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War, and all other Arts and Sciences are herein Explaind; from the beft and modern Authors, as Sir Isaac Newton, Dr. Harris, Dr. Gregory, Mr. Lack, Mr. Evelyn, Mr. Dryden, Mr. Blount, Sc. Very useful to all those that delire to underftand what they read.
A Discourse, in Six Dialogues, on the Name, Notion, and Observation of the Lord's Day. With an account of several Canons, Decrees, and Laws, Foreign and English, for the keeping it Holy. The way of Worship in the Church of England, Vindicated; and an Office, or Collection of Devotions for the Day. By Thomas Morer, Rector of St. Ann's, London.
A Defence of Diocesan Episcopacy: In Ane swer to Book of Mr. David Clarkson, Entituled, Pri mitive Episcopacy. By Henry Maurice, D.D. The Second Edition.
A new Hiftory of China: Containing a Description of the moft confiderable Particulars of that vaft Empire. Written by Gabriel Magillans, of the Society of Jesus, Milfonary Apoftolick. Done out of French. : The Lives of the Antient Philosophers; containing an account of their several Se&s, 'Doctrines, Aäions, and Remarkable Sayings. Extracted from Diogenes Laertius,' Causabon, Menagius, Stanley, Gaffendus, Charleton, and others, the beft Authors upon that Subject. With an Appendix containing the Lives of several latter Philosophers, not confined to particular Seats. Illustrated with several Cuts.
The Chriftian Indeed. In Two Parts: The firft containing a serious Exhortation to the Holy Communion, with some plain Directions for a due Preparation for it, and Admonition to live and act after it, as becomes Persons publickly profeffing to be Chriftians. The second, an Exhortation to prepare for Death : Together with some plain Directions : As also short and suitable Devotions, as well in time of Sickness, as in case of Recovery. The Second Edition. By a Presbyter of the Church of England.
The Christians Daily Manual of Prayers and Praises. In Two Parts. The first confifting of Fa. mily. Devotions for every day in the Week, and al
to for Private Persons. The fecond containing a Course of Select Psalms and Hymns, with their proper Tunes, for the whole year. For the use of Religious Societies, and Pious Families. By a Divine of the Church of England.
A Treatise of Salivation; shewing its true Methods, Circunftances, Advantages, and proper Applications. Written Originally in High Dutcb, by Matthæus Gotbofredus Purmannus, Surgeon in Ordinary of the City of Breslaw, and of the Hospital of St. fb. Translated from the Second Edition printed at Franckfort.
The Life of Mr. Thomas Firmin., late Citizen of London. Wrirten by one of his moft intimate Acquaintance; with a Sermon preach'd on the occafion of his Death.
Letters, Domeftick and Foreign; occasionally diftributed in Subjects, (viz.) Philosophical, Theological, and Moral. By Thomas Tryon, Author of the way to Health, Long Life, and Happiness.
The Poor Man's Physician and Surgeon ; shewing the true Method of Curing all sorts Diftempers, by the help of such Medicines as are of the product of our Climate, and consequently to be prepar'd without charge and difficulty. With an Addition of the true Ure of the Quinquina, or Jesuits Powder. By Mons. D'Ube, Doctor of Phyfick. Translated from the Eighth Edition printed at Paris.
The Compleat Mendicant; or unhappy Beggar. Being the Life of an unfortunate Gentleman: in which is a comprehensive Account of several of the mott Remarkable Adventures that befel him in 23 years Pilgrimage. Allo a Narrative of his Entrance at Oxford, his Ordination; his Behaviour and De. parture from Court; his taking upon him the Ha bit of a Shepherd, Bi.
The Country Gentleman's Vade Mecum ; .or his Companion for the Town. In i8 Letters from a Gentleman in London, to his Friend in the Country: Wherein he passionately diffwadęs him against coming to London, and represents to him the advantage of a Country Life, in opposition to the Follies and Vices of the Town:
The Psalms of David in Metre, fitted to the Tünes used in Pariih-Churches. By Fobn Patrick, D. D. In 1203 "A Paraphrase, with Notes, upon the Sixth Chapter of St Fobn; in order to compleat his Notes and Paraphrase upon the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8th Chapters of St. Fohn: With a Discourse on Humanity and Charity. By Wm. Clagetr, D. D. late Preacher to the Honorable Society of Gray's-Inn. The Second Edition, in 8vo. 131
A Companion for the PerfecutedOr an Office for those who suffer for Righteousnels. Containing particular Prayers and Devotions, - for particular Graces, or for their private or publick Occasions. By Fobn Kettlewell, late Vicar of Colefill in Warwickfoire, in 120.
