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Twelve Books of Mr. Jeremiah Bar and tenth Chapters of Hofea.
Horea, being now compleat.
*The Rare Jewel of Christian Con- Mr. Burroughs bis fifty nine Sermons terlment, on Phil. 4. 11. Wherein is on Mattb. 11, 28, 29, 30, Are thewed, i What Contentment is. 2 It Printed, is an Holy art and Mystery. 3 The Ex cellencies of it. 4 The Evil of the con
A Godly and Frucicrary lin of Murmuring, and the Ago gravations of it.
ful Exposition, on the Wherein is thewed, The right man: first Epiftle of Peter.
must be a-
Mr Rogers on Naaman
denial and Faith. Ś A' Treatise of Earthly-minded Mr. Rogers bis Treatise of Marri. neß:Wherein is thewed, What Earth- age. ly-mindedness is, 2. The great Evil The Wonders of the Loadstone. thereof, on Phil. 3. part of the 19.vers. By Samuel Ward of Ipswich. Also to the fame Book is joyned, A Treatise of Heavenly-mindednes, and
An Exposition on the walifying with God,on Gen. 5. 24. and on Phil.z. 20.
Gospel of the Evange 6 An Expo frion on the fourth, fifth, fixth, and seventh Chapters of the list St. Matthew.
By Prophesie of Hofea. 7 An Expofition on the cighth,ninth, Mr.Ward,
And particularly, In hearing the Word, By Mr. John Rogers,
The Discipline of the Church in , Yeers, having been eigbe times princes, Nero-England: By the Churches and though al the former Impresfions wade Synod'cbere.
ced the Nature, Causes, Signs and Dif
ferences of the Diseases, and had only The Wist Virgins Lamp Burning; the Medicines for the cure for them; as Or, Gods sweet incomes of Love to a 'plainly appears by the Authors Epißlei gracious Soul waiting for him. Pab- 25. A Sure Guide to Physick and Jiled by Mr. Thomas Weld, Iste.of Chyrurgery: That is to say, The Arts New-England.
of Healing by Medicine, and Manual
Operation. Being an Anatomical De Twelve new Books in one Volum of Icription of the whol body of Man and Nich, Culpeper, All called the its parts, with their Respeaive diseases, Idea of Practical Pbyfick. dimonftrared from the Fabrick and use
of the said Parts. In Six Books of 1 The art to preserve 1::alth. Riolanus, translased, and adorned with 2 The preternatural disorder of an hundred eighty four Figures cur in
mans body, and their Signs. Brass. 3 Of Medicamenes.
26 Vilingus Anatomy of the Bodj of 4 Of the art of Healing.
Man;Wherein is exaâly described,che. s Of the general Cure of Diseases. several Parts of the Body of Mao, illu6 Of External Diseases.
Itrated with very many larger Brass 2 Of Feavers.
Places than ever was in English before. 8 Of Head Diseases.
27 A Translation of the New dispen9. Of middle Belly Diseases. Satory; made by the Colledg of Phyficie 10 Of Lower belly Diseasesi ans of London. Whereunto is added
11 OF Venemous Discases. The Key to Galens Method of Phyfick; 12 of Childrens Diseases..
28 The English Phyftian enlarged.
being an Astrologo-Phy Gcal Discourse Thirty, four.Books of Nich. Culpeper, of the vulgar Herbs of this Nacion;
Gent. Student in Physick and wherein is stewed how to care a mans Aftrologie, formerly published, self of moft Diseases incident to Mans
Body, with sach things as grow in The fol A Tewnty four Books. Are all England, and for three pence charge, called the Practice of Physick, Wherein Allo in the fame Book is thewed; is plainly set forth, The Nature, Cause,: The time of gathering al Herbs, , Đifferences, and several sorts of Signs ; | both Vulgarly and Altrologically Together with the Cyre of al DiseasesThe way, of drying, and keeping in the Body of Man. Being a Transla- them and their Juyces. 3. The way tion of the Works of that Learned and of making and keeping al manner of Renowned Do&or, Lazarus Riverius, useful Compounds, made of those. Dow living; Councellor and Physician Herbs. The way of mixing the Me. to the present King of France. Above dicines according to the Cause, and fiftcen thousand of the said Books in Mixture of the Disease, and the para Latin bave been fold in a very few of the Body afdi&cd.
29 A Dire&tory for Midwives, or a william Laud, then Bishop of CanterGuide for women. Newly enlarged bury: by the Author in every sheet, and illu- Abrahams Offer, Gods Offering : Itrated with divers new Places. Being a Sermon by Mr. Herle, before
30 Galers Art of Phyfick, with a the Lord Major of London. large Comment
Mr. Spurstows Sermon, being a är New Method both of studying Pattern of Repencance. and pra@ising Physick.
Englands Deliverance from the 32 A Treatise of the Rickets, being Northern Presbitery, compared with A Disease common
Children its Deliverance from the Roman Pae whereio is Thewed, i The Efence, picy. In a Sermon on the 5 of Nov. 2 The Causes, 3 The Signs, 4 The 1651. before the Parliament. By
3 Remedies of che Disease • Published Peter Sterry. in Latin by Dr. Glison, Dr. Bates
The Way of God with his People and Dr. Regemorter, translated into in these Nations. Opened in a English, And corre&ed by N. Cul Thanksgiving Sermon', preached on peper.
thes of Novemb. 1656. before the 33 Medicaments for the Poor, Or Right Honorable, the High Court of Physick for the Common People.
