Locus in Bibliotheca
Editionum Tempora et Loca
8 K 42
A replie against an answer (falslie intitled) in defence of the truth. 8vo. ARCR II, 673; answers Thomas Cooper's 'An apologie of private masse' (1562).
4 T 3
A replie unto a certaine libell ... by Fa: Parsons ... intituled A manifestation of the great folly and bad spirit of certaine ... secular priestes. 4to. ARCR II, 139. Anon. Persons's 'Manifestation' appeared in 1602 (ARCR II, 631).
A reply made unto Mr Anthony Wotton and Mr John White ministers. By A.D. 4to. ARCR II, 599. Under A.D., i.e. John Percy, in Weldon. ARCR suggests St. Omer as the place of publication.
8 K 12-13
A reply to M. Nicholas Smith his discussion of some points of M. Doctour Kellison his Treatise of the hierarchie. 8vo. ARCR II, 468. Anon. Two copies.
A reply to Mr Warburton's Appendix, in his second volume of The divine legation of Moses. 8vo. Weldon copy in Toulouse Univ. Library.
8 K 17
A reply to Sotcliffes answer to the survey of the new religion. 8vo. ARCR II, 469; against Sutcliffe's 'The examination and confutation of a scurrilous treatise' (1606).
7 K 19.2
A reply to the answer of the catholique apology. 8vo. Anon. Clancy 180 (the date 1666 on tp must be a mistake since the book was a reply to Lloyd's 'The late apology', 1667. Wing C 1246 suggests [London?], 1668. Copac suggests Paris.
6 I 3-5
A reply to the Defence of the Exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England. 4to. Clancy 560. Anon. Three copies. A reply to William Wake's 'Defence of the Exposition'.
A reproof to The rehearsal transposed. 8vo. Wing P 473. Anon. Listed in Books in Hell.
A restitution of decayed intelligence: in antiquities. 4to. ARCR II, 766
6 I 27-28
A returne of untruthes upon M. Iewelles Replie. 4to. ARCR II, 732. Two copies.
10 M 90
A rule of good life ... tr. into English by R. Fa. Anthony Batt. 16mo. ARCR II, 48. ARCR gives this as a suppositious work of Saint Bernard.
A rule of good life. Tr. Anthony Batt. 16mo. ARCR II, 48. Weldon does not give a date or place of publication, but it seems certain that the Douai ed. of 1633 is meant. The attribution to Bernardus is doubtful (see ARCR II).
6 I 35
A search made into matters of religion. 4to. ARCR II, 785. ARCR suggests St. Omer as the place of publication.
3 & 33
A second vindication of the reasonableness of christianity: as deliver'd in the scriptures. 8vo. 5th ed.
4 M 26
A serious call to a devout and holy life. Adapted to the state and condition of all orders of christians. 8vo. 2nd ed. Listed in Books in Hell.
14 M 54.1
A sermon preach'd before the King at White-Hall, Jan. 30. 1674/5: At the anniversary commemoration of the martyrdom of King Charles I. 4to. Wing S 5782
1 Y 1
A sermon preached at Christ-Church in Dublin ... fifth day of July, 1674. 8vo. Wing S 393
3 & 94-96
A short and easy method of prayer. Translated from the French. 8vo. Anon. Weldon does not give bibliographical data, just mentions that there are three copies of this work, 94, 95, 96. The earliest ed. traced is London 1704.
2 K 22
A short and easy method with the deists ... and with the jews. 8vo. 3rd ed. Not traced. There are numerous eds of this work.
9 K 3
A short and plain way to the faith and church. Ed. John Huddleston. 4to. Clancy 520. There is also a London, 1688, 16mo ed. (Clancy 521).
8 R 51
A short and true account of the material passages in the first war between the English and Dutch, since his majesties restauration. 8vo. 2nd ed. Wing C 1248
5 P 15-17
A short introduction of grammar ... the latine tongue. 8vo. Wing L 2279. Anon. Three copies.
4 P 45.3
A short introduction of grammar. 16mo.
11 P 43-44
A short introduction of grammar. 8vo. Two copies.
