Henry More’s English Reception: Bibliography, c.1640-1700

(By Mark Burden)

 

The following bibliography covers the period 1640-1700, and includes texts which mention Henry More by name.

 

Henry Hill, A Dialogue between Timotheus & Judas (1646) [book advertisement only]

John Hall, Poems (1647)

Charles Hotham, An Introduction to the Teutonick Philosophie (1650)

Charles Hotham, A True State of the Case of Mr. Hotham, late Fellow of Peter-House (1651)

Thomas Vaughan, The Man-mouse taken in a Trap (1650)

Thomas Vaughan, The Second Wash: Or The Moore Scour’d once more, being a Charitable Cure for the Distractions of Alazonomastix (1651)

William London, A Catalogue of the most Vendible Books in England (1657)

Nathaniel Ingelo, Bentivolio and Urania (1660)

Edward Smith, A Sermon preached at the Funeral of . . . Mrs. Dorothy Litster (1660)

John Smith, Select Discourses (1660)

Io Carole, or, An Extract of a Letter sent from Parnassus (1661)

Ireneus Freeman, Logike latreia the Reasonableness of Divine Service (1661)

Joseph Glanvill, The Vanity of Dogmatizing (1661)

Joseph Glanvill, Lux orientalis (1662)

Zachary Mayne, St. Paul’s Travailing Pangs, with his Legal-Galatians, or, A Treatise of Justification (1662)

Edward Stillingfleet, Origines sacrae (1662)

T. P., A Sober Guess concerning several Dark Prophesies in the Revelation (1662)

John Spencer, A Discourse concerning Prodigies (1663)

Margaret Cavendish, Philosophical Letters (1664)

Edward Leigh, Analecta Caesarum Romanorum (1664)

Henry Power, Experimental Philosophy (1664)

Ralph Venning, Things worth thinking on (1664)

Joseph Beaumont, Some Observations upon the Apologie of Dr. Henry More for his Mystery of Godliness (1665)

William Drage, Daimonomageia (1665)

Henry Hickman, The Believers Duty towards the Spirit (1665)

Marchamont Nedham, Medela medicinae a Plea for the Free Prosestion and Renovation of the Art of Physick (1665)

David Lloyd, Wonders no Miracles (1666)

E. W., No Praeexistence (1667)

A List of the Royal Society (1667)

Thomas Sprat, The History of the Royal-society of London for the Improving of Natural Knowledge (1667)

Margaret Cavendish, The Description of a New World (1668)

Joseph Glanvill, A Blow at Modern Sadducism (1668)

Joseph Glanvill, Plus ultra (1668)

John Howe, The Blessednesse of the Righteous (1668)

David Lloyd, Dying and Dead Mens Living Words (1668)

Richard Baxter, Directions for Weal Distempered Christians (1669)

Robert Boyle, A Continuation of New Experiments Physico-mechanical (1669)

William Simpson, Hydrologia chymica (1669)

Richard Baxter, The Cure of Church-divisions (1670)

Pierre Borel, A Summary or Compendium of the Life of the most Famous Philosopher Renatus Descartes (1670)

Thomas Brooks, A Cabinet of Choice Jewels (1669)

I. C., M. A. of T. C. C., A Guide to the True Religion (1669)

Henry Stubbe, Legends No Histories (1670)

Henry Stubbe, A Specimen of some Animadversions upon a Book entituled, Plus ultra (1670)

Benjamin Camfield, Quod tibi, hoc alteri, ne alteri quod non vis tibi a Profitable Enquiry into that Comprehensive Rule of Righteousness, Do as you would be done by (1671)

Joseph Glanvill, A Further Discovery of M. Stubbe (1671)

Joseph Glanvill, Philosophia pia (1671)

Joseph Glanvill, A Praefatory Answer to Mr. Henry Stubbe (1671)

R. H., Considerations on the Council of Trent (1671)

Henry Stubbe, A Censure upon certain Passages contained in the History of the Royall Society (1671)

Henry Stubbe, An Epistolary Discourse concerning Phlebotomy (1671)

Henry Stubbe, The Lord Bacons Relation to the Sweating-sickness examined (1671)

