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De abditis rervm cavsis libri dvo by Jean Fernel
An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature, with several other treatises: viz. The schmisme. The act of oblivion. The childs returne. The panting soul. Mount Ebal. The white stone. Spiritual opticks. The worth of souls by Nathanael Culverwel
In canticum canticorum Salomonis commentarius litteralis, et catena mystica by Martin Antoine Del Rio
Piety the best rule of orthodoxy, or, An essay upon this proposition, that the conduciveness of doctrines to holiness or vice is the best rule for private Christians to judge the truth or falshood of them by in a letter to his honoured friend H.M. by Henry Hesketh
Sancti Bernardi, Claræuallensis abbatis primi, religiosissimi ecclesiae doctoris, suauissimique, et quod pro eximia illius piètate non iniuria dixeris, planè theodidacti, Opera omnia: tam quæ vere Germana illius esse nemo inficias eat ... : Accesserunt S. Bernardi aliquot epistolæ è Bibliotheca S. Victoris Parisiensis, & notæ f. Io. Picardi ... by Saint Bernard of Clairvaux
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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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