Books printed for, and sold by Richard Chiswel.
Speed’s Maps and Geography of Great Britain
and Ireland, and of
Dr. Cave’s Lives of the Primitive Fathers.
Dr. Cary’s Chronological Account of Ancient time.
Wanly’s Wonders of the little World, or History of Man.
Sir Tho. Herbert’s Travels into Persia, &c.
Holyoak’s large Dictionary, Latin and English.
Sir Richard Baker’s Chronicle of England.
Causin’s Holy Court.
Wilson’s compleat Christian Dictionary.
Bishop Wilkin’s Real Character, or Philosophical Language.
Pharmacopoeia Regalis Collegii Medicorum Londineisis reformata.
Judge Jone’s Reports in Common Law.
Judge Vaughn’s Reports in Common Law.
Cave Tabula Ecclesiasticorum Scriptorum.
Lord Bacon’s Advancement of Learning.
Sir W. Dugdale’s Baronage of England, in 2 Vol.
Dr. Littleton’s Dictionary.
Bishop Nicholson on the Church Catechism.
The Compleat Clerk.
History of the late Wars of New England.
Dr. Outram de Sacrificiis.
Bishop Taylor’s Disswasive from Popery.
Dr. Gibb’s Sermons.
Parkeri Disputationes de Deo.
History of the future State of Europe.
Dr. Fowler’s Defence of the Design of Christianity,
Dr. Sherlock’s Visitation-Sermon at Warrington.
Dr. West’s Assize-Serm. at Dorchester, 1671.
Lord Hollis’s Relation of the Unjust Accusation
of certain French
Gentlemen charged with a Robbery, 1671.
The Magistrates Authority asserted, in a Sermon by James Paston.
Elborow’s Rationale upon the English Service-Book.
Dr. Burnet’s Vindication of the Ordination of the Church of England.
Bishop Wilkin’s Natural Religion.
Hard-castle’s Christ. Geography and Arithmetick.
Dr. Ashton’s Apology for the Honours and Revenues of the Clergy.
Lord Hollis’s Vindication of the Judicature of the House of Peers, in the case of Skinner.
——Jurisdiction of the House of Peers in case of Appeals.
——Jurisdiction of the House of Peers in case of Impositions.
——Letter about the Bishops Vote in Capital Cases.
Dr. Grew’s Idea of Phytological History continued on Roots.
The Spaniards Conspiracy against the State of Venice.
Several Tracts of Mr. Hales of Eaton, of the Sin against
Bishop Sanderson’s Life.