah Impey, Knight, when at the bar of the House of Commons, on his defence to the Nunducomar charge.Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.K125893.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The day of judgment: or, the grand reckoning.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K126050.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise on the gout: in which the cause is first briefly assigned, and secondly an effectual and certain cure is pointed out. By Arentius Ferdinand Lambrechts, M.D.Lambrechts, Arentius Ferdinand.K126077.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
In the dead of the night. Sung by Mrs. Jordan in The wedding dayInchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K126403.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sketch for a medical educationLind, James, 1736-1812.K126886.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evelina: or, a young lady's entrance into the world. ... [pt.1]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.K127086.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Evelina: or, a young lady's entrance into the world. ... [pt.2]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.K127086.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A description of the road from London to Bath and Bristol: with every thing worth notice in the way. By the Rev. Dr. Trusler.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.K127176.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay to instruct women how to protect themselves in a state of pregnancy: ... also, some observations on the treatment of children, which ... may ward off dangerous diseases, ... By Mrs. Wright, ...Wright, Mrs.,K127454.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The case of the surgeons of LondonRoyal College of Surgeons of England.K127472.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Sir George Warrington: or the political Quixote. By the author of The female Quixote. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K127477.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Sir George Warrington: or the political Quixote. By the author of The female Quixote. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K127477.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of Sir George Warrington: or the political Quixote. By the author of The female Quixote. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.K127477.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The speech of R. B. Sheridan: Esq. on summing up the second charge against Warren Hastings, Esq. Before the High Court of Parliament, in Westminster-Hall, Tuesday, June 3, 1788, and three subsequent days.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.K127859.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The hermit: To which are added, A hymn to contentment; Health, an eclogue; and A night piece, on death. By Dr. Thomas Parnell, ...Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.K127900.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of John and William Cunningham and Company brewers in Glasgow, James Hotchkis and Company brewers in Edinburgh, and James Graham vintner in Glasgow, for themselves, and as trustees of William MʻGregor late tenant in Parkhall,John and William Cunningham and Company (Brewers : Glasgow, Scotland)K128027.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
To the noblemen, gentlemen and proprietors of lands in Scotland, and inhabitants at largeCunningham, John, brewer.K128576.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Answers for John and William Cuninghams and Company, brewers in Glasgow; James Hotchkis and Company, brewers in Edinburgh; and James Graham vintner in Glasgow; for themselves, and as trustees for the other creditors of William MʻGregor late tenant in the lands of Parkhall, and others: to the petition of Robert Hamilton of WishawJohn and William Cunningham and Company (Brewers : Glasgow, Scotland)K128984.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Lines, &c: By Thomas Paine, [sic]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K129212.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Answers of poor James Thomson, son to the deceased Bailie Andrew Thomson, brewer in Edinburgh; to the petition of Helen Bell, and her childrenThomson, James, fl. 1719-1762.K130449.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on man: In epistles to a friend.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.K130649.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Mrs. Taylor's family companion: or the whole art of cookery display'd, in the newest and most easy method, being a collection of receipts to set out a table cheap, ... To which are added, instructions for marketing, sundry bills of fare, ... The whole calculated to assist the prudent mistress and her servant, ... By Mrs. Margaret Taylor, ...Taylor, Margaret, Mrs.K130910.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
A rational account of the cause, nature, and cure of gleets: and other such weaknesses usually attending persons after former cures, self-abuses, &c. By the author of the Practical scheme. This book is given gratis only at the four following places, and no where else, viz. up one pair of stairs, between the Rose Tavern and the pamphlet shop, at the sign of the celebrated anodyne necklace, ... And (for the convenience of seafaring persons) at the Indian handkercher facing the New Stairs in Wapping. ...Author of The practical scheme.K131145.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The two wealthy farmers; or, the history of Mr. Bragwell. In seven partsMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K131280.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Inf. Charles Hutton. Lord Eskgrove reporter. April 22. 1783. Information for Charles Hutton, shipmaster in Culross, suspender, against William Palmer of Great Yarmouth, in the county of Norfolk, and David Maclaren, merchant in Leith, his attorney, chargersHutton, Charles, shipmaster in Culross.K131582.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Paine, Dundas, and Onslow. A letter to Mr. Henry Dundas: ... in answer to his speech on the late excellent proclamation. Also two letters to Lord Onslow, ... By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K131636.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Plain directions for the treatment of wounds in general: With methods of stopping violent bleedings in cases of large wounds ... to which are added remarks on suspended animation, ... By Bernard Ogden, ...Ogden, Bernard, b. 1767.K131806.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Three weeks after marriage: a comedy, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.K131816.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The fox-chace: A favourite hunting song, sung at the grand hunts of England.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.K131881.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Sally of our alleyCarey, Henry, 1687?-1743.K131924.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The riot; or, half a loaf is better than no bread. In a dialogue between Jack Anvil and Tom Hod. To the tune of "A cobler there was," &cMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.K132088.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Appearance is against them: in a series of letters, in three volumes, by the author of Emily Herbert, or perfidy punished. ... [pt.1]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K132097.001ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Appearance is against them: in a series of letters, in three volumes, by the author of Emily Herbert, or perfidy punished. ... [pt.2]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K132097.002ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Appearance is against them: in a series of letters, in three volumes, by the author of Emily Herbert, or perfidy punished. ... [pt.3]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.K132097.003ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The tragedy of Sophonisba: Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By Mr. Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.K132743.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Public good: being an examination into the claim of Virginia to the vacant western territory, and of the right of the United States to the same. To which is added, proposals for laying off a new state, to be applied as a fund for carrying on the war, or redeeming the national debt. By the author of Common sense.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K132927.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The substance of the evidence on the petition presented by the West-India planters and merchants, to the Hon. House of Commons: as it was introduced at the bar, and summ'd up by Mr. Glover, on Thursday the 16th of March, 1775.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.K133021.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the year 1793: By the author of Wieland; and Ormond, or The secret witness. Copy-right secured.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.K133067.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Wieland; or The transformation: An American tale. [Four lines of verse] Copy-right secured.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.K133366.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Dissertations on government, the affairs of the bank, and paper-money: By the author of Common sense.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K133430.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letter addressed to the abbe Raynal on the affairs of North-America: In which the mistakes in the abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up. By Thomas Paine, M.A. of the University of Pennsylvania, and author of the pamphlet and other publications, entitled, "Common sense.".Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K133535.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The decline & fall of the English system of finance: By Thomas Paine, author of Common sense, American crisis, Age of reason, &c. [One line of quotation]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K133948.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Four dissertations, on the reciprocal advantages of a perpetual union between Great-Britain and her American colonies: Written for Mr. Sargent's prize-medal. To which (by desire) is prefixed, an eulogium, spoken on the delivery of the medal at the public commencement in the College of Philadelphia, May 20th, 1766.K134151.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The hermit. A poemParnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.K134246.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Letter to George Washington, president of the United States of America: On affairs public and private. By Thomas Paine, author of the works entitled, Common sense, Rights of man, Age of reason, &c.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K134413.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of Major-General Heath: Containing anecdotes, details of skirmishes, battles, and other military events, during the American war. Written by himself. Published according to act of Congress.Heath, William, 1737-1814.K134477.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The British album: A collection of poems. [Three lines of anonymous verse]K135535.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Considerations on religion and public education: with remarks on the speech of M. Dupont, delivered in the National Convention of France. Together with an address to the ladies, &c. of Great Britain and Ireland. By Hannah More.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.K135651.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on slavery: proving from Scripture its inconsistency with humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles of humanity, and with the laws of revealed religion." By Granville Sharp, Esq. With an introductory preface, containing the sentiments of the monthly reviewers on that publication; and the opinion of several eminent writers on the subject. To which is added, an elegy on the miserable state of an African slave, by the celebrated an ingenious William Shenstone, Esq.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.K135767.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
An examination of the principles contained in The age of reason: In ten discourses. By James Muir, D.D. Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Alexandria.Muir, James, 1757-1820.K135809.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
Common sense: addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. Of the origin and design of government in general, with concise remarks on the English Constitution. II. Of monarchy and hereditary succession. III. Thoughts on the present state of American affairs. IV. Of the present ability of America, with some miscellaneous reflections. Written by an Englishman. [Two lines from Thomson]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.K135834.000ECCOfreeTCP Catalogue
The vvhole Booke of Psalmes faithfully translated into English metre. ; Whereunto is prefixed a discourse declaring not only the lawfullness, but also the necessity of the heavenly ordinance of singing Scripture psalmes in the churches of God. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]N00001EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A declaration of former passages and proceedings betwixt the English and the Narrowgansets, with their confederates, wherein the grounds and iustice [sic] of the ensuing ware are opened and cleared. : Published, by order of the Commissioners for the United Colonies. At Boston the 11 of the sixth month 1645.Winthrop, John, 1588-1649.N00003EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A platform of church discipline gathered out of the Word of God: and agreed upon by the elders: and messengers of the churches assembled in the Synod at Cambridge in New England : To be presented at the churches and Generall Court for their consideration and acceptance, in the Lord. : The eight moneth [sic] anno 1649 : [Seven lines from Psalms]Cambridge SynodN00008EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The book of the general lauues and libertyes concerning the inhabitants of the Massachusets collected out of the records of the General Court for the several years wherin they were made and established, and now revised by the same Court and disposed into an alphabetical order and published by the same authoritie in the General Court held at Boston the fourteenth of the first month anno 1647. : [Two lines from the Epistle to the Romans]Massachusetts.N00010EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The psalms hymns and spiritual songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English metre, for the use, edification, and comfort, of the saints, in publick, & private. Especially in New-England. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]N00012EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The summe of certain sermons upon Genes: 15. 6. VVherein not only the docrine [sic] of justification by faith is asserted and cleared, and sundry arguments for justification before faith, discussed and answered, but also the nature and the meanes of faith, with the imputation of our sins to Christ, and of Christs righteousness to us are briefly explained and confirmed. / Preached at Dorchester in New-England by Richard Mather teacher to the Church there. ; And now by him published at the earnest request of sundry well-affected and godly Christians.Mather, Richard, 1596-1669.N00013EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gods mercy, shewed to his people in giving them a faithful ministry and schooles of learning for the continual supplyes therof. Delivered in a sermon preached at Cambridg, the day after the commencement, / by Charles Chauncy, B.D, president of Harvard Colledg in New-England. ; Published with some additions therunto at the request of diverse honoured, and much respected friends, for publick benefit, as they judged. ; [Four lines from I Thessalonians]Chauncy, Charles, 1592-1672.N00015EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The watering of the olive plant in Christs garden. Or A short catechism for the first entrance of our Chelmesford children: enlarged by a three-fold appendix / by John Fisk Pastour of the church of Christ at Chelmesford in New-England. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Fiske, John, 1601-1677.N00020EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A farewel exhortation to the church and people of Dorchester in New-England. But not unusefull to any others, that shall heedfully read and improve the same, : as containing Christian and serious incitements, and preswasions to the study and practise of seven principal dutyes of great importance for the glory of God, and the salvation of the soul, and therefore needfull to be seriously considered of all in these declining times. / By Richard Mather teacher to the church above mentioned. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Richard, 1596-1669.N00021EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A copy of verses made by that Reverend man of God Mr. John Wilson, Pastor to the First Church in Boston; on the sudden death of Mr. Joseph Brisco, who was translated from earth to heaven Jan. 1. 1657 [i.e., 1658, N.S.].Wilson, John, 1588-1667.N00022EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An humble proposal, for the inlargement of university learning in New England, by the trustees hereafter named, to whom the management of this affair is committed.Harvard College (1636-1780).N00026EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The heart of N-England rent at the blasphemies of the present generation. Or a brief tractate concerning the doctrine of the Quakers, demonstrating the destructive nature thereof, to religion, the churches, and the state, with consideration of the remedy against it. Occasional satisfaction to objections, and confirmation of the contrary trueth. / By John Norton, teacher of the Church of Christ at Boston. Who was appointed thereunto by the order of the General Court. ; [Four lines from Revelation]Norton, John, 1606-1663.N00027EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief catechisme containing the doctrine of Godlines [sic], or of living unto God. / By John Norton, teacher of the church at Boston in New-England.Norton, John, 1606-1663.N00032EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A short catechism composed by Mr. James Noyes late teacher of the Church of Christ in Newbury for the use of the children there.Noyes, James, 1608-1656.N00034EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Propositions concerning the subject of baptism and consociation of churches, collected and confirmed out of the Word of God, by a synod of elders and messengers of the churches in Massachusetts-Colony in New-England. Assembled at Boston, according to appointment of the Honoured General Court, in the year 1662. : At a General Court held at Boston in New-England the 8th of October, 1662. The Court having read over this result of the Synod, judge meet to commend the same unto the consideration of all the churches and people of this jurisdiction; and for that end do order the printing thereof. By the Court. Edward Rawson. Secret'.Boston SynodN00035EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief summe of the cheif [sic] articles of our Christian faith, composed in way of question and answer, now published, especially for the benefit of the town of Hampton.Cotton, Seaborn, 1633-1686.N00040EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Another essay for investigation of the truth, in answer to two questions, concerning I. The subject of baptism. II. The consociation of churches. / By John Davenport B. of D. and Pastor of the Church of Christ, at New-Haven, in New-England. ; [Twenty-four lines of quotations]Davenport, John, 1597-1670.N00041EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse about civil government in a new plantation whose design is religion. Written many years since, by that Reverend and worthy Minister of the Gospel, John Cotton, B.D. ; And now published by some undertakers of a new plantation, for general direction and information.Cotton, John, 1584-1652.N00042EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The cause of God and his people in New-England, as it was stated and discussed in a sermon preached before the Honourable General Court of the Massachusets colony, on the 27 day of May 1663. Being the day of election at Boston. / By John Higginson Pastor of the Church of Christ at Salem. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Higginson, John, 1616-1708.N00043EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Severall lavvs and orders made at severall General Courts in the years 1661. 1662. 1663. Printed and published by order of the General Court held at Boston the 20th of October, 1663. By Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00044EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The church-membership of children, and their right to baptisme, according to that holy and everlasting covenant of God, established between himself, and the faithfull and their seed after them, in their generations: cleared up in a letter, sent unto a worthy friend of the author, and many yeares agoe written touching that subject; / by Thomas Shepard, sometimes Pastor of the Church of Christ at Cambridg in New-England. ; Published at the earnest request of many: for the consolidation and encouragemenr [sic], both of parents and children in the Lord. ; [Twelve lines of Scripture texts]Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649.N00045EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Animadversions upon the Antisynodalia americana, a treatise printed in Old England, in the name of the dissenting brethren in the Synod held at Boston in New England 1662. : Tending to clear the elders and churches of New England from those evils and declinings charged upon many of them in the two prefaces before the said book. : Together with an answer unto the reasons alledged for the opinion of the dissenters. : And a reply to such answers as are given to the arguments of the Synod. / By John Allin, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Dedham in N. England. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Allin, John, 1596-1671.N00046EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs and orders made at severall General Courts in the years 1661. 1662. 1664. Printed and published by order of the General Court held at Boston the 19th of October, 1664. By Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00049EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of the answer and arguments of the Synod met at Boston in the year 1662. Concerning the subject of baptism, and consociation of churches. Against the reply made thereto, by the Reverend Mr. John Davenport, Pastor of the church at New-Haven, in his treatise entituled, Another essay for investigation of the truth, &c. : Together with an answer to the apologetical preface set before that essay. / By some of the elders who were members of the synod above-mentioned. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Richard, 1596-1669.N00050EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Three choice and profitable sermons upon several texts of Scripture; viz. Jer. 30. 17. John 14. 3. Heb. 8. 5. / By that Reverend servant of Christ, Mr. John Norton late teacher of the Church of Christ at Boston in N.E. ; The first of them being the last sermon which he preached at the Court of Election at Boston. The second was the last which he preached on the Lords-Day. The third was the last which he preached on his weekly-lecture-day. ; Wherein (beside many other excellent and seasonable truths) is shewed, the Lords soveraignty over, and care for his church and people, in order to both their militant and triumphant condition; and their fidelity and good affection towards himself. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture quotations]Norton, John, 1606-1663.N00051EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
[The sincere convert, discovering the small number of true beleevers, and the great difficulty of saving conversion. ...]Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649.N00054EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse of the last judgement: or, Short notes upon Mat. XXV. from ver. 31 to the end of the chapter. Concerning the judgement to come, and our preparation to stand before the Great Judge of quick and dead. ... / By Samuel Whiting, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Lynne in N.E. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Whiting, Samuel, 1597-1679.N00055EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The conditions for new-planters in the territories of his royal highnes the Duke of York.New York (State). Governor (1664-1668 : Nicolls).N00058EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An astronomical description of the late comet or blazing star, as it appeared in New-England in the 9th, 10th, 11th, and the beginning of the 12th moneth, 1664. : Together with a brief theological application thereof. / By S. Danforth. ; [Seven lines of Scripture text]Danforth, Samuel, 1626-1674.N00059EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A direction for a publick profession in the church assembly, after private examination by the elders. Which direction is taken out of the Scripture, and points unto that faith and covenant contained in the Scripture. Being the same for substance which was propounded to, and agreed upon by the church of Salem at their beginning, the sixth of the sixth month, 1629. In the preface to the Declaration of the faith owned and professed by the Congregationall churches in England.Higginson, John, 1616-1708.N00060EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Communion of churches: or, The divine management of Gospel-churches by the ordinance of councils, constituted in order according to the Scriptures. : As also, the way of bringing all Christian parishes to be particular reforming congregationall churches: humbly proposed, as a way which hath so much light from the Scriptures of truth, as that it may lawfully be submitted unto by all; and may, by the blessing of the Lord, be a means of uniting those two holy and eminent parties, the Presbyterians and the Congregationals. : As also to prepare for the hoped for resurrection of the churches; and to propose a way to bring all Christian nations unto an unity of the faith and order of the Gospel. / Written by John Eliot, teacher of Roxbury in N.E. ; [Two lines of Scripture texts]Eliot, John, 1604-1690.N00061EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs and orders made at the General Courts in May 3. August 1. & October 11. 1665. Printed and published by order of the General Court held at Boston the 11th of October, 1665. By Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00063EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Severall lavvs and orders made at the General Court held at Boston, the 23d of May, 1666. And on the 11th of October following. Printed and published by order of the General Court, the said 11th of October, 1666. By Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00068EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Abraham's humble intercession for Sodom, and the Lord's gracious concessions in answer thereunto: containing sundry meditations upon Gen. XVIII. from ver. XXIII. to the end of the chapter. Wherein many things are spoken of concerning believers drawing near to God, and the efficacy of their prayers; and how they may be princes and prevailers with God, and with what boldness they may come before him, and what ground they may get of him by their prayers, and what sweet communing they have with him. : With sundry other things worthy of our most serious thoughts, helping us to be more spiritual and heavenly, which may prepare us for that everlasting communion and fellowship that we hope to arrive at, and come to in a blessed state of glory by Jesus Christ. / By Samuel Whiting, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Lyn in N.E. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Whiting, Samuel, 1597-1679.N00069EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Boston in New England. August 9th. 1667. The governour, deputy governour and sundry of the magistrates, being assembled, do judge meet to commend to their beloved brethren and neighbors the inhabitants of this colony this following proposal.Massachusetts.N00072EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Precepts for Christian practice: or, The rule of the new creature: containing duties to be daily observed by every believer. : [Three lines from Galatians]Reyner, Edward, 1600-1668.N00073EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The rise, spring and foundation of the Anabaptists, or re-baptized of our time. Written in French by Guy de Brez, 1565. Minister of the Word, and martyr. ; And translated for the use of his countrymen by J.S. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes]Brès, Guy de, 1522-1567.N00074EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs and orders made at the General Court of Election. Held at Boston in New-England the 29th. of April 1668. : Printed and published by their order. Edward Rawson. secr.Massachusetts.N00077EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs and orders made at the General Court, held at Boston in New-England, October 14. 1668. Printed and published by their order. Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00078EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To the elders and ministers of every town within the jurisdiction of the Massachusets in New-England: the governour and Council sendeth greeting; Reverend, and beloved in the Lord.Massachusetts. Council.N00079EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Daily meditations: or, Quotidian preparations for, and considerations of death and eternity. Begun July 19. 1666. By Philip Pain; who lately suffering shipwrack, was drowned. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Pain, Philip, d. 1668?N00080EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Wine for Gospel wantons: or, Cautions against spirituall drunkenness. Being the brief notes of a sermon preached at Cambridge in New-England, upon a day of publick fasting and prayer throughout the colony, June 25. 1645. In reference to the sad estate of the Lords people in England. / By that Reverend servant of the Lord, Mr. Thomas Shepard deceased, sometimes the Pastor of the Church of Christ there. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts] ; Imprimatur, Charles Chauncy. John Sherman.Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649.N00081EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Tydings from Rome or England's alarm. Wherein several grounds to suspect the prevalency of the popish interest are seasonably suggested; Londons ruine pathetically lamented; arguments to disswade from the popish religion, are urged; and the duties of Christians in this time of common danger, and distraction perswaded. : [Thirteen lines of quotations]Flavel, John, 1630?-1691.N00082EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gods terrible voice in the city of London wherein you have the narration of the two late dreadful judgements of plague and fire, inflicted by the Lord upon that city; the former in the year 1665. the latter in the year 1666. / By T.V. ; To which is added, the generall bill of mortality, shewing the number of persons which died in every parish of all diseases, and of the plague, in the year abovesaid. ; [Two lines from Micah]Vincent, Thomas, 1634-1678.N00083EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gods call to his people to turn unto him; together with his promise to turn unto them. Opened and applied in II. sermons at two publick fasting-dayes appointed by authority. / By Mr. John Davenport: B.D. and Pastor to the First Church of Christ at Boston in New-England. ; Published by the desire of sundry friends.Davenport, John, 1597-1670.N00085EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A true and exact relation of the late prodigious earthquake & eruption of Mount Aetna, or, Monte-Gibello; as it came in a letter written to His Majesty from Naples by the Right Honourable the Earl of VVinchilsea, His Majesties late ambassador at Constantinople, who in his return from thence, visiting Catania in the island of Sicily, was an ey-witness of that dreadful spectacle. ; Together with a more particular narrative of the same, as it is collected out of several relations sent from Catania. ; Published by authority.Winchilsea, Heneage Finch, Earl of, d. 1689.N00087EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council held at Boston, March 10. 1668 [new style, 1669]. The governour and magistrates being assembled in Council ... do therefore commend ... the twenty fifth day of this instant to be kept a publick day of humiliation ...Massachusetts. Council.N00089EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the Generall Court of election held at Boston, May 19th 1669. And printed and published by their order, June 4. 1669. Edwd Rawson secret'.Massachusetts.N00090EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The mystery of Israel's salvation, explained and applyed: or, A discourse concerning the general conversion of the Israelitish nation. Wherein is shewed, 1. That the Twelve Tribes shall be saved. 2. When this is to be expected. 3. Why this must be. 4. What kind of salvetion the Tribes of Israel shall partake of (viz.) a glorious, wonderful, spiritual, temporal salvation. : Being the substance of several sermons preached / by Increase Mather, M.A. teacher of a church in Boston in New England. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00091EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New-Englands memoriall: or, A brief relation of the most memorable and remarkable passages of the providence of God, manifested to the planters of New-England in America; with special reference to the first colony thereof, called New-Plimouth. : As also a nomination of divers of the most eminent instruments deceased, both of church and common-wealth, improved in the first beginning and after-progress of sundry of the respective jurisdictions in those parts; in reference unto sundry exemplary passages of their lives, and the time of their death. / Published for the use and benefit of present and future generations, by Nathaniel Morton, secretary to the court for the jurisdiction of New-Plimouth. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Morton, Nathaniel, 1613-1685.N00092EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Balm in Gilead to heal Sions wounds: or, A treatise wherein there is a clear discovery of the most prevailing sicknesses of New-England, both in the civill and ecclesiasticall state; as also sutable [sic] remedies for the cure of them: collected out of that spirituall directory, the Word of God. : Delivered in a sermon preached before the Generall Court of the colony of New-Plimouth on the first day of June 1669. Being the day of election there. / By Thomas Walley, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Barnstable in New-England. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Walley, Thomas, 1616-1678.N00093EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council held at Boston Septemb. 8. 1670. The Council ... do therefore appoint ... the twentieth of this instant September to be a day of publick humiliation ...Massachusetts. Council.N00096EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The life and death of that Reverend man of God, Mr. Richard Mather, teacher of the church in Dorchester in New-England. [Seven lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00097EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A testimony from the Scripture against idolatry & superstition, in two sermons, upon the example of that great reformer Hezekiah, 2 Kings XVIII 4. : The first, witnessing in general against all the idols and inventions of men in the worship of God. : The second, more particularly against the ceremonies, and some other corruptions of the Church of England. / Preached, the one September 27. the other Septemb. 30. 1660 by Mr. Samuel Mather, teacher to a Church of Christ in Dublin in Ireland. ; [Seven lines from I Samuel]Mather, Samuel, 1626-1671.N00098EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A quickening word for the hastening a sluggish soul to a seasonable answer to the divine call. Published by a poor sinner that found it such to him. : Being the last sermon preached in the First Church of Boston upon Isaiah 55. 6. / By the pastor there, on the 24th of the fifth moneth, 1670.Oxenbridge, John, 1609-1674.N00099EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Daily meditations: or, Quotidian preparations for and considerations of death and eternity begun July 19. 1666. By Philip Pain: who lately suffering shipwrack, was drowned. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Pain, Philip, d. 1668?N00100EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New-Englands true interest; not to lie: or, A treatise declaring from the word of truth the terms on which we stand, and the tenure by which we hold our hitherto-continued precious and pleasant things. Shewing what the blessed God expecteth from his people, and what they may rationally look for from him. : Delivered in a sermon preached in Boston in New-England, April 29. 1668. Being the day of election there. / By Mr. W. Stoughton, preacher of the Gospel in Dorchester. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Stoughton, William, 1632-1701.N00102EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Meat out of the eater: or, Meditations concerning the necessity, end, and usefulness of afflictions unto Gods children. All tending to prepare them, for, and comfort them under the crosse. / By Michael Wigglesworth.Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.N00104EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A platform of church-discipline gathered out of the Word of God; and agreed upon by the elders and messengers of the churches assembled in the Synod at Cambridge in N.E. : To be presented at the churches and Generall Court for their consideration and acceptance, in the Lord. : The eight month anno 1649 : [Six lines from Psalms]Cambridge SynodN00105EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief recognition of New-Englands errand into the wilderness; made in the audience of the General Assembly of the Massachusets Colony, at Boston in N.E. on the 11th of the third moneth, 1670 [i.e., 1671]. Being the day of election there. / By Samuel Danforth, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Roxbury in N.E. ; [Eight lines from Jeremiah]Danforth, Samuel, 1626-1674.N00106EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Indian dialogues, for their instruction in that great sevice of Christ, in calling home their country-men to the knowledge of God, and of themselves, and of Iesus Christ. : [Seven lines from Malachi]Eliot, John, 1604-1690.N00107EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A serious exhortation to the present and succeeding generation in New-England; earnestly calling upon all to endeavour that the Lords gracious presence may be continued with posterity. / Being the substance of the last sermons preached by Eleazar Mather, late Pastor of the church in Northampton in New England. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Eleazar, 1637-1669.N00108EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Nehemiah on the wall in troublesom [sic] times; or, A serious and seasonable improvement of that great example of magistratical piety and prudence, self-denial and tenderness, fearlessness and fidelity, unto instruction and encouragement of present and succeeding rulers in our Israel. As it was delivered in a sermon preached at Boston in N.E. May 15. 1667. being the day of election there. / By that faithful servant of Christ, Mr. Jonathan Mitchel, late Pastor of the Church of Christ at Cambridge. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Mitchel, Jonathan, 1624-1668.N00109EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The spouse of Christ coming out of affliction, leaning upon her beloved: or A sermon preached by Mr. John Allin the late Reverend Pastor to the church of Christ at Dedham, at the administration of the Lords Supper. August 6, 1671. ; And may be useful to any church of Christ, or true believer in a state of affliction. ; [Four lines from Samuel]Allin, John, 1596-1671.N00111EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Peace the end of the perfect and uprigh [sic], demonstrated and usefully improved in a sermon, preached upon the occasion of the death and decease of that piously affected, and truely religious matron, Mrs. Anne Mason: sometime wife to Major Mason, who not long after finished his course and is now at rest. / By Mr. James Fitch Pastor of the Church of Christ at Norwich. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Fitch, James, 1622-1702.N00113EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The general laws and liberties of the Massachusets colony: revised & re-printed, by order of the General Court holden at Boston. May 15th. 1672. Edward Rawson secr. : [Two lines from Romans]Massachusetts.N00114EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the General Court, holden at Boston the 15th. of May 1672. And printed by their order. Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00115EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The book of the general laws of the inhabitants of the jurisdiction of of New-Plimouth; collected out of the records of the General Court and lately revised, and with some emendations and additions, established and disposed into such order as they may readily conduce to general use and benefit, and published by the authority of the General Court for that jurisdiction, held at Plimouth, the sixth of June, anno Dom. 1671. ; [One line from I Peter]New Plymouth Colony.N00116EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The book of the general laws for the people within the jurisdiction of Conecticut: collected out of the records of the General Court. : Lately revised, and with some emendations and additions established and published by the authority of the General Court of Conecticut, holden at Hartford in October, 1672. : [Four lines from Romans]Connecticut.N00118EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Old Mr. Dod's sayings; or, A posie gathered out of Mr. Dod's garden. Collected by R.T.Dod, John, 1549?-1645.N00119EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Boston, March 22, 1672,3. The deputy-governor and magistrates adjacent being assembled in Council, to consider of the late awfull hand of God, consuming our castle by fire the one and twentieth of this instant ...Massachusetts. Council.N00121EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the General Court, the 8th. of October 1672. As also several laws and orders made at the General Courts, holden at Boston the 7th. of May and 15th. of October, 1673. And printed by their order. Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00122EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Orders, made at a General Court held at Boston, January the 6th. 1673 [1674 New Style]. And printed by their order. Edward Rawson secret.Massachusetts.N00123EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Wo to drunkards. Two sermons testifying against the sin of drunkenness: wherein the wofulness of that evil, and the mistery of all that are addicted to it, is discovered from the word of God. / Preached by Increase Mather, teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00124EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New-England pleaded with, and pressed to consider the things which concern her peace, at least in this her day: or, A seasonable and serious word of faithful advice to the churches and people of God (primarily those) in the Massachusets colony; musingly to ponder, and bethink themselves, what is the tendency, and will certainly be the sad issue, of sundry unchristian and crooked wayes, which too too many have been turning aside unto, if persisted and gone on in. Delivered in a sermon preached at Boston in New-England, May. 7. 1673. Being the day of election there. / By Urian Oakes Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]Oakes, Urian, 1631-1681.N00125EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Nevv-England freemen warned and warmed, to be free indeed, having an eye to God in their elections: in a sermon preached before the court of election at Boston, on the last day of May, 1671. / By J.O. Pastour of the First Church in Boston. ; Published by order of the General Court.Oxenbridge, John, 1609-1674.N00126EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Eye-salve, or A watch-word from our Lord Iesus Christ unto his churches: especially those within the colony of the Massachusets in New England to take heed of apostacy: or A treatise of remembrance of what God hath been to us, as also what we ought, and what we ought not to be to him, as we desire the prolonging of our prosperous dayes in the land which the Lord our God hath given us. By Thomas Shepard, teacher of the Church of Christ in Charlstown; who was appointed by the magistrates, to preach on the day of election at Boston, May 15. 1672. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Shepard, Thomas, 1635-1677.N00127EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A young man's legacy to the rising generation: being a sermon preached upon the death, and at the desire of John Tappin of Boston; who deceased at Fairfield the 10th of October 1672. Being in the nineteenth year of his age. / By Samuel Wakeman, Pastor of the church of Christ there. ; [Seven lines from Ecclesiastes]Wakeman, Samuel, 1635-1692.N00128EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Useful instructions for a professing people in times of great security and degeneracy: delivered in several sermons on solemn occasions: / by Mr. Samuel Willard Pastor of the Church of Christ at Groton. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00129EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
David serving his generation, or A discourse wherin is shewed that the great care and endeavour of every Christian ought to be, that he may be serviceable unto God and to the present generation, delivered in a sermon preached to the General Court of the colony of New-Plimouth in New-England on the 3d. day of June 1674. Being the day of election there. / By Samuel Arnold teacher of the Church of Christ at Marshfield in New England. ; [Seven lines of scripture texts] ; Imprimatur John Oxenbridge. Increase Mather.Arnold, Samuel, 1622-1693.N00130EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The cry of Sodom enquired into; upon occasion of the arraignment and condemnation of Benjamin Goad, for his prodigious villany. : Together with a solemn exhortation to tremble at Gods judgements, and to abandon youthful lusts. / By S.D. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Danforth, Samuel, 1626-1674.N00131EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An holy connexion, or A true agreement between Jehovahs being a wall of fire to his people, and the glory in the midst thereof: or A word in season to stir up to a solemn acknowledgement of the gracious protection of God over his people; and especially to a holy care that the presence of God may yet be continued with us. As it was delivered in a sermon preached at Hartford on Conecticut [sic] in N.E. May 14. 1674. Being the day of election there: / by Mr. James Fitch Pastor of the Church of Christ in Norwich. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]Fitch, James, 1622-1702.N00132EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the General Court holden at Boston the twenty seventh of May 1674. And printed by their order, Edward Rawson secret.Massachusetts.N00135EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston in New England the seventh of October 1674 and printed by their order Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00136EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The day of trouble is near. Two sermons wherein is shewed, what are the signs of a day of trouble being near. And particularly, what reason there is for New-England to expect a day of trouble. Also what is to be done, that we may escape these things which shall come to pass. Preached (the 11th day of the 12th moneth, 1673. Being a day of humiliation in one of the churches in Boston. / By Increase Mather, teacher of that church. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00137EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Souldiery spiritualized, or The Christian souldier orderly, and strenuously engaged in the spirirual warre, and so fighting the good fight: represented in a sermon preached at Boston in New England on the day of the artillery election there, June 1. 1674. / By Joshua Moodey Pastor of the Church at Portsmouth in New-England. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697.N00138EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The unconquerable, all-conquering, & more-then-conquering souldier: or, The successful warre which a believer wageth with the enemies of his soul: as also the absolute and unparalleld victory that he obtains finally over them through the love of God in Jesus Christ, : as it was discoursed in a sermon preached at Boston in New-England, on the day of the artillery-election there, June 3d. 1672. / By Urian Oakes Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Oakes, Urian, 1631-1681.N00139EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An exhortation unto reformation, amplified, by a discourse concerning the parts and progress of that work, according to the word of God. Delivered in a sermon preached in the audience of the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Colony, at Boston in New-England, May 27. 1674. Being the day of election there. / By Samuel Torrey, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Waymouth. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Torrey, Samuel, 1632-1707.N00141EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws & orders made at the General Court holden at Boston the twelfth of May 1675. And printed by their order, Edward Rawson. secrt.Massachusetts.N00144EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs and orders made at the sessions of the General Court held at Boston the 13th of October 1675. As also at the sessions of Court held at Boston, the 3d. of Novemb. 1675. And printed by their order, Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00145EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lauus & orders made at the General Court held at Boston the 21st. of February, 1675 [i.e., 1676 n.s.]. And printed by their order, Edward Rawson, secr't.Massachusetts.N00147EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council held in Boston August the thirtieth 1675. The Council judging it of absolute necessity ...Massachusetts.N00148EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning the subject of baptisme wherein the present controversies, that are agitated in the New English churches are from Scripture and reason modestly enquired into / by Increase Mather, teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Sixteen lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00149EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The First principles of New-England, concerning the subject of baptisme & communion of churches. Collected partly out of the printed books, but chiefly out of the original manuscripts of the first and chiefe fathers in the New-English churches; with the judgment of sundry learned divines of the Congregational way in England, concerning the said questions. ; Published for the benefit of those who are of the rising generation in New-England. By Increase Mather, teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Five lines of quotations]N00150EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The times of men are in the hand of God. Or A sermon occasioned by that awfull providence which hapned in Boston in New-England, the 4th day of the 3d moneth 1675. (when part of a vessel was blown up in the harbour, and nine men hurt, and three mortally wounded) wherein is shewed how we should sanctifie the dreadfull name of God under such awfull dispensations. / By Increase Mather, teacher to a Church of Christ. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00151EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The wicked mans portion. Or A sermon (preached at the lecture in Boston in New-England the 18th day of the 1 moneth 1674. when two men were executed, who had murthered their master.) Wherein is shewed that excesse in wickedness doth bring untimely death. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a Church of Christ. ; [Six lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00152EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The happiness of a people in the wisdome of their rulers directing and in the obedience of their brethren attending unto what Israel ougho [sic] to do: recommended in a sermon before the Honourable governour and Council, and the respected deputies of the Massachusets colony in New-England. Preached at Boston, May 3d. 1676. being the day of election there. / By William Hubbard Minister of Ipswich. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Hubbard, William, 1621 or 2-1704.N00155EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council held at Boston April the 4th. 1676. Whereas divers inhabitants are retired from out towns into the nearer towns ...Massachusetts.N00156EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council, held at Charlestown, June the 20th, 1676. The holy God having by a long and continued series of His afflictive dispensations in & by the present warr with the heathen natives of this land ... The Council have thought meet to appoint and set apart the 29th. day of this instant June, as a day of solemn thanksgiving and praise to God ...Massachusetts. Council.N00157EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston May the 3d, 1676. For the preventing of injustice, and inequality in the discharge, and payment of disbursement ...Massachusetts.N00158EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston the 3d. of May 1676. This court taking into consideration the great disappointment the countrey hath suffred by reason of non-appearance of souldiers impressed for several expeditions ...Massachusetts.N00159EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws & orders made at the General Court, held at Boston for election the 3d. of May 1676 and printed by their order, Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00160EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An earnest exhortation to the inhabitants of New-England, to hearken to the voice of God in his late and present dispensations as ever they desire to escape another judgement, seven times greater that any thing which as yet hath been. / By Increase Mather; teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00162EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An earnest exhortation to the inhabitants of New-England, to hearken to the voice of God in his late and present dispensations as ever they desire to escape another judgement, seven times greater than any thing which as yet hath been. / By Increase Mather; teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00163EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A funeral tribute to the honourable dust of that most charitable Christian, unbiassed politician, and unimitable pyrotechnist John Winthrope Esq; a member of the Royal Society, & governour of Conecticut colony in New-England. Who expired in his countreys service. April 6th. 1676.Tompson, Benjamin, 1642-1714.N00165EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New England crisis. Or a brief narrative, of New-Englands lamentable estate at present, compar'd with the former (but few) years of prosperity. Occasioned by many unheard of crueltyes practised upon the persons and estates of its united colonyes, without respect of sex, age or quality of persons, by the barbarous heathen thereof. : Poetically described. / By a well wisher to his countrey.Tompson, Benjamin, 1642-1714.N00166EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A thankefull remembrance of Gods mercy to several persons at Quabaug or Brookfield: partly in a collection of providences about them, and gracious appearances for them: and partly in a sermon preached by Mr. Edward Bulkley, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Concord, upon a day of thanksgiving, kept by divers for the wonderfull deliverance there. / Published by Capt. Thomas Wheeler. ; [Five lines from Psalms]Wheeler, Thomas, ca. 1620-1676.N00167EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The heart garrisoned or, The wisdome, and care of the spiritual souldier above all things to safeguard his heart. Delivered in a sermon which was preached to the honoured gentlemen of the Artillery Company, on the day of their election, at Boston in New-England June, 5. 1676. / By Mr. Samuel Willard. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00168EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
George Fox digg'd out of his burrovves, or An offer of disputation on fourteen proposalls made this last summer 1672 (so call'd) unto G. Fox then present on Rode-Island in New-England, by R.W. ; As also how (G. Fox slily departing) the disputation went on being managed three dayes at Newport on Rode-Island, and one day at Providence, between John Stubs, John Burnet, and William Edmundson on the one part, and R.W. on the other. In which many quotations out of G. Fox & Ed. Burrowes book in folio are alleadged. ; With an apendix of some scores of G.F. his simple lame answers to his opposites in that book, quoted and replyed to by R.W. of Providence in N.E.Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683.N00169EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Righteousness rained from heaven, or A serious and seasonable discourse exciting all to a serious enquiry after, and continued waiting for the effusions of the spirit, unto a communication and increase of righteousness: that faith, holiness and obedience may yet abound among us, and the wilderness become a fruitful field, as it was delivered in a sermon preached at Harford [sic] on Connecticut in New-England, May 10. 1677. Being the day of election there. / By Mr. Samuel Hooker, Pastor of the church of Christ in Farmington. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Hooker, Samuel, 1635?-1697.N00170EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A narrative of the troubles with the Indians in New-England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607. to this present year 1677. But chiefly of the late troubles in the two last years, 1675. and 1676. : To which is added a discourse about the warre with the Pequods in the year 1637. / By W. Hubbard, Minister of Ipswich. ; [Twelve lines of quotations] ; Pnblished [sic] by authority.Hubbard, William, 1621 or 2-1704.N00171EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Court held at Boston in Nevv-England the 29th. of March, 1677. The Council being informed, that ... strange Indians, who have been in hostility against us ...Massachusetts.N00173EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council held at Boston the 9th. of April, 1677. The Council being informed, that among other evils that are prevailing among us ...Massachusetts.N00174EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lauus & orders made at the first sessions of the General Court for elections held at Boston in New-England May 23d. 1677. : Printed and published by their order, by Edward Rawson secr't.Massachusetts.N00175EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston October. 10th. 1677. : And published by order thereof, Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00176EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sundry laws made by the General Court wherein the duty of tything men is expressed, viz.Massachusetts.N00177EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A relation of the troubles which have hapned in New-England, by reason of the Indians there. From the year 1614 to the year 1675. : Wherein the frequent conspiracyes of the Indians to cutt off the English, and the wonderfull providence of God, in disappointing their devices, is declared. : Together with an historical discourse concerning the prevalency of prayer; shewing that New Englands late deliverance from the rage of the heathen is an eminent answer of prayer. / By Increase Mather teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Nine lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00179EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Renewal of covenant the great duty incumbent on decaying or distressed churches. A sermon concerning renewing of covenant with God in Christ, preached at Dorchester in New-England, the 21. day of the 1. moneth 1677. being a day of humiliation there, on that occasion. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Eleven lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00180EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An elegie upon the death of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Shepard, late teacher of the church at Charlstown in New-England. By a great admirer of his worth, and true mourner for his death. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Oakes, Urian, 1631-1681.N00181EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief rule to guide the common people of New-England how to order themselves and theirs in the small pocks, or measels.Thacher, Thomas, 1620-1678.N00183EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A seasonable vvatch-vvord unto Christians against dreams & dreamers of this generation: delivered in a sermon November 16th. 1665: and being the last lecture, which was preached by that reverend, faithful and eminent man of God Mr. John Wilson. Sometime Pastor of the Church of Christ in Boston in New-England. : [Three lines from Acts]Wilson, John, 1588-1667.N00184EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several poems compiled with great variety of wit and learning, full of delight, wherein especially is contained a compleat discourse, and description of the four elements constitutions, ages of man, seasons of the year. : Together with an exact epitome of the three first monarchyes viz. the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian. And beginning of the Romane Common-Wealth to the end of their last king: : with diverse other pleasant & serious poems, / by a gentlewoman in New-England.Bradstreet, Anne, 1612?-1672.N00185EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The harmony of the Gospels, in the holy history of the humiliation and sufferings of Jesus Christ, from his incarnation to his death and burial. / Published by John Eliot, teacher of the church in Roxbury. ; [Two lines from Acts]N00187EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council held at Boston, March 28. 1678. Whereas many complaints have been made, that several persons have been killed ...Massachusetts.N00190EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston in New-England the second day of October 1678. It having been presented and recommended unto this court by the Commissioners of the United Colonies at their late session ... This court ... do accordingly appoint Thursday, the one and twentieth day of November next, being the day agreed upon to be solemnly kept as a day of fasting and prayer ...Massachusetts. General Court.N00191EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston in New-England. Whereas it hath pleased his Most Excellant Majesty our gratious King, by his letter bearing date the twenty seventh of April, 1678. to signifie his royal pleasure, that the authority of this his colony of Massachusets in New-England, do give forth orders that the oath of allegiance as it is by law established within his kingdome of England, be administred and taken by all his subjects within this colony, who are of years to take an oath ...Massachusetts.N00192EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston May 8. 1678. This Court considering how the Lord hath been pleased of late years ... to humble, and bring low his poor people in this wilderness ... do appoint Thursday, the sixt [sic] day of June next ensuing, to be solemnly kept as a day of humiliation and prayer, throughout this jurisdiction.Massachusetts. General Court.N00193EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston, October 2d. 1678. And published by their order. Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00194EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A serious exhortation to the present and succeeding generation in New-England; earnestly calling upon all to endeavour that the Lords gracious presence may be continued with posterity. / Being the substance of the last sermons preached by Eleazer [sic] Mather, late Pastor of the church in Northampton in New-England.Mather, Eleazar, 1637-1669.N00195EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Pray for the rising generation, or A sermon wherein godly parents are encouraged, to pray and believe for their children, preached the third day of the fifth month, 1678. which day was set apart by the Second Church in Boston in New-England, humbly to seek unto God by fasting and prayer, for a spirit of converting grace, to be poured out upon the children and rising generation in New-England. / By Increase Mather, teacher of that church. ; [Seven lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00196EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Abraham in arms; or The first religious general with his army engaging in a vvar for which he had wisely prepared, and by which, not only an eminent victory was obtained, but a blessing gained also. Delivered in an artillery-election-sermon, June, 3. 1678. / By S.N.Nowell, Samuel, 1634-1688.N00197EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A fast of Gods chusing, plainly opened, for the help of those poor in spirit, whose hearts are set to seek the Lord their God in New-England, in the solemn ordinance of a fast wherein is shewed 1. The nature of such a fast. 2. The testimony God will give thereunto of his gracious acceptation. 3. The special seasons wherein God will bear witness to such a fast. 4. Some helps to faith that it shall be so. 5. Why such a fast is so acceptable and successfull. 6. How much this concerns Gods people in New-England. : Preached on a fast called by publick authority, on 26. 1. 74. / By Thomas Thacher, Pastor of a church in Boston.Thacher, Thomas, 1620-1678.N00198EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of the pouring out of the spirit from on high upon a sinning apostatizing people, set under judgment, in order to their merciful deliverance and salvation. As it was delivered in part, upon 21. 9. 1678. being a general fast throughout the united colonies of N.E. / By William Adams, Pastor of the Church in Dedham. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Adams, William, 1650-1685.N00199EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New-Englands choicest blessing and the mercy most to be desired by all that wish well to this people. Cleared in a sermon preached before the Court of Election at Boston on May 28. 1679. / By James Allen, teacher to the first gathered church therein.Allen, James, 1632-1710.N00200EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Serious advice to delivered ones from sickness, or any other dangers threatning death, how they ought to carry it, that their mercyes may be continued, and after misery prevented. Or The healed ones prophulacticon or healthfull diet. Delivered in several sermons on John 5.14. / By James Allin, teacher to the most antient Church of Christ in Boston.Allen, James, 1632-1710.N00201EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of reformation with the expedients subservient thereunto, asserted; in answer to two questions : I. What are the evils that have provoked the Lord to bring his judgments on New-England? II. What is to be done that so those evils may be reformed? : Agreed upon by the elders and messengers of the churches assembled in the Synod at Boston in New-England, Sept. 10. 1679. : [Seven lines of quotations]Boston SynodN00203EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A word to the aged. By Mr. Will. Bridge, sometime fellow of Emmanuel College in Cambridge, and late preacher of the word of God at Yarmouth.Bridge, William, 1600?-1670.N00204EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief ansvver to a small book written by John Norcot against infant-baptisme. This answer is written by John Eliot for the sake of some of the flock of Jesus Christ who are ready to be staggered in point of infant-baptisme by reading his book.Eliot, John, 1604-1690.N00206EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The first pinciples [sic] of the doctrine of Christ; together with stronger meat for them that are skil'd in the word of righteousness. Or the doctrine of living unto God, wherein the body of divinity is briefly and methodically handled by way of question and answer. : Published at the desire, and for the use of the Church of Christ in Norwich in New-England. / By James Fitch Pastor of that church. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Fitch, James, 1622-1702.N00207EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the first sessions of the General Court held at Boston, May 28. 1679, and published by their order. Edward Rawson secretary.Massachusetts.N00210EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the second sessions of the General Court holden at Boston Octob. 15. 1679, and printed by their order, Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00211EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston, October 15. 1679. This court being sensible of the solemn rebukes of God upon his poor people throughout this land ... Do therefore appoint the second Thursday in December next, to be observed as a day of public humiliation ...Massachusetts. General Court.N00212EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A call from heaven to the present and succeeding generations or A discourse wherin is shewed, I. That the children of godly parents are under special advantages and encouragements to seek the Lord. : II. The exceeding danger of apostasie, especially as to those that are the children and posterity of such as have been eminent for God in their generation. : III. That young men ought to remember God their creator. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Nine lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00213EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of a well experienced souldiery. Or, A Christian common wealth ought to be well instructed & experienced in the military art. Delivered in a sermon, upon an artillery election June the 10th: 1675. / By J.R. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]J. R. (John Richardson), 1647-1696.N00215EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached upon Ezek. 22. 30, 31. Occasioned by the death of the much honoured John Leveret Esq; governour of the colony of the Massachusets. N-E. 63. / By S.W. Teacher of the South Church in Boston.Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00216EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A confession of faith owned and consented unto by the elders and messengers of the churches assembled at Boston in New-England, May 12. 1680. Being the second session of that Synod. : [Three lines of Scripture texts]Boston SynodN00218EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