Henry Stubbe, A Reply unto the Letter written to Mr. Henry Stubbe in Defense of the History of the Royal Society (1671)

John Torbuck, Emerai par emeras, Extraordinary Dayes, Or, Sermons on the most Solemn Feasts and Fasts throughout the Year (1671)

Robert McWard, The True Non-conformist (1671)

Robert Boyle, Tracts (1672)

J. V. C., An Account of Dr. Still.’s late Book against the Church of Rome (1672)

J. V. C., To Catholiko Stillingfleeton (1672)

Joseph Mede, The Works (1672)

William Ramesey, The Gentlemans Companion (1672)

George Sinclair, The Hydrostaticks (1672)

John Walton, A Brief Answer to the many Calumnies of Dr. Henry More, in his pretended Antidote against Idolatry (1672)

Richard Baxter, A Christian Directory (1673)

Robert Boyle, Essays of the Strange Subtilty Great Efficacy Determinate Nature of Effluviums (1673)

Robert Boyle, Tracts (1673)

Gilbert Burnet, Romes Glory (1673)

Robert Clavell, A Catalogue of all the Books printed in England since the Dreadful Fire of London (1673)

William Penn, The Invalidity of John Faldo’s Vindication of his Book, called Quakerism no Christianity (1673)

Nathaniel Wanley, The Wonders of the Little World (1673)

Nathaniel Fairfax, A Treatise of the Bulk and Selvedge of the World (1674)

William Loddington, Quakerism no Paganism (1674)

The Discipline of Truth, Peace, Unity, and Order (1675)

A List of the Royal Society (1675)

John Faldo, XXI Divines (whose Names are her-under affixed) cleared of the Unjust Criminations of Will. Penn (1675)

Robert Ferguson, The Interest of Reason in Religion (1675)

Joseph Glanvill, An Account of Mr. Ferguson, his Common-place-book (1675)

John Hacket, A Century of Sermons (1675)

Thomas Hotchkis, A Discourse concerning the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness to us (1675)

John Howe, The Living Temple (1675)

George Keith, Quakerism no Popery (1675)

Peter Sterry, A Discourse of the Freedom of the Will (1675)

John Wilkins, Of the Principles and Duties of Natural Religion (1675)

John Worthington, The Great Duty of Self-resignation to the Divine Will (1675) [book advertisement only]

Letters and Poems in Honour of the Incomparable Princess, Margaret, Dutchess of Newcastle (1676)

William Allen, Animadversions on that Part of Mr. Robert Ferguson’s Book entituled The Interest of Reason in Religion which treats of Justification (1676) [book advertisement only]

Robert Barclay, Quakerism Confirmed (1676)

Richard Baxter, The Judgment of Non-conformists about the Difference between Grace and Morality (1676)

John Flavel, The Sea-mans Companion (1676)

Thomas Mace, Musick’s Monument (1676) [subscriber]

Mary Stout, The Testimony of the Hartford Quakers for the Man Christ Jesus (1676)

Richard Gilpin, Demonologia sacra (1677)

Henry Hallywell, The Sacred Method of saving Humane Souls by Jesus Christ (1677)

Robert Hooke, Lampas, or, Descriptions of some Mechanical Improvements of Lamps and Waterpoises (1677)

Robert Thoroton, The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire (1677)

John Webster, The Displaying of Supposed Witchcraft (1677)

Catalogus librorum ex bibliotheca nobilis cujusdam Angli (1678)

William Allen, The Christians Justification (1678) [book advertisement only]

Benjamin Camfield, A Theological Discourse of Angels and their Ministries (1678)

Ralph Cudworth, The True Intellectual System of the Universe (1678)

George Fox, A New-England-fire-brand quenched (1678)

Thomas Hotchkis, The Second Part of A Discourse concerning Imputed Righteousness (1678)

Benjamin Camfield, A Theological Discourse of Angels and their Ministries (1678)

Margaret Cavendish, A Collection of Letters and Poems (1678)

Thomas Overbury, Ratiocinium vernaculum (1678)

Rene Rapin, Reflexions upon Ancient and Modern Philosophy, Moral and Natural (1678)

Thomas Tenison, Of Idolatry (1678)

