Trodden dovvn strength, by the God of strength, : or, Mrs Drake revived. Shewing her strange and rare case, great and many uncouth afflictions, for tenne yeares together : together, with the strange and wonderfull manner how the Lord revealed himselfe unto her, a few dayes before her death.
A warning-piece to the sloathful, idle, careless, drunken and secure ones of these last and worst times : wherein the danger that attends everyone that delights in any of these vices may be avoided, and the reward of those that have their conversation in holinesse may be attained.
Englands faithful physician, or, Precious soul-saving and soul-searching remedies through grace faithfully applyed for the healing and preserving this sinful, sick nation from ruine and destruction : whereby this heavy judgment of God in visiting us with the plague and pestilence which we have lain under may upon our hearty and unfeigned repentance, may be prevented for the future among us : together with a speedy way to grace and salvation through together with a speedy way to grace and salvation through Jesus Christ.
The dreadful character of a drunkard, or, The odious and beastly sin of drunkenness described and condemned : shewing the fearful judgements that have befallen notorious drunkards : with brief exhortations to perswade men from that swinish abominable sin.
The fort-royal of the Scriptures, or, The vade-mecum concordance : presenting unto the world an hundred heads of Scripture, most of them common-placed for publique use : wherein all (especially the weaker sort of Christians) may suddenly command most of all the rarities in the book of God
The firebrand taken out of the fire, or, The wonderfull history, case, and cure of Mis Drake, sometimes the wife of Francis Drake of Esher in the county of Surrey, Esq., who was under the power and severe discipline of Satan for the space of ten yeares, and was redeemed from his tyranny in a wonderfull manner a little before her death,by the great mercy of God, and (instrumentally) by the extraordinary paines prayers, and fastings, of fource reverend divines, whose names are here subscribed, viz. B. Vsher, D. Preston, M. Hooker, M. Dod
The fort-royal of the Scriptures: or, The vade-mecum concordance. : Presenting unto the world an hundred heads of Scripture, most of them common-placed, for publique use. Wherein all (especially the weaker sort of Christians) may suddenly command most of all the rarities in the Book of God.