June, 29. 1680. The church renewed covenant, as followeth.Third Church (Boston, Mass.).N00219EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The sting of death and death unstung delivered in two sermons in which is shewed the death of those that dye in their sins, & out of Christ, and the blessedness of theirs that dye in the Lord. Preached on the occasion of the death of the truely noble and virtuous the Lady Mildmay. / By Leonard Hoar, M.D. sometime Preacher of Gods word in Wanstead. ; [Ninteen lines of Scripture texts]Hoar, Leonard, 1630?-1675.N00223EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Council held at Boston March 8. 1679,80. The Governour and Council, upon mature consideration of the many loud calls of Providence ... Do therefore appoint and order, that the fifteenth day of April next, be set apart for a day of humiliation and prayer ...Massachusetts. Council.N00224EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a sessions of the General Court held at Boston the 4th of March 1680 [new style, 1681]. Whereas some persons on misunderstanding of the laws formerly made against selling arms and ammunition to Indians, have been ready to transgress in that matter ...Massachusetts.N00226EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at a General Court held at Boston, February the 4th. 1679.[/]80. Edward Rawson secretary.Massachusetts.N00227EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made at the first sessions of the General Court for elections held at Boston, May 19th, 1680. And published by their order; Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00228EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs and orders made at the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston, Octob. 13. 1680. And published by their order. Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00229EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The divine right of infant-baptisme asserted and proved from Scripture and antiquity. By Increase Mather, teacher of a church of Christ in Boston in New-England. ; [Ten lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00230EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Returning unto God the great concernment of a covenant people. Or A sermon preached to the Second Church in Boston in New-England, March 17. 1679.80. when that church did solemnly and explicitly renew their covenant with God, and one with another. By Increase Mather teacher of that church. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00231EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Reasons for the inditement of the D. of York, presented to the Grand Jury of Middlesex, Saturday, June 26. 80. By the persons hereunder named.N00232EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A copy of the church-covenants which have been used in the church of Salem both formerly, and in their late renewing of their covenant on the day of the publick fast, April 15. 1680. As a direction pointing to that covenant of Gods grace in Christ made with his church and people in the holy Scripture. : [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]First Church (Salem, Mass.).N00233EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of a people that have renewed their covenant with God. Opened and urged in a sermon preached to the Second Church in Boston in New-England, March 17. 1679.[/]80. after that church had explicitly and most solemnly renewed the ingagement of themselves to God, and one to another. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00234EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A song of deliverance for the lasting remembrance of Gods wonderful works never to be forgotten. Containing in it the wonderful defeat of the Spanish-Armado, anno, 1588. the woful plague, anno, 1603. soon upon the entrance of King James of famous memory, unto the Crown of England. : With the discovery of the Povvder Plot, anno, 1605. and the downfall of Black Fryers, when an hellish crew of papists met to hear Drury a popish priest, anno 1623. Also the grievous plague anno, 1625. with poems both Latin and English, and the verses of that learned Theodore Beza. / By that Reverend, and eminent man of God, Mr. John Wilson, formerly Christs faithful shepherd in Sudbury, in Suffolk in Great Brittain, where these heavenly poems and spiritual songs were compiled, and at London printed anno 1626. since Pastor to the First Church of Christ in Boston in New-England. ; For the sake of several who have much desired to see and read this work, it is reprinted. ; [Three lines from Psalms]Wilson, John, 1588-1667.N00235EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston the 16th. of March 1680,1. The solemn consideration of those awful threatnings that are in the face of divine Providence ... This court doth therefore appoint the 21st. day of April next to be observed as a day of fasting and prayer ...Massachusetts. General Court.N00240EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs and orders made at the several General Courts held in Boston in the years 1680, 1681. And published by their order: Edward Rawson, secretary.Massachusetts.N00241EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Heavens alarm to the world. Or A sermon wherein is shewed, that fearful sights and signs in heaven are the presages of great calamities at hand. By Increase Mather; teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00242EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ne sutor ultra crepidam. Or Brief animadversions upon the New-England Anabaptists late fallacious narrative; wherein the notorious mistakes and falshoods by them published, are detected. / By Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00244EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A publick tryal of the Quakers in Barmudas upon the first day of May, 1678. First, the charge against them was openly read, containing these particulars ... Secondly, the whole charge being proved by the testimony of the Holy Scriptures: was found by the sheriffe, and justices of the peace, a true and just charge. Thirdly, being found guilty, they are here sentenced, and brought forth unto the deserved execution of the presse. / By Samson Bond late Preacher of the Gospel in Barmudas. ; [Two lines of Scripture texts]Bond, Samson.N00245EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston; May 24th. 1682. This Court taking into consideration the frequent exportation of our New-England coyns out of the country ... it is ordered that all pieces of eight ... shall pass amongst us as currant money ...Massachusetts.N00248EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An order for regulating constables payment, and for the rating of unimproved lands; and relating to troopers, made at the second session of the General Court held at Boston, Octob. 11. 1682. : Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00249EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs made at the second session of the General Court held at Boston, October 11. 1682. And printed by their order, Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00250EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A poem dedicated to the memory of the Reverend and excellent Mr. Urian Oakes, the late pastor to Christ's flock, and praesident of Harvard-Colledge, in Cambridge. Who was gathered to his people on 25d 5mo 1681. In the fifty'th year of his age. : [Seven lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00251EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Heaven's alarm to the world. Or A sermon, wherein is shewed, that fearful sights and signs in heaven, are the presages of great calamities at hand. Preached at the lecture of Boston in New-England; January, 20. 1680. / By Increase Mather.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00252EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Practical truths tending to promote the power of godliness: wherein several important duties, are urged, and the evil of divers common sins, is evinced; delivered in sundry sermons. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church at Boston in New-England. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00254EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon wherein is shewed that the church of God is sometimes a subject of great persecution; preached on a publick fast at Boston in New-England: occasioned by the tidings of a great persecution raised against the Protestants in France. / By Increase Mather, teacher to a church of Christ. ; [Eight lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00255EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A seasonable discourse wherein sincerity & delight in the service of God is earnestly pressed upon professors of religion. Delivered on a publick fast, at Cambridge in New-England, / by the Reverend, and learned Urian Oakes, late Pastor of the church there and praesident of Harvard Colledge. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Oakes, Urian, 1631-1681.N00256EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The soveraign efficacy of divine providence; over ruling and omnipotently disposing and ordering all humane counsels and affairs, asserted, demonstrated and improved, in a discourse evincing, that (not any arm of flesh, but) the right hand of the Most High is it, that swayeth the universal scepter of this lower world's government. Oft wheeling about the prudentest management of the profoundest plotts, of the greatest on earth; unto such, issues and events, as are amazingly contrary to all humane probabilities, and cross to the confident expectation of lookers on. : As delivered in a sermon preached at Cambridge, on Sept. 10. 1677. Being the day of artillery election there. / By Mr. Urian Oakes, the late (and still to be lamented) Reverend Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge: and learned president of Harvard Colledge. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Oakes, Urian, 1631-1681.N00257EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
[Daily meditations: or Quotidian preparations for and considerations of death and eternity begun July 19. 1666. By Philip Pain: who lately suffering shipwrack, was drowned.]Pain, Philip, d. 1668?N00258EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The foundation of Christian religion gathered into six principles and it is to be learned of ignorant people that they may be fit to hear sermons with profit, and to receive the Lords Supper with comfort. : [Two lines from Psalms] / By William Perkins.Perkins, William, 1558-1602.N00259EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The possiblity of Gods forsaking a people, that have been visibly near & dear to him together, with the misery of a people thus forsaken, set forth in a sermon, preached at Weathersfield, Nov. 21, 1678. Being a day of fast and humiliation. / By Mr. Joseph Rowlandson Pastor of the church of Christ there. ; Being also his last sermon. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Rowlandson, Joseph, 1631?-1678.N00260EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The soveraignty & goodness of God, together, with the faithfulness of his promises displayed; being a narrative of the captivity and restauration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson. : Commended by her, to all that desires to know the Lords doings to, and dealings with her. Especially to her dear children and relations, / Written by her own hand for her private use, and now made publick at the earnest desire of some friends, and for the benefit of the afflicted. ; [Three lines from Deuteronomy]Rowlandson, Mary White, ca. 1635-1711.N00261EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The rule of the new-creature to be practiced every day, in all the particulars of it which are ten. [Three lines from Galatians]Reyner, Edward, 1600-1668.N00262EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Covenant-keeping the way to blessedness, or, A brief discourse wherein is shewn the connexion which there is between the promise, on God's part; and duty, on our part, in the covenant of grace: as it was delivered in several sermons, preached in order to solemn renewing of covenant. / By Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Seven lines from Deuteronomy]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00263EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fiery tryal no strange thing; delivered in a sermon preached at Charlstown, February 15. 1681. Being a day of humiliation: / by Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New England. ; [Four lines of quotations]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00264EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Severals relating to the fund printed for divers reasons, as may appear.Woodbridge, John, 1614-1695.N00265EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Dying speeches of several Indians.N00266EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An explanation of the solemn advice, recommended by the Council in Connecticut colony, to the inhabitants of that jurisdiction, respecting the reformation of those evils, which have been the procuring cause of the late judgments upon New-England. By Mr. James Fitch, Pastor of the church in Norwich. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Fitch, James, 1622-1702.N00267EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sion in distress or The groans of the Protestant church. [Six lines of quotations]Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704.N00269EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston May. 16. 1683. This Court considering that cattle are rated in the countrey at a greater value than they will yield ...Massachusetts.N00271EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a special General Court held at Boston Novemb. 7. 1683. This Court being sensible of the great ruines in Boston by fire ...Massachusetts.N00272EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Majesties Commissioners, for Examining and Enquiring into the Claims and Titles to the Kings Province or Narraganset Countrey.England and Wales. Commissioners, for Examining and Enquiring into the Claims and Titles to the Kings Province or Narraganset Countrey.N00273EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs made at the General Court called and held at Boston on the seventh of February, and continued by adjournment to the thirty first of March 1683. And by their order printed and published. By Edward Rawson secretary.Massachusetts.N00274EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws made at the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston October 10. 1683. And published by their order: Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00275EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Kometographia. Or A discourse concerning comets; wherein the nature of blazing stars is enquired into: with an historical account of all the comets which have appeared from the beginning of the world unto this present year, M.DC.LXXXIII. : Expressing the place in the heavens, where they were seen, their motion, forms, duration; and the remarkable events which have followed in the world, so far as thay have been by learned men observed. : As also two sermons occasioned by the late blazing stars. / By Mr. Increase Mather, teacher of a church at Boston in New-England. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00277EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A plea for the life of dying religion from the word of the Lord: in a sermon preached to the General Assembly of the colony of Massachusets [sic] at Boston in New-England, May 16. 1683. Being the day of election there. / By Mr. Samuel Torrey Pastor of the Church of Christ at Waymouth. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]Torrey, Samuel, 1632-1707.N00279EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The high esteem which God hath of the death of his saints. As it was delivered in a sermon preached October 7. 1683. Occasioned by the death of the Worshipful John Hull Esq: who deceased October 1, 1683. / By Samuel Willard teacher to a church in Boston. ; [Four lines of quotations]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00280EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Self-imployment in secret: containing I. Evidences upon self-examination. II. Thoughts upon painful afflictions. III. Memorials for practice. / Left under the hand-writing of that learned and Reverend divine, Mr. John Corbet, late of Chichester.Corbet, John, 1620-1680.N00281EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The crown and glory of a Christian, consisting in a sound conversion and well ordered conversation.Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705.N00282EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The benefit of a well-ordered conversation, as it was delivered in a sermon preached June 24th. 1682. On a day of publick humiliation. : As also a funeral discourse upon the three first verses of the third chapter of Isaiah; occasioned by the death of the worshipful Major General Denison; who deceased at Ipswich, Sept. 20. 1682. / By Mr. William Hubbard. ; To which is annexed an Irenicon or a salve for New-England's sore: penned by the said major-general; and left behind him as his farewell and last advice to his friends of the Massachusets.Hubbard, William, 1621 or 2-1704.N00285EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Boston, January 28. 1684 [new style, 1685]. Whereas the law concerning building with brick or stone in Boston, seems to prohibit all manner of building or buildings ...Massachusetts.N00286EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court on adjournment, held at Boston Feb. 13 1683[/]4. That for incouragement to build in Boston with brick and stone according to a law made the last session ...Massachusetts.N00287EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made by the General Court, held at Boston the 7th of May, 1684.Massachusetts.N00288EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court called by the Honourable governour on his receipt of His Majesties letter, to sit in Boston, July the 9th. 1684. When they sate there was made and passed the law and order following; and by their order printed: by the Court Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00289EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several lavvs made at the General Court called to sit, and held at Boston, Sept. 10th. 1684. And published by their order, Edward Rawson secr.Massachusetts.N00290EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several orders and laws made at the second sessions of the General Court held at Boston, Octob: 15th. 1684. And published by their order: Edward Rawson secr'.Massachusetts.N00291EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing. Drawn out of the quiver of the Scriptures. / By the ministers of Christ at Boston in New-England. ; [Four lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00292EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay for the recording of illustrious providences: wherein, an account is given of many remarkable and very memorable events, which have happened in this last age; especially in New-England. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church at Boston in New-England. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00296EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some important truths concerning conversion, and the improving seasons of grace; as also about prayer in families, and in secret: delivered in several sermons; / by Increase Mather.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00297EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon wherein is shewed that it is the duty and should be the care of believers on Christ, to live in the constant exercise of grace. By Nathanael Mather Pastor of a church at Dublin in Ireland. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Nathanael, 1631-1697.N00298EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A monumental memorial of marine mercy being an acknowledgement of an high hand of Divine deliverance on the deep in the time of distress, in a late voyage from Boston in New-England to London, anno 1683. : In a poem. / By Richard Steere. ; To which is added another occasioned by several remarkable passages happening at the birth of a male child on board the same ship in her voyage returning 1684. By the same author then a passenger.Steere, Richard, 1643-1721.N00300EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A short catechism drawn out of the word of God. by Samuel Stone, Ministe[r] of the Word at Hartford, on Connecticot [sic].Stone, Samuel, 1602-1663.N00301EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mercy magnified on a penitent prodigal, or A brief discourse, wherein Christs parable of the lost son found, is opened and applied, as it was delivered in sundry sermons, / by Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Two lines from Luke]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00302EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The child's portion: or The unseen glory of the children of God, asserted, and proved: together with several other sermons occasionally preached, and now published. / By Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston, New-England. ; [Five lines from Psalms]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00303EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's eye on the contrite: or A discourse shewing that true poverty and contrition of spirit and trembling at God's word is the infallible and only way for the obtaining and retaining of Divine acceptation. As it was made in the audience of the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Colony at Boston in New-England; May 27. 1685. being the day of election there. / By Mr. William Adams. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Adams, William, 1650-1685.N00304EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Church of Rome evidently proved heretick, by Peter Berault, Dr. Who abjured all the errors of the said church in London at the Savoy upon the 2d. day of April 1671. ; [One line of Latin quotation]Berault, Peter.N00307EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Good order established in Pennsilvania & New-Jersey in America, being a true account of the country; with its produce and commodities there made. And the great improvements that may be made by means of publick store-houses for hemp, flax and linnen-cloth; also, the advantages of a publick-school, the profits of a publick-bank, and the probability of its arising, if those directions here laid down are followed. With the advantages of publick granaries. : Likewise, several other things needful to be understood by those that are or do intend to be concerned in planting in the said countries. : All which is laid down very plain, in this small treatise; it being easie to be understood by any ordinary capacity. To which the reader is referred for his further satisfaction. / By Thomas Budd.Budd, Thomas, d. 1698.N00310EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several laws and orders made by the governour and Company of the Massachusets Bay in New-England. At the General Court held at Boston, May 27th 1685. : As also at a General Court held at Boston on the 14th of October, 1685. : And printed by order, Edward Rawson secretary.Massachusetts.N00313EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the governour and Company of the Massachusets Bay in New-England at a General Court held at Boston, on adjournment, Feb. 16th 1685. As an explanation of and addition to the law title Wills ...Massachusetts.N00314EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the governour and Council assembled at Boston the 2d. of April, 1685. To all His Majesties subjects within the government of the Massachusets colony.Massachusetts.N00315EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An elegy on the much-to-be-deplored death of that never-to-be-forgotten person, the Reverend Nathanael Collins; who after he had been many years a faithful pastor to the church at Middletown of Connecticut in New-England, about the forty third year of his age expired; on 28th. 10. moneth 1684. : [Three lines of quotations in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00316EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A call from heaven, to the present and succeeding generations or A discourse wherein is shewed I. That the children of godly parents are under special advantages and encouragements to seek the Lord. : II. The exceeding danger of apostasie, especially as to those that are the children and posterity of such as have been eminent for God in their generation. : III. That young men ought to remember God their creator. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church in Boston in N. England.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00318EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon (preached at the lecture in Boston in New-England the 18th of the 1. moneth 1674. When two men were executed, who had murthered their master) Wherein is shewed that excess in wickedness doth bring untimely death. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church of Christ. ; [Seven lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00319EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A practical discourse concerning the choice benefit of communion with God in His House, witnessed unto by the experience of saints as the best improvement of time. : Being the summe of several sermons on Psal. 84. 10. Preach'd in Boston on lecture-dayes / By Joshua Moodey Minister of the Gospel. ; [Five lines from Psalms]Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697.N00322EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The book of the general laws of the jurisdiction of New-Plimouth, collected out of the records of the General Court, and lately revised: and with some emendations and additions established and disposed into such order as they may readily conduce to general use and benefit : And by order and authority of the General Court of New-Plimouth hold at Plimouth, June 2d. anno Dom. 1685. Reprinted and published; Nathaniel Clerk secrt'. : [One line of Scripture text]New Plymouth Colony.N00323EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sound repentance the right way to escape deserved ruine; or A solid and awakening discourse, exhorting the people of God to comply with his counsel, by a hearty practical turning from sin to himself and his service thereby to prevent their being made desolate by his departing from them. As it was delivered in a sermon preached at Hartford on Connecticut in New England, May 14th. 1685. Being the day of election there. / By Mr. Samuel Wakeman, Pastor of the church of Christ in Fairfield. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Wakeman, Samuel, 1635-1692.N00324EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An epistle from John Burnyeat to Friends in Pennsilvania; to be disperced [sic] by them to the neighbouring provinces, which for convenience and dispatch was thought good to be printed, and so ordered by the Quarterly Meeting of Philadelphia, the 7th of the 4th month, 1686.Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690.N00327EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's promise to his plantations; [Three lines from Samuel] / As it was delivered in a sermon by John Cotton, B.D. and preacher of God's word in Boston. ; [Seven lines from Psalms]Cotton, John, 1584-1652.N00328EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A general epistle given forth by the people of the Lord, called, Quakers, that all may know, we own none to be of our fellowship, or to be reckoned or numbred [sic] with us, but such as fear the Lord and keep faithfully to his heavenly power ...Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.N00331EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Our dying Saviour's legacy of peace to his disciples in a troublesome world, from John 14. 27. My peace I give unto you, &c. : Also a discourse on the two witnesses: shewing that it is the duty of all Christians to be witnesses unto Christ, from Rev. II. 3. I will give to my two witnesses, &c: : Unto which is added, some help to self-examination. / By John Higginson Pastor of the church in Salem. ; [Four lines from II Peter]Higginson, John, 1616-1708.N00333EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A proclamation by the President and Council of His Majestiy's [sic] Territory & Dominion of New-England in America. Whereas His Most Excellent Majesty our Soveraign Lord James the Second ... hath been graciously pleased to erect and constitute a president and council to take care of all that his Territory and Dominion of New-England ... Given from the Council-house in Boston this 28th day of May: anno Domini 1686.Territory and Dominion of New-England. President (1686 : Dudley).N00335EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the President and Council of His Majesties Territory and Dominion of New England in America. In pursuance of His Majestie's commands for the regulation and settlement of government in the Narraganset Countrey, or Kings-Province, Wednesday, the twenty third of this instant moneth of June, is appointed for the meeting and opening of a court ... Given at the Council-house at Boston, this 8th day of June, anno Domini 1686. ...Territory and Dominion of New-England. President (1686 : Dudley).N00336EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A proclamation by the president and Council for the orderly solemnization of marriage.Territory and Dominion of New-England. President (1686 : Dudley).N00337EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The General Courts answer to Joseph Dudley Esqr. &c. This was pas'd by the whole court, nemine non consentiente. Gentlemen, We have perused what you left with us ... impowring you for the governing of His Majesties subjects inhabiting this colony ... And therefore we think it highly concerns us to consider, whether such a commission be safe either for you or us. ...Massachusetts. General Court.N00338EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The greatest sinners exhorted and encouraged to come to Christ, and that now without delaying. Also, the exceeding danger of men's deferring their repentance. : Together with a discourse about the day of judgement. And on several other subjects. / By Increase Mather teacher of a church at Boston in N. England. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00341EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The mystery of Christ opened and applyed. In several sermons, concerning the person, office, and glory of Jesus Christ. / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church at Boston in N. England. ; [Twelve lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00342EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon occasioned by the execution of a man found guilty of murder: preached at Boston in New-England, March 11th 1685/6. : (Together with the confession, last expressions, and solemn warning of that murderer, to all persons; expecially to young men, to beware of those sins which brought him to his miserable end.) / By Increase Mather, teacher of a church of Christ.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00343EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An elegiack tribute to the sacred dust of the Reverend and worthy Mr. Seaborn Cotton Pastour of the Church of Christ at Hampton in New-England, who was discharged from his work and office, to be admitted into heaven, April 20th 1686.Tompson, Edward, 1665-1705.N00345EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The way of Israels welfare; or An exhortation to be with God, that he may be with us: as it was delivered in a sermon preached at Hartford on Connecticut in New-England, May 13th 1686. Being the day of election there. / By Mr. John Whiting, Pastor to the Second Church of Christ in Hartford. ; [Six lines of Scripture text]Whiting, John, 1656-1722.N00346EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief discourse of justification. Wherein this doctrine is plainly laid down according to the Scriptures. : As it was delivered in several sermons on this subject. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Ten lines of quotations]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00347EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Heavenly merchandize; or The purchasing of truth recommended and the selling of it disswaded; as it was delivered in several sermons upon Prov. 23. 23. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of Scripture text]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00348EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Neglect of supporting and maintaining the pure worship of God, by the professing people of God: is a God-provoking and land-wasting sin. And repentance with reformation of it, the only way to their outward felicity: or, The cause of New-Englands scarcity: and right way to its plenty. As it was discovered and applied in a sermon preached at Roxbury on a fast-day: July 26. 1687. / By James Allen, teacher to the first gathered church in Boston.Allen, James, 1632-1710.N00349EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Upon the death of that aged, pious, sincere-hearted Christian, John Alden Esq: late magistrate of New-Plimouth colony, who dyed Sept 12th. 1687. Being about eighty nine years of age.Cotton, John, 1640-1699.N00350EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Chara tēs pisteōs = The joy of faith, or A treatise opening the true nature of faith, its lowest stature and distinction from assurance, with a scripture method to obtain both; by the influence and aid of divine grace: with a preliminary tract evidencing the being and actings of faith, the deity of Christ, and the divinity of the sacred Scriptures. : [Six lines of quotation] / By Samuel Lee. M.A. sometime Fellow of Wadham Colledge. Oxon.Lee, Samuel, 1625-1691.N00353EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Military duties, recommended to an artillery company; at their election of officers, in Charls-town [sic], 13.d. 7.m. 1686. / By Cotton Mather, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of quotations in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00354EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon occasioned by the execution of a man found guilty of murder preached at Boston in N.E. March 11th 1685[/]6. : (Together with the confession, last expressions & solemn warning of that murderer to all persons; especially to young men, to beware of those sins which brought him to his miserable end.) / By Increase Mather, teacher of church of Christ.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00355EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The excellent priviledge of liberty and property being the birth-right of the free-born subjects of England. Containing I. Magna Carta, with a learned comment upon it. II. The confirmation of the charters of the liberties of England ... III. A statute made the 34 Edw. I. ... IV. An abstract of the pattent granted by the King to VVilliam Penn ... V. And lastly, the charter of liberties granted by the said VVilliam Penn to the free-men and inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania ...Penn, William, 1644-1718.N00356EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The safety of appearing at the day of judgement, in the righteousness of Christ: opened and applied. By Solomon Stoddard Pastor to the church of North-Hampton in New-England. ; [Nine lines from Phillipians]Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N00357EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter from Father La Chaise, confessor to the French King, to Father Peters, confessor to the King of England. In which is contained the project and designe of that faction to introduce the Prince of Wales; with some observations on his conception and birth, to which is added a letter from Will Penn to Father la Chaise about the affaires of that babe and the ensueing progress of the popish designe.N00360EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Proposals for printing a large Bible, by William Bradford.Bradford, William, 1663-1752.N00362EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An exposition on the church-catechism: or The practice of divine love. Composed for the diocese of Bath & Wells.Ken, Thomas, 1637-1711.N00364EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The temple of wisdom for the little world, in two parts. The first philosophically divine, treating of the being of all beeings [sic], and whence everything hath its original, as heaven, hell, angels, men and devils, earth, stars and elements. And particularly of all mysteries concerning the soul; and of Adam before and after the Fall. Also, a treatise of the four complexions, with the causes of spiritual sadness, &c. : To which is added, a postscript to all students in arts and sciences. The second part, morally divine, contains first, abuses stript and whipt, by Geo. Wither, with his discription of fair virtue. Secondly. A collection of divine poems from Fr. Quarles. Lastly, essayes and religious meditations of Sir Francis Bacon, Knight. / Collected, published and intended for a general good, by D.L.Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.N00365EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Articles agreed upon by the archbishops and bishops of both provinces, and the whole clergy in the convocation holden at London in the year MDLXII. For the avoiding of diversities of opinions, and for the stablishing of consent touching true religion.Church of England.N00366EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency a proclamation. Whereas His Majesty hath been graciously pleased, by his royal letter, bearing date the sixteenth day of October last past, to signifie that he hath received undoubted advice that a great and sudden invasion from Holland, with an armed force of forreigners and strangers, will speedily be made in an hostile manner upon His Majesty's kingdom of England ... Given at Fort-Charles at Pemaquid, the tenth day of January ... 1688 [new style, 1689].Territory and Dominion of New-England. President (1686-1689 : Andros).N00367EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A narrative of the miseries of New-England, by reason of an arbitrary government erected there. Under Sir Edmond Andross. To which is added, some account of the humble application of the pious and noble Prelate, Henry Lord Bishop of London, with the reverend clergy of the city, and some of the dissenting ministers in it, to the illustrious Prince William Henry, Prince of Orange on Fryday [sic], September 21. 1688. : Also the address of the noncomformist ministers (in and about the city of London) to His Higness [sic] the Prince of Orange.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00368EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Vindication of Nevv-England, from the vile aspersions cast upon that country by a late address of a faction there, who denominate themselves of the Church of England in Boston.N00369EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Plain case stated of old--but especially of New-England, in an address to His Highness the Prince of Orange.N00370EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An Appeal to the men of New England, with a short account of Mr. Randolphs papers.N00372EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Man's chief end to glorifie God, or Some brief sermon-notes on I Cor. 10. 31. / By the Reverend Mr. John Bailey, sometime preacher and prisoner of Christ at Limerick in Ireland, and now Pastor to the Church of Christ in Watertown in New-England. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Bailey, John, 1644-1697.N00374EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At the town-house in Boston: April 18th. 1689. Sir, Our selves as well as many others the inhabitants of this town and place adjacent ... judge it necessary that you forthwith surrender, and deliver up the government ... promising all security from violence to your self ...N00375EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The people's right to election or alteration of goverment [sic] in Connecticott, argued in a letter; by Gershom Bulkeley Esq; one of their Majesties justices of the peace in the county of Hartford. ; Together with a letter to the said Bulkeley, from a friend of his in the Bay. ; To which is added, the writing delivered to James Russell of Charlestown Esq; warning him and others concerned, not to meet to hold a court at Cambridge, within the county of Middlesex. By Thomas Greaves Esq; judge of their Majesties Inferior Court of Pleas and one of their Majesties justices of the peace within the said county and also his answer to Mr. Broadstreete and the gentlemen mett at the town-house in Boston concerning the same. ; Published for the information & satisfaction of their Majesties loyall (but abused) subjects in New England.Bulkeley, Gershom, 1636-1713.N00376EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A relation of Captain Bull, concerning the Mohawks at Fort-Albany. May, 1689.Bull, Jonathan, 1649-1702.N00377EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached before the House of Commons, on the 31st of January 1688 [i.e., 1689, n.s.]. Being the thanksgiving-day for the deliverance of this kingdom from popery and arbitrary power. By His Highness the Prince of Oranges means. / By Gilbert Burnet, D.D. and Chaplain to His Highness.Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715.N00378EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An Account of the late revolutions in New-England; in a letter.N00379EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Seasonable motives. To our duty and allegiance, / (by a lover of the peace of New-England) ; offer'd to the consideration of his neighbours & country-men.Byfield, Nathanael, 1653-1733.N00380EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The charitable Samaritan. A sermon on the tenth chapter of Luke, ver. 30--35. Pronounced in the French church at Boston. / By Ezechiel Carré formerly Minister of Rochechalais in France, now Minister of the French colony in Narrhaganset. ; Translated into English by N. Walter.Carré, Ezechiel.N00381EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Declaration of the nobility, gentry, and commonalty at the rendezvous at Nottingham, November 22. 1688.N00382EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Declaration of the reasons and motives for the present appearing in arms of Their Majesties Protestant subjects in the Province of Maryland. Licens'd, November 28th 1689. J.F.N00383EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A guide to heaven from the Word: or, Good counsel how to close savingly with Christ. Some short but serious questions to ask our hearts every morning and evening, whether we walk closely with him. : And especially, rules for the strict and due observation of the Lord's Day. : [One line from John]Hardy, Samuel, 1636-1691.N00384EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To His Highness William Henrick, Prince of Orange, the most humble petition of George Lord Chancellor Jefferies.Jeffreys, George Jeffreys, Baron, 1644 or 5-1689.N00386EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Presbyterian and independent visible churches in New-England and else-where, brought to the test, and examined according to the doctrine of the Holy Scriptures, in their doctrine, ministry, worship, constitution, government, sacraments and Sabbath Day, and found to be no true church of Christ. More particularly directed to these in New-England, and more generally to those in old-England, Scotland, Ireland, &c. : With a call and warning from the Lord to the people of Boston and New-England, to repent, &c. : And two letters to the preachers in Boston; and an answer to the gross abuses, lyes and slanders of Increas [sic] Mather and Samuel Norton, &c. / By George Keith.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00387EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A copy of the Kings Majesties charter, for incorporating the Company of the Massachusets Bay in New-England in America. Granted in the fourth year of His Highness reign of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, anno Dom. 1628.Massachusetts.N00388EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At the convention of the governour and Council, and representatives of the Massachusets colony. It is declared, that all the laws made by the governour and company of said colony, that were in force on the twelfth day of May, one thousand six hundred eighty six ... are the laws of this colony ...Massachusetts. General Court.N00389EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At the convention of the governour, Council, and representatives of the Massachusets Colony. ... It is ordered, that Thursday, the nineteenth day of this instant September; be observed as a day of humiliation, with fasting and prayer ...Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet).N00390EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Memorable providences, relating to witchcrafts and possessions. A faithful account of many wonderful and surprising things, that have befallen several bewitched and possessed persons in New-England. Particularly, a narrative of the marvellous trouble and releef [sic] experienced by a pious family in Boston, very lately and sadly molested with evil spirits. : Whereunto is added, a discourse delivered unto a congregation in Boston, on the occasion of that illustrious providence. : As also a discourse delivered unto the same congregation; on the occasion of an horrible self-murder committed in that town. : With an appendix, in vindication of a chapter in a late book of remarkable providences, from the calumnies of a Quaker at Pen-silvania [sic]. / Written by Cotton Mather, Minister of the Gospel. ; And recommended by the Ministers of Boston and Charleston.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00392EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Small offers towards the service of the tabernacle in the wilderness. Four discourses, accommodated unto the designs of practical godliness. The first, concerning the methods wherein men ought to engage both themselves and their houses in the service of God. The second, concerning the right and best waies of redeeming time in the world. The third, concerning the carriage which we should have under trials used by God upon us. The fourth, concerning the end, which in our desires of life, we should propound unto ourselves. Preached partly at Boston, partly at Charleston. / By Cotton Mather, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; Published by a gentleman lately restored from threatning sickness; as an humble essay to serve the interest of religion, in gratitude unto God for his recovery.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00393EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Souldiers counselled and comforted. A discourse delivered unto some part of the forces engaged in the just war of New-England against the northern & eastern Indians. Sept. 1. 1689. / By Cotton Mather Minister of the Gospel in Boston, ; [One line epigram in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00394EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Work upon the ark. Meditations upon the ark as a type of the church; delivered in a sermon at Boston, and now dedicated unto the service of all, but especially of those whose concerns lye in ships. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Four lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00395EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The declaration, of the gentlemen, merchants, and inhabitants of Boston, and the countrey adjacent. April 18th. 1689.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00397EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Present state of the New-English affairs. This is published to prevent false reports.N00398EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
From a gentleman of Boston to a friend in the countrey.N. N.N00399EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The present state of New-England impartially considered, in a letter to the clergy.Palmer, John, 1650-1700?.N00400EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Water-baptism plainly proved by Scripture to be a Gospel precept. By Pardon Tillinghast, a servant of Jesus Christ.Tillinghast, Pardon, 1622-1718.N00402EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
His Highness the Prince of Orange, his letter to the Lords Spiritual and Temporal assembled at Westminster, in this present convention.William III, King of England, 1650-1702.N00405EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The principles of the Protestant religion maintained, and churches of New-England, in the profession and exercise thereof defended, against all the calumnies of one George Keith, a Quaker, in a book lately published at Pensilvania [sic], to undermine them both. / By the minsters of the Gospel in Boston, ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00406EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Further quaeries upon the present state of the New-English affairs.S. E.N00408EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An abridgement of the English military discipline, compiled by the late Duke of Monmouth. ; Printed by especial command, for the use of Their Majesties forces. ; God save King William & Queen Mary.Monmouth, James Scott, Duke of, 1649-1685.N00409EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Christianity of the people commonly called, Quakers asserted, against the unjust charge of their being no Christians, upon several questions relating to those matters, wherein their Christian belief is questioned.Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.N00410EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mr. Cotton Mather opposed by a son of the church. Sir, I have seen your invitation to the Lords Supper, and am grieved to see the sacraments so much wronged. ...N00411EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Holwell's predictions: of many remarkable things, which may probably come to pase [sic], from the year 1689. Untill the year. 1700. Written 1682.Holwell, John, 1649-1686?N00413EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Journal of the proceedings in the late expedition to Port-Royal, on board Their Majesties Ship, the Six-Friends, the Honourable William Phipps Knight, commander in chief, &c. A true copy, attested by Joshua Natstock clerk.N00414EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A plain short catechism for children & youth, that may be serviceable to such others, who need to be constructed in the first principles and grounds of the Christian religion. : To which is added, a short paraphrase or opening, by way of meditation on that prayer which our Lord Jesus Christ taught his disciples, commonly call'd, The Lords prayer. / By G.K. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00415EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The pretended antidote proved poyson: or, The true principles of the Christian & Protestant religion defended, and the four counterfit [sic] defenders thereof detected and discovered; the names of which are James Allen, Joshua Moodey, Samuell Willard and Cotton Mather, who call themselves ministers of the Gospel in Boston, in their pretended answer to my book, called, The Presbyterian & independent visible churches in New-England, and else-where, brought to the test, &c. : And G.K. cleared not to be guilty of any calumnies against these called teachers of New-England, &c. / By George Keith. ; With an appendix by John Delavall, by way of animadversion on some passages in a discourse of Cotton Mathers before the General Court of Massachusetts, the 28th of the third moneth [sic], 1690.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00416EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A refutation of three opposers of truth, by plain evidence of the Holy Scripture, viz. I. Of Pardon Tillinghast, who pleadeth for water-baptism, its being a Gospel-precept, and opposeth Christ within, as a false Christ. To which is added, something concerning the supper, &c. II. Of B. Keech, in his book called, A tutor for children, where he disputeth against the sufficiency of the light within, in order to salvation; and calleth Christ in the heart, a false Christ in the secret chamber. III. Of Cotton Mather, who in his appendix to his book, called, Memorable providences, relating to witchcraft, &c. doth so weakly defend his father Increase Mather from being justly chargeable with abusing the honest people called Quakers, that he doth the more lay open his father's nakedness; and beside the abuses and injuries that his father had cast upon that people, C. Mather, the son, addeth new abuses of his own. : And a few words of a letter to John Cotton, called a minister, at Plymouth in New England. / By George Keith. ; [Two lines from Zephaniah]Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00417EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Anno Regni Regis & Reginæ Gulielmi & Mariæ secundo. By the governour, & Council. Whereas the Honourable Sir William Phipps knight is appointed to take the command of such forces as shall be raised for Their Majesties service in the present expedition against the French at Nova Scotia, and L'Accadie. ...Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet).N00418EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a session of the General Court of the Massachusets colony, in Boston, 28th of May, 1690. Whereas the Honourable Sir William Phipps, Knight, is appointed to take the chief command ...Massachusetts.N00419EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At the General Court of Their Majesties colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, sitting in Boston by adjournment. December. 10th. 1690. Whereas for the maintaining and defending of Their Majesties interests against the hostile invasions of their French and Indian enemies ...Massachusetts.N00420EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court held at Charlstown by adjournment. Feb. 12th 1689[/]90. This Court taking into consideration the many calls of God's providence upon his people ... doth appoint the sixth of March next, to be observed as a day of publick prayer and fasting throughout this jurisdiction ...Massachusetts. General Court.N00422EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the governour & General Court of the colony of the Massachusetts Bay, in New-England. It having been a thing too sensible and obvious to escape the observation of all who are not wholly strangers in our Israel ...Massachusetts.N00423EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the governour and Council. Whereas some have lately presumed to print and disperse a pamphlet, entituled, Publick occurrences, both forreign and domestick: Boston, Thursday, Septemb. 25th. 1690. Without the least privity or countenance of authority. The governour and Council ... order that the same be suppressed and called in ...Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet).N00424EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Addresses to old men, and young men, and little children. In three discourses ... To which may be added, a short scriptural catechism, accommodated unto their capacities. / By Cotton Mather.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00425EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A companion for communicants. Discourses upon the nature, the design, and the subject of the Lords Supper; with devout methods of preparing for, and approaching to that blessed ordinance. / By Cotton Mather, Pastor of a church at Boston. ; [Seven lines from Augustine]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00426EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The present state of New-England. Considered in a discourse on the necessities and advantages of a public spirit in every man; especially, at such a time as this. Made at the lecture in Boston 20.d. 1.m. 1690. Upon the news of an invasion by bloody Indians and French-men, begun upon us. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two line epigram in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00427EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The serviceable man. A discourse made unto the General Court of the Massachusetts colony, New-England, at the anniversary election 28d. 3m. 1690. / By Cotton Mather Minister of the Gospel. ; [Two lines of Latin quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00428EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Speedy repentance urged. A sermon preached at Boston, Decemb. 29. 1689. In the hearing, and at the request of one Hugh Stone, a miserable man under a just sentence of death, for a tragical and horrible murder. : Together with some account concerning the character, carriage, and execution of that unhappy malefactor. : To which are added, certain memorable providences relating to some other murders; & some great instances of repentance which have been seen among us. / By Cotton Mather Pastor of the Gospel in Boston.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00429EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The wonderful works of God commemorated. Praises bespoke for the God in heaven in a thanksgiving sermon; delivered on Decemb. 19. 1689. Containing just reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God, more generally in creation and redemption, and in the government of the world; but more particularly in the remarkable revolutions of providence which are every where the matter of present observation. With a postscript giving an account of some very stupendous accidents, which have lately happened in France. / By Cotton Mather. ; To which is added a sermon preached unto the convention of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England, with a short narrative of several prodigies, which New-England hath of late had the alarms of heaven in.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00431EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An address presented to the King, August 7th. 1689. When those from the Massachusetts colony were, by that worthy citizen, Sir Henry Ashurst, Baronet. To their Most Excellent Majesties, King William and Queen Mary of England, &c. The humble address and petiton of the General Court of Your Majesties most ancient colony of New-Plimouth in New-England.New Plymouth Colony.N00432EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Propositions made by the Sachems of the three Maquas Castles, to the mayor, aldermen, and commonalty of the city of Albany, and military officers of the said city, and county in the city-hall, February 25th, 1689/90. Peiter Schuyler mayor, with ten more gentlemen, then present. Interpreted by Arnout & Hille. The names of the Sachims [sic], Sinnonguiness speaker, Rode, Sagoddiockquifax, Oguedagoa, Tosoquatho, Odagurasse, Anharenda, Jagogthera.N00434EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A little handful of cordial comforts for a fainting soul, scattered throughout several answers to certain questions and objections following.Standfast, Richard, 1608?-1684.N00435EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from the most ingenious Mr. Lodowick Rhode-Island, Febr. 1. 1691,2.Ludovici, C. (Christian), 1660-1728.N00438EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a General Court for Their Majesties colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, sitting at Boston, upon adjournment, December. 22th. 1691. For as much as these coasts have been and still are infested with divers piratical sea rovers and other enemies ...Massachusetts.N00439EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Fair weather. Or Considerations to dispel the clouds, & allay the storms, of discontent: in a discourse which with an entertaining variety, both of argument and history, layes open, the nature and evil of that pernicious vice, and offers diverse antidotes against it; / by Cotton Mather. ; Whereto there is prefixed a catalogue of sins against all the commandments, whereof all that would make thorough work of repentance, especially at this day when the God of heaven so loudly calls for it, should make their serious and sensible confessions before the Lord; with an humble and fervent address unto this whole people, there-about.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00441EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Little flocks guarded against grievous wolves. An address unto those parts of New-England which are most exposed unto assaults, from the modern teachers of the misled Quakers. : In a letter, which impartially discovers the manifold haeresies and blasphemies, and the strong delusions of even the most refined Quakerism; and thereupon demonstrates the truth of those principles and assertions, which are most opposite thereunto. : With just reflections upon the extream ignorance and wickedness, of George Keith, who is the seducer that now most ravines upon the churches in this wilderness. / Written by Cotton Mather. ; A character of the ring-leaders among the Quakers. ; [Four lines from Timothy]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00442EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A scriptural catechism. The heads of the Christian religion plainly, briefly, and fully delivered in a catechism, which endeavours a sufficient answer to every question, barely with a pertinent sentence of sacred Scripture, and enables the learner at once with great ease to confirm as well as assert the great articles of the faith once delivered unto the saints. / By Cotton Mather. ; [One line from John]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00443EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some considerations on the bills of credit now passing in New-England. Addressed unto the Worshipful, John Philips Esq; : Published for the information of the inhabitants.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00444EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Things to be look'd for. Discourses on the glorious characters, with conjectures on the speedy approaches of that state, which is reserved for the church of God in the latter dayes. : Together with an inculcation of several duties, which the undoubted characters and approaches of that state, invite us unto: delivered unto the artillery company of the Massachusets colony: New England; at their election of officers, for the year 1691. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two lines from Luke]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00445EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The triumphs of the reformed religion, in America. The life of the renowned John Eliot; a person justly famous in the church of God, not only as an eminent Christian, and an excellent Minister, among the English, but also, as a memorable evangelist among the Indians, of New-England; with some account concerning the late and strange success of the Gospel, in those parts of the world, which for many ages have lain buried in pagan ignorance. / Written by Cotton Mather. ; [Two lines from Luke]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00446EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A memorial between Jest and Earnest, from Ignoramus the First, relating to the past and present state of the nation. : Presented to all the honest ignoramusses of the Lords and Commons of England. : [Two lines of quotation]Ignoramus.N00447EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Modest and impartial narrative of several grievances and great oppressions that the peaceable and most considerable inhabitants of Their Majesties province of New York lie under, by the extravagant and arbitrary proceedings of Jacob Leysler and his accomplices.N00448EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great sin of formality in God's worship: or, The formal worshipper proved a lyar and deceiver. Being the subject of a sermon preacht on the weekly lecture in Boston. / By Joshua Moodey, Minister of the Gospel. ; [Nine lines of Scripture text]Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697.N00449EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A narrative of the proceedings of Sir Edmond Androsse and his complices, who acted by an illegal and arbitrary commission from the late K. James, during his government in New England. / By several gentlemen who were of his council.Stoughton, William, 1632-1701.N00450EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Revolution in New England justified, and the people there vindicated from the aspersions cast upon them by Mr. John Palmer, in his pretended answer to the declaration, published by the inhabitants of Boston, and the country adjacent, on the day when they secured their late oppressors, who acted by an illegal and arbitrary commission from the late King James.N00452EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Old mens tears for their own declensions, mixed with fears of their and posterities further falling off from New-England's primitive constitution. Published by some of Bostons old planters and some others. ; [Six lines from Psalms]Scottow, Joshua, 1618-1698.N00453EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The shorter catechism composed by the Reverend Assembly of Divines at Westminster. With proofs thereof out of the Scriptures. Which are either some of the formerly quoted places, or others gathered from their other writings, all fitted both for brevity & clearness, to this their form of sound words. For the benefit of Christians in general, and of youth & children in understanding in particular; that they may with more ease acquaint themselves with the truth according to the Scriptures, and with the Scriptures themselves.Westminster AssemblyN00456EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Christian epistle to Friends in general of weighty concern, for their present and future peace and safety from the soul's adversary's subtil devices and snares of death. : To be carefully communicated to the children of light, & proffessors thereof every where. / Being faithfully given forth, and recommended from the spirit of Christ; by his servant, George Whitehead. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.N00457EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The barren fig trees doom. Or, A brief discourse wherein is set forth the woful danger of all who abide unfruitful under Gospel priviledges, and Gods husbandry. Being the substance of sixteen sermons preached on Christ's parable of the fig-tree. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Matthew]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00458EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of taking God's name in vain. As it was delivered in a sermon / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00459EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The mourners cordial against excessive sorrow discovering what grounds of hope Gods people have concerning their dead friends / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Five lines from II Corinthians]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00460EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Promise-keeping a great duty. As it was delivered in a sermon / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines from Proverbs]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00461EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The sinfulness of worshipping God with men's institutions as it was delivered in a sermon / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00462EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief exhortation to all who profess the truth, to come clear out of Babylon, and not to joyn with any hurtful or unseemly practice, nor make marriages with unbelievers, but be a seperate [sic] people from every unclean thing, that God may receive you.Willsford, John.N00463EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Jacobites catechism, that is to say, an instruction to be learned of every person who either desires, or expects to be confirmed by the late Bishop of Ely. : To which is added, the Williamites catechism, or, instructions to be learned of all those who are well-wishers to the Protestant religion, and the English liberties. / Both written by Benjamin Bird, Rector of Wotton Fits Pain, near Lyme Regis in the county of Dorset. ; Licensed according to order.Bird, Benjamin.N00464EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Blood will out. Or. An example of justice in the tryal, condemnation, confession and execution of Thomas Lutherland, who barbously murthered the body of John Clark of Philadelphia, and was executed at Salem in West-Jarsey [sic] the 23d of February, 1691/2.N00465EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief answer to two papers procured from Friends in Maryland, the one concerning Thomas Budds favouring John Lynam, &c. the other concerning his owning George Keith's principles and doctrines.Budd, Thomas, d. 1698.N00466EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A just rebuke to several calumnies, lyes & slanders reported against Thomas Budd.Budd, Thomas, d. 1698.N00467EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An epistle of tender love and brotherly advice to all the churches of Christ throughout the world. Who are gathered into the one living faith and walk in the light, and therein have their fellowship one with another. / From a friend and brother in the same fellowship, who hath long travailed and still travails for Zions prosperity, and for the gathering Zions children out of Aegypt and darkness, that they may walk and dwell in the light of Zions Saviour, which is Christ, the Lord, whose outward name is, Stephen Crisp.Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692.N00468EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A faithful warning & exhortation to Friends to beware of seducing spirits, and to keep on the armour of light, in sincerity and simplicity, as their best armour in all tryals written by a lover of sincerity, and traveller for Sion's redemption, and for the removing of all oppresions from off the souls of them who have believed, Stephen Crisp.Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692.N00469EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An Expostulation with Thomas Lloyd, Samuell Jenings, and the rest of the twenty eight unjust judges and signers of the paper of condemnation against George Keith and the rest of his Friends. And complaint for a publick hearing and tryal before all impartial people.N00470EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An Appeal from the twenty eight judges to the spirit of truth & true judgment in all faithful Friends, called Quakers, that meet at this Yearly Meeting at Burlington, the 7 month, 1692.N00475EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Christian faith of the people of God, called in scorn, Quakers in Rhode-Island (who are in unity with all faithfull brethren of the same profession in all parts of the world) vindicated from the calumnies of Christian Lodowick, that formerly was of that profession, but is lately fallen there-from. And also from the base forgeries, and wicked slanders of Cotton Mather, called a Minister, at Boston ... : To which is added, some testimonies of our antient Friends to the true Christ of God; collected out of their printed books, for the further convincing of our opposers, that it is (and hath been) our constant and firm belief to expect salvation by the man Christ Jesus that was outwardly crucified without the gates of Jerusalem.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00476EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discovery of the mystery of iniquity & hypocrisie acting and ruling in Hugh Derborough.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00477EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fundamental truths of Christianity briefly hinted at, by way of question and answer.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00478EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some of the fundamental truths of Christianity. Briefly hinted at, by way of question and answer. With a postscript by the author G.K.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00479EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A serious appeal to all the more sober, impartial & judicious people in New-England to whose hands this may come, whether Cotton Mather in his late address, &c. hath not extreamly failed in proving the people call'd Quakers guilty of manifold heresies, blasphemies and strong delusions, and whether he hath not much rather proved himself extreamly ignorant and greatly possessed with a spirit of perversion, error, prejudice and envious zeal against them in general, and G.K. in particular, in his most uncharitable and rash judgment against him. : Together with a vindication of our Christian faith in those things sincerely believed by us, especially respecting the fundamental doctrines and principles of Christian religion. / By George Keith.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00480EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some reasons and causes of the late seperation that hath come to pass at Philadelphia betwixt us, called by some the seperate meeting, and others that meet apart from us. : More particularly opened to vindicate and clear us and our testimony in that respect, viz. That the seperation lyeth at their door, and they (and not vve) are justly chargeable with it. : With apology for the present publication of these things. : [Twelve lines of Scripture texts]N00481EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A testimony against that false & absurd opinion which some hold, viz. that all true believers and saints immediately after the bodily death attain to all the resurrection they expect, and enter into the fullest enjoyment of happiness. And also that the wicked, immediately after death, are raised up to receive all the punishment they are to expect. Together with a Scriptural account of the resurrection of the dead, day of judgment, and Christ's last coming and appearance without us. Also, where, and what those heavens are into which the man Christ is gone, and entered into. / By George Keith.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00482EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A True copy of three judgments given forth by a party of men, called Quakers at Philadelphia, against George Keith and his friends. With two answers to the said judgments.N00483EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Truth and innocency defended against calumny and defamation, in a late report spread abroad concerning the revolution of humane souls, with a further clearing of the truth, by a plain explication of my sence, &c. / By George Keith.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00484EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A vision concerning the mischievous seperation [sic] among Friends in Old England.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00485EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
