Navigation Terminology Early Works To 1800 : The lighting colomne or sea-mirrour, : containing the sea-coasts of the northern, eastern and western navigation; setting forth in divers necessarie sea-cards all the ports, rivers, bayes, roads. Depths and sands; very curiously placed on its due polus-heighth [sic] furnished with the discoveries of the chief countries, and on what cours and distance they ley one from another: ... whereunto is added a brief instruction of the art of navigation, together with new tables of the suns declination, also an almanack extending untill the yeare 1675.; Colom, Jacob Aertsz,
Navigation Thailand History : Windjammers under the old Elephant flag : notes about the old Siamese merchant navy, 1824-1900.; Holm-Petersen, Frode.
Navy Yards And Naval Stations England Early Works To 1800 : The path-way to peace and profit, or, Truth in its plain dress : wherein is methodically set forth a sure and certain way for the more speedy and effectual building and repairing their Majesties Royal Navy, by such means, as may be saved more than one hundred thousand pound per annum : together with a proposed method for the raising and saving of moneys for monthly payments accordingly : as also proper rules and methods, observable toward the making a regulation in their majesties yards / by George Everett ...; Everett, George,
Naylor James 1617 1660 Answer To A Book Called The Quakers Catechis : The Quakers quaking principles examined and refuted : in a briefe answer to some erroneous tenets held forth by James Naylor in his answers unto Mr Baxter, and some others that have publikely opposed that blacke spirit in the deluded Quakers. Wherein is also included a serious admonition, how wee ought to behave our selves towards the ministers of the gospell, in respect of communicating unto them; and for giving to the poore, so as the Gospell requires: and to beware of covetousnesse, and the effects thereof, least wee be left of God, and delivered up unto strong delusions, and a blasphemous spirit instead of the spirit of God. The heads of the whole discourse are also premised. / Written by Ellis Bradshavve.; Bradshaw, Ellis.
Naylor James 1617 1660 Answer To The Booke Called The Perfect Phari : A further discovery of that generation of men called Qvakers : by way of reply to an answer of James Nayler to The perfect Pharisee : wherein is more fully layd open their blasphemies, notorious equivocations, lyings, wrestings of the Scripture, raylings and other detestable principles and practices ... / published for the building up of the perseverance of the saints till they come to the end of their faith, even the salvation of their soules.; Weld, Thomas,
Naylor James 1617 1660 Deceit Brought To Day Light : A looking-glasse for the Quakers, wherein they may behold themselves; and others also may behold their pernicious ways. Or, Deceit returned upon the deceivers heads. : Being an answer to James Naylor's pretended answer to Thomas Collier's book, called, A dialogue between a minister and a Christian. Wherein the truths asserted in that dialogue are clearly proved; and James Naylor and the Quakers are proved to be the liers and deceivers; and so indeed they have made lies their refuge, and under falshood have they hid themselves. Here is likewise a relation of James Naylor's exaltation in the west, where the Quakers proclaimed him Christ; but have now found a Christ without them.; Collier, Thomas,
Naylor James 1617 1660 Dispute Between James Nayler And The Parish : Strong comforts for weak Christians with due cautions against presumption : being the substance of some sermons lately preached at Chesterfield / by John Billingsley ; to which is annexed The grand Quaker prov'd a grosse liar, or, A short replie to a little pamphlet intituled A dispute between James Nayler and the parish teachers of Chesterfield, by a challenge against him, &c. / by the same author.; Billingsley, John,
Naylor James 1617 1660 Love To The Lost : A vindication of truth, : as held forth in a book, entituled, Love to the lost, from the lies, slanders and deceits of T. Higgenson, in a book, called, A testimony to thc [sic] true Iesus. But he is discovered to hold forth another Iesus then what the Scriptures hold forth, or the saints witness. / I.N.; Naylor, James,
Naylor James 1617 1660 Satans Designs Discovered : An antidote against the spreading infections of the spirit of Antichrist, abounding in these last days under many vizors : being a discovery of a lying and antichristian spirit in some of those called Quakers ... in relation of what passed in writing between them, and Thomas Moore, Junior, after and upon occasion of a meeting at Glentworth, with the sum of what was discoursed at that meeting also ... / by Tho. Moore, Junior.; Moore, Thomas,
Naylor James 1617 1660 Second Answer To Thomas Moore To That Which : An antidote against the spreading infections of the spirit of Antichrist, abounding in these last days under many vizors : being a discovery of a lying and antichristian spirit in some of those called Quakers ... in relation of what passed in writing between them, and Thomas Moore, Junior, after and upon occasion of a meeting at Glentworth, with the sum of what was discoursed at that meeting also ... / by Tho. Moore, Junior.; Moore, Thomas,
Naylor James 1617 1660 Weaknes Above Wickednes And Truth Above Subt : Innocency above impudency: or, The strength of righteousness exalted, above the Quakers weakness and wickedness; : in a reply to a lying pamphlet, call'd Weakness above wickedness: published by J. Nayler, in answer to a book, entituled, The Quakers quaking. By which his notorious lyes are made manifest, and the truth of the said book justified: / by Jeremiah Ives.; Ives, Jeremiah,