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Cases of conscience practically resolved containing a decision of the principall cases of conscience of daily concernment and continual use amongst men : very necessary for their information and direction in these evil times by Joseph Hall
The use of passions by Jean-François Senault
Karoloū trismegistoū epiphania = The most glorious star, or celestial constellation of the Pleiades, or Charles Waine. Appearing, and shining most brightly in a miraculous manner in the face of the sun at noon day at the nativity of our sacred soveraign King Charles, 2. Presaging his Majesties exaltation to future honour and greatnesse. Transcending not only the most potent Christian princes in Europe, but by divine designment ordained to be the most mighty monarch in the universe. ... by Edward Matthew
The anatomy of melancholy vvhat it is. VVith all the kindes, causes, symptomes, prognosticks, and seuerall cures of it. In three maine partitions, with their seuerall sections, members, and subsections. Philosophically, medicinally, historically opened and cut vp, by Democritus Iunior. With a satyricall preface, conducing to the following discourse by Robert Burton
Preseruatiues against sinne, or, How to liue and not sinne by Nathanael Cole
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About meSarah Willoughby (1639-1673), the wife of Virginia landowner and militia Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Willoughby (1632-1672).
About my librarySarah Willoughby's library was inventoried on 26 February 1673/4, and valued at £5. Unlike her husband's inventory of 15 May 1672 (which simply lists "a pcell [parcel] of books"), Sarah's library is mostly itemized by title.
Real nameSarah Willoughby
LocationLower Norfolk, VA
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