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Thu Feb 12 22:13:43 2015 UTClccn-n840241070.56Grace abounding to the chief of sinners0.760.89The constables pocket-book: or, A dialogue between an old constable & a new. Being a guide, in their keeping the peace, &c. In serving all warrants. Observing orders of courts. Summoning town-officers, and town-meetings. Collecting rates and assessments. Serving writs, summons, executions. How to make returns of all writs and warrants. Forms of bail-bonds, &c. An account of all lawful fees. /69363534n 840241071127631Boone, N. 1679-1738Boone, N. (Nicholas), 1679-1738N. B 1679-1738N. B. (Nicholas Boone), 1679-1738lccn-n84024464Allen, John1660?-1727?prtlccn-n79128955Mather, Cotton1663-1728autlccn-n87838003Edwards, John-1725prtlccn-n85121766Green, Bartholomew1667-1732prtlccn-n87946519Gray, Benjamin-1751lccn-n84119686Barriffe, Williamnp-elton, richard$active 1650Elton, Richardactive 1650lccn-n83007664Culpeper, Nicholas1616-1654autlccn-n85387586Henchman, Daniel1689-1761lccn-n85816682Noyes, Oliver1675-1721autBoone, Nicholas1679-1738PoetryBiographyChurch historyControversial literatureHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcPortraitsQuotationsSermonsSourcesChristian lifeNew EnglandJudgment DayMassachusettsEnglandPuritansAuthors, English--Early modernChristian biographyCongregational churchesMeditationsEternityGrace (Theology)Massachusetts--BostonMilitary art and scienceBanks and bankingDevotional exercisesCommerceMoneyImprisonmentConstablesAmerican poetryPredestinationElection (Theology)Great BritainAlmanacs, EnglishMilitiaDispensatoriesPharmacopoeiasParadoxesNatural theologyMeditationWigglesworth, Michael,SufferingEducationMassachusetts--CambridgeMassachusetts--MaldenFuneral sermonsRedemptionCouncils and synodsChurch and stateDevotional literature, EnglishFarmersEnglish literatureUnited StatesMoney--Colonial periodAgriculture--Religious aspectsMilitary lawAutobiographiesCongregationalismConversion167917381701170217041705170617071708170917101711171217131714171517161717171817201721172217251726172717281729263179133274.207PR3329ocn062806677ocn062806678ocn055837087ocn055837072ocn838423492ocn838423522ocn027950550ocn012622779ocn173175586ocn023870178ocn836770724ocn838679137ocn173725498ocn166280372ocn070089411ocn835974295ocn835889651ocn070089412ocn207823894ocn004747459ocn20766445520919ocn062806677file17100.89Boone, NicholasThe constables pocket-book: or, A dialogue between an old constable & a new. Being a guide, in their keeping the peace, &c. In serving all warrants. Observing orders of courts. Summoning town-officers, and town-meetings. Collecting rates and assessments. Serving writs, summons, executions. How to make returns of all writs and warrants. Forms of bail-bonds, &c. An account of all lawful fees.1652ocn511055665file17120.77Mather, CottonPastoral desires a short catalogue of excellent things, which a true pastor, will desire to see approved, and practised, and abounding, among his people. A book, design'd to be lodg'd and left in their hands, by one desirous to be such an one, in his pastoral visits, to the houses of all his people. [Eight lines from II Peter]16414ocn062815595file17010.85Boone, NicholasMilitary discipline. the compleat souldier, or expert artillery-man ... : To which is added, the duties of all the officers, in a private company: as also the military law of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay ...PoetryHandbooks, manuals, etc1591ocn511243460file17200.80Noyes, OliverA letter from a gentleman containing some remarks upon the several answers given unto Mr. Colman's, entituled, The distressed state of the town of BostonHistory1411ocn511150797file17200.67Culpeper, NicholasPharmacopoeia Londinensis or, the London dispensatory further adorned by the studies and collections of the fellows now living, of the said college. In this impression you may find, 1. Three hundred useful additions. 2. All the notes that were in the margent are brought i the book ... 8. In this impression, the Latin name of every one of the compounds is printed, and in what page of the new folio Latin book they are to be found. By Nicholas Culpepper, gent. student in physick and astrology1261ocn642791328file17130.77Mather, CottonThe curbed sinner a discourse upon the gracious and wondrous restraints laid by the providence of the glorious God, on the sinful children of men, to withold them from sinning against him. Occasioned by a sentence of death, passed on a poor young man, for the murder of his companion. With some historical passages referring to that unhappy spectacle. By Cotton Mather, D.D. [Two lines from Job]1161ocn511011791file17210.77Morton, NathanielNew-England's memorial, or, A brief relation of the most memorable and remarkable passages of the providence of God manifested to the planters of New-England in America, with special reference to the first colony therof, called New-Plimouth, as also a nomination of divers of the most eminent instruments deceased, both of church and common wealth ... published for the use and benefit of present and future generationsHistory1132ocn511270556file17150.77Wigglesworth, MichaelThe day of doom; or, A poetical description of the great and last judgment, with other