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P. Rami in Ciceronis orationes et scripta nonnulla : omnes quæ hactenus haberi potuerunt prælectiones; quarum catalogum versa pagina exhibebit. Recens in unum volumen ordine congestæ, & accuraté emendatæ. Adjecto indice copiosiss by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Similitudinum ac parabolarum, quae in Bibliis ex herbis atque arboribus desumuntur, dilucida explicatio ... Seorsum accesserunt De gemmis aliquot, iis praesertim, quarum D. Joannes apostolus in sua Apocalypsi meminit: de aliis quoque, quarum usus hoc aevi apud omnes percrebuit, libri II. Auctore Francisco Rueo ... Item Levini Lemnii De astrologia liber unus by Levinus Lemnius
A confutation of the Rhemists translation, glosses and annotations on the New Testament, so farre as they containe manifest impieties, heresies, idolatries, superstitions, prophanesse, treasons, slanders, absurdities, falsehoods and other evills by Thomas Cartwright
The returne of prayers: A treatise wherein this case how to discerne Gods answers to our prayers is briefly resolved. With other observations upon Psal. 85.8 concerning Gods speaking peace, &c. by Thomas Goodwin
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CollectionsYour library (160), American Antiquarian Society (65), Princeton University (41), Princeton Theological Seminary (16), Massachusetts Historical Society (7), Harvard University (6), Allegheny College (1), Boston Public Library (1), Folger Shakespeare Library (1), Huntington Library (1), John Carter Brown Library (1), Morgan Library (1), New York Public Library (1), Present Location Unknown (18), Daniel Russell Bequest to TSIII (14), All collections (160)
About meThis collection includes books owned by the three Thomas Shepards, each a minister in early New England.
About my libraryThomas Shepard I left his library in his will to son Thomas, giving him "all my Bookes, manuscripts & paper which last named, viz: bookes, manuscripts & papers, although be propriety of my sonne Thomas yet they shall bee for the use of my wife and my other children." The 1679 inventory lists, as the final item "about two hundred and sixty printed bookes" valued at £100, noting that they are to go to son Thomas.
Real nameThomas Shepard
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