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Gildas salvianus; the reformed pastor. Shewing the nature of the pastoral work; especially in private instruction and catechizing. With an open confession of our too open sins. Prepared for a day of humiliation kept at Worcester, Decemb. 4. 1655. by the ministers of that county, who subscribed the agreement for catechizing and personal instruction, at their entrance upon that work by Richard Baxter
The oppressed mans oppressions declared: or An epistle written by Lieut. Col. Iohn Lilburne, prerogative-prisoner (by the illegall and arbitrary authority of the House of Lords) in the Tower of London, to Col. Francis West, lieutenant thereof in which the oppressing cruelty of all the gaolers of England is declared, and particularly the lieutenants of the Tower. As also, there is thrown unto Tho. Edwards, the author of the 3d. ulcerous gangræna, a bone or two to pick: ... by John Lilburne
A letter from the Earl of Warwick: relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance, from the malignant Cornishmen, that had before besieged the city of Exeter. ... by Earl Robert Rich of Warwick
Orationum sacrarum volumen singulare: in festa deiparaae virginis, et aliquorum divorum by Nicolaus Vernulaeus
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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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