The Life of Leopola, late Emperor of Germany, 6. Containing the most Remarkable Transactions of
Europe, as well relating to the Turks as Chriftians, for about 60 Years, with variety of Original Papers, Letters, Treaties, Characters, c.
The History of the Rebellions in England, Scotland, and Ireland; wherein the moft material Pafíages, Sieges, Battles, Policies, Stratagems of War, are impartially related on both fides; from the Year 1640, to the Beheading of the Duke of Monmouth, in 1685. In Three Parts By Sir Roger Manley, Kt.
Two Cares; the first of Adultery and Divorce: Shewing, that where the Sin (Adultery) is the Punishment ( Divorce) ought to follow it, without in jury to Conscience. The second of Baptism , Shewing, that neither Lay-Baptifm, nor Popish Baptism, ought to be fought for, or admitted in the Factories, or other places abroad, who are informed what to do in such a case, for the ease of their consciences By Thomas Morer, Rector of Stừ *Ann's Aldersgate, London.
Sit Philosophical Effay, upon several Subjects, viz containing, Dr. Burnet's Theory of the Earth. 2. Wit and Beauty 3.1A Publick Spirit.* 4. The Weather. 3. The Certainty of Thiogs, and the Existence of a Deity, 6. The Carete an Idea of God. By Sam. Parker, Gent.
À Treatise of a Consumption, and the Venetal Di' sease; the Signs or Symptoms of the Venereal Infection, with various. Methods of Cure. By Thomas Nedbam, Surgeon, in 120.-,
An Account of Scotland; being a Description of the Nature of that Kingdom, and what the Conftitution of it is in Church and State. Wherein also fome notice is taken of their chief Cities, and Royal Burroughs; with an Appendix, 1. About their Kings Supremacy. 2. The difference of the Scotch and English Liturgy. 3. The Revenue and Expence on the Civil and Military Lift, according to a late Establishment.
An Office or Manual of Devotions, for the better observing the Lord's Day, chiefly design d for the use of Private Families. By Thomas Morer, Rector of St. Ann Aldersgate, London. Price 3d. or 20 s. the Hundred.
Dr. Fleetwood's Discourse of the Education of Children with a Preface Exhorting all Parents to a Atrict and religious Performance of that Daty. Price 3 d. or 20 s. per Hundred.
His Sernion before the Lord Mayor, April il. 16926
Sermon before the Lord Mayor, Decemb. II. 1692.
Sermon before the Queen, Febr. 12'1692.
Sermon before the Lord Mayor, Fan. 30. 1698-9.
His Account of the Life and Death of the Blessed Virgin, according to Romish Writers, with the Grounds of the Worship paid to her.
The History of the Persecutions of the Reformed Churches in France, Orange, and Piedmont, from the year 1655, to this present time; fhewing by what Steps, Artifices, and perfidious Practices they were destroyed; with a short account of the present Condicion of the Protestants in France, and elsewhere Wherein are many remarkable Passages never before printed.
Heptarchia Mathematica, or the Seven Branches of Art here following, Epitomiz’d, viz. Arithmetick, Geometry, Flat Measure, Square Measure, Gaug.
ing, Mensuration by Tables, Dialing, 8c. Being now
In the Press, and will be speedily Publishid,
don; from its firft Foundation to this present time. Being an Abridgment of Sir William Dugdale's Hiftory. Extra&ted out of Original Charters, Records, Leiger Books, and other Manuscripts: With a Catalogue of all the Deans, &c. from its first Foundation to this present time. Adorn'd with several Prospects of the said Church, from Sir Christopher Wren's own Plates. Continued from where Sir Wil. liam Dugdale leaves off, by a Divine of the Church of England. Whereunto is added, the Hiftory of St. Pea ter's Church at York: Containing its Antiquities, An. tient Monuments, Sc. with a Catalogue of all its Archbishops and Deans, Bc. to this present time; with the several Prospects of the said Church, and its remarkable Tombs.