J. Br., The Jesuite countermin’d (1679)

Charles Cotton, The Confinement A Poem, with Annotations (1679)

Gregory Hascard, A Sermon preached upon the Fifth of November (1679)

Robert Hooke, Lectiones Culterianae (1679)

William Hughes, The Spirit of Prophecy (1679)

Timothy Puller, The Moderation of the Church of England considered (1679)

Bibliotheca Digbeiana (1680)

The True Englishman (1680)

The Two First Books of Philostratus . . . in English: Together with Philological Notes upon Each Chapter (1680)

Rene Descartes, Six Metaphysical Meditations . . . translated into English (1680)

Edward Fowler, Libertas evangelica (1680)

John Gadbury, Magna veritas (1680)

Samuel Haworth, Anthropologia, Or, A Philosophic Discourse concerning Man being the Anatomy both of his Soul and Body (1680)

George Hickes, The Spirit of Popery (1680)

J. B., Hagiastrologia (1680)

Philopolite, The True Englishman (1680)

R. R., A Renunciation of Several Popish Doctrines (1680)

Thomas Smith, An Account of the Greek Church (1680) [book advertisement only]

Catalogus librorum bibliothecae reverend. & eruditi viri D. Samuelis Brooke (1681)

[Richard Baxter, An Apology for the Nonconformists Ministry (1681) – citing Hesketh (1680)]

Richard Baxter, A Search for the English Schismatick (1681)

John Browne, A Compleat Treatise of the Muscles as they appear in Humane Body (1681)

Gilbert Burnet, The History of the Reformation of the Church of England (1681)

John Cave, The Gospel preached to the Romans, in Four Sermons (1681)

Samuel Colvil, Mock Poem, or, Whiggs Supplication (1681) [probably]

John Fairfax, Presvteros diples times axios, or The True Dignity of St. Paul’s Elder exemplified in the Life of . . . Mr. Owen Stockton (1681)

Edward Fowler, A Sermon preached before the Judges, &c. in the Time of the Assizes (1681)

Joseph Glanvill, Saducismus triumphatus (1681, 1682, 1688, 1689, 1700)

Joseph Glanvill, The Zealous, and Impartial Protestant (1681)

A True and Impartial Relation of the Informations against Three Witches, viz. Temperance Lloyd, Mary Trembles, and Susanna Edwards (1682)

Richard Baxter, Of the Immortality of Mans Soul (1682)

Richard Baxter, The Nature and Immortality of the Soul (1682)

Richard Baxter, Of the Nature of Spirits (1682)

Richard Baxter, The True History of Councils Enlarged and Defended (1682)

Robert Boyle, New Experiments Physico-mechanical (1682)

Peter Chamberlen, Englands Choice, &c. to all Arch-bishops, and Bishops (1682)

Peter Chamberlen, To the Two Lights of England, the Two Universities (1682)

Walter Charleton, The Harmony of Natural and Positive Divine Laws (1682) [book advertisement only]

Stephen Charnock, Several Discourses upon the Existence and Attributes of God (1682)

George Hickes, A Sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of London (1682) [book advertisement only]

George Keith, Truths Defence (1682)

Edward Polhill, The Samaritan shewing that Many and Unnecessary Impositions are not the Oyl that must heal the Church (1682)

R. B., Wonderful Prodigies of Judgment and Mercy discovered in above Three Hundred Memorable Histories (1682)

George Rust, Two Choice and Useful Treatises (1682)

T. F., The Way to Peace by the Proposal of some Considerations arguing the Necessity of Mutual Love (1682)

An Apology for God’s Worship and Worshipers (1683)

For God’s Worship and Worshipers (1683)

A Narrative of the Demon of Spraiton (1683)

Richard Baxter, Richard Baxter’s Dying Thoughts upon Phil. I, 23 (1683)

Samuel Clarke, The Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons in this Later Age (1683)

George Hickes, Jovian, Or, An Answer to Julian the Apostate (1683) [book advertisement only]

Anthony Horneck, The Fire of the Altar (1683) [book advertisement only]

Henry Jenkes, The Christian Tutor, or, A Free and Rational Discourse of the Sovereign Good and Happiness of Man (1683)

