Locus in Bibliotheca
Editionum Tempora et Loca
5 T 32
Amilec, or the seeds of mankind. 12mo. A novel.
2 C 1
Amphilochii Iconiensis, Methodii Patarensis et Andreae Cretensis opera omnia ... Studio Franciscus Combefis [Greek and Latin]. fol. As the title states the other authors are Methodius Patarensis and Andreas Cretensis.
2 Z 27
Amphitheatrum aeternae providentiae divino-magicum. 8vo. Listed in Books in Hell.
3 & 37
Amyntor: or a defence of Milton's life. 8vo. Wing T 1760. Anon. Bound up with John Berkeley's 'Memoirs'.
10 M 95
An abridgment of christian doctrine. 12mo. Clancy 975. In Weldon under H.T.
7 K 22
An abridgment of christian doctrine. 16mo. Clancy 982
13 M 151
An abstract of the Douay catechism ... To which is added instructions for confirmation. 12mo. BKS 9
An account of the Jesuites life and doctrine. 8vo. Clancy 474. Under M.G. in Weldon. Clancy suggests London as place of publication.
6 I 36
An adjoynder to the supplement of father Robert Persons his discussion of M. doctor Barlowes answere. 4to. ARCR II, 278. ARCR gives the place of publication as St. Omer. Under F. T. in Weldon.
An admirable method to love, serve and honour the B. Virgin Mary. Tr. R. F. 12mo. ARCR II, 260 or 261; ARCR suggests Rouen as the place of publication.
6 I 16
An anker of christian doctrine. Parts 2, 3 and 4. 4to. ARCR II, 844. Anon.
8 K 62
An answer to a book entituled An account of the church catholike. By R.T. 12mo. Clancy 820.3. Under R.T. in Weldon.
2 Z 22
An answer to a challenge made by a Jesuit in Ireland. 4to. STC 24542. A reply to William Malone's 'The Jesuits challenge'. Listed in Books in Hell.
7 K 47-48
An answer to a late book intituled, Christianity as old as the creation. 8vo. 2nd. ed. 2 vols. The book in question is by Matthew Tindal.
3 & 35
An answer to a late pamphlet intitled, Christianity not founded on argument, three letters. 8vo. Under 'A collection of tracts and discourses' in Weldon. It is a reply to Henry Dodwell.
An answer to Doctor Pierce's sermon ... Feb. 1, 1662. 8vo. Wing S 3805. Wing gives 1663 as the year of publication. Weldon has (mistakenly) 1663 in the title. Under J. S. in Weldon. J. S. stands for Joseph Simons, the alias of Emmanuel Lobb.
1 Y 12
An answer to Monsieur de la Militiere his impertinent dedication of his imaginary triumph to the King of Great Britain, to invite him to embrace the Roman Catholick religion. 12mo. Wing B 4213
The Hague 1653
1 Z 18-19
An answer to Mr. Cressy's Epistle apologestical. 8vo. Wing S 5556. Two copies. Listed in Books in Hell.
3 & 73
An answer to several late treatises ... occasioned by a book entituled, A discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome. 8vo. Wing S 5559
9 K 21
An answer to Thomas Bels late challenge named by him The downfal of popery ... by S. R. 8vo. ARCR II, 703. In Weldon under S.R.
6 I 23
An answere to Maister Iuelles Chalenge. 4to. ARCR II, 371 (Louvain 1564) or 372 (Antwerp 1565).
8 K 40
An answere to Master Iuelles Chalenge. 8vo. ARCR II, 372
6 I 37
An answere to the fifth part of reportes lately set forth by Syr Edward Cooke ... concerning the ancient and moderne municipall lawes of England. 4to. Anon. ARCR II, 608. ARCR suggests St. Omer as the place of publication.
5 I 47
An antidote or treatise of thirty controversies. 12mo. ARCR II, 569 and 570 and STC give 1622 as the date of publication. Under S.N. in Weldon.
8 K 15-16
An apolagy [sic] of the Holy Sea apostolicks proceeding for the government of the catholicks of England. 8vo. ARCR II, 292. Two copies. Under Daniel of Jesus, the pseudonym of John Floyd, in Weldon.
