Page images

HEYDON (JOHN) A new Method of Rosie Crucian Physick. 4° B Lond. 1658.

- The Rosie Crucian Axiomata, or, general Rules to . know all Things past, present, and to come. 12° Lond. 1660.

- The idea of the Law charactered from Moses to King Charles, with the idea of Government and Tyranny. 8° Lond. B 1660.

- The Holy Guide : leading the way to the Wonder of the World. 8° Lond. 1662.

-The Rosie Cross uncovered. 8° Lond. 1662.

- A Quintuple Rosie Crucian Scourge, for the Correction of George Thompson. 4° Lond. 1665. HEYE (FRID.) Disput. de natura et dolore Dentium. 4° Helmst. 1662.

Disput. de Febri ephemera. 4° Helm. 1662. HEY HOE for a Husband, or the Parliament of Maides. 4o 1647. HEYL (chr.) Artificialis Medicatio. 4o Mogunt. 1534. HEYLAND (HENR. GOD.) Disput. de Fistula lacrymali. 8° Lips.

1724. HEYLIN, 0. HeYLYN. HEYLIN (John) Theological Lectures, with an Interpretation of

the four Gospels. To which are added Discourses upon the

principal Points of Revealed Religion. 4° Lond. 1749. HEYLINGS (P.) v. LUDOLF. HEYLYN (JOHN) Sermon before the Societies for the Reforination of manners. ga Lond. 1721.

- Charity Sermon. 4° Lond. 1734.

- A Consecration Sermon. 8° Lond. 1738.

- Sermon, on occasion of a Legacy left by Mrs. E. Taylor towards rebuilding the Parish Church of Sudbury. 8° Lond.


- MIKPOKOEMOE. A little description of the great world. 4° Orf. 1625.

– The History of St. George of Cappadocia asserted: 49 Lond. 1631.

- 4° Lond. 1633.
The History of the Sabbath. 4° Lond. 1636.

A Brief and moderate Answer to H. Burton. 4° Lond. 1637.

- Antidotum Lincolniense. Or an answer to a book entituled The Holy Table, Name and Thing, &c. 4° Lond. 1637.

The History of Episcopacie. 4° Lond. 1642.

- 40 Lond. 1657. - Relation of two Journeys, the one into the Main Land of France, the other into some of the adjacent Islands. 4° Lond. 1656.

Extraneus vapulans : or the Observator rescued from the assaults of Hamon L'Estrange and Dr. Barnard. 12° Lond. 1656. Vol. III. . Uu


HEYLYN (PETER) Ecclesia vindicata : or the Church of Enge

land justified. I. In the way and manner of her Reformation. II. In officiating by a publick Liturgie. III. In prescribing a set form of Prayer to be used by Preachers before their Sermons. IV. In her Right and Patrimony of Tythes. V. In retaining the Episcopal Government. 4° Lond. 1657.

Answer to Dr. Bernard. 4° Lond. 1658. - Examen Historicum : Or a discovery and examination of the Mistakes in some modern Histories occasioned by the Partiality and Inadvertencies of their severall Authors. 84 Lond. 1659.

- Certamen Epistolare. Or the Letter Combate. go Lond. 1659.

The Parable of the Tares expounded in ten Sermons. 4° Lond. 1659.

- Historia Quinqu-Articularis : Or Declaration of the Western Churches in the five controverted points of Arminianism. 4° Lond. 1660.

- Sermon on the 29th May. Lond. 1661.

- Plus ultra : or, England's Reformation needing to be reformed. Being an Examination of Dr. Heylin's History of the Reformation of the Church of England, by H. N. 4° Lond. 1661.

Cosmographie. fol. Lond. 1665.

> continued by Edm. Bohun. fol. Lond. 1703. - Cyprianus Anglicus: Or the History of the Life and Death of Archbishop Laud. fol. Lond. 1668.

fol. Lond. 1671. Aerius redivivus : Or the History of the Presbyterians, from 1536 to 1647. fol. Oxf. 1670.

- Help to English History. 12° Lond. 1671. [cum Notis Mss.].

- KEIMHAJA EKKAHEIAŁTIKA. Historical and miscellaneous Tracts, with an Account of his Life. fol. Lond.

