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ISNI: 
0000 0001 2278 385X
Name: 
Samuel Ward
Ward, Samuel
Ward, Samuel (British priest and draftsman, 1577-1640)
Ward, Samuel ((minister))
Wardus, Samuel
Dates: 
1577-1643
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author
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Clarke, Samuel (1599-1682)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Gellibrand, Samuel (Londen)
Grismond, John
Marriott, John (fl. 1616-1657)
Matthewes, Augustine
Perkins, William (1558-1602))
Thompson, Samuel (Londen)
Ward, Samuel (1572-1643)
Ward, Seth (1617-1689)
Titles: 
Albumbijdrage
Albuminscriptie van
all in all (christ is all in all)
Balme from Gilead to recouer conscience in a sermon preached at Pauls-Crosse, Octob. 20. 1616
coal from the altar. -, A
collection of such sermons as have beene written by S. Ward. - 1627 -, A
happiness of practice, the
jethro's justice of peace
life of faith in death: exemplified in the living speeches of dying christians, the
Magnetica magnalia
Magnetis reductorium theologicum tropologicum in quo ejus modus verus & supremus usus indicatur....
Modern system of natural history, A : containing accurate descriptions, and faithful histories, of animals, vegetables, and minerals. Together with their properties, and various uses in medicine, mechanics,manufactures, &c
most elegant and religious rapture [in verse] composed by mr. ward during his episcopal imprisonment. . . . englished by [[john vicars]], a
Opera nonnulla
peace-offering to god for the blessings we enjoy under his majesties reign, with a thanksgiving for the princes safe return, a
Problema De Romanae Fidei Ementito Catholicismo
Sermons and treatises
Vande christelijcke vyerigheyd.
Ward's natural history
Warning-piece to all drunkards and health-drinkers, A : faithfully collected from the works of English and foreign learned authors of good esteem, Mr. Samuel Ward and Mr. Samuel Clark, and others : with above one hundred and twenty sad and dreadful examples of Gods severe judgements upon notorious drunkards ... : to which is added His Majesties proclamation against learned doctor of physick, declaring how intemperate drinking destroyes our bodily health and strength ...
woe to drunkards: a sermon
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