Fireworks England London Early Works To 1800 : By the Mayor to the Alderman of the ward of [blank] : it being represented to me, that several rude and disorderly persons have already begun, in a riotous and tumultuous manner, to throw squibs, serpents, and other fire-works, in and about the streets of this city, to the great terrour, as well as endangering the lives of His Majesty's subjects, the apparent breach of the peace, and the scandal and dishonour of the government of the city.; City of London (England).
Firmin Giles 1614 1697 Scripture Warrant Sufficient Proof : The infants advocate : against the cruel doctrine of those Presbyterians who hold, that the greatest part of dying infants shall be damned : in answer to a book of Mr. Giles Firmin's entituled, Scripture warrant, &c. / by Tho. Grantham.; Grantham, Thomas,
Firmin Giles 1614 1697 Serious Question Stated : A sober ansvver, to a serious question. Propounded by Mr. G. Firmin minister of the church in Shalford in Essex. viz. Whether the ministers of England are bound, by the Word of God, to baptise the children of all such parents, which say, they believe in Jesus Christ: but are grosly ignorant, scandalous in their conversation, scoffers at godliness, and refuse to submit to church-discipline, the negative is not sufficiently defended. Which may serve also as an appendix to the diatribe with Mr. Hooker, lately published, concerning the baptisme of infants, of parents not confœderate. By Daniel Cavvdrey pastour of the church at Great Billing in Northampton-shire. Licensed, printed, and entred, according to order.; Cawdrey, Daniel,
Firmin Giles 1614 1697 Socinian Manuscript : A second defence of the propositions by which the doctrine of the Holy Trinity is so explained : according to the ancient fathers, as to speak it not contradictory to natural reason : in answer to a Socinian manuscript, in a letter to a friend : together, with a third defence of those propositions, in answer to the newly published reflexions, contained in a pamphlet, entituled, A letter to the reverend clergy of both universities / both by the author of those propositions.; Fowler, Edward,
Firmin Giles 1614 1697 Stablishing Against Shaking : Stablishing against quaking, thrown down, and overturned, and no defence found against it; or an answer to a book (called Stablishing against quaking) put forth by Giles Firmin, a professed minister in Essex. : Wherein his many lyes, and slanders, are rebuked and witnessed against, and all his thirteen arguments confounded, and clearly confuted; and he manifestly proved a false prophet in several particulars. As in his call, and maintainance. And while he hath thought to discover the Prince of darknesse in others, he is found secretly lodging in his own house, and powerfully working in him, and is found truly guilty himself, of that, whereof he falsely accuses the innocent people called Quakers, who are Gods faithful witnesses, against this subtile generation; though for a moment they are a prey to the seed of evill doers, and a reproach to lying tongues. / By a friend to Israels common-wealth, called, Edward Burrough.; Burrough, Edward,
First Aid In Illness And Injury Early Works To 1800 : Helps for suddain accidents endangering life : By which those that liue farre from physitions or chirurgions may happily preserue the life of a poore friend or neighbour, till such a man may be had to perfect the cure. Collected out of the best authours for the generall good, by Stephen Bradvvell. physition.; Bradwell, Stephen.
First Communion Instruction And Study : Certaine necessarie instructions meet to be taught the yonger sort before they come to partakers of the holy communion ; Certaine articles very necessarie to be knowen of all yong schollers of Christes schoole / done by D.W. Archd.; D. W.,
First Loves In Literature Early Works To 1800 : The west-country jigg: or, Love in due season. : A longing maid which had a mind to marry, complaining was, that she so long should tarry; at length a brisk young lad did chance to spy her, and liking of her well, resolv'd to try her: and courting her, and vowing to be constant, they there clapt up a bargain in an instant. To a pleasant new tune, called, New Exeter. With allowance.