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Fri Mar 21 17:06:05 2014 UTClccn-n851435030.00Notebook of John Ward0.740.88The workes of that late learned minister of God's Holy Word, Mr. William Pemble ... containing sundry treatises and expositions, before extant in severall tracts, and now gathered into one intire volumne15714250n 851435031479887Pembelo, Guilielmo 1592-1623Pembelus, Guilielmus, 1592?-1623lccn-n85112488Capel, Richard1586-1656edtlccn-n84149314Tombes, John1603?-1676edtlccn-n79138865Gouge, William1578-1653lccn-n85055871Rainolds, John1549-1607lccn-n97009055Kistler, Donlccn-nr98017307Boler, James-1635lccn-nr94031182Bartlet, John-approximately 1658lccn-nr97027713Lichfield, Johnactive 1605-1635prtlccn-no96012731Cotes, Thomas-1641prtlccn-nr98020966Forrest, Edwardactive 17th centuryPemble, William1592?-1623CommentariesMeditationsSourcesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcSermonsGeographySermons, EnglishTheology, DoctrinalLord's SupperGrace (Theology)FaithJustification (Christian theology)Bible.--EcclesiastesProvidence and government of GodForm (Philosophy)Theological anthropologyCreationBibleOntologyBible.--EzraBible.--DanielBible.--NehemiahPsychologyIntellectSenses and sensationRhetoricEthicsProtestantismReformationTheologyBible.--ZechariahEnglish literature--Early modernSermons, LatinBible.--Corinthians, 1stTerne, Christopher,Cheynell, Francis,Bobart, Jacob,BotanyFludd, Robert,HerbsVane, Henry,--Sir,Scarburgh, Charles,--Sir,Mayerne, TheĢodore Turquet de,--Sir,Burgess, Anthony,EnglandJames, Thomas,Willis, Thomas,Morison, Robert,TravelSurgeryBrowne, Thomas,Hodges, Nathaniel,ChemistryBoyle, Robert,Ashmole, Elias,15921623161916251627162816291630163116321633163516391647165016581659166916711675168316851969197719801981200220052006201020114040143580291.2Z2002ocn25754848559464ocn012576566file16300.73Pemble, WilliamA brief introduction to geography containing a descrition [sic] of the grounds and general part thereof ...HistorySources+-+498630806632433733ocn216331583com16270.73Pemble, WilliamSalomons recantation and repentance: or, The booke of Ecclesiastes briefly and fully explained, by that late learned and godly man, William PembleHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesSources33242ocn025425658com16280.73Pemble, WilliamAn introduction to the worthy receiving the sacrament of the Lords SupperHistoryMeditationsSources23819ocn013219578book16290.81Pemble, WilliamDe sensibus internis tractatus17213ocn216859235com16290.73Pemble, WilliamDe formarum origine. Guilielmi Pembeli, Angli, Oxoniensis, tractatus17119ocn013142007book16290.84Pemble, WilliamDe formarum origineHistorySources1677ocn012851959book16350.88Pemble, WilliamThe workes of that late learned minister of God's Holy Word, Mr. William Pemble ... containing sundry treatises and expositions, before extant in severall tracts, and now gathered into one intire volumne12018ocn216859712com16320.70Pemble, WilliamA summe of morall philosophy succinctly gathered, elegantly composed, and methodically handled, by that learned scholler and worthy diuine William Pemble Mr of Arts and late commoner of Mag. HallHistorySources11013ocn216858481com16290.70Pemble, WilliamA short and svveete exposition vpon the first nine chapters of Zachary. By William PembleCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentaries10616ocn216859346com16310.73Pemble, WilliamTractatus de prouidentia Dei. Authore Guilielmo Pembelo, Aulæ Magdalenensis in Academia Oxoniensi nuper alumno dignissimoSTC no. 1958810513ocn034382966book16350.84Pemble, WilliamThe vvorkes of that learned minister of Gods holy word, Mr. William Pemble ... containing sundry treatises and expositions, before extant in severall tracts, and now collected into one intire volumne10312ocn216859101com16190.70Pemble, WilliamA fruitfull sermon, on 1 Cor. 15. 