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ARMY. The Army's Plea for their present Practice: tendered to the consideration of all ingenuous and impartial men. 4o Lond. 1659.

A Narrative of the Proceedings of the Northern Armies under the present conduct of Generall Monk and the Lord Lambert. 4° Lond. 1659.

An Order of Parliament, Feb. 27. 1659, for all Officers forthwith to repair to the Army. fol. Lond. 1659.

A Proclamation from the Committee of Safety inhibiting all Meetings for the raising and drawing together of Forces without the order of the said Committee, or the Lord Fleetwood. fol. Lond. 1659.

The Agreement of the General Council of Officers of the Armies of England, Scotland, and Ireland, together with the rest of the Officers and Forces in and about London; to which the rest of the Officers and Forces of this Commonwealth, by land and sea, are desired to give their Consent. fol. Lond. 1659.

Five Proposals to the General Council of the Officers of the Armies of England, Scotland, and Ireland. fol. Lond. 1659.

The Army mastered; or, Great Britains Joy: briefly presented to those true Patriots of their Countrey, now assembled in Parliament, by thousands of Persons well-affected to the lawfull Authority of these Nations. fol. Lond. 1659.

An Act appointing Commissioners for the government of the Army. fol, Lond. 1659.

A Declaration of the English Army now in Scotland to the People of Scotland, especially those among them, that know and fear the Lord. 4° Lond. 1659.

Considerations upon the late transactions and proceedings of the Army, in reference to the Dissolution of the Parliament. fol. Lond. 1659.

A Declaration of the Commander in Chief of the Forces in Scotland and of the Officers of the Army under his command, in vindication of the Liberties of the People and the Priviledges of Parliament. fol. Lond. 1659.

A plain Word of Truth to the Officers and Souldiers of the Army. fol. Lond. 1659.

Twelve Plain Proposals offered to the honest and faithful Officers and Souldiers of our English Army. fol. Lond. 1659.

Queries on the Proposalls of the Officers of the Armie to the Parliament, for securing the Peace of the three Nations. 4° 1659.

The Humble Petition and Addresse of the Officers of the Army to the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, &c. 4° Lond. 1659.

A Letter of Addresse from the Officers of the Army in Scotland directed to the hon. the Speaker of the Parliament of the Commonwealth. 4° Lond. 1659.

ARMY.

ARMY. The Armies Duty or faithfull Advice to the Souldiers: given in two Letters by severall honest men unto the Lord Fleetwood. 4° Lond. 1659.

A Declaration of the faithful Soldiers of the Army to all the honest People of the Nation; shewing their resolution to stand by the Good old Cause. 4° Lond. 1659.

-ed. alt. 4° Lond. 1659.

A Declaration of the Officers of the Army inviting the Members of the Long Parliament who continued sitting till the 20th of April 1658, to return to the exercise and Discharge of their Trust. 4° Lond. 1659.

A Letter from a Captain in the Army to an honourable Member of Parliament: dated at Tadcaster January 2. 1659. 4° Lond. 1659.

Proposals to the Officers of the Army & to the City of London, for the taking off all Excise, Taxes, and Custom: by W. W. gent. 4° Lond. 1659.

A Declaration of the Officers of the Army in Scotland to the Churches of Christ in the three Nations. 4° Edinb.1659. A Letter of the Officers of the Army in Scotland, under the Commander in chief there, to the Officers of the Army in England. 4° Lond. [1659.]

The Declaration and Proclamation of the Army of God, owned by the Lord of Hosts in many Victories. To all the good People of God throughout England, Scotland, & Ireland, &c. 4° Lond. 1659.

By the Council of State, a Proclamation concerning the Arrears of the Army Apr. 3. 1660. fol. Lond. 1660.

-The Armys Declaration : being a true Alarum in answer to a false and fiery one made lately by a Member of that detestable Rump and printed for Livewell Chapman. 4° 1660.

Double your Guards, in Answer to a bloody and seditious Pamphlet entituled an Alarum to the Armies of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 4° Lond. 1660.

Several Reasons for the establishment of a standing Army and dissolving the Militia. 4°

The Case of the Inn keepers and Clothiers who quarter'd & cloth'd the Army raised by Act of Parliument in 1677, and disbanded by another Act in 1679. fol.

A Proclamation concerning Army Arrears. 24 Apr. 1695. fol. Lond. 1695.

