Apostles History : The apostolical history : containing the acts, labours, travels, sermons, discourses, miracles, successes, and sufferings of the Holy Apostles from Christ's ascention to the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus : a brief description whereof is here inserted : also, a narration of the particular times and occasions upon which the apostolical epistles were written, together with a brief analytical paraphrase of them : to which is added (for the better understanding of this history) a map of the Apostle Paul's travels ... / by Samuel Cradock.; Cradock, Samuel,
Apostolic Succession History Of Doctrines Early Works To 1800 : The determination of the qvestion, concerning the divine right of episcopacie. / By the famous and learned divine Dr. Abrahamus Scultetus, late professour of divinity in the University of Heidelberg. Faithfully translated out of his observations upon the epistles to Timothy and Titus.; Scultetus, Abraham,
Apparitions Anecdotes : A Relation of a strange apparition in an ale-house next doore to the White Horse, against Sommerset-House in the strand : where a company of papists were at their exercises : as is conceived the devill in an ugly black shape disturbing them, and tea-ring the rugge and scattering it in pieces up and down the roome : with a relation of a iudgement that strangely fell umpon one at Mr. Mundayes house in Little Brittaine : who whilst he was cursing of Mr. Burton, Mr. Prinne and doctor Bastwicke his eares fell a bleeding to the amazement of the beholders.
Apparitions Anecdotes Early Works To 1800 : The Most strange, wonderful and surprizing apparition, or, The ghost of General C---n : which appeared to the man who wore the yellow sash at the battle of Dettingen.
Apparitions England History 17th Century : A Full and true account of a strange apparition : that [for] two months past hath frequently appeared and haunted the house of Mr. S----ge in Cherrey-Tree-Alley near [--]nhill-Fields by the Artillery-wall in the county of Middlesex.
Apparitions England Kensington Early Works To 1800 : Strange and wonderful news from Kensington. : Being a most full and true relation how a maid there, is supposed to have been carryed away by an evil spirit, on VVednesday the 15th. of April lsat, about midnight. With the manner of the spirits appearing to her several times before, as she related, tempting her to cheat and tob her master, and giving her a key to come at his money, and diverse other strange and remarkable circumstances. With allowance.
Apparitions Flanders Early Works To 1800 : A true and impartial relation of a wonderful apparition : that happen'd in the royal camp in Flanders, the beginning of this instant September, 1692, concerning King William. / In a letter to a gentleman in London, from his friend, a captain in the King's camp.
Apparitions France Early Works To 1800 : Strange nevves from France, or, the copie of a letter which was sent from thence to the ordinary ambassador for the King of France, : unto his Majesty of great Brittaine, who lyes in Lincolnes Inne-Fields, Febr. 8. 1641. Wherein is set downe a true relation of a most wonderfull apparition and terrible spectacle that was seene upon a mountaine in Province, February 4. 1641. Vnto the amazement of all the spectators, to the number of above two thousand. Faithfully translated into English, according to the French copie. By W. V. Gent.; Riville, P.
Apparitions Humour Early Works To 1800 : A Relation of a strange apparition in an ale-house next doore to the White Horse, against Sommerset-House in the Strand; where a company of papists were at their exercises : as is conceived the Devill in an ugly black shape disturbing them, and tearing the rugge, and scattering it in pieces up and down the room. With a relation of a iudgement that strangely fell upon one at Mr. Mundayes house in Little Brittaine; who whilst he was cursing of Mr. Burton, Mr. Prinne, and doctor Bastwicke, his eares fell a bleeding, to the amazement of the beholders.
Apparitions Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Irelands amazement, or the heavens armado. : Being a true relation of two strange and prodigious wonders or apparitions, which was seene over the city of Dublin, the one Decemb. 24. and the other Decemb. 30. 1641. Which appeared in the heavens like to an host of armed men with great ordnance as it were giving fire, and all other furniture for warre, with other fearefull signes. Which strange visions put the city and inhabitants into great astonishment and feare. And may serve as a warning peece for England in these troublesome and distracted times.
Apparitions Poetry : Strange and true news from Westmoreland. : Being a true relation of one Gabriel Harding, who coming home drunk, struck his wife a blow on the breast, and killed her outright, and then denyed the same: likewise how a stranger did come to the house clothed in green, the people that were eye witnesses said it was an angel; and how the stranger or angel did give sentence on the man for killing of his wife: also how Satan did break the mans neck that did forswear himself, and the stranger or angel did command Satan to hurt none else, and to vanish; then did the stranger cloathed in green take his leave of the people; whereof the chiefest in the parish desired it might be put into print, and have hereunto set their hands. Tune is, In summer time.
Appartitions Early Works To 1800 : Two most strange wonders; : the one is a true relation of an angel appearing to Mr James Wise minister in York-shire, and the many strange and wonderful visions which he at that time beheld; as also his prophecies concerning some years of plenty, and a great dearth presently afterwards to ensue; with the burning and utter destruction of many goodly towns and countries. The other being a most fearful judgment which befell Dorothy Matley of Ashover in the County of Derby on Saturday the 23. of March last, who having couzened a poor lad of two single pence, wish't that the ground might bury her alive if she had it, which presently came to pass, for the ground opened and swallowed her and the tub she washed lead-ore in. The truth of this wonder is here incerted by Mr. Iddolls minister; Tho. Riche, Henry Wapping kinsman to her, Giles VVinter, Tho. Smith, Francis Brown and many others.
Appellate Courts England Early Works To 1800 : Some reasons humbly offered to the King, Lords and Commons in Parliament : by Wa. Williams of the Middle-Temple Esq; for passing the bill entitled, An act for the better reviewing of causes in Chancery and other courts of equity.; Williams, Walter,