R. Mayhew, Sichah: or, A continued Tract of Meditation (1683)

Timothy Rogers, Early Religion, or, The Way for a Young Man to remember his Creator (1683)

George Rust, A Discourse of the Use of Reason in Matters of Religion (1683)

George Sinclair, Natural Philosophy improven by New Experiments (1683)

John Smith, The Doctrine of the Church of England (1683)

S. T., Animadversions upon a Late Treatise, entituled The Protestant Reconciler (1683)

John Wade, Redemption of Time (1683)

An Awakening Word in Season to the Grand-jury-men of the Nation (1684)

A Calendar of Prophetick Time . . . with a Postscript freeing this Computation from Objections rising from the Sentiments of the most Pious and Learned Expositor Dr. More (1684)

William Allen, Of the State of the Church in Future Ages (1684)

Thomas Beverley, A Scripture-line of Time (1684)

Richard Bovet, Pandaemonium, or, The Devil’s Colyster being a Further Blow to Modern Sadduceism (1684)

John Browne, Adenochoiradelogia, or, An Anatomick-chirurgical Treatise (1684) [book advertisement only]

Thomas De Laune, A Plea for the Non-conformists (1684)

John Edwards, Cometomantia (1684)

John Gadbury, Cardines coeli (1684) [reply to Cometomantia]

Richard Kidder, A Demonstration of the Messias (1684)

George Mackenzie, Jus regium (1684)

George Mackenzie, That the Lawful Successor cannot be debarr’d (1684) [same as Jus regium]

Increase Mather, An Essay for the recording of Illustrious Providences (1684)

Eirenaeus Philalethes, Collectanea chymica (1684) [book catalogue only]

S. E., An Answer to Several Remarks upon Dr. Henry More, his Expositions of the Apocalypse and Daniel (1684)

A Catalogue containing Variety of Ancient and Modern English Books (1685)

A Catalogue of Choice English Books . . . which will be exposed to Sale (1686)

A Catalogue of the Library of Choice Books . . . of . . . Dr. Richard Lee (1685)

A Collection of Cases and other Discourses lately written to recover Dissenters to the Communion of the Church of England (1685)

Richard Baxter, A Paraphrase on the New Testament (1685)

John Flavel, Pneumatologia, A Treatise of the Soul of Man (1685)

George Hickes, The Case of Infant-baptism (1685)

John Norris, A Discourse concerning the Pretended Religious Assembling in Private Conventicles (1685)

John Norris, A Sermon preach’d before the University of Oxford (1685)

Matthew Poole, Annotations upon the Holy Bible (1685)

George Sinclair, Satan’s Invisible World discovered (1685)

James Wright, A Compendious View of the Late Tumults & Troubles in this Kingdom (1685) [book advertisement only]

A Catalogue of Choice Books . . . which will be sold by Way of Auction (1686)

A Catalogue of Choice English Books (1686)

J. Goad, Astro-meteorologica (1686)

Nathaniel Johnston, The Excellency of Monarchical Government (1686)

Nicolas Lemery, A Course of Chemistry (1686) [book advertisement only]

Robert Plot, The Natural History of Stafford-shire (1686)

A Catalogue of the Libraries of Mr. Jer. Copping . . . and Anscel Beaumont (1687)

New from Pannier-alley (1687)

Thomas Beverley, An Exposition of the Divinely Prophetick Song of Songs (1687)

John Brandon, Happiness at Hand (1687)

Pierre Jurieu, The Accomplishment of the Scripture Prophecies (1687)

Increase Mather, A Testimony against several Prophane and Superstitious Customs (1687)

John Norris, A Collection of Miscellanies (1687)

John Turner, An Attempt towards an Explanation of the Theology and Mythology of the Antient Pagans (1687)

The Reasonableness of the Church of England’s Test and Justness of her Reformation asserted . . . by which the Writings of Dr. Stillingfleet, Dr. Tillotson, Dr. Moore &c. are cleared from the Charge of Anticatholick, Anti-christian, Fanatical &c. (1688)

Walter Garrett, A Resolution of Three Important Questions . . . in Answer to the Late Reverend and Learned Dr. H. M. (1688)

