Spencer William Of Wrexham : Truth cleared, and the deceit made manifest or, An answer to a printed paper : wherein are certaine untruths and false aspersions, cast upon a people, called Quakers, by some members of the church of Wrexham in Wales. With some questions answered: with other false accusations cast upon us, by one whose name is subscribed in print, Mr. Vavasor Powel, who is one of the chief priests of Wales, being in the generation of the scribes and pharisees. Let him that reads understand and he shall see it so. And likewise an answer to other slanders and false reports upon the same people, whom reproachfully they call Quakers, but we rather chuse to suffer reproaches, slanders, and false reports with the people of God, then to deny the power of God made manifest in us. By his servant who seeks the freedoms of Israels children, after the spirit, whom the world calls. Rich. Hubberthorn.; Hubberthorn, Richard,
Spenser Benjamin Vox Civitatis : Vox ruris reverberating vox civitatis : complaining this yeare 1636, without cause, against the countrie. Wherein 1. The cities first complaint in the yeare 1625. is in the generall heads repeated, approved, and compared with the countries estate. 2.The scribe thereof vindicated. 3. The publisher of it this yeare rebuked. 4. The last edition disallowed. 5. The citie childrens behaviour in the countrie reprooved. Taken from her owne common report, and written by Notarius Rusticus.; Rusticus, Notarius.
Spenser Edmund 1552 1599 Faerie Queen : Observations on the 22. stanza in the 9th canto of the 2d book of Spencers Faery queen : full of excellent notions concerning the frame of man, and his rationall soul / written by the right noble and illustrious knight Sir Kenelme Digby ...; Digby, Kenelm,
Spenser Edmund 1552 1599 Fairie Queene : Spencer redivivus containing the first book of the Fairy queen : his essential design preserv'd, but his obsolete language and manner of verse totally laid aside deliver'd in heroick numbers / by a person of quality.
Sphere Early Works To 1800 : Astronomia anglicana : containing an absolute and entire piece of astronomy. Wherein is succinctly handled the trigonometrical part, generally propounded, and particularly apply'd in all questions tending to diurnal motion, especially respecting the main doctrine of the second motions of the luminaries, and the other planets; together with their affections, as eclipses, &c. Composed according to the best observations, and grounded upon the most rational hypothesis yet constituted. With new, facile, and most exact tables, whereby the planets places may speedily be attained, both in longitude and latitude for any time past, present, or to come; and precepts for calculating eclipses, yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any heretofore extant. Fitted to the meridian of the most famous and ancient metropolis London, and chiefly intended for the use of our English nation. By Nicholas Greenwood, ... and professor of physick.; Greenwood, Nicholas,
Spherical Projection : The manner of finding of the true sum of the infinite secants of an arch, by an infinite series : which being found and compared with the sum of the secants found, by adding of the secants of whole minutes ... do plainly demonstrate that Mr. Edward Wright's nautical planisphere is not a true projection of the sphere / by Richard Norris, mariner.; Norris, Richard,
Spherical Trigonometry : The manner of finding of the true sum of the infinite secants of an arch, by an infinite series : which being found and compared with the sum of the secants found, by adding of the secants of whole minutes ... do plainly demonstrate that Mr. Edward Wright's nautical planisphere is not a true projection of the sphere / by Richard Norris, mariner.; Norris, Richard,