False judgments reprehended: and a just reproof to Tho. Everndon, and his associates and fellow-travellers, for the false and rash judgment T.E. gave against G.K. and his faithful Friends and brethren, at the publick meeting at Philadelphia, the 27. of 10. mon. 1692. And also for their bringing with them their paquet of letters (Saul-like to Damascus) containing the false judgment of a faction of men calling themselves the Yearly-Meeting at Tredaven in Maryland the 4 of 8. mon 92. And another false judgement contained in another letter from William Richardson, all which will return upon their own heads.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00486EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The plea of the innocent against the false judgment of the guilty being a vindication of George Keith and his friends, who are joyned with him in this present testimony, from the false judgment, calumnies, false informations and defamations of Samuel Jenings, John Simcock, Thomas LLoyd, and others joyned with them, being in number twenty eight. : Directed by way of epistle to faithful friends of truth in Pennsilvania, East and West-Jarsey, and else-where as occasion requireth. : [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00487EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief and true narrative of some remarkable passages relating to sundry persons afflicted by witchcraft, in Salem Village: which happened from the nineteenth of March, to the fifth of April, 1692. / Collected by Deodat Lawson.Lawson, Deodat.N00488EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great day of judgment; handled in a sermon preached at the assizes at New-Bristol. Octob. 7. 1687. By the Reverend and learned Samuel Lee. M.A. sometimes Fellow of Wadham Colledge in Oxon. ; Accompany'd with Preparatory meditations, upon the day of judgment; by Mr. Cotton Mather.Lee, Samuel, 1625-1691.N00490EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The charter granted by Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, to the inhabitants of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England.Massachusetts.N00492EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several acts and laws passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New England. Convened and held at Boston, the eighth day of June. 1692. Anno regni Gulielmi, et Mariae, regis and reginae Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, quarto.Massachusetts.N00493EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusets-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston, the eighth day of June, 1692. And continued by adjournment, unto Wednesday the twelfth day of October following: being the second sessions. Anno regni Gulielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, quarto.Massachusetts.N00494EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency the governour. Whereas it hath been of absolute necessity, that a certain number of men should be impressed, for the service of Their Majesties, in defence of this their province, both at sea and land, against the common enemy. And that some persons employed therein, have passed the bounds of their duty, and my order, by putting the same in execution in a violent and disorderly manner ... Given at Boston, and dated the 27th day of July, 1692.Massachusetts. Governor (1692-1695 : Phips).N00495EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the governour, Council, and representatives, convened in a Great and General Court, or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay: held at Boston the 8th of June. 1692. It having pleased Almighty God, in his rich mercy to preserve the persons of Their Majesties, and to continue peace with their three kingdoms ... It is ordered, that Thursday, the fourteenth day of July next, be kept as a day of solemn thanksgiving to God ...Massachusetts. Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet).N00496EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Blessed unions. An union with the son of God by faith. And, an union in the church of God by love, importunately pressed; in a discourse which makes divers offers, for those unions; together with a copy of those articles, where-upon a most happy union, has been lately made between those two eminent parties in England, which have now changed the names of Presbyterians, and Congregationals, for that of United Brethren. / By Cotton Mather ; [Six lines from Mead]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00497EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A midnight cry an essay for our awakening out of that sinful sleep, to which we are at this time too much disposed; and for our discovering of what peculiar things there are in this time, that are for our awakening. In a discourse given on a day of prayer, kept by the North-Church in Boston. 1692. / By Cotton Mather. ; Now published for the use of that church, together with a copy of acknowledgments and protestations made in pursuance of the reformation, whereto we are to be awakened. ; [One line of Latin text]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00498EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Optanda. Good men described, and good things propounded. A serious consideration of two very important cases. I. What should be our spirits, and II. What should be our studies, that so all things may go well among us. / By Cotton Mather. ; In two sermons; whereof one, was preached unto the governour, and General Court, of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England; at their first session: June 9. 1692. ; Published by authority[.]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00499EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ornaments for the daughters of Zion. Or The character and happiness of a vertuous woman: in a discourse which directs the female-sex how to express, the fear of God, in every age and state of their life; and obtain both temporal and eternal blessedness. / Written by Cotton Mather ; [Four lines in Latin from Tertullian, followed by a six line translation into English]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00500EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Monthly observations and predictions, for this present year, 1692. With astrological judgments on the whole year. All taken from Mr. Patridge's almanack: to which is added, an account of a plot which was lately discovered in England: and which was foretold by the said John Patridge, in his this years almanack. : Published for general satisfaction.Partridge, John, 1644-1715.N00501EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To the representatives of the free-men of this province of Pennsilvania and counties annexed, in Assembly conven'd at Philadelphia the 10th of the 3d moneth, 1692.N00502EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Admiral Russel's letter to the Earl of Nottingham: containing an exact and particular relation of the late happy victory and success against the French fleet. : Published by authority[.]Orford, Edward Russell, Earl of, 1653-1727.N00503EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some miscellany observations on our present debates respecting witchcrafts, in a dialogue between S. & B. / By P.E. and J.A.Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00505EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Narrative of an attempt made by the French of Canada upon the Mohaques country being Indians under the protection of Their Majesties government of New-York. To which is added, I. An account of the present state and strength of Canada, given by two Dutch-men, who have been prisoners there, and now made their escape. 2. The examination of a French prisoner 3 His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher's speech to the Indians. 4. The answer of the five nations of the Mohaques to His Excellency. 5. Proposals made by the four chief sachims of the five nations, to His Excellency. And His Excellency's reply thereto. 6. An address from the corporation of Albany to His Excellency, returning thanks for His Excellency's early assistance for their relief, &c.N00506EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Signs of apostacy lamented.Bosworth, Benjamin, 1615?-1700.N00507EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Earthquakes explained and practically improved: occasioned by the late earthquake on Sept. 8. 1692. in London, many other parts in England, and beyond sea. / By Thomas Doolittle, M.A. The author also of the treatise on the Lords-Supper. ; Jamaica's miseries shew London's mercies. Both compared.Doolittle, Thomas, 1632?-1707.N00508EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A confession of faith, in the most necessary things of Christian doctrine, faith and practice. According to the testimony of Holy Scriptures. Given forth from the Yearly Meeting at Burlington the 7th of 7th moneth, 1692. By the despised Christian people, called Quakers.Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.N00509EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An exhortation & caution to friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes.Society of Friends. Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.N00510EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A testimony and caution to such as do make a profession of truth, who are in scorn called Quakers, and more especially such as profess to be Ministers of the Gospel of Peace, that they should not be concerned in worldly government.Society of Friends. Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.N00511EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The heresie and hatred which has falsly [sic] charged upon the innocent justly returned upon the guilty. Giving some brief and impartial account of the most material passages of a late dispute in writing, that hath passed at Philadelphia betwixt John Delavall and George Keith, with some intermixt remarks and observations on the whole.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00513EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New-England's spirit of persecution transmitted to Pennsilvania, and the pretended Quaker found persecuting the true Christrian-Quaker, in the tryal of Peter Boss, George Keith, Thomas Budd, and William Bradford, at the sessions held at Philadelphia the nineth, tenth and twelfth days of December, 1692. Giving an account of the most arbitrary procedure of that court.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00514EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ's fidelity the only shield against Satans malignity. Asserted in a sermon delivered at Salem-village, the 24th of March, 1692. Being lecture-day there, and a time of public examination, of some suspected for witchcraft. / By Deodat Lawson, formerly Preacher of the Gospel there. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Lawson, Deodat.N00515EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty & property of a religious housholder [sic] opened in a sermon delivered at Charlestown, on Lords Day December. 25. 1692. / By Deodat Lawson, Preacher of the Gospel. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Lawson, Deodat.N00516EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The library of the late Reverend and learned Mr. Samuel Lee. Containing a choice variety of books upon all subjects; particularly, comentaries on the Bible; bodies of divinity. The works as well of the ancient, as of the modern divines; treatises on the mathemeticks, in all parts: history, antiquities; natural philosophy physick, and chymistry; with grammar and school-books. With many more choice books not mentioned in this catalogue. : Exposed at the most easy rates, to sale, by Duncan Cambell, bookseller at the dock-head over-against the conduit.Campbell, Duncan, d. 1702.N00517EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusets-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston the eighth day of June, 1692, and continued by several adjournments unto Wednesday the eighth of February following, being the third sessions. Anno regni, Gulielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae quarto, et quinto.Massachusetts.N00519EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An act passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusets-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston the eighth day of June, 1692, and continued by several adjournments unto Thursday the second of March following, being the fourth sessions. Anno regni, Gulielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae quinto.Massachusetts.N00520EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Convened and held at Boston, the thirty-first day of May. 1693. Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hibernaie, quinto.Massachusetts.N00521EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston, the thirty-first day of May. 1693. And continued by adjournment unto Thursday the sixth day of July following: being the second sessions. Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotia, Franciae, et Hiberniae, quinto.Massachusetts.N00522EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Convened and held at Boston, the eight [sic] day of November. 1693. Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, quinto.Massachusetts.N00523EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The day, & the work of the day. A brief discourse, on what fears we may have at this time to quicken us; what hopes there are at this time to comfort us: and what prayers would be likely to turn our prayers into hopes. With reflections upon time and state, now come upon the Church of God, and collections of certain prophecies relating to the present circumstances of New-England. Uttered on a fast, kept in Boston, July 6th. 1693. / By Cotton Mather.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00524EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Rules for the Society of Negroes. 1693.Society of Negroes.N00525EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Unum necessarium awakenings for the unregenerate. Or, The nature and necessity of regeneration. Handled in a discourse designed for the service of any that may be thereby assisted in the grand concern of conversion unto God; but especially the rising generation. : With an addition of some other sermons relating to that important subject. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Five lines from Ezekiel]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00526EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Warnings from the dead. Or Solemn admonitions unto all people; but especially unto young persons to beware of such evils as would bring them to the dead. / By Cotton Mather. ; In two discourses, occasioned by a sentence of death, executed on some unhappy malefactors. ; Together with the last confession, made by a young woman, who dyed on June 8. 1693. One of these malefactors.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00527EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Winter-meditations directions how to employ the liesure [sic] of the winter for the glory of God. : Accompanied with reflections, as well historical, as theological, not only upon the circumstances of the winter, but also, upon the notable works of God, both in, creation, and providence: especially those, which more immediately concern every particular man, in the whole course of his life: and upon the religious works, wherewith every man should acknowledge God, in and from the accidents of the winter. / By Cotton Mather. ; With a preface of the Reverend, Mr. John Higginson.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00528EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The wonders of the invisible world. Observations as well historical as theological, upon the nature, the number, and the operations of the devils. : Accompany'd with, I. Some accounts of the grievous molestations, by daemons and witchcrafts, which have lately annoy'd the countrey; and the trials of some eminent malefactors executed upon occasion thereof: with several remarkable curiosities therein occurring. II. Some councils, directing a due improvement of the terrible things, lately done, by the unusual & amazing range of evil spirits, in our neighbourhood: & the methods to prevent the wrongs which those evil angels may intend against all sorts of people among us; especially in accusations of the innocent. III. Some conjectures upon the great events, likely to befall, the world in general, and New-England in particular; as also upon the advances of the time, when we shall see better dayes. IV. A short narrative of a late outrage committed by a knot of witches in Swedeland, very much resembling, and so far explaining, that under which our parts of America have laboured! V. The Devil discovered: in a brief discourse upon those temptations, which are the more ordinary devices of the Wicked One. / By Cotton Mather.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00530EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Cases of conscience concerning evil spirits personating men, witchcrafts, infallible proofs of guilt in such as are accused with that crime. All considered according to the Scriptures, history, experience, and the judgment of many learned men. / By Increase Mather, president of Harvard College, at Cambridge, and teacher of a church at Boston in New-England. ; [Six lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00531EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great blessing, of primitive counsellours. Discoursed in a sermon, preached in the audience of the governour, Council, and representatives, of the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New-England. May 31st. 1693. Being the day for the election of counsellours, in that province. / By Increase Mather. President of Harvard Colledge in Cambridge, and teacher of a church at Boston, in New-England. ; [One line epigram in Latin]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00532EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The judgment of several eminent divines of the Congregational way. Concerning a pastors power. Occasionally to exert ministerial acts in another church, besides that which is his own particular flock.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00533EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The spirit of man: or, Some meditations (by way of essay) on the sense of that Scripture. I. Thes. 5.23 And the very God of peace sanctifie you wholly, and I pray God, your whole spirit, and soul, and body, be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Chrst. By Charles Morton, Minister of the Gospel at Charlstown in New-England. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Morton, Charles, 1627-1698.N00534EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Province of New-York, ss. Anno regni Gulielmi & Mariae, Regis & Reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, quinto. An act for restraining and punishing privateers and pyrates.New York (State).N00535EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Anno Regni Gulielmi & Mariae, regis & reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, quinto. On the tenth day of September, 1692. in the fifth year of Their Majesties reign this act passed at the city of New-York. : An act for restraining and punishing privateers and pyrates.New York (State).N00536EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An act for granting to Their Majesties the rate of one penny per pound upon all the r[oyal] and personal estates within this province of New-York, &c. To be allowed unto His Excellency the governour, for the care of the province, November the 12th, 1692.New York (State).N00537EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Anno regni Gulielmi & Mariae, Regis & Reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, quinto. on the 10th of April, anno Domini 1694 [i.e., 1693]. An act for raising six thousand pound for the payment of three hundred volunteers, and their officers, to be imployed in the re-inforcement of the frontiers of this province at Albany, from the first of May next, to the first of May then next following, in the year of our Lord 1694.New York (State).N00538EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York ... A proclamation. ... I do hereby strictly prohibit the breaking of the Lord's Day, all prophane swearing, cursing, drunkenness, idleness and unlawful gaming ... Given under my hand at Philadelphia the 29th day of April, 1693.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00540EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York ... To all officers and ministers ecclesiastical and civil ... Whereas I am credibly informed that the son of Warner Wessels, and husband of Antie Christians ... were taken into Salley, where they are now in miserable slavery ... Given under my hand and seal at Fort William Henry the 8th day of June, 1693. ...New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00541EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York ... A proclamation. ... the General Assembly aforesaid summoned and called to sit at New-York on the four and twentieth day of October last past, and till now in being, are hereby dissolved. ... Given at Fort William Henry the 27th day of July ... 1693.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00543EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency, Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour-in-chief of Their Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation. Province of New York, ss. Whereas, there is actual war between our Sovereign Lord and Lady, William and Mary ... and the French King. ... I have received information that the French have designed a squadron of ships, with land forces, against the province of New York. ... Given at Fort William Henry, the 25th day of August, 1693 annoq. regni Regis et Reginae Gulielmi & Mariae Angliae, &c., quinto.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00544EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A catalogue of fees established by the governour and Council at the humble request of the Assembly[.]New York (State).N00545EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of several passages and letters between His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsylvania, county of New-Castle &c. commissionated by Their Majesties under the Great Seal of England, to be their lieut. and commander in chief of the militia, and of all forces by sea and land within Their Majesties collony of Connecticut, and of all forts and places of strength within the same. And the present administrators of the laws in the collony of Connecticut, in the month of October, 1693.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00546EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of Their Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation. ... Given under my hand and seal at arms, at Fort William Henry the eight [sic] day of November, 1693. ...New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00547EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governor in chief of Their Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation. Whereas I am given to understand that sundry souldiers and marriners have deserted Their Majesties service ... Given under my hand and seal at Fort William Henry, the thirteenth day of November, 1693. ...New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00548EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher ... The humble address of the mayor, recorder, alder-men and commonality of their majesties city of New-York, conven'd in Common Council. ...New York (N.Y.). Common Council.N00549EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Anno regni Gulielmi & Mariae, regis & reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, quinto. An act for granting to King William and Queen Mary the rate of one penny per pound upon the clear value of all the real and personal estates, and six shillings per head upon such as are not otherwise rated by this act. To be imployed by the governour of this province of Pennsylvania and territories thereof, for the time being, towards the support of this government.Pennsylvania.N00550EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governor in chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, country of New-Castle, & the territories and tracts of land thereon depending, in America, and vice-admiral of the same. The address of some of the peaceable and well affected free-holders and inhabitants of the town and county of Philadelphia.N00551EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A paraphrastical exposition on a letter from a gentleman in Philadelphia to his friend in Boston concerning a certain person who compared himself to Mordecai.Phillips, John.N00552EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The second Spira: being a fearful example of an atheist, who had apostatized from the Christian religion, and died in dispair at Westminster, Decemb. 8. 1692. : With an account of his sickness, convictions, discourses with friends, and ministers; and of his dreadful expressions and blasphemies when he left the world. : As also, a letter from an atheist of his acquaintance, with his answer to it. : Publish'd for an example to others, & recommeded [sic] to all young persons, to settle them in their religion. / By J.S., a minister of the Church of England, a frequent visitor of him during his whole sickness.Sault, Richard, d. 1702.N00553EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctrine of the covenant of redemption. Wherein is laid the foundation of all our hopes and happiness. Briefly opened and improved. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines from Psalms]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00556EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Rules for the discerning of the present times. Recommended to the people of God, in New-England. In a sermon preached on the lecture in Boston; November 27th. 1692. / By Samuel Willard. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00557EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Their Majesties colony of Connecticut in New-England vindicated, from the abuses of a pamphlet, licensed and printed at New-York 1694. Intituled, Some seasonable considerations for the good people of Connecticut. : By an answer thereunto. : [Six lines of Scripture texts]Allyn, John, d. 1696.N00558EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some seasonable considerations for the good people of Connecticut[.]Bulkeley, Gershom, 1636-1713.N00560EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Truth advanced in the correction of many gross & hurtful errors; wherein is occasionally opened & explained many great and peculiar mysteries and doctrines of the Christian religion. / By George Keith. ; Whereunto is added, a chronological treatise of the several ages of the world ...Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00561EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to George Keith's libel. Against a catechism published, by Francis Makemie. To which is added, by way of postscript. A brief narrative of a late difference among the Quakers, begun at Philadelphia.Makemie, Francis, 1658-1708.N00564EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston, the eighth day of November, 1693. And continued by adjournment unto Wednesday the fourteenth day of February following: being the second sessions. Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hibernaie, sexto.Massachusetts.N00565EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Convened and held at Boston, on Wednesday the thirtieth of May. 1694. : Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, sexto.Massachusetts.N00566EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston, the thirtieth day of May, 1694. And continued by adjournment unto Wednesday the fifth day of September following: being the second sessions. Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, sexto.Massachusetts.N00567EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston, the thirtieth day of May, 1694. And continued by adjournments unto Tuesday the sixteenth day of October following: being the third sessions. Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, sexto.Massachusetts.N00568EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Early religion. Urged in a sermon. the duties, wherein, and the reasons wherefore, young people should become religious. Whereto are added, the extracts of several papers, written by several persons, who are dying in their youth, left behind them those admonitions for the young survivers; with brief memoirs relating to the exemplary lives of some such, that have gone from hence to their everlasting rest. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00569EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The short history of New-England. A recapitulation of wonderful passages which have occurr'd, first in the protections, and then in the afflictions, of New-England. : With a representation of certain matters calling for the singular attention of that country. Made at Boston-lecture, in the audience of the great and General Assembly of the province of the Massachusett-Bay, June 7. 1694. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Four lines from Samuel]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00570EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief narrative of the success which the Gospel hath had, among the Indians, of Martha's-Vineyard (and the places adjacent) in New-England. With some remarkable curiosities, concerning the numbers, the customes, and the present circumstances of the Indians on that island. Further explaning [sic] and confirming the account given of those matters, by Mr. Cotton Mather in the Life of the renowned Mr. John Eliot. / By Matthew Mayhew. ; Whereto is added, an account concerning the present state of Christianity among the Indians, in other parts of New-England: expressed in the letters of several worthy persons, best acquainted therewithall.Mayhew, Matthew, 1648-1710.N00571EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the treaty between His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, &c and the Indians of the Five Nations, viz. the Mohaques, Oneydes, Onnondages, Cajonges and Sennekes at Albany, beginning the 13th day of August, 1694.Five Nations.N00572EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The laws & acts of the General Assembly for Their Majesties province of New-York, as they were enacted in divers sessions, the first of which began April, the 9th, annoq; Domini, 1691.New York (State).N00573EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Anno regni Gulielmi & Mariae, Regis & Regina, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberna [sic], sexto. The 24th of March, anno Dom. 1694[/]5 [i.e., 1693/4].New York (State).N00574EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fourth Assembly, second sessions: beginning the 4th day of October, and ending the 23d of the same, anno regni Regis & Regina Gulielmi & Mariae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, sexto.New York (State).N00575EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The charter of the city of New-York.New York (N.Y.).N00576EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A short catechism composed by Mr. James Noyes, late teacher of the Church of Christ of Newbury, in New-England. ; For the use of the children there.Noyes, James, 1608-1656.N00577EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A present to be given to teeming women, by their husbands, or friends. Containing directions for women with child. How to prepare for the hour of travail. : Written first for the private use of a gentlewoman of quality: and now published for the common good. / By John Oliver, less than the least of all saints[.] ; [Seven lines from Genesis]Oliver, John, 1601-1661.N00578EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The character of a good ruler. As it was recommended in a sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, and the Honourable Counsellors, and Assembly of the Representatives of the province of Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. On May 30. 1694. Which was the day for election of councellors for that province. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston.Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00581EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The law established by the Gospel or, A brief discourse, wherein is asserted and declared, the great honour which is put upon the law of God, in the Gospel way of justification be faith alone. Being the substance of a sermon preached on the lecture in Boston, September 20. 1694. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church there. ; [Three lines from Matthew]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00582EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Reformation the great duty of an afflicted people. Setting forth the sin and danger there is in neglecting of it, under the continued and repeated judgments of God. : Being the substance of what was preached on a solemn day of humiliation kept by the Third Gathered Church in Boston, on August. 23d. 1694. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of the said church. ; [Four lines from Zechariah]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00583EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The psalms hymns and spiritual songs, of the Old and New-Testament, faithfully translated into English metre. ; For the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private: especially in New-England. ; [Eight lines of Scripture references and texts]N00584EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Earthquake. Naples; September 21. 1694. We have now received a more particular account of the earthquake that lately happened in this kingdom. ...N00585EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Their Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston the thirtieth day of May, 1694. And continued by several adjournments unto Wednesday the twenty seventh day of February following: being the fourth sessions. Anno regni Guilielmi, et Mariae, regis et reginae, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, septimo.Massachusetts.N00588EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun and held at Boston, on Wednesday the twenty-ninth of May. 1695. Anno regni Guilielmi, tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, septimo.Massachusetts.N00589EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston the twenty-ninth day of May, 1695. And continued by adjournment until Wednesday the fourteenth of August following. Anno regni Guilielmi, tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, septimo.Massachusetts.N00590EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston the twenty-ninth day of May, 1695. And continued by several adjournments until Wednesday the twentieth of November following. Anno regni Guilielmi tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, septimo.Massachusetts.N00591EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Durable riches. Two brief discourses, occasioned by the impoverishing blast of heaven, which the undertakings of men, both by sea and land, have met withal. : The one, handling, the true cause of loosing; the other, giving, the true way of thriving. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Four lines of quotations in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00592EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Help for distressed parents. Or, Counsels & comforts for godly parents afflicted with ungodly children; and warnings unto children to beware of all those evil courses, which would be afflictive unto their parents. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00593EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Johannes in eremo. Memoirs, relating to the lives, of the ever-memorable, Mr. John Cotton, who dyed, 23.d. 10.m. 1652. Mr. John Norton, who dyed, 5.d. 2.m. 1663. Mr. John Wilson, who dyed, 7.d. 6.m. 1667. Mr. John Davenport, who dyed, 15.d. 1.m. 1670. Reverend and renowned ministers of the Gospel, all, in the more immediate service of one church, in Boston; and Mr. Thomas Hooker, who dyed, 7.d. 5.m. 1647. Pastor of the church at Hartford; New-England. / Written, by Cotton Mather. ; [Three lines of Latin quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00594EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoria Wilsoniana. Or, Some dues unto the memory of the truly Reverend & renowned Mr. John Wilson, the first Pastor of Boston: who expired August. 7. 1667. Aged, 79. Paid by Cotton Mather. ; [Two lines of Latin quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00595EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Observanda. The life and death of the late Q. Mary. : Prefaced, with some observations upon the turns of divine Providence, now bringing of mighty changes, upon the world. : Whereto is added, the address of condolenee [sic], made unto His Majesty, by the nonconformist ministers, on the decease of that illustrious queen.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00596EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Solemn advice to young men, not to walk in the wayes of their heart, and in the sight of their eyes; but to remember the Day of Judgment. / By Increase Mather, praesident of Harvard Colledge in Cambridge, & preacher of the Gospel at Boston, in New-England. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00597EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The answer of several ministers in and near Boston, to that case of conscience, whether it is lawful for a man to marry his wives own sister?Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00598EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Truth held forth and maintained according to the testimony of the holy prophets, Christ and his apostles recorded in the Holy Scriptures. With some account of the judgements of the Lord lately inflicted upon New-England by witch craft. : To which is added, something concerning the fall of Adam, his state in the fall, and way of restoration to God again, with many other weighty things, necessary for people to weigh and consider. / Written in true love to the souls of my neighbours, and all men, which includeth that love to them, as to my self, by Thomas Maule.Maule, Thomas, 1645-1724.N00599EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fifth Assembly, first sessions, beginning the 20th day of June, and ending the 4th of July, anno regni Regis Gulielmi, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, septimo.New York (State).N00600EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The sixth Assembly, first sessions: beginning the first day of October, and ending the 26th of the same, anno regni Regis Gulielmi, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, septimo.New York (State).N00601EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of Their Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas I have found the detaching of the inhabitants of this province, for defence of the fronteers, hath been a grievous burthen ... Given at Fort William Henry the two and twentieth day of April, 1695. Annoq; regni Regis & Reginae, Gulielmi & Mariae, Angliae, &c. septimo.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00602EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas I am informed that there are French privateers coming upon this coast, I have ordered His Majesty's ship, the Richmond, to cruise, for the defence of this province. ... Dated the sixth day of June ... annoq; Domini 1695.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00603EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A journal of the House of Representatives for His Majesties province of New-York in America begun the 20th day of June, in the seventh year of His Majesties reign, annoq; Dom. 1695.New York (State). General Assembly.N00604EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mrs. Judith Hull, of Boston, in N.E. daughter of Mr. Edmund Quincey; late wife of John Hull Esq. deceased.Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.N00605EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mans extremity, Gods opportunity. Or, A display of Gods sovereign grace, in saving a people whose recovery, as to men and means is next to desperate: as it was delivered in a sermon preached before the Honourable lieutenant governour, & counsellors, and the assembly of representatives of the province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England. On May 29. 1695. Which was the day for election of counsellors for that province. / By the Reverend Mr. Samuel Torrey, Pastor of the church in Weymouth. ; [One line from Isaiah]Torrey, Samuel, 1632-1707.N00606EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Anno regni Gulielmi III. regis. Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, septimo & octavo. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the two and twentieth day of November, anno Dom. 1695. In the seventh year of the reign of our sovereign Lord William the Third, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c.England and Wales.N00608EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A journal of what passed in the expedition of His Excellency Col. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, &c. to Albany, to renew the covenant chain with the five canton nations of Indians, the Mohaques, Oneydes, Onondages, C[...]es and Sinnekes.Jamison, David, 1660-1739.N00609EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter of advice to a young gentleman leaving the university concerning his behaviour and conversation in the world. By R.L.Lingard, R. (Richard), 1598?-1670.N00611EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun & held at Boston the twenty-ninth day of May, 1695. And continued by several adjournments until Wednesday the twenty-sixth of February following. Anno regni Guilielmi tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, octavo.Massachusetts.N00612EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun and held at Boston on Wednesday the twenty-seventh of May, 1696. Anno regni Guilielmi tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, octavo.Massachusetts.N00613EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts & laws, passed by the Great & General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston the twenty-seventh day of May, 1696. And continued by adjournment until Wednesday the sixteenth of September following. Anno regni Guilielmi tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, octavo.Massachusetts.N00614EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun at Boston the twenty-seventh of May, 1696. And continued by several adjournments until Wednesday the eighteenth of November following. Anno regni Guilielmi tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, octavo.Massachusetts.N00615EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. By the Honourable, the lieutenant governour, &c. Council & Assembly: convened at Boston, upon Wednesday the 27th. of May. 1696. ... For better encouragement to prosecute the French and Indian enemy, &c. ...Massachusetts. Lieutenant Governor (1692-1701 : Stoughton).N00616EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Christian thank-offering. A brief discourse on the returns of gratitude & obedience whereto men are obliged, by the mercies of God. Made on a solemn thanksgiving, kept in a private meeting of Christians, on the occasion of some deliverances. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Five lines of quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00617EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A good master well served. A brief discourse on the necessary properties & practices of a good servant in every-kind of servitude: and of the methods that should be taken by the heads of a family, to obtain such a servant. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two lines from Joel]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00618EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Things for a distress'd people to think upon. Offered in the sermon to the General Assembly of the province, of the Massachusetts Bay, at the anniversary election. May, 27. 1696. Wherein, I. the condition of the future, as well as the former times, in which we are concerned, is considered. II. A narrative of the late wonderful deliverance, of the King, and the three kingdoms, & all the English dominions, is endeavoured. III. A relation, of no less than seven miracles, within this little while wrought by the Almighty Lord Jesus Christ, for the confirmation of our hopes, that some glorious works, for the welfare of his church, are quickly to be done, is annexed. / By Cotton Mather.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00619EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Angelographia, or A discourse concerning the nature and power of the holy angels, and the great benefit which the true fearers of God receive by their ministry: delivered in several sermons: : to which is added, a sermon concerning the sin and misery of the fallen angels: also, a disquisition concerning angelical-apparitions. / By Increase Mather, praesident of Harvard Colledge, in Cambridge, and preacher of the Gospel at Boston, in New-England. ; [Two lines from Hebrews]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00620EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fifth Assembly, third sessions. Beginning the 25th day of March, and ending the 24th day of April, anno regni Regis Gulielmi nunc Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, sexto [i.e., octavo].New York (State).N00621EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts made the 5th Assembly, 4th session. Beginning the 15th day of October, and ending the 3rd day of November, following, anno regni Regis Gulielmi tirtia [sic] Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, octavo.New York (State).N00622EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas I have received the joyful news of the safe arrival of our Most Excellent Sovereign Lord, William the Third ... Thursday, the sixteenth instant, for the city and county of New-York, and three and twentieth instant for the city and county of Albany and the rest of the counties of the said province, to be observed and celebrated publick days of thanks-giving ... Dated at His Majesties Fort in New-York the ninth day of January ... annoq; Domini 1695,6. ...New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00623EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas the manifold sins and transgressions that are committed against Almighty God, are a just cause of provocation ... I have therefore ... thought fit to appoint, that Fryday, the twenty seventh day of March next ensuing, be observed and kept a solemn day of fasting and humiliation throughout this province ... Given at His Majesties fort in New-York, the 27th day of February ... annoq; Domini 1695,6.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00624EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas sundry souldiers belonging to the four companies of granadeers in garrison in His Majesties forts in New York, Albany and the fronteers of this province, have lately deserted and run into the neighbouring colonies ... I do freely pardon all such as shall so return ... Given at His Majesties fort in New-York, the 27th day of February ... annoq; Domini 1695,6.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00625EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas His Majesties companies garisons on this province are very much weakened by death, sickness and desertion, which renders the fronteers in some danger ... Given under my hand at His Majesties fort in New-York, the one and twentieth day of April ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00626EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Forasmuch as sundry of His Majesties subjects ... Given under my hand at His Majesties fort in New-York, the eleventh day of May ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00627EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas I have received certain intelligence of a late horrid and detestable conspiracy, against the sacred life of our Soveraign Lord King William ... all which by the great and good province of Almighty God is wonderfully discovered and prevented ... I have therefore ... thought fit to appoint, Thursday the 4th of June next ensuing be observed and kept a [...] dy [sic] of thanks giving ... Given at His Majestys fort in New York, the 21st day of May ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00628EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to bless the inhabitants of this province ... I have therefore... thought fit to prohibit the exportation of flower, bread, wheat, or any other grain, until the first of August next ensuing. ... Given at His Majestys Fort in New-York, the 11th day of June ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00629EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas, by advice of His Majesties Council for this province upon the application of the mayor of New-York, to remove a grievance from the inhabitants (the want of bread) ... I have, with the advice of the Council, given free liberty to all persons, to export flower, bread and corn ... Given at Fort William Henry, the 2d day of July ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00630EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas for the ease and conveniency of the fuzileers that were in His Majesties service upon the fronteers of the province ... such persons as have credited the said fuzillers [sic], on account of their said pay, to bring in their tickets or accounts, to the accountant general ... Given at Fort William Henry, the first day of August, annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00631EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas I have this day received information from the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesty's Privy Council, bearing date the 20th day of April last past, that the French are making preparations by shipping, and otherwise, for an attempt on some of His Majesties plantations in America ... Given at Fort William Henry the second day of August ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00632EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas the Assembly of this province have raised a fund for the encouragement of the companys appointed by His Majesty, for the defence and security of the province ... Given at Fort William Henry the twelfth day of September ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00633EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas His Majesties service doth call for my immediate presence at Albany, to compose and settle the Indians of the Five Nations ... I ... adjourn the present Assembly from the twenty ninth day of September instant, to the fifteenth day of October next following. ... Given at Fort William Henry the twelfth day of September ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00634EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas the French and Indians of Canade have lately invaded the country of the Indians of the Five Nations ... I have therefore ... prohibited the transportation of Indian corn and pease from the county of Albany, Ulster and Dutches County, to any other county or place down the river, until the first day of April now next ensuing ... Given at Fort William Henry the twelfth day of September ... annoq; Domini 1696.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00635EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Massachusetts or The first planters of New-England, the end and manner of their coming thither, and abode there: in several epistles [Fifteen lines of quotations]N00636EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The saints victory and triumph over sin and death. As it was recommended in a sermon, preached to the artillery company at Boston, on their day for election of officers. / By Mr. Peter Thacher, Pastor of the church of Christ in Milton. ; [Two lines from Epistle to the Romans]Thacher, Peter, 1651-1727.N00637EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Unfruitful hearers detected & warned: or A discourse wherein the danger of, and by, unprofitable hearing, is laid open and cautioned against. As it was delivered, in the course of his ministry; by Mr. Nehemiah Walter, Pastor of the church in Roxborough. ; Published by some of the hearers. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Walter, Nehemiah, 1663-1750.N00640EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Kneeling to God, at parting with friends: or, The fraternal intercessory cry of faith and love: setting forth and recommending the primitive mode of taking leave / By J. Danforth, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Dorchester. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Danforth, John, 1660-1730.N00642EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Copy of the orders for repealing of several acts. At the Court at Whitehall. The 22d. day of August, 1695. Present, Their Excellencies the Lords Justices in Council.England and Wales. Lords Justices.N00643EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A remembrance of former times for this generation; and our degeneracy lamented. : The first[-second] part. [Nine lines from Jeremiah] / By W.J. Esq.W. J. (William Jameson).N00645EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
London Septemb. 27. Yesterday morning arrived three Holland mails, which bring the following advices.N00648EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun and held at Boston on Wednesday the twenty-sixth of May, 1697. Anno regni Guilielmi Tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, nono.Massachusetts.N00649EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun and held at Boston the twenty-sixth of May, 1697. And continued by several prorogations until Wednesday the thirteenth of October following: being the third session. Anno Regni Guilielmi tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, nono.Massachusetts.N00650EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ecclesiastes. The life of the Reverend & Excellent Jonathan Mitchel; a Pastor of the church, and a glory of the colledge [sic], in Cambridge, New-England. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00651EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Faith at work. A brief and plain essay, upon certain articles of the Gospel, most necessary to be understood by every Christian: to wit, the nature, the order, and the necessity of the good works, by which the faith of a Christian is to be evidenced. : [Two lines in Latin from Luther]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00652EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
[Terribilia Dei. Remarkable judgements of God, on several sorts of offenders, in several scores of instances; among the people of New-England. Observed, collected, related, and improved; in two sermons, at Boston-lecture in the month of July 1697]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00653EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The thoughts of a dying man. A faithful report of matters uttered by many, in the last minutes of their lives. : And, a solemn warning unto all, to conform their lives, unto the belief of such unquestionable matters. : [Five lines of quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00654EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The way to excel. Meditations, awakened by the death of the Reverend Mr. Joshua Moodey; with some short character of that eminent person: who slept in Jesus, 4d. 5.m. 1697. In the sixty fifth year of his age. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Six lines from Joshua]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00655EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A case of conscience concerning eating of blood, considered and answered.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00656EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning the uncertainty of the times of men, and the necessity of being prepared for sudden changes & death. Delivered in a sermon preached at Cambridge in New England. Decemb. 6. 1696. On occasion of the sudden death of two scholars belonging to Harvard Colledge. / By Increase Mather, praesident of that colledge. ; [Two lines from I Samuel]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00657EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A dead faith anatomized. A discourse on the nature, and the danger, with the deadly symptoms of a dead faith in those who profess the faith of Christ. / By Samuel Mather, Pastor of the church at Windsor, in the colony of Connecticut. ; [One line epigram in Latin]Mather, Samuel, 1651-1728.N00658EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Nevv-England pesecutors [sic] mauld vvith their own vveapons. Giving some account of the bloody laws made at Boston against the Kings subjects that dissented from their way of worship. : Together with a brief account of the imprisonment and tryal of Thomas Maule of Salem, for publishing a book, entituled, Truth held forth and maintained, &c. / By Theo. Philathes. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Maule, Thomas, 1645-1724.N00659EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The believers happy change by dying as it was recommended in a sermon preached, on the occasion of the death of Capt. Thomas Daniel Esq. who was interred the day before, November 17th 1683. / By the Reverend Mr. Joshua Moodey, late Pastor of the Church of Christ at Portsmouth in New-England, now gone to rest. ; [Three lines from Isaiah]Moodey, Joshua, 1633?-1697.N00660EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts made the 5th Assembly, 5th sessions. Beginning the 25th of March, 1697. and ending the 22th day of April following, anno regni Regis Gulielmi tertij, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, nono.New York (State).N00661EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Coll. Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Having received the joyful news of the safe arrival of His Most Excellent Majesty, William the Third ... I have therefore thought fit ... to appoint Thursday the 22th of April next ensuing, a solemn day of thanksgiving ... Given at Fort William Henry the 25th day of March, in the ninth year of His Majesties reign annoq; Domin [sic] 1697.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00662EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Collonel Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas there is of late great scarcity of bread in the city of New-York amongst the inhabitants thereof ... I do by these presents prohibite [sic] the exportation of any wheat in grain throughout the whole province, without limitation of time ... Given at Fort William Henry the 31th day of May ... annoq; Domini 1697.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00663EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Collonel Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas the Assembly of the province have lately raised the sum of one thousand eight hundred pounds for the encouragement of the three companys of souldiers at Albany ... Given at Fort William Henry the 4th day of June ... annoq; Domini 1697.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00664EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Collonel Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. Proclamation[.] These are to publish and declare to all whom it may concern ... I have prorogued the Assembly to the twenty fifth day of March next ensuing ... Given at Fort William Henry in Council the 21th day of October ... annoq; Domini 1697.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00665EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Collonel Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas many of the souldiers of His Majesties four companys, appointed for the security and defence of this province, have deserted His Majesties service ... I have therefore thought fit ... to prohibit all persons whatsoever from harbouring or entertaining any of the said souldiers ... And all justices of the peace, sheriffs, bailiffs ... are strictly required to examine and take up all persons whatsoever, that are strangers ... Given at His Majesties fort in New York, the 4th day of November ... annoq; Domini 1697.New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00666EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Votes of the House of Representatives for His Majesties province of New-York in America.New York (State). General Assembly.N00667EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Henry Bernhard Koster, William Davis, Thomas Rutter & Thomas Bowyer, four boasting disputers of this world briefly rebuked, and answered according to their folly, which they themselves have manifested in a late pamphlet, entituled, Advise for all professors and writers.Pastorius, Francis Daniel, 1651-1719.N00668EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut at Hartford in New-England. May 13. 1697. Being the day for electing the governour, deputy governour and assistants, for that colony. : Published by authority.Saltonstall, Gurdon, 1666-1724.N00669EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Phaenomena quaedam apocalyptica ad aspectum novi orbis configurata. Or, Some few lines towards a description of the new heaven as it makes to those who stand upon the new earth by Samuel Sewall sometime Fellow of Harvard Colledge at Cambridge in New-England. ; [Ten lines of quotations]Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.N00670EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The worst enemy conquered. A brief discourse on the methods and motives to pursue a victory over those habits of sin, which war against the soul. : Delivered, on June 6th. 1698. the day for election of officers, in the Artilery-Company [sic], at Boston. / By Mr. Joseph Belcher, Pastor of the church in Dedham. ; [Two lines in Latin]Belcher, Joseph, 1669-1723.N00672EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The psalms hymns and spiritual songs, of the Old and New-Testament: faithfully translated into English metre. ; For the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private: especially in New-England. ; [Eight lines of Scripture references and texts]N00673EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Propositions made by the Five Nations of Indians, viz. the Mohaques, Oneydes, Onnondages, Cayouges & Sinnekes, to His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, capt. general and governour in chief His Majesties province of New-York, &c. in Albany, the 20th of July, anno Dom. 1698.Five Nations.N00674EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Contemplations on mortality. Wherein the terrors of death are laid open, for a warning to sinners: : And the joyes of communion with Christ for comfort to believers. / By Samuel Lee. M.A. sometime Fellow of Wadham Colledge. Oxon. ; [Seven lines of quotation]Lee, Samuel, 1625-1691.N00675EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The case put & decided by George Fox, George Whitehead, Stephen Crisp, and other the most antient & eminent Quakers, between Edward Billing on the one part, and some West-Jersians, headed by Samuell Jenings on the other part, in an award relating to the government of their province, wherein, because not molded to the pallate of the said Samuell, the light, the truth, the justice and infallibility of these great Friends are arraigned by him and his accomplices. : Also, several remarks and annimadversions on the same award, setting forth the premises. With some reflections on the sensless opposition of these men against the present governour, and their daring audatiousness in their presumptuous affecting an authority here over the parliament of England. : Published for the information of the impartial and considerate, particularly such as worship God, and profess Christianity, not in faction and hypocrisie, but in truth and sincerety. : [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.N00677EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter from a gentleman of the city of New-York to another, concerning the troubles which happen'd in that province in the time of the late happy revolution.N00678EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Loyalty vindicated from the reflections of a virulent pamphlet called (A Letter from a gentleman of New-York, concerning the troubles which happened in that province, in the time of the late happy revolution) wherein the libellous author falslely [sic] scandalises those loyal gentlemen, who couragiously threw off the absolute slavery that province then lay under; and declar'd for His present Majesty, the Protestant religion, and the English laws.N00679EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun and held at Boston on Wednesday, the twenty-fifth of May, 1698. Anno regni Guilielmi Tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, decimo.Massachusetts.N00680EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Begun and held at Boston the twenty-fifth day of May, 1698. And continued by prorogation until Tuesday the fifteenth of November following: being the second session. Anno regni Guilielmi tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, regis, decimo.Massachusetts.N00681EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Bostonian Ebenezer. Some historical remarks, on the state of Boston, the chief town of New-England, and of the English America. With some agreeable methods, for preserving and promoting, the good state of that, as well as any other town, in the like circumstances / humbly offer'd, by a native of Boston. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00682EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A good man making a good end. The life and death, of the Reverend Mr. John Baily [i.e., Bailey], comprised and expressed in a sermon, on the day of his funeral. Thursday. 16.d. 10.m. 1697. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two line epigram in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00683EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mens sana in corpore sano. A discourse upon recovery from sickness. Directing how natural health, may be improved into spiritual: especially by them that have lately recovered it. : [Five lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00684EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A pastoral letter to the English captives in Africa. From New-England.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00685EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
David serving his generation. Or, A sermon shewing what is to be done in order to our so serving our generation, as that when we dy, we shall enter into a blessed rest. (Wherein some assount is given concerning many eminent ministers of Christ at London, as well as in N.E. lastly gone to their rest.) Occasioned by the death, of the Reverend Mr. John Baily, who deceased at Boston in New-England. December 12th 1697. / By Increase Mather, president of Harvard College. ; [Three lines from Numbers]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00686EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach't at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Riscarrick. December 20th. 1698. [Five lines of quotations]Myles, Samuel, 1664-1728.N00688EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Account of the proceedings of His Excellency, the Earl of Bellomont captain general and governour of New-York, &c. and the Honourable, the Council, at an extraordinary council held in Fort William Henry, New-York the 8th day of May, 1698. Published by His Excellency's command.New York (State). Council.N00689EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Collonel Benjamin Fletcher captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas it hath graciously pleased Almighty God to crown the constant great courage and conduct of our Most gracious Soveraign Lord King William during the war, with an honourable peace ... I have therefore thought fit to appoint, that Thursday the tenth day of March next ... and Thursday the twenty fourth day of the same moneth ... be kept solemn days of thanksgiving to Almighty God ... Given at New-York, the 26th day of Februrary ... annoq; Domini 1697 [1698 N.S.]New York (State). Governor (1692-1698 : Fletcher).N00690EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earle of Bellomont captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas His Majesty by the letters patents hath appointed me captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York. &c. I have therefore thought fit ... to continue all officers civil and military within the said province ... Given at New-York, the 2d day of April ... annoq; Domini 1698.New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00691EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earle of Bellomont captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas I have thought it fit for His Majesties service, that the present Assembly of this province of New-York, be dissolved ... Given at New-York the second day of April, 1698 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00692EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earle of Bellomont captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York, &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas it is of absolute necessity for the good and prosperity of this province, that our principal and first care be in obedience to the laws of God, and the wholsome laws of England ... Given at New-York, the second day of April, 1698 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00693EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earle of Bellomont captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York. &c. A proclamation[.] Whereas I have thought fit ... to call a General Assembly ... Given at New-York the seventh day of April 1698 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00694EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas the proprietors of East-New-Jersey have been very pressing with the Right Honourable, the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, to have the priviledge of a port at Perth-Amboy ... Given at Fort William Henry the twenty fourth day of May, 1698 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00695EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas several of His Majesties subjects have of late years departed from the allegiance they owe unto His Majesty, and have thereupon confederated together, and in hostile manner have fitted out ships and vessels of war, under the pretence of going against the French ... Given at Fort William Henry the nineth day of May, 1698 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00696EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas there is nothing more evident in Holy Scriptures, than when a nation or people do with-draw their affections from God and his holy ordinances, and suffer themselves to be mis-guided by their wild and natural appetites ... I have therefore thought fit ... to publish & proclaim a solemn day of fast and prayer ... Wednesday the 26th of this instant October ... Given under my hand at Fort William Henry this sixth day of October, 1698 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00697EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas His Sacred Majesty hath of his princely bounty been pleased in a very signal manner to extend his royal care and protection to this his province and people during the late war ... Given at Fort William Henry the twenty third day of November, 1698 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00698EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
