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9th September 1696
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Some Books Printed for B. Aylmer, at the Three Pigeons in Cornhill.

THE Works of the Most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson, late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, containing Fifty four Sermons and Discourses on Several Occasions; together with the Rule of Faith. Being all that were published by his Grace himself, and now collected into one Volume: To which is added, an Alphabetical Table of the Principal Matters. Price 20 s.

Six Sermons; viz. Of Stedfastness in Religion. Of Family Religion. Of Education of Children. Of the Advantages of an Early Piety. By his Grace, John, late Archbishop of Canterbury. In 120. price 18 d.

A Persuasive to frequent Communion in the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper; Also by his Grace, John, late Archbishop of Canterbury. in 120. Bound 6 d. or Stitch'd in 8vo. 3 d. or something Cheaper to those that are so Charitable to give away Numbers.

The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament and the New; with Annotations and very exact Parallel Seriptures. To which is Annex'd the Harmony of the Gospels; as also the Reduction of the Jewish Weights, Coins and Measures, to our English Standards. And a Table of the Promises in Scripture. By Samuel Clark, Minister of the Gospel. Printed in Folio on a very Fair Letter; the like never before in one Volume. To which is newly added a very Exact and Useful Concordance. Price 30 Shill.

Practical Discourses upon the Consideration of our Latter End, and the Danger and Mischief of Delaying Repentance. By Dr. Isaac Barrow, in 8vo. Price 18 d.

The Four Last Things, viz. Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell: Practically Considered and Applied. By W. Bates, D. D. in 120. Price 2 s.

The Great Duty of Resignation to the Divine Will in Afflictions. Also by Dr. Bates. In 8vo. 18 d.

Sermons of the Forgiveness of Sins. On Psalm 130. v. 4: Also by Dr. Bates. Price 18 d.

The Cure of Distractions in Attending upon God. In several Sermons. By Nathanael Vincent, M. A. In 8vo. Price 2 s.

Also several Sermons against the Love of the World. By N. Vincent. In 120. Price 12 d.

Also his Sermon at the Funeral of Mr. Lawrence. 6 d.

Enchiridion Medicum: Or, A Manual of Physick. Being a Compendium of the whole Art. In 3 Parts. viz. I. Of Diseases of the Head. II. Of Diseases of the Breast. III. Of the Diseases of the Belly. Wherein Is briefly shewed; 1. The Names. 2. The Derivation. 3. The Causes, 4. The Signs. 5. The Prognosticks. And 6. A Rational Method of Cure. Comