Locus in Bibliotheca
Editionum Tempora et Loca
13 M 120
A memorial of a christian life. Tr. Richard Hopkins. 8vo. ARCR II, 439. Anon.
12 M 28
A memoriall of a christian life. Tr. Richard Hopkins. 8vo. ARCR II, 442 (under Hopkins, the translator).
St. Omer 1625
A memoriall of a christian life. Tr. Richard Hopkins. 8vo. ARCR II, 441
3 M 42
A method how to offer up mass, according to the four ends of this sacrifice. 12mo. Clancy 666
11 M 68
A mirrour for monkes. 12mo. Clancy 103
A missive of consolation: sent from Flanders, to the Catholikes of England. 8vo. Clancy 655. Anon.
4 I 27
A modest and true account of the chief points in controversy between the roman catholicks and the protestants. 8vo. BKS 1929 or 1930
Antwerp [i.e. London] 1705
8 K 11
A modest briefe discussion of some points taught by M. doctour Kellison in his Treatise of the ecclesiastical hierarchy. 8vo. ARCR II, 822. Nicholas Smith was the pseudonym of Matthew Wilson.
8 K 9-10
A modest briefe discussion of some points taught by M. doctour Kellison in his Treatise of the ecclesiastical hierarchy. 8vo. 2nd ed. ARCR II, 823 or 824. Two copies. Nicholas Smith was the pseudonym of Matthew Wilson.
5 K 22.2
A most excellent treatise of the begynning of heresyes in oure tyme. Tr. Richard Shacklock. 8vo. ARCR II, 699. Under Stanislaus Hosius in Weldon.
13 M 89
A most excellent way of hearing mass, with profit and devotion: containing the whole mass in Latine and English. 12mo. Clancy 582. Anon. Wing L 463A gives London as the place of publication. Weldon copy at Douai Abbey.
8 O 23
A most pleasant prospect into the garden of naturall contemplation, to behold the naturall causes of all kinde of meteors. 8vo. 3rd ed. STC 11441
3 & 4
A new account of the confusion of the tongues. 8vo. Under J.H. in Weldon. Listed in Books in Hell.
5 R 13
A new book of mapps. 12mo. Wing P 2998B
13 M 103-103.2
A new edition of the Introduction to a devout life. 12mo. Clancy 387. Two copies. Clancy suggests London.
13 M 141-142
A new edition of the Introduction to a devout life. 32mo. Clancy 385. Two copies. Weldon adds 'by the priests of Tournay Colledge'.
A new edition of the Introduction to a devout life. 32mo. Clancy 385. Weldon adds: ‘by ye Engl. Priests of Paris’.
5 T 14
A new general English dictionary ... a compendious English grammar ... spelling dictionary. 8vo. Weldon gives as date '174'. Copac lists eds of 1740, 1744, and 1748.
A niewe herball, or historie of plantes. Tr. out of French by Henry Lyte. fol. STC 6984
8 K 53
A notable discourse ... discussing who are the right ministers of the catholike church. 8vo. The only ed. in ARCR is ARCR II, 877 (Douai 1575).
2 Z 50
A paraphrase and annotations upon all St. Paul's epistles. 8vo. 3rd ed. In Weldon under 'several eminent men'. Written by A. Woodhead, O. Walker, and R. Allestree. Listed in Books in Hell.
5 A 61
A paraphrase and annotations upon the epistles of St. Paul. 8vo. Wing W 405A. Anon. Under Walker in Wing. Other contributors are Abraham Woodhead and Richard Allestree.
A paraphrase and notes on the epistles of St. Paul to the Galatians, I & II Corinthians, Romans, Ephesians. 4to. 2nd ed. Weldon copy in Bibl. Mazarine. Listed in Books in Hell.
2 Z 9
A philosophical inquiry concerning human liberty. 2nd ed. 8vo. Listed in Books in Hell.
3 & 86
A plain account of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper: in all its parts. 8vo. 4th ed. Anon. Listed in Books in Hell.
A plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke. fol. STC 18134
A plaine and familiar exposition of the ten commandements. 4to. STC 6971.7 Although the book is found in the list of anonymous books Weldon gives the names of the two authors. John Dod and Robert Cleaver produced a great many works together and separately. Weldon adds that this item also contains a 'Sermon to prepare protestants for the communion`. Perhaps this is part of STC 6944.7 'Ten sermons tending chiefely to the fitting of men for the Lords supper`, six of them by Dod and four by Cleaver
A plaine path-way to heaven ... The first parte from Advent Sondaie, unto Easter. 12mo. ARCR II, 435. Thomas Buckland was the alias of Thomas Hill. Weldon has 1624 but this must be a mistake for 1634.
A plaine path-way to heaven ... The second part, from Easter Sonday untill Advent Sonday. 12mo. ARCR II, 436. Thomas Buckland was the alias of Thomas Hill.
2 Y 4
A poetical rapsody containing, diverse sonnets, odes, elegies, madrigalls, and other poesies, both in rime, and measured verse. Neuer yet published. The bee and spider by a diuerse power, sucke hony & poyson from the selfe same flower. 12mo. STC 6375. Anon.
13 M 139
A practical catechism in fifty-two lessons: one for every Sunday in the year. With an appendix for particular states. 8vo. BKS 1303
14 M 2.1
A practical discourse concerning a future judgment. 8vo. 11th ed.
14 M 1.1
A practical discourse concerning death. 8vo. 23rd ed.
3 & 21
A practical treatise upon christian perfection. 8vo. 4th ed.
1 Z 2
A practicall catechisme. 4to. 2nd ed. Wing H 583. This work contains a number of other tracts, specified by Weldon. This combination of tracts is found in several copies listed in Copac. Listed in Books in Hell.
12 M 54
A preparation for death: or, the practice of dying well. Containing some profitable instructions for the worthy receiving of the last sacraments. 12mo. In Clancy (932.3) under Jean Suffren. Clancy states that William Hollenden or Ballantyne/Ballantine was the compiler.
2 Y 25
A preparation to the receiving of the sacrament. 12mo. 5th ed. STC 3511
A private letter of satisfaction ... concerning the sleep of the soul. 8vo. Wing H 465. Anon.
6 L 24
A profitable and necessarye doctryne with certayne homilies adioyned. 4to. STC 3281.5--3283.7 Weldon has Bonner 'Upon ye Creed, Sacraments & Commandements'.
A proper looking glasse for the daughters of Sion or St Augustines life abbridged. 12mo. Clancy 776 or 777. Miles or Thomas Carre was the pseudonym of Miles Pinckney.
10 M 47
A proper looking glasse for the daughters of Sion or St. Augustines life abbridged. 12mo. Clancy 776 or 777. In Weldon under Thomas Carre, the alias of Miles Pinckney.
6 I 31
A quiet and sober reckoning with M. Thomas Morton somewhat set in choler by his adversary P. R. 4to. ARCR II, 633. Under P. R. in Weldon. ARCR suggests St. Omer as the place of publication.
5 I 40-41
A rational compendious way to convince, without any dispute ... all persons ... dissenting from the true religion. 12mo. Clancy 573. Two copies. Under J.K. in Weldon. Wing gives [London] as the place of publication.
12 M 47
A rational discourse concerning prayer. 8vo. Clancy 820
2 Y 48
A rationale upon the book of Common-Prayer. 12mo. Wing S 4832. Listed in Books in Hell.
2 Y 14
A reformed catholike: or, a declaration shewing how neere wee may come to the present Church of Rome in sundry points of religion: and wherein we must for ever depart from them with an advertisement to all favourers of the romane religion. 8vo. STC 19739. Anon.
9 K 19
A refutation of M. Joseph Hall his apologeticall discourse for the marriage of ecclesiastical persons ... by C.E. 8vo. ARCR II, 142. Under C.E. in Weldon.
9 K 24-27
A refutation of sundry reprehensions, cavils and false sleightes by ... M. Whitaker. 8vo. Four copies. ARCR II, 668
12 M 37
A remonstrance of piety and innocence; containing the last devotions and protestations of several Roman-Catholicks condemned and executed on account of the plot. 12mo. Clancy 247. Anon.
8 S 47-47.2
A remonstrance of piety and innocence; containing the last devotions and protestations of several Roman-Catholicks condemned and executed on account of the plot. 12mo. Clancy 247. Anon. Two copies.
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