His Excellency the Earl of Bellomont his speech to the representatives of His Majesties province of New-York, the 19th of May, 1698.New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00699EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Remonstrance of several of the representatives for several counties of the province of New-York being members of the present Assembly. Offered to the consideration of the House.N00700EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To the King's Most Excellent Majesty. The humble address of His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, Your Majesties governor, and the Council & representatives of your people in Your Majesties province of New-York, conven'd in General Assembly.New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00701EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Votes of the House of Representatives for His Majesties province of New-York in America.New York (State). General Assembly.N00702EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Votes of the House of Representatives for His Majesties province of New-York in America.New York (State). General Assembly.N00703EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New-Englands duty and interest, to be an habitation of justice, and mountain of holiness. Containing doctrine, caution & comfort with something relating to the restaurations, reformations and benedictions, promised to the church and world in the latter dayes; with grounds of hope, that America in general, & New-England in particular, may have a part therein. Preached to the General Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, at the anniversary election. May, 25. 1698. / By Nicholas Noyes, teacher of the Church at Salem. ; Published by order of authority.Noyes, Nicholas, 1647-1717.N00704EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A new primmer or Methodical directions to attain the true spelling, reading & writing of English. Whereunto are added, some things necessary & useful both for the youth of this province, and likewise for those, who from foreign countries and nations come to settle amongst us. / By F.D.P. ; [Six lines of quotations]Pastorius, Francis Daniel, 1651-1719.N00705EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To the Honourable House of Representatives of this His Majesties province of New-York, in General Assembly met & convened. The humble petition of Samuell Staats, Johannes D'Peyster, Leonard Lewis and Abraham Gouverneur.N00706EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The tryal of assurance, set forth in a sermon; preached at Boston upon a lecture day. July 7th. 1698. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of the church in Northampton. ; [Two lines from 2 Peter]Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N00707EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The shorter catechism, composed by the Reverend Assembly of Divines with the proofs thereof out of the Scriptures, in words at length. Which are either some of the formerly quoted places, or others gathered from their other writings; all fitted, both of brevity & clearness, to this their form of sound words. : For the benefit of Christians in general, and of youth, and children in understanding, in particular; that they may with more ease acquaint themselves with the truth according to the Scriptures, and with the Scriptures themselves.Westminster AssemblyN00709EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Impenitent sinners warned of their misery and summoned to judgment. Delivered in two sermons: the former on the Sabbath, Nov. 6. the other on the lecture following, Nov. 10. 1698. : Occasioned by the amazing instance of a miserable creature, who stood condemned for murdering her infant begotten in whoredom. : To which are subjoyned the solemn words spoken to her, on those opportunities. : Published for the warning of others. / By Samuel Willard, Minister of the Gospel and teacher of a church in Boston, N.E. ; [Two lines from Deuteronomy]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00710EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Heaven opened, or A brief and plain discovery of the riches of Gods covenant of grace. Being the third part of Vindiciae pietatis. / By R.A.R. A. (Richard Alleine), 1611-1681.N00711EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mans self-reflection is the special means to further his recovery from his apostasy from God. Being the subject of two sermons, from Psalm 119. Verse 59. I thought on my ways, and turned my feet to thy testimonies. / By James Allen, teacher of the first gathered church in Boston.Allen, James, 1632-1710.N00712EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A manifesto or declaration, set forth by the undertakers of the new church now erected in Boston in New-England, November 17. 1699.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N00713EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gods protecting providence man's surest help and defence in the times of the greatest difficulty and most imminent danger; evidenced in the remarkable deliverance of divers persons, from the devouring waves of the sea, amongst which they suffered shipwrack. And also from the more cruelly devouring jawes of the inhumane canibals of Florida. / Faithfully related by one of the persons concerned therein, Jonathan Dickenson. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1663-1722.N00716EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Order of Their Excellencies the Lords Justices in Council, confirming several acts and laws of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, made in the years, 1694, 1695, 1696, 1697.England and Wales. Lords Justices.N00717EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Truth rescued from forgery & falshood, being an answer to a late scurrilous piece entituled The case put and decided &c. Which stole into the world without any known authors name affixed thereto, and renders it the more like it's father, who was a lyer and murtherer from the beginning. / By Samuel Jenings.Jennings, Samuel, d. 1708.N00718EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England.Massachusetts.N00720EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The charter granted by Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, to the inhabitants of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England.Massachusetts.N00721EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. By His Excellency, Richard, Earl of Bellomont ... A proclamation. ... I ... hereby command and require the strict observation of the Lords Day ... Given at the Council chamber in Boston, the twenty first day of June ... 1699.Massachusetts. Governor (1699-1700 : Bellomont).N00722EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. By the Honorable, William Stoughton Esq. Lieutenant governour and commander in chief. A proclamation[.] Whereas the ship Adventure of London ... Given at the Council chamber in Boston, the first day of April 1699. ...Massachusetts. Lieutenant Governor (1692-1701 : Stoughton).N00723EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To His Excellency, Richard, Earl of Bellomont, Baron of Coloony in the Kingdom of Ireland, governour and commander in chief of the provinces of the Massachusetts-Bay, New-York and New-Hampshire. The address of the ministers met at Boston in New England, May 31st. 1699.N00724EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Decennium luctuosum. An history of remarkable occurrences, in the long war, which New-England hath had with the Indian savages, from the year, 1688. To the year 1698. / Faithfully composed and improved. ; [One line of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00725EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The faith of the fathers. Or, The articles of the true religion, all of them exhibited in the express words of the Old Testament. Partly, to confirm those who do possess that religion of God, and His Messiah. But chiefly, to engage the Jewish nation, unto the religion of their patriarchs; and, bring down the hearts of the fathers into the children, and the disobedient unto the wisdom of the just; and so, to make ready a people prepared for the Lord. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Four lines of quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00726EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A family well-ordered. Or An essay to render parents and children happy in one another. Handling two very important cases. I. What are the duties to be done by pious parents, for the promoting of piety in their children. II. What are the duties that must be paid by children to their parents, that they may obtain the blessings of the dutiful. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Three lines from Malachi]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00727EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Pillars of salt. An history of some criminals executed in this land, for capital crimes. : With some of their dying speeches; collected and published, for the warning of such as live in destructive courses of ungodliness. : Whereto is added, for the better improvement of this history, a brief discourse about the dreadful justice of God, in punishing of sin, with sin. : [Two lines from Deuteronomy]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00729EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The folly of sinning, opened & applyed, in two sermons, occasioned by the condemnation of one that was executed at Boston in New-England, on November 17th. 1698. / By Increase Mather, praesident of Harvard Colledge, in Cambridge, and preacher of the Gospel at Boston in N.E. ; [Two lines from Romans]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00731EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The surest way to the greatest honour: discoursed in a sermon, delivered in the audience of His Excellency the Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief, and the Council, and representatives of the General Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, convened at Boston in New-England, May 31st. 1699. Being the day for the election of counsellors in that province. / By Increase Mather.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00732EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the General Court of Assembly of His Majesties province of New-Hampshire in New-England. Begun and held at Portsmouth, on Monday the seventh day of August, 1699. Anno regni Gulielmi Tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, Regis, undecimo.New Hampshire.N00734EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts made the 7th Assembly & 7th sessions. Beginning the second day of March, 1698. [1699, New Style] and ending the 16th day of May, 1699. Anno regni Regis Gulielmi tertij. Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, undecim.New York (State).N00735EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas His Most Excellent Majesty hath received advice, that several ships of force, fitted out of Scotland, were designed to settle themselves in some parts of America; and lest the same should derogate from the treaties His Majesty hath entered into with the crown of Spain ... Given at Fort William Henry in New-York the 15th day of May, 1699 ...New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00736EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the Honourable John Nanfan, Esq; lieutenant governour and commander in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas James Gillam, a notorious pyrate, said to have murdered Capt. Edgecomb ... Given at Fort William Henry in New-York the 29th day of August, 1699 ...New York (State). Lieutenant Governor (1697-1702 : Nanfan).N00737EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the Honourable John Nanfan, Esq; lieutenant governour and commander in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas several pine trees of suitable and convenient size for masts, for His Majesties Navy, are found within six miles of the Moshaques Castle ... Given at Fort William Henry New York the 12th day of Sepember, 1699 ...New York (State). Lieutenant Governor (1697-1702 : Nanfan).N00738EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
His Excellency, the Earl of Bellomont his speech to the representatives of His Majesties province of New-York, the 21th [sic] of March, 1699.New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00739EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An ordinance of His Excellency and Council for the establishing Courts of Judicature for the ease and benefit of each respective city, town and county within this province of New York.New York (State).N00740EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An abstract of a letter from a person of eminency and worth in Caledonia to a friend at Boston in New-England.Paterson, William, 1658-1719.N00741EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By the proprietary of the province of Pennsylvania, and counties annexed with the advice of the Council, a proclamation Whereas several piracies and robberies at sea and on sea-coasts have of late years been committed ... Given ... at Philadelphia the 23d. day of the tenth month ... 1699.Pennsylvania. Governor (1699-1701 : Penn).N00742EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Watch for a wise man's observation. In two parts. : First, a divine poem, on the three persons in the Holy Trinity, the four evangelists, the Ten Commandments, and the twelve apostles. ... : The second part, containing, a preparation for death.N00744EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The man of war. A sermon preached to the Artillery Company at Boston, on June 5. 1699. Being the anniversary day for their election of officers. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of quotations]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00746EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Spiritual desertions discovered and remedied. Being the substance of divers sermons preached for the help of dark souls, labouring under divine withdrawings. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Isaiah]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00747EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Warnings to the unclean: in a discourse from Rev. XXI. 8. Preacht at Springfield lecture, August 25th. 1698. At the execution of Sarah Smith. / By Mr. John Williams, Pastor of the church at Deerfield.Williams, John, 1664-1729.N00748EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A lertter [sic] from Dr. Bray, to such as have contributed towards the propagating Christian knowledge in the plantations.Bray, Thomas, 1658-1730.N00749EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of an early religion being a sermon preach'd the 5th. of May before the Honourable Assembly of Maryland / by Thomas Bray D.D.Bray, Thomas, 1658-1730.N00750EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Barbarian cruelty. Being a true history of the distressed condition of the Christian capitol under the tyranny of Mully Ishmael Emperor of Morocco, and King of Fez and Macqueness in Barbary. : In which is likewise given a particular account of his late wars with the Algerines. The manner of his pirates taking the Christians and others. His breach of faith with Christian princes. A description of his castles and guards, and places where he keeps his women, his slaves and negroes. : With a particular relation of the dangerous escape of the author, and two English men, more from thence after a miserable slavery of ten years. / By Francis Brooks.Brooks, Francis.N00751EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
His Excellency, the Earl of Bellomont's speech to the Honorable the Council and House of Representatives, conven'd in General Assembly, at Boston, in His Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, on Wednesday the 29. of May. 1700.Massachusetts. Governor (1699-1700 : Bellomont).N00753EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Jesus the crucifyed man, the eternal Son of God, or, An answer to an anathema or paper of excommunication, of John Wats entituled, Points of doctrine preached & asserted by William Davis. Wherein the mystry [sic] of Christs descention, incarnation and crucifixion is unfolded. / By William Davis.Davis, William, 1663-1745.N00754EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise concerning the Lords Supper: with three dialogues for the more full information of the weak, in the nature and use of this sacrament. / By Tho. Doolittel [sic].Doolittle, Thomas, 1632?-1707.N00755EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Christianity of the people called Quakers asserted by Geore [sic] Keith: in answer to a shect [sic] called, A serious call to the Quakers &c. Attested by eight priests of the Church of England, called Dr. Isham, Rector of St. Buttolphs Bishopgate, Dr. Wincop, Rector of St. Mary Abb Church, Dr. Bedford, Rector of St. George Buttlph [sic] Lane, Mr. Altham, M.A. Rector of St. Andrew Undershaft. Mr. Bradford, M.A. Rector of St Mary Le Bow. M. Whitfield, M.A. Rect. of St. Martin at Ludgate. Mr. Butler, M.A. Rector of St. Mary Aldermanbury. Mr. Adams, M.A. Rector of St John Alban Woodstreet. And affirmed by George Keith, or the new sworn deacon.Field, John, 1652-1723.N00756EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief narration of the sufferings of the people called Quakers; who were put to death at Boston in New-England. Also an account from their own hands, of their coming to Boston, and of their staying in their jurisdiction after banishment. : With a precious epistle of William Robinson, to us his fellow prisoners, and other epistles hereunto annexed.Gould, Daniel, ca. 1625-1716.N00757EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A token for children. Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives and joyful deaths of several young children. / By James Janeway, Minister of the Gospel. : To which is added, A token, for the children of New England. Or, Some examples of children, in whom the fear of God was remarkably budding before they died; in several parts of New England. Preserved and published for the encouragement of piety in other children.Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.N00759EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A challenge to Caleb Pusey, and a check to his lyes & forgeries, &c.Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.N00760EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: begun and held at Boston, the thirty-first of May, 1699. And continued by several prorogations unto Wednesday the thirteenth of March following, and then sat.Massachusetts.N00761EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England: begun and held at Boston, on Wednesday the twenty ninth of May, 1700.Massachusetts.N00762EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the thirty first day of May 1699. And continued by several prorogations unto Wednesday the thirteenth day of March following. In the twelfth year of His Majesties reign. An act for granting unto His Majesty, a tax upon polls and estates.Massachusetts.N00763EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the twenty-ninth of May, 1700.Massachusetts.N00764EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A cloud of witnesses; darting out light upon a case, too unseasonably made seasonable to be discoursed on.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00765EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The everlasting Gospel. The Gospel of justification by the righteousness of God; as 'tis held and preach'd in the churches of New-England: expressed in a brief discourse on that important article; made at Boston in the year, 1699. / By Cotton Mather. ; And, asserted with the attestations, of several Reverend and eminent persons, now most considerable in those churches.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00766EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Grace triumphant. Or, A notable exemple [sic] of a great sinner, becoming a great saint. Improved for the direction and encouragement, of them that have sinned exceedingly, to seek salvation from all their sins. : [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00767EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great physician, inviting them that are sensible of their internal maladies, to repair unto him for his heavenly remedies. A brief discourse, meditated by one under bodily illness, and profitable for all that are under spiritual. : [Two lines in Latin from Ambrose]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00768EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A monitory letter about the maintainance [sic] of an able and faithful ministry. Directed unto those people, who sin against, & sin away the Gospel, by not supporting the worthy preachers of the Gospel. : A decree of a national synod of reformed churches at Paris. ...Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00769EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A monitory, and hortatory letter, to those English, who debauch the Indians, by selling strong drink unto them. Written at the desire of some Christians, to whom the mischiefs arising from that vile trade, are matters of much apprehension and lamentation. : [Eleven lines of quotations in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00770EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The old principles of New England. Or, Thirty three articles extracted from, and contrasting of, The platform of church-discipline, agreed, by the renowned synod, of churches from four colonies, assembled at Cambridge, 1647.Cambridge SynodN00771EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A pillar of gratitude. Or, A brief recapitulation, of the matchless favours, with which the God of heaven, hath obliged the hearty praises, of his New-England Israel. A sermon delivered in the audience of His Excellency, the Earl of Bellomont, captain general, and governour in chief, and of the Council & Representatives, of the General Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts Bay, convened at Boston, in New England. On May 29 1700 the day, for the election of counsellors, in the province. / By Cotton Mather. ; Whereto there is appendixed, an extract of some accounts, concerning the wonderful success of the glorious Gospel, in the East-Indies. ; [One line of Latin quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00772EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Reasonable religion. Or, The truth of the Christian religion, demonstrated. The wisdom of its precepts justified: and the folly of sinning against those precepts, reprehended. With incontestable proofs, that men, who would act reasonably, must live religiously. / By Cotton Mather.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00773EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The religious marriner. A brief discourse tending to direct the course of sea-men, in those points of religion, which may bring them to the port, of eternal happiness. : [Two lines from Matthew]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00774EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Things that young people should think upon. Or, The death of young people improved, in some lively admonitions to the living. With consolations, to the bereaved parents of such young people, as are by an early, (and perhaps a sudden) death, taken from them. : On Job I. 19. ... : [Two lines from Zechariah in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00776EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A warning to the flocks against wolves in sheeps cloathing. Or, A faithful advice, from several ministers of the Gospel, in and near Boston, unto the churches of New-England, relating to the dangers that may arise from impostors, pretending to be ministers. : With a brief history of some impostors, remarkably and seasonably detected written, by one of the ministers in Boston, to assert that advice, and prevent future mischiefs. : [Five lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00777EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The order of the Gospel, professed and practised by the churches of Christ in New England, justified, by the Scripture, and by the writings of many learned men, both ancient and modern divines; in answer to several questions, relating to church discipline / by Increase Mather, president of Harvard Colledge in Cambridge, and teacher of a church at Boston in New England. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00779EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The 2d sessions of the seventh Assembly. Beginning the 29th day of July, 1700. and ending the 9th of August, anno regni Regis & Reginae Gulielmi, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, duodecim.New York (State).N00781EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Acts passed the 7th Assembly and 3d session, beginning the first day of October, 1700. and ending the second day of November, anno regni Regis & Regina Gulielmi, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, duodecim.New York (State).N00782EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, captain general and governour in chief of His Majesties province of New-York ... A proclamation[.] Whereas in the month of November last past, one Henry Mundry, commander of a merchant ship, called, the John Hopewell of London, had his ship pyratically plundered upon the coast of Garace, by one Henry King, a notorious pyrate ... Given at Fort William Henry the 26th day of July ... annoq; Domini, 1700.New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00783EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
His Excellency the Earl of Bellomont's speech to the House of Representatives convened in General Assembly at New-York the 29th day of July, 1700.New York (State). Governor (1698-1701 : Bellomont).N00784EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some queries sent up to His Excellency the Earl of Bellomont, by the House of Representatives of the province of New-York the 27th Jan. 1700 concerning His Excellency's proposition to them of building a fort for defence of the Five Nations of Indians.New York (State). General Assembly.N00785EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To His Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont capt[.] general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, and vice-admiral of the same, &c. The humble address of the representatives for His Majesties province of New-York, convened in General Assembly.New York (State). General Assembly.N00786EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Satan's harbinger encountered, his false news of a trumpet detected, his crooked ways in the wildrnesse [sic] laid open to the view of the imperial and iudicious. Being something by way of answer to Daniel Leeds his book entituled News of a trumpet sounding in the wildernesse &c. ... / By C.P. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N00787EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The young mans claim unto the sacrament of the Lords-Supper. Or, The examination of a person approaching to the table of the Lord. Compos'd by the Reverend Mr. John Quick, Minister of the Gospel, in London. ; And now, in a second impression, offer'd unto the churches of New England; by sundry ministers of those churches, approving of it, and attesting to it. ; With a defence of those churches, from what is offensive to them, in a discourse lately published, under the title of, The doctrine of instituted churches. By certain ministers of the gospel, in Boston.Quick, John, 1636-1706.N00788EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Seasonable account of the Christian and dying-words, of some young-men; fit for the consideration of all: but especialy [sic] of the youth of this generation; viz: William Fletcher, 17 years of age, Tudor Brain, 17 years of age, and Richard Manliffe. : With a short epistle prefixed. : Published for instruction and caution to the youth among Friends, called Quakers. : [Two lines of Scripture texts]N00789EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The selling of Joseph a memorial.Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.N00790EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Upon Mr. Samuel Willard, his first coming into the assembly, and praying, after a long and dangerous fit of sickness; November 21. 1700. at 3. in the afternoon, being a day of publick thanksgiving. Mr. Pemberton's text, Psal. 118.27.Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.N00791EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Conscience the best friend upon earth: or, The happy effects of keeping a good conscience. Very useful for this age. / By Henry Stubbes, Minister of the Gospel. ; [Two lines from Acts]Stubbes, Henry, 1606?-1678.N00792EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To Friends in Ireland, and elsewhere. A mournful word to the merry-hearted in Zion; with a word of comfort to her bowed-down mourners. Written in great exercise of soul and spirit in obedience to the Lord. / By Thomas Upsher. ; [Thirteen lines of Scripture texts]Upsher, Thomas, 1672-1704.N00794EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Vindication of the Divine authority of ruling elders in the Churches of Christ: asserted by the ministers & elders, met together in a provincial assembly, Novemb. 2d. 1649. And printed in London, 1650. Beginning at page 34. to 48. Transcribed out of the same book. : Whereunto is added, an answer to the question, whether are not the brethren, and not the elders of the church only, to judge concerning the qualifications, and fitness, of those who are admitted into their communion? By the Reverend Mr. Increase Mather, in his book entituled, The order of the Gospel: printed in the year, 1700. Beginning at Page 23. to 29.N00795EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Good souldiers a great blessing; being so represented in a sermon preached on the day for election of officers, in the honourable artillery company in Boston, June 3d. 1700. / By Benjamin Wadsworth, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [One line from I Samuel]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N00796EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fountain opened: or, The great Gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men. Wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews : From Zech. XIII. 1. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of quotations]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00797EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Love's pedigree. Or A discourse shewing the grace of love in a believer to be of a divine original delivered in a sermon preached at the lecture in Boston, Febr. 29. 1699[/]1700. / By S. Willard, teacher of a church there. ; [Two lines from James]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00798EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Morality not to be relied on for life. Or, A brief discourse, discovering the one thing wanting, which leaves the legalist short of life eternal. Delivered in a sermon on the lecture in Boston, May, 23d. 1700. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Titus]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00799EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The peril of the times displayed. Or The danger of mens taking up with a form of godliness, but denying the power of it. Being the substance of several sermons preached: / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. N.E. ; [One line from Augustine in Latin]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00800EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A remedy against despair. Or Brief discourse wherein great sinners are encouraged, and directed how to improve the consideration of the greatness of their sins in praying to God for pardon. Being the substance of two sermons preached at the lecture in Boston, 1699. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church there. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00801EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The truly blessed man: or, The way to be happy here, and for ever: being the substance of divers sermons preached on, Psalm XXXII. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. N.E. ; [Five lines from Isaiah]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00802EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gospel order revived, being an answer to a book lately set forth by the Reverend Mr. Increase Mather, president of Harvard College, &c. Entituled, The order of the Gospel, &c. Dedicated to the Churches of Christ in New-England. / By sundry ministers of the Gospel in New-England. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]N00804EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The singular happiness of such heads or rulers, as are able to choose out their peoples way, and will also endeavor their peoples comfort. As it was discoursed in a brief sermon preached to the Great & General Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts Bay, convened at Boston in N. England, on May 28th. 1701. The stated day for their anniversary election of counsellors. / By Mr. Joseph Belcher, Pastor of the church in Dedham. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Belcher, Joseph, 1669-1723.N00805EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Military discipline. The compleat souldier, or expert artillery-man ... : To which is added, the duties of all the officers, in a private company: as also the military law of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay ... / Being a collection from Col. Elton, Bariff, and others.N00808EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gospel family-order, being a short discurse [sic] concerning the ordering of families, both of whites, blacks and Indians. : [Twelve lines of Scripture texts] / By G.F.Fox, George, 1624-1691.N00809EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some few remarks upon a scandalous book, against the government and ministry of New-England, written, by one Robert Calef. Detecting the unparrallel'd malice & falsehood, of the said book; and defending the names of several particular gentlemen, by him therein aspersed & abused. / Composed and published by several persons belonging to the flock of some of the injured pastors, and concerned for their just vindication. ; Truth will come off conqueror.N00812EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The printer's advertisement. Whereas there is prefixed unto a late pamphlet entituled, Gospel order revived, printed at New York, an advertisement ...Green, Bartholomew, 1667-1732.N00813EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Christian's great interest. Or, A short treatise, divided into two parts. The first whereof, containeth te [sic] tryal of a saving interest in Christ. The second, pointeth forth plainly te [sic] way how to attain it: : Wherein somewhat is likewise spoken to the manner of express covenanting with God. / By William Guthrie, Minister of the Gospel, at New-Kilmarnock.Guthrie, William, 1620-1665.N00814EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
News of a strumpet co-habiting in the wilderness or, A brief abstract of the spiritual & carnal whoredoms & adulteries of the Quakers in America. Delinated in a cage of twenty unclean birds. Purposely published in pitty to the Quakers, to let them see themselves as others see them, because in pag. 47. of their book, called, Satan's Harbinger, (lately printed at Philadelphia by the authority of their meeting of ministers) they pretend they know no such persons amongst them. Otherwise, 'tis more work for the Quakers to use their arts and imploy their press to prop up their two main pillars infallibility & perfection. : [One line of quotation]Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.N00817EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the Great God our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Opened & applied, in several sermons. / By Increase Mather, praesident of Harvard Colledge in Cambridge, and preacher of the Gospel, at Boston, in N.E. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00830EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An abstract of a letter to Cotton Mather of Boston in New-England. By T.M.Maule, Thomas, 1645-1724.N00831EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The souldier defended & directed: as it was delivered in a sermon preached to the Artillery Company in Boston, on th day of their election of officers, June 2d. 1701. / By Ebenezer Pemberton, Pastor of a church in Boston.Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1672-1717.N00844EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The governour's speech to the Assembly, at Philadelphia the 15 September 1701.Pennsylvania. Governor (1699-1701 : Penn).N00845EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Death the certain wages of sin to the impenitent: life the sure reward of grace to the penitent: together with the only way for youth to avoid the former, and attain the latter. : Deliver'd in three lecture sermons; occasioned by the imprisonment, condemnation and execution, of a young woman, who was guilty of murdering her infant begotten in whoredom. : To which is added, an account of her manner of life & death, in which the glory of free grace is displayed. / By Mr. John Rogers, Pastor of the Church of Ipswich. ; [One line from Timothy]Rogers, John, 1666-1745.N00847EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Wednesday January I. 1701. A little before break-a-day at Boston of the Massachusets.Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.N00849EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of acknowledgment of offences, in order to reconciliation. Set forth in a sermon, preached at Boston, July 3rd. 1701. Being the lecture day. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N00851EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The day of doom: or, A poetical description of the Great and Last Judgment. With a short discourse about eternity. / By Michael Wigglesworth, teacher of the church at Maldon, in N.E.Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705.N00854EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fear of an oath. Or, Some cautions to be used about swearing, if we would approve our selves truly godly. As it was discoursed in a sermon, preached at Boston, on the lecture; January 30. 1700,1. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines in Latin from Cicero]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00858EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Prognosticks of impending calamities. Delivered in a sermon preached on the lecture at Boston, July 17. 1701. Occasioned by the death of the truly Honourable, William Stoughton Esq. lieutenant governour, &c. of the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [One line from Ecclesiastes]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00859EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Walking with God, the great duty and priviledge of true Christians. In two sermons, preached on the lecture, in the year 1700. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Micah]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N00860EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An Account of the illegal prosecution and tryal of Coll. Nicholas Bayard, in the province of New-York, for supposed high-treason, in the year 1701. Collected from several memorials taken by divers persons privately, the commissioners having strictly prohibited the taking the tryal in open court.N00861EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several rules, orders, and by-laws made and agreed upon by the free-holders and inhabitants of Boston of the Massachusets [sic], at their meeting May, 12. and September 22. 1701. And approved by His Majesties justices for the county of Suffolk, at their general quarter sessions held at Boston, August 5th. and October 27th. next following. : Annoque regni Regis Gulielmi Tertij Angliae, &c. decimo tertioBoston (Mass.).N00863EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Faith victorious. As it was represented in a sermon preached to the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, on the day of their election of officers, June 1st. 1702. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N00865EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The work of a Christian. An important case of practical religion. Or, Directions how to make religion ones business. Found in the hand-writing of the truely religious, Mr. Thomas Crosby, of Harwich: (who dyed suddenly at Boston, June 27. 1702.) ; Accompanied with another discourse, about, preparation for sudden death; which does also bear this company in the present publication.Crosby, Thomas, 1635-1702.N00867EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The right Christian temper in every condition, endeavoured (as the Lord vouchsafed to assist) to be set forth and recommended: and the due debt of a suitable contentment with our outward lot, humbly demanded, on the behalf of the Divine Providence; in a lecture upon Heb. 13. 5. Be content with such things as you have. / By John Danforth, Pastor of the Church of Christ, at Dorchester in N.E.Danforth, John, 1660-1730.N00869EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Instructions for right-spelling, and plain directions for reading and writing true English. With several delightful things, very useful and necessary, both for young and old, to read and learn. / By G. Fox.Fox, George, 1624-1691.N00871EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A modest enquiry into the nature of witchcraft, and how persons guilty of that crime may be convicted: and the means used for their discovery discussed, both negatively and affimatively, according to Scripture and experience. / By John Hale, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Beverley, anno domini 1697. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Hale, John, 1636-1700.N00872EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctrine of the holy apostles & prophets the foundation of the church of Christ, as it was delivered in a sermon at Her Majesties chappel, at Boston in New-England, the 14th. of June 1702. / By George Keith, M.A.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00873EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter from a clergy-man in the country, to a clergy-man in the city, containing free thoughts about the controversie, between some ministers of the Church of England, and the Quakers: : with seasonable advice to his brethren, to study peace and moderation.N00875EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Loyal address of the clergy of Virginia.N00877EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christianus per ignem. Or, A disciple warming of himself and owning of his Lord: with devout and useful meditations, fetch'd out of the fire, by a Christian in a cold season, sitting before it. A work though never out of season, yet more particularly, designed for the seasonable and profitable entertainment, of them that would well employ their liesure [sic] by the fire-side. : [Three lines in Latin from Alsted]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00887EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The excellency of a publick spirit discoursed: in a sermon, preached in the audience of the General Assembly of the province of the Masachusetts Bay in New England, May 27. 1702. Being the day for election of counsellors in that province. / By Increase Mather. ; [Four lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00896EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ichabod. Or, A discourse, shewing what cause there is to fear that the glory of the Lord, is departing from New-England. Delivered in two sermons, / by Increase Mather ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00897EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some remarks on a late sermon, preached at Boston in New England, by George Keith M.A. Shewing that his pretended good rules in divinity, are not built on the foundation of the apostles & prophets. / By Increase Mather. ; [Four lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00898EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Daniel Leeds, justly rebuked for abusing William Penn and his foly and falls-hoods [sic] contained in his two printed chalenges [sic] to Caleb Pusey made manifest; with some remarks also by way of rebuke on the author of the book called News of a strumpet. : [Five lines from Psalms]Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N00914EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A guide to eternal glory. Or, Brief directions to all Christians, how to attain to everlasting salvation. With several other brief tracts, and spiritual hymns. : [Four lines from I. Samuel]T. W. (Thomas Wilcox), 1622-1687.N00920EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The power of the Gospel, in the conversion of sinners in a sermon preach'd at Annapolis in Maryland. / By George Keith M.A. ; July the 4thKeith, George, 1639?-1716.N00925EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A reply to Mr. Increase Mather's printed remarks on a sermon preached by G.K. at Her Majesty's Chappel in Boston, the 14th of June, 1702. In vindication of the six good rules in divinity there delivered. Which he hath attempted (though very feebly and unsuccessfully) to refute. / By George Keith, M.A.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00926EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The spirit of railing Shimei and of Baal's four hundred lying prophets entered into Caleb Pusey and his Quaker-brethren in Pennsilvania, who approve him. Containing an answer to his and their book, falsly called, Proteus ecclesiasticus, detecting many of their gross falshoods, lyes, calumnies, perversions and abuses, as well as his and their gross ignorance and infidelity contained in their said book. / By George Keith, A.M.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00927EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some of the many false, scandalous, blasphemous & self-contradictory assertions of William Davis, faithfully collected out of his book, printed anno 1700. Entituled, Jesus the crucified man, the eternal son of God, &c. in exact quotations word for word, without adding or diminishing.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00928EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The rebuker rebuked in a brief answer to Caleb Pusey his scurrilous pamphet [sic], entituled, A rebuke to Daniel Leeds, &c. Wherein William Penn his Sandy foundation is fairly quoted, shewing that he calls Christ, the finite impotent creature. / By Daniel Leeds.Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.N00930EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Agreeable admonitions for old & young. Or, Aged piety honoured, and early piety quickened. In a brief discourse, delivered, April 25. 1703. : [Two lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00935EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Eureka. The vertuous woman found. A short essay on the memory of Mrs. Mary Brown, late consort of Benjamin Brown Esq. in Salem. : [Three lines from Ruth III]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00937EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The glory of goodness. The goodness of God celebrated; in remarkable instances and improvements thereof: and more particularly in the redemption remarkably obtained for the English captives, which have been languishing under the tragical, and the terrible and the most barbarous cruelties of barbary. : [Six lines from Psalms]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00939EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Meat out of the eater. Or, Funeral-discourses occasioned by the death of several relatives. Work accommodated unto the service of all that are in any affliction; but very particularly such as are afflicted with the loss of their consorts or children. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Four lines from I Corinthians]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00941EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Soul-saving Gospel truths. Delivered in several sermons, wherein is shewed: I. The unreasonableness of those excuses which men make for their delaying to come to the Lord Jesus for salvation. II. That for men to despair of the forgiveness of their sins because they have been great, is a great evil. III. That every man in the world is going into eternity. / By Increase Mather. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00946EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
George Keith once more brought to the test, and proved a prevaricator, containing something of an answer to his book called The spirit of railing Shimei, &c. And shewing, that George Keith in his attempting, to prove the spirit of railing shimei &c. to be entred into Caleb Pusey; hath there by more manifested, that not only the spirit of railing, and envy; but also of confusion, about doctrin's and principles of religion, is entred in to himself. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N00953EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Proteus ecclesiasticus or George Keith varied in fundamentalls; acknowledged by himself to be such, and prov'd an apostat, from his own definition, arguments, and reasons. Contrary to his often repeated false pretentions, whereby he hath laboured to deceive the people; telling them he is not varied from any fundamental principle, nor any principle of the Christian faith ever since he first came among the Quakers. : With remarks on Daniel Leed's abusive almanack for the year 1703. By way of postscript. : [Two lines of Scripture texts]Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N00954EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Miles Christianus. Or Christians treated in the quality of souldiers. As it was delivered in a sermon preached to, and at the request of the Honourable Artillery Company of the Massachusetts, at Boston in New-England, on June 7th. 1703. : Being the day for their election of officers, / by Mr. Grindal Rawson, Pastor of the church in Mendon. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Rawson, Grindal, 1659-1715.N00955EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gods frown in the death of useful men. Shewed in a sermon preached at the funeral of the Honourable Col John Pynchon Esq. Who deceased January 17th. 1702[/]3. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N00956EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The way for a people to live long in the land that God hath given them. A sermon preached before His Excellency, the governour, the Honoured Council and Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on the 26. of May 1703. At the election of Her Majesties Council there. / By Solomon Stoddard, A.M. and Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N00957EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A bomb thrown amongst the Quakers in Norwich, which will reach their Friends in Bristol, and set fire no [sic] the combustible matter thorow [sic] their whole camp in England, Wales and America.Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724?N00959EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A confession of faith: or, A summary of divinity. Drawn up by a young gentle-woman, in the twenty-fifth year of her age. ; And now published, for the benefit of all, but more especially of young persons; that they may attain to a competent knowledge, in saving and divine truths.Fiske, Sarah, 1627-1692.N00963EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The right method of safety or, The just concern of the people of God, to joyn a due trust in him, with a diligent use of means. As it was propounded in a sermon preached at Boston to the Artillery Company, of the Massachusetts-Bay in N.E. on the 5th of June 1704. being the day for their election of officers. / By Henry Gibbs, Pastor of a church in Watertown. ; [Two lines from Nehemiah]Gibbs, Henry, 1668-1723.N00965EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to Mr. Samuell Willard (one of the ministers at Boston in New-England) his reply to my printed sheet, called, A dangerous and hurtful opinion maintained by him, viz. That the fall of Adam, and all the sins of men necessarily come to pass by virtue of Gods decree, and his determining both of the will of Adam, and of all other men to sin. / By George Keith, M.A.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00966EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great necessity & use of the Holy Sacraments of baptism & the Lords Supper, delivered in a sermon preached at Trinity-Church in New-York, the 28th of November, 1703. / By George Keith, M.A.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00967EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The notes of the true church with the application of them to the Church of England, and the great sin of seperation [sic] from her. Delivered in a sermon preached at Trinity Church in New-York, before the administration of the holy sacrament of the Lords Supper. The 7th of November, 1703. / By George Keith, M.A.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00968EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some brief remarks upon a late book, entituled, George Keith once more brought to the test, &c. having the name Caleb Pusey at the end of the preface, and C.P. at the end of the book.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N00969EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A little olive leaf put in the mouth of that (so called) Noah's dove, and sent home again to let her master know that the waters are abated from off the face of the ground, and that for the sake of Jesus Christ, whose servant to the end of my life I shall endeavour to be.Björck, Eric Tobias, 1668-1740.N00971EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Faithful warnings to prevent fearful judgments. Uttered in a brief discourse, occasioned, by a tragical spectacle, in a number of miserables under a sentence of death for piracy. At Boston in N.E. Jun. 22. 1704. : [Five lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00981EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The nets of salvation. A brief essay, upon the glorious designs & methods of winning. The minds of men unto serious religion, : [Four lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N00982EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The voice of God, in stormy winds. Considered, in two sermons, occasioned by the dreadful and unparallel'd storm, in the European nations. Novemb. 27th. 1703. / By Increase Mather. ; [Five lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N00989EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
False news from Gath rejected. Containing some reasons of the people called Quakers for their declining to answer John Talbot's proposall (at the foot of F. Bugg's Bomb) to their last yearly meeting at Burlington.Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N00998EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A plea for the righteousness of God. Delivered in a sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council, and the representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. On May 31. 1704. being the day of the anniversary election there. / By Jonathan Russel, Pastor of the church at Barnstable. ; [One line from Zephaniah]Russel, Jonathan, 1655-1711.N00999EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The knowledge of God, securing from flattery, and strengthening to the most noble exploits. Delivered in a sermon preached to the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, on the day of their election of officers, June 4th. 1705. / By Mr. Thomas Bridge, Pastor of the First Church in Boston.Bridge, Thomas, 1657-1715.N01005EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Abraham the passenger his privilege and duty described in an election-sermon at Boston N.E. May 30. 1705. / By Joseph Easterbrooks [i.e., Esterbrook] A.M. and Pastor of the Church of Christ at Concord. ; [Seven lines of quotations]Estabrook, Joseph, ca. 1640-1711.N01008EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
War with the devil, or, The young man's conflict with the powers of darkness, in a dialogue discovering the corruption and vanity of youth, the horrible nature of sin, and deplorable condition of fallen man, also, a description of the power and rule of conscience, and the nature of true conversion. : To which is added, an appendix, containing a dialogue between an old apostate and a young professor, worthy the perusal of all, but chiefly intended for the instruction of the younger sort. / By B.K. author of Sion in distress, or The groans of the Protestant church.Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704.N01010EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A faithful man, described and rewarded. Some observable & serviceable passages in the life and death of Mr. Michael Wigglesworth. Late Pastor of Maldon [i.e., Malden]; who rested from his labours, on the Lords-Day, June 10th. 1705. In the seventy fourth year of his age. : And memorials of piety, left behind him among his written experiences. : With a funeral-sermon preached (for him) at Maldon; June 24. 1705. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01015EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Monica Americana. A funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Sarah Leveret, (once the honourable consort of John Leveret Esq. governour of the Massachuset-Colony, New-England,) who changed earth for heaven. 2 d. 11 m. 1704. : With an elegy upon her memory. : [Two lines from Augustine]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01020EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Parental wishes and charges. Or, The enjoyment of a glorious Christ, proposed, as the great blessedness, which Christian parents desire, both for themselves, and for their children. In a discourse, now put into the hands of such parents, as would be assisted in their duty, by putting such things into the hands of their children. : [Two lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01022EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter, about the present state of Christianity, among the Christianized Indians of New-England. Written to the Honourable, Sir William Ashhurst, governour of the Corporation, for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians, in New-England, and Parts Adjacent, in America.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01027EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The bomb search'd and found stuff'd with false ingredients, being a just confutation of an abusive printed half-sheet, call'd a bomb, originally published against the Quakers, by Francis Bugg. But espoused and exposed and in print offered to be proved by John Talbot. : To which is added. First: a large appendix, treating of the real differences that are in divers respects between the Quakers and their opposers and the Quakers doctrine, practice, and deportment, in those points justified, from Scripture and the antient Protestants. Secondly; divers testimonies added of those called fathers of the church, to the light, of Christ, inspiration; the spirit's teaching; silent waiting &c. Thirdly divers of D.L.'s abuses to the Quakers; being herein more fully manifested than hath hitherto been published. : [Five lines of Scripture texts]Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N01033EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some remarks upon a late pamphlet signed part by John Talbot, and part by Daniel Leeds, called The great mystery of Fox-craft.Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N01034EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A mid-night-cry from the temple of God to the ten virgins slumbering and sleeping, Awake, awake, arise, and gird your loyns, and trim your lamps, for behold the bridegroom cometh, go ye therefore out to meet him. Written by John Rogers. ; [Three lines from John]Rogers, John, 1648-1721.N01035EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A mid-night-cry from the temple of God to the ten virgins slumbering and sleeping, Awake, awake, arise, and gird your loyns, and trim your lamps, for behold the bridegroom cometh, go ye therefore out to meet him. Written by John Rogers. ; [Three lines from John]Rogers, John, 1648-1721.N01036EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of speedy degeneracy, held forth in a sermon preached at the lecture in Boston the 5th. of July, 1705. / By Solomon Stoddard Pastor of the church at Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01037EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great mistery of Fox-craft discovered. And the Quaker plainness & sincerity demonstrated, first, in their great apostle George Fox; 2dly, in their late subscribing the oath or act of Abjuration. Introduced with two letter [sic] written by G. Fox to Coll. Lewis Morris, deceased, exactly spell'd and pointed as in the originals, which are now to be seen in the library at Burlington in New-Jersey, and will be proved (by the likeness of the hand, &c.) to be the hand-writing of the Quakers learned Fox, if denyed. : To which is added, a post-script, with some remarks on the Quaker-almanack for this year 1705.Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.N01038EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ's famous titles, and A believers golden-chain, handled in divers sermons. : Together with his Cabinet of jewels, or A glimpse of Sion's glory. : As also Christ's voice to London. : The great day of God's wrath. : The necessity of watching and praying. : With a small treatise of death. / By Will. Dyer, Preacher of the Gospel. ; [Three lines from Ephesians]Dyer, William, d. 1696.N01045EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The second part of the mystry of Fox-craft introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quaker books, and well attested by men learned and pious; proving all, and more than all the charges in F. Bugg's Bomb of half a sheet, which Mr. Talbot reprinted and sent to the Quakers at their General Meeting at Burlington in 1704. Where he appointed time and place for them to meet him, and promised in F.B.'s stead to prove the said charges against them in the face of the country. But they finding their cause would not bear that test, refused to meet him; but have at last published a bulky book of 14 sheets, entituled, The bomb-searcher, &c. therein denying themselves to be guilty, as by the bomb charged. But it is herein proved, I. That the bomb-searcher (Caleb Pusey) and his brethren who approve his said book, are possest with a lying spirit. II. That they make it their whole business to deceive. III. And that by their denying, excusing and hiding their blasphemous notions and doctrines they are self-condemned. (And therefore I design that this shall end the controversie between them and me.) : Concluded with a postcript ... / By Daniel Leeds. ; [Three lines of quotation]Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.N01048EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Free-grace, maintained & improved. Or, The general offer of the Gospel, managed with considerations of the great things done by special grace, in the election and redemption and vocation of those who embrace that offer. And the illustrious doctrines of divine predestination and humane impotency, rescued from the abuses, which they too frequently meet withal; and rendered (as they are) highly useful to the designs of practical piety. : In two brief discourses; published at the desire of some, who have been greatly apprehensive of growing occasions for such treatises.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01056EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Negro Christianized An essay to excite and assist the good work, the instruction of Negro-servants in Christianity. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01059EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning earthquakes. Occasioned by the earthquakes which were in New-England, in the province of Massachusetts-Bay, June 16. and in Conecticot-Colony [sic], June 22. 1705. : Also, two sermons, shewing, that sin is the greatest evil; and, that to redeem time is the greatest wisdom. / By Increase Mather.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01064EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning the maintenance due to those that preach the Gospel: in which, that question whether tithes are by the divine law the ministers due, is considered, and the negative proved. / By I. Mather, D.D. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01065EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some brief observations made on Daniel Leeds his book, entituled The second part of the mystery of Fox-craft. Published for the clearing the truth against the false aspersions, calumnies and perversions of that often-refuted author. / by Caleb Pusey. ; With a postscript by Tho: Chalkly wherein D: L: is justly rebuked for falsly citeing [sic] him. ; [Six lines of scripture texts]Pusey, Caleb, 1650?-1727.N01071EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council, and representative of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: on May 29. 1706. Which was the day for election of Her Majesties Council for that province. / By John Rogers A.M. & Pastor of Ipswich. ; [Eleven lines of quotations]Rogers, John, 1666-1745.N01072EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The just man's prerogative. A sermon preached privately, Sept. 27. 1706. on a solemn occasion; for the consolation of a sorrowful family, mourning over the immature death, of a pious son, viz Mr. Simeon Stoddard, who was found barbarously murdered, in Chelsea-Fields near London, May 14. 1706. / By S. Willard. ; [Two lines from II Samuel]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N01078EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay tending to promote the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ, as it was delivered in a sermon preached before his Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council, and representatives of the province of Massachusetts-Bay in N. England, on May 28. 1707. which was the anniversary day for election of Her Majesties Council, for that province. / By Samuel Belcher, Pastor of a church in Newbury. ; [Two lines from Matthew]Belcher, Samuel, 1639-1714.N01081EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The government & improvement of mirth according to the laws of Christianity. In three sermons. I. Of civil & natural II. Of carnal & vicious mirth III. Of spiritual & holy joy. Essay'd from James V. 13. : [Two lines from James] : More especially designed for the use, and recommended to the serious perusal of young people, and in particular the young gentlemen of Boston. / By Benj. Colman.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01083EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Imprecation against the enemies of God, lawful and a duty. As it was deliver'd in a sermon at the lecture in Boston, before His Excellency and the General Court, March 20th. 1707. And now publish'd at their command. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Eight lines from Exodus]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01084EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A narrative of a new and unusual American imprisonment of two Presbyterian ministers: and prosecution of Mr. Francis Makemie one of them, for preaching one sermon at the city of New-York. By a learner of law, and lover of liberty.Makemie, Francis, 1658-1708.N01088EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Another tongue brought in, to confess the great Saviour of the world. Or, Some communications of Christianity, put into a tongue used among the Iroquois Indians, in America. And, put into the hands of the English and the Dutch traders: to accommodate the great intention of communicating the Christian religion, unto the salvages, among whom they may find any thing of this language to be intelligible. : [Three lines from Ezekiel]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01095EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ornamental piety.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01102EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctrine of singular obedience, as the duty and property of the true Christian: opened and applied. In a sermon, / preached by I. Mather, D.D. ; [Three lines of scripture quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01108EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Meditations on death. Delivered in several sermons, wherein is shewed; I. That some true believers on Christ are afraid of death, but that they have no just cause to be so. II. That good men as well as others may be taken out of the world by a sudden death. III. That not earth but heaven is the Christians home. / By Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Two lines from Hebrews]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01109EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The vain youth summoned to appear at Christ's bar. Or, An essay to block up the sinful wayes of young people, by most solemn considerations, relating to that judgment unto which they are hastening. In a lecture-sermon, preached at York, in the province of Main [sic]; June 25. 1701. / By Samuel Moodey, Pastor of the Church of Christ there.Moodey, Samuel, 1676-1747.N01112EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A remonstrance of the assembly of Nova Caesarea or New-Jersey, to His Excellency the Lord Viscount Cornbury capt. general & governor in chief of the said province. Delivered by Samuell Jennings speaker of the said Assembly, at Burlington the 8th day of May, 1717.New Jersey. Legislature. General Assembly.N01113EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A funeral sermon on the death of that learned & excellent divine the Reverend Mr. Samuel Willard, Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston, and vice-president of Harvard Colledge. Who deceased Sept. 12. 1707. aetatis suae 68. / By Ebenezer Pemberton, A.M. ; To which is annexed, a poem, on the same sorrowful occasion, by the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Colman.Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1672-1717.N01116EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A memorial of the present deplorable state of New-England, with the many disadvantages it lyes under, by the male-administration of their present governour, Joseph Dudley, Esq. and his son Paul, &c. : Together with several affidavits of people of worth, relating to several of the said governour's mercenary and illegal proceedings, but particularly his private treacherous correspondence with Her Majesty's enemies the French and Indians. : To which is added, a faithful, but melancholy account of several barbarities lately committed upon Her Majesty's subjects, by the said French and Indians, in the east and west parts of New-England. / Faithfully digested from the several original letters, papers, and mss. by Philopolites.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01117EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The body of death anatomized. A brief essay concerning the sorrows and the desires of the regenerate, upon their sense of indwelling sin; delivered at the lecture in Boston. 12 d. 7 m. 1706. / By Nehemiah Walter, Pastor of the church in Roxbury. ; [Four lines of quotations in Latin]Walter, Nehemiah, 1663-1750.N01121EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God in the camp: or, The only way for a people to engage the presence of God with their armies. Delivered in a sermon preach'd before His Excellency and General Assembly, at a lecture in Boston, March 6th. 1706,7. / By John Williams, Pastor of the church in Deerfield. ; [Four lines of quotations]Williams, John, 1664-1729.N01122EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The redeemed captive, returning to Zion. A faithful history of remarkable occurrences, in the captivity and the deliverance of Mr. John Williams; Minister of the Gospel, in Deerfield, who, in the desolation which befel that plantation, by an incursion of the French & Indians, was by them carried away, with his family, and his neighbourhood, unto Canada. : Whereto there is annexed a sermon preached by him, upon his return, at the lecture in Boston, Decemb. 5. 1706. On those words, Luk. 8. 39. Return to thine own house, and shew how great things God hath done unto thee.Williams, John, 1664-1729.N01123EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of not reforming known evils or, The inexcusableness of a knowing people refusing to be reformed. As it was set forth on a day of publick fasting, April 16. 1707. At Hatfield. / By William Williams, Pastor of the church there. ; [Four lines from Isaiah]Williams, William, 1665-1741.N01124EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The piety and duty of rulers to comfort and encourage the ministry of Christ. As it was represented in a sermon at the lecture in Boston, before His Excellency and the General Court, June 10th. 1708. / By Benjamin Colman. M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines of Latin quotation]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01128EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of believers to oppose the growth of the kingdom of sin, pressed; the means and manner of managing this opposition explained; the ways whereby men become guilty of discouraging others from vigorous attempts against the growth of vice, and the carnal grounds of their so doing detected. In a sermon preached before the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, on the day of their anniversary election, in the year 1708. / By Samuel Danforth, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Taunton. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Danforth, Samuel, 1666-1727.N01130EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Corderius americanus. An essay upon the good education of children. And what may hopefully be attempted, for the hope of the flock. In a funeral sermon upon Mr. Ezekiel Cheever. The ancient and Honourable master of the Free-School in Boston. Who left off, but when mortality took him off, in August, 1708. the ninety fourth year of his age. : With an elegy and an epitaph upon him. / By one that was once a scholar to him. ; [One line epigram in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01142EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Winthropi justa. A sermon at the funeral of the Honourable John Winthrop Esq. late governour of the colony of Connecticut, in New-England; who died, at Boston, Nov. 27. 1707 and was honourably there interr'd on Decemb. 4. ensuing; in the 69th year of his age. : [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01146EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation, wherein the strange doctrine lately published in a sermon, the tendency of which, is, to encourage unsanctified persons (while such) to approach the holy table of the Lord, is examined and confuted. With an appendix, shewing what Scripture ground there is to hope, that within a very few years there will be a glorious reformation of the church throughout the world. / By I. Mather, D.D. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01147EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay tending to promote reformation, by a brief sermon, preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council, & Representatives, of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in N.E. on May 26. 1708. Which was the anniversary day for election of Her Majesties Council for this province. / By John Norton, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Hingham. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]Norton, John, ca. 1651-1716.N01150EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The falseness of the hopes of many professors, shewed in a sermon preached in Boston, the 8th. of July, 1708. Being the lecture day. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01151EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The inexcusableness of neglecting the worship of God, under a pretence of being in an unconverted condition. Shewed in a sermon preached at Northampton, the 17th. Decemb. 1707. being the time of the sitting of the Inferiour Court. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of Northampton. ; Imprimatur, J. Dudley.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01152EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The grammarians funeral, or, An elegy composed upon the death of Mr. John Woodmancy, formerly a school-master in Boston: but now published upon the death of the venerable Mr. Ezekiel Chevers [i.e., Cheevers], the late and famous school-master of Boston in New-England; who departed this life the twenty-first of August 1708. Early in the morning. In the ninety-fourth year of his age.Tompson, Benjamin, 1642-1714.N01155EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An alarm sounded to prepare the inhabitants of the vvorld to meet the Lord in the way of his judgments. By Bath. Bowers. ; [Eight lines from Daniel]Bowers, Bathsheba, 1672 or 3-1718.N01161EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A serious call to the Quakers, inviting them to Christianity. By a Friend.Keith, George, 1639?-1716.N01168EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
