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Clavis Bibliorum. The key of the Bible, unlocking the richest treasury of the Holy Scriptures.
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Clavis Bibliorum. The key of the Bible, unlocking the richest treasury of the Holy Scriptures.: Whereby the 1 order, 2 names, 3 times, 4 penmen, 5 occasion, 6 scope, and 7 principal parts, containing the subject-matter of the books of the Old and New Testament, are familiarly and briefly opened: for the help of the weakest capacity in the understand

by ROBERTS, Francis

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The third edition, diligently revised; by Francis Roberts.
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[8], 18, 913, [1 – book advert], [8] pages.
Pages 592-598 (Alphabetical Table to the Psalms) being unnumbered.

Boards rubbed with some light scratches and indentations. Corners bumped with slight loss to top upper board corner. Binding very slightly bowed. Front end-paper a little soiled. Rear end-paper has been replaced at a later date with the image of another printed work, dated 1814, being legible when held up to the light. Internally pages and text very clean with a few small marks only. Initial dedication leaf has been strengthened at the margins with paper, resulting in loss of the marginal printed notes on the verso.
Lacks the initial title-page but has been collated as otherwise complete against a third edition copy available at Hathitrust.org.Francis Roberts (1609–1675)
was educated at Trinity College Oxford and by 1635 was established as the resident minister at St. Martin in the Bull Ring, being the parish church of Birmingham, a town noted for its Parliamentarian and puritan support.… Read More
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The Council of Trent Plainly discover'd not to have been a Free Assembly
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The Council of Trent Plainly discover'd not to have been a Free Assembly: : By a collection of Letters and Papers of the Learned Dr. Vargas and other Great Ministers, who assisted at the said Synod in Considerable Posts. With Directions concerning the Government of a Council. And also the Office of an Embassador, &c. Published

by GEDDES, Michael

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[6], 107, [1 - errata], 247, [1 – book advert], [2] pages.

Boards slightly rubbed in places with small mark to the lower board. Upper board joint starting. Corners bumped with minor loss. Minor loss to title label. End-papers soiled with previous owner's name in ink to front paste-down. Text clean and unmarked. Slight worming to the lower margin / corner of the final 50 pages and rear end-papers, not touching text.

Michael Geddes LL.D. (1650?–1713) was a Scottish clergyman of the Church of England and historian. "He was a learned and a wise man; he had a true notion of popery, as a political combination, managed by falsehood and cruelty, to establish a temporal empire in the person of the popes. All his thoughts and studies were chiefly employed in detecting this; of which he has given many useful and curious essays in the treatises he wrote, which are all highly valuable." (Bishop Burnet, History of the Reformation, iii., p306).
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A Curious and Exact Account of a Voyage to Congo, in the Years 1666-1667 and A Voyage to Congo,...
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A Curious and Exact Account of a Voyage to Congo, in the Years 1666-1667 and A Voyage to Congo, and several other countries chiefly in Southern-Africk.

by Michael Angelo of Gattina, Denis de Carli of Piacenza, Jerom Merolla da Sorrento

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Catholic Capuchin Missionaries in the Congo