The Case of the Persons who clothed the Army Anno 1695, 1696, and 1697. fol.

An Argument, shewing that a standing Army is inconsistent with a free Government. 4° Lond. 1697.

Some Reflections on a Pamphlet, entituled, " An Argu ment, shewing that a standing Army is inconsistent with a free Government." 4° Lond. 1697.

A Letter, ballancing the Necessity of keeping a Landforce in times of Peace with the Dangers that may follow on it. 4° Lond. 1697.

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ARMY. A Letter from the Author of the Argument against a standing Army to the Author of the Ballancing Letter. 40% Lond. 1697.

The Second part of an Argument, shewing that a standing Army is inconsistent with a free Government. 4° Lond. 1698.

A Proclamation for the disbanding of the Army. Feb. 23. 1698. fol. Lond. 1698.

A short History of standing Armies in England. -4° : Lond. 1698.

A brief Reply to the History of standing Armies in England. With some account of the Authors. 4° Lond. 1698. An Argument shewing that a standing Army, with consent of Parliament, is not inconsistent with a Free Government, &c. 4° Lond. 1698.

A Confutation of a late Pamphlet intituled "A LetterTM ballancing the Necessity," &c. 4° Lond. 1698.

The Seaman's Opinion of a standing Army in England, in opposition to a Fleet at Sea, as the best security of this Kingdom. 4° Lond. 1699.

Reasons against a standing Army. 8° Lond. 1717.

Three Speeches against continuing the Army, &c. as they were spoken in the House of Commons the last Session-of Parliament. 8° Lond. 1718.

-The Necessity of a Plot, or Reasons for a standing Army, by a friend to K. G. 8° Lond.

The Succession of Colonels to all his Majesties Land Forces from their Rise to 1743: to which is added a List of the Royal Navy. 8° Lond. 1743.

The Question stated with Regard to our Army in Flanders. 8° Lond. 1743.

A short Course of standing Rules for the Government and Conduct of an Army. By a Lieut. General of his Majesty's Forces. 8° Lond. 1744.

Rules and Articles for the better Government of his Majesty's Horse and Foot-guards, and all his other Forces. fol. 1749.

Reasons for an Augmentation of the Army on the Irish Establishment offered to the consideration of the Public. 8° Dubl. 1768.

A Collection of Regulations, Orders, &c. formed and issued for the Use of the Army. fol. Lond. 1788.

Operations of the British Army in Spain; involving Broad Hints to the Commissariat and Board of Transports: with Anecdotes illustrative of the Spanish Character. 8° Lond. 1809.

Army Lists. 59 vol. fol. Lond. 1754-1812. ARMYNE (Lady MARY) A Sermon at her Funeral, by J. D. with an Epistle and Elegy by two grave Divines. 4° Lond. 1676. ARMYNE (Sir WM.) v. SHUTE. WOOD.

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ARNAL (PEDRO) Discurso sobre el Origen y Principio de los Mosaycos y sus varias materias, contraido à los que nuevamente se desubriéron en las excavaciones de la Villa de Rielves de orden de S. M. fol.

ARNALD (RICHARD) A Sermon preached at the Visitation held at St. Martin's Church in Leicester April 22. 1737. 4o Cantab. 1737.

A Critical Commentary upon the Book of the Wisdom of Solomon. fol. Lond. 1744.

-A critical Commentary on such Books of the Apocrypha as are appointed to be read in Churches. fol. Lond. 1760. ARNALD (WILLIAM) DD. The Important Station of an English University a Sermon preached at Cambridge, on Commencement-Sunday 1781. 4° Lond. 1803.

ARNALDO (EL LICENCIADO) El Tribunal dela iusta vengança erigido contra los Escritos de D. Francisco de Queuedo. 12° Valencia. 1635.

ARNALDUS (ANT.) v. ARNAULD.

ARNALDUS Villa-novanus, v. VILLA-NOVA.

ARNASSARUS (L. A.) v. CEZZARITI.`

ARNAUD, v. ARNAULD. CLaude.

ARNAUD (E. R.) Introdvction à la Chymie, ou la vraye Physique. 8° Lyon. 1655.

ARNAUD (GEORGIUS D') De Diis ПTAPEAPOIŹ, sive Adsessoribus et Conjunctis, Commentarius. 8° Hag. Com. 1732.