18, 19. VVritten by VVilliam Pemble of Magdalen Hall in OxfordSermons10114ocn606525521file16290.70Pemble, WilliamVindiciæ fidei, or A treatise of iustification by faith wherein the truth of that point is fully cleared, and vindicated from the cauills of it's adversaries deliuered at Magdalen Hall in Oxford; by William Pemble, Mr of Arts988ocn606489617file16300.70Gouge, WilliamAn exposition on the vvhole fifth chapter of S. Iohns Gospell also notes on other choice places of Scripture, taken by a reuerend diuine, now with God, and found in his study after his death, written with his owne handCommentaries956ocn606525460file16290.70Pemble, WilliamFive godly, and profitable sermons concerning. 1 The slaverie of sinne. 2 The mischeife of ignorance. 3 The roote of apostatsie. 4 The benefit of Gods service. 5 The Christians loue. Preached in his life time in sundry places. By that late faithfull minister of Christ Mr William Pemble of Magdalen Hall in the Vniversitie of Oxford959ocn180713852file16500.70Pemble, WilliamTractatus duo de creatione, et providentia dei. Authore Guilielmo Pembelo, Anglo, Oxoniensi937ocn216890276com16330.70Pemble, WilliamEnchiridion oratorium. A Gulielmo Pembelo aulæ Magdalenensis non ita pridem alumno facundissime pio concinnatum925ocn606525512file16250.70Pemble, WilliamVindiciae fidei, or A treatise of iustification by faith wherein that point is fully cleared, and vindicated from the cauils of it's aduersaries. Deliuered in certaine lectures at Magdalen Hall in Oxford, by William Pemble, Master of Arts of the same house: and now published since his death for the publique benefit9018ocn606525449com16310.66Pemble, WilliamThe period of the Persian monarchie VVherein sundry places of Ezra, Nehemiah and Daniel are cleered: extracted, contracted, and englished, much of it out of Doctor Raynolds, by the late learned and godly man William Pemble, of Magdalen Hall in Oxford. Published and enlarged since his death by his friend, Richard CapelHistoryCommentariesSources894ocn606525404file16280.70Pemble, WilliamFiue godly, and profitable sermons concerning 1 The slaverie of sinne. 2 The mischiefe of ignorance. 3 The roote of apostasie. 4 The benefit of Gods service. 5 The Christians loue. Preached in his life time in sundry places. By that late faithfull minister of Christ Mr William Pemble of Magdalen Hall in the Vniversity of Oxford11ocn862083782bookWard, JohnNotebook of John WardManuscriptsA continuation of the two previous volume (Folger MS V.a.290-V.a.291), opening as a diary of Ward's stay in London with notes on many aspects of the natural sciences, medicine and its history, chemistry, and botany. Ward's chief purpose as he here remarks is to "studie such diseases as are peculiar to women and also to children and furnish myself so as to be ready especialy att [the]m when I come into [th]e country" (leaf 18v). Numerous references to London chemists and physicians (leaves 1r-130v, passim) and many notes on the botanical ideas of Edward Morgan and Robert Morison (leaves 27v-107, passim), with accounts of visits to their gardens, as well as Brook's (in Holburn) and Drapers' (in Throgmorton). Extensive extracts from Boyle's Sceptical Chymist (75r-107r, passim) and from Velthusius's Tractatus duo. Ward also writes about visiting St. Thomas' hospital and mentions Thomas Wharton and Mr. Hollyer (leaf 1r); watching demonstrations and hearing lectures at Barber-Surgeon's Hall (leaves 15v, 32v); seeing the beheading of Sir Henry Vane (leaf 64v), Jewish worship, Ben Jonson's Alchemist (leaf 117v); inquiring into the nature of the London companies. Also includes comments on the sermons he heard, among them ones by Baxter (leaf 14) and Ought (leaf 22v), libraries (leaf 170v), and the books he was reading or meant to read+-+4986308066324+-+4986308066324Fri Mar 21 15:07:35 EDT 2014batch22165