E C Active 1618 : The spirituall fishing. A sermon preached in Cambridge by that reuerend and iudicious diuine, Mr Samuel Hieron. Printed by the true copie written with his owne hands a little before his decease. Luke 5. vers. 10. The last words of the verse
E C Doctor Of The Civil Law : A full and final proof of the plot from the Revelations : whereby the testimony of Dr. Titus Oates and Mr. Will. Bedloe is demonstrated to be jure divino, and all colours and pretences taken away that might hinder the obstinate from assenting to the truth and sincerity of their evidence : dedicated to all Roman-Catholicks and infidels / by E.C., Doctor of the civil law.
E C S Active 1626 : The gouernment of Ireland vnder the honorable, iust, and wise gouernour Sir Iohn Perrot Knight, one of the Priuy Councell to Queene Elizabeth, beginning 1584. and ending 1588 : Being the first booke of the continuation of the historie of that kingdome, formerly set forth to the yeare 1584, and now continued to this present 1626. Whereof the rest succeeding this already collected, but not fully perfected, shall shortly follow.
E C S Active 1627 : Scipio's dreame. Or The statesman's extasie : Wherein is contayned an epitomie of all the sciences, naturall, morall, and supernaturall. Tending to proue the immortalitie of the soule, as the proper merit of iustice.
E D Mr : [Evangelion aionion eis t aionch] doxotaton, or, A glimpse of gospel glory. The first part : together with a short but pithie treatise of Mr. E.D. shewing that Peter was never at Rome : to which is subjoyned as an appendix some pregnant collections by ... H. Nelson ... to a like purpose.
E D True Lover Of The Lawes And Liberties Of England : Complaints and queries vpon Englands misery : acted Octob. 13, 1659, by some officers of the army, against the Parliament of the common-wealth of England / by a true lover of the lawes and liberties of England, E.D.
E I Active 1632 : Clavis theologiæ, quâ patet aditus ad SSæ. Theologiæ adyta : quæ continent thesaurum summorum capitum, locorum communium, & quæstionum præcipuarum, in totâ theologiâ, e patribus, theologis, tam antiquis quam modernis; scholasticis, canonistis, casuistis, summistis, collectorum: nonnulla etiam selectiora historiæ, quattor imperiorum, chronologiæ, isorropiæ & philologiæ momenta hic recensentur. ... Omnia in usum theologorum publice edita & excusa proprijs sumptibus E.I. servi Ecclesiæ Dei.
E I Student In Divinitie : A Nevv-Yeares gift for English Catholikes, or A briefe and cleare explication of the new Oath of Allegiance. / By E.I. student in Diuinitie; for a more full instruction, and appeasement of the consciences of English Catholikes, concerning the said Oath, then hath beene giuen them by I.E. student in Diuinitie, who compiled the treatise of the prelate and the prince.
E L Active 1596 : Romes monarchie, entituled the globe of renowmed glorie : Briefly comprehending the first foundation and building of Rome by Romulus: the principall warres and conquests of the Romanes after the time of their first choosing consuls, till Iulius Cæsar attaining soly to the Empire, and from him more briefly to Nero. VVhere in small compasse is described, manie most notable, and vertuous acts, atchieued in their said warres, and conquests; strange tragedies, secret practises and policies, ambition, hate, and reuenge: and how insurrections, rebellion, strife, ciuill discord and discention preualing, was the onely plague, ruine, and vtter destruction of many great monarchies, kingdomes, cities, and countries. Translated out of the French and Italian histories by E.L.
E L Active 1660 : The Christians daily walk with God by faith, or, A collection of promises, for the comfort of Christians in every position, / by E.L.
E L E Lydeott : The prodigal return'd home, or, The motives of the conversion to the Catholick faith of E.L., Master of Arts in the University of Cambridge
E M A D O C : Novembris monstrum, or, Rome brovght to bed in England : with the whores miscarying / made long since for the anniversary solemnity on the fift[h] day of November, in a private colledge in Cambridge, by A.B.C.D.E. ; and now by conquering importunity made publique, for a small memoriall of England's great deliverance from the powder-treason, by E.M.A.D.O.C.
E M Esq : Protection perswading subjection: or A [brace] word of peace to the well-affected. Caveat to the contentious. Rod for the rebellious. : In three positions proving His Highness 1 To be the aptest, ablest and most worthy person for place of Lord Protector. 2. That the people, by the laws of God and man are obliged to loyalty and obedience to his Highness. 3. That all opposers are enemies to the publick peace and safety, and deserve exemplary punishment. By E.M. Esq; a cordial well-willer to the tranquillity and safety of this Commonwealth.