1681, HEYLING (PETER) Reise nach Ethiopen. 8° Hal. 1724. HEYMAN (JOH.) Oratio de commendando studio Linguarum

Orientalium. 4° Lug. Bat. 1710. HEYMAN (JOH. Chr.) Dissert. de Suffusione Oculorum. 4° Witt.

1715. HEYMAN (JOH. GUL.) Dissert. de Affectu Hypochondriaco. 49

Lug. Bat. 1732. HEYMANS (lev.) Disput. de Convulsione. 4o Lug. Bat. 1734. HEYMBACH (BERNARDUS) Diatriba Historico-epistolica, de nu

pera Vegerræ apud Sunicos, seu Urbis Aquensis, Deflagratione.

Item ejusdem Urbis Prosopopæia aliaque. 12° Loran. 1655. HEYMENBERG (CASP. AB) Disput. de Sensuum in philosophando Usu et Abusu. 8° Ultr. 1675.

De plurium Mundorum possibili Existentia. 4° Ulir. 1676.

HEYN (PH. BEX. EQUES AB) Geographia curiosa et utilis. 4°


Prolusiones nonnullæ Academicæ. 8° Lond. 1790.. HEYNE (30H. CH.) Tentamen de Ossium Morbis. 12° Amst.

1705. HEYNES (John) Funeral Serinon on Wm. Lord Pagett. 4°

Lond. 1669. HEYNS (M. P.) Le Miroir du Monde. 8° Ano. 1583. HEYNSIUS (PETR.) Disp. de Pleuritide vera. 4° Lug. Bat. 1669. HEYRICKE (RICHD.) Queen Esthers Resolves : Or a princely

Pattern of heaven-born Resolution, for all the Lovers of God and their country. A Fast Sermon. 4° Lond. 1669.

— Sermon on the Coronation of Charles II. 4° Lond. 1661. HEYSEUS (ERN. GOT.) Exercit. de AYTOXEIPIA. 4° Ged. 1678.

- Quæstiones Medicæ. 4° Monsp. 1682.

- Dissert. de Corporum Combinatione. 4° Lips. 1685. HEYST (Joh.) Diascepsis de Pilis eorumque Natura. 120 Amst.

1646. HEYUS (Jon.) Dissert. de Studiis nostrorum Temporum Athænis

Philureis elucubrata. 4° Hall. Sar. 1661.
HEYWOOD (Helis) Il Moro, 12° Fir. 1556.
HEYWOOD (John) Workes. 4° Lond. 1576.

Lond. 1566. - The Play of the foure PP. An Interlude of a Palmer, Ą Pardoner, A Potycary, A Pedler. 4° Wm. Myddylton.

-4° Lond. 1569.
- The Spider and the Flie. 4° Lond. 1556.

- Dialogue of the English Proverbs. 12° Lond. 1561. " HEYWOOD (JOHN) A succession of wise and good Kings the

distinguishing Smile of Heaven and the exalted Happiness of

Gt. Britain. A Sermon on the death of Geo. II. 4° 1760. HEYWOOD (Nath.) O. ASHURST. HEYWOOD (OLIVER) A Family Altar erected to the Honour of

the Eternal God: or an essay to promote the worship of God in private Houses. So Lond. 1693.

- Job's Appeal. A Funeral Sermon on J. Penton. 49 Lond. 1695. HEYWOOD (SAM.) Digest of the Laws respecting County Elections. 8° Lond. 1790.

- Vindication of Mr. Fox's History of James II. King of England. 4° Lond. 1811. HEYWOOD (tko.) v. MERLIN.

- If you know not me, you know Nobody. Or the troubles of Queene Elizabeth. 46 Lond. 1606. - 4° Lond. 1608. 4° Lond. 1610.


HEYWOOD (Tho.) If you know not me, you know Nobody. Or the troubles of Queene Elizabeth. 4° Lond. 1613.

- 4° Lond. 1623. - 4° Lond. 1632.

- the 2d Part. With the building of the Royall Exchange and the famous Victory in 1588. 4° Lond. 1609.

- 4° Lond. 1633.
The Golden Age. 4° Lond. 1611.
- The Silver Age. 4° Lond. 1613.
The Brazen Age. 4° Lond. 1613.
The Iron Age. 4° Lond. 1632.

Part. 2. 4° 1632.
A Woman kill'd with Kindness. 4° Lond. 1617.
Edward the Fourth. 4° Lond. 1626.
The Rape of Lucrece, a Tragedy. 4°

-4° Lond. 1630.

