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A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning the papers of the Scots commissioners entituled The answer of the commissioners of the kingdom of Scotland to both Houses of Parliament upon the new propositions of peace and the four bills to be sent to His Majesty, and concerning the proceedings of the said commissioners in the Isle of Wight by Great Britain (Parliament)
A learned and very useful commentary on the whole epistle to the Hebrews wherein every word and particle in the original is explained ... : being the substance of thirty years Wednesdayes lectures at Black-fryers, London by William Gouge
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
The popes parliament, containing a pleasant and delightful historie, wherin are ... delivered ... the paltry trash and trumperies of him and his ... prelats ... Whereunto is annexed an Anatomie of Pope Ioane by John K. Mayo
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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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