R F Richard Farnworth 1661 : The pure language of the spirit of truth; set forth for the confounding false languages, acted out of pride, ambition and deceit. Or, thee & thou, in its place, is the proper language to any single person whatsoever. : Proved by several examples, that are herein laid down by plain Scripture, for the convincing, and stopping the mouths of gain-sayers: many more examples might have been laid down, but what is here mentioned, and proved by Scriptures are sufficient for the same.
R G Active 1600 : The famous historie of Albions queene : VVherein is discoursed King Edwards ielosie, Queene Katherines chastetie, the Duke of Suffolkes loyaltie, and the Barron of Buckinghams treacherie.
R H A Lover Of Truth : A touch-stone, or, Triall and examination of a sermon, preached by Master Haslewood of Sutton at Hone in the county of Kent: : and upon true touch, found to be reprobate silver, (false, and dangerous doctrine) wherein are handled these 3. particulars, 1. The unlawfulness to call any meeting house, the house of God. 2. The church. 3. The temple of God. / By R.H. a lover of truth.
R H Active 1538 : A commentary vpon the seconde epistle of S Paul to the Thessalonia[n]s : In the which besydes the summe of oure faythe, ther is syncerelye handled [and] set forth at large, not onely fyrst co[m]myng vp [and] rysyng with the full properyte [and] dominion, but also the fall and vtter confusion of the kyngdome of Antichriste: that is to say of Machomet [and] the byshop of Rome.
R H Active 1605 : Devote manier om geestelijk pelgrimage te trekken tot het Heilige Land. English
R H Active 1620 : Sarahs sepulture, or A funerall sermon : preached for the Right Honourable and vertuous lady, Dorothie Countesse of Northumberland, at Petworth in Sussex. By Richard Chambers Doctor of Diuinitie.
R H Active 1638 : Nevves from America; or, A new and experimentall discoverie of New England : containing, a true relation of their war-like proceedings these two yeares last past, with a figure of the Indian fort, or palizado. Also a discovery of these places, that as yet have very few or no inhabitants which would yeeld speciall accommodation to such as will plant there, viz. Queenapoik. Agu-wom. Hudsons River. Long Island. Nahanticut. Martins Vinyard. Pequet. Naransett Bay. Elizabeth Islands. Puscat away. Casko with about a hundred islands neere to Casko. By Captaine Iohn Underhill, a commander in the warres there.
R H Robert Hames : Parallels, or, A short discourse between Roman and Reformed Churches : with a plain and easie resolution of doubts, all which are sufficiently proved and instructed to all impartial readers by Scripture and reason ... : whereunto is added by way of post-script a comparison betwixt the popish and heathen gentile-Gods / lately acquired by the solitary labours of R. H.
R H Robert Howlett : The school of recreation, or, The gentlemans tutor : to those most ingenious exercises of hunting, racing, hawking, riding, cock-fighting, fowling, fishing, shooting, bowling, tennis, ringing, billiards / by R.H.
R J Active 1648 : Mercurius anti-mercurius. : Impartially communicating truth, correcting falshood, reproving the wilfull, pittying the ignorant, and opposing all false and scandalous aspersions unjustly cast upon the two honourable Houses of Parliament.
R J Berg : Parlons Affairs, Second Edition, R.-J.Berg
R L Active 1594 : Apologia innocentiæ [et] integritatis R.L. sacræ theologiæ baccalaurei adversus inquissimas E. Osb. transfugæ sacrificuli calumnias ad Academicos Oxonienses
R L S : A Full and true relation of dreadful and terrible storm, that hapned [sic] at Forte St. George, in the East-Indies, on the 3d of November, 1684. / Communicated in a letter to a friend in London, from one belonging to the English factory.
R M C : Quakerisme the path-way to paganisme, or, A vieu of the Quakers religion : being an examination of the theses and apologie of Robert Barclay, one of their number, published lately in Latine, to discover to the world, what that is, which they hold and owne for the only true Christian religion / by John Brown ...
R M Of The Middle Temple Esquire : The just measure of a personall treatie between the Kings Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament. : Grounded on divinity, reason, history, divine and humane, common and civill lawes; with many other authentick authors. By R.M. of the middle Temple, Esquire.