Locus in Bibliotheca
Authorum Nomina
Librorum Titulus
Editionum Tempora et Loca
& 73-74
William Nicholls
A conference with a theist ... with the addition of two conferences, the one with a machiavellian, the other with an atheist. 8vo. 3rd ed. 2 vols.  
London 1723
8 K 41
John Rastell
A confutation of a sermon pronounced by M. Iuell at Paules Crosse. 8vo. ARCR II, 671. ARCR gives Antwerp 1564.
n.p. n.d.
CA H
Thomas Hide
A consolatorie epistle to the afflicted catholikes. 12mo. ARCR II, 430. Imprint false, secretly printed at Greenstreet House, East Ham.
Louvain 1579
4 K 50
Leonardus Lessius
A consultation what faith and religion is best to be imbraced. 8vo. ARCR II, 866 (St. Omer, 1618) or 867 (St. Omer, 1621). Anon.
n.p. n.d.
10 M 77.2
Sylvester Jenks
A contrite and humble heart, with motives & considerations to prepare it. 12mo. 2nd ed. Clancy 544. Anon.
n.p. 1693
11 P 10
Francis Gouldman
A copious dictionary. 4to. Wing G 1443
London 1664
11 P 11
Francis Gouldman
A copious dictionary. 4to. 2nd ed. Wing G 1444
Cambridge 1669
11 P 12
Francis Gouldman
A copious dictionary. 4to. 3rd ed. Wing G 1445-1445A
Cambridge 1674
13 M 130
Arthur Crowther
A daily exercise of the devout christian. 8vo. 5th ed. Clancy 283. In Weldon under Thomas Vincent, the christian names of Sadler. This popular work with many eds was in fact written by Arthur Anselm Crowther and Thomas Vincent Sadler, two Benedictine monks.
London 1688
5 I 44
Stephen Gardiner
A declaration of such true articles as George Joye hath gone about to confute as false. 8vo. STC 11588-11589. STC gives [London, 1546] as place and date of publication.
n.p. n.d.
10 L 30
 
A declaration of the principall pointes of christian doctrine, gathered out of diverse catechismes. 12mo. The only ed. listed in Clancy is Clancy 312 (Paris 1647). Published by the English priests of Tournay College at Paris. Sources differ as to the right format. Wing has 4to, Clancy 12mo, Copac 8vo.
n.p. n.d.
11 M 57
 
A declaration of the principall pointes of christian doctrine, gathered out of diverse catechismes. 12mo. Published by the English priests of Tournay College at Paris; Clancy 312. Sources differ as to the format. Wing has 4to, Clancy 12mo, Copac 8vo.
Paris 1647
7 K 59
Edward Chandler
A defence of christianity from the prophecies of the old testament. 8vo. 3rd ed. Under Edw. Bp of C[oventry] & Litch[field] in Weldon.
London 1728
& 13-15
Defence
A defence of natural and revealed religion: a collection of sermons preached at the lectures founded by R. Boyle from 1691 to 1732. fol. 3 vols. Weldon mentions the names of Bentley, Kidder, Williams, Gastrell, Harris, Bradford, Blackhall and Stanhope.
London 1739
8 K 14
Matthew Wilson
A defence of Nicholas Smith against a reply to his discussion of some pointes taught by Mr. Doctour Kellison. 8vo. ARCR II, 819. Under A.B. in Weldon. ARCR identifies Matthew Wilson (alias Edward Knott and Nicholas Smith) and provides the date 1631.
Rouen n.d.
8 K 6
Robert Persons
A defence of the censure, given upon two bookes of William Charke and Meredith Hanmer mynysters, whiche they wrote against M. Edmond Campion. 8vo. ARCR II, 624. Anon.
n.p. 1582
4 A 38
Gilbert West
A defence of the christian revelation ... intituled, Observations on the history and evidences of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. 8vo.  
London 1748
& 65
Arthur Ashley Sykes
A defence of the Examination of Mr. Warburton's Account of the theocracy of the Jews. 8vo. Not traced. Copac lists a London 1746 ed.
London 1749
2 Z 3
William Wake
A defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England. 4to. Wing W 236. Anon.
London 1686
9 K 33
William Allen
A defense and declaration of the catholike churches doctrine touching purgatory, and prayers for the soules departed. 8vo. Anon. The only ed. in ARCR is ARCR II, 11 (Antwerp 1565).
n.p. n.d.
7 K 46
John Conybeare
A defense of revealed religion against the exceptions of a late writer. 4to. 3rd ed. A reply to Matthew Tindal's 'Christianity as old as the creation'.
London 1732
3 & 20
William Law
A demonstration of the gross and fundamental errors of a late book, called a plain account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. 8vo. 2nd ed. The 'Plain account' was by bishop Hoadly. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1738
LA D
Samuel Clarke
A description of the seaventeen provinces commonly called the Low Countries. 8vo. Wing C 4507. Anon. Wing gives London as the place of publication.
n.p. 1672
10 M 67
John Heigham
A devout exposition of the holie masse. 12mo. 2nd ed. ARCR II, 412
St. Omer 1622
10 M 43
Matthew Kellison
A devout paraphrase of the 50th psalm. 8vo. Wing K 239A. Clancy 566 is a Paris 1655 ed.
London 1655
Z 8
John Rawlet
A dialogue betwixt two protestants in answer to a popish catechism. 8vo. 3rd ed. Wing R 354. Anon. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1686
CA M
Thomas More
A dialogue of comfort against tribulation. 8vo. ARCR II, 553. Two copies.
Antwerp 1573
10 M 65
Pietro_da_Lucca
A dialogue of dying wel. First written in the Italian tongue by the reverend father Don Peeter of Luca. 8vo. ARCR II, 768. Anon. The book was originally written in Italian by Pietro da Lucca, translated into French and then into English by Richard Verstegan.
Antwerp 1603
8 P 22.2
Elisha Coles
A dictionary of English-Latin and Latin-English. There are a great many London eds from 1677 onwards. This item is placed between 8 P 9 and 8 P 10.
n.p. n.d.
7 P 37
Elisha Coles
A dictionary of English-Latin and Latin-English. 4to. Wing C 5068. In Weldon placed after 6 P 48.2
London 1677
7 P 37.2
Elisha Coles
A dictionary of English-Latin and Latin-English. 4to. 13th ed. In Weldon placed after 6 P 48.2
London 1736
1 P 12
Randle Cotgrave
A dictionary of the French and English tongues. fol. STC 5830
London 1611
1 P 13-16
Randle Cotgrave
A dictionary of the French and English tongues. Whereunto is annexed a dictionarie of the English set before the French. fol. STC 5831. Four copies. The part annexed was edited by R.S.L.
London 1632
5 R 2
 
