Locus in Bibliotheca
Editionum Tempora et Loca
1 Z 28
A body of divinity. fol. Wing U 151. In Weldon in one volume with Ussher's 'Immanuel' (Wing U 181). Weldon copy in Bibl. Mazarine. Listed in Books in Hell.
A booke called the treasure for traveilers. 4to. STC 3432
10 M 87
A breefe method or way teachinge all sorts of christian people, how to serve God. 24mo. ARCR II, 506
St. Omer 1625
II R 14
A brief description of the world. Weldon does not give the author. The book referred to is probably George Abbot, 'A brief description of the whole world', first published London 1599, 4to. There are many later eds.
8 K 64-65
A brief discours contayning certayne reasons why catholiques refuse to go to church. 16mo. Two copies. ARCR II, 614. Imprint false, secretly printed in England. Under I. H. (John Howlet) a fellow Jesuit of Persons, in Weldon.
1 Y 55
A brief discourse of confession to a lawful priest wherein is treated of the last judgement. 12mo. Clancy 620.3. Manby is wrongly spelt Danby in Weldon.
10 M 52
A brief explication of the Office of the blessed Virgin Marie mother of God. 8vo. Clancy 148.5. Under E.W. [ i.e. Edward Worsley] in Weldon. Edward Worsley was the alias of John Byfleet OSB.
13 M 118
A brief instruction in the worship of God. Not traced. There is a work with this title by the protestant John Owen, but the date is 1667. Perhaps 1627 in Weldon is a mistake.
8 K 18-25
A brief survey of the Lord of Derry his treatise of schisme. 12mo. Eight copies. Under R.C. in Weldon. Wing S 4152 and Clancy 910 have 1655. The date 1654 in Weldon probably refers to the treatise of John Bramhall, Lord Bishop of Derry, ‘A just vindication’. Clancy gives Paris as place of publication.
A brief survey of the Lord of Derry his treatise of schisme. 12mo. Under R.C. in Weldon. Wing S 4152 and Clancy 910 have 1655. The date 1654 in Weldon probably refers to the treatise of the Lord of Derry.
A brief view and survey of the dangerous ... errors ... in Mr. Hobbes's book, entitled Leviathan. 4to. Wing C 4420
1 Y 49
A briefe and pithie summe of the Christian faith made in forme of a confession. 8vo. There are eds from 1563 to 1589. The present book is an English translation of 'Confessio christianae fidei, et eiusdem collatio cum papisticis haeresibus'.
4 T 9
A briefe apologie, or defence of the catholike ecclesiastical hierarchie. 8vo. ARCR II, 610 or 611. Anon. ARCR suggests [late 1601] for 610 and  for 611.
9 R 49
A briefe description of the whole worlde. 12mo. STC 31.5
1 Y 15
A briefe of the bible, drawne first into English poësy, and then illustrated by apte annotations. 12mo. 4th ed. STC 5335
4 I 31
A carrier to a king. Or doctour Carrier (chaplayne to King James) his motives of renouncing the protestant religion. 12mo. ARCR II, 126. ARCR suggests St. Omer as the place of publication.
2 R 23
A catalogue and succession of the kings, princes, dukes, marquesses, earles, and viscounts of the realme. fol. STC 3833. STC gives London as the place of publication.
1 & 12
A catalogue of the bishops of England, with a brief history of their lives and actions. 4to. STC 11937. Listed in Books in Hell.
12 M 53
A catechism of penance, guiding sinners unto a true conversion. 12mo. Clancy 838.5. Anon. In Weldon under the translator W.B.
A century of sermons. fol. Wing H 169
6 M 34-35
A christian directory guiding men to their salvation. 12mo. ARCR II, 618. Two copies.
8 M 35
A christian directory. 8vo. Clancy 766-767. Clancy and Wing suggest Antwerp as the place of publication. This book occurs at the end of the section Libri Pii with the shelfmark 8 M 35, the same as volume 3 of Hauranne's 'Lettres chrétiennes'.
12 M 20
A christian directory. 8vo. Clancy 766
12 M 21-23
A christian directory. 8vo. Clancy 768. Three copies.