- 4° Lond. 1638. The Life of the Dutchess of Suffolk. 4° Lond. 1631. - The fair Maid of the West, a Comedy. 4° Lond. 1631.

- England's Elizabeth, her life and troubles during her minority. 12° Lond. 1631.

- The four Prentises of London, with the Conquest of Jerusalem. 4° Lond. 1632.

– The English Traveller, a Tragi-comedy. 4° Lond. 1633.

- A pleasant Comedy called a Maydenhead well lost. 49 Lond. 1634.

– The late Lancashire Witches, a Comedy, by T. Heywood and R. Broome. 4" Lond. 1634.

- The Hierarchie of the blessed Angels, their Names, Orders, and Offices. The fall of Lucifer with his Angells. fol. Lond. 1635.

- A Challenge for Beautie, a Tragi-comedy. 4° Lond. 1636.

- Love's Mistress, or, the Queen's Masque. 4° Lond. 1636.

Lond. 1640. - The Royall King, and the Loyall Subject, a Tragicomedy. 4° Lond. 1637. - A true Description of his Majestie's Royall Ship built at Wool-witch. 8" Lond. 1637.

- Pleasant Dialogues and Dramas, selected out of Lucian, Erasmus, Textus, Ovid, &c. With translations from Beza, Bucanan, &c. 12° Lond. 1637.

The fayre Maide of the Exchange: together with the merry humours and pleasant passages of the Cripple of Fanchurch. 4° Lond. 1637.

- The Wise Woman of Hogsdon, a Comedy. 4" Lond. 1638.

- Fortune by Land and Sea, a Tragi-comedy. 4° Lond. 1655.


HEYWOOD (THO.) The Actor's Vindication. 4° Lond. 1658. HEYWOOD (Dr. William) Petition of his Parishioners against

him. 4° Lond. 1641. HEZEL (JO. JAc.) Theses de Scriptura sacra. 4° Hal. Muq.

1720. HEZMANSEDER (GEO.) Brevis Consideratio Quæstionum non.

nullarum de Anima. 4° Witt. 1608. HEZRA (abr. ben) . COHEN. HIALMTER, D. PERINGSKIOLD. HIARNE (HERBEKT) Kurtze Anleitung, wie man Bsund Oder

Heyl-Brunnen und Mineral-Wasser, auffsuchen, preüffen, und

gebrauchen kan. 120 HIARNE (URBAN) Xylobalsamum. 12° Stock. 1720.

. HIBBARD (John) Thoughts on Inland Navigation : on discon.

tented Petitions : on the National Debt: and on the improvement attending the Growth of Wheat, &c. 8° Lond. 1798.

- 8" Lond. 1804. HIBBERT (HENRY) Waters of Marah drawn forth in two Funeral Sermons. 12° Lond. 1654.

- Syntagma Theologicum: Or a Treatise wherein is con. cisely comprehended the Body of Divinity, and the Fundamentals of Religion. Whereunto are added certaine Dis

courses. fol. Lond. 1662 HIBERNIA, V. COMMONS. PARLIAMENT. REBELLION. TRADE. HIBERNIA. The Case of the Masters and Owners of transport Ships imployed for reducing Ireland. fol. Lond.

- Considerations concerning Ireland and England, and particularly in respect to an Union. fol.

-The deplorable condition of the reduced and discharged men who have served in Ireland and in the Low Countries. fol.

Case of several innocent Persons who are deprived of their Estates by the late Act of Resumption. fol.

– The Case of those called Protectees in Ireland. fol. .

The Case of divers persons entitled to the benefit of Articles, Proclamations and Declarations in Ireland. fol.

- A map of Ireland with a note of the Towns taken and burnt since the late Rebellion. fol.

- Letter from a Souldier of good place in Ireland on the Victory over the Spaniards and Irish Rebels, and of the taking of Kynsale. 4° Lond. 1602.

Analecta sacra, nova, et mira de rebus Catholicorum in Hibernia pro Fide et Religione gestis. Relatore et Collectore T. N. 8 1616.

II. Partes. 8° Colon. 1617. - De Processu Martyriali quorundam Fidei Pugilum in Hibernia. 8° Col. 1619.

- Hiberniæ sive Antiquioris Scotiæ Vindiciæ adversus Tho. Dempsterum. 89 Antv. 1621.


« PreviousContinue »