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10864 TRACTS, viz. Sherlock's Preservative against Fopery,

2 parts—The Protestant. Resolved; or, a,Discourse

. J . Shewing the Unreasonableness of his turning Roman .'• v- . . Catholic for Salvation—A few Plain Reasons why a

Protestant should not turn Roman CatholicDodwell's

Account of the Fundamental Principles of Popery, & c.

....Treatise of Monarchy—A Defence of the Mis. '. • . sionaries Arts.—Bishop Burnet's Collection of 18 Of .' Papers relating to the Affairs of Church and ..- State during the Reign of James II. and 1 other, in

1 Vol. 8s 1688

10865 - Usserii de Romanae Eeclesia? Symbolo

'■..'• Apostolico Vete, fine portrait—Anastasii Siuaits

Anagogicarum Contemplationum in Ilexameron, Gr. et Lat.—Church Government, part V.—A 'Relation of the English Reformation—Animadversions on Do. .. ■• . , —Reflections oh the Historical Part of Ditto—and v • Continuation of the present State of the Controversy

in between the Churches of England and Rome, in 1

n i 1 vol. good copy. 8s I . J J 647, &c.

,10866 —1 Defence of the Bishop of Chichester's

Profession made upon his Death-Bed) concerning Passive Obedience, &c. with his Life—Reflections .1 "! . on the late History of Passive Obedience—Case of Conscience, concerning Flying in Times of Trouble—

. -I' —A Third Collection of Papers relating to the prep

sent Juncture of Affairs in England, 1688—New . Nonconformist; or, Dr. Sherlock's Case in preaching after a Deprivation, &c.—Observations on Dr, Sherlock's late Case of Allegiance—and 16 others, in 1 vol. 4s0d*;; —-— 1680

10867 ■ History of the Rise, Growth, Reign,

Supports, and Sodain Fatal Foyl of Popery during
James the Second's Reign, with a Description of the

■' ,. •. 6 Popish Pillars—Vox Cleri; or, the Sense of the Clergy on making Alterations in the Liturgy, &c.— Answers to Vox Cleri, &c.—Defence of the Rights and Privileges of the University of Oxford—Freedom of Elections to Parliament, a Fundamental Law and Liberty of the English Subject—Plain English humbly offered to the Consideration of his Majesty— Toleration disapproved and condemned—Separation yet no Schisme—Clarendon's View of Hobbes's Leviathan—Salgado's Romish Priest turned Protestant, With Reason of his Conversion—wad 5 others, in 1 Vol. neat, 10s 6d - . 1690, &c.

10868 Toleration Stated, &c—Liberty of Conscience upon its true and proper Grounds asserted and vindicated—Toleration not to be abused, &c.— Reflections on Dr. Stillingfleet's Unreasonableness of {separation—Interest of England, in respect to Protestants dissenting from the Established Church— New Test of the Church of England's Loyalty, &c. , —De Foe's- Shortest Way with Dissenters—Answer to DittoRights of Protestant Dissenters, Mparts Rights of the Church of England asserted and '. , ^\\f!V(fve^aud 2 others, in 1 vol. good copy, 10s 6d

1653, &c.

10060 TRACTS, viz. Gauden's Considerations touching the Liturgy, &o,—24 Cases .concerning things indifferent in Religious Worship, &c.—Common PrayerBook Devotions, Episcopal Delusions; or, the Second Death of the Service-Book, &c.—A Christian and Sober Testimony against' sinfull Compliance— Lawfulness of hearing Publick Ministers of the Church of England proved—Samaritanism; or, a Treatise of Comprehending, Compounding, and Tolerating several Religions in one Church—Ilumfrcy's Second Discourse about Re-ordination—and 3 others, in 1 vol. 7s - - 1661

10870 Cursory Remarks upon some late Disloyal Proceedings in several Cabels—Du Moulin's Papal Tyranny, as it was exercised over England for some Ages—Moderation pursued by a Paper vindicating of our Liturgy and Church from any Malevolence to Meetings, &c. &c.—and 1 other, sewed, 3s 6d - - - 1699

Discourse against Transubstantiation—



Discourse concerning the Worship of the Blessed Virgin and the Saints—History of Passive Obedience since the Reformation—Reflections on Ditto—Reflections upon the late great Revolution—A true and lively Representation of Popery—and 6 others, in 1 vol. neat, 6s' - 1684

Impartial Account of the Nature and


Tendency of the late Addresses—Relapsed Apostate; or, Notes on a Presbyterian Petition for Peace, &c. —L'Estrange's Narrative of the Plot—The Dissenter's Sayings—L'Estrange's No Papist—The Shammer Shamm'd — The Swearers; or, Innocence Oppressed and Sacrificed—and 19 others, in 1 vol.

4s 6d — 1681

*—: Dangerfield's More Shams Still; or, a further Discovery of the Designs of the Papists, &c. —No Protestant Plot; or, a Discovery of the Conspiracy of the Papists, &c. 3 parts—A Tory Plot; or, the Discovery of a Design carried on by our late Addressers, &c. 2 parts—and the Scotch Alist • cleared up, in I vol. neat, 7s - 1681

10874 Sir M. Hale's and Lord Bacon's Judgment of the Nature of True Religion, &c—A Letter shewing that the Bishops are not to be Judges in Parliament—John Owen's Brief Vindication of the Nonconformists from the Charge of Schisme—Heads of Agreement assented to by the United Ministers—25 Reasons against Toleration and Indulgence of Popery

;' —The Speeches, Discourses, Sfc. of Col. Barksted, Col. Okcy, and Mr. M. Corbet, executed at Tyburn, '19th of April, 1662—and 4 others, in 1 vol. 9s

1684, &c.