Nathaniel Johnston, The King’s Visitatorial Power asserted (1688)

Walter Kettilby, Books printed for Walter Kettilby (1688)

John Kettlewell, The Practical Believer, Or, The Articles of the Apostles Creed drawn out (1688)

John Norris, The Theory and Regulation of Love a Moral Essay (1688)

Peter Pett, The Happy Future State of England (1688)

R. B., The Kingdom of Darkness: Or the History of Daemons (1688)

R. H., A Compendious Discourse on the Eucharist (1688)

John Shower, An Exhortation to Repentance, and Union among Protestants (1688)

Several Arguments for Concessions and Alterations in the Common Prayer (1689)

The Oration of Cicero for M. Marcellus done into English (1689) [book advertisement only]

William Allen, A Discourse of the Nature, Series, and Order of Occurrences as they are prophetically represented in the 11 chap. of the Revelation (1689)

Gilbert Burnet, The Story of Jetzer (1689)

George Care, Liberty of Conscience, asserted and vindicated (1689)

Drue Cressener, The Judgments of God upon the Roman-Catholick Church (1689)

John Flavel, Mount Pisgah (1689)

Edward Gee, The Catalogue of all the Discourses published against Popery, during te Reign of King James II (1689)

Robert Grove, The Protestant and Popish Way of Interpreting Scripture, impartially compared (1689)

Benjamin Keach, Antichrist stormed (1689)

Cotton Mather, Memorable Providence relating to Witchcrafts and Possessions (1689)

John Norris, Reason and Religion (1689)

R. C., The Conformists Charity to Dissenters (1689)

Daniel Whitby, Considerations humbly offered for taking the Oath of Allegiance (1689)

A New Survey of the Book of Common Prayer (1690)

Remarks on Dr. Henry More’s Expositions of the Apocalypse and Daniel, and upon his Apology (1690)

Samuel Annesley, Casuistical Morning-exercises the Fourth Volume (1690)

Robert Boyle, Tracts (1690)

Thomas Brown, The Late Converts exposed (1690)

Drue Cressener, A Demonstration of the First Principles of the Protestant Applications of the Apocalypse (1690)

Walter Garrett, An Essay upon the Fourth and Fifth Chapters of the Revelation (1690)

George Keith, A Refutation of Three Opposers of Truth by Plain Evidence of the Holy Scripture (1690)

John Norris, Christian Blessedness (1690)

John Norris, Reflections upon the Conduct of Human Life with Reference to the Study of Learning and Knowledge (1690) [book advertisement only]

R. C., The Conformists Sayings (1690)

Erasmus Warren, Geologia, Or, A Discourse concerning the Earth before the Deluge (1690)

Richard Baxter, Against the Revolt to a Foreign Jurisdiction (1691)

Richard Baxter, The Certainty of the Worlds of Spirits (1691)

Richard Baxter, An End of Doctrinal Controversies (1691)

Richard Baxter, The Glorious Kingdom of Christ (1691)

Richard Baxter, A Reply to Mr. Tho, Beverley’s Answer (1691)

Richard Baxter, Richard Baxter’s Penitent Confession and his Necessary Vindication (1691)

John Bullord, A Catalogue of Books of two Eminent Mathematicians (1691)

Robert Porter, The Life of Mr. John Hieron (1691)

John Ray, The Wisdom of God manifested in the Works of the Creation (1691)

Anthony Wood, Athenae Oxonienses (1691)

Robert Barclay, Truth Triumphant (1692)

Richard Baxter, The Protestant Religion Truely Stated and Justified (1692)

Thomas Pope Blount, Essays on Several Subjects (1692)

John Dunton, The Young-students-library (1692)

John Edwards, An Enquiry into Four Remarkable Texts of the New Testament (1692)

Henry Hallywell, The Excellency of Moral Vertue (1692)

George Keith, A Serious Appeal to all the more Sober, Impartial & Judicious People in New-England (1692)

Henry Layton, Observations upon a Sermon intituled, A Confutation of Atheism (1692)

John Norris, Two Treatises concerning the Divine Light (1692) [book advertisement only]

John Ray, Miscellaneous Discourses (1692)

