Bochim. : Sighs poured out by some troubled hearts, and tendred towards continuing the precious savour of the good name of the late worthy man of God, John Vernon, who having faithfully served his generation, and finished his testimony, by the will of God, fell asleep the twenty ninth day of the third month, 1667.
Speciall newes from the army at Warwicke since the fight : sent from a minister of good note, to an alderman here in London: wherein is related the names of such that are slain and taken prisoners of both sides: and also the comming of the Marquesse of Hartford towards Hereford with 2000. men, but made to retreate againe by the appearing of the Lord Stampford and his forces: also the funerall of Colonel Charls Essex at Warwick, his body being borne to the grave by the Lo: Mandevill, Lo: Brookes, and some 4. or 6. colonels: with other remarkable passages of truth touching that great battle, not yet printed, which will give great satisfaction to the reader. Also a most pious passage uttered by his Excellency to Master Marshall, upon their discourse of the battle.
Author: J. B. Year: 1642
Publisher: London Printed for Henry Overton, at his Shop in Popes-Head-Alley,
A faire in Spittle Fields, where all the knick knacks of astrology are exposed to open sale, to all that will see for their love; and buy for their money. : Where, first Mr. William Lilley presents you with his pack, wherein he hath to sell. 1. The introduction, 2. Nativities caluclated, 3. The great ephimeredies, 4. Monarchy, or no monarchy 5. The caracture of K. Charles, 6. Annus Tenebrosus. Second, Nicholas Culpeper, brings under his veluet jacket. 1. His chalinges against the docttors [sic] of phuisick, [sic] 2. A pocket medicine, 3. An almanack, & conjuring circle, Third Mr. Bowker unlocked his pack, wherein is, 1. The 12. signes of the zodiack 2. The 12. houses, 3. The 7. planets, 4. The yeares predictions, and the starry globe.
Author: J. B. Year: 1652
Publisher: London Printed by J.C. in the yeare,
The knight errant : being a witty, notable and true relation of the strange adventures of Sir William Hart now prisoner in the tower: his severall exploits, cheats, and most witty tricks by him acted ever since his first beeing untill his proclaiming the Scotch king at Worcester, in August last. Written by J.B. Gent.
Author: J. B. Year: 1652
Publisher: London Printed by E. C.,
The filacers office, or, The measne processe filacers make out before appearance, the nature and forms of their several writs, and the manner of their proceedings thereupon. : Together with a table of their fees. Very usefull for all attorneys and practisers of the law, for the dispatch of their businesse in the filacers office. With an exact table, relating to all the matters herein contained.
Author: J. B. Year: 1657
Publisher: London, Printed for Tho. Firby, and are to be sold at his shop near Grayes-Inne-Gate in Holborn.,