10875 — Judgment of the Clergy, concerning

the King's Perogative in Dispensing with the Penall Laws—Answer to Ditto—Collection of several Treatises concerning the Reasons and Occasions of the Penal Laws—'Jesuits' Reasons Unreasonable; or, Doubts proposed to the Jesuits—Good Advice to the Church of England—Roman Cathplick and Protestant Dissenter—and 10 others on the Penal Laws, &c. in 1 vol. 6s - - 1687

10876 Some Seasonable Reflections upon the

Quakers' Solemn Protestation against George Keith's Proceedings atTurner's Hall, 29th of April, 1697— History of Sin and Heresie—Primitive Heresie Revived in the Faith and Practice of the People called Quakers—The Quakers' Last Shift to cover their Monstrous Heresies, ■Src.—and 1 other, neat, 6s - - . 1697

10877 Wrllet's Synopsis Papismi; that is, a General View of

Papistrie, ice. good copy, 6s — 1594

10878 Another Copy, with many MSS. Notes, good copy,

7s ■ - - - - 1594

10879 White's (F.) Orthodox Faith and Way to the Church

Explained and Justified, in Answer to a Popish Treatise intituled • White dyed Blacke,' good copy, 5s


10880 (John) Way to the True Church, wherein the

principal Motives, perswading to Romanisme, &c. &c. are disputed, vellum, 5s—Ditto, good copy, 6s 10881 Wbitbie's (Daniel) Romish Doctrines not from the Be

ginning; or, a Reply to S. Cressy, in Vindication of our Church against the Novelties of Rome, 5s . 1664

10882 Whitaker's Answer to the 10 Reasons of Eel. Campian,

the Jesuit, fair copy, 4s - - 160S

10883 Winton's (George, Bishop of) Treatises, wherein his

Judgment concerning the Controversie betweeu the Church of Rome and the Church of England is made known, good copy, 4s — 1683



10884 BACON'S (Lord) Historie of the Reigne of Henery

the Seventh, good copy, 5s — 1641

10885 Brown's (Dr. T.) Enquiries into Vulgar and Common

Errors, neatly half bound, 12s — 1658

10886 Buck's (George) History of the Life and Reigne of

RichaTd the Third, good copy, scarce, 14s 1646

10887 Criniti Viri Eruditissimi de Ilonesto Disciplina, Lib.

XXV. de Poetis Latinis, Lib. V. et Poematum, Lib. II. new and neatly half bound, 1.2s Paris, 1508 10808 Digge's (Sir D.) Complete Ambassador; or, Two Treatises of the intended Marriage of Queen Elizabeth, fine frontispiece by Failhornc, containing whole length portraits of Queen Elizabeth, Lord Burleigh, and Sir S, Walsingham, good copy, near, 11 Is


10889 Declaration (A large) concerning the late Tumults in

Scotland, from their first Originails, with a particular Deduction of the seditious Practices of the Prime Leaders of the Covenanters, Sfc. new and neatly half bound, 12s - - 1639

10890 Du Maria's Divine Weekes and Works, by Sylvester,

portrait by Delarm, and frontispiece by Elstracke, very fine copy, elegant brown calf extra, 21 2s 1633

10891 Government of the Commonwealth of England, Sfc.

as it was publickly declared at Westminster, Dec. 16, 1653, at which Time and Place Oliver, LordProtector of the said Commonwealth, took a solemn Oath for observing the g'ameand Violet's Proposals . to O. Cromwell respecting; the Excise, Gold, Silver, Sfc. 2 parts, in 1 vol. half bound, 14s 1653 & 6

10892 Hawkins's (Sir R.) Voyage into the South Seas in 1593,

new and neatly half bound, scarce, 11 5s 1622

10893 Habington's (William) Histoiie of Edward the Fourth,

portrait, good copy, scarce, 10s 6d -• 1640

10894 Johnstonus's History of the wonderful Things of Nature,

. &c. 1657—and Higmore's Corpis Hurosrni Disquisitio Anatomica, frontispiece, 2 vol. in 1, good copy, 9s - - - ' 1651, &c.

10895 King James's Works, fine portrait of James sitting on

his Throne, frontispiece 6y Elstracke, and portrait of CJiarlcs, by Pass, good copy, neat and scai ce, 11 lIs6d - - 1616

10896 Lloyd's Memoirs of the Lives, Actions,- Sufferings, and

Deaths of those excellent Personages that suffered for the Protestant Religion, and their Allegiance to Charles I. frontispiece, containing portrait of Charles and 18 of his Generals and other Persons, fine impression, neat, scarce, 11 5s - 1668

10897 Muses' (The) Welcome to the high and mighty Prince

James, King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, Sec. at his Majestie's happy Returne to his old and native Kingdom of Scotland, after 14 Years' Absence, 1617, digested according to the Order of his Majestie's Pr■ gresse, by I. Adamson, wood-cut, portrait of James, very fine copy, in original binding,

gilt leaves, 31 3s Edinb. 1018

J 0898 Newcastle's (Countess of) Poems and Fancies, new and neatly half bounds, 10s 6d 1653

10899 Ovid's Metamorphosis, by Sandys, frontispiece, very

neat, 6s 1626

10900 Pembroke's (Countess of) Arcadia, by Sir P. Sidney,

portrait of Sidney, new and neatly half bound, 12s


10901 Reign (The) of King Charles, an History disposed into

Annals, &c. good copy, 7s 6d — 1655

10902 Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, And Tra

Gedies, Second Edition, fine portrait, good copy, elegant brown calf extra, marbled leaves, 101 10s


10903 Sandy's Travels in the Holy Land, remote Parts of

Italy, &c. plates, very good copy, neat, scarce, 11 4s — r 1632

10904 Strada's History of the Low Countrey Warres, by Sta

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