John Tillotson, A Sermon preached before the King and Queen at White-hall (1692) [book advertisement only]

Anthony Wood, Athenae Oxonienses (1692)

[mentioning unpublished text by Richard Hayter called Errata Mori]

A Catalogue of Curious Books . . . being the Library of . . . Mr. John Reynolds (1693)

A Catalogue of Excellent English Books (1693)

A Collection of Excellent English Books (1693)

A Collection of Modern English Books (1693)

Large and Sure Foundations (1693)

Adrien Baillet, The Life of Monsieur Des Cartes (1693)

John Beamont, Considerations on a Book, entituled The Theory of the Earth (1693)

C. H., A Philosophical Discourse of Earthquakes (1693)

John Edwards, A Discourse concerning the Authority, Stile, and Perfection of the Books of the Old and New-Testament (1693)

William Freke, A Full Enquiry into the Power of Faith (1693)

John Ray, Three Physico-theological Discourses (1693)

John Shower, Death a Deliverance, or, A Funeral Discourse (1693)

George Trosse, The Sauciness of a Seducer rebuked (1693)

Bibliotheca Ashmoliana (1694)

An Antidote against Bigotry in Religion (1694)

The Harmless Opinion of the Revolution of Humane Souls as a Probable Hypothesis (1694)

John Bullord, An Excellent Collection of Books (1694)

Richard Burthogge, An Essay upon Reason, and the Nature of Spirits (1694)

Gabriel Daniel, A Voyage to the World of Cartesius (1694)

Edmund Elys, Three Letters to the Author of a Book, entituled The Lord’s Day vindicated (1694)

Antoine le Grand, An Entire Body of Philosophy (1694)

John Norris, The Theory and Regulation of Love a Moral Essay (1694)

Francois Rabelais, The Works (1694)

John Robertson, Rusticus ad clericum, Or, The Plow-man rebuking the Priest (1694)

Animadversions on a Postscript to the Defence of Dr. Sherlock (1695)

Digby Bull, The Contrariety of Popery to the Blessed Word of God (1695)

Digby Bull, A Letter of a Protestant Clergy-man to the Reverend Clergy of the Church of England (1695)

John Edwards, Some Thoughts concerning the Several Causes and Occasions of Atheism (1695)

John Howe, A View of that Part of the Late Considerations addrest to H. H. about the Trinity which concerns the Sober Enquiry, on that Subject (1695)

Henry Maurice, An Impartial Account of Mr. John Mason of Water-Stratford, and his Sentiments (1695)

M. S., A Philosophical Discourse of the Nature of Rational and Irrational Souls (1695)

John Norris, Letters concerning the Love of God between the Author of the Proposal to the Ladies and Mr. John Norris (1695)

Edward Pelling, A Practical Discourse concerning the Redeeming of Time (1695)

Thomas Tomkinson, The Muggletonians Principles prevailing (1695) [probably]

William Turner, The History of all Religions in the World (1695)

John Aubrey, Miscellanies (1696)

Richard Baxter, Reliquiae Baxterianae (1696)

Damaris Masham, A Discourse concerning the Love of God (1696)

William Payne, A Letter from Dr. P. to the Bishop of R— (1696)

Mary Astell, A Serious Proposal to the Ladies (1697)

Thomas Bray, Bibliotheca parochialis: Or, A Scheme of such Theological Heads both General and Particular (1697)

John Edwards, Brief Remarks upon Mr. Whiston’s New Theory of the Earth (1697)

John Gadbury, Astrologonaytis or, The Astrological Seaman (1697)

Joseph Jackson, An Essay concerning a Vacuum (1697)

Henry Layton, Observations upon a Short Treatise, written by Mr. Timothy Manlove (1697)

Daniel Leeds, News of a Trumpet sounding in the Wilderness, or, The Quakers Antient Testimony revived, examined and compared with itself (1697)

Daniel Leeds, A Trumpet sounded out of the Wilderness of America (1697)

Timothy Manlove, The Immortality of the Soul asserted, and practically improved (1697)

Edward Millington, Bibliotheca Bassetiana (1697)

William Lloyd, A Sermon preach’d before the House of Lords (1697) [book advertisement only]