(i) A Curious and Exact Account of a Voyage to Congo, in the Years 1666-1667 by R. R. F. F. Michael Angelo of Gattina, and Denis de Carli of Piacenza, Capuchins, and Apostolick Missioners into the said Kingdom of Congo bound together with
(ii) A Voyage to Congo, and several other countries chiefly in Southern-Africk. By Father Jerom Merolla da Sorrento, a Capuchin and Apostolick Missioner in the year 1682. Made English from the Italian. Contiguous texts, complete in themselves, extracted from CHURCHILL, AWNSHAM, and JOHN: A Collection of Voyages and Travels (vol 1). Printed, by assignment from Messrs Churchill, for John Walthoe, over-against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill and others, London, 1732.
(i) title-page, pages numbered 554-589, [blank] ; (ii) title-page, [blank], pages numbered 593-686 (including 1 page of Congolese words explained), [2, original end-papers].
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Fundamina et regulae omnium ordinum monasticorum et militarium: quibus, asceticae religionis...
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(i) Prospero Stellartio [Prosper Stellart], Fundamina et regulae.... Duaci [Douai], Baltazaris Belleri [Balthazar Bellere / Laurence Kellam], 1626 bound together with (ii) Prospero Stellartio [Prosper Stellart], Annales monastici sive Chronologia libris septemdecim totidemque seculis distincta.... Duaci [Douai], Gerardum Pinchon [Gerard Pichon], 1627 [2nd edition, 1st 1626].
An article by Alexander Soetaert and Heleen Wyffels in the September 2021 edition of The Library (page 374) has identified the printing house of Laurence Kellam (also of Douai) as the likely printer, in whole or part, of 'Fundamina et regulae omnium ordinum monasticorum et militarium….'. See photos for the so-called hidden trade mark of Laurence Kellam, a typographical ornament containing his initials ('L. K.')
4to., (i) [in fours] a4 e4 A-Z 2A-2Z 3A-3Z 4A-4R [4R4 blank]; [16], 660, [26] pages with 3 folding tables at 2I4 p256, 2T4 p336, and 3E2 p404; (ii) a1 F2 F3 a2?, [in fours] A – S ; [6], 24, 18, 20, 26, 26, 30, [4] pages… Read More
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Historia Ecclesiastica del Scisma del Reyno de Inglaterra.
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Historia Ecclesiastica del Scisma del Reyno de Inglaterra.: The First Work in Spanish on the English Schism.

by Ribadeneyra, Pedro de

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Ribadeneyra, Padre Pedro de; Historia Ecclesiastica del Scisma del Reyno de Inglaterra. Recogida de diversos y graves Autores, por el Padre Pedro de Ribadeneyra, de la Compania de Jesus. Lo que se trata en esta Historia, se vera en la hoja siguiente. En Emberes [Antwerp], en casa de Christoual Plantino, Imprimidor del Rey. 1588.
8vo., ⴕ8, A-Z8 , a8, b7, a8-b7; 8 un-numbered leaves, pages numbered 1-386, 6 un-numbered leaves, Tabla de los capitulos desta historia, Aprobacion de el Doctor Pedro Lopez de Montoya, Approbation Siluester Pardo (Censor), Sumario del privilegio I. de Witte.
(OCLC nos. 780155501 / 270805429 ; only 5 copies worldwide).
Full calf binding with 5 raised bands with gilt tooling to spine and boards. Unidentified coat of arms embossed on both boards. Binding rubbed and marked. Leather to the boards a little 'pockmarked' – cause unknown. Corners rounded with slight loss of leather. Fore-edges to front and rear end-papers strengthened with archival tape. Neat repair to lower… Read More
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The History of the Provinces of Paraguay, Tucuman, Rio de la Plata, Parana, Guaira and Urvaica,...
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The History of the Provinces of Paraguay, Tucuman, Rio de la Plata, Parana, Guaira and Urvaica, and something of the Kingdom of Chili in South America Written in Latin by F. Nicholas del Techo, Priest of the Society of Jesus.: Jesuit Missions in Paraguay.

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Text, complete in itself, is extracted from CHURCHILL, AWNSHAM, and JOHN: A Collection of Voyages and Travels (vol IV,). Printed for Awnsham and John Churchill at the Black Swan in Paternoster-Row, London, 1704. With title-page and pages numbered 681-807.

Cover slightly soiled (spots) mostly to the rear cover. Light water stain to the top of page margins, and very occasionally to lower margin, not touching text. Text clean and clear.Nicolas del Techo (born Nicolas du Toict) was a Jesuit humanist. His name was "Hispanicised" by his fellow Jesuits to Nicolas del Techo shortly after he was ordained in the Society of Jesus at the age of 19. He arrived in the Province of Paraguay (a region that then included parts of present-day Paraguay and Uruguay) in 1649 where he sought to convert the indigenous people (the Guarani Indians) to Christianity. He wrote (in Latin) a History of the Province of Paraguay (1673, Liege). Criticised for sometimes implausible narratives, possibly due to copying previous Jesuit… Read More
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La Babylone demasque’e, ou Entretiens de Deux Dames Hollandoises sur la Religion Catholique...
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La Babylone demasque’e, ou Entretiens de Deux Dames Hollandoises sur la Religion Catholique Romaine, & sur les motifs qui doivent engager à l'embrasser, & à renoncer aux Sectes qui lui sont contraires, notamment au Calvinisme.