12 M 14
A christian directory. Guiding men to their eternal salvation. 8vo. BKS 2211
London [i.e. St. Omer] 1716
A chronicle of the kings of England. fol. 3rd ed. Wing B 504
2 R 35
A chronicle of the kings of England. fol. 5th ed. Wing B 506
6 I 32
A cleare, sincere and modest confutation of the unsound ... Reply of ... Mr Thomas Fitzherbert. 4to. ARCR II, 655. Roger Widdrington is the pseudonym of Thomas Preston under which name he is found in ARCR. Under Widdrington in Weldon and STC.
A collection of almanachs of the years 1678, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84 (bis), 85 (bis), 86 (bis), 87, 88, 97. In French intitl'd Connoissance du tems & fidèle pêcheur. 8vo. This collection is difficult to identify exactly. BnF and CCFr have a large collection of almanacs for these years, some of which have the title 'Connoissance du tem[p]s'. There are also a number of almanacs with the title 'Almanach de Milan... ou le Pescheur fidèle'.
1 & 10
A collection of articles, injunctions, canons, orders, ordinances, and constitutions ecclesiastical, with other publick records of the Church of England. 4to. Wing C 4093A. Edited by Anthony Sparrow, royalist divine, bishop of Norwich and Exeter.
7 R 19
A collection of historical pieces, the catalogue of which is at the beginning of the volume.
3 S 31
A collection of many pieces concerning King James II. Weldon copy in Bibl. Mazarine, bound up in one volume with the next item ‘Oraisons funèbres’. This collection of thirty-five items, most of them of Stuart or Jacobite interest, was owned by Dom Joseph Johnston, staunch Jacobite and close friend of Weldon, and prior of St. Edmund’s 1697-1698 and 1705-1710. Publication dates 1656 till 1705.
2 O 15
A collection of several philosophical writings ... Antidote against atheism ... Enthusiasmus triumphatus. fol. 4th ed.
5 I 7
A collection of several treatises in answer to Dr. Stillingfleet. 8vo. Clancy 259; the first treatise is by Cressy, the other ones by Woodhead. The treatises were also published separately. Listed in Books in Hell.
7 K 15
A collection of several treatises in answer to Dr. Stillingfleet. 8vo. Clancy 259. Anon. The first treatise is by Cressy, the other ones by Woodhead. The four treatises mentioned by Weldon were also published separately. Listed in Books in Hell.
1 X 48
A collection of the several statutes and parts of statutes now in force, relating to high treason, and misprision of high treason. 8vo.
A collection of tracts on various subjects. 4to. Listed in Books in Hell.
A companion to the altar, or an help to the worthy receiving of the Lord's supper. 8vo. 2nd ed. Wing C 5450A. Listed in Books in Hell.
A compendious collection of the laws of England, touching matters criminal. 8vo. Wing B 5256. In Weldon under J.B.
5 I 30
A compendious treatise called the complaint of grace. 8vo. STC 20826 and 20826.5. Redman's sermon was delivered at St. Paul's Cross 23 November 1533; Weldon gives 1533 as the date of publication, but the sermon was published later by Thomas Smyth; STC lists two eds dated [1556?] and 1609. The latter is a protestant version.
A compendium of practical musick. 8vo. 3rd ed. Wing S 3811
2a R 18-21
A compleat collection of state-tryals, and proceedings upon impeachments for high treason, and other crimes and misdemeanours; from the reign of King Henry the Fourth, to the end of the reign of Queen Anne. fol. 4 vols.
A complete body of speculative and practical divinity. fol. 2nd ed. Weldon copy in Bibl. Nationale, Paris. Listed in Books in Hell.
A complete concordance to the holy scriptures of the old and new testament, in two parts. 4to.
11 P 2.3
A complete dictionary of the greek and roman antiquities. 4to. Wing D 171
2 Y 12
A concordancy of yeares. Containing a computation of time, according to the English account. 8vo. STC 13778. STC gives London as the place of publication.
2 Y 9
A conference about the next succession to the crowne of Ingland. 8vo. R. Doleman is the pseudonym of Robert Persons and a number of co-authors. See ARCR II, 167. According to Weldon and the title-page the book was published at N. ARCR gives Antwerp. Listed in Books in Hell.
6 I 12
A conference of the catholike and protestante doctrine ... the second part of The prudentiall balance of religion. 4to. ARCR II, 706. Anon.
8 K 63
A conference with a lady about choice of religion. 24mo. ARCR II, 166. Anon.
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