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H. S, Henry Stubbe
Real well-wisher to both societies
S, H.
S, Henry Stubbe
Stubbe, H.
Stubbe, Henricus
Stubbe, Henry
Stubbes, Henry
Stubbs, H.
Stubbs, Henry
Stubs, Henry
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1632-1676
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Hills, Henry (I, Londen)
Matar, N. I. (1949-)
Matar, Nabil I. (1949-)
Nicastro, Onofrio
Raylton, Tace Sowle
Real well-wisher to both societies, A (1632-1676; see also from)
Real well-wisher to both societies, A (other; 1632-1676; see also from)
Shairani, Mahmud Khan (1880-1946)
Starkey, John (Londen)
Università degli studi Sienne, Italie, Facoltà di lettere e filosofia
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(1659)*
(1662)*
(1670)*
(1671)*
(1672)*
account of the rise and progress of Mahometanism, An : with the life of Mahomet and a vindication of him and his religion from the calumnies of the Christians
account of the rise and progress of Mahometanism, with the life of Mahomet, An : and a vindication of him and his religion from the calumnies of the Christians : from a manuscript copied by Charles Hornby ..., in 1705 "with some variations and additions"
account of the rise and progress of Mahometanism with the life of Mohamet and a vindication of him and his religion from the calumnies of the Christians, An
Apothecaries plea.
Campanella revived, or, An enquiry into the history of the Royal Society ... 1670:
censure upon certain passages contained in the History of the Royall Society, as being destructive to the established religion and Church of England., A
Deliciae poetarum Anglicanorum in Graecvm versae, 1658:
essay in defence of the good old cause, or A discourse concerning the rise and extent of the power of the civil magistrate in reference spiritual affairs., An
further iustification of the present war against the United Netherlands, A : illustrated with sculptures
further iustification of the present war against the United Netherlands. Illustrated with several sculptures., A
further justification of the present war, A
Further justification of the present war against the United Netherlands
Henry Stubbe and the beginnings of Islam : the Originall & progress of Mahometanism
Henry Stubbe, radical Protestantism, and the early Enlightenment, 1983:
Indian nectar, or A discourse concerning chocolata., The
justification of the present war against the United Netherlands, A : Wherein the declaration of his majesty is vindicated, and the war proved to be Just, Honourable and Necessary ... The dominion of the sea explained, and his majesties rights thereunto asserted; the obligations of the Dutch to England, and their continual ingratitude a : Illustrated with sculptures : In answer to a Dutch treatise entituled, Considerations upon the present state of the United Netherlands : By an English man [Henry Stubbe]
justification of the present war against the United Netherlands, A : wherein the declaration of his majesty is vindicated, and the war proved to be just, honourable, and necessary. The dominion of the sea explained, and his majesties rights thereunto asserted. The obligations of the Dutch to England, and their continual ingratitude. Illustrated with sculptures, in answer to a Dutch treatise intituled, Considerations upon the present state of the United Netherlands
justification of the present war against the United Netherlands. Wherein the Declaration of his majesty is vindicated, and the war proved to be just, honourable, and necessary ... Illustrated with sculptures. In answer to a Dutch treatise entitulated, Considerations upon the present state of the United Netherlands., A
Legend ... 1670.
Legends no histories, or a Specimen of some animadversions upon the history of the Royal society, wherein, besides several errors against common literature, sundry mistakes about the making of salt-petre and gun-powder are detected and rectified ; whereunto are added two discourses, one of Pietro Sardi, and another of Nicolas Tartaglia... translated out of Italian, with a brief account of those passages of the authors life which the "virtuosi" intended most to censure and expatiate upon... together with the "Plus ultra" of Mr Joseph Glanvill reduced to a "non-plus"... by Henry Stubbe,...
Lettere di Henry Stubbe a Thomas Hobbes (8 luglio 1656-6 maggio 1657)
Letteredi Henry Stubbe a Thomas Hobbes, 8 luglio 1656-6 maggio 1657
Lex talonis, sive, Vindicæ pharmacoporum, or, A short reply to Dr. Merrett's book and others written against apothecaries wherein may be discovered the frauds and abuses committed by doctors professing and practising pharmacy.
light shining out of darkness, or occasional queries submitted to the Judgment of such as would enquire into the true state of things in our times ... with a brief apology for the Quakers, that they are not inconsistent with magistracy, A
Lord Bacons Relation of the sweating-sickness examined in a reply to George Thomson... Together with a defence of phlebothomy in general, and also particularly in the plague, smallpox, scurvey and pleurisie, in opposition to the same author, and the author of "Medela medicinae", Dr. Whitaker, and Dr. Sydenham. Also a relation concerning the strange symptomes happening upon the bite of an adder, and a reply, by way of preface to the calumnies of Eccebolius Glanvile. By Henry Stubbe,..., The
Malice rebuked, 10
Malice rebuked, or A character of Mr. Richard Baxters abilities. And a vindication of the honourable Sr. Henry Vane from his aspersions in his Key for Catholicks
Medice cura teipsum! 1671:
Medice cura tepisum, or, The apothecaries plea in some short and modest animadversions upon a late tract entituled A short view of the frauds and abuses of the apothecaries and the onely remedy by physicians making their own medicines, by Christopher Merret
Plus ultra" reduced to a "non plus", or a Specimen of some animadversions upon the "Plus ultra" of Mr. Glanvill, wherein sundry errors of some "virtuosi" are discovered, the credit of the Aristotelians in part re-advanced, and enquiries made about... [various subjects] by Henry Stubbe,..., The "
Reply unto the letter written to Mr. Henry Stubbe in defense of the History of the Royal society, whereunto is added a preface against Ecebolius Glanvill, and an answer to the letter of Dr. Henry More, containing a reply to the untruthes he hath publish'd, and a censure of the cabbalo-pythagorical philosophy, by him promoted..., A
Select observations on English bodies ... 1679:
vindication of that prudent and honourable knight [[henry vane the elder|sir henry vane']]' (1659)*
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