A Catalogue of the Library of the Reverend and Learned Dr. Scattergood (1697)

William Turner, A Compleat History of the most Remarkable Providence both of Judgment and Mercy (1697)

Thomas Vaughan, The Tryal and Condemnation of Capt. Thomas Vaugham (1697) [book advertisement only]

A Consolatory Letter upon the Death of a Daughter written after a Philosophical Manner by a Gentleman of the University to his Friend in the Country (1698)

William Bedford, Two Sermons preach’d at St. Maries in Bury St. Edmunds (1698) [book advertisement only]

John Edwards, Sermons on Special Occasions and Subjects (1698)

F. B., A Free but Modest Censure on the late Controversial Writings and Debates of the Lord Bishop of Worcester and Mr. Locke, Mr. Edwards and Mr. Locke, the Hon[ora]ble Charles Boyle, Esq., and Dr. Bently together with Brief Remarks on Monsieur Le Clerc’s Ars Critica (1798)

John Keill, An Examination of Dr. Burnet’s Theory of the Earth together with some Remarks on Mr. Whiston’s New Theory of the Earth (1698)

Josiah King, Mr. Blount’s Oracles of Reasons examined and answered (1698)

Cotton Mather, Eleutheria, or An Idea of the Reformation in England (1698)

John Newte, A Letter to a Friend in the Country concerning the Use of Instrumental Musick in the Worship of God (1698)

Samuel Pratt, A Sermon preach’d before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor (1698) [book advertisement only]

John Sergeant, Non ultra, or, A Letter to a Learned Cartesian settling the Rule of Truth, and First Principles, upon their Deepest Grounds (1698)

Robert Boyle, The Works (1699)

Richard Burthogge, Of the Soul of the World and of Particular Souls in a Letter to Mr. Lock (1699)

John Edwards, Polpoikilos sophia, A Compleat History or Survey of All the Dispensations and Methods of Religion (1699)

Thomas Forrester, The Hierarchical Bishops claim to a Divine Right, tried at the Scripture-bar (1699)

George Garden, An Apology for M. Antonia Bourignon in Four Parts (1699)

Daniel Leeds, A Trumpet sounded out of the Wilderness of America (1699)

William Lloyd, A Chronological Account of the Life of Pythagoras (1699)

John Norris, Practical Discourses upon the Beatitudes (1699) [book advertisement only]

Robert Prudom, Truth unavail’d by Scripture-light in Three Parts (1699)

Joseph Wyeth, Anguis flagellatus, Or, A Switch for the Snake (1699) [possibly?]

James Yonge, Sidrophel vapulans, or, The Quack-astrologer toss’d in a Blanket (1699)

James Brome, Travels over England, Scotland and Wales (1700)

Henry Dodwell, A Treatise concerning the Lawfulness of Instrumental Musick in Holy Offices (1700)

John Field, The Weakness of George Keith’s Reasons for renouncing Quakerism (1700)

Walter Garrett, Oida sou ta erga. Or, The Divine Fore-knowledge of our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ (1700)

Manasseh ben Israel, De termino vitae; or The Term of Life (1700)

Henry Layton, A Search after Souls and Spiritual Operations in Man (1700)

Charles Leigh, The Natural History of Lancashire, Cheshire, and the Peak in Derbyshire (1700)

Andre Lortie, The Scripture-terms of Church-union, with Respect to the Doctrin of the Trinity (1700)

Cotton Mather, A Letter of Advice to the Churches of Non-conformists (1700)

George Monro, The Just Measures of the Pious Institution of Youth represented according to the Maxims of the Gospel (1700)

Caleb Pusey, Satan’s Harbinger encountered (1700) [also citing the Christian Quaker]

John Robertson, Some Manacles for a Mad Priest (1700)

John Maitland, Duke of Lauderdale, The English Part of the Library of the late Duke of Lauderdale (c.1690?)

Matthieu Souverain, Platonism unveil’d (1700)

T. F., Eclectical Chiliasm (1700)

George West, Catalogus librorum . . . insignium Rev. Rob. Whitehal (1700)

Daniel Whitby, A Paraphrase and Commentary upon all the Epistles of the New Testament (1700)