ARNAUD (GEORGE) Memoires de Chirurgie, avec quelques Remarques historiques sur l'Etat de la Medecine et de la Chirurgie, en France & en Angleterre. 2 tom. 4° Lond. 1768.

ARNAUD (HENRI) Histoire de la glorieuse Rentree des Vaudois dans leurs Valees. 8° 1710.

ARNAUD (p.) v. artephius. flamel.

ARNAUDUS (ANDREAS) Joci, G. Du V. Senatus Aquensis Principi. 12° Avenioni. 1600.

plenè & planè quartùm editi, plurimum aucti, mille mendis curati: quibus adiecta quæ nuper abjecta. 12°

Par. 1609.

ARNAULD (ANTOINE) Plaidoye, contre les Iesuites defendeurs, des 12 & 13 Iuillet. 1594. 8° Lyon. 1594.

8° Par. 1594.

Recueil de Pieces touchant Monsieur Arnauld. 4°

1651-1657.

Lettre a vne Personne de Condition sur ce qui est arriué depuis peu, dans vne Parroisse de Paris, à vn Seigneur de la Cour.

1655.

Seconde Lettre à un Duc & Pair de France. 4° Par.

Considerations sur ce qui s'est passé en l'Assemblée de la Faculté de Theologie de Paris, sur le sujet de la Seconde Lettre de Monsr. Arnauld. 4° Par. 1655.

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ARNAULD (ANTOINE) Dissertatio Theologica, in qua Augustiniana Propositio, defuit Petro Gratia sine qua nihil possumus, totius Traditionis autoritate confirmatur; à scholæ contentionibus sejungitur, cum variis Thomisticæ Scholæ sententiis conciliatur; & à peruulgatâ de Præceptorum impossibilitate calumniâ purgatur. 4° Par. 1656.

Les Lettres apologetiques de M. Arnauld. 4° Par.1657.
Lettre à un de ses Amis. 4° Par. 1657.

Eclaircissement sur quatre Questions importantes pour seruir de response à un Ecrit de M. Arnaud. 8° Lewarde, 1687.

L'Esprit de M. Arnaud, tiré de sa Conduite & des Ecrits de luy & de ses Disciples. 2 tom. 8° Devent. 1684.

Lettre a Monseign'. l'Eveque de Malaga au sujet de sa plainte Catholique addressée a N. S. Pere le Pape Innocent xi. 8o 1689.

Testament Spirituel. 12°

Sommaire de la Theologie du Sieur Arnauld. 8o

Histoire abregée de la Vie et des Ouvrages 'de Monsr. Arnauld, ci-devant imprimée sous le titre de Question Curieuse, &c. 8° Col. 1695.

ARND (JOHANNES) Principium Principiorum quibus Leges Naturales solent demonstrari. 4o Rostoch. 1712.

ARNDICUS (JOS.) v. GUALDO.

ARNDIUS (CAROLUS) Oratio Inauguralis De Scientiæ Literariæ & in Theologia Catechetica, & in Philologia, atque Antiquitate Hebraica subsidio. 4° Rost. 1711.

Systema Literarium. 4° Lips. 1714.

ARNDIUS (JOSUA) v. VAVASSOR.

Tractatus Practicus de Superstitione. 8° Gustrov. 1664. ARNE (SARAH) v. DADLY.

ARNE (THO.) Artaxerxes: an English Opera. 8° Lond.
ARNIGIO (BARTOL.) Meteoria. 80 Bresc. 1568.

Le diece Veglie, de gli ammendati Costumi dell' humana Vita. 4° Bresc. 1577.

4° Trev. 1602.

ARNISÆUS (HENNINGUS) Halberstadiensis. De Subjectione et Exemptione Clericorum: Item de Potestate temporali Pontificis in Principes: & denique de Translatione Imperii Rom. Commentatio Politica. 4° Franc. 1612.

Disquisitiones de Partus Humani legitimis terminis. 12°

Franc. 1641.

Disputationes duodecim in Physicam Aristotelis, unâ cum Disputationibus duabus Politicis de juribus Majestatis essentialibus, & tertiâ Metaphysicâ de subjecto Metaphysices. His accesserunt Exercitationes Physicæ Fridericii Molleri. 4o Halb.

ARNKIEL (M. TROGILLO) Cimbrische Heyden-Religion. 4o Humb. 1690,

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