His Excellency John Lord Lovelace, Baron of Hurley, capt. general and governour in chief of the provinces of Nova Casarea or New-Jersey, New York and territories depending thereon in America, and vice-admiral of the same. His speech to the General Assembly of New-Jersey, conven'd at Amboy the 4th day of March, 1708.New Jersey. Governor (1708-1709 : Lovelace).N01170EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The temple opening. A particular church considered as a temple of the Lord. In a sermon preached on a a [sic] day, when such a church was gathered, and a pastor ordained. : Now published by that church, as a continual monitor of their duty, and for the more extensive benefit of others, who would be confirmed in the right wayes of the Lord. : [Three lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01181EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation concerning the future conversion of the Jewish Nation. Answering the objections of the Reverend and learned Mr. Baxter, Dr. Lightfoot, and others. : With an enquiry into the first resurrection. / By Increase Mather, president of Harvard-Colledge, at Cambridge, in New-England. ; [Three lines from Jeremiah]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01184EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of a speedy and thorough reformation, as it was discoursed in a sermon, preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council, and representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: on May 25. 1709. Which was the day for election of Her Majesties Council for that province. / By Grindal Rawson; A.M. & Pastor of a church of Christ in Mendon. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Rawson, Grindal, 1659-1715.N01197EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To His Excellency John Lord Lovelace, Barron of Hurly, captain general and governour in chief of the provinces of New-Jersey, New-York, and territories depending thereon in America, and vice admiral of the same. The answer of Peter Sonmans, to an address presented to Your Excellency, by the House of Representatives, dated March 18. 1708.Sonmans, Peter.N01199EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An appeal to the learned. Being a vindication of the right of visible saints to the Lords Supper, though they be destitute of a saving work of God's spirit on their hearts: against the exceptions of Mr. Increase Mather. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of Northampton. ; [Two lines from Daniel]Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01201EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Jethro's advice recommended to the inhabitants of Boston, in New-England, viz. to chuse well-qualified men, and haters of covetousness, for town officers. : In a lecture on Exodus 18. 21. 9th 1st month 1709.10 / By Thomas Bridge, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [One line from Luke]Bridge, Thomas, 1657-1715.N01211EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The blackness of sins against light. Or, Mens offering violence to their knowledge, and forcibly breaking thorow all the interposing flames of it, to work iniquity. Considered in its criminalness, & as no small aggravation of their vile transgression. / By John Danforth. ; [Three lines of quotation]Danforth, John, 1660-1730.N01212EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The woful effects of drunkenness A sermon preached at Bristol, Octob. 12. 1709. When two Indians, Josias and Joseph, were executed for murther, occasioned by the drunkenness both of the murthering & murthered parties. / By Samuel Danforth, Pastor of the church of Taunton. ; [Two lines of Scripture texts]Danforth, Samuel, 1666-1727.N01214EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Bonifacius. An essay upon the good, that is to be devised and designed, by those who desire to answer the great end of life, and to do good while they live. A book offered, first, in general, unto all Christians, in a personal capacity, or in a relative. Then more particularly, unto ministers, unto physicians, unto lawyers, unto scholemasters [sic], unto wealthy gentlemen, unto several sorts of officers, unto churches, and unto all societies of a religious character and intention. With humble proposals, of unexceptionable methods, to do good in the world. : [Two lines from Ephesians]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01223EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Dust and ashes. An essay upon repentance to the last. Advising a watchful Christian, upon that case; how to keep alive the daily exercise of repentance, to the end of his life? : [Six lines of quotations in Latin and English]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01225EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Elizabeth in her holy retirement. An essay to prepare a pious woman for her lying in. Or, Maxims and methods of piety, to direct and support an handmaid of the Lord, who expects a time of travail. : [Three lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01226EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Nehemiah. A brief essay on divine consolations, how great they are; and how great the regards to be paid unto them, : with an application thereof to some frequent cases; especially, the death of relatives. : Offered, at the lecture in Boston. 30 d. 9 m. 1710. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. ; [Two lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01230EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Theopolis Americana. An essay on the golden street of the holy city: publishing, a testimony against the corruptions of the market-place. With some good hopes of better things to be yet seen in the American world. In a sermon, to the General Assembly of the Massachusett-Province in New-England. 3 d. 9 m. 1709. : [Five lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01232EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning the grace of courage, wherein the nature, beneficialness, and necessity of that vertue for all Christians, is described. Delivered in a sermon preached at Boston in New-England. June 5th. 1710. / By Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Two lines from I Corinthians]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01237EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The divine original and dignity of government asserted; and an advantageous prospect of the rulers mortality recommended. A sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council, and Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, May 31. 1710. The day for the election of Her Majesties Council there. / By Ebenezer Pemberton Pastor of a church in Boston, and Fellow of Harvard College in Camb.Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1672-1717.N01247EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay to do good. By a disswasive from tavern-haunting, and excessive drinking. / By Benjamin Wadworth, Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston; ; together with a lecture sermon, by the same author.Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01252EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The unreasonableness and danger of a peoples renouncing their subjection to God. A sermon, preached at the General Court of election, at Hartford in the colony of Connecticut on May the tenth 1711. / By Stephen Buckingham M.A. and Pastor of the church in Norwalk. ; [Text]Buckingham, Stephen, 1675-1746.N01255EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty and honour of aged women, deliver'd at the lecture in Boston, March 15. 1711. After the funeral of the excellent, Mrs. Abigail Foster. Consort and relict of the late Honourable John Foster Esqr. One of Her Majesties Council, etc. / By Benjamin Colman.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01257EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Compassions called for. An essay of profitable reflections on miserable spectacles. : To which is added, A faithful relation of some late, but strange occurrences that call for an awful and useful consideration. Especially distresses and deliverances, of a company lately shipwreck'd on a desolate rock, on the coast of New-England. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01264EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Memorials of early piety. Occurring in the holy life & joyful death of Mrs. Jerusha Oliver. : With some account of her Christian experiences, extracted from her reserved papers: and published, for the service of Christianity; but especially to serve the intentions of early religion. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01265EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Burnings bewailed: in a sermon, occasioned by the lamentable fire which was in Boston, Octob. 2. 1711. In which the sins which provoke the Lord to kindle fires, are enquired into. / By Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01269EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning the death of the righteous. Occasioned by the deaths of the Honourable, John Foster Esqr. who dyed at Boston in New-England Feb. 9th. 1710,11. And his pious consort, Mrs. Abigail Foster. Who departed soon after him, viz. on the 5th. of March. / By I. Mather, D.D. ; [Four lines from Revelation]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01270EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Meditations on the glory of the heavenly world. I. On the happiness of the soul of believers, at the instant of their separation from their bodies. II. On the glory of the bodies of God's children, in the resurrection world, when they shall be as the angels of heaven. III. On the glory of both soul and body in the heaven of heavens, after the day of judgment, to all eternity. / By Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Six lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01272EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sort of believers never saved. Or, The danger of miscarrying in point of salvation, by a false ineffectual faith; a faith having no root; whereby many professors either fall away after hopeful beginnings; or miss of heaven in the height of their hopes. The substance of two sermons; part of the opening and applying the parable of the sower, and the seed that fell on the rock, Luk. viii. 13. / Preached at Lynn, in the county of Essex, N.E. by J. Shepard. ; Published at the request of some of the inhabitants of the town, for the benefit of others in the place. ; [Three lines from II Corinthians]Shepard, Jeremiah, 1648-1720.N01282EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The alsufficient physician tendering to heal the political and spiritual wounds & sicknesses of a distressed province. As it was discoursed in a sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council and representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on May 30. 1711. Which was the day for election of Her Majesties [sic] Council for that province. / By Peter Thacher, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Milton. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Thacher, Peter, 1651-1727.N01284EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The hazzard and the unprofitableness, of losing a soul, for the sake of gaining the world; evidenced in a sermon, on Mat. XVI. 26. / By John Barnard, A.M.Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N01292EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's sovereign government among the nations asserted in a sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council, and representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on May 28. 1712. Being the day for election of Her Majesties Council for that province. / By Samuel Cheever, Pastor of the church in Marblehead. ; [Six lines from Psalms]Cheever, Samuel, 1639-1724.N01294EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached at the Queen's Chappel in Boston, upon Christmas Day, the 25th. of December, 1712. Publish'd at the request of the gentlemen of the vestry. / By Mr. Harris, one of the Ministers of the said chappel, and fellow of Jesus-College, in Oxford.Harris, Henry, 1689-1729.N01296EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Grace defended. A censure on the ungodliness, by which the glorious grace of God, is too commonly abused. A sermon preached on the twenty fifth day of December, 1712. Containing some seasonable admonitions of piety. And concluded, with a brief dissertation on that case, whether the penitent thief on the cross, be an example of one repenting at the last hour, and on such a repentance received unto mercy? / By Cotton Mather, D.D. ; [One line from Isaiah]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01303EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Grata brevitas. An essay made in a few words, to demonstrate that a few words may have much comprised in them. With the most weighty matters of religion, offered in several abridgments, as particular demonstrations of it. : A winter-sermon preached at Boston lecture 27.d. 9.m. 1712. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. ; [One line of quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01304EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Thoughts for the day of rain. In two essay's: I. The Gospel of the rainbow. In the meditations of piety, on the appearance of the bright clouds, with the bow of God upon them. II. The Saviour with his rainbow. And the covenant which God will remember to his people in the cloudy times that are passing over them. / By Cotton Mather., D.D. ; [Seven lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01310EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The young man spoken to another essay, to recommend & inculcate the maxims of early religion, unto young persons; and especially the religion of the closet. In a sermon preached unto them on a special occasion. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. ; [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01315EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Wo to drunkards. Two sermons testifying against the sin of drunkenness: wherein the wofulness of that evil, and the misery of all that are addicted to it, is discovered from the word of God. / By Increase Mather, D.D.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01322EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Tribute to Caesar, how paid by the best Christians, and to what purpose. With some remarks on the late vigourous expedition against Canada. Of civil government, how inconsistent it is with the government of Christ in his Church. Compared with the ancient just and righteous principles of the Quakers, and their modern practice and doctrine. With some notes upon the discipline of their church in this province, especially at Philadelphia. / By Philalethes. ; [Three lines]Rakestraw, William.N01324EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great concernment of Gospel ordinances manifested from the great effect of the well improving or neglect of them. Delivered in a sermon at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Jonathtan [sic] Dickinson, at Elizabeth-Town, the 29th of September, 1709. / By Joseph Morgan, a Minister of the Gospel. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Morgan, Joseph, 1671-ca. 1749.N01325EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gospel-times, or Oaths forbidden under the Gospel. Herein being shewn, that the Quaker's doctrine, not to swear at all as it is sufficiently grounded upon the commands of our Saviour Jesus Christ ... From a book call'd a Treatise of oaths &c. formerly presented to the King and Parliament & subscribed by our Friends William Penn, Alexander Parker, Stephen Crisp, George Whitehead, James Claypool, William Mead, with some others. ...N01331EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Those taught by God the Father, to know God the Son; are blessed. A sermon preached at Boston lecture, July 3d. 1712. / By Solomon Stoddard, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ at Northampton. ; [Seven lines from John]Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01335EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ's forgiveness of true Christians, is a preceptive patern of Christian fraternal forgiveness. A sermon on Col. III. 13. preached upon a solemn occasion. / By Peter Thacher, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Milton, N.E. ; [Seven lines from Matthew]Thacher, Peter, 1651-1727.N01336EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Fraud and injustice detected and condemned. In a lecture sermon in Boston, Feb. 28. 1711,12. / By Benj. Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston, N.E. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01339EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief discourse concerning the lawfulness of worshipping God by the Common-Prayer. Being in answer to a book, entituled, A brief discourse concerning the unlawfulness of the Common-Prayer worship. Lately printed in New-England. : [One line from I Corinthians]Williams, John, 1636?-1709.N01341EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of religion in societies; and its serviceableness to promote the due and successful exercise of government in them: asserted and shewed. A sermon preach'd before the General-Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May 14. 1713. / By John Bulkley, A.M. Pastor of the church in Colchester. ; Publish'd by order of authority.Bulkley, John, 1679-1731.N01345EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The hainous nature of the sin of murder. And the great happiness of deliverance from it. : As it was represented in a sermon at the lecture in Boston, Sept. 24. 1713. Before the execution of one David Wallis. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01346EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached by the Reverend, Mr. John Cotton, teacher of the First Church in Boston in New-England. Deliver'd at Salem, 1636. : To which is prefixed, a retraction of his former opinion concerning baptism, utter'd by him immediately preceeding the sermon emitted. He dyed on the 23. day of December, 1652. Entring [sic] on the 68 year of his age. : [Seven lines from I Corithians]Cotton, John, 1584-1652.N01347EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise I. Of faith. II. Twelve fundamental articles of Christian religion. III. A doctrinal conclusion. IV. Questions and answers upon church-government. Taken from written copies long since delivered by the late Reverend Mr. John Cotton, teacher of the First Church in Boston, in New-England.Cotton, John, 1584-1652.N01348EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The A, B, C. of religion. Lessons relating to the fear of God, fitted unto the youngest & lowest capacities. And children suitably instructed in the maxims of religion. : [One line from I John]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01357EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The best way of living; which is to die daily: very briefly described and commended in a plain discourse, made at a time, when the author had newly seen repeated strokes of death, on his own family. And the publisher had his family also struck with a sudden death upon a vital part of it. : 22. d. IX. m. 1713. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. ; [One line from 2 Corinthians]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01360EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Golgotha. A lively description of death. With such thoughts, as are to be entertained by men, that they may not perish, in that very day, when the thoughts of men do perish. Occasioned by some fresh instances of early mortality. With a more particular memorial of one of them; namely, Mr. Recompence Wadsworth, a late school-master in Boston. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01364EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Nepenthes evangelicum. A brief essay, upon a soul at ease; in what piety will bring both parents and children to. : A sermon occasion'd by the death of a religious matron, Mrs. Mary Rock. Who having entred the eighty first year of her age, withdrew from us. 30d. 7m. 1713. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. ; [One line from Matthew]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01367EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The sad effects of sin. A true relation of the murder committed by David Wallis, on his companion Benjamin Stolwood: on Saturday night, the first of August, 1713. With his carriage ofter condemnation; his confession and dying speech at the place of execution, &c. : To which are added, the sermons preached at the lecture in Boston, in his hearing, after condemnation; and on the day of his execution, being Sept. 24. 1713.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01369EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Wholesome words. A visit of advice, given unto families that are visited with sickness; by a pastoral letter, briefly declaring the duties incumbent on all persons in the families, that have any sick persons in them. : [Two lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01375EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The believers gain by death: opened and applyed in a sermon. Wherein is shewed, who are they that live to Christ, and how death will be gainful to all that do so. Upon the death of a valuable relative. / By I. Mather, D.D. ; [Six lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01377EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Portsmouth disputation examined, being a brief answer to the arguments used by the Anti-Paedo-Baptists in Dr. Russels narrative of the disputation held at Portsmouth, between some Baptists and Presbyterian ministers. / By Joseph Morgan. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Morgan, Joseph, 1671-ca. 1749.N01380EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Proposals touching the accomplishment of prophecies humbly offered by Samuel Sewall M.A. and sometime Fellow of Harvard College at Cambridge in New-England. ; [Eight lines of quotations]Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.N01392EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The efficacy of the fear of Hell, to restrain men from sin. Shewed in a sermon before the inferiour court in Northampton, Decem. 3d, 1712. : Together with the benefit of the Gospel, to those that are wounded in spirit. Shewed in several sermons, from Luke 4th. 18, 19. On the occasion of a more than ordinary pouring out of the spirit of God. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01395EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The churches quarrel espoused, or, A reply in satyre, to certain proposals made, in answer to this question, What further steps are to be taken, that the councils may have due constitution and efficacy in supporting, preserving and well ordering the interest of the churches in the country? [Five lines of quotations]Wise, John, 1652-1725.N01398EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Spiritual anatomizing: or, A few characteristical notes of a Godly state offer'd, under ten heads of tryal for our fullest resolution & decision; with a brief introduction thereto. / By Ames Angier A.M. ; [Seven lines of quotations]Angier, Ames, 1681-1738?N01399EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter, from one in Boston, to his friend in the country. In answer to a letter directed to John Burril, Esqr. Speaker to the House of Representatives, for the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England.F---l. B---t.N01401EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The peaceful end of the perfect and upright man. A sermon, occasioned by the death of Mr. John Atwood, who departed this life, the 26th. of August 1714. aged 67 years. / By John Barnard, A.M. ; [Four lines of scripture texts]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N01402EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Two sermons: The Christians behaviour under severe and repeated bereavements, and The fatal consequence of a peoples persisting in sin: / by John Barnard, A.M.Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N01403EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Forcing a maintenance not warrantable from the Holy Scripture, for a minister of the Gospel. Being an answer to some false and erronious [sic] pages, writ by Joseph Metcalfe tending to stir up persecution / by Thomas Chalkley. ; [Three lines of Scripture text]Chalkley, Thomas, 1675-1741.N01404EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
On the much lamented death of the Reverend Mr. Noadiah Russel, late Pastor of the church of Christ in Middletown, who had his clayey tabernacle dissolved and his mortality swallowed up of life, December 3d. 1713. Aetatis Suae, 55.Collins, Nathaniel, 1677-1756.N01405EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A devout contemplation on the meaning of Divine Providence, in the early death of pious and lovely children. Preached upon the sudden and lamented death of Mrs. Elizabeth Wainwright. Who departed this life, April the 8th. 1714. Having just compleated the fourteenth year of her age. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor to a church in Boston.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01406EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An exhortation to all: to use utmost endeavours to obtain a visit of the God of Hosts, for the preservation of religion, and the church, upon earth. In a sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, the Honourable Council and Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in N.E. on May 26. 1714. Being the anniversary day of the election of councellors of the said province. / By Samuel Danforth, Pastor of the church in Taunton. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Danforth, Samuel, 1666-1727.N01408EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Objections to the bank of credit lately projected at Boston. Being a letter upon that occasion, to John Burril, Esq; speaker to the House of Representatives for the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. : [Two lines of quotation]Dudley, Paul, 1675-1751.N01409EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The American defence of the Christian golden rule, or An essay to prove the unlawfulness of making slaves of men. By him who loves the freedom of the souls and bodies of all men, John Hepburn.Hepburn, John.N01412EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Androboros A bographical [sic] farce in three acts, viz. The senate, the consistory, and the apotheosis.Hunter, Robert, 1666-1734.N01414EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Vindication of the bank of credit projected in Boston from the aspersions of Paul Dudley, Esqr. in a letter by him directed to John Burril Esqr. late speaker of the House of Representatives for the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England.N01417EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Duodecennium luctuosum. The history of a long war with Indian salvages, and their directors and abettors; from the year, 1702. To the year, 1714. Comprised in a short essay, to declare the voice of the glorious God, in the various occurrences of that war, which have been thought matters of more special observation. : A recapitulation made in the audience, of his Excellency the governour, and the General Assembly of the Massachusett province; at Boston, 30. d. VII. m. 1714. : [Two lines from Livy]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01421EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Insanabilia. An essay upon incurables; handling that case, What shall people do under their griefs, when there is no curing of them? And aimed at the comfort and counsil of the many, who encounter those grievous things, for which there is no remedy but patience. : [One line epigram in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01424EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Maternal consolations. An essay on, the consolations of God; whereof, a man whom his mother comforteth, receives a shadow; and all the children of God, enjoy the substance. Made on the death of Mrs. Maria Mather, the consort of the Reverend Dr. Increase Mather, and the daughter of the renowned Mr. John Cotton, who expired on, 4 d. 2 m. 1714. In the seventy third year of her age. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. & F.R.S. and a son of the deceased gentlewoman. ; [Three lines from II Corinthians]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01426EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon concerning obedience & resignation to the will of God in every thing. Occasion'd by the death of that pious gentlewoman, Mrs. Mariah Mather, late consort of Increase Mather, D.D. Who entered into her everlasting rest, on the Lords Day, April.4. 1714. : [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01435EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Model for erecting a bank of credit; with a discourse in explanation thereof. : Adapted to the use of any trading countrey, where there is a scarcity of moneys: more especially for His Majesties plantations in America. Quo communius eo melius.N01436EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Origin of the whale bone-petticoat. A satyr. : Boston, August 2d. 1714.N01442EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Select essays, with some few miscellaneous copies of verses drawn by ingenious hands. : [One line in Latin]N01445EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A guide to Christ. Or, The way of directing souls that are under the work of conversion. Compiled for the help of young ministers: and may be serviceable to private Christians, who are enquiring the way to Zion. / By Solomon Stoddard, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Northampton. ; With an epistle prefixed, by the Reverend Dr. Increase Mather.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01446EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Lord's voice, crying to his people: in some extraordinary dispensations considered in a sermon, upon Micah VI. 9. Preached 27 d. 1 m. 1715. Occasioned by the terrible tragedies of a man barbarbously murdering his wife and her sister, and then burning his house, March 22, 1715. : Together with some account about the poor man written for the benefit of the living. / By Nathaniel Clap, M.A. Preacher of the Gospel at N. Port, R. Island.Clap, Nathaniel, 1669-1745.N01456EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Gospel ministry the rich gift of the ascended Saviour unto his church. As it was represented in a sermon preached August 2. 1715. / By Mr. Benjamin Colman, on a day of prayer kept by his congregation, to implore the divine conduct and blessing with them, in their election of another into the pastoral office among them.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01458EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some of the honours that religion does unto the fruitful mothers in Israel. Meditated upon the birth & preached at the baptism of a child. Boston Jan. 16. 1714,15. / By Benjamin Colman A.M.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01462EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sacramental exercises or, The Christian's employment, before, at, and after the Lords Supper. By Jabez Earle.Earle, Jabez, 1676?-1768.N01464EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A monitor for communicants. An essay to excite and assist religious approaches to the table of the Lord. : Offered by an assembly of the New-English pastors, unto their own flocks, and unto all the churches in these American colonies: with a solemn testimony to that cause of God, and religion in them.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01479EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Shaking dispensations. An essay upon the mighty shakes, which the hand of heaven, hath given, and is giving, to the world. : With some useful remarks on the death of the French king, who left off to make the world a wilderness, and to destroy the cities thereof; on the twenty-first of August. 1715. In a sermon on that great occasion, at Boston, New-England. 13 d. VIII m. 1715. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. & F.R.S.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01483EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sorrowful spectacle. In two sermons, occasioned by a just sentence of death, on a miserable woman, for the murder of a spurious offspring. : The one declaring, the evil of an heart hardened, under and against all means of good. : The other describing, the fearful case of such as in a suffering time, and much more such as in a dying hour, are found without the fear of God. : With some remarkable things, relating to the criminal; proper for all to be informed of. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. ; [One line from Acts]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01484EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several sermons wherein is shewed, I. That Jesus Christ is a mighty Saviour. II. That God converts his elect some at one age, and some at another, commonly before old age. III. That when godly men dye, angels carry their souls to another and a better world. : With a preface in which there is a brief and true character of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Bridge a lately deceased pastor in one of the churches in Boston. / By Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Four lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01488EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The debtors monitor, directory & comforter: or, The way to get & keep out of debt. In three sermons. / By Samuel Moodey M.A. Pastor of the church at York, N.E.Moodey, Samuel, 1676-1747.N01489EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An election sermon, preached before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May the 12th. 1715. By Joseph Moss, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Darby. ; The discourse sheweth, that frequent reading and studying the Scriptures and the civil law of the common wealth, is needful and profitable for rulers. ; [Three lines from Exodus] ; Published by order of authority.Moss, Joseph, 1679-1732.N01490EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An act passed by the General Assembly of the colony of New-York the fourth day of Septmeber, 1714. being the 13th year of the reign of Queen Anne. An act for the paying and discharging the several debts and sums of money, claimed as debts of this colony, to the several persons therein named; and to make and enforce the currency of bills of credit to the value of twenty seven thousand six hundred and eighty pounds, for that purpose. Also, to make void all claims and demands made, or pretended to be due from this colony before the first day of June, 1714. and to prevent this colony from being in debt for the future.New York (State).N01493EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's conduct of his church through the wilderness, with his glorious arm, to make himself an everlasting name. A sermon preached by order of the Honourable Representatives, of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. On May the 25th, 1715. Being their anniversary day for election of His Majesties Council for that province. / By Jeremiah Shepard, A.M. Pastor of the church of Lynn. ; [Five lines from Deuteronomy]Shepard, Jeremiah, 1648-1720.N01500EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Invitations to the Gospel feast, or, Free offers of salvation through Christ. Eleven sermons, from Luke XIV. 16.--24. / By Benj. Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston N.E. ; [Eight lines from Proverbs]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01506EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Answer to what has been offer'd as argument against the validity and force of an act of Assembly, entituled, An act that the solemn affirmation and declaration of the people called Quakers, &c. Passed in the province of New-Jersey, in the 13th year of the reign of Queen Anne.N01513EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Entertaining passages relating to Philip's War which began in the month of June, 1675. As also of expeditions more lately made against the common enemy, and Indian rebels, in the eastern parts of New-England: : with some account of the Divine Providence towards Benj. Church Esqr; / by T.C.Church, Benjamin, 1639-1718.N01515EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief enquiry into the reasons why the people of God have been wont to bring into their penitential confessions, the sins of their fathers and ancestors, in times long since past. Preached on a day of general prayer and fasting, March 22. 1716. / By Benjamin Colman.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01516EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The honour and happiness of the vertuous woman; more especially considered in the two relations of a wife and mother. : Meditated upon the lamented death of Mrs. Elizabeth Hirst, the vertuous consort of Grove Hirst, Esq; who departed this life, July 10. 1716. In the 35 year of her age. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. N.E.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01517EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon for the reformation of manners. Being designed as a sutable [sic] exhortation to enforce the reading of the King's royal proclamation for the encouragment of piety and vertue, and for the preventing and punishing of vice, prophaness and immorality. : [Two lines from Romans] / By Benjamin Colman, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston, N.E.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01518EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach'd at Boston in New-England on Thursday the 23d. of August. 1716. Being the day of publick thanksgiving, for the suppression of the late vile and traiterous rebellion in Great Britain. / By Benjamin Colman, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01519EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Judgment begun at the house of God: and the righteous scarcely saved. Blessed Peter's prophecy of a dreadful time of visitation, considered; with his alarm to the godly advertizing them of their danger, & inciting their precaution, and necessary armament: and his praemonition concerning the ensuing catastrophie of the carnal and ungodly. : Truths not unsuitable for the present generations to think on, considering what times are now in view. / By John Danforth, A.M. Pastor of the Church at Dorchester.Danforth, John, 1660-1730.N01526EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Fair dealing between debtor and creditor. A very brief essay upon the caution to be used, about coming in to debt, and getting out of it. Offered at Boston-lecture; 5. d. XI. m. 1715/16. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. & F.R.S. ; [Two lines of quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01536EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A disquisition concerning ecclesiastical councils. Proving, that not only pastors, but brethren delegated by the churches, have equally a right to a decisive vote in such assemblies. : To which is added, proposals concerning consociation of churches, agreed upon by a synod, which convened at Boston, in New-England. : With a preface, containing a further vindication of the Congregational discipline. / By Increase Mather. D.D. ; [Ten lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01544EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Two discourses shewing, I. That the Lords ears are open to the prayers of the righteous. II. The dignity & duty of aged servants of the Lord. : Also, a preface in which the Congregational discipline of the churches in New-England is vindicated, with the authors dying testimony there-unto. / By I. Mather, D.D. ; [Four lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01545EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A short discourse shewing that our salvation is of meer grace. [Five lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Warham, 1666-1745.N01546EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The certainty & suddenness of Christ's coming to judgment, improved as a motive to diligence in preparing for it. In a sermon at the lecture in Boston, October 6. 1715. / By Joseph Sewall, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines from Matthew]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N01559EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Desires that Joshua's resolution may be revived: or, Excitations to the constant and diligent exercise of family-religion: being the substance of sundry sermons. / By Joseph Sewall, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Nine lines of Scripture quotations]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N01560EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some considerations upon the several sorts of banks propos'd as a medium of trade: and some improvements that might be made in this province, hinted at.N01561EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Rulers feeding & guiding their people, with integrity & skilfulness. A sermon preached, to the Great & General Court of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, conven'd at Boston in N.E. on May 30. 1716. The stated day for their anniversary election of counsellers. / By B. Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01565EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse occasioned by the late distressing storm which began Feb. 20th. 1716,17. As it was deliver'd March 3d. 1716,/7. / By Eliphalet Adams, A.M. Pastor of the Church in New London. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Adams, Eliphalet, 1677-1753.N01568EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The nature and manner of man's blessing God; with our obligations thereto. A sermon preached at Salem, upon a publick thanksgiving, the Thursday after the death of the Reverend, Mr. George Curwin; who departed this life, Novemb. 23d. 1717. in the 35th year of his age. / By John Barnard, A.M. Colleague Pastor to the First Church of Christ in Marblehead.Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N01569EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sermons preached at the lecture in Boston, from Luke XI, 21, 22. Shewing I. That the soul of man is a noble palace which the great God built for himself. II. That it is now become as a garison or strong hold, which Satan keeps against God. III. That there is a wretched peace and cursed quiet, which the carnal heart lies in under Satans tyranny. IV. That the victorious Saviour rescues whom he pleases, and will rescue all his chosen, from Satans power and tyranny. : To which is added, a discourse from Psalm CXXII. I. I was glad when they said unto me, let me go unto the House of the Lord. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01574EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The firm union of a people represented; and a concern for it, urged; upon all orders and degrees of men: in a sermon preached before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May 9. 1717. The day for electing the honourable the governour, the deputy governour, and the worshipful the Assistants there. / By Timothy Cutler, M.A. Pastor of the church in Stratford. ; Published by order of authority.Cutler, Timothy, 1684-1765.N01580EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Legacy for children, being some of the last expressions, and dying sayings, of Hannah Hill, Junr. of the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pennsilvania, in America, aged eleven years and near three months.N01585EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Bridgwater's monitor. Two sermons, preached unto a new-assembly, of Christians at Bridgwater. On, 14d. VI. m. 1717. A day of prayer kept by them, at their entring into the new-edifice, erected for the worship of God among them. / The first, by James Keith, Pastor of the church in Bridgwater. ; The second, by Samuel Danforth, Pastor of the church in Taunton. ; With a preface of Dr. Increase Mather, and Dr. Cotton Mather.Keith, James, 1643-1719.N01588EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief account of the state of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, civil and ecclesiastical. By a lover of his country.Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1672-1717.N01595EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Febrifugium. An essay for the cure of ungoverned anger: in a sermon preached, at the proposal and on the occasion, of a man under a sentence of death, for a murder committed by him in his anger. At Boston, 23. d. III. m. 1717. : [Two lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01597EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Instructions to the living, from the condition of the dead. A brief relation of remarkables in the shipwreck of above one hundred pirates, who were cast away in the ship Whido, on the coast of New-England, April 26. 1717. And in the death of six, who after a fair trial at Boston, were convicted & condemned, Octob. 22. And executed, Novemb. 15. 1717. : With some account of the discourse had with them on the way to their execution. And a sermon preached on their occasion.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01600EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The valley of Hinnom. The terrours of hell demonstrated and the methods of escaping the terrible miseries of the punishments on the wicked there, declared. In a sermon preached in the hearing, and at the request, of a man under a sentence of death for a murder; just before the execution of the sentence; and upon a text by himself assigned for the sermon to insist upon. At Boston, 13.d. IV.m. 1717, : [Two lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01608EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Zelotes. A zeal for the house of God, blown up, in a sermon unto an assembly of Christians; in the south-part of Boston. On 8. d. XI. m. 1716,17. : A day of prayer kept by them, at their first entrance into a new edifice erected by them, for the publick worship of God our Saviour. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. ; [Two lines from St. Ambrose]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01610EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A catalogue of curious and valuable books, belonging to the late reverend & learned, Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton, consisting of divinity, philosophy, history, poetry, &c. Generally well bound, to be sold by auction, at the Crown Coffee-House in Boston, the second day of July 1717. Beginning at three a clock afternoon, and so, de die in diem, until the whole be sold. Also a valuable collection of pamphlets will then be exposed to sale. The books may be viewed from the 25th day of June, until the day of sale, at the house of the late Reverend Mr. Pemberton, where attendance will be given.Gerrish, Samuel, d. 1741.N01618EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A dying fathers last legacy to an only child: or, Mr. Hugh Peter's advice to his daughter. Written by his own hand, during his late imprisonment in the Tower of London; and given her a little before his death.Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660.N01619EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God brings to the desired haven. A thanksgiving-sermon deliver'd at the lecture in Boston. N.E. On Thursday September 5. 1717. Upon occasion of the author's safe arrival thro' many great hazards & deliverances, especially on the seas, in above eight years absence from his dear & native country. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. ; With a prefatory epistle to the reader, by Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Ten lines from Psalms]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N01621EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The character and blessedness of the upright. A sermon occasion'd by the death of the Honourable Wait Winthrop Esq; who expired, Nov. 7. 1717. Aetatis 76. / By Joseph Sewall, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N01623EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Precious treasure in earthen vessels. A sermon occasion'd by the death of the Reverend & learned, Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton, Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston, and Fellow of Harvard College; who expired Wednesday, Febr. 13th. 1716, 17. aetatis suae 45. / By Joseph Sewall, A.M.Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N01624EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Three sermons lately preached at Boston. I. Shewing the vertue of Christs blood to cleanse from sin. II. That natural men are under the government of self-love. III. That the Gospel is the means of conversion. : To which a fourth is added, to stir up young men and maidens to praise the name of the Lord. / By Solomon Stoddard A.M. Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01625EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The triumphs of grace: or, The last words and edifying death of the Lady Margaret de la Musse. A noble French lady, who dyed when but sixteen years of age. / Englished by P.L.La Musse, Margaret de, Lady, 1664 or 5-1681.N01627EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The bonds of baptism: shewing, I. That those under the Gospel, should seek baptism for themselves and their children. II. When those baptiz'd in infancy, grow up to years of understanding; they should renew their covenant with God. / By Benjamin Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston, New-England. ; [Seven lines from Matthew]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01628EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Twelve single sermons on various subjects, tending to promote godliness, and quicken persons to walk in the way of salvation. / Preached, by Benjamin Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston, N.E. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01630EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great salvation revealed and offered in the Gospel explained, and an hearty acceptance of it urged. In several sermons on Hebrews II. 3. / By William Williams, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Hatfield. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Williams, William, 1665-1741.N01633EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of the government of New-England churches. Drawn from antiquity; the light of nature; Holy Scripture; its noble nature; and from the dignity Divine Providence has put upon it. / By John Wise A.M. Pastor to a church in Ipswich. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Wise, John, 1652-1725.N01635EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Psalterium Americanum. The Book of Psalms, in a translation exactly conformed unto the original; but all in blank verse. : Fitted unto the tunes commonly used in our churches. Which pure offering is accompanied with illustrations, digging for hidden treasures in it; and rules to employ it upon the glorious and various intentions of it. : Whereunto are added, some other portions of the sacred Scripture, to enrich the cantional.N01640EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The religious regards we owe to our country, and the blessing of Heaven assured thereunto. A sermon preached before His Excellency Samuel Shute Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the Assembly of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 28. 1718. Being the day for the election of His Majesty's Council there. / By Benjamin Colman A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [One line of Latin quotation]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01641EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A catalogue of curious and valuable books, (which mostly belonged to the Reverend Mr. George Curwin, late of Salem, deceased) : consisting of divinity, philosophy, history, poetry, &c. Generally well bound. : To be sold by auction, at the house of Mr. Elisha Odlin, on the south side of the Town-House in Boston, on Tuesday the second day of September, 1718. Beginning at three a clock afternoon. : The books will be shewn by Samuel Gerrish bookseller, near the Old Meeting House in Boston, from Thursday the 28th day of August, until the day of sale, where catalogues may be had gratis, and at the Sign of the Light House the place of sale. : N.B. A parcel of pamphlets will be then also to be sold.Gerrish, Samuel, d. 1741.N01645EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A familiar guide to the right and profitable receiving of the Lord's Supper. Wherein also the way and method of our salvation is briefly and plainly declar'd. / By Theophilus Dorrington.Dorrington, Theophilus, d. 1715.N01646EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon shewing that the peace and quietness of a people is a main part of the work of civil rulers, and that it is the duty of all to pray for them. Deliver'd at Hartford May the 8th. 1718. being the day for the election of the honourable the governour, lieutenant governour, and the worshipful assistants, for the government of Connecticut. / By Samuel Estabrook, Pastor of the church in Canterbury. ; Publish'd by order of authority.Estabrook, Samuel, 1674-1727.N01647EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A practical discourse relating to the Gospel-ministy [sic]. Preached by Thomas Foxcroft, A.M. at his ordination to the office of Pastor of a church in Boston, on Wednesday, November 20. 1717. ; Published and enlarged at the urgent request of a gentleman of his auditory. With a preface by the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Wadsworth, Pastor of the said Church.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N01648EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to His Majesty's justices of the peace for the county of Chester, with the governour's spceeh [sic] from the bench, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Chester the 15th day of April, 1718, : published at the request of the representatives of the free-men of this province, in General Assembly met at Philadelphia the 5th day of May, 1718.Keith, William, Sir, 1680-1749.N01650EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Faith encouraged. A brief relation of a strange impression from heaven, on the minds of some Jewish children, at the city of Berlin, (in Upper Saxony.) : And some remarks, for the improvement of so marvellous an occurrence. : [One line from Psalms]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01662EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The greatest concern in the world. A short and plain essay, to answer that most concerning and all concerning enquiry, What must I do to be saved? : Published, with a design to assist the addresses of good men unto their neighbours, whom they press to mind, the one thing that is needful.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01663EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Practical truths, plainly delivered: wherein is shewed, I. That true believers on Jesus Christ, shall as certainly enjoy everlasting life in heaven, as if they were there already. II. That there is a blessed marriage between Jesus Christ the son of God, & the true believer. III. That men are infinitely concerned, not only to hear the voice of Christ, but that they do it, to day. IV. The work of the ministry, described, in an ordination sermon. / By Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01667EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon wherein is shewed, I. That the ministers of the Gospel need, and ought to desire the prayers of the Lord's people for them. II. That the people of God ought to pray for his ministers. : Preached at Roxbury, October 29. 1718. When Mr. Thomas Walter was ordained a pastor in that church, by his grand-father, Increase Mather. D.D. : [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01668EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A catalogue of rare and valuable books, being the greatest part of the library of the late Reverend and learned, Mr. Joshua Moodey, and part of the library of the Reverend & learned, Mr. Daniel Gookin, late of Sherbourn, deceas'd. With a valuable collection of books, imported in October last from London. Consisting of divinity philosophy history poetry miscellanies mathematicks voyages and travels. To be sold at auction, at the house of Mr. Elisha Odlin, on the south side of the Town-House in Boston, on Tuesday, the 23d day of December 1718. Beginning at three aclock afternoon. The books to be shewn by Samuel Gerrish bookseller, near the Old Meeting-House in Boston from Thursday the 18th of December, until the day of sale.Gerrish, Samuel, d. 1741.N01670EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse had by the late Reverend and learned Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton, previous to the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Sewall, at Boston, September 16. 1713. Affirming and proving the validity of presbyterial ordination.Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1672-1717.N01682EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A caveat against covetousness in a sermon at the lecture in Boston, N.E. February 20. 1717[/]18. / By Joseph Sewall, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N01683EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of Gospel-ministers to preserve a people from corruption. Set forth, in a sermon preached at Brookfield, October 16. 1717. Being the day wherein the church was gathered, and Mr. Thomas Cheney, was ordained Pastor. / By Solomon Stoddard, A.M. and Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01684EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The presence of Christ with the ministers of the Gospel, opened & applyed in a sermon preached at Swampfield, January 1st. 1717[/]18. Being the day of the gathering of the church, and the ordination of the Reverend Joseph Willard their pastor. / By Solomon Stoddard, A.M. & Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01685EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Trials of eight persons indited for piracy &c. Of whom two were acquitted, and the rest found guilty. At a justiciary Court of Admiralty assembled and held in Boston within His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on the 18th of October 1717. And by several adjournments continued to the 30th. Pursuant to His Majesty's commission and instruction, founded on the act of Parliament made in the 11th. & 12th of King William IIId. Intituled, An act for the more effectual suppression of piracy. : With an appendix, containing the substance of their confessions given before His Excellency the governour, when they were first brought to Boston, and committed to goal.N01688EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Fervent zeal against flagrant wickedness. A lecture-sermon, preach'd at Boston, N.E. on Novemb. 27. 1718. / By Benjamin Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston, N.E. ; [Thirteen lines of Scripture texts]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01691EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An Addition to the present melancholy circumstances of the province considered, &c. March 6th. 1718.9. Exhibiting considerations about labour, commerce, money, notes, or bills of credit.N01695EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief apology in behalf of the people in derision call'd Quakers. Written for the information of our sober and well-inclined neighbours in and about the town of Warminster in the county of Wilts. / By Will. Chandler, Alex. Pyott, Jo. Hodges. And some others. ; [Three lines from 2 Corinthians]Chandler, William.N01698EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Honouring God the true way to honour. A sermon preach'd before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut at Hartford May 14th. 1719. The day for the election of the Honourable the governour, the deputy-governour, & the worshipful assistants there. / By Nathanael Chauncey, A.M. Pastor of the church in Durham. ; Published by order of authority.Chauncey, Nathaniel, 1681-1756.N01699EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The blessing of Zebulun & Issachar. A sermon preached before the Great and General Court or Assembly in Boston, November 19, 1719. / By Benjamin Colman.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01700EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some reasons and arguments offered to the good people of Boston and adjacent places, for setting up markets in Boston.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01701EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Cleansing our way in youth press'd, as of the highest importance: and observing the word of God recommended, as the only sufficient means. In a discourse upon Psal. CXIX. ver. 9. Wherewith shall a young man cleanse his way? By taking heed thereto according to thy word. / By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. ; With a recommendatory preface, by the Reverend Mr. Wadsworth, Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N01706EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Concio ad populum. A distressed people entertained with proposals for the relief of their distresses. In a sermon at Boston; made in the audience of His Excellency the governour, and the General Assembly of the Massachusetts-Bay, New-England. 12 d. Im. 1719. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01717EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A glorious espousal. A brief essay, to illustrate and prosecute the marriage, wherein our great Saviour offers to espouse unto himself the children of men. And thereupon to recommend from that grand pattern a good carriage in the married life among them. : An essay proper and useful in the hands of those who travel on the noble design of espousing the souls of men unto their Saviour. But more particularly and seasonably to be presented, where a marriage is upon a celebration.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01720EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mirabilia Dei. An essay on the very seasonable & remarkable interpositions of the divine providence, to rescue & relieve distressed people, brought unto the very point of perishing; especially relating to that twice-memorable fifth of November. Offered in the audience of His Excellency the governour and the General Assembly of the Massachusetts-province, New-England, on the fifth of November. 1719. / By Cotton Mather D.D. & F.R.S.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01723EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Five sermons on several subjects. I. A birth-day sermon, preached on the day when the author attained to the eightieth year of his age. II. A dying testimony to the sovereign grace of God in the salvation of his elect, containing three sermons. III. Believers encouraged to pray from the consideration of Christs interceding for them, and with them. / By Increase Mather, D.D ; [Six lines of quotations]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01732EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The new-birth, assisted: in a serious letter to one coming into it; / written by the Reverend and renowned, Mr. Jonathan Mitchel, late Pastor to the church at Cambridge in N.E. about the time of his first entrance on the evangelical ministry.Mitchel, Jonathan, 1624-1668.N01734EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Present melancholy circumstances of the province consider'd, and methods for redress humbly proposed, in a letter from one in the country to one in Boston.N01742EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of a strange appearance in the heavens on Tuesday-night, March 6. 1716. As it was seen over Stow-Market in Suffolk in England. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. Of Harvard College in Cambridge in N. England. ; [Five lines from Joel]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N01743EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise concerning conversion: shewing the nature of saving conversion to God, and the way wherein it is wrought; together with an exhortation to labour after it. : To which is added, a lecture-sermon had at Boston, July 2. 