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Looking glass for all new converts.   2
A looking-glass for all new-converts to whatsoever perswasion : Bernard,  1685 1
A looking-glass for all those called Protestants in these three nations : Wherein they may see, who : Keith, George,  1674 1
Looking glass for atheists and prophane persons. : Donaldson, James,  1698 1
Looking-glass for Baptists. / Howard, Luke, 1621-1699. : Howard, Luke,  1673 1
A looking-glass for baptists: : being a short narrative of their root and rice in Kent; Wherein : Howard, Luke,  1672 1
Looking glass for children.   1673 1
A Looking-glass for children : being a narrative of God's gracious dealings with some little childre   3
Looking-glass for citizens of London   2
Looking-glass for deceivers.   1682 1
A looking-glass for drunkards, or, The good-fellows folly : moderately reproving all such as practis   1674 1
Looking glass for England. : Russel, Robert,  1696? 1
A Looking-glass for England : being an abstract of the bloody massacre in Ireland, by the instigatio   1667 1
A looking-glass for England : wherein is shewn God's mercies and judgments on this sinful nation; : Russel, Robert,  1696? 1
A looking-glass for George Fox the Quaker, and other Quakers; wherein they may see themselves to : Muggleton, Lodowick,  1667 1
A Looking-glass for good women to dress themselves by: : held forth in the life & death of Mrs. Kath : Clarke, Samuel,  1677 1
A looking-glass for informers. Advertisement. : There is this day published a new book discovering:   16--? 1
A looking-glass for King-opposers, or, Twenty admirable examples of Gods severe justice and displeas   2
Looking-glass for kings and princes. : Lloyd, Lodowick,  1659 1
Looking glass for ladies   3
A looking-glass for ladies, or, A mirrour for married-women. : Lively setting forth the rare constan   1679 1
Looking-glass for London. : Lodge, Thomas,    1
Looking-glass for London, and the suburbs thereof. : J. V.  1665 1
Looking-glass for loyallists.   1682 1
A Looking-glass for loyallists, or, The doctrine of the Presbyterians paralell'd with the doctrine o   1682 1
Looking glass for loyalty. : Higham, John,  1675 1
A looking-glass for loyalty, or, The subjects duty to his soveraign : being the substance of several : Higham, John,  1675 1
A looking-glass for maids: or, The downfal of two most desperate lovers. : Henry Hartlove and Willia   2
Looking-glass for persecutors. : Care, Henry,  1687 1
A looking-glass for persecutors : containing multitudes of examples of God's severe, but righteous j   2
Looking-glass for Protestants. : Keith, George,  1674 1
Looking-glass for rebels. : Williams, Gryffith,  1663 1
Looking glass for religious princes. : Claridge, Richard,  1691 1
A looking-glass for religious princes, or, The character and work of Josiah : delivered in a sermon : Claridge, Richard,  1691 1
A looking-glass for saints and sinners, or, An exposition on the second Epistle of Saint John : a mo : Smith, Samuel,  1663 1
Looking-glass for sea-men.   3
Looking-glass for the black-band of doctors.   2
Looking glass for the episcopal people. : Lea, Francis.  1674 1
A looking-glass for the episcopal people : shewing them how they walk contrary to the common-prayer : Lea, Francis.  1674 1
A looking-glass for the Jews : wherein they may clearly see that the Messiah is come, by the prophet : Fox, George,  1674 1
A Looking-glass for the Lord Chancellor, or, A Brief summary of some of his notorious crimes   1688 1
A looking-glass for the Quakers: in two columns : wherein they may in part see themselves, and may b : Pennyman, Joseph.    1
A looking-glass for the recorder and justices of the peace and grand juries for the town and county : Docwra, Anne,  1682 1
Looking glass for the soul   1643 1
Looking glass for the times. : Bishop, George,  1668 1
A looking-glass for the times : being a tract concerning the original and rise of truth and the orig : Bishop, George,  1668 1
A looking-glass for the times : in the tryal and martyrdom of King Charles the I. of glorious memory   1689 1
A looking-glass for the unmarried. : Wherein they may see these 5 things. I. The benefits, helps, an : Bury, Edward,  1697 1
A looking-glass for the wise and foolish, the godly & ungodly : Wherein they may see, how much it co : Ryther, John,  1677 1
Looking-glass for the young academicks. : Phillips, John,  1682 1
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