Jefkins Elizabeth : The true relation of two wonderfull sleepers. : The one a woman in the little old Baily, her name Elizabeth Iefkins, who to the great admiration of the beholders, did sleep from Munday about 4 in the afternoone, July 25. untill the Saturday following, being August the first, at which time she dyed, with a particular relation of the strange passages during the time of her sleep, and the manner of her death. The other, being a man in Gravell-lane, by name John Underwood, hath already slept full nine dayes and nights, and doth still continue sleeping, with the most wonderfull manner of it.
Jelinger Christopher Three Treatises : Usury stated overthrown: or, usuries champions with their auxiliaries, shamefully disarmed and beaten : by an answer to its chief champion, which lately apeared in print to defend it. And Godliness epitomized by Christopher Jelinger, M.A. Beza upon Matth. May a man with a safe conscience lend upon usury? No surely. And holy Usher, Arch-Bishop of Armagh, in his Body of divinity, pag. 300. Q. What is that which we call usury? It is lending in expectation of certain gain. So he well stateth it against usury ill stated by T. P. Q. What do you think of it? If we speak of that properly, which the scripture condemneth, it is a most wicked and unlawful contract; which if we live and die in, without repentance, we are excluded out of the Kingdom of Heaven. Psal. 15.1,5. Ezek. 18.12,13. and chap. 22. But there is much questioning, which is that usury which the scripture condemneth. Therefore it will be our wisdom wholly to forbear it, and not to put our souls, which are of more value than the whole world, upon nice discourses, and subtil distinctions. Thus this holy man.; Jelinger, Christopher.
Jellie Will : Perjury the proof of forgery: or Mr. Crofton's civilitie justified by Cadman's falsitie. : Being a full view, and faithful examination of the several evidences, produced in the extrajudicial process, and malicious endeavors of Capt. Tho. Harrison, John Wildgosse and Will. Jellie, (and other their anti-ministerial confederates) to blast his precious name, never stained, until Tench (the blasphemous constable) by pretence of a justices warrant, brought Mary Cadman before no magistrate, but to the Pye and Hoop tavern in Leaden-Hal-street, before the above named persons, who infused with the spirit of impudent lying and forswearing, and therein maintain her and her wicked father. / By Alethes Noctroff, an eye and ear witness.; Crofton, Zachary,
Jenie William : Thys ys ye last will of me the sayd Wyllyam Jenye : made ye 18 July in the yeare of our Lord godd one thousand fyve hundred and fyfty and four ...; Jenie, William.
Jenings Edw : Berk-shires agent's humble address to the honourable Commissioners for compounding. : Being a true relation and discovery of the unfaithful actings of Tho. Bateman, Edw. Jenings, & Jo. Rusden, in relation to the trust to them committed in the county of Berks, whereof they are sub-commissioners for managing the sequestrations therein. Whereunto is annexed an extract of all the orders, ordinances and Acts of Parliament, from April 1. 1643. to this day, giving instructions in and about sequestrations, and commanding obedience from all therein employed. All which the said Commissioners have contemned and trampled upon as also their oath; as will clearly appear be a true and perfect narrative (hereunto added) of their words and actions in and about the sequestrations, tending to the dishonor of the Parliament, and very great disservice of this Commonwealth. / Drawn up in behalf and for the good of this Commonwealth, by Christopher Cheesman, with an epistle to the sincere and single-hearted people in Berk-shire.; Cheesman, Christopher.
Jenison Robert 1584 1652 : The ancient doctrine of the Church of England maintained in its primitive purity. Containing a justification of the XXXIX. articles of the Church of England, against papists and schismaticks : The similitude and harmony betwixt the Romane Catholick, and the heretick, with a discovery of their abuses of the fathers, in the first XVI ages, and the many heresies introduced by the Roman Church. Together with a vindication of the antiquity and universality of the ancient Protestant faith. Written long since by that eminent and learned divine Daniel Featly D.D. Seasonable for these times.; Lynde, Humphrey,
Jenkyn William 1613 1685 Allotrioepiskopos : Neophytopresbyteros, or, The yongling elder, or, novice-presbyter. : Compiled more especially for the Christian instruction and reducement of William Jenkin, a young presbyter, lately gone astray like a lost sheep from the wayes of modesty, conscience and truth. And may indifferently serve for the better regulation of the ill governed Society of Sion Colledge. Occasioned by a late importune pamphlet, published in the name of the said William Jenkin, intituled Allotrioepiskopos; the said pamphlet containing very little in it, but what is chiefly reducible to one, or both, of those two unhappy predicaments of youth, ignorance, & arrogance. Clearly demonstrated by I.G. a servant of God and men in the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ. Wherein also the two great questions, the one, concerning the foundation of Christian religion: the other, concerning the power of the naturall man to good supernaturall, are succinctly, yet satisfactorily discussed. With a brief answer in the close, to the frivolous exceptions made by C B. against Sion Colledge visited, in a late trifling pamphlet, called, Sion Colledge what it is, &c.; Goodwin, John,
Jenkyn William 1613 1685 Celeusma Seu Clamor Ad Theologos Hierarchi : Edmundi Elisii, Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ Presbyteri, ad Samuelem Parkerum, S.T.P. : Epistola tertia. : Cui accesserunt epistola ad authorem libelli cujusdam cui titulus, Dr. Stillingfleet against Dr. Stillingfleet : ac breviuscula parænesis ad authorem Celeusmatis, seu clamoris ad theologos, &c.; Elys, Edmund,
Jenner Thomas Active 1631 1656 Quakerism Anatomizd And Confuted : A serious apology for the principles & practices of the people call'd Quakers : against the malicious aspertions, erronious doctrines, and horrid blasphemies of Thomas Jenner and Timothy Taylor, in their book, entituled, Quakerism anatomiz'd and confuted, divided into two parts / by George Whitehead, and William Penn.; Whitehead, George,
Jenness Diamond : Boat building in Winterton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.; Taylor, David A.
Jennings Henry Protestant Arch Deacon Of Dromore : An answer to the challenge of Mr. Henry Jennings (Protestant Arch-Deacon of Dromore) : which evidently makes-out the present Church of Romes doctrine to have been maintain'd in the first five ages, & the adversarys principles to be only a heap of heresies lawfully condemn'd by the primitive Church. To which is annexed An answer to one Whealy. Set forth by James O Shiell reader of Divinity.; O'Sheill, James.