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Prynne, William (1600-1669)  en
The antipathie of the English lordly Prelacie, both to regall monarchy and civill unity: or, an historicall collection of the severall execrable treasons, conspiracies, rebellions, seditions ... of our english, brittish, french, scottish and irish Lordly Prelates against our Kings, Kingdomes ... (London : Michael Sparke, 1641)
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The antipathie of the English lordly prelacie, both to regall monarchy, and civil unity: or, An historicall collection of the severall execrable treasons, conspiracies, rebellions, seditions, state-schismes, contumacies, antimonarchicall practices, & oppressions of our English, British, French ... (London : Michael Sparke, 1641)
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The Antipathie of the English Lordly Prelacie, Both to Regall Monarchy, and Civill Unity: Or, An Historicall Collection of the Severall Execrable Treasons, Conspiracies, Rebellions, Seditions, ... The First -second Part. By William Prynne, ...: 2: The second part of the antipathie of the English ... (Authority, 1641)
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The antipathie of the English lordly prelacie, both to regall monarchy, and civill unity: or, An historicall collection of the severall execrable treasons, conspiracies, rebellions, seditions, state-schismes, contumacies, oppressions, & anti-monarchicall practices, of our English, Brittish, French, Scottish, & Irish lordly prelates, against our kings, kingdomes, laws, liberties; and of the severall warres, and civill dissentions occasioned by them in, or against our realm, in former and latter ages Together with the judgement of our owne ancient writers, & most judicious authors, touching the pretended divine jurisdiction, the calling, lordlinesse, temporalities, wealth, secular imployments, trayterous practises, unprofitablenesse, and mischievousnesse of lordly prelates, both to King, state, Church; with an answer to the chiefe objections made for the divinity, or continuance of their lordly function. The first part. By William Prynne, late (and now againe) an utter-barester of Lincol (London : Michael Sparke senior, 1641)
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Canterburies tooles, or, Instruments wherewith he hath effected many rare feats, and egregarious exploits ... (London, 1641)
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A catalogue of such testimonies in all ages as plainly evidence bishops and presbyters to be both one, equall and the same ... with a briefe answer to the objections out of antiquity, that seeme to the contrary. (London, 1641)
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Comfortable cordials against discomfortable feares of imprisonment, and other sufferings in good causes containing some Latine verses, sentences, and texts of Scripture (London, 1641)
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Raimundo de Sabunde (c.1385-1436)  en
La theologie naturelle de Raymond Sebon (1641)
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Riolan, Jean, Sr (1538-1605)
Advertissement a Theophaste Renaudot contenant les memoires pour iustifier les anciens droicts [et] priuileges de la Faculté de Medecine de Paris (1641)
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Röber, Paul (1587-1651)  de
Gloriae coelestis 1. Magnitudo ... bey Leichbegängnis der Fr. Caritas Ursula Reußnerin, Nic. Schultzen ... Haußehren ... (Wittenberg, 1641)
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Gottliebender Hertzen Hocherwüntzschte Seligkeit/ 1. Quibus? 2. Quid? 3. in quem finem cedat? : Daß denen 1. Die Gott lieben/ 2. Alle dinge/ 3. Zum besten dienen müssen. Rom. 8. v. 28. Bey ... Ehrenbestattung ... Der ... Rosinen Elisabeth/ Des ... Jacob Walches/ Handelsmannen/ und des Rahts in Wittenberg/ hertzlieben Tochter/ So im Jahr Christi 1637. d. 31. Aug. ... aus dieser schnöden Welt ... abgefordert ist / Erkläret durch Paulum Röbern/ D. Prof. Past. und Superintendenten daselbst (Witteberg : Röhner, 1641)
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Israeliticae perditionis 1. origo & initium, 2. progressus & incrementum, 3. ekbasis ac remedium, Aus Osea im 13. Cap. v 9. &c. 1. Des verderbens Israel ursprung/ wer Sie und Uns allezugleich in unglück oder zu unfall bringe? 2. Fortgang/ wie es ausschlage? 3. Ende oder außgang/ wer uns aus demselben/ ja aus Noth und Tod/ Gifft und Pestilentz/ erlösen wolle? : Bey Christlicher Volckreicher Versamlung/ über dem letzten Ehrenbegängnis/ Des ... Herrn M. Christiani Rams/ Hamburgens. der H. Schrifft Studiosi, Welcher ... im Jahr 1637. am 22. Octobris selig im Herrn entschlaffen/ Und folgenden 25. eiusd. mit grosser betraurung in sein Ruhebettlein eingesetzet worden/ Erkläret und auf inständig anhalten zum Druck heraus gelassen / Durch Paulum Roberum ... (Wittenberg : Röhner, 1641)
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Jesus Kindlein/ Das 1. demütige Würmlein/ 2. fruchtbare Zweiglein/ 3. Allmächtige Herrlein. Auß dem Christlichen Gesange: Ein Würmlein bin ich arm und klein/ [et]c. : An dem letzten Ehrentage/ in dieser Welt/ Der ... Frawen/ Annen Catharinen Pelshöferin/ Deß ... Herrn/ Johannis Scharffii, der heiligen Schrifft Licentiati und Professoris Extraordinarii ... HaußEhren/ Welche in die Schaar aller Heiligen abgefodert/ am 22. Decemb. 1640. und ihr Leichnam die 26. Decemb. Christgebührlich zur Erden bestattet/ Erkläret / durch Paulum Röbern/ D. Profess. Past. und Superint. zu Wittenberg (Wittenberg : Hake, 1641)
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Philippi Caesii Deutscher Helicon/ oder Kurtze verfassung aller Arten der Deutschen jetzt üblichen Verse/ wie dieselben ohne Fehler recht zierlich zu schreiben : Bey welchem zu besserm fortgang unserer Poesie Ein Richtiger Anzeiger der Deutschen gleichlautenden und einstimmigen/ so wohl Männlichen/ als Weiblichen Wörter (nach dem abc. Reimweise gesetzt/) zu finden (Wittenberg : Röhner, 1641)
GDZ 
Termini vitae humanae Constitutio, 1. Divinissima. 2. Antiquissima. 3. Singularissima. 4. Determinatissima. 5. Sapientissima seu ordinatissima, 6. Immotissima ([Wittenberg] : Röhner, 1641)
ULBH 
Ziel menschliches Lebens ... bey Leichbestattung des Hn. Rud. v. Bünawens ... (Wittenberg, 1641)
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Rous, Francis (1579-1658)
Catholick charitie complaining and maintaining, that Rome is uncharitable to sundry eminent parts of the Catholick Church, and especially to Protestants, and is therefore Uncatholick : and so, a Romish book, called Charitie mistaken, though undertaken by a second, is it selfe a mistaking (London : R. Young for J. Bartlet ..., 1641)
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A religious and worthy speech spoken by Mr. Rovse in Parliament concerning the goods, libertjes, and lives of his Majesties subjects laying open, the paintings that are used by the whore of Rome, and Arminianisme amongst us, to draw the people thereby to idolatry : by which meanes, they seeke both to take away our wealth and religion, and the dangerous consequence thereof : with the neere correspondencie, and allyance, that is apparently evident to be betweene our Bishops, and the Bishop of Rome, and the remedy propounded to redresse all such greevances. (London : W.H., 1641)
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Salian, Jacques, S.J. (1557-1640)
Annales ecclesiastici veteris testamenti ... Quibus connexi sunt annales imperii assyriorum, babyloniorum, ... (G. Josse, 1641)
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Salmasius, Claudius (1588-1653)  en
De episcopis et presbyteris (Ex officina Ioannis Maire, 1641)
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