by Lindenaer, Johanna Dorothea / Madame de Zoutelandt

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An Early 18th Century Female Writer and Translator, Suspected Spy, Prison Escapee, and Catholic Convert from Calvinism[4], [28], 269, [5] pages.Binding worn and rubbed with slight loss to upper board top corner. Corners bumped. End-papers a little dusty. Half-title and front free end-paper creased. Internally clean and unmarked. Previous owner's inscription to front free end-paper along with previous bookseller's pencil notation. Ex-libris (Conde de Atarés) to top board paste-down.
Johanna Dorothea Lindenaer, also Johanna Dorothea Zoutelande or Madame de Zoutelandt (1664-1737) was a Dutch writer, memoirist and translator about whose life much remains clouded in uncertainty. Calling herself the widow van Zoutelande she was arrested in 1703 in Maastricht and accused of inciting a certain Johan van der Nypoort to blow up the arms depot of the State army in the fortified city of Liège, where he was commander. Occurring at a time of European conflict this was deemed an act of treason with the hint of a… Read More
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Now that the war is over, the Protestant question must come first.
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Now that the war is over, the Protestant question must come first.: Protestantism before Politics Leaflet No. 15.

by The Church Association

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An address issued by the Church Association, dated June 1902 (2nd thousand), promoting its political organisation which had already a presence in 225 out of 443 English constituencies. It seeks more electors to add their names to the "Protestant Roll", being a pledge to "put his Protestantism before mere Party questions at the Polling Booth."

The Church Association was an English evangelical Anglican organisation founded in 1865. It was particularly active in opposition to Anglo-Catholicism, ritualism, and the Oxford Movement. Founded in 1865 by Richard P. Blakeney, the association stated in its first annual report that the objectives of the association were, "To uphold the principles and order of the United Church of England and Ireland, and to counteract the efforts now being made to assimilate her services to those of the Church of Rome."

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Regulae Societatis Iesu, 1607 [bound with] Canones Congregational Generalium Societatis Jesu,...
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Regulae Societatis Iesu, 1607 [bound with] Canones Congregational Generalium Societatis Jesu, 1606, [2 works in 1 vol.]

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Regulae Societatis Iesu
Romae, in Collegio Rom. eiusde Societat, Anno Dni M D C VII [1607]
[48], 296, [2] p
Title-page vignette with the Jesuit device along with a portrait of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. Head- and tailpieces
OCLC no. 23019026
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Canones Congregationum generalium Societatis Iesv. Cvm Aliis Nonnvllis ad praxim pertientibus.
Romae, in Collegio Rom. eiusde Societat. Anno Dni, M D C VI [1606]
[14], 151, [1] p
Title-page vignette with the Jesuit device along with a portrait of Saint Ignatius of Loyola.
OCLC no. 314061488
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The rules for the organisation and government of the Jesuit order intended as practical summaries of the ideals and goals set out by Loyola in the Constitutiones.
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Vita Della Beata Giuliana Falconieri Institutrice delle Mantellate dell'Ordine de' Servi di Maria.
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Vita Della Beata Giuliana Falconieri Institutrice delle Mantellate dell'Ordine de' Servi di Maria.

by Antinori, Domenico Maria

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Vatican Publication Supporting the Canonization of one of the few Female Founding Saints of the Catholic Church

[2], XII, 86, [2] pages. Patterned end-papers with slight remains of a small ex-libris label. Title in red and black. Vignette engraving to title-page, two engraved initial letters, and an engraved head and tail piece. With a dedication to Pope Benedict XIII.
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Domenico Maria Antinori (1664-1734), Jesuit from Naples and the author of a number of religious works.
The first 37 pages cover the life and death of Giuliana Falconieri (1270-1341) providing a general narrative and context, reflecting the situation whereby her early life had largely been recorded in an oral tradition. The remaining text systematically sets out a number of miraculous events attributed to her sacred relics and the… Read More
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