Ball John 1585 1640 Friendly Triall Of The Grounds Tending To Seper : A modest and cleare answer to Mr. Balls discourse of set formes of prayer : set forth in a most seasonable time when this kingdome is now in consultation about matters of that nature, and so many godly long after the resolution in that point / written by the reverend and learned John Cotton ...; Cotton, John,
Ball John 1585 1640 Short Catechism : A catechisme shorter then the short catechisme compiled principally by Mr. Ball : out of which this (for the most part) was taken, or, The epitome and contraction of Mr. Balls short catechisme : also a spirituall song for the Lords Supper, or Communion, put into an ordinary tune ... together with two other hymns or psalms ... / by S.L., M.A. and F.C.C. Camb.; Langley, Samuel,
Ball John 1585 1640 Shorte Catechisme : A treatise of liturgies, power of the keyes, and of matter of the visible church. In answer to the reverend servant of Christ, Mr. John Ball. By Thomas Shephard, sometimes fellow of Emanuel-Colledge in Cambridge, and late pastour of Cambridge in New-England.; Shepard, Thomas,
Ball John 1585 1640 Tryall Of The New Church Way In New England And : A defence of the answer made unto the nine questions or positions sent from New-England, against the reply thereto by that reverend servant of Christ, Mr. John Ball, entituled, A tryall of the new church-way in New-England and in old : wherin, beside a more full opening of sundry particulars concerning liturgies, power of the keys, matter of the visible church, &c., is more largely handled that controversie concerning the catholick, visible church : tending to cleare up the old-way of Christ in New-England churches / by Iohn Allin [and] Tho. Shepard ...; Allin, John,
Ball Robert James : Money, inflation and employment : essays in honour of James Ball / edited by S. Holly.
Ball Thomas 1589 Or 90 1659 : Real comforts, extracted from moral and spiritual principles. : Presented in a sermon, preached at the funeral of that reverend divine Mr. Thomas Ball late minister of Gods Word at Northampton, upon the 21. day of June, A.D. 1659. With a narrative of his life and death. / By John Howes, M.A. rector of Abington near Northampton.; Howes, John,
Ballads Early Works To 1800 : The oracles for war: or, Great Britain admonish'd to maintain our ancient rights by dint of sword : To a new play-house tune.
Ballads Engish 18th Century : Nevv song, warbled out of the oracular oven of Tho. Baker, just after the D. of M--------gh's triumphal procession, thro' the City of London. : To the tune of, Which no body can deny.; Baker, Thomas,
Ballads English 17the Century : [The country miss new come in fashion] or, A farewel to the pockifi'd town-miss. : A country girl in a paragon gown, that never yet knew the tricks of the town ... to an excellent new play-house tune, called, The mock tune to the French rant.
Ballads English England Early Works To 1800 : The quatorse, or, The sorrowful lamentation of the Preston gentlemen in the press-yard, for the loss of P.W. / made by the author, while he was playing at picket ; in imitation of Habby Simson.
Ballads English England Texts Early Works To 1800 : The Sommerset-shire damsel beguil'd, or, The bonny baker chous'd in his bargain : the baker wedded her in hast, and after that was done, [double bracket] she brought him e're five months space a daughter and a son. : To the tune of, The two English travellers.
Ballads English English Early Works To 1800 : The jolly coach-man: or, The buxome taylors wifes late folly. : When wantons they will run astray, and truck for coyn for feathers fine, their fancies thus to feed, sure they are drabs indeed. To the tune of, A jobb for a journeyman shoee-maker.