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Author of The monthly account
Author of The satyr against hypocrites
Guide to the inferiour clergy
J. P, John Phillips
Knight of the Oracle
Montelion (Knight of the Oracle)
Monthly account, Author of the
Nephew of the late Mr. John Milton
P, John Phillips
Phillips, John ((author))
Satyr against hypocrites, Author of the
Casas, Bartolomé de las (1474-1566)
Crouch, Nathaniel (1632?-1725)
Dugard, William (1606-1662))
Howard, Leon (1903-1982))
Klaasz, Jeremias Place unknown, 1690
Lucía Megías, José Manuel (1967-)
Milton, John (1608-1674)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Settle, Elkanah (1648-1724)
Toland, John (1670-1722)
Wood, Anthony à (1632-1695)
character of a popish successor, and what England may expect from such a one ..., or, The dispute of the succession moderately discuss'd upon the considerations of national practise, reason, and the statutes of the realm, The : with some reflections upon Mr. L'Estrange's (and another) answer to the first part of the Character, &c.
character of a popish successour compleat: in defence of the first part, against two answers, one written by Mr. L'Estrange, called The papist in masquerade, &c., and another by an unknown hand., The
Continuation of observations and reflections upon the late sermons of some that would be thought Goliah's for the Church of England
Don Quijote de la Mancha
early lives of Milton, The
English fortune-tellers containing several necessary questions resolved by the ablest antient philosophers, and modern astrologers. Gathered from their writings and manuscripts, by J.P. student in astrology., The
history of the most renowned Don Quixote of Mancha, 1687:, The
history of the most renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: and his trusty squire Sancho Pancha, The : facsímile de la edición de Londres, 1678
Ioannis Philippi Angli Responsio ad Apologiam anonymi cuiusdam tenebrionis, pro rege & populo Anglicano infantissimam.
Ioannis Philippi Angli Responsio ad apologiam anonymi cujusdam tenebrionis pro rege [et] populo Anglicano infantissimam.
Joan. Philippi Angli Responsio, &c
Joannis Philippi Angli Responsio ad apologiam anonymi cujusdam tenebrionis pro rege [et] populo Anglicano infantissimam.
late voyage to Constantinople: containing an exact description of the Propontis and Hellespont, with the Dardenelles ... as also of the city of Constantinople ... Likewise an account of the ancient and present state of the Greek church ..., A
life of Mr. John Milton, 1932:, The
Modern gallantry of the Spanish nobility unfolded
Mr. John Milton's satyre against hypocrites. Written whilst he was Latin secretary to Dliber Cromwell
present court of Spain, or, The modern gallantry of the Spanish nobility unfolded, The : in several histories and seventy five letters from the enamour'd Teresa, to her beloved the Marquis of Mansera
present practice of musick vindicated against the exceptions and new way of attaining musick lately publish'd by Thomas Salmon, M. A. &c.;, The
Responsio ad apologiam anonymi cuiusdam tenebrionis pro rege & populo anglicano infantissimam. -
Responsio ad apologiam anonymi cujusdam tenebrionis pro rege [et] populo Anglicano infantissimam
Responsio ad apologiam anonymi cujusdam tenebrionis pro rege & populo anglicano infantisimam.
Sam. Ld. Bp. of Oxon, his celebrated Reasons for abrogating the test, and notions of idolatry answered by Samuel, Arch-Deacon of Canterbury
satyr against hypocrites (1655), A
secret history of the reigns of K. Charles II. Dutch., The
six voyages of John-Baptista Tavernier, a noble man of France now living, through Turkey into Persia, and the East-Indies, finished in the year 1670 ...; together with A new relation of the present Grand Seignor's seraglio, by the same author, The ; made English by J.P. ; to which is added A description of all the Kingdoms which encompass the Euxine and Caspian seas, by an English traveller, never before printed.
Speculum crape-gownorum Or, A lesson of instruction to those pragmatical pr--sts, who turn the pulpit into a pratling-box. What plague it is an hour to pass, to hear the braying of an ass. To which is added, A modern sermon to confute and confound free-thinkers. With a letter from a free-thinker to a revelation-monger. And a dialogue between a Church of England man, a Roman Catholick, a Jew, and a Presbyterian.
Speculum crape-gownorum, the second part, or, A continuation of observations and reflections upon the late sermons of some that would be thought Goliah's for the Church of England
Tears of the Indians: Being An Historical and true Account Of the Cruel Massacres and Slaughters of above Twenty Millions of innocent People; Committed by the Spaniards In the Islands of Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica, &. As also, in the Continent of Mexico, Peru, &other Places of the West-Indies, To the total destruction of those Countries.
Tears of the Indians, The : being an historical and true account of the cruel massacres and slaughters committed by the Spaniards in the island of the West Indies, Mexico, Peru etc. : an eye witness account
tears of the Indians, The : being an historical and true account of the cruel massacres and slaughters committed by the Spaniards in the islands of the West Indies, Mexico, Peru, etc.
'tGeheym van't Engelsche hof, geduurende de regeeringen van koning Carel de II. en koning Jacobus de II. Zynde een naaukeurige historie en beschryvinge van de secreete practycquen, tot voortzettinge van haare desseynen, gepleegd.
vindication of The character of a popish successor, A : in a reply to two pretended answers to it
vision of Mons. Chamillard concerning the battle of Ramilies and the miraculous revolution in Flanders begun, May the 12th. 1706. A poem. Humbly inscrib'd to the right honourable John Lord Somers. By a nephew of the late Mr. John Milton., The