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Casaubon, Meric (1599-1671)
The question to whom it belonged anciently to preach and whether all priests might or did discussed out of antiquity : as also, what preaching is, properly (London : Timothy Garthwait ..., 1663)
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Of the necessity of reformation in, and before Luther's time and what (visibly) hath most hindred the progress of it : occasioned by some late virulent books written by Papists, but especially, by that intituled, Labyrinthus Cantuariensis : here besides some other points, the grand business of these times, infallibility, is fully discussed (London : A. Maxwel for Timothy Garthwait ..., 1664)
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Merici Casauboni Is. F. vindicatio patris, adversus impostores, qui librum ineptum, et impium, de origine idololatriæ etc. Nuper sub Isaaci Casauboni nomine publicârunt (Apud Bonhamum Nortonium, & Ioannem Billium typographos regios, 1624)
GB 8/29
A treatise proving spirits, witches, and supernatural operations, by pregnant instances and evidences together with other things worthy of note (London : Brabazon Aylmer ..., 1672)
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A treatise of vse and custome. (London : I[ohn] L[egat], 1638)
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A treatise concerning enthusiasme, as it is an effect of nature, but is mistaken by many for either divine inspiration, or diabolical possession by Meric Casaubon ... (London : R.D. and are to be sold by Tho. Johnson ..., 1655)
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A King and his subjects unhappily fallen out, and happily reconciled being the substance of a sermon with very little alteration fitted for the present time : preached in the sermon-house belonging to the cathedral of Christ-Church Canterbury Jan. 15, 1643, upon Hos. 3,4,5 (London, 1660)
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Eccleston, Theodore (1651-1726)
Remarks Upon Tho. Andrews's Book: Miscalled, A Modest Enquiry; Wherein, Some of His Mistakes about the Doctrine of the People Called Quakers, are Considered (J. Sowle, in White-Hart-Court, in Gracious-Street, 1709)
GB 8/29
A tender farewell to my loving friends (1710)
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Echard, Laurence (c.1670-1730)
The Roman history from the building of the city to the perfect settlement of the empire by Augustus Caesar containing the space of 727 years : design'd as well for the understanding of the Roman authors as the Roman affairs (London : T. Hodgkin for M. Gillyflower ... and R. Parker ..., 1696)
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The Roman history : from the building of the city to the perfect settlement of the Empire ... (London : T. Hodgkin ... for M. Gillyflower ... and R. Parker ...)
Vol. 4 (1696)
IA 8/29
Vol. 3 (1696) IA 8/29
Vol. 2 (1696) IA 8/29
The history of England (London, 1720)
BSB 8/29
The gazetteer's, or, Newsman's interpreter being a geographical index of all the considerable cities, patriarchships, bishopricks, universities, dukedoms, earldoms, and such like, imperial and hance towns, ports, forts, castles &c. in Europe : shewing in what kingdoms, provinces, and counties they are in, to what Prince they are now subject, upon or nigh what rivers, bays, seas, mountains &c. they stand, their distances (in English miles) from several other places of note, with their longitude and latitude according to the best and approved maps : of special use for the true understanding of all modern histories of Europe as well as the present affairs ... (London : Tho. Salusbury, 1692)
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Flanders, or the Spanish Netherlands, most accurately described shewing the several provinces, their bounds, dimensions, rivers ... and a large and exact description of the cities and who they are at present subject to : with a large and useful index of the cities ... rivers &c. in such a manner as may serve for a geographical dictionary for these parts : extraordinary necessary for the right understanding of these parts, the present wars and encampment of the Confederate and French armies. (London : Tho. Salusbury ..., 1691)
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Dizionario geografico : ovvero descrizione di tutti i regni, provincie, città, patriarcati, vescovadi, forti, fortezze, cittadelle, ed altri luoghi considerabili delle quattro parti del mondo / trad. dall'inlglese nel francese, ed ultimamente dal francese nell'italiano (In Lugano : Nelle stampe de' Fratelli Agnelli Stampatori della Suprema Superiorità Elvetica, nelle Prefetture italiane, 1748)
e-rara 8/29
Dictionnaire géographique-portatif, ou descriptions des royaumes, provinces, villes, évêchés, duchés, comtés, marquisats, villes impériales, ports, forteresses et autres lieux considérables des quatre parties du monde / traduit de l'anglois, sur la treizième édition de Laurent Echard, avec des additions & des corrections considérables par ... Vosgien (Paris : les Libraires Associés, 1782)
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A most compleat compendium of geography, general and special describing all the empires, kingdoms and dominions in the whole world : shewing their bounds, situation, dimensions, ancient and modern names, history, government, religions, languages, commodities ... archbishopricks and universities : in a more plain and easie method, more compendious and (perhaps) more useful than any of this bigness : to which are added general rules for making a large geography, ... (London : Tho. Salusbury ..., 1691)
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A general ecclesiatical history from the nativity of our blessed Saviour to the first establishment of Christianity by humane laws : under the emperor Constantine the Great... With so much of the Jewish and Roman history as is necessary... To which is added, a large chronological table, vol. 2 (London : J. Tonson, 1710)
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