A direction for the English traveller, by which he shall be inabled to coast about all England and Wales. 12mo. Wing D 1527. Wing suggests London as place of publication.
n.p. 1643
5 T 38
Samuel Bufford
A discourse against unequal marriages. 12mo. Wing B 5364. Anon.
London 1696
5 I 28
Kenelm Digby
A discourse concerning infallibility in religion. 12mo. Clancy 318
Paris 1652
14 M 3.1
William Sherlock
A discourse concerning the divine providence. 8vo. 8th ed.  
London 1737
14 M 4.1
William Sherlock
A discourse concerning the happiness of good men, and the punishment of the wicked, in the next world. 8vo. 5th ed.  
London 1735
2 & 7
Edward Stillingfleet
A discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome. 8vo. 3rd ed. Wing S 5579. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1672
Z 26
Samuel Parker
A discourse in vindication of Bp Bramhall. 8vo. Wing P 458A. Anon. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1673
Z 24
Samuel Parker
A discourse of ecclesiastical politie. 8vo. 3rd ed. Wing P 460. Anon. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1671
3 & 36
Anthony Collins
A discourse of freethinking. 8vo. Anon. The heading in Weldon is 'A second collection [of tracts and discourses]'. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1713
3 T 33
Philip Warwick
A discourse of government, as examined by reason, scripture and the law of the land. Ed. Thomas Smith. 8vo. Wing W 991
London 1694
3 T 7
Gerat Barry
A discourse of military discipline. fol. STC 1528
Brussels 1634
3 & 17
Anthony Collins
A discourse of the grounds and reasons of the christian religion. In two parts. 8vo. The second part is an examination of William Whiston's 'Essay towards restoring the true text of the Old Testament'. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1741
3 & 74
Gilbert Burnet
A discourse of the pastoral care. 8vo. 4th ed. Listed in Books in Hell.
London 1736
12 M 94
Edward Worsley
A discourse on miracles. 8vo. Clancy 1132. Under 'E.W.' and 'Miracles worked in the R.C. church' in Weldon. Clancy gives Antwerp as the place of publication.
n.p. 1676
4 K 48
Gregory Martin
A discovery of the manifold corruptions of the holy scriptures by the heretikes ... specially the English sectaries. 8vo. ARCR II, 514
Reims 1582
2 R 22
John Guillim
A display of heraldrie. Ed. Francis Nower. fol. 4th ed. Wing G 2219. Weldon copy in Bibl. Mazarine. Laurence Wolfe, monk of St Edmundís and a contemporary of Weldon, once owned this book.
London 1660
9 K 10-13
William Bishop
A disproofe of D. Abbots counterproofe against D. Bishops reproofe of the defence of M. Perkins reformed catholike. 8vo. Four copies. ARCR II, 56.5. Under 'W.B.P.' i.e. William Bishop, priest, in Weldon.
Paris 1614
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