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Page 59 - A solemn League and Covenant for reformation and defence of religion, the honour and happiness of the King, and the peace and safety of the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Page 43 - Janua) could carry it, was indeed agreed with all by our Mr. Winthrop in his Travels through the Low Countries, to come over into New England and Illuminate this Colledge and country, in the Quality of a President, which was now become vacant.
Page 133 - An Exhortation of the Churches of Bohemia to the Church of England: Wherein is set forth The good of Unity, Order, Discipline and Obedience, in Churches rightly now, or to be Constituted. With a Description premised of the Order and Discipline used in the Churches of the Brethren of Bohemia.
Page 131 - A Patterne of Universall Knowledge, in a plaine and true Draught; or, A Diatyposis, or Model of the Eminently Learned and Pious Promotor of Science in generall, Mr.
Page 104 - DIARY OF AN EMBASSY from KING GEORGE of BOHEMIA to KING LOUIS XI. of FRANCE in the year of Grace 1464, from a contemporary manuscript, literally translated from the original Slavonic.
Page 91 - A Relation containing the manner of the Solemnities at the Election and Coronation of Ferdinand the Empereur, in Francford the 30.
Page 133 - Employments therein. A Work newly written by the Author in Latine and High-Dutch (being one of his last Essays, and the most suitable to Childrens capacities of any that he hath hitherto made) and translated into English, By Charles Hoole, MA For the Use of Young Latin Scholars.
Page 130 - Parts and Titles of Workes which are shortly to follow. Written many yeares agoe in Latine by that Reverend, Godly, Learned, and famous Divine Mr. John Amos Comenius, one of the Seniours of the exiled Church of Moravia...