J B John Braddocke 1556 1719 : The doctrine of the fathers and schools consider'd. Part the first : concerning the articles of a trinity of divine persons, and the unity of God, in answer to the animadversions on the Dean of St. Paul's vindication of the doctrine of the holy and ever blessed Trinity ... / by J.B., AM, presbyter of the Church of England.
J B Josiah Bangor : A serious item to secure sinners, or, God discovered to be as well a buring as a shining light / by J.B.
J B One Of The Then Cashiered Officers : Calvmny condemned, or, A true, exact, and sober account of the Scotch plot, for which many worthy officers were dismissed their commands, and cashiered the army / by J. B. one of the then cashiered officers.
J B Philalelos : Good and joyful news for England: or, The prophecy of the renowned Michael Nostradamus : that Charles the II. of Great Britain, France and Ireland King, Defender of the faith, &c. shall have a son of his own body lawfully begotten, that shall succeed him in the imperial throne of Great Britain, and all other his dominions; and reign long after his father, most fortunately and well beloved. As it was taken out of the translations of Dr. Theo. Garencieres, M.D. Col. Lond. Printed 1672. in fol. With observations concerning the present blazing-comet. By J.B. Philalelos, a true and faithful Protestant, of the first and best rate and rank.
J C Active 1620 : A pleasant comedie, called the tvvo merry milke-maids. Or, the best words weare the garland : As it was acted before the King, with generall approbation, by the Companie of the Reuels. By I.C.
J C Late Convert : A net for the fishers of men and the same which Christ gave to His Apostles : Wherein the points controverted betwixt Catholiques and sectaries, are briefly vindicated, by way of dilemma. By two gentlemen late converts.
J D S : The source, force, and course of excommunications : conducing to the clearing of that seeming perplexed question, of and amongst the Assembly of Divines : where the seate of the power of excommunication is? resolved : whether in the churches of, and in monarchies, or in the Presbyterian : extracted out of the originalls in the Old Testament, as the radix, pursuing the New Testament, and so to the civill and cannon lawes, and their congruities with both / by J.D.S.
J G A Member Of The Church Of England : A sermon preach'd before the convocation of the bishops and clergy of the Province of Canterbury at Westminster, Novemb. the 18th. 1689 / by William Beveridge ; printed in Latin by the bishops command ; made English by J.G.