poemsBiographyPoetrySermons1022ocn511242901file17170.82Cambridge SynodA platform of church-discipline gathered out of the Word of God; and agreed upon by the elders and messengers of the churches assembled in the Synod at Cambridge, in N.E. To be presented to the churches and General Court for their consideration and acceptance in the Lord, the 8th month, anno 1649. [Eight lines from Psalms]Church historySourcesControversial literature1012ocn511056878file17090.82Flavel, JohnHusbandry spiritualized or, the heavenly use of earthly things. Consisting Of Many pleasant Observations, pertinent Applications, and serious Reflections: and each chapter concluded with a divine and suitable Poem. Directing husbandmen to the most excellent improvements of their common employments. Whereunto are added, Several choice occasional Meditations upon Birds, Beasts, Trees, Flowers, Rivers, and several other objects; fitted for the help of such as desire to walk with God in all their solitudes and recesses from the World. By John Flavel, Late Minister of the Gospel at Dartmouth in DevonPrayers1011ocn511025367file17080.74Venning, RalphMilk and honey or, a miscellaneous collation of many Christian experiences, sayings, sentences, and several places of scripture improved. By Ralph VenningQuotations1013ocn511048276file17170.56Bunyan, JohnGrace abounding to the chief of sinnersHistoryBiographyFictionPortraitsSermonsYou've heard his namenow read his classic spiritual autobiography. Here is John Bunyan's Grace Abounding, an important and powerful book abridged and updated for today's reader. Written more than three centuries ago, this Christian classic still speaks to readers, addressing concerns that trouble the human heart today just as they did in the 1600s. Grace Abounding gives an account of God's exceeding goodness in the life of his poor servant John Bunyanas well as Bunyan's call to the ministry and his imprisonment for that ministry. It's a powerful introduction to a giant of the faith, and an encouraging story of God's power to change people1013ocn511291986file17180.67Boone, NicholasMilitary discipline. the newest way and method of exercising horse & foot. With some account of field officers, and a description of the arms of horse and footHandbooks, manuals, etc1001ocn511052386file17140.67Mather, CottonA life of piety resolv'd upon a brief and plain essay, upon, a life of religion in, a walk before the glorious God. And the resolutions wherewith such a walk is to be come into. Made, upon the death of that Honourable and religious gentlewoman, Mrs. Sarah Ting; who afte many steps in that walk, arrived unto the blessed end of it; 28 d. 12. m. 1713, 14. By Cotton Mather, D.D. [One line from Isaiah]1001ocn511158431file17010.80Willard, SamuelPrognosticks of impending calamities Delivered in a sermon preached on the lecture at Boston, July 17. 1701. Occasioned by the death of the truly Honourable, William Stoughton Esq. lieutenant governour, &c. of the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England. By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. [One line from Ecclesiastes]1001ocn511187254file17200.77Walter, ThomasA choice dialogue between John Faustus a conjurer, and Jack Tory his friend. Occasioned by some choice dialogues lately published, concerning predestination and election. Together with animadversions upon the preface to the Choice dialogues. And an appendix concerning th true doctrine of predestination, as held by the Church of England, and the absurdities and inconsistency of the Choice dialogues. By a young strippling991ocn511132835file17010.80Clough, SamuelClough, 1702. The New-England almanack for the year of our Lord, MDCCII. ... Calculated for the meridian of Boston in N.E. whose lat. is found by late observations to be nearest 42. gr 24 min. but may indifferently serve any part of N E. By Samuel Clough991ocn511046602file17080.67Mather, CottonCorderius americanus an essay upon the good education of children. And what may hopefully be attempted, for the hope of the flock. In a funeral sermon upon Mr. Ezekiel Cheever. The ancient and Honourable master of the Free-School in Boston. Who left off, but when mortalit took him off, in August, 1708. the ninety fourth year of his age. With an elegy and an epitaph upon him. By one that was once a scholar to him. [One line epigram in Latin]991ocn510877370file17280.67Brooks, ThomasThe silent soul, with soveraign [sic] antidotes against the most miserable exigents: or, A Christian with an olive leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials and troubles, the saddest and darkest providences and changes with answers to divers questions and objections that are of greatest importance; all tending to win and work souls to be still, quiet, calm, and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this world, &c. By Thomas Brooks, Preacher of the Word at Margarets New-Fish-Street, London, and Pastor of the Church of Christ meeting there. [Two lines from Habakkuk]982ocn511249400file17270.80Whittemore, NathanielAn almanack for the year of our Lord, 1728. ... Calculated to the meridian of Boston, in New-England, where the north pole is elevated 42 d. 25 m. north. and 72 d. westward from London. By Nathaniel WhittemoreFri Feb 13 11:17:50 EST 2015batch19159