1719. Wherein the way to know sincerity and hypocrisy is cleared up. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N01749EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Reverend Mr. Samuel Man, his funeral sermon, on Matt. XIV. 12. Preached at Wrentham, 1719. Upon occasion of his decease. : To which is annexed, The wing of safety offered, and rejected. A serious and seasonable word of admonition and reproof, to the children of Jerusalem, or the church who live under the Gospel; for then refusing to be gathered under the healing and saving wings of the Lord Jesus Christ. In a sermon, on Mat. 23. 37. Preached at Wrentham aforesaid. / By Peter Thacher, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ at Milton.Thacher, Peter, 1651-1727.N01753EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Vicious courses, procuring poverty. Describ'd and condemn'd. A lecture sermon preach'd at Boston, Feb. 19. 1718,19. / By Benjamin Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston, N.E. ; [Nine lines from Proverbs]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N01759EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some short and easy rules teaching the true pronunciation of the French language.Blair, Thomas.N01769EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Choice dialogues between a godly minister, and an honest country-man, concerning election & predestination. Detecting the false principles of a certain man, who calls himself a Presbyter of the Church of England. / By a reverend and laborious Pastor in Christ's flock, by one who has been, for almost twice thirty years, a faithful & painful labourer in Christ's vine-yard. ; [Eight lines from Romans]Checkley, John, 1680-1754.N01770EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Early piety again inculcated from those famous words of Solomon, Eccles. XII. 1. Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth. In a sermon preached to a society of young men, in Boston, July 10. 1720. / By Benjamin Colman.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01772EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The distressed state of the town of Boston once more considered. And methods of redress humbly proposed, with remarks on the pretended country-man's answer to the book, entituled, The distressed state of the town of Boston, &c. : With a schaeme for a bank laid down: and methods for bringing in silver money, proposed. / By John Colman.Colman, John, 1670-1753?N01776EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Reflections upon reflections: or, More news from Robinson Cruso's island, in a dialogue between a country representative and a Boston gentleman, July 12, 1720. : [One line of Latin]Cooke, Elisha, 1678-1737.N01781EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning kindness. Being a sermon preach'd in Boston, on the Lord's-Day, Febr. 28th. 1719,20. And now published, with some enlargement, at the importunity of many that heard it. / By Thomas Foxcroft. ; [Eighteen lines of Scripture texts]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N01787EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning the publick reading of the Holy Scriptures by the Lords people, in their religious assemblies: deliver'd at Tisbury, August 12. 1719. / By William Homes, A.M. Pastor of the church in Chilmark on Martha's Vineyard. ; [Eleven lines of quotations]Homes, William, 1663-1746.N01790EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A peoples living in appearance, and dying in reality, considered. A sermon preached before the General Assembly, of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May 12th. 1720. / By Stephen Hosmer, Pastor of the church in East-Haddam. ; Published by order of authority.Hosmer, Stephen, 1679-1749.N01791EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from one in the country to his friend in Boston, containing some remarks upon a late pamphlet, entituled, The distressed state of the town of Boston, &c.Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765.N01795EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The right way to shake off a viper. An essay, upon a case too commonly calling for consideration; what shall good men do, when they are evil spoken of? : With a preface of Dr. Increase Mather,Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01810EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The salvation of the soul considered. The nature of that great salvation declared; with directions for the obtaining, and incentives to the pursuing, of it. In a brief essay, designed for a dispersion by hands at work for the kingdom of God. : [Two lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01811EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Awakening soul-saving truths, plainly delivered, in several sermons. In which is shewed, I. That many are called, who are not effectually called. II. That men may be of the visible church, and yet not be of the Lord's chosen. III. That the chosen of God are comparatively but few. / By Increase Mather. D.D. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01814EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A further testimony against the scandalous proceedings of the New-North Church in Boston.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01815EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A seasonable testimony to good order in the churches of the faithful. Particularly declaring the usefulness & necessity of councils in order to preserving peace and truth in the churches. / By Increase Mather, D.D. with the concurrence of other ministers of the Gospel in Boston. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01816EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse shewing that God dealeth with men as with reasonable creatures in a sermon preach'd at Boston, N.E. Nov. 23. 1718. : With a brief account of the state of the Indians on Martha's Vineyard, & the small islands adjacent in Dukes County, from the year 1694. to 1720. / By the Reverend Mr. Experience Mayhew, Preacher of the Gospel to the Indians in Martha's Vineyard. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Mayhew, Experience, 1673-1758.N01818EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New news from Robinson Cruso's Island, in a letter to a friend at Portsmouth.N01819EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Charter and the several laws, orders & ordinances established by the mayor, recorder, aldermen and assistants of the City of New-York conven'd in Common Council, for the good rule and government of the inhabitants of the said city. : Published this first day of December, in the mayoralty of Jacobus van Cortland, Esq; Annoq; Domini 1719.New York (N.Y.).N01827EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from a gentleman, containing some remarks upon the several answers given unto Mr. Colman's, entituled, The distressed state of the town of Boston.Noyes, Oliver, 1675-1721.N01828EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Reflections on the present state of the Province of the Massachuset-Bay in general, and town of Boston in particular; relating to bills of credit and the support of trade by them: as the same has been lately represented in several pamphlets.N01832EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which were to come to pass; and Jesus Christ sent and signifyed it by his angel to his servant John. And now by revelation, hath opened the mystery contained in said book unto his servant John Rogers, who hath explained the same for the edification and comfort of his church and people, after a long and dark night of apostacy; the explanation being made so plain, that the eye of every spiritual reader may see how exactly things have come to pass, as they were foretold of by the prophecy of this Book: and may see by it all things which are yet to come, not only to the end of this world, but to the finishing of the world to come.Rogers, John, 1648-1721.N01834EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The soveraignty and goodness of God, together with the faithfulness of his promises displayed: being a narrative of the captivity and restauration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson. : Commended by her, to all that desire to know the Lords doings to, & dealings with her; especially to her dear children and relations. / Written by her own hand, for her private use, and now made publick at the earnest desire of some friends, and for the benefit of the afflicted.Rowlandson, Mary White, ca. 1635-1711.N01835EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Rulers are a terror, not to good, but evil-workers. A sermon preached before His Excellency Samuel Shute Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the Representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on May 25. 1720. On the day of election of His Majesty's Council there. / By Nathanael Stone, Pastor of a congregation in Harwich.Stone, Nathanael, 1667-1755.N01840EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Good soldiers described, and animated. A sermon preached before the Honourable Artillery Company, in Boston, June 6th. 1720. Being the day of their election of officers; and now published at their request. And in obedience to His Excellency the governour: His Honour the lieut. governour, and several of His Majesty's Honourable counsellours. / By Thomas Symmes, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Bradford. ; [One line from Ecclesiastes]Symmes, Thomas, 1678-1725.N01842EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of the New-North-Church in Boston, from several falshoods spread in a pamphlet lately published, tending to their defamation, entituled, An account of the reasons why a considerable number belonging to the New North Congregation in Boston, could not consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's ordination there, &c. : With an invitation to the dissatisfyed brethren of the said church to put an end to their controversy in a Christian way. / By several of the members of that church.Lyman, Caleb, 1678-1742.N01845EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of the remarks of one in the country upon The distressed state of Boston, from some exceptions made against 'em in a letter to Mr. Colman.Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765.N01849EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A choice dialogue between John Faustus a conjurer, and Jack Tory his friend. Occasioned by some choice dialogues lately published, concerning predestination and election. : Together with animadversions upon the preface to the Choice dialogues. : And an appendix concerning the true doctrine of predestination, as held by the Church of England, and the absurdities and inconsistency of the Choice dialogues. / By a young strippling.Walter, Thomas, 1696-1725.N01852EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some account of what is said of inoculating or transplanting the small pox. By the learned Dr. Emanuel Timonius, and Jacobus Pylarinus. With some remarks thereon. : To which are added, a few quaeries in answer to the scruples of many about the lawfulness of this method. / Published by Dr. Zabdiel Boylston.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01860EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some observations on the new method of receiving the small-pox by ingrafting or inoculating. By Mr. Colman. ; Containing also the reasons, which first induc'd him to, and have since confirm'd him in, his favourable opinion of it.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01865EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The deplorable state of New-England, by reason of a covetous and treacherous governour, and pusillanimous counsellors : with a vindication of the Honourable Mr. Higginson, Mr. Mason, and several other gentlemen, from the scandalous and wicked accusation of the votes, ordered by them to be published in their Botson [sic] news-letter. : To which is added, an account of the shameful miscarriage of the late expedition against Port-Royal.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01868EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks upon Mr. Gales reflections on Mr. Walls History of infant baptism. In a letter to a friend. : [Five lines of Scripture texts]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N01869EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of the New-England charters. By Jer. Dummer. ; [Two lines in Latin from Sallust.]Dummer, Jeremiah, 1681-1739.N01870EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach'd at Cambrige [sic], after the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Foxcroft, late wife of Francis Foxcroft Esq; who died there, July 4th. 1721. in the 57th year of her age. : With an addition, chiefly referring to her death: also a funeral poem of the Reverend Mr. John Danforth. / By T.F. one of the bereaved sons. ; [Ten lines of quotations]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N01872EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter from a gentleman in Mount Hope, to his friend in Treamount.N01880EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter from one in the country, to his friend in the city: in relation to their distresses occasioned by the doubtful and prevailing practice of the inocculation [sic] of the small-pox.N01881EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay, to prove the through [sic] reformation of a sinning people is not to be expected; however pious rulers may be spirited for the work, except the heart of the people be prepared for it: together with some proper and seasonable motives to men in every order to engage in this great and necessary work. : In a sermon preached before the General Court of election at Hartford in the colony of Connecticut, on May 11th, 1721. / By Jonathan Marsh, A.M. Teacher of a church in Windsor. ; [Text.] ; Published by order of authority.Marsh, Jonathan, 1685-1747.N01884EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The accomplished singer. Instructions how the piety of singing with a true devotion, may be obtained and expressed; the glorious God after an uncommon manner glorified in it, and his people edified. : Intended for the assistance of all that would sing Psalms with grace in their hearts; but more particularly to accompany the laudable endeavours of those who are learning to sing by rule, and seeking to preserve a regular singing in the assemblies of the faithful. : [Two lines of quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01895EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
India Christiana. A discourse, delivered unto the Commissioners, for the Propagation of the Gospel among the American Indians : which is accompanied with several instruments relating to the glorious design of propagating our holy religion, in the Eastern as well as the Western, Indies. : An entertainment which they that are waiting for the kingdom of God will receive as good news from a far country. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01899EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to a friend in the country, attempting a solution of the scruples and objections of conscientious or religious nature, commonly made against the new way of receiving the small-pox. / By a minister in Boston. ; [Eight lines of Scripture quotations]Cooper, William, 1694-1743.N01900EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Silentiarius. A brief essay on the holy silence and godly patience, that sad things are to be entertained withal. A sermon at Boston-Lecture, on the death of Mrs. Abigail Willard, and the day before her interment; who expired Septemb. 26. 1721. / By her father. ; Whereunto there is added, a sermon on, the refuge of the distressed, which was preached on the Lord's-Day preceeding.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01903EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Tremenda. The dreadful sound with which the wicked are to be thunderstruck. : In a sermon delivered unto a great assembly, in which was present, a miserable African, just going to be executed for a most inhumane and uncommon murder. At Boston, May 25th. 1721. : To which is added, a conference between a minister and the prisoner, on the day before his execution. : [One line from Deuteronomy]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01904EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A vision in the temple. The Lord of Hosts, adored; and the King of Glory proclaimed; on a day of prayer kept (May 10. 1721) at the opening of the New Brick Meeting House in the north part of Boston, by the ministers of the city, with the Society which built it, & this day swarmed into it. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01905EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Course of sermons on early piety. By the eight ministers who carry on the Thursday lecture in Boston. ; With a preface by the Reverend Dr. Increase Mather, and also clos'd with a discourse lately had by him to young people. ; [One line epigram in Latin]N01908EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Several reasons proving that inoculating or transplanting the small pox, is a lawful practice, and that it has been blessed by God for the saving of many a life. By Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Two lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01909EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some further account from London, of the small-pox inoculated. With some remarks on a late scandalous pamphlet entituled, Inoculation of the small pox as practis'd in Boston, &c. / By Increase Mather, D.D.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01910EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some important truths about conversion, delivered in sundry sermons, / by Increase Mather, D.D. teacher of a church at Boston, in New-England ; With a praeface by Dr. Owen.Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01911EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Memorial, humbly shewing, the past and present state of the land lying waste and un-inhabited between Nova-Scotia, and the province of Main in New-England in America.N01912EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached before His Excellency Samuel Shute Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 31. 1721. Being the day for the election of His Majesty's Council there. / by Samuel Moodey, A.M. Pastor of the Church at York. N.E.Moodey, Samuel, 1676-1747.N01915EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
News from the moon. A review of the state of the British nation, vol. 7, number 14. page 53. Tuesday, May 10, 1710.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.N01925EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse, shewing, that the real first cause of the straits and difficulties of this province of Massachusetts Bay, is it's extravagancy, & not paper money: and also what is a safe foundation to raise a bank of credit on, and what not, (with some remarks on Amicus Patriae,) & a projection for emitting of more bills of credit on the province. : By way of dialogue, tween a representative in said province, and a certain gentleman concerned for the good of his native country. / By Philopatria.Paine, Thomas, 1694-1757.N01926EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some remedies proposed, for the restoring the sunk credit of the province of Pennsylvania; with some remarks on its trade. : Humbly offer'd to the consideration of the worthy representatives in the General Assembly of this province. / By a lover of this country. ; [One line in Latin from Ovid]Rawle, Francis, ca. 1662-1727.N01930EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The second part of South-Sea stock. Being an inquiry into the original of province bills or bills of credit, now in use in His Majesty's plantations, more especially in New-England; : with some thoughts relating to the advantage, or hurt done by emitting the said bills.Higginson, John, 1675-1718.N01933EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A memorial relating to the Kennebeck Indians.Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.N01934EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A plain discourse on vain thoughts, which are great hindrances of men's being saved, from Jer. IV. 14. --How long shall vain thoughts lodge within thee? / By Nehemiah Walter M.A.Walter, Nehemiah, 1663-1750.N01938EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A friendly check, from a kind relation, to the chief cannoneer, founded on a late information, dated N.E. Castle-William, Feb. 1720,21.Wise, John, 1652-1725.N01944EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A word of comfort to a melancholy country. Or The bank of credit erected in the Massachusetts-Bay, fairly defended by a discovery of the great benefit, accruing by it to the whole province; with a remedy for recovering a civil state when sinking under desperation by defeat on their bank of credit. / By Amicus Patriae. ; [Six lines of quotations]Wise, John, 1652-1725.N01945EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's providence in placing men in their respective stations & conditions asserted & shewed. A sermon preached before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May, 10. 1722. The day for electing the Honourable the governour, the deputy-governour, & the worshipful assistants there. / By William Burnham M.A. Pastor of the church in Kensington. ; Published by order of authority.Burnham, William, 1684-1750.N01951EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse had in the College-Hall at Cambridge, March 27. 1722. Before the baptism of R. Judah Monis. By Benj. Colman, V.D.M. ; To which are added three discourses written by Mr. Monis himself, The truth, The whole truth, and, Nothing but the truth. One of which was deliver'd by him at his baptism.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01955EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Jacob's vow upon his leaving his fathers house, consider'd in a sermon had in private, Octob. 15. 1722. at the desire of a young gentleman, upon his entering on worldly business, and going abroad into the world. / By Benj. Colman, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston, N.E. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N01956EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The abuses and scandals of some late pamphlets in favour of inoculation of the small pox, modestly obviated, and inoculation further consider'd in a letter to A- S- M.D. & F.R.S. in London. [Three lines of verse]Douglass, William, 1691?-1752.N01960EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Inoculation of the small pox as practised in Boston, consider'd in a letter to A-- S-- M.D. & F.R.S. in London. : [Three lines from Hudibras]Douglass, William, 1691?-1752.N01961EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The day of a godly man's death, better than the day of his birth. Shewed in a sermon, preach'd, Feb. 25. 1722. / By Thomas Foxcroft, Pastor to a church in Boston. ; [Eight lines of quotations]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N01965EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A friendly debate; or, A dialogue, between Academicus; and Sawney & Mundungus, two eminent physicians, about some of their late performances. [Five lines of verse from Otway]Greenwood, Isaac, 1702-1745.N01968EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Rulers should be benefactors. As it was consider'd in a sermon preach'd before His Excellency Samuel Shute Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 30th. 1722. Being the day for election of counsellors. / By John Hancock, M.A. and Pastor of the Church of Christ in Lexington.Hancock, John, 1671-1752.N01969EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Hoop-petticoats arraigned and condemned by the light of nature, and law of God.N01970EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Treaty of peace and friendship made and concluded between His Excellency Sir William Keith, Bart. governor of the province of Pennsylvania, for and on behalf of the said province, and the chiefs of the Indians of the Five Nations, at Albany, in the month of September, 1722.N01972EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The original rights of mankind freely to subdue and improve the earth. Asserted and maintained by J.M. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]J. M.N01974EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
None but Christ. A discourse on John VI. 67, 68. Preached privately to a religious society in Say-Brook. / By Azariah Mather, A.M. Pastor of the Church there. : [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Azariah, 1685-1737.N01981EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The angel of Bethesda, visiting the invalids of a miserable world [Seven lines of quotations] / By a Fellow of the Royal Society.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N01982EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A dying legacy of a minister to his dearly beloved people, shewing, I. That true believers on Jesus Christ may be asured, of the salvation of their souls. II. That spiritual wisdom, or grace in the soul, is of all things the most desireable. III. That there is none whose dignity and glory may be compared with that which belongs to our Lord Jesus Christ. / Being the three last sermons preached by Increase Mather, D.D. ; [Five lines from Hebrews]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N01991EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to some cases of conscience respecting the country. By Solomon Stoddard, A.M. Pastor in Northampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N02009EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse concerning prejudice in matters of religion. Or, An essay, to shew the nature, causes, and effects of such prejudices: and also the means of preventing, or removing them. By Thomas Symmes, A.M. & V.D.M. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Symmes, Thomas, 1678-1725.N02010EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Vindication of the ministers of Boston, from the abuses & scandals, lately cast upon them, in diverse printed papers. By some of their people. ; [Two lines from Matthew]N02017EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
True piety the best policy for times of war. A sermon preacht at Boston-lecture on August 16. 1722. Soon after a declaration of war, against the Eastern Indians & rebels. / By Benjamin Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston, N.E. ; [Fourteen lines from Leviticus]Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737.N02021EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The sweet psalmist of Israel. A sermon preach'd at the lecture held in Boston, by the Society for Promoting Regular & Good Singing, and for Reforming the Depravations and Debasements our Psalmody Labours Under, in Order to Introduce the Proper and True Old Way of Singing. : Now published at the desire of several ministers that heard it, and at the request of the society aforesaid. / By Thomas Walter, M.A. Minister of a church in Roxbury. ; [Three lines from Psalms]Walter, Thomas, 1696-1725.N02022EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to a late pamphlet, intitled, A letter to a friend in the country, attempting a solution of the scruples and objections of a consciencious or religious nature, commonly made against the new way of receiving the small pox. By a minister of Boston. Together with a short history of the late divisions among us in affairs of state, and some account of the first cause of them. / By John Williams. ; [Four lines from Hosea]Williams, John, 1664-1729.N02027EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The antient testimony of the people called Quakers, reviv'd. By the order and approbation of the Yearly Meeting held for the province of Pennsylvania and Jerseys. 1722.Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.N02029EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A modest proof of the order & government settled by Christ and his Apostles in the church. By shewing I. What sacred offices were instituted by them. II. How those offices were distinguished. III. That they were to be perpetual and standing in the church. And, IV. Who succeed in them, and rightly execute them to this day. : Recommended as proper to be put into the hands of the laity.Checkley, John, 1680-1754.N02033EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
David's dying charge to the rulers and people of Israel. A sermon preached before the Honourable the lieutenant governour, the Council and General Assembly of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. May 29th. 1723. Being the day for the annual election of His Majesty's Council. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02035EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God deals with us as rational creatures: and if sinners would but hearken to reason they would repent. A sermon preached at the lecture in Boston, February, 7. 1722, 3. : And now publish'd at the desire and request of one that heard it. / By Benjamin Colman. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02037EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon, preached at the opening of the synod at Philadelphia, September 19, 1722. Whererein [sic] is considered the character of the man of God, and his furniture for the exercise both of doctrine and discipline, with the true boundaries of the churches power. / By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth-Town. ; [Three lines from Isaiah]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N02044EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctrine of absolute reprobation, according to the Westminster Confession of faith, refuted: and the universality of the saving grace of God asserted. By Benjamin Eastburn. ; To which is added, a postscript by another hand, wherein those several texts of Scripture generally perverted, to vindicate the aforesaid doctrine of reprobation, are set in a true light.Eastburn, Benjamin.N02045EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The character of Anna, the prophetess, consider'd and apply'd. In a sermon preach'd after the funeral of that honourable and devout gentlewoman, Dame Bridget Usher; who deceas'd at Boston, N.E. May 25th. 1723. Being a widow of a great age. Publish'd (with some enlargements) at the desire of the honoured executors to her will. / By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. and a Pastor to the Old Church in Boston. ; With a preface by the Rev. Mr. Wadsworth.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02046EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An epistle in true love, containing a farewel [sic] exhortation to Friends families. : Which I desire also may be read in their monthly and quarterly-meetings, throughout this nation of England.Jacob, Elizabeth, 1674?-1739.N02049EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gloria Britannorum: or, The British worthies. A poem. Being an essay on the characters of the most illustrious persons in camp or cabinet, since the Glorious Revolution to this present time. : More particularly, of the present ministry, under our most renowned sovereign Lord King George. : To which is added, an ode on His Majesty's coronation, and an elegy on the death of the late glorious Duke of Marlborough. / By a lover of the present happy constitution. ; [Two lines from Horace]Knapp, Francis, b. 1672.N02050EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Useful remarks. An essay upon remarkables in the way of wicked men. : A sermon on the tragical end, unto which the way of twenty-six pirates brought them; at New Port on Rhode-Island, July 19, 1723. : With an account of their speeches, letters, & actions, before their execution. : [Two lines from Deuteronomy]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02066EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Question whether God is not angry with the country for doing so little towards the conversion of the Indians? This is spoken to in the following discourse by the Reverend and learned Mr. Solomon Stoddard of North-Hampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N02091EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Utile dulci. or, A joco-serious dialogue, concerning regular singing: calculated for a particular town, (where it was publickly had, on Friday Oct. 12. 1722.) but may serve some other places in the same climate. / By Thomas Symmes, philomusicus. ; [Eight lines of quotations]Symmes, Thomas.N02093EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Elijah's mantle. A sermon preached at the funeral of that aged and faithful servant of God, the Reverend Mr. Samuel Cheever, Pastor of a church of Christ in Marblehead; who deceased, May 29, 1724. aetatis suae, 85. / By John Barnard, A.M. his colleague Pastor. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N02107EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some remarks and observations by way of answer, to a small book called, A lecture sermon preached at New-Milford by John Graham, necessitated (as he says) by the growth and spreading of Quakerism (as he calls it) in that place. : Wherein our religion (which he and others scornfully call Quakerism) is briefly proved to be true Christianitys [sic] and several particulars which he calls errors and strange doctrines, are plainly proved to be true Christian doctrine, by the sayings and writings of Christ and his apostles, as we find them recorded in the holy Scriptures of truth. / By Edward Burling. ; [Two lines from I. Thessalonians]Burling, Edward.N02111EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on Scripture-prophecy, wherein it is endeavored to explain the three periods contain'd in the XII chapter of the Prophet Daniel. With some arguments to make it probable, that the first of the periods did expire in the year 1715. : [Three lines in Latin from Claudian]Burnet, William, 1688-1729.N02112EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of a book lately re-printed at Boston, entituled, A modest proof of the order and government settled by Christ and his apostles in the church. In a reply to a book entituled, Sober remarks on the modest proof, &c. : In a letter to a friend. : [One line from Numbers]Checkley, John, 1680-1754.N02113EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Health, a poem. : Shewing how to procure, preserve, and restore it. : To which is annex'd, The doctor's decade. / By Darby Dawne, M.D.Baynard, Edward, b. 1641.N02123EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of Presbyterian ordination. In answer to a pamphlet, entituled, A modest proof, of the order and government settled by Christ, in the church. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth-Town, New Jersey. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N02125EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks upon the postscript to the Defence of a book lately reprinted at Boston, entituled, A modest proof of the order, &c. In a letter of thanks to the author. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Elisabeth-Town, N. Jersey. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N02126EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's face set against an incorrigible people. A sermon preach'd at the publick lecture in Boston, Thursday July 30. 1724. / By Thomas Foxcroft, one of the Pastors of the Old Church in Boston. ; With a preface by the Reverend Mr. Cooper.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02129EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The ruling & ordaining power of Congregational bishops, or presbyters, defended. Being remarks on some part of Mr. P. Barclay's Persuasive, lately distributed in New-England. / By an impartial hand. ; In a letter to a friend.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02130EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Case of the people called Quakers in the province of Pennsylvania, with respect to the forms of declaration of fidelity to the King and of affirmation, lately granted to their Friends in Great Britain and Ireland &c. by acts of Parliament, briefly stated and humbly offer'd to the consideration of the governour and Council of the said province.N02131EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New-Castle upon Delaware, May 28. 1724. This being the anniversary of His Majesty's birth-day, Sir William Keith, Baronet, our governeur, came to the court-house, attended with the principal inhabitants of the place, and after having caused the King's Charter to be publish'd for erecting the same into a body corporate and politick, with many valuable privileges, by the name of the city of Newcastle; he made the following speech to the corporation.Keith, William, Sir, 1680-1749.N02136EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Two sermons preached at Rutland, September 8th. 1723. After the Indians had been there, and kill'd the Reverend Mr. Joseph Willard, with two of Mr. Joseph Stevens's children, and captivated other two. / By Israel Loring, M.A. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Sudbury.Loring, Israel, 1682-1772.N02138EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The converted sinner. The nature of a conversion to real and vital piety: and the manner in which it is to be pray'd & striv'n for. : A sermon preached in Boston, May 31, 1724. In the hearing and at the desire of certain pirates, a little before their execution. : To which there is added, a more private conference of a minister with them. ; [Two lines of quotation]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02144EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Parentator. Memoirs of remarkables in the life and the death of the ever-memorable Dr. Increase Mather. Who expired, August 23. 1723. : [One line from II Kings]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02149EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Religious societies. Proposals for the revival of dying religion, by well ordered societies for that purpose. : With a brief discourse, offered unto a religious society, on the first day of their meeting. : [One line from I Thessalonians]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02150EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Stimulator. Or, The case of a soul walking in darkness awfully & suitably considered. An essay, to awaken people out of the lethargy which disposes them to continue in a dark uncertainty about their future state, in the world, which is not seen, but is eternal. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02151EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Tela praevisa. A short essay, on troubles to be look'd for. A wise expectation of, and preparation for, troublesome changes, recommended unto the strangers and pilgrims in this present evil world / by Cotton Mather D.D. and F.R.S. ; [One line from Matthew]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02152EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A call to the tempted. A sermon on the horrid crime of self-murder, preached on a remarkable occasion, / by the memorable Dr. Increase Mather. ; And now published from his notes, for a charitable stop to suicides. ; [Five lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.N02155EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Onania; or, The heinous sin of self-pollution, and all its frightful consequences, in both sexes, considered. With spiritual and physical advice to those, who have already injur'd themselves by this abominable practice. : And seasonable admonition to the youth (of both sexes) and those whose tuition they are under, whether parents, guardians, masters, or mistresses. : To which is added, a letter from a lady (very curious) concerning the use and abuse of the marriage bed. With the author's answer thereto. : [Six lines from Genesis]N02163EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
London, 26th of the 3d month, 1724. Sir William Keith, In my last of the 25th of February, by the Beaver, inclosing an agreement made with the Lord Baltemore ...Penn, Hannah Callowhill, 1671-1726.N02166EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Rulers must be just, ruling in the fear of God. A sermon preach'd before the Honourable, the lieutenant governour, the Council & Representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 27. 1724. Being the day for the election of His Majesty's Council. / By Joseph Sewall, Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02170EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The defects of preachers reproved in a sermon preached at Northampton, May 19th. 1723. / By Solomon Stoddard, Pastor of N. Hampton.Stoddard, Solomon, 1643-1729.N02171EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sober remarks on a book lately re-printed at Boston, entituled, A modest proof of the order & government settled by Christ and his apostles in the church. In a letter to a friend. : [Eleven lines of quotations]Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765.N02179EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ashton's memorial. An history of the strange adventures, and signal deliverances, of Mr. Philip Ashton, who, after he had made his escape from the pirates, liv'd alone on a desolate island for about sixteen months, &c. : With a short account of Mr. Nicholas Merritt, who was taken at the same time. : To which is added a sermon on Dan. 3. 17. / By John Barnard, V.D.M. [Four lines from II Corinthians]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N02186EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Brief discourse concerning regular singing, shewing from the Scriptures, the necessity and incumbency thereof in the worship of God.N02194EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctrine and law of the Holy Sabbath: in the order wherein it lies through the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. In two sermons, preached at the lecture in Boston, October 15. and December 10. 1724. / By Benjamin Colman. ; [Two lines of Latin quotation]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02200EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay to silence the outcry that has been made in some places against regular singing. In a sermon preach'd at Framingham, / by the Reverend Mr. Josiah Dwight, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Woodstock.Dwight, Josiah, 1671-1748.N02204EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of the Appendix to the Sober remarks. Being a reply to some animadversions upon it, in the Appendix to the Defence of the Modest proof. Wherein the Ruling and ordaining power of Congregational bishops, or presbyters, is further defended. In a second letter to a friend. [One line from Proverbs]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02211EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ministers are men of like passions with others. A sermon preach'd at Barnstable, May 12. 1725. The day on which a church was gathered in the east part of the said town, and Mr. Joseph Green was ordained pastor of it. / By Ebenezer Gay. A.M. and Pastor of a church in Hingham. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Gay, Ebenezer, 1696-1787.N02213EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from Sir William Keith, bart. governour of Pennsylvania, to Mr. James Logan, secretary to the proprietorship of the said province, on occasion of Mr. Logan's having sent to Sir William a copy of his printed paper called the Antidote.Keith, William, Sir, 1680-1749.N02218EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A vindication of the legislative power, submitted to the representatives of all the free-men of the province of Pennsylvania, now sitting in Assembly.Lloyd, David, 1656-1731.N02221EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Dialogue shewing, what's therein to be found. A motto being modish, for want of good Latin, are put English quotations. : [Four lines of quotations]N02224EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fighting sailor turn'd peaceable Christian: manifested in the convincement and conversion of Thomas Lurting. : With a short relation of many great dangers, and wonderful deliverances he met withal. : First written for private satisfaction, and now published for general service. : [Two lines from Isaiah]Lurting, Thomas, 1632-1713.N02225EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The explanatory charter, granted by His Majesty King George to the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. Accepted by the General Court, Jan. 15th. anno 1725 [new style, 1726].Massachusetts.N02230EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Good rulers a choice blessing. A sermon preached before the great and General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford in New-England, May 13th 1725. The day for the election of the Honourable the governour & deputy-governour, and the worshipful assistants there. / By Azariah Mather, A.M. Pastor of Christ's Church in Saybrook. ; Published (with the addition of some things either not delivered at the preaching, though written; or but hinted) by order of authority.Mather, Azariah, 1685-1737.N02235EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christodulus. A good reward of a good servant. Or, The service of a glorious Christ, justly demanded and commended, from a view of the glory with which it shall be recempensed [sic]. With some commemoration of Mr. Thomas Walter, lately a Pastor to a church in Roxbury: who had an early dismission from what of that service was to be done in this world. Jan. 10. 1724--5. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. ; [Two lines of qutation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02239EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Edulcorator. A brief essay on the waters of Marah sweetened. : With a remarkable relation of the deporable [sic] occasion afforded for it, in the praemature death of Captain Josiah Winslow, who (with several of his company) sacrificed his life, in the service of his country; engaging an army of Indians, May 1. 1724. : [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02241EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
All mankind, by nature, equally under sin. A sermon preach'd at the public lecture in Boston. On Thursday, Dec. 3. 1724. / By Experience Mayhew, M.A. Preacher of the Gospel to the Indians, in Martha's Vineyard.Mayhew, Experience, 1673-1758.N02250EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The prey taken from the strong. Or, An historical account, of the recovery of one from the dangerous errors of Quakerism. By Peter Pratt, the subject of that mercy. ; To which the author has added, an account of the principal articles of the Quakers faith, and especially of the New London Quakers the disciples of John Rogers. ; As also, a brief answer to John Rogers's boasting of his sufferings for his conscience, &c. With a word of advice to all who adhere to those doctrines. ; [One line from Psalms]Pratt, Peter, d. 1730.N02265EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ways and means for the inhabitants of Delaware to become rich: wherein the several growths and products of these countries are demonstrated to be a sufficient fund for a flourishing trade. : Humbly submitted to the legislative authority of these colonies. : [One line in Latin]Rawle, Francis, ca. 1662-1727.N02266EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The curiosities of common water; or The advantages thereof in preventing and curing many distempers. Gather'd from the writings of several eminent physicians, and also from more than forty years experience. / By John Smith, C.M. ; To which is added, some rules for preserving health by diet. ; [Two lines of verse]Smith, John, fl. 1673-1680.N02270EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Lovewell lamented. Or, A sermon occasion'd by the fall of the brave Capt. John Lovewell and several of his valiant company, in the late heroic action at Piggwacket. Pronounc'd at Bradford, May 16, 1725. / By Thomas Symmes, V.D.M. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Symmes, Thomas, 1678-1725.N02274EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Historical memoirs of the late fight at Piggwacket, with a sermon occasion'd by the fall of the brave Capt John Lovewell and several of his valiant company, in the late heroic action there. Pronounc'd at Bradford, May, 16, 1725. / By Thomas Symmes, V.D.M.Symmes, Thomas, 1678-1725.N02275EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Jerusalem instructed & warned. A sermon preach'd before the Honourable the lieutenant governour, Council & representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 26. 1725. Being the anniversary day for the election of His Majesty's Council there. / By Ebenezer Thayer, A.M. Pastor of a church in Roxbury. ; [One line from Hosea]Thayer, Ebenezer, 1689-1733.N02277EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Poetical meditations, being the improvement of some vacant hours, / by Roger Wolcott, Esq; ; with a preface by the Reverend Mr. Bulkley of Colchester.Wolcott, Roger, 1679-1767.N02288EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The proclamation of the Honourable Joseph Jenks dep. governour, answered; and the proceedings of a justice's court held at Norwich, July 26. 1725 therein refer'd to, vindicated. By Joseph Backus, Esq;Backus, Joseph, 1667-1740.N02291EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. A sermon preached to some miserable pirates July 10. 1726. On the Lord's Day, before their execution. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; To which is added some account of said pirates. ; [Three lines from Deuteronomy]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02300EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The good subject's wish or, The desirableness of the Divine presence with civil rulers. Opened & applied in a sermon preached before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May 12th 1726. The day for electing the Honourable the governour, the deputy-governour, & the worshipful assistants there. / By Phineas Fiske, M.A. Pastor of a church in Haddam, published by orderof authority.Fiske, Phineas, 1682-1738.N02305EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Death the destroyer of earthly and false hopes, under the divine dominion. A sermon preach'd on the Lord's Day, January 30. 1725. / By Thomas Foxcroft, Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02307EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ministers, spiritual parents, or fathers in the church of God. A sermon preach'd at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. John Lowell, at Newbury, Jan. 19. 1725,6. / By Thomas Foxcroft, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; N.B. Several paragraphs, and many sentences, omitted (for brevity) in the preaching, are here inserted.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02308EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An experimental course of mechanical philosophy. Whereby such a competent skill in natural knowledge may be attained to, (by means of various instruments, and machines, with which there are above three hundred curious, and useful experiments performed) that such persons as are desirous thereof, may, in a few weeks time, make themselves better acquainted with the principles of nature, and the wonderful discoveries of the incomparable Sir Isaac Newton, than by a years application to books, and schemes. / By Isaac Greenwood, A.M.Greenwood, Isaac, 1702-1745.N02310EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A just and plain vindication of Sir William Keith, Bart. late governour of Pennsilvania, from the untruths and aspertions contained in a paper, printed at London, and now reprinting at Philadelphia, under the title of The case of the heir at law and executrix of the late proprietor of Pennsilvania, &c.Keith, William, Sir, 1680-1749.N02316EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The life and death of Old Father Janus, the vile author of the late wicked Courant. A satyr.Franklin, James, 1697-1735.N02321EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ecclesia Monilia. The peculiar treasure of the Almighty King opened; and the jewels that are made up in it, exposed. At Boston lecture, July 14. 1726. Whereof one is more particularly exhibited, in the character of Mrs. Elizabeth Cotton, who was laid up a few days before. : And certain instruments and memorials of piety, written by that valuable & Honourable gentlewoman.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02332EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Manuductio ad ministerium. Directions for a candidate of the ministry. : Wherein, first, a right foundation is laid for his future improvement; and, then, rules are offered for such a management of his academical & preparatory studies; and thereupon, for such a conduct after his appearance in the world; as may render his a skilful and useful minister of the Gospel. : [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02338EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ratio disciplinae fratrum Nov-Anglorum. A faithful account of the discipline professed and practised; in the churches of New-England. : With interspersed and instructive reflections on the discipline of the primitive churches. : [Seven lines from Ezekiel]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02341EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The vial poured out upon the sea. A remarkable relation of certain pirates brought unto a tragical and untimely end. Some conferences with them, after their condemnation. Their behaviour at their execution. And a sermon preached on that occasion. : [Two lines from Job]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02345EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A serious address to those who unnecessarily frequent the tavern, and often spend the evening in publick houses. By several ministers. ; To which is added, a private letter on the subject, by the late Rev. Dr. Increase Mather. ; [One line from Luke]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02346EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Summary account of the life and death of Joseph Quasson, Indian; who on the 28. day of August 1725. at Arundel in the county of York, & province of Main [sic], in New-England, shot his fellow-soldier and kinsman, John Peter: so that he died of the wound in a few days. For which murder being apprehended, tried, and after conviction, condemned at York in the province aforesaid, on the 12th of May following; he was there executed on the 29th of June, 1726. / By Samuel Moodey, M.A. Pastor of the Church in York.Moodey, Samuel, 1676-1747.N02347EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Observator's trip to America, in a dialogue between the observator and his country-man Roger.N02355EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the wars of New-England, with the Eastern Indians. Or, A narrative of their continued perfidy and cruelty, from the 10th of August, 1703. to the peace renewed 13th of July, 1713. And from the 25th of July, 1722. to their submission 15th December, 1725. Which was ratified August 5th 1726. By Samuel Penhallow, Esqr. ; [Two lines of Latin text]Penhallow, Samuel, 1665-1726.N02356EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Proposals for a tobacco-law, in the province of Maryland. Humbly offered to the consideration of the legislature, and all lovers of their country. : In a letter from a gentleman to William Parks, printer in Annapolis.N02364EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A just rebuke to a dialogue betwixt Simon and Timothy, shewing what's therein to be found. Namely levity, perversion, and detraction. All which are detected in this short examen. : And that short treatise, entituled Ways and means, &c. rescued from the dialogist's unjust charge of inconsistences and contradictions. : [One line in Latin]Rawle, Francis, ca. 1662-1727.N02365EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to a book lately put forth by Peter Pratt, entituled, The prey taken from the strong. Wherein by mocks and scoffs, together with a great number of positive falshoods, the author hath greatly abused John Rogers, late of New-London, deceased, since his death. : In which answer there is a true and impartial relation of those sufferings of John Rogers, on which the author has built his abuses: as also many of the said scoffs, falshoods, blasphemous expressions, great abuses of Scripture, together with many gross contradictions and ignorant speeches contained in said book; all which are discovered and plainly proved, / By John Rogers. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Rogers, John, 1674-1753.N02367EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Strength in weakness manifest in the life, trials and Christian testimony of that faithful servant and handmaid of the Lord, Elizabeth Stirredge, who departed this life, at her house at Hempsted in Hertford-shire, in the 72d year of her age. Written by her own hand. ; Shewing her pious care and counsel to her children, and according to their desire, made publick: also for the instruction and benefit of many other parents and children concerned. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Stirredge, Elizabeth, 1634-1706.N02372EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Wise & good civil rulers, to be duely acknowledged by God's people as a great favour. A sermon preached before the Honourable the lieutenant governour, the Council & representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 25. 1726. Being the anniversary, for the election of His Majesty's Council there. / By Peter Thacher, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston.Thacher, Peter, 1677-1739.N02373EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Trials of five persons for piracy, felony and robbery, who were found guilty and condemned, at a Court of Admiralty for the trial of piracies, felonies and robberies, committed on the high seas, held at the court-house in Boston, within His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on Tuesday the fourth day of October, anno domini, 1726. Pursuant to His Majesty's royal commission, founded on an act of Parliament made in the eleventh and twelfth years of the reign of King William the Third, entituled, An act for the more effectual suppression of piracy; and made perpetual by an act of the sixth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord King George.N02375EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Tryals of sixteen persons for piracy, &c. Four of which were found guilty, and the rest acquitted. At a special Court of Admiralty for the Tryal of Pirates, held at Boston within the province of the Masachusetts-Bay in New-England, on Monday the fourth day of July, anno dom. 1726. Pursuant to His Majesty's commission, founded on an act of Parliament, made in the eleventh and twelfth years of the reign of King William the Third, intitled, An act for the more effectual suppression of piracy. And made perpetual by an act of the sixth of King George.N02376EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A compleat body of divinity in two hundred and fifty expository lectures on the Assembly's Shorter catechism wherein the doctrines of the Christian religion are unfolded, their truth confirm'd, their excellence display'd, their usefulness improv'd; contrary errors & vices refuted & expos'd, objections answer'd, controversies settled, cases of conscience resolv'd; and a great light thereby reflected on the present age. / By the Reverend & learned Samuel Willard, M.A. late Pastor of the South Church in Boston, and vice-president of Harvard College in Cambridge, in New-England. ; Prefac'd by the pastors of the same church. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707.N02384EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Thunder and earthquake, a loud and awful call to reformation. Consider'd in a sermon preached at Brooklyn [i.e., Brookline, Mass.], November the first; upon a special fast, occasion'd by the earthquake, which happen'd in the evening after the 29th day of October 1727. : Now published with enlargements. / By James Allin, Minister of the Gospel there.Allin, James, 1692-1747.N02390EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Two discourses addressed to young persons; to which is added, a sermon occasioned by the earthquake, which was October 29. 1727. / By John Barnard, A.M. Pastor of a church in Marblehead. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N02395EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of a people to pray to, and bless God for their rulers: who are to promote peace and godliness, and honesty among them. A sermon preached before the Honourable lieutenant governour, the Council, and representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, May 31. 1727. Being the day for the election of His Majesty's Council. / By Joseph Baxter, A.M. Pastor of the church in Medfield.Baxter, Joseph, 1676-1745.N02396EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A poem on the death of His late Majesty King George, of glorious memory: and the accession of our present sovereign King George II. to the British throne. / By Mr. Byles. ; [Three lines in Latin from Virgil]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N02400EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of a people, to lay to heart and lament the death of a good king. A sermon preach'd August 20th. 1727. The Lord's-Day after the sorrowful news of the death of our late King George I. of blessed memory. / By Samuel Checkley, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; Published at the earnest and repeated desire of many of the hearers. ; [Three lines from Psalms]Checkley, Samuel, 1696-1769.N02401EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the five Indian nations depending on the province of New-York in America.Colden, Cadwallader, 1688-1776.N02403EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Fidelity to Christ and to the Protestant succession in the illustrious House of Hannover. A sermon preached at Boston in New-England, the Lord's-Day after the proclaiming of King George the Second; August 9. 1727. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02405EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The judgments of Providence in the hand of Christ: his voice to us in the terrible earthquake. And the earth devoured by the curse. : In four sermons. / By Benjamin Colman. ; [Four lines from Isaiah]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02406EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Parents and grown children should be together at the Lord's table. A sermon before the sacrament, at the Fryday [sic] lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston. / By Benjamin Colman. ; [Seven lines from Deuteronomy]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02407EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A holy fear of God, and his judgments, exhorted to: in a sermon preach'd at Newton, November 3. 1727. On a day of fasting and prayer, occasion'd by the terrible earthquake that shook New-England, on the Lords-Day night before. / By John Cotton, Pastor of the Church of Christ there. ; With an appendix containing a remarkable account of the extraordinary impressions made on the inhabitants of Haverhill, &c. ; [Five lines of Scripture quotations]Cotton, John, 1693-1757.N02414EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse preparatory to the choice of a minister. Being the substance of two sermons preach'd to the Old or First Gather'd Church in Boston, June 11. 1727. The Lord's Day before their election of a colleague-pastor. / By Thomas Foxcroft, A.M. Pastor of the said church. ; [Four lines from Acts]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02422EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God the judge, putting down one, and setting up another. A sermon upon occasion of the death of our late sovereign lord King George, and the accession of His present Majesty, King George II to the British throne. / By Thomas Foxcroft, A.M. Minister of the Old Church in Boston.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02424EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The voice of the Lord, from the deep places of the earth. A sermon preach'd on the Thursday-lecture in Boston, in the audience of the General Court, at the opening of the sessions, Nov. 23. 1727. Three weeks after the earthquake. / By Thomas Foxcroft. ; [Three lines from Amos]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02425EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
John Hammett's vindication and relation: giving an account, I. Wherein he was misrepresented in a letter lately printed in his name. II. Of his withdrawing from the Baptist's communion. III. Of his uniting to them again. IV. Of his separating himself wholly from the Baptists, and joining himself in unity with the people called Quakers. : [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Hammett, John, 1680-1773.N02428EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great Britain, with relation to the present state of affairs in Europe. Published (here) for the information of the inhabitants of New-England.Hoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761.N02431EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A monumental gratitude attempted, in a poetical relation of the danger and deliverance of several of the members of Yale-College, in passing the sound, from South-Hold to New-Haven, Aug. 20th. 1726.Hubbard, John, 1703-1773.N02433EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A modest reply to the speech of Isaac Norris, Esq; delivered from the bench, in the Court of Common-Pleas, held for the city and county of Philadelphia, the 11th day of September, 1727, and afterwards printed.Keith, William, Sir, 1680-1749.N02437EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Agricola. Or, The religious husbandman: the main intentions of religion, served in the business and language of husbandry. A work adapted unto the grand purposes of piety; and commended therefore by a number of ministers, to be entertained in the families of the countrey. : [One line from I Corinthians]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02451EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Boanerges. A short essay to preserve and strengthen the good impressions produced by earthquakes on the minds of people that have been awakened with them. : With some views of what is to be further and quickly look'd for. : Address'd unto the whole people of New-England, who have been terrified with the late earthquakes; and more especially the towns that have had a more singular share in the terrors of them. : [Three lines from I Chronicles]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02454EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ignorantia scientifica. A brief essay on mans not knowing his time: the just inferences from it, and the great advantages of it. : Upon a special and mournful occasion. : [Seven lines of quotations]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02458EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The terror of the Lord. Some account of the earthquake that shook New-England, in the night, between the 29 and the 30 of October. 1727. : With a speech, made unto the inhabitants of Boston, who assembled the next morning, for the proper exercises of religion, on so uncommon, and so tremendous an occasion. : [One line from Corinthians]Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02463EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The New-England primer, enlarged. For the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines catechism.N02470EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Obadiah Palmer, Nehemiah Palmer, Sylvanus Palmer, Solomon Palmer, Josiah Quenby, Tho. Townsend, Richard Cornwall and Henry Cock, complainants against Jacobus van Cortland & Adolph Philipse, defendants, in cancellaria Novae Eborac.N02480EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Earthquakes the works of God and tokens of his just displeasure. Two sermons on Psal. xviii. 7. At the particular fast in Boston, Nov. 2. and the general thanksgiving, Nov. 9. Occasioned by the late dreadful earthquake. Wherein among other things is offered a brief account of the natural causes of these operations in the hands of God: with a relation of some late terrible ones in other parts of the world, as well as those that have been perceived in New-England since it's [sic] settlement by English inhabitants. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02483EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Morning health no security against the sudden arrest of death before night. A sermon occasioned by the very sudden death of two young gentlemen in Boston, on Saturday January 14th, 1726,7. : Dedicated to the youth of the town. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church. ; [Three lines from James]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02485EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon on the sorrowful occasion of the death of His late Majesty King George of blessed memory, and the happy accession of His Present Majesty King George II. to the throne. Deliver'd at the publick lecture in Boston N.E. Aug. 24th 1727. In the audience of the great & General Assembly of the province: and published at the desire of the Honourable House of Representatives. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church in Boston.Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02487EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A salutation to the Britains, to call them from the many things, to the one thing needful, for the saving of their souls; especially, to the poor unlearned tradesmen, plowmen and shepherds, those that are of a low degree like my self, this in order to direct you to know God and Christ, the only wise God, which is life eternal, and to learn of him, that you may become wiser than your teachers. / By Ellis Pugh. ; Translated from the British language by Rowland Ellis, ; revis'd and corrected by David Lloyd. ; [Three lines from Jeremiah]Pugh, Ellis, 1656-1718.N02488EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of a people to stand in aw [sic] of God, and not sin, when under his terrible judgements. A sermon preach'd at the South Meeting House in Boston, the evening after the earthquake, which was in the night between the 29th & 30th of October, 1727. / By Joseph Sewall, M.A. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Boston. ; [Six lines from Isaiah]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02492EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of every man to be always ready to die. A sermon occasion'd by the very sudden deaths of Mr. Thomas Lewis, aged 32. and of Mr. Samuel Hirst, aged 22. on Saturday Jan. 14. 1726,7. / By Joseph Sewall, Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston.Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02494EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Jehovah is the king and saviour of his people. A sermon preach'd at the Boston lecture, August 17. 1727. Upon the awful tidings of the death of His late Majesty King George, June 11th. / By Joseph Sewall, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02495EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Repentance the sure way to escape destruction. Two sermons on Jrr. [sic] 18. 7,8. Preach'd December 21st. on a publick fast occasioned by the earthquake the night after the Lord's-Day Octob. 29th. And on the Lord's-Day December 24th. 1727. / By Joseph Sewall, M.A. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; Publish'd with some enlargement. ; [Six lines from Ezekiel]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02496EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great assize: or Day of jubilee, in which we must make a general account of all our actions before Almighty God. : Delivered in four sermons upon the XXth chap. of the Revelations, plainly shewing the happy state of the godly, & the woful condition of the wicked. : Whereunto is annexed two sermons upon the first chapter of the Canticles. Verse 6, 7. : [Three lines from Matthew] / By the author Samuel Smith Minister of the Word.Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665.N02501EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The wisdom of God in the redemption of fallen man, illustrated in several dscourses, from Eph. I. viii. / By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. ; With a preface of the Reverend Mr. Benj. Wadsworth, president of Harvard College. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Appleton, Nathaniel, 1693-1784.N02519EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