Parliament. By Peter Sterry. 34 Health for the Rich and Poor, Mr. Sympsons Sermon at Westminste by Dyet without Phylick
Mr. Peaks Sermon before che Lord
Major. The London Dispensatory in Folio, The Best and Worst Magifrate. By of a large Chara&er in Latine. Obadiah Sedgwick. A Sermon.
The London Dispensatory in twelves, A Sacred Panegyrick. By Stepben a smal Pocket Book in Latine. Martial. A Sermon.
The Craft and Cruelty of the Six Sermons preached by Dr. Churches Adversaries. By Matthew Hill. Viz
Newcomin. A Sermon. 1 The Beauty and Sweetness of an The Magiftrates Support and BarOlive Branch of Peace, and Brotherly den. By Mr. John Cordel. A Sermon. Accommodation budding:
Mr. Owens stedfastness of the Pro. 2 Truch and Love happily married mises. A Sermon. che Church of Christ.
Mr. Pbillips Treatise of Hell. 3 The Spring of Atrengthening
of Christs Genealogy Grace in the Rock of Ages Chritt The Cause of our Divifions disco: Iclus.
veted, and the Cure propounded. 4 The strength of the Saints to King Charls his Case, or an Appeal make Iesus Christ their strength. to al Rational men concerning his
s. The Beft and Worft of Pan. tryal. 6 Gods Eternal preparation for his A Relation of the Barbadoes. Dying Saints.
A Relation of the Repentance and
Conversion of the Indians in News A Commemoration of King Charls England : by Mr. Eliot, and Mr. his laauguration. In a Sermon, By Mahevo.
A Congregational Church is a Ca- D.. Sibbs on the Philippians. tholick Vilible Church. By Saniel Vox Pacifice, or a Perswalive to Scone in New England
Peace A Treatise of Politick Powers, Dr. Prestons Saints submission, and wherein seven Questions are answered, Satans Overthrow. i Whereof Power is made, and for Pious Mins Pra&ice in Parliament what ordained. 2 Whether Kings time. and Governors have an Absolute Po- Berriffs Military Discipline. wer over the People. 3. Whether The Immortality of Maas Soul. Kings and Governors be lubje& to the The Anatomilt Anatomized. Laws of God, or the Laws of their The Bishop of Canterbury's Speech Country: 4 How far the People are on the Scaffold. to obey their Governors. Whether The King's Speech on the Scafal the People have, be their Governors.fold. 6 Whether it be Lawful to depose an A Looking Glass for the Anabapo cvil Governor. 7 What Confidence tists. is to be given to Princes
Woodwards Sacred Ballance. The Compassionate Samarican. Di. Owen againk Mr. Baxter.
ERRATA. In the Book of Unbelief, Or, Want of Readines. &c,
. Apoftler. Disciples, P: 38.1. 1. for hisr. its, p. 94.1. 25. for an equal r. as equal, in that same p. 3 laft l. one thing twice, P. 103.19 for condemning the r. condemnation of the ibid. l. 11. for speaks in r. speaks of, p. 105.6. 13. för pat offr. put offs, ibid. 1. 35. for promiles r.promises, p. 106.1. 13. for ther. their peace, ibid. l. 20. for prince r. promise, ibid. l. 28. for upon cleer evidence r, that you must have cleer evidence, p.107.6. 32. for as bonds r, as to suffer bonds, p. 110.6. 3. for ebat unto 7. you unco, p. 119.6. 28. for bas need r. had need, p. 118.1. 13. for lo as r.co much which p. 124.1. 13. for thercof r. therefore.
In the Book of Not going to Cbriffor Salvation, a great Sin.. Age 3. l. 31. for affeâion 1. affe&ions, p. s.l. 16. for ignorandy r. ignor
, 7. Thould, p. 36.l. 1. for these are yo there are, p. 31.1. 19. at can make a comma, clier, that you can, then read p. 46.6.23. for jubjc&st. subje&s, p. 76.1.7. for I Mall as r. as I shall, p. 101.1.30. for hater.hath, 2.114.611. for God Thould r. that God thould, p. 115.6. 33. for acknowledg ke our r. acknowledg out p. 120, 1. 10. for three r. third.
HAP. I. The Fervency of Christs love.
The division of the Text. Thé Text reconciled
with I Cor. 15. 5. and John 20. 24. What
Faith is in general. How this Faith is
distinguifised: 1. Historical Faith.2. Temporary
Faith. Why so called. z. Faith of Miracles.
This is of Two forts: First, A&tive. Secondly,
Wherein Historical and Saving Faith
agree ; and wherein they differ. Wherein Tempo-
rary and Saving Faith agree ; and wherein
they differ. W bat that Faith is, of wbich the
Unbelief bere upbraided is a want. What kind
of Unbeliefthis is.
Cháp, 3: W bar upbraiding is. Three thingrin it:
An Obje&tion Answered. Unbelief against all the
Attributes of God. The best way to deal oth Un-:
Chap." . Application. Let us chide our sélves for
our Unbelief. Several Obječtions answered. 24