4 T 8
An apologie and true declaration of the institution and endevours of the two English colleges, the one in Rome ... the other ... in Rhemes. 8vo. ARCR II, 6. Anon.
1 Y 26
An apology for Rushworth's Dialogues. 8vo. Clancy 1064
2 Z 4
An apology for the protestants. Being a full justification of their departure from the Church of Rome ... Done out of French. 4to. Wing A 3554. In Wing anon. In Weldon under the translator Roger L'Estrange. Listed in Books in Hell.
3 & 22
An appeal to all that doubt, or disbelieve the truths of the gospel: whether they be deists, arians, socinians or nominal christians. 8vo.
1 Y 21
An eccho to The voice from heaven. 8vo. Wing E 3457. Listed in Books in Hell.
6 I 15
An end to controversie between the roman catholique and the protestant religions. 4to. Clancy 83. Under T.B. in Weldon.
14 M 49.1
An enquiry into the nature and place of hell. 8vo. Not traced.There are many copies of the 1727 ed. in Copac. Perhaps a mistake in Weldon.
6 O 28-29
An enquiry into the nature of the human soul. 8vo. 2nd ed. 2 vols.
6 K 37
An epistle apologetical of S.C. 8vo. Clancy 260; a reply to Edward Hyde's 'Animadversions upon a book entitled Fanaticism'. Wing suggests London as the place of publication. In Weldon under S.C.
8 K 5
An epistle apologetical of S.C. 8vo. Clancy 260; a reply to Edward Hyde's 'Animadversions upon a book entitled Fanaticism'. Wing suggests London as place of publication.
8 K 59
An epistle declaratorie, or manifest, written by G.L. 4to. Clancy 594; Under G.L. in Weldon. Weldon adds to the above title 'Non plus sapere quam oportet sapere'. Clancy suggests Douai as place of publication.
7 K 17
An epistle of comfort to the reverend priests ... restrayned in durance for the catholicke faith. 8vo. ARCR II, 715. Anon.
An epistle of comfort to the reverend priests ... restrayned in durance for the catholycke faith. 8vo. ARCR II, 716. Under R.S. in Weldon. ARCR suggests St. Omer as place of publication.
5 I 26
An epistle to the author of the Animadversions upon Fiat Lux. 8vo. Clancy 160. Under J.V.C. in Weldon. John Owens was the author of the Animadversions (1662). Wing (C 428) suggests Douai.
9 R 44.2
An epitome of Mr. John Speed's theatre ... and of his prospect of the most famous part of the world. 8vo. Wing S 4879
An essay concerning humane understanding. fol. 3rd ed. Wing L 2741. Listed in Books in Hell.
5 T 5.2
An essay on the first book of ... De rerum natura. Tr. & ed. John Evelyn. 8vo. Wing L 3446. A verse translation.
6 O 31
An essay on the nature and conduct of the passions and affections. 8vo. 3rd ed.
6 O 26
An essay on the origin of evil. Tr. Edmund Law. 8vo. 3rd ed. King originally wrote the work in Latin.
9 O 25
An essay towards a natural history of the earth, and terrestrial bodies. 8vo. 2nd ed.
4 R 2
An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment ... of twenty nine regicides, the murtherers of his late sacred majesty. 4to. Anon. Wing N 1403 (in Wing under Nottingham; Finch was earl of Nottingham). Weldon copy in Bibl. Mazarine.
An examination of Mr. Warburton's Account of the conduct of the antient legislators, of the double doctrine of the old philosophers, of the theocracy of the Jews and of Sir Isaac Newton's chronology. 8vo.
7 K 33
An examination of the book intituled The true gospel of Jesus Christ asserted by T. Chubb. 8vo. The deist Thomas Chubb was the author of 'The true gospel'.
4 T 10
An exercitation concerning usurped powers. 4to. Wiig G 449. Anon. Copac and Wing suggest London as the place of publication.
An explanation of the laws against recusants. 8vo. Wing K 115. Keble in fact abridged this work by William Cawley.
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