[God's mercy surmounting man's cruelty, exemplified in the captivity and redemption of Elizabeth Hanson, wife of John Hanson, of Knoxmarsh at Keacheachy, in Dover township, who was taken captive with her children, and maid-servant, by the Indians in New-England, in the year 1724. : In which are inserted, sundry remarkable preservations, deliverances, and marks of the care and kindness of Providence over her and her children, worthy to be remembered. / The substance of which was taken from her own mouth, and now published for a general service.]Hanson, Elizabeth, 1684-1737.N02525EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Secretary's guide, or, Young mans companion, in four parts. Part I. Contains directions for spelling, reading and writing true English, with true pronunciation. Part II. Arithmetick made easie ... Part III. The method of writing letters upon most subjects ... Part IV. Contains a choice collection of bills of parcels, bills, bonds, letters of attorney ... profitable both for old and young to learn and know. : The whole adorned with variety of other matters, as will appear by the contents.N02526EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The only method to promote the happiness of a people and their posterity. A sermon preached before the Honourable the lieut. governour, the Council, and representatives of the province of Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 29th. 1728. Being the day for the election of His Majesty's Council. / By Robert Breck M.A. Pastor of the church in Marlborough. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes]Breck, Robert, 1682-1731.N02527EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Come and welcome to Jesus Christ. Or, A plain and profitable discourse on John VI. verse xxxvii. Shewing, the cause, truth and manner of the coming of a sinner to Jesus Christ; with his happy reception, and blessed entertainment. / Written by John Bunyan, author of the Pilgrim's progress. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.N02531EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Regular singing defended, and proved to be the only true way of singing the songs of the Lord; by arguments both from reason and Scripture: having been heard and approved of, by the General Association of Hartford, May the 12th. 1727. With their recommendation of it to the publick. / By Nathaniel Chauncey, M.A. ; [Texts]Chauncey, Nathaniel, 1681-1756.N02534EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An argument for and persuasive unto the great and important duty of family worship: with rules and directions for the due performance of it. / By Benjamin Colman Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines from Samuel]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02536EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Death and the grave without any order. A sermon preached July 7. 1728. Being the Lord's-Day after a tragical duel. And most lamented death. / By Benjamin Colman. ; [Four lines from Proverbs]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02537EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of young people to give their hearts unto God, because they are his offspring. In four sermons preched to religious societies in School Street, on the evenings of the Lords Day. / By Benjamin Colman, Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Five lines from Matthew]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02538EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The holy walk and glorious translation of blessed Enoch. A sermon preached at the lecture in Boston, two days after the death of the Reverend and learned Cotton Mather, D.D. & F.R.S. Who departed this life, Febr. 13. 1728. aetat. 65. / By Benjamin Colman.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02539EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's awful determination against a people, that will not obey his voice, by his word, and judgments. A sermon preach'd at the publick lecture in Boston, Feb. 8. 1728. After repeated shocks of the earthquake. / By John Cotton, V.D.M. ; Published at the desire of many of the hearers. ; [Three lines from Amos]Cotton, John, 1693-1757.N02543EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A just and impartial account of the transactions of the merchants in London, for the advancement of the price of tobacco. About the latter end of the year 1727, and beginning of 1728. / By Henry Darnall. Who was present at most of them. ; In a letter from him, to the inhabitants of Maryland dated September 18, 1728.Darnall, Henry.N02545EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The decree in the case of Solomon De Medina, Mosesson and Company, merchants in London, and Roderigo Pacheco, Jacob De Lara and Manuel de Costa, bearers of their orders, complainants against Rene Het and the executors of Andrew Fresneau, deceased, defendants, in Cancellaria Nova-Eborac.New York (State). Court of Chancery.N02546EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Friend's discourse, delivered at an yearly meeting of the Quakers, in Boston, on Friday the 30th of August, 1728. Taken down in short hand, examined by several that heard it, and now at their desire made publick. ; Note, this discourse was distinctly read over to several of the Friends, (at their desire) and allowed by them to be verbatim as it was delivered.N02553EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse on the transcendent glory of the Gospel. Deliver'd at the lecture in Hingham. / By Ebenezer Gay, M.A. Pastor of a church there. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Gay, Ebenezer, 1696-1787.N02554EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Zechariah's vision of Christ's martial glory, open'd and apply'd, in a sermon preach'd at the desire of the Honourable Artillery-Company in Boston, June 3. 1728. / By Ebenezer Gay, Pastor of a church in Hingham. ; [Twelve lines of Scripture texts]Gay, Ebenezer, 1696-1787.N02555EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Israel's mourning for Aaron's death. A sermon preached on the Lord's-Day after the death of the very Reverend and learned Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. Pastor of the North Church in Boston: who departed this life, February 13. 1727,8. Aet. LXVI. / By Joshua Gee, M.A. Pastor of the same Church. ; [Two lines from Acts]Gee, Joshua, 1698-1748.N02556EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The mystical marriage. A brief essay, on, the grace of the Redeemer espousing the soul of the believer. / By the late Reverend Dr. Cotton Mather. ; Approved by several pastors of our churches, as a present, proper to be offered unto our young people: and very particularly when the celebration of a marriage affords an agreeable occasion for it.Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.N02580EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The curse causeless. A sermon preach'd at Exon, Jan. 30th. 1716/17. / By James Peirce.Peirce, James, 1673-1726.N02598EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Civil rulers raised up by God to feed his people. A sermon at the publick lecture in Boston, July 25. 1728. In the audience of His Excellency the governour, His Honour the lieut. governour, and the Honourable the Council and representatives of the province: being the Thursday after His Excellency's arrival here. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church.Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02609EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The departure of Elijah lamented. A sermon occasioned by the great & publick loss in the decease of the very Reverend & learned Cotton Mather, D.D. F.R.S. and Senior Pastor of the North Church in Boston: who left this life on Feb. 13th 1727, 8. The morning after he finished the LXV year of his age. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church. ; [One line from John]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02610EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The grave and death destroyed, and believers ransomed and redeemed from them. A sermon at Midleborough East-Precinct July. VII. 1728. Being the Lord's-Day after the decease & funeral of Samuel Prince, Esq; there. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. a Pastor of the South Church in Boston, and one of the sons of the deceased. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02611EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
He that would keep God's commandments must renounce the society of evil doers. A sermon preach'd at the publick lecture in Boston, July 18th. 1728. After a bloody and mortal duel. / By Joseph Sewall, M.A. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; With a preface by the united ministers of the said town. ; [Three lines from Proverbs]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02617EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Holy Spirit the gift of God our heavenly Father, to them that ask him. A sermon preach'd on a day of prayer and fasting, kept by the South Church in Boston, to ask of God the effusion of his spirit on the rising generation, Novemb. 13th. 1722. / By Joseph Sewall, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02618EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The history of the rise, increase, and progress, of the Christian people called Quakers: intermixed with several remarkable occurrences. / Written originally in Low-Dutch, and also translated into English, by William Sewel.Sewel, William, 1653-1720.N02619EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The day of grace, in which the chief of sinners may be turn'd and healed. By Nathaniel Vincent. ; [Two lines from II Corinthians]Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697.N02626EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Death the advantage of the godly. A sermon delivered at Guilford, on the 9th. of June, Anno Dom. 1728. Being the Lord's Day, next after the funeral of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Ruggles, Pastor of the Church of Christ there, who departed this life on the first instant in the fifty-eighth year of his age. / By Elisha Williams, A.M. and Rector of Yale College. ; Printed at the desire & charge of that society.Williams, Elisha, 1694-1755.N02633EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Divine grace illustrious, in the salvation of sinners. A sermon delivered in the audience of the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at New Haven Octob 22. 1727. In the time of the sessions there. / By Elisha Williams, A.M. and Rector of Yale College. ; Published by order of the General Assembly.Williams, Elisha, 1694-1755.N02634EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth, and preached, by the people, called in scorn, Quakers: being a full explanation and vindication of their principles and doctrines, by many arguments, deduced from Scripture and right reason, and the testimonies of famous authors, both ancient and modern : With a full answer to the strongest objections usually made against them. : Presented to the King. / Written in Latin and English, by Robert Barclay, and since translated into High Dutch, Low Dutch, and French, for the information of strangers.Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690.N02638EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The worship of God, forever to be accompanied with judgment, mercy, and faith, as the weightier matters of the law. A sermon delivered at the lecture in Boston, Sept. 18. 1729. / By John Barnard, V.D.M. of Marblehead. ; [Seven lines in Latin and Greek]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N02639EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ in the clouds coming to judgment; or The dissolution of all things. Wherein is plainly set forth the second coming of Christ to judgment. ... / Being the substance of a sermon preached by that Reverend Divine, Dr. Bates, deceased.Ambrose, Isaac, 1604-1664.N02640EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An impartial account of a late debate at Lyme in the colony of Connecticut, (on the three following heads, viz. I. The subjects of baptism. II. The mode of baptizing. and III. The maintenance of the ministers of the Gospel) giving a summary of what was there delivered, on both sides. : Publish'd at the desire of some then present. : Together, with a disswasive not to depart from the wholesome truths, which people have been instructed in. : Also giving some account of the rise of the Antipedo-Baptist perswasion. / By John Bulkley, A.M. ; To which is added, a narrative of one lately converted from dreadful errors: by another hand.Bulkley, John, 1679-1731.N02650EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The character of the perfect and upright man; his peaceful end described; and our duty to observe it laid down. : In a discourse on Psalm XXXVII. 37. / By Mather Byles, M.A. ; [Six lines of quotations]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N02652EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The faithful ministers of Christ mindful of their own death. A sermon preached at the lecture in Boston; upon the death of the learned and venerable Solomon Stoddard late Pastor of the Church of Christ in Northampton: who departed this life Febr. 11. 1729. Aetat. 86. / By Benjamin Colman. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02657EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The ministers of Christ should be speedy and earnest in speaking to young people. Four sermons preach'd to a society of young men, in Newtown on the Lord's-Day evenings. And now published at their earnest desire. / By John Cotton, Pastor of the Church of Christ there. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Cotton, John, 1693-1757.N02661EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks upon a discourse intituled An overture. Presented to the reverend synod of dissenting ministers sitting in Philadelphia, in the month of September, 1728. In a letter to the author. / By a member of the said synod.Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N02663EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A modest enquiry into the nature and necessity of a paper-currency. [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.N02672EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The strait gate and the narrow way, infinitely preferable to the wide gate and the broad way. Two sermons, upon Matth. VII. 13, 14. Wherein the several advantages and disadvantages, with the respective ends of a wicked and a pious life are compared. And unconverted sinners are hereupon exhorted and perswaded to consider of their ways, and to turn and live to God.Gee, Joshua, 1698-1748.N02674EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The order of causes. Of God's fore-knowledge, election, and predestination. And of mans salvation or damnation. Laid down so clearly, and proved so plainly by the Scriptures, that even the meanest capacity amongst rational men may understand it, to their great satisfaction. As also, whether Christ died for all, or not for all: with the causes and effects that may follow or not follow, seriously considered, meekly controverted, and plainly proved by the Scriptures of truth; to the great satisfaction of all rational people fearing God. / By Henry Haggar, a servant of Christ, and of the congregations of his saints. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Haggar, Henry.N02677EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The life of the very Reverend and learned Cotton Mather, D.D. & F.R.S. late Pastor of the North Church in Boston. Who died, Feb. 13. 1727,8. / By Samuel Mather, M.A. ; [Three lines of quotations]Mather, Samuel, 1706-1785.N02690EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Fruits of retirement: or Miscellaneous poems, moral and divine. Being some contemplations, letters, &c. written on variety of subjects and occasions. / By Mary Mollineux, late of Leverpool [sic], deceased. ; To which is prefixed, some account of the author. ; [Two lines from Exodus]Mollineux, Mary, 1651?-1695.N02693EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Attorney general on reading the votes of the 19th of June last, finds that a petition of the justices of Albany, was (during his absence then in the country) presented to the General Assembly ...N02695EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief examination of the practice of the times, by the foregoing and the present dispensation: whereby is manifested, how the Devil works in the mystery, which none can understand and get the victory over but those that are armed with the light, that discovers the temptation and the author thereof, and gives victory over him and his instruments, who are now gone forth, as in the beginning, from the true friends of Jesus, having the form of godliness in words, but in deeds deny the power thereof; from such we are commanded to turn away. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Sandiford, Ralph, 1693-1733.N02709EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some plain and necessary directions to obtain eternal salvation. In six sermons from Acts XVI. 30. / By John Webb, M.A. Pastor to a church of Christ in Boston. ; [One line from Luke]Webb, John, 1687-1750.N02723EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A serious word to the posterity of holy men; calling upon them to exalt their fathers God. Being the abstract of a number of sermons preached, by John Williams, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Deerfield.Williams, John, 1664-1729.N02727EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Historical account of the small-pox inoculated in New-England, upon all sorts of persons, whites, blacks, and of all ages and constitutions. With some account of the nature of the infection in the natural and inoculated way, and their different effects on human bodies. : With some short directions to the unexperienced in this method of practice. : Humbly dedicated to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, / by Zabdiel Boylson, F.R.S.Boylston, Zabdiel, 1679-1766.N02740EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The usefulness of reveal'd religion, to preserve and improve that which is natural; as it was represented in a sermon preach'd at Colchester, on occasion of the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Judah Lewes [i.e., Lewis], Pastor of the Third Society there. December 17th. 1729. / By John Bulkley, M.A. ; [Four lines from I Corinthians]Bulkley, John, 1679-1731.N02741EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Government the pillar of the earth. A sermon preached at the lecture in Boston, before His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; captain general and commander in chief, &c. August 13th 1730. / By Benjamin Colman. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02743EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sotweed redivivus: or The planters looking-glass. In burlesque verse. : Calculated for the meridian of Maryland. / By E.C. gent. ; [One line in Latin from Juvenal]Cooke, Ebenezer, ca. 1667-ca. 1732.N02746EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A reply to the objections made against taking the small pox in the way of inoculation from principles of conscience. In a letter to a friend in the country. / By a minister in Boston. ; [Three lines from Luke]Cooper, William, 1694-1743.N02747EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation concerning inoculation of the small-pox. Giving some account of the rise, progress, success, advantages and disadvantages of receiving the small pox by incisions illustrated by sundry cases of the inoculated.Douglass, William, 1691?-1752.N02749EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A practical essay concerning the small pox. By William Douglass, M.D. [One line in Latin from Publius Syrus]Douglass, William, 1691?-1752.N02750EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations historical and practical on the rise and primitive state of New-England. With a special reference to the Old or First Gather'd Church in Boston. : A sermon preach'd to the said congregation Aug. 23. 1730. Being the last Sabbath of the first century since its settlement. / By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. ; [Three lines from Psalms]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02753EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The pleas of Gospel-impenitents examined & refuted. In two sermons at the Thursday-lecture in Boston. On Febr. 5. & April 23. 1730. / By Thomas Foxcroft, Pastor to the Old Church. ; Publish'd by desire of some of the hearers. ; [Five lines from Wright]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02754EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of people to pray for and praise their rulers. A sermon at the lecture in Hingham, August 12. 1730. On occasion of the arrival of His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; to his government. / By Ebenezer Gay. ; Published at the desire of the hearers.Gay, Ebenezer, 1696-1787.N02755EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The interest of the country in laying duties: or A discourse, shewing how duties on some sorts of merchandize may make the province of New-York richer than it would be without them.Colden, Cadwallader, 1688-1776.N02761EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Interest of city and country to lay no duties: or A short discourse shewing that duties on trade, tend to the impoverishing city and country. Also, how the government may be easier and better supported than by duties.N02762EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter to Doctor Zabdiel Boylston; occasion'd by a late dissertation concerning inoculation, printed at Boston. [Three lines in Latin from Lucan]N02766EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Typographia. An ode, on printing. : Inscrib'd to the Honourable William Gooch, Esq; His Majesty's lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief of the colony of Virginia. : [Three lines of quotation in Latin]Markland, J.N02767EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon against the dangerous and sinful practice of inoculation. Preach'd at St. Andrew's Holborn, on Sunday, July the 8th, 1722. / By Edmund Massey, M.A. Lecturer of St. Alban Woodstreet.Massey, Edmund, 1690-1765.N02782EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The people of New-England put in mind of the righteous acts of the Lord to them and their fathers, and reasoned with concerning them. A sermon delivered at Cambridge before the great and General Assembly of the province of Massachusetts May 27th MDCCXXX. Being the anniversary for the election of His Majesty's Council for the province. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church in Boston[.] ; [Three lines from Psalms]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02804EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon at the publick lecture in Boston Jan. viii. 1729, 30. Upon the death of the Honourable Samuel Sewall, Esq; late chief justice of the Circuits and one of His Majesty's Council for the province who deceased at his house in Boston on the 1st of the same month and in the 78th year of his age. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. one of the Pastors of the South Church. ; [Five lines from Isaiah]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02805EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The orphan's best legacy: or, God's parental care of bereaved children: a discourse occasion'd by the death of the Honourable Samuel Sewall Esq; who departed this life, Jan. 1. 1729,30. Aetatis 78. / By his son, Joseph Sewall, Pastor of the South Church in Boston. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N02811EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Solomon's caution against the cup. A sermon delivered at Cainboy, in the province of South-Carolina. March 30. 1729. / By Josiah Smith, M.A. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Smith, Josiah, 1704-1781.N02817EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Two interests reconciled: occasioned by two late pamphlets, called The interest of the country and The interest of city and country.N02822EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The regards due to such as have been eminent & useful. A discourse occasioned by the death of John Hall, Esq; One of the Council in the colony of Connecticut, who died April 29th. 1730. in the 60th. year of his age. / By Samuel Whittelsey, Pastor of the First Church in Wallingford. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Whittelsey, Samuel, 1686-1752.N02831EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Trade and commerce inculcated; in a discourse, shewing the necessity of a well-governed trade, in order to a flourishing common-wealth. : With some proposals for the bringing gold & silver into the country for a medium of trade, as also for the better supporting the credit of the paper currency. / By Amicus reipublicae.Amicus reipublicae.N02836EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The certainty, time, and end, of the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; with the accomplishment of several of the prophecys [sic], relating thereto. : A sermon, at the lecture, in Marblehead, December 25. 1729. : To which is added, an appendix, attempting more clearly to state, the true year of our Lord's nativity. / By John Barnard, V.D.M. of Marblehead.Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N02838EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Man's life considered under the similitude of a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away. A sermon on the death of that honorable and vertuous gentlewoman Mrs. Sarah Byfield, the amiable consort of the Honorable Nathanael Byfield, Esq; who died Decemb. 21st. 1730. In the 58th year of her age. / By Charles Chauncy, M.A. one of the Pastors of the First Church in Boston. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N02848EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap. Relating some of God's remarkable providences to him, in bringing him into New-England; and some of the straits and afflictions, good people met with here in their beginnings. And instructing, counselling, directing and commanding his children and childrens children, and houshold, to serve the Lord in their generations to the latest posterity. : [One line from Hebrews]Clap, Roger, 1609-1691.N02849EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Maryland muse. Containing I. The history of Colonel Nathaniel Bacon's rebellion in Virginia. Done into Hudibrastick verse, from an old ms. II. The sotweed factor, or voiage to Maryland. / By E. Cooke, gent. ; [Two lines of verse]Cooke, Ebenezer, ca. 1667-ca. 1732.N02853EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach'd to a society of young people in Sudbury, on a Lord's-Day evening, October 1730. / By William Cook, A.M. Pastor of a church there. ; [Four lines from Timothy]Cooke, William, 1696-1760.N02854EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay on the merchandize of slaves & souls of men, Revel. XVIII. 13. With an application thereof to the Church of Rome. : To which is added, an exercitation on Numb. XXXII. 10, 11, 12. : With an occasional meditation on I. Sam. XXIII. 11, 12. / By a gentleman. ; [Nine lines of quotations]Dudley, Paul, 1675-1751.N02857EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God glorified in the work of redemption, by the greatness of man's dependance upon him, in the whole of it. A sermon preached on the publick lecture in Boston, July 8. 1731. : And published at the desire of several, ministers and others, in Boston, who heard it. / By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Northampton. ; [Two lines from Judges]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N02859EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The character of the candidates for civil government, especially for Council. As it is drawn in a sermon deliver'd at Boston, before His Excellency Jonathan Belcher Esq; the Honourable the Council, and representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. On May 26th. MDCCXXXI. Being the anniversary day for the election of His Majesty's Council there. / By Samuel Fisk, M.A. Pastor of the First Church in Salem. ; [Two lines from Ezekiel]Fisk, Samuel, 1689-1770.N02861EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The divine right of deacons. A sermon preach'd on occasion of the ordination of Mr. Zechariah Thayer, to the office of a deacon in the Old or First gather'd Church in Boston, Lord's Day, May 23. 1731. / By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. One of the Pastors of the said Church.Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N02865EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An excellent sermon upon the great salvation. By that pious and worthy servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Andrew Gray, late Minister of the Gospel in the city of Glasgow.Gray, Andrew, 1633-1656.N02866EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Money the sinews of trade. The state of the province of the Massachustts-Bay considered, with respect to its trade for want of a medium of exchange wherewith to manage it. : Recommended to the serious consideration of the trading part in general, more especially to the merchants and traders in the town of Boston. / By a lover of his country.Lover of his country.N02887EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The decay of love to God in churches, offensive & dangerous shewed in a sermon preach'd before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford May 14th. 1730. / By William Russel A.M. Pastor of a church in Middletown. ; [Five lines from Revelation]Russel, William, 1690-1761.N02901EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Father Ab--y's will. To which is now added, A letter of courtship to his virtuous and amiable widow. Cambridge, December 1731.Seccombe, John, 1708-1792.N02903EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Quakerism a judicial infatuation represented in three dialogues, adapted to the meanest capacities, and containing a full reply to J. Mott's, pretended answer to the Letter to a parishioner, &c. and an answer to the common objections of the Quakers against outward ordinances: with a detection of R. Barclay's sophistry, in proving Christ's baptism spiritual without water; and E. Burlings [sic], arguments upon that head refuted. / By James Wetmore, missionary from the Honorable Society for Propagating the Gospel, &c. And rector of Christ Church in the parish of Rye. ; [Six lines from 2 Peter]Wetmore, James, 1695-1760.N02913EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse on the present vileness of the body, and its future glorious change by Christ. To which is added, a sermon on the nature and importance of conversion. : Both occasionally deliver'd at Dorchester April 23. 1732. / By Mather Byles, A.M. ; [Three lines from Claud. Phoenix]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N02925EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Early piety recommended and exemplify'd. A sermon occasioned by the death of Elisabeth Price, an eminently pious young woman, who departed this life, February 22, 1731/2. In the seventeenth year of her age. / By Charles Chauncy, M.A. one of the Pastors of the First Church in Boston. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N02933EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ministers and people under special obligations to sanctity, humility & gratitude; for the great grace given them in the preached Gospel. : A sermon on a day of prayer, kept by the North Church in Boston on Tuesday January 25. 1731/2. To implore the Divine direction in their election of another pastor. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Galatians]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N02935EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Three discourses concerning the reality, the extremity, and the absolute eternity of Hell punishments. By William Cooper, A.M. One of the Pastors of the Church in Brattle-Street, Boston. ; Publish'd by desire of many of the hearers. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Cooper, William, 1694-1743.N02941EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The reasonableness of Christianity, in four sermons. Wherein the being and attributes of God, the apostasy of man, and the credibility of the Christian religion, are demonstrated by rational considerations. And the divine mission of our blessed Saviour prov'd by Scripture-arguments, both from the Old Testament and the New; and vindicated against the most important objections, whether of ancient or modern infidels. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth-Town, N. Jersey. ; [Three lines from St. Augustine] ; With a preface by Mr. Foxcroft.Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N02942EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Scripture-bishop. Or The Divine right of Presbyterian ordination & government, considered in a dialogue between Praelaticus and Eleutherius.Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N02943EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
All the living must surely die, and go to judgment. A sermon (with some little, and but little enlargement in a few particulars) preach'd before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut at Hartford, on the day of election there, on May 11th. 1732. / By Timothy Edwards M.A. Pastor of a church in Windior [i.e., Windsor]. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts] ; Publish'd by order of the General Assembly.Edwards, Timothy, 1669-1758.N02948EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Advice and caution from our Monthly Meeting at Philadelphia. Held the 25th day of the sixth month, 1732, concerning children and servants.Society of Friends. Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.N02955EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A serious call in Christian love to all people, to turn to the spirit of Christ in themselves, that they may come to have a right understanding of the things of God, and be enabled thereby to serve him acceptably: : with some observations on the following heads; concerning, 1. The universality of God's love in sending his Son to die for all men. 2. The Holy Scriptures. 3. Worship. 4. Baptism. 5. The Supper. 6. Perfection. 7. The Resurrection. 8. The conclusion. : [Two lines from Scripture text] / By Benjamin Holme.Holme, Benjamin, 1683-1749.N02962EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Conference of His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; captain general and governour in chief of His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, with Evewakenk chief sachem of the Penobscot tribe, Loron one of the chief captains of the same tribe, Loxus chief sachem of the Norridgewock tribe, Adiawando chief sachem of the Pigwacket tribe, and Medaganesset chief sachem of the Amerescoggin tribe, with other chief men of the said Indian tribes, at Falmouth in Casco-Bay, July 1732. Annoq; regni Regis Georgii, Secundi, Magnae Britanniae, &c. sexto.N02964EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Mr. Mitchel's letter to his brother.Mitchel, Jonathan, 1624-1668.N02985EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The nature of riches, shewed from the natural reasons of the use and effects thereof: together with some improvements made upon the considerations of the nature and effect of riches. / By Joseph Morgan.Morgan, Joseph, 1671-ca. 1749.N02986EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The temporal safety of the Lord's people, until they forsake Him. Considered with particular respect to God's dealing with his people in New-England, in their settlement and prosperity, and in the distressing wars that have attended them. Preached at Weymouth, July 30. 1732. On the occasion of the treaty with the Indians, at the eastward. / By Thomas Paine, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Weymouth. ; Printed at the desire of many of the hearers. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Paine, Thomas, 1694-1757.N02993EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay to revive and encourage military exercises, skill and valour among the sons of God's people in New-England. A sermon preached before the Honourable Artillery-Company in Boston, June 5th. 1732. Being the day of their election of officers; : and now made publick at their request, and at the desire of many others. / By Oliver Peabody, A.M. Pastor of the church in Natick. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Peabody, Oliver, 1698-1752.N02994EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The dying prayer of Christ, for His people's preservation and unity. A sermon to the North Church in Boston, January XXV. 1731,2. Being a day of prayer for the divine direction, in their choice of another colleague pastor, to succeed the Rev. Dr. Cotton Mather. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church. ; [Five lines from Ephesians]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N02999EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The faithful servant approv'd at death, and entring [sic] into the joy of his Lord. A sermon at the publick lecture in Boston. July xxvii. 1732. Occasion'd by the much lamented death of the Honourable Daniel Oliver, Esq; one of His Majesty's Council for the province. Who deceased there the 23d. of the same month, in the 69th. year of his age. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. ; And one of the Pastors of the South Church. ; With a poem by Mr. Byles. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N03000EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The origin of war examin'd and applied, in a sermon preached at the desire of the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, June 4. 1733. Being the day of their election of officers. / By Nathanael Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the church in Cambridge. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Appleton, Nathaniel, 1693-1784.N03014EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon concerning the excellency and usefulness of the Common-prayer. Preach'd by William Beveridge, D.D. (late Lord Bishop of St. Asaph) at the opening of the parish-church of St. Peter's Cornhill, London, the 27th of November, 1681.Beveridge, William, 1637-1708.N03015EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sudnry [sic] rules and directions for drawing up a regiment, posting the officers, &c. Taken from the best and latest authority; for the use and benefit of the First Regiment of Militia in the County of Middlesex. / By William Brattle, major of said regiment.Brattle, William, 1706-1776.N03019EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Jerusalem-sinner saved: or, Good news for the vilest of men, being a help for despairing souls: shewing that Jesus Christ would have mercy in the first place offered to the biggest sinners. : In which is added, an answer to those grand objections that lie in the ways of them that would believe: for the comfort of those that fear they have sinned against the Holy Ghost / by John Bunyan of Bedford.Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.N03023EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The declaration, dying warning and advice of Rebekah Chamblit. A young woman aged near twenty-seven years, executed at Boston September 27th. 1733. according to the sentence pass'd upon her at the Superiour Court holden there for the county of Suffolk, in August last, being then found guilty of felony, in concealing the birth of her spurious male infant, of which she was delivered when alone the eighth day of May last, and was afterwards found dead, as will more fully appear by the following declaration, which was carefully taken from her own mouth.Chamblit, Rebekah, ca. 1706-1733.N03025EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Nathanael's character display'd. A sermon, preach'd the Lord's Day after the funeral of the Hounourable Nathanael Byfield Esq; late judge of the Vice-Admiralty, and one of His Majesty's Council for this province. Who died at his house in Boston, on the 6th of June, 1733. In the 80th year of his age. / By Charles Chauncy, M.A. one of the Pastors of the old church. ; [Five lines from Isaiah]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03026EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A testimony against that antichristian practice of making slaves of men. Wherein it is shewed to be contrary to the dispensation of the law and time of the Gospel, and very opposite both to grace and nature. / By Elihu Coleman. ; [Three lines from Matthew]Coleman, Elihu, 1699-1789.N03030EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God is a great king. A sermon preached (in part) at Boston May 13. 1733. : And now publish'd at the desire of a Reverend person then present, and at the expence of his friends, to whom he recommended it: unto whom it is therefore now presented and dedicated, / by Benjamin Colman, D.D. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03031EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Scripture-bishop vindicated. A defence of the dialogue between Praelaticus and Eleutherius, upon The Scripture-bishop, or the Divine right of Presbyterian ordination and government: against the exceptions of a pamphlet, intitled, The Scripture-bishop examin'd. / By Eleutherius, V.D.M. ; In a letter to a friend. ; [Four lines from Isaiah]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03036EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Lessons of caution to young sinners. A sermon preach'd on Lord's-Day Sept. 23. 1733. Upon the affecting occasion of an unhappy young woman present in the assembly under sentence of death. / By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A. Pastor to the Old Church in Boston. ; With a preface by Mr. Cooper. ; And Mr. Byles's conference with the prisoner as she walked to the place of execution. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N03040EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Christian's duty of watchfulness against error, and establishment in the truth: opened and urged, in a lecture-sermon, preach'd at New-Milford on Wednesday August 23. 1732. (Occasioned by the growth and spreading of Quakerism in that place.) / By John Graham, M.A. Minister of God's Word in Southbury. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Graham, John, 1694-1774.N03043EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from a minister of the Church of England to his dissenting parishioners. Containing a brief answer to the most material objections against the establish'd church that are to be found in De Laune's Plea, the answer to the Bishop of Derry, the plain reasons for separating, &c. and others. : Together with plain reasons for conformity to the Church of England. : [Five lines of Scripture texts]Johnson, Samuel, 1696-1772.N03053EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A short and easy method with the deists: wherein the certainty of the Christian religion, is demonstrated by infallible proof, from four rules, which are incompatible to any imposture that ever yet has been, or that can possibly be. : In a letter to a friend. : To which is added, a letter from the Reverend Mr. Leslie, to a deist, upon his conversion, by reading this book.Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.N03056EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The charge of the Honourable James De Lancey Esq; chief justice of the province of New-York, to the gentlemen of the grand-jury for the city and county of New-York, on Tuesday the 15th day of January, annoq; Domini. 1733 [1734, new style]. : Printed at the request of the grand-jury.De Lancey, James, 1703-1760.N03073EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The opinion and argument of the chief justice of the province of New-York concerning the jurisdiction of the Supream Court of the said province, to determine causes in a course of equity.Morris, Lewis, 1671-1746.N03076EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from a gentleman in New-York, to his friend in London.P. P.N03078EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ victorious over the powers of darkness, by the light of his preached Gospel. A sermon preached in Boston, December 12. 1733. At the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Stephen Parker, Mr. Ebenezer Hinsdell [i.e., Hinsdale], and Mr. Joseph Seccombe, chosen by the commissioners to the Honourable Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge, at Edinburgh, to carry the Gospel to the aboriginal natives on the borders of New England. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. Pastor to a church of Christ in Boston. ; To which are annexed, a brief account of the Honourable Society and of the present mission, with an abstract of the ordination prayers, and the charge given by the Reverend Mr. Colman. And the right hand of fellowship given by the Reverend Mr. Prince. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N03090EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An address to young people, or Warning to them from one among them yet may be called warning from the dead, given by Mercy Wheeler of Plainfield, a person confined to a bed of languishing for more than five years together. ; [Four lines from Ecclesiastes]Wheeler, Mercy, 1706-1796.N03096EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The constitutions of the Free-Masons. Containing the history, charges, regulations, &c. of that most ancient and right worshipful fraternity. : For the use of the lodges.Freemasons.N03105EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The throne established by righteousness. A sermon preach'd before His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the Representatives of the province of Massachusetts-Bay in New England, May 29, 1734. Being the day for the electing His Majesty's Council there. / By John Barnard, A.M. Pastor of a church in Marblehead. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N03106EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The nature of religious fasting opened. In two short discourses deliver'd at Thompson in Kellingley [i.e., Killingly], Connecticut Colony. On a day of publick fasting and prayer, April 18. 1733. / By Marston Cabot, V.D.M. ; [Three lines of quotations]Cabot, Marston, 1706-1756.N03111EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Character and overthrow of Laish considered and applied. A sermon preached at the desire of the Honourable Artillery-Company in Boston, June 3. 1734. Being the anniversary day for their election of officers. / By Charles Chauncy A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Judges]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03113EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Ministers of the Gospel should speak, not as pleasing men, but God, who tries their hearts. A sermon preach'd at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Ward Cotton, at Hampton, in New-Hampshire, June 19th. 1734. When he was ordain'd a colleague-pastor with the Rev. Mr. Nathanael Gookin, Pastor of the First Church there. / By John Cotton, A.M. Minister of the Gospel in Newtown.Cotton, John, 1693-1757.N03118EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A divine and supernatural light, immediately imparted to the soul by the spirit of God, shown to be both a scriptural, and rational doctrine; in a sermon preach'd at Northampton, and published at the desire of some of the hearers. / By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pastor of the church there. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N03122EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Explanatory lectures on the orrery, armillary sphere, globes and other machines, instruments, and schemes made use of by astronomers: accompanied with a great variety of physical experiments and curious remarks. / By Isaac Greenwood, A.M. Hollisian Professor of Philosophy & Mathematicks.Greenwood, Isaac, 1702-1745.N03126EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A second letter from a minister of the Church of England to his dissenting parishioners. In answer to some remarks made on the former, by one J.G. : [Five lines of Scripture texts]Johnson, Samuel, 1696-1772.N03131EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Grammar of the holy tongue. Proposals for printing by subscription, a Hebrew grammar ... by ... Judah Monis, M.A[.] teacher of the Hebrew tongue at Harvard College in Cambridge, New England. ...Monis, Judah, 1683-1764.N03143EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
By His Excellency William Cosby, captain general and governour in chief of the provinces New-York, New-Jersey ... A proclamation. Whereas by the contrivance of some evil disposed and disaffected persons, divers journals or printed news papers (entitled, The New-York weekly journal ...) have been caused to be printed and published by John Peter Zenger ... I have thought fit ... to issue this proclamation, hereby promising a reward of fifty pounds to such person or persons who shall discover the author or authors of the said ... journals or printed news-papers ... Given under my hand and seal at Fort-George in New-York this sixth day of November ... in the year of our Lord 1734.New York (State). Governor (1732-1736 : Cosby).N03153EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The charge of the Honourable James De Lancey, Esqr. chief justice of the province of New-York, to the gentlemen of the grand-jury for the city and county of New-York, on Tuesday the 15th of October, 1734.De Lancey, James, 1703-1760.N03154EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Serious reflections on late publick concernments in these churches. By Nathanael Stone, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Harwich.Stone, Nathanael, 1667-1755.N03174EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Every man his own doctor: or, The poor planter's physician. Prescribing plain and easy means for persons to cure themselves of all, or most of the distempers, incident to this climate, and with very little charge, the medicines being chiefly of the growth and production of this country. : [Eight lines from Milton]Tennent, John, ca. 1700-ca. 1760.N03178EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The greatness of sin improv'd by the penitent as an argument with God for a pardon. A sermon at the Thursday lecture in Boston, October 17th. 1734. Preach'd in the hearing of John Ormesby, and Matthew Cushing, two condemned malefactors on the day of their execution, the one for murder, and the other for burglary. / By John Webb, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; With an appendix, giving a faithful account of the behaviour of Matthew Cushing, after his condemnation, and at the time of his execution. By the Reverend Mr. Cooper.Webb, John, 1687-1750.N03186EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
New England's lamentations under three heads, the decay of the power of godliness; the danger of Arminian principles; the declining state of our church-order, government and discipline. : With the means of these declensions, and the methods of our recovery. / By the Reverend Mr. John White, M.A. And Pastor of the First Church in Glocester. ; To which are added, reasons for adhering to our platform, and answers to some objections against ruling elders, by another hand. ; As also, a vindication of the divine authority of ruling elders, by a provincial assembly of Presbyterian ministers at London, in 1649.White, John, 1677-1760.N03188EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Jehovah's character as a man of war, illustrated and applied. A sermon preached at the desire of the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, June 2. 1735. Being the anniversary-day for the election of their officers. : Now published at their united request. / By Hull Abbot, A.M. Pastor of the church in Charlestown. ; [Twelve lines of Scripture texts]Abbot, Hull, 1702-1774.N03190EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God sometimes answers his people, by terrible things in righteousness. A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap which struck the meeting-house in N. London, Aug. 31st. 1735. At what time one was killed outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, yet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with the rest of the congregation, from immediate death. : As it was delivered (Sept. 7th.) the Lord's Day following. / By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the church there. ; [Three lines of quotations]Adams, Eliphalet, 1677-1753.N03191EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The complaint of James Alexander and William Smith to the committee of the General Assembly of the colony of New-York, &c.Alexander, James, 1691-1756.N03194EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Gospel ministers must be fit for the Master's use, and prepared to every good work, if they would be vessels unto honour: illustrated in a sermon preached at Deerfield, August 31. 1735. At the ordination of Mr. John Sargent, to the evangelical ministry, with a special reference to the Indians of Houssatonnoc, who have lately manifested their desires to receive the Gospel. / By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Appleton, Nathaniel, 1693-1784.N03196EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Adam's losing, and Christ's saving all their seed. A sermon preached at the lecture in East-Haddam, June 12th. 1734. / By George Beckwith, A.M. Pastor of the Third Church in Lyme. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Beckwith, George, 1703-1794.N03199EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Cato's moral distichs Englished in couplets.N03205EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sinners prayer for converting grace; or, The necessity and efficacy of the grace of God in the conversation of a sinner. Asserted and practically improved, chiefly for the direction and encouragement of the unconverted to pray for converting grace. In a sermon preach'd at the lecture in Boston, February 13th. 1734. : Published, with enlargements and additions, at the request of several of the hearers. / By Peter Clark, A.M. Pastor of the Chruch of Christ in Salem-Village. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Clark, Peter, 1694-1768.N03207EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief dissertation on the three first chapters of Genesis. Giving some of the evident signatures of the inspiration of God in those first pages of the holy oracles. : Being the substance of some sermons lately preached / By Dr. Colman. ; [One line from John]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03208EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Reliquiae Turellae, et lachrymae paternae. The father's tears over his daughter's remains. Two sermons preach'd at Medford, April 6. 1735. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; The Lord's Day after the funeral of his beloved daughter Mrs. Jane Turell. ; To which are added, some large memoirs of her life and death, by her consort, the Reverend Mr. Ebenezer Turell, M.A. Pastor of the church in Medford. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03209EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks upon a pamphlet, entitled, A letter to a friend in the country, containing the substance of a sermon preached in Philadelphia, in the congregation of the Rev. Mr. Hemphill. Wherein the terms of both Christian and ministerial communion are so stated, that all impositions in religious concerns are exploded, a proper enclosure proposed for the security of each religious society, and the commission of the synod justified in their conduct toward Mr. Hemphill. : [Five lines of quotations]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03214EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
At a conference held at Deerfield in the county of Hampshire, the twenty seventh day of August, anno regni Regis Georgii Secundi, Magnae, Britanniae, Franciae et Hiberniae, &c. nono, annoq; domini, 1735. By & between His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; captain general and governour in chief in and over His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. And Ountassoogoe and others, chiefs of the Cagnawaga tribe of Indians, &c. who were accompanied by a number of the St. Francois Indians, who at their own desire were included in the treaty with the Cagnawagas, the whole being twenty-seven. Cuncaupot captain, with his lieutenant and several others of the chiefs of the Houssatonuoc Indians &c. being upwards of forty in the whole. Marsequunt, Naunautooghijau, and Weenpauk, three chiefs of the Scautacook tribe and others, including seventeen of the Moheegs, making eighty in the whole.N03229EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Pure and undefiled religion, the highest obligation, and truest glory of civil rulers. A sermon delivered at Boston, in the audience of the great and General Court or Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New England, May 28th. 1735. Being the anniversary for the election of His Majesty's Council for the province. / By John Prentice, A.M. Pastor of the church in Lancaster.Prentice, John, 1682-1748.N03251EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. A sermon upon the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Oliver, relict of the Honourable Daniel Oliver, Esq; Wednesday May xxi. 1735. Aetatis 58. Delivered at the South Church in Boston, on the Lord's Day after. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the same church. ; [Two lines from Revelation]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N03254EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Instructions for the cultivating and raising of flax and hemp: in a better manner, than that generally practis'd in Ireland. / By Lionel Slator of Cabragh, in the County of Cavan, flax and hemp dresser to the Honourable Thomas Coote of Coote-Hill, in the said county. ; Printed at Dublin in the year 1724. And now published for the benefit of the inhabitants of New-England, and recommended to their perusal.Slator, Lionel.N03258EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of forgetting God, describ'd. And the duty of considering our ways explain'd. In a sermon on Psalm L. 22. : Preach'd at New-York, March 1735. / By Gilbert Tennent A.M. and Minister of the Gospel at New-Brunswick in New-Jersey.Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03260EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The espousals or A passionate perswasive to a marriage with the Lamb of God, wherein the sinners misery and the redeemers glory is unvailed in. : A sermon upon Gen. 24 49. Preach'd at N. Brunswyck, June the 22d, 1735. / By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. and Minister of the Gospel there. ; [Two lines of Latin text]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03261EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity of religious violence in order to obtain durable happiness. Open'd and urg'd in a sermon upon Mat. 11. v. 12. : Preach'd at Perth-Amboy, June 29. 1735. / By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. and Minister of the Gospel at New-Brunswick, in New-Jersey. ; [Two lines of Latin text]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03262EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A solemn warning to the secure world, from the God of terrible majesty. Or, The presumptuous sinner detected, his pleas consider'd, and his doom display'd. Being an essay, in which the strong proneness of mankind to entertain a false confidence is proved; the causes & foundations of this delusion open'd and consider'd in a great variety of particulars; the folly, sinfulness and dangerous consequences of such a presumptuous hope expos'd, and directions propos'd how to obtain that scriptural and rational hope, which maketh not ashamed. : In a discourse from Deut. XXIX. 19, 20, 21. / By Gilbert Tennent, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at N. Brunswick N. Jersey. ; [Three lines of quotations]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03263EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A seasonable caveat against believing every spirit: with some directions for trying the spirits, whether they are of God. Given in two public lectures in the hall of Harvard-College at Cambridge, N.E. April 22 and 29, 1735. / By Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. and Hollisian Professor of Divinity.Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765.N03267EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay concerning the restoration of primitive Christianity, in a conduct truly pious and religious. By Thomas Beaven.Beaven, Thomas.N03276EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An examination of and some answer to a pamphlet, intitled, a Narrative and defence of the proceedings of the ministers of Hampshire, who disapproved of Mr. Breck's settlement at Springfield. With a vindication of those ministers and churches, that approv'd of, and acted in the settlement of said Mr. Breck. : [Two lines from Proverbs]Cooper, William, 1694-1743.N03282EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christian bravery. A sermon preached before the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, June 7th, 1736. Being the day of their election of officers. : And now published at their request, with the enlargements, that, for brevity, were omitted in the delivery of the sermon. / By Peter Clark, A.M. Pastor of the church in Salem-Village. ; [Five lines of Scripture quotations]Clark, Peter, 1694-1768.N03286EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A dissertation on the image of God wherein man was created. [Three lines from Genesis] / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; [Three lines from Van Mastricht]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03287EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The merchandise of a people holiness to the Lord. A sermon preached in part at the publick lecture in Boston, July 1. 1725. In part at a private meeting for charity to the poor, March 6. 1726. And now published as a thank-offering to God for repeated surprising bounties from London for uses of piety and charity. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. and Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines from Corinthians]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03288EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The vanity of human institutions in the worship of God. A sermon preached at Newark, June 2. 1736. : To which are added, some little enlargements. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth Town, in New-Jersey. ; [Three lines from Galatians]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03296EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The practical history of a new epidemical eruptive miliary fever, with an angina ulcusculosa which prevailed in Boston New-England in the years 1735 and 1736. / By William Douglass, M.D.Douglass, William, 1691?-1752.N03298EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the numbers that have died of the distemper in the throat, within the province of New-Hampshire, with some reflections thereon. July 26. 1736.Fitch, Jabez, 1672-1746.N03300EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Memoirs of odd adventures, strange deliverances, &c. in the captivity of John Gyles, Esq; commander of the garrison on St. George's River. Written by himself. ; Eight lines in English from Homer's Odyssey]Gyles, John, 1678?-1755.N03306EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Integrity and religion to be principally regarded, by such as design others to stations of publick trust. A sermon preach'd before His Excellency, Jonathan Belcher, Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on the anniversary for the election of counsellors for said province, May 26. 1736. / By Edward Holyoke, M.A. Pastor of a Church in Marblehead. ; [Eleven lines of quotations]Holyoke, Edward, 1689-1769.N03310EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief history of the Pequot War: especially of the memorable taking of their fort at Mistick in Connecticut in 1637: / Written by Major John Mason, a principal actor therein, as then chief captain and commander of Connecticut forces. ; With an introduction and some explanatory notes by the Reverend Mr. Thomas Prince. ; [Nine lines from Psalms]Mason, John, 1600-1672.N03314EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ abolishing death and bringing life and immortality to light in the Gospel. A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honourable Mary Belcher late consort of His Excellency our present governour. Delivered at Boston, N.E. October 17. 1736, being the Lord's-Day after her funeral. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church. ; [Three lines from I Corinthians]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N03340EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A chronological history of New-England in the form of annals: being a summary and exact account of the most material transactions and occurrences relating to this country, in the order of time wherein they happened, from the discovery by Capt. Gosnold in 1602, to the arrival of Governor Belcher, in 1730. : With an introduction containing a brief epitome of the most remarkable transactions and events abroad, from the Creation: including the connected line of time, the succession of patriarchs and sovereigns of the most famous kingdoms & empires, the gradual discoveries of America, and the progress of the Reformation to the discovery of New-England. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. ; Vol. I. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N03341EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief narrative of the case and tryal of John Peter Zenger, printer of the New-York weekly journal.Zenger, John Peter, 1697-1746.N03372EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Superiour skill and wisdom necessary for winning souls, which is the grand design of the ministerial office, illustrated in a sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. John Sparhawk, to the pastoral office over a church of Christ in Salem; on the eighth day of December, 1736. / By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. ; Together with the charge given by the Reverend Mr. Holyoke; and the right hand of fellowship, by the Reverend Mr. Prescott. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Appleton, Nathaniel, 1693-1784.N03375EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A call to parents, and children. Or The great concern of parents; and the important duty of children. The first being the subject of the publick exercises, on the Lord's Day; the second delivered to a religious society of young men, the evening after; on April 24. 1737. / By John Barnard, M.A. Pastor of a church in Marblehead. ; [Three lines from Genesis]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N03376EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Gospel-method of salvation or, The condemned state of man by sin, and the way appointed of God for his recovery through the righteousness of Jesus Christ received by faith, considered in three sermons preached successively at Middletown in New-Jersey, with some alterations and additions. / By Samuel Blair, Minister of the Gospel.Blair, Samuel, 1712-1751.N03380EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Prayer for help a seasonable duty upon the ceasing of godly and faithful men. A sermon occasion'd by the death of several worthy members of the First Church in Boston: preach'd the Lord's-Day following the anniversary fast, being the Sabbath after the funeral of Mr. Jonathan Williams, one of the deacons of said church; who departed this life, March 27th. 1737. Aetat. 63. / By Charles Chauncy. A.M. ; [Three lines from Isaiah]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03383EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great duty of waiting on God in our straits & difficulties, explained and inforced: in a sermon preached at Boston on the Lord's-Day April 17. 1737. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; Published at the request of many that heard it. ; [Two lines from Hosea]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03384EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
It is of the Lord's mercies that we are not consumed. A sermon / preach'd by Dr. Colman, at the Friday-lecture in Brattle-Street, March 4, 1736, 7. After a most merciful and wonderful preservation of the town from being consumed by fire, which broke out in Union-Street, about four that morning. ; Printed at the earnest request of the preserved nei'bourhood and others; to be in their houses some memorial of the Divine compassions, and a small testimony of their thankfulness to God for the deliverance granted them. ; [Three lines from Amos]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03385EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of a sermon preached at Newark, June 2. 1736. entituled, The vanity of human institutions in the worship of God, against the exceptions of Mr. John Beach, in a letter to him. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel, at Elizabeth-Town in New-Jersey. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03390EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Elisha lamenting after the God of Elijah. A funeral sermon preach'd at Boston, March 27. 1737. Occasion'd by the death of the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Wadsworth, late president of Harvard-College in Cambridge, and formerly Pastor of the Old Church in Boston. Who departed this life on March 16th. Having just enter'd the 68th year of his age. / By Thomas Foxcroft, sometimes Colleague-Pastor with him. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N03393EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Obedience and submission to the pastoral watch and rule over the Church of Christ, considered in a sermon preach'd at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. James Diman to the pastoral office over a Church of Christ in Salem; on the eleventh day of May, 1737. / By Edward Holyoke, M.A. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Marblehead. ; [Three lines from I. Thessalonians] ; Together with the charge, by the Reverend Mr. Barnard; and the right hand of fellowship by the Reverend Mr. Clarke.Holyoke, Edward, 1689-1769.N03398EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Treaty of friendship held with the chiefs of the Six Nations, at Philadelphia, in September and October, 1736.N03399EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A third letter from a minister of the Church of England to the dissenters, containing some observations on Mr. J.G.'s remarks on the second. : [Three lines of quotations]Johnson, Samuel, 1696-1772.N03400EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
All slave-keepers that keep the innocent in bondage, apostates pretending to lay claim to the pure & holy Christian religion; of what congregation so ever; but especially in their ministers, by whose example the filthy leprosy and apostacy is spread far and near; it is a notorious sin, which many of the true Friends of Christ, and his pure truth, called Quakers, has been for many years, and still are concern'd to write and bear testimony against; as a practice so gross & hurtful to religion, and destructive to government, beyond what words can set forth, or can be declared of by men or angels, and yet lived in by ministers and magistrates in America. The leaders of the people cause them to err. / Written for a general service, by him that truly and sincerely desires the present and eternal welfare and happiness of all mankind, all the world over, of all colours, and nations, as his own soul; Benjamin Lay.Lay, Benjamin, 1677-1759.N03401EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to the author of the pamphlet called An answeer [sic] to the Hampshire narrative. : [Three lines from Proverbs]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N03404EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of an apostatizing people to remember from whence they are fallen, and repent, and do their first works. A sermon preached before His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Honourable His Majesty's Council, and the Honourable House of Representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 25th. 1737. Being the anniversary for the election of His Majesty's Council for the province. / By Israel Loring, A.M. Pastor of a church in Sudbury.Loring, Israel, 1682-1772.N03405EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's fatherly care of his covenant children; shewed and improved, in a sermon preached before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, on the day of their election at Hartford, May 13. 1736. / By Jonathan Marsh, A.M. Teacher of a church in Windsor. ; Printed by order of the General Assembly.Marsh, Jonathan, 1685-1747.N03407EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A faithful narrative of God's gracious dealings with a person lately recovered from the dangerous errors of Arminius. [Six lines of Scripture texts]Moodey, Samuel, 1676-1747.N03417EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The usefulness and expedience of souldiers as discovered by reason and experience, and countenanced and supported by the Gospel. A sermon preached to an artillery-company at Guilford, May 25. 1736, on the day of their first choosing their officers. And now made publick at their earnest desire and charge. / By Thomas Ruggles, A.M. Pastor of the First Church there.Ruggles, Thomas, 1704-1770.N03435EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preach'd on the 25th of December, being the nativity of our Saviour. By the author of The life of God in the soul of man.Scougal, Henry, 1650-1678.N03437EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
When the godly cease, and faithful fail; we must seek to God for help. A sermon preach'd at Cambridge, upon the death of the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Wadsworth, president of Harvard College. Who deceas'd, March 16th. 1736,7. Aetatis suae 68. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N03438EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A collection of psalms and hymns.Wesley, John, 1703-1791.N03444EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Martial wisdom recommended. A sermon preach'd at the desire of the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, June 6. 1737. Being the day of their election of officers. / By William Williams, M.A. Pastor of the church in Weston. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Williams, William, 1688-1760.N03447EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon preached on the occasion of the execution of Katherine Garrett, an Indian-servant, (who was condemned for the murder of her spurious child,) on May 3d. 1738. : To which is added some short account of her behaviour after her condemnation. : Together with her dying warning and exhortation. Left under her own hand. / By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the Church of Christ in N. London.Adams, Eliphalet, 1677-1753.N03450EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Lord Jesus Christ the only, and supream [sic] head of the church. A sermon, delivered, in publick, to the assembly of Ministers, at their anniversary convention, in Boston; which was followed with a collection for the propagation of the Gospel, June 1. 1738. / By John Barnard, A.M. Pastor of a church in Marblehead. ; [Two lines from Matthew]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N03453EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
On the death of the Queen. A poem. Inscribed to His Excellency Governour Belcher. / By the Reverend Mr. Byles. ; [Four lines in Latin]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N03457EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
After souls by death are separated from their bodies, they come to judgment. Asserted in a sermon deliver'd at Worcester, November 24th, 1737. Being the day of the execution of John Hamilton, alias Hugh Henderson. (With his confession and dying warning.) / By John Campbell, M.A. and Pastor of the church in Oxford, N.E. ; [Six lines of quotations]Campbell, John, 1691-1761.N03458EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ standing for an ensign of the people. A sermon preached at the Honourable and Ancient Artillery Company in Boston, June 5. 1738. Being the day of the finishing their first century. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; Published at the desire of many of the hearers. ; [One line from Exodus]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03459EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Our fathers God, the hope of posterity. Some serious thoughts on the foundation, rise and growth of the settlements in New England; with a view to the edification of the present, and the instruction, and admonition of future generations. A discourse delivered at Dedham, on the day of publick thanksgiving, Nov. 23. 1738. Upon the conclusion of the first century, since a church of Christ was gathered in that place. / By Samuel Dexter, V.D.M. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Dexter, Samuel, 1700-1755.N03464EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The reasonableness of nonconformity to the Church of England, in point of worship. A second defence of a sermon, preach'd at Newark, June 2. 1736. Intitled, The vanity of human institutions in the worship of God. Against the exceptions of Mr. John Beach, in his Appeal to the unprejudiced. : Done in the form of a dialogue, wherein Mr. Beach's arguments are all expressed in his own words. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. ; [Seventeen lines of quotations]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03465EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An essay, concerning silver and paper currencies more especially with regard to the British colonies in New-England.Douglass, William, 1691?-1752.N03466EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Discourses on various important subjects, nearly concerning the great affair of the soul's eternal salvation, viz. I. Justification by faith alone. II. Pressing into the Kingdom of God. III. Ruth's resolution. IV. The justice of God in the damnation of sinners. V. The excellency of Jesus Christ. : Delivered at Northampton, chiefly at the time of the late wonderful pouring out of the spirit of God there. / By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Northampton. ; [Three lines from Deuteronomy]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N03467EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Give Cesar his due. Or, The obligation that subjects are under to their civil rulers, as shewed in a sermon preach'd before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut at Hartford, May the 11th, 1738. The day for the election of the Honourable the governour, the deputy-governour, and the worshipful assistants. / By Jared Eliot, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Killingworth. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]Eliot, Jared, 1685-1763.N03469EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A faithful narrative of the wicked life and remarkable conversion of Patience Boston alias Samson; who was executed at York, in the County of York, July 24th. 1735. for the murder of Benjamin Trot of Falmouth in Casco Bay, a child of about eight years of age, whom she drowned in a well. : With a preface by the Reverend Messi. Samuel & Joseph Moody, Pastors of the churches in said town. : [Six lines of Scripture texts]Boston, Patience, 1711-1735.N03473EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Well-accomplish'd soldiers, a glory to their king, and defence to their country. A sermon preach'd at Hingham, on a training-day there, May 10. 1738. In the audience of four military companies; and now published, at the desire of their officers. / By Ebenezer Gay. V.D.M. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Gay, Ebenezer, 1696-1787.N03476EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An apology for the liberties of the churches in New England: to which is prefix'd, a discourse concerning congregational churches. / By Samuel Mather, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston, New England. ; [Nineteen lines of quotations]Mather, Samuel, 1706-1785.N03500EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Zebulun advised. Serious and suitable counsels for them that go to sea, and for all that mind the good of their souls. Delivered, March 7th. 1735,6. / By a minister of the Gospel. ; [Two lines from I. Chronicles]Parkman, Ebenezer, 1703-1782.N03515EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sermons on several subjects. Preach'd at the Presbyterian Church in the city of New-York. / By E. Pemberton.Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1705-1777.N03517EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A funeral sermon on the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Williams, who deceased Tuesday January 10. 1737,8. Aetatis 63. Delivered at the South-Church in Boston, on the Lord's Day after. / By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the same church. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Prince, Thomas, 1687-1758.N03526EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The government of Christ considered and applied. A sermon preached at Boston, in the audience of His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; the Honourable His Majesty's Council; and the Honourable House of Representatives of the province of the Massachusetts. May 31. 1738. Being the anniversary for the election of His Majesty's Council for the province. / By John Webb, M.A. and Pastor of a church in Boston.Webb, John, 1687-1750.N03537EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A treatise concerning marriage: wherein the unlawfulness of mixt-marriages is laid open from the scriptures of truth: shewing that it is contrary to the will of God, and the practice of his people in former ages, and therefore of dangerous consequence, for persons of different judgments in matters of religious worship, to be joyned together in marriage. : Written for the information and benefit of Christian professors in general; and recommended more particularly to the youth of either sex amongst the people called Quakers. / By Moses West. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]West, Moses.N03538EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The serious consideration, that God will visit and judge men for sin, would be a happy means to keep them from it. A sermon preach'd at Cambridge, September 15th. 1738. On occasion of the execution of Philip Kennison, for the crime of burglary. / By William Williams, M.A. Pastor of the church in Weston. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts] ; With the confession of his faith.Williams, William, 1688-1760.N03541EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ the eternal word, the only means of man's salvation; briefly asserted: submitted to the sober perusal of all Christian professors. / By Charles Woolverton. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]Woolverton, Charles.N03542EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter to the freeholders and other inhabitants of the Massachusetts-Bay, relating to their approaching election of Representatives. [Seven lines of quotation]Americanus.N03547EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Whatsoever God doeth is well done. A discourse deliver'd at New-Salem, May 20th, 1739. Being the next Sabbath after the funeral of Mrs. Anna Lovett, consort of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Lovett, Pastor of the church of Christ in that place. : And now publish'd at the desire & expence of that parish. / By George Beckwith, M.A. Pastor of a church in Lyme. ; [Texts]Beckwith, George, 1703-1794.N03551EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An historical discourse on the civil and religious affairs of the Colony of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations in New-England in America. From the first settlement in 1638, to the end of the first century. / By John Callender, A.M. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Callender, John, 1706-1748.N03553EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The only compulsion proper to be made use of in the affairs of conscience and religion. A sermon preach'd at the Old Brick Meeting-House in Boston, September 2d 1739. And printed at the desire of many who heard it. / By Charles Chauncy, A.M. one of the Pastors of the First Church in said town. ; [Four lines from Tertullian]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03555EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The rulers highest dignity, and the people's truest glory. A sermon preach'd in the audience of His Excellency the governour, the Honourable His Majesty's Council, and the Honourable House of Representatives, of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, May 30th. 1739. Being the anniversary for the election of His Majesty's Council for the province. / By Peter Clark, A.M. and Pastor of a church in Salem.Clark, Peter, 1694-1768.N03556EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The unspeakable gift of God; a right charitable and bountiful spirit to the poor and needy members of Jesus Christ. : A sermon preached at the publick lecture in Boston, February 1. 1739. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; [Five lines of Scripture quotations]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03558EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The wither'd hand stretched forth at the command of Christ, and restored. A sermon preached at the lecture in Boston, May 17. 1739. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; [Four lines of Scripture quotations]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03559EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of schisms and contentions with respect to the ministry and ordinances of the Gospel, represented in a sermon preached at the meeting of the presbytery at Woodbridge, October 10th, 1739: and published at the desire of some of the ministers present. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth-Town in New-Jersey. ; [Seven lines from I. Corinthians]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03564EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A memorial of God's goodness. Being the substance of two sermons, preach'd in the First Church of Christ in Braintree, Sept. 16th. 1739. On compleating the first century since the gathering of it. / By John Hancock, M.A. their present Pastor. ; Printed at the earnest desire of the hearers; in remembrace of God's mercy. Together with some marginal illustrations. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts]Hancock, John, 1702-1744.N03572EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
War is lawful, and arms are to be proved. A sermon preached to the Ancient and Honourable Artillery Company, on June 4. 1739. The anniversary day for electing their officers, at Boston, New England. / By Samuel Mather, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Six lines of quotations]Mather, Samuel, 1706-1785.N03592EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The gospel way of escaping the doleful state of the damned: with a representation of their more aggravated misery, who go to hell from under the Gospel. : Being the substance of several sermons, preached at York, in the province of Main [sic]. / By Samuel Moody, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ there.Moodey, Samuel, 1676-1747.N03593EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Children well imployed, and, Jesus much delighted: or, The hosannahs of Zion's children, highly pleasing to Zion's King: a plain discourse lately preach'd to the children of the South-Parish in Andover: : and now dedicated to their use: / by Samuel Phillips, M.A. and V.D.M. ; Published at the desire of many of his hearers, both parents and children. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Phillips, Samuel, 1690-1771.N03610EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The art of preaching, in imitation of Horace's Art of poetry.Dodsley, Robert, 1703-1764.N03618EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The almost Christian. A sermon preach'd to a numerous audience in England. / By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke-College, Oxford. ; To which is added, a poem on his design for Georgia.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03637EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christmas well kept, and the Twelve Days well spent.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03638EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty and interest of early piety set forth in a sermon from Eccl xii, i. / By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembrooke-College, Oxford.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03639EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon on self-denial, preach'd to a numerous audience in England. / By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke-College, Oxford.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03640EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great duty of family religion. A sermon preach'd to a numerous audience in England. / By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke-College, Oxford.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03641EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The indwelling of the Spirit, the common privilege of all believers. A sermon preach'd in in the parish-church of Bexly in Kent, on Whitsunday, 1739. From John vii. 37, 38, 39. / By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembrooke-College [sic], Oxford. ; Published at the request of the vicar and many of the hearers.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03642EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A journal of a voyage from Gibralter to Georgia. By Geo. Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke-College, Oxford. ; Containing many curious observations, and edifying reflections, on the several occurrences that happen'd in the voyage.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03643EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, to the religious societies lately form'd in England and Wales. Printed for the benefit of the Orphan House in Georgia.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03644EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Rev. Mr. Whitefield's answer. To the Bishop of London's last pastoral letter.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03645EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon on regeneration, preach'd to a numerous audience in England. / By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke-College, Oxford.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03647EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Religious education of children recommended, in a sermon preach'd in the church of Portsmouth December 27th 1739. Being the day appointed for the execution of Penelope Kenny. / By Arthur Browne, A.M. And missionary from the Society for Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. ; Published at the desire of the church wardens and vestry.Browne, Arthur, 1699-1773.N03659EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Affection on things above. A discourse delivered at the Thursday-lecture in Boston, December 11th 1740. / By Mather Byles, V.D.M. and Pastor to a church in Boston. ; [Three lines from Revelation]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N03661EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The glories of the Lord of Hosts, and the fortitude of the religious hero. A sermon preached to the Ancient and Honourable Artillery Company June 2. 1740. Being the anniversary of their election of officers. / By Mather Byles, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Five lines from II Kings]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N03662EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The duty of all Christians, urged, in a discourse on I Cor. XV. 58. delivered in a congregation at Newport, on Rhode-Island. / By Nathaniel Clap. ; [Four lines from I. Thessalonians]Clap, Nathaniel, 1669-1745.N03667EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A humble discourse of the incomprehensibleness of God. In four sermons, preached at the lecture in Boston. 1714. / By Benjamin Colman, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; With a preface by the Reverend Mr. Pemberton.Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03669EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Souls flying to Jesus Christ pleasant and admirable to behold. A sermon preach'd at the opening an evening-lecture in Brattle-Street Boston, Tuesday October 21. 1740. / By Dr. Colman. ; To a very crowded audience. ; And printed at the desire of many. ; [Four lines of quotations]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03670EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctrine of predestination unto life, explained and vindicated: in four sermons, preach'd to the Church of Christ, meeting in Brattle-Street, and publish'd at their general desire: with some additional passages and quotations. / By William Cooper, one of the pastors of said church. ; With a preface by the senior Pastors of the town. ; [Ten lines of Latin quotation from Zanch]Cooper, William, 1694-1743.N03677EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The honours of Christ demanded of the magistrate. A sermon preach'd in the audience of His Excellency the governour, the honourable the Council and Representatives, of the province of Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, May 28. 1740. The day for the election of His Majesty's Council there. / By William Cooper, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines from John]Cooper, William, 1694-1743.N03678EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Faith absolutely necessary, but not sufficient to salvation without good works. In two sermons, preached at Christ-Church in Philadelphia, April 20, 1740. / By Archibald Cummings, M.A. commisary [sic] to the Bishop of London, &c. ; Published in their own vindication, from the false and rash reflections of the famous Mr. Whitefield. ; [Four lines in Latin from St. Cyprian]Cummings, Archibald, d. 1741.N03679EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A call to the weary & heavy laden to come unto Christ for rest. A sermon preached at Connecticcut Farms in Elizabeth-Town, Dec. 23. 1739. : Published at the desire of the hearers. / By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth-Town in New-Jersey. ; [Six lines from Isaiah]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03681EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Observations on that terrible disease vulgarly called the throat-distemper. With advices as to the method of cure. : In a letter to a friend. / By J. Dickinson, A.M.Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03682EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The witness of the Spirit. A sermon preached at Newark in New-Jersey, May 7th. 1740. Wherein is distinctly shewn, in what way and manner the Spirit himself beareth witness to the adoption of the children of God. : On occasion of a wonderful progress of converting grace in those parts. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth Town in New-Jersey. ; [Three lines from Galatians]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03683EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some seasonable thoughts on evangelic preaching; its nature, usefulness, and obligation. A sermon deliver'd (in part) at the Old-Church-lecture in Boston, Thursday, Oct. 23. 1740. To a numerous audience. Occasion'd by the late visit, and uncommon labours, in daily and powerful preaching, of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield. --The brother, whose praise is in the Gospel, throughout all the churches. : Published at the general motion of the hearers. / By Thomas Foxcroft. ; [Ten lines from Watts]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N03686EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The favour of God the best security of a people and a concern to please him, urged; in a sermon delivered before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May the 8th, 1740. Being the day for electing the Honourable the governour, the deputy governour, and the worshipful assistants, there. / By Jacob Heminway, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in East Haven. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Heminway, Jacob, 1683-1754.N03694EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Two discourses: the first, Of preaching Christ; the second, Of particular and experimental preaching. / By the late Reverend Mr. John Jennings. ; With a preface by the Reverend Dr. Isaac Watts. ; To which is added, a letter concerning the most useful way of preaching; written in the German language by the late Reverend and celebrated Dr Augustus Hermannus Franck, professor of divinity in the University of Hall in Saxony, Pastor of a church, and director of the charitable foundations there. ; Translated into Latin by order of his son, the present professor Franck, and out of the Latin into English by David Jennings.Jennings, John, d. 1723.N03701EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter from a country gentleman at Boston, to his friends in the country.N03706EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A True and faithful narrative of the proceedings of the House of Burgesses of North Carolina, met in Assembly for the said province at Newbern, Feburary [sic] 5th 1739. On the articles of complaint exhibited before them against the Honourable William Smith, Esq; chief justice of the said province, for high crimes and misdemeanors done and committed by the said William Smith in the execution of his office. : Published for the justification of the gentlemen members of that House, who voted the said articles sufficiently proved for the said chief justice to be charged therewith. : Addressed to the freeholders of North-Carolina. : [Three lines from Proverbs]N03738EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter relating to a medium of trade, in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay.Philopolites.N03740EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Querists, or An extract of sundry passages taken out of Mr. Whitefield's printed sermons, journals and letters: together with some scruples propos'd in proper queries raised on each remark. By some church-members of the Presbyterian persuasion. ; [Two lines of quotations]N03741EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Querists, the Rev. Mr. Whitefield's answer, the Rev. Mr. Garden's letters, &c.N03743EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A short history of a long journey, it being some account of the life of Iosiah Quinby, untill he came to enter into the 48th year of his age, with remarks and reflections upon his own past actions.Quinby, Josiah, b. 1693.N03744EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Poems on several occasions, by Aquila Rose: ; to which is prefixed, some other pieces writ to him, and to his memory after his decease. ; Collected and published by his son Joseph Rose, of Philadelphia.Rose, Aquila, 1695-1723.N03746EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Nineveh's repentance and deliverance. A sermon preach'd before His Excellency the governour the Honourable Council and Representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on a day of fasting and prayer in the Council chamber, Dec. 3. 1740. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Five lines from Jeremiah]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N03750EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The faith and prayer of a dying malefactor. A sermon preach'd December 27. 1739. On occasion of the execution of two criminals, namely Sarah Simpson and Penelope Kenny, and in the hearing of the former. / By William Shurtleff, A.M. Pastor of a church in Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. ; To which is annex'd a brief narrative concerning the said criminals: and a preface by the Reverend Mr. Fitch.Shurtleff, William, 1689-1747.N03751EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of an unconverted ministry, consider'd in a sermon on Mark VI. 34. Preached at Nottingham, in Pennsylvania, March 8. anno 1739,40. / By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. and Minister of the Gospel in New-Brunswick, New-Jersey. ; [Four lines from Jeremiah]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03758EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ's presence the glory of an house of publick worship. A sermon from Haggai ii. 9. Preached at Hartford December 30th, 1739. At the opening of a new meeting-house. / By Daniel Wadsworth, A.M. and Pastor of a church there. ; [One line from Isaiah]Wadsworth, Daniel, 1704-1747.N03766EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A brief and general account of the life of the Reverend Mr. Geo. Whitefield, from his birth, to his entering into holy orders. / Written by himself.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03771EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A journal of a voyage from London to Gibraltar. By George Whitefield, B.A. Of Pembroke-College, Oxford.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03776EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the journal of a voyage from Gibraltar to Savannah in Georgia. By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke-College, Oxford. ; Containing many curious observations, and edifying reflections, on the several occurrence [sic] that happened in the voyage.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03777EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal during the time he was detained in England, by the embargo. Vol. II.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03778EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal from a few days after his arrival at Georgia, to his second return thither from Pennsylvania.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03780EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Directions how to hear sermons, preach'd by the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, A.B. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03781EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The heinous sin of drunkenness. A sermon / preached by George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03782EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield from Georgia, to a friend in London, shewing the fundamental error of a book, entituled The whole duty of man.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03783EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield to a friend in London, shewing the fundamental error of the book, entitled, The whole duty of man.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03784EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley, in answer to his sermon, entituled Free grace. : [Two lines from Galatians]Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03787EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The necessity and benefits of religious society. A sermon from Eccles. iv. 9, 10, 11, 12. Two are better than one, &c. / By the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, A.B.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03788EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sermons on various subjects. By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II].Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03789EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An alarm to unconverted sinners. In a serious treatise: shewing I. What conversion is not, and correcting some mistakes about it. II. What conversion is, and wherein it consisteth. III. The necessity of conversion. IV. The marks of the unconverted. V. The miseries of the unconverted. VI. Directions for conversion. VII. Motions [i.e., Motives] to conversion. : Whereunto are annexed Divers practical cases of conscience judiciously resolv'd. / By Joseph Alleine, late Minister of the Gospel at Taunton, in Somersetshire.Alleine, Joseph, 1634-1668.N03796EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The flourish of the annual spring, improved in a sermon preached at the ancient Thursday lecture in Boston, May 3. 1739. / By Mather Byles, A.L.M. Pastor of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Numbers]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N03805EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The visit to Jesus by night. An evening lecture. / By Mr. Byles. ; [Four lines from John]Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.N03806EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Joy, the duty of survivors, on the death of pious friends and relatives. A funeral discourse on the death of Mrs. Lucy Waldo, the amiable consort of Mr. Samuel Waldo, merchant in Boston; who departed this life August 7th 1741, in the 38th year of her age. / By Charles Chauncy, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03808EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An unbridled tongue a sure evidence, that our religion is hypocritical and vain. A sermon preach'd at the Boston Thursday-lecture, September 10th. 1741. : And published at the desire of the hearers. / By Charles Chauncy, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03810EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Lord shall rejoice in his works. A sermon preach'd at the lecture in Boston, August 27. 1741. Before His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; captain-general and commander in chief, and in the audience of the General Court. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; [Two lines from Psalms]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03814EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Divine sovereignty in the salvation of sinners, consider'd and improv'd. In a sermon preach'd before the Eastern Association of Fairfield County, on a publick lecture in Danbury, July 29th. 1741. : Publish'd at the desire of the ministers associated, and others present. / By Samuel Cooke, M.A. Pastor of the church in Stratfield. ; [Three lines from Matthew]Cooke, Samuel, 1687-1747.N03817EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Advice to sinners under convictions, to prevent their miscarrying in conversion. To which is added, Some scruples of the tempted resolved. / By Samuel Corbin, M.A. ; [Six lines from Isaiah]Corbin, Samuel.N03820EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An answer to the Rev. Mr. Garden's three first letters to the Rev. Mr. Whitefield. With an appendix concerning Mr. Garden's treatment of Mr. Whitefield, &c. : [Four lines from Romans]Croswell, Andrew, 1709-1785.N03826EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The speech of Samuel Chew, Esq; chief justice of the government of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex upon Delaware: delivered from the bench to the grand-jury of the county of New-Castle, Nov. 21. 1741; and now published at their request.Chew, Samuel, 1693-1744.N03829EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The true Scripture-doctrine concerning some important points of Christian faith, particularly eternal election, original sin, grace in conversion, justification by faith, and the saints perseverence. Represented and apply'd in five discourses. / By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. Minister of the Gospel at Elisabeth-Town, N. Jersey. ; With a preface by Mr. Foxcroft.Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03830EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The distinguishing marks of a work of the spirit of God. Applied to that uncommon operation that has lately appeared on the minds of many of the people of this land: : with a particular consideration of the extraordinary circumstances with which this work is attended. : A discourse delivered at New-Haven, September 10th 1741. Being the day after the commencement; : and now published at the earnest desire of many ministers and other gentlemen that heard it; : with great enlargements. / By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ at Northampton. ; With a preface by the Rev. Mr. Cooper of Boston. ; [Three lines from John]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N03831EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The resort and remedy of those that are bereaved by the death of an eminent minister. A sermon preached at Hatfield, Sept. 2. 1741. Being the day of the interment of the Reverend Mr. William Williams, the aged and venerable pastor of that church. : And published at the united request of those Reverend and honoured gentlemen, the sons of the deceased. As also by the desire and at the expence of the town. / By Jonathan Edwards, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ at Northampton. ; [Two lines from James]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N03832EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Sinners in the hands of an angry God. A sermon preached at Enfield, July 8th 1741. At a time of great awakenings; and attended with remarkable impressions on many of the hearers. / By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Northampton. ; [Six lines from Amos]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N03833EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Christ triumphing, and Satan raging. A sermon on Matth. XII. 28. Wherein is proven, that the kingdom of God is come unto us at this day. First preached at Nottingham in Pensilvania, Jan. 20. 1740,1. : And now published for the common benefit. / By Samuel Finley, preacher of the Gospel. ; [Eight lines of quotations]Finley, Samuel, 1715-1766.N03835EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Take heed how ye hear. A sermon preached in the Parish Church of St. Philip Charles-Town, in South Carolina on Sunday the 13th of July, 1740. : With a preface, containing some remarks on Mr. Whitefield's journals. / By Alexander Garden M.A. Rector of the said Parish.Garden, Alexander, 1686-1756.N03840EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Youthful pleasures must be accounted for, at the Day of Judgment. A sermon on Ecclesiastes xi. 9. Preached (in part) at the Second Precinct in Wrentham, May 27. 1741. / By Elias Haven, M.A. Pastor of the church there. ; Published at the earnest desire of many of the hearers. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Haven, Elias, 1714-1754.N03844EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter to -- -- merchant in London, concerning a late combination in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, to impose or force a private-currency called land-bank-money.N03852EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Letter to the merchant in London, to whom is directed a printed letter relating to the manufactory undertaking, dated New England, Boston February 21st 1740,1.N03853EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To Robert Jordan, and others the Friends of the Yearly Meeting for business, now conven'd in Philadelphia. My Friends, It is with no small uneasiness that I find myself concerned to apply thus to this meeting ...Logan, James, 1674-1751.N03854EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A right to the Lord's Supper considered in a letter to a serious enquirer after truth. By a lover of the same.Mayhew, Experience, 1673-1758.N03867EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The nature and necessity of that humiliation, which the spirit of God works in the souls of those that are brought savingly to close with the Lord Jesus Christ, as offered in the Gospel. By James Nalton, late Minister of the Gospel in London. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Nalton, James, 1600-1662.N03869EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The door of salvation opened: or, A voice from heaven, to unregenerate sinners. Plainly shewing the necessity of opening your hearts to Christ; or else he will open Hell's mouth to devour you. With sweet invitations to come to him, that you might have life, and be hidden from the wrath of God, which is worse than death. : Together with the dreadful condition of the stubborn and hard-hearted sinners, dealing impartially with their souls, propounding blessing and cursing, life and death; salvation if you open to Christ; damnation if you refuse. / By Dr. Pede.Pead, Deuel, d. 1727.N03884EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A catalogue of books belonging to the Library Company of Philadelphia. [One line of quotation in Latin]Library Company of Philadelphia.N03890EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Soldiers counselled and encouraged. A sermon preached at the request, and in the audience of the Ancient and Honourable Artillery-Company in Boston, June 1st. 1741. Being the day of election of their officers. : And is now made publick at the desire of many who heard it; to whom is is humbly dedicated: / by Samuel Phillips, M.A. and Pastor of the South-Church in Andover. ; N.B. Several paragraphs under the doctrine, which, for brevity, were omitted in the preaching, are here inserted in their proper places.Phillips, Samuel, 1690-1771.N03891EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Querists, part III. Or, An extract of sundry passages taken out of Mr. G. Tennent's sermon preached at Nottingham, of the danger of an unconverted ministry. Together with some scruples propos'd in proper queries raised on each remark. By the same hands with the former. ; [Five lines of Scripture quotations]N03894EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Second letter to -- -- merchant in London, concerning a late combination in the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, to impose or force a private currency, called land-bank-money.N03901EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
All flesh is as grass; but the word of the Lord endureth forever. A sermon preached at the Thursday lecture in Boston, January 1st, 1740,1. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. Pastor to a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Three lines from Psalms]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N03903EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Holy Spirit convincing the world of sin, of righteousness, and of judgment, considered in four sermons: the two former delivered at the Tuesday-evening lecture in Brattle-Street, January 20th & March 3: the other at the Old-South Church in Boston, April 17 & 26, 1741. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. ; [Three lines from Romans]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N03904EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The obligations upon all Christians to desire and endeavour the salvation of others. A sermon preached September 18. 1741. On a monthly evening lecture, at the North Brick Church, in Middle-Street, Boston. / By William Shurtleff, A.M. Pastor of a church in Portsmouth. ; Publish'd at the desire of several ministers that heard it.Shurtleff, William, 1689-1747.N03906EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some account of the trial of Samuel Goodere, Esq; late commander of the Ruby man of war, Matthew Mahony, and Charles White. Who were tried on March 26, before the Right Worshipful Henry Combe, Esq; mayor of Bristol, and the Worshipful Michael Foster, Esq; serjeant at law, recorder of the said city, &c. For the murder of Sir John Dinely Goodere, bart. on board the Ruby, in King-Road, Bristol.Goodere, Samuel, 1687-1741.N03909EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A true and historical narrative of the colony of Georgia in America, from the first settlement thereof until this present period: containing the most authentick facts, matters and transactions therein; : together with His Majesty's Charter, representations of the people, letters, &c. and a dedication to His Excellency General Oglethorpe. / By Pat. Tailfer, M.D. Hugh Anderson, M.A. Da. Douglas, and others, land-holders in Georgia, at present in Charles-Town in South-Carolina. ; [Six lines in Latin from Horace]Tailfer, Patrick.N03913EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Remarks upon a protestation presented to the Synod of Philadelphia, June 1. 1741. By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. and Minister of the Gospel in New-Brunswick, New-Jersey. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03916EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees considered. In a sermon on Matth. V. 20. : Preach'd at the evening-lecture in Boston, January 27. 1740, 1. / By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. and Minister of the Gospel at New-Brunswick, in New-Jersey. ; [Three lines from Luke]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03917EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A discourse upon Christ's kingly-office. Preached at Nottingham, in Pensilvania [sic], Sept. 24th 1740. / By Gilbert Tennent, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at New-Brunswick in New-Jersey. ; [Five lines from Psalms]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03918EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A sermon upon justification: preached at New-Brunswick, on the Saturday before the dispensing of the Holy Sacrament, which was the first Sabbath in August, Anno 1740. / By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. and Minister of the Gospel in the place aforesaid. ; [Two lines from I Corinthians]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N03919EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The young people warned. Or, The voice of God to the young people in the late terrible judgment of the throat distemper. Considered in a sermon preached to the young people at East Guilford, August 5th, 1740. / By Jonathan Todd, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ. ; [Four lines from Zephaniah]Todd, Jonathan, 1713-1791.N03922EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Free grace. A sermon preached at Bristol. / By John Wesley, M.A. Fellow of Lincoln-College, Oxford.Wesley, John, 1703-1791.N03929EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The experiences of God's gracious dealing with Mrs. Elizabeth White. As they were written under her own hand, and found in her closet after her decease, December 5. 1669. ; [Two lines from Psalms]White, Elizabeth, d. 1669.N03930EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal, from a few days after his arrival at Savannah, June the fourth, to his leaving Stanford, the last town in New-England, October 29. 1740.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03932EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal from Savannah, June 25. 1740. to his arrival at Rhode-Island, his travels in the other governments of New-England, to his departure from Stanford for New-York.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03934EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal from his leaving New-England, October 1740. To his arrival at Falmouth in England.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03935EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal from his leaving Stanford in New-England, October 29th 1740. to his arrival at Falmouth in England, March 11. 1741. Containing, an account of the work of God at New-York, Pennsylvania, and South-Carolina.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03936EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal, from his arrival at Savannah, May 7. His stay there till July 25. From thence to Frederica, at which place he arriv'd August 8. His return to Savannah again August 16. His departure from thence to Charlestown, South Carolina. From which place he took his passage on board Capt. Coc, bound to England. : A particular account of his dangerous voyage, while he was nine weeks and three days upon the seas, provisions almost gone, the whole ship's crew in a perishing condition, till their arrival at Ireland, (having then but about half a pint of water) there they landed. From thence Mr. Whitefield travelled by land till he arriv'd in London. : With a preface, giving the reason, why he publishes a continuation of his journals.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03937EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Free grace indeed! A letter to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley, relating to his sermon against absolute election; published under the title of Free grace.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03939EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, to some church members of the Presbyterian persuasion, in answer to certain scruples and queries relating to some passages in his printed sermons and other writings. : To which is added, two letters from Nathanael Love-Truth, to the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, containing some exceptions to his 'foresaid letter.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03941EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
What think ye of Christ? A sermon / preached by the Rev. George Whitefield, on Kennington-Common, after he was refused the use of all the churches.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N03943EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A choice drop of honey, from the rock Christ. Or, A short word of advice to all Christians, of what perswasion soever, in order to a thorough reformation. By T.W. Late preacher of the Gospel.T. W. (Thomas Wilcox), 1622-1687.N03945EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The united endeavours and earnest prayers of ministers and people, to promote the great design of the ministry. Recommended in a sermon preach'd at Deerfield, Nov. 25. 1741. Upon the gathering a church for Fall-Town, and the ordination of Mr. John Norton, a pastor to the church there. / By Jonathan Ashley, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Deerfield. ; To which is added, the charge given by the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Doolittle. ; And a right hand of fellowship, by the Reverend Mr. Joseph Ashley. ; [Three lines from Daniel]Ashley, Jonathan, 1712-1780.N03958EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A zeal for good works excited and directed; in a sermon at the publick Thursday lecture, in Boston, March 25th 1742. : Printed at the general desire of the hearers. / By John Barnard, A.M. Pastor of a church in Marblehead. ; [Three lines from Galatians]Barnard, John, 1681-1770.N03960EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The doctrine of predestination truly and fairly stated: confirmed from clear Scripture-evidence, and defended against all the material arguments and objections advanced against it. / By Samuel Blair, late Minister of the Gospel at Shrewsbury in New-Jersey, now at London-derry in Pennsylvania.Blair, Samuel, 1712-1751.N03969EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The advantages of early religion. A sermon preached at Newport on Rhode-Island. To a society of young men on the Lord's-Day evening, Jan. 3d. 1741,2. / By John Callender. ; [Two lines from Titus]Callender, John, 1706-1748.N03977EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Enthusiasm described and caution'd against. A sermon preach'd at the Old Brick Meeting-House in Boston, the Lord's Day after the commencement, 1742. : With a letter to the Reverend Mr. James Davenport. / By Charles Chauncy, D.D. one of the Pastors of the First Church in said town. ; [Twenty lines from Luther]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03978EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The gifts of the spirit to ministers consider'd in their diversity; with the wise ends of their various distribution, and the good purposes it is adapted to serve. A sermon preach'd at the Boston Thursday-lecture, Decemb. 17. 1741. : And made publick at the desire of the hearers. / By Charles Chauncy, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston. ; [Two lines from Corinthians]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03979EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The out-pouring of the Holy Ghost. A sermon preach'd in Boston, May 13, 1742. On a day of prayer observed by the First Church there, to ask of God the effusion of his spirit. / By Charles Chauncy, A.M. Pastor of said church. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N03980EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great God has magnified his word to the children of men. A sermon preach'd at the lecture in Boston, April 29. 1742. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. ; Wherein his testimony is humbly given, for the great and wondrous work of God's grace manifest in many parts of the land, and also against some things which may dishonour and obstruct it. ; [Four lines from Peter]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N03982EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A display of God's special grace. In a familiar dialogue between a minister & a gentleman of his congregation, about the work of God, in the conviction and conversion of sinners, so remarkably of late begun and going on in these American parts. : Wherein the objections against some uncommon appearances amongst us are distinctly consider'd, mistakes rectify'd, and the work itself particularly prov'd to be from the Holy Spirit. : With an addition, in a second conference, relating to sundry Antinomian principles, beginning to obtain in some places. : To which is prefixed an attestation, by several ministers of Boston.Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N03997EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Captives bound in chains, made free by Christ their surety: or, The misery of graceless sinners, and their recovery by Christ their Saviour. By T. Doolittel [sic]. ; [Three lines from Isaiah]Doolittle, Thomas, 1632?-1707.N03999EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Some thoughts concerning the present revival of religion in New-England, and the way in which it ought to be acknowledged and promoted, humbly offered to the publick, in a treatise on that subject. : In five parts; Part I. Shewing that the work that has of late been going on in this land, is a glorious work of God. Part II. Shewing the obligations that all are under, to acknowlege [sic], rejoice in and promote this work, and the great danger of the contrary. Part III. Shewing in many instances, wherein the subjects, or zealous promoters, of this work have been injuriously blamed. Part IV. Shewing what things are to be corrected or avoided, in promoting this work, or in our behaviour under it. Part V. shewing positively what ought to be done to promote this work. / By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ at Northampton. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N04004EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The blessings of a soul in health and prospering to be supremely wish'd for. A sermon deliver'd (in part) at a family-meeting in private; Boston, Mar. 3. 1741,2. / By Thomas Foxcroft. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.N04018EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An account, shewing the progress of the colony of Georgia in America from it's [sic] first establishment. Published per order of the Honourable the Trustees.Martyn, Benjamin, 1699-1763.N04024EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Conference held at the fort at St. George's in the county of York, the fourth day of August, anno regni Regis Georgii Secundi, Magnae Britanniae, Franciae et Hiberniae, &c. decimo sexto, annoq; domini, 1742. Between His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; captain general and governour in chief in and over His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, and the chief sachems & captains of the Penobscott, Norridgewock, Pigwaket or Amiscogging or Saco, St. John's, Bescommonconty or Amerescogging and St. Francis tribes of Indians.N04036EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The spirits of the present day tried. A sermon at the Tuesday evening-lecture in Brattle-Street, Boston, Nov. 3, 1741. / By the Reverend Mr. David McGregere [i.e., McGregore], of Londonderry in New-England. ; With a preface by some ministers of Boston. ; [Two lines from I. Thessalonians]McGregore, David, 1710-1777.N04048EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Early piety; exemplified in Elizabeth Butcher of Boston: who was born July 14th, 1709. And died June 13th. 1718. Being just eight years and eleven months old.N04063EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
To the Reverend Mr. James Davenport on his departure from Boston, by way of a dream: with a line to the scoffers at religion, who make an ill improvement of his naming out our worthy minister. : To which is added, a postcript to the Rev. Mr. A--d--w C--w-ll. / By a female friend.Moorhead, Sarah Parsons.N04066EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The foundations, effects, and distinguishing properties of a good and bad hope of salvation; with motives to excite all to labour and pray that they may obtain a well-grounded hope, and some directions how to obtain it. Considered in a sermon, the substance of which was delivered at the evening-lecture at the New-North Church in Boston, on Tuesday June 8th 1742. : Where a copy of it was desired for the press. / By Oliver Peabody, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Natick. ; [Four lines of Scripture text]Peabody, Oliver, 1698-1752.N04080EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Charters of the province of Pensilvania and city of Philadelphia.N04084EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A Poem occasioned by the spreading in this province the result of a consociation in a neighbour government; being a private Christian's dissent from, and testimony aainst, that unscriptural and dangerous opinion which seems to prevail under the umbrage of that result, viz. That the minister of each town or parish has a power to license or forbid the preaching of the Gospel by any other than himself in the parish whereof his is minister---and this tho' (as the same result says) he be really an unconverted man.N04087EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The constitution and government of Harvard-College.Prince, Nathan, 1698-1748.N04088EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The first and great commandment, to love the Lord our God. A sermon preach'd at the Thursday-lecture in Boston January 28. 1741,2. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. Pastor to a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Four lines from Deuteronomy]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N04100EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
God's people must enquire of him to bestow the blessings promised in his word. A sermon preach'd February 26. 1741,2. On a day of prayer observed by the South Church and Congregation in Boston, to seek of God the more plentiful effusion of his Holy Spirit upon them and his people. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. one of the Pastors of said church. ; [Two lines from Luke]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N04101EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The second commandment like to the first; Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thy self. A sermon preach'd at the Thursday lecture in Boston, May 6. 1742. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. Pastor to a church of Christ in Boston. ; [Eight lines from Romans]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N04102EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The thirsty invited to come and take the waters of life freely. A sermon preached on the Friday evening-lecture at the South Meeting-House in Boston, March 5. 1741,2. / By Joseph Sewall, D.D. ; [Four lines from Isaiah]Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.N04103EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The sound believer. A treatise of evangelical conversion. Discovering the work of Christ's spirit, in reconciling of a sinner to God. / By Thomas Shepard, sometime of Emanuel-College in Cambridge, since preacher of God's word in New-England. ; [One line from Matthew]Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649.N04105EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Smith's animadversions upon, and refutations of sundry gross errors, mistakes and blunders, contained in a certain pamphlet handed about in this government, in the form of a sermon or speech. [Ten lines of quotation]Smith.N04106EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The compleat housewife: or, Accomplish'd gentlewoman's companion: being a collection of several hundred of the most approved receipts, in cookery, pastry, confectionary, preserving, pickles, cakes, creams, jellies, made wines, cordials. And also bills of fare for every month in the year. : To which is added, a collection of near two hundred family receipts of medicines; viz. drinks, syrups, salves, ointments, and many other things of sovereign and approved efficacy in most distempers, pains, aches, wounds, sores, &c. never before made publick in these parts; fit either for private families, or such publick-spirited gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor neighbors. / By E. Smith.Smith, E. (Eliza), d. ca. 1732.N04107EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A prospect of the city of Jerusalem, in it's spiritual building, beauty and glory. Shewed in a sermon preach'd at Hartford in His Majesty's colony of Connecticut, May 13th, 1742, being the anniversary day for electing the Honourable the governour, the deputy-governour, and the worshipful assistants there. / By Isaac Stiles, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in North Haven. ; [Four lines from Psalms]Stiles, Isaac, 1697-1760.N04110EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of an unconverted ministry, considered in a sermon on Mark VI. 34. / By Gilbert Tennent, A.M. and Minister of the Gospel in New-Brunswick, New-Jersey. ; [Four lines from Jeremiah]Tennent, Gilbert, 1703-1764.N04113EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The prodigal son. A lecture, preached on Fryday [sic] afternoon, September 11th 1741. in the High-Church-Yard of Glasgow, upon Luke XV. / By the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, taken from his own mouth, and published at the earnest desire of many of the hearers. ; Note. the substance of the following lecture was delivered on the Common in Boston, Sept. 27. 1740.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N04131EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The Lord our righteousness. A sermon preached on Fryday [sic] forenoon, September 11th 1741. In the High-Church-Yard of Glasgow, upon Jer. xxxiii. 16. / By the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, taken from his own mouth, and published at the earnest desire of many of the hearers. And since revised and corrected. ; Note. The substance of the following sermon was delivered at the Old S. Church in Boston, Octob. 1740.Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.N04133EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The clearest and surest marks of our being so led by the spirit of God, as to demonstrate that we are the children of God. Set forth in several discourses from Romans VIII. xiv. : Part of which was delivered at the Thursday-lecture in Boston, January 13. 1742,3. / By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Appleton, Nathaniel, 1693-1784.N04153EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great concern of Christ for the salvation of sinners, and the duty of his ministers earnestly to perswade men into his kingdom: considered in a sermon preach'd at New-Salem, December 15. 1742. On occasion of the gathering of a church there, and the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Samuel Kendall to be their pastor. / By Jonathan Ashley, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Deerfield. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]Ashley, Jonathan, 1712-1780.N04155EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Tyranny and slavery in matters of religion, caution'd against; and true humility recommended to ministers and people. A sermon preach'd at the ordination of Mr. Edward Barnard, to the pastoral care of the First Church in Haverhill. April 27. 1743. / By Thomas Barnard, A.M. Pastor of a church in Newbury. ; [Two lines from 2 Corinthians]Barnard, Thomas, 1716-1776.N04161EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A perswasive to repentance. A sermon preached at Philadelphia, anno 1739. : At the usual evening-lecture before the synod. / By Samuel Blair, Minister of the Gospel of Christ. ; [Three lines from The Acts]Blair, Samuel, 1712-1751.N04169EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An account of the life and death of Mrs. Elizabeth Bury, who died, May the 11th 1720. Aged 76. Chiefly collected out of her own diary. ; Together with her elegy, by the Reverend Dr. Watts.Bury, Elizabeth, 1644-1720.N04177EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The late religious commotions in New-England considered. An answer to the Reverend Mr. Jonathan Edwards's sermon, entitled, The distinguishing marks of a work of the spirit of God, applied to that uncommon operation that has lately appeared on the minds of many of the people of this land. : In a letter to a friend. Together with a preface, containing an examination of the Rev. Mr. William Cooper's preface to Mr. Edwards's sermon. / By a lover of truth and peace.Rand, William, 1700-1779.N04181EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England, a treatise in five parts. I. Faithfully pointing out the things of a bad and dangerous tendency, in the late, and present, religious appearance, in the land. II. Representing the obligations which lie upon the pastors of these churches in particular, and upon all in general, to use their endeavours to suppress prevailing disorders; with the great danger of a neglect in so important a matter. III. Opening, in many instances, wherein the discouragers of irregularities have been injuriously treated. IV. Shewing what ought to be corrected, or avoided, in testifying against the evil things of the present day. V. Directing our thot's more positively, to what may be judged the best expedients, to promote pure and undefiled religion in these times. : With a preface giving an account of the Antinomians, Familists and Libertines, who infected these churches, above an hundred years ago: very needful for these days; the like spirit, and errors, prevailing now as did then. The whole being intended, and calculated, to serve the interest of Christ's kingdom. / By Charles Chauncy. D.D. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston.Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.N04182EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The glory of God in the firmament of his power. A sermon preach'd in Boston to the congregation in Brattle-Street, on the Lord's-Day, October 31st. 1742. / By Benjamin Colman, D.D. a Pastor of said Church. ; [Three lines of Latin quotation]Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.N04184EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A defence of the dialogue intitled, A display of God's special grace. Against the exceptions made to it by the Rev. Mr. A. Crosswell. In a letter to him from the author of that book. : [Three lines from Galatians]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N04188EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The nature and necessity of regeneration, considered in a sermon from John III. 3. Preached at Newark, in New Jersey, Jan. 19, 1742,3. at the meeting of the Presbytery there. : To which is added, some remarks on a discourse of Dr. Waterland's, entituled, Regeneration stated and explain'd, according to Scripture and antiquity. / By Jonathan Dickinson, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Elizabeth-Town, New-Jersey. ; [Two lines from Revelations]Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.N04190EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
An enquiry into enthusiasm, being an account what it is, the original, progress, and effects of it. / By Benjamin Doolittle, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Northfield. ; [Two lines from Jeremiah]Doolittle, Benjamin, 1695-1749.N04192EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The great concern of a watchman for souls, appearing in the duty he has to do, and the account he has to give, represented & improved, in a sermon preach'd at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Jonathan Judd, to the pastoral office over the Church of Christ, in the new precinct at Northampton, June 8. 1743. / By Jonathan Edwards, M.A. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Northampton. ; [Four lines from Ezra]Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758.N04195EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Religion is the life of God's people: a sermon preach'd at Boston, in the presence of His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; governour and commander in chief in and over His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England; and the Honourable His Majesty's Council, and the Honourable House of Representatives, of the province aforesaid, May 25th. 1743. Being the day for the election of His Majesty's Council. / By Nathanael Eells, V.D.M. and Pastor of the Second Church in Scituate. ; [Two lines of Scripture texts]Eells, Nathanael, 1677-1750.N04196EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The fulfilling of the Scripture. Or An essay shewing the exact accomplishment of the word of God, in his works performed and to be performed. For confirming of believers, and convincing atheists of the present time: containing some rare histories of the works and servants of God in the Church of Scotland. / By the Reverend Mr. Robert Fleming, late Pastor of a church in Rotterdam. ; With a preface by Mr. Foxcroft, Pastor to the First Church in Boston. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]Fleming, Robert, 1630-1694.N04206EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
Poor Richard, 1744. An almanack for the year of Christ 1744, ... Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of five hours west from London, but may without sensible error, serve all the adjacent places, even from Newfoundland to South-Carolina. / By Richard Saunders, philom.N04210EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
A proposal for promoting useful knowledge among the British plantations in America.Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.N04211EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The danger of an unqualified ministry, represented in a sermon, preached at Ashford, in the colony of Connecticut, Sept. 7th. 1743. And now printed at the earnest desire of the hearers. / By John Hancock, Pastor of the First Church in Braintree. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]Hancock, John, 1702-1744.N04217EvansfreeTCP Catalogue
The examiner, or Gilbert against Tennent. Containing a confutation of the Reverend Mr. Gilbert Tennent and his adherents: extracted chiefly from his own writings, and formed upon his own plan of comparing the Moravian principles, with the standar