4 P 16-17
A short introduction of grammar. 8vo. Wing L 2284A. Two copies.
4 P 18
A short introduction of grammar. 8vo. Wing L 2302A
10 M 88
A short rule of good life. 24mo. ARCR II, 676, of which apparently no copy is extant. ARCR takes over the description from Gillow's Dictionary. Anon.
8 K 61
A short treatise of the church militant under episcopal government. 12mo. Clancy 208
10 M 78
A short treatise of the quiet of the soul: how necessary a thing it is, and how it may be attained. 12mo. Clancy 113.5. On the title-page the author's name is given as John de Bovilla. Not in Wing. This is Augustine Baker's translation.
A short treatise touching the confraternity of the scapular of St. Benedicts order. 12mo. ARCR II, 44. Anon. Two copies.
5 I 8
A sovereign remedy against atheism and heresy. 4to. Clancy 24.3
3 Q 2.1
A Spanish grammar. This and the following four works (all under 3 Q 2) are part of a collection of publications in one binding. The most likely candidates for this work are: Richard Percyval, 'A Spanish grammar' (London, 1599); CÚsar Oudin, 'A grammar Spanish and English' (London, 1622), and 'A new Spanish grammar' (London, 1725 and 1739).
A sparing discoverie of our English Jesuits, and of Fa. Parsons proceedings under pretence of promoting the catholike faith in England. 4to. ARCR II, 38; ARCR has n.p. 1601. Anon.
2 K 36
A specimen of the spirit of the dissenting teachers in their sermons at Salters-Hall. 12mo. BKS 661 or 662; under Philalethes, one of Challoner's pseudonyms, in Weldon.
13 M 50
A spiritual doctrine, conteining a rule to live well. 8vo. ARCR II, 345
10 M 49
A spiritual exercise according to the custome of Windesem. An. 1400. 12mo. Clancy 778. Anon. Clancy gives Thomas Carre (Miles Pinckney) as the translator. Wing has 1657 and files the work under the title.
5 I 46
A summarie of controversies: wherein the chiefest points of the holy catholike romane faith are ... proved. 8vo. ARCR II, 769. Under William Wright in STC but this is an erroneous attribution.
6 I 13
A survey of the new religion, detecting manie grosse absurdities. 4to. ARCR II, 473
1 W 19
A table collected of the yeares of our Lord God and of the yeares of the kings of England. 8vo. STC 20739. Anon.
8 R 2
A table from the beginning of the world to this day. 8vo. STC 18074
3 & 42
A tale of a tub: written for the universal improvement of mankind. To which is added an account of the battel between the antient and modern books in St. James's library. 8vo. 3rd ed. Anon.
6 I 24
A temperate ward-word, to the turbulent and seditious watch-word of Sir Francis Hastinges knight. 4to. ARCR II, 637; on tp and in Weldon the author is given as N.D. ARCR suggests Antwerp as the place of publication.
A temperate ward-word, to the turbulent and seditious watch-word of Sir Francis Hastinges knight. 4to. ARCR II, 637; on title-page and in Weldon the author is given as N.D. i.e. Doleman, the pseudonym of Robert Persons. ARCR suggests Antwerp as the place of publication.
6 R 47
A tongue-combat, lately happening betweene two English souldiers in the tilt-boat of Gravesend, the one going to serve the king of Spaine, the other to serve the states generall of the United Provinces. 4to. STC 13264.8. Anon. In fact published in Holland.
9 O 24
A treatise concerning eternal and immutable morality. 8vo. With a preface by Edward Chandler, bishop of Durham.
6 O 33
A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge. 8vo.
A treatise concerning the state of departed souls. 8vo.
7 K 29
A treatise conteyning the true catholike and apostolike faith of the holy sacrifice and sacrament ordeyned by Christ at his last supper. 8vo. ARCR II, 669
8 K 43-44
A treatise intitled Beware of M. Iewel. 8vo. 2 vols. ARCR II, 674 and 675. Weldon has 1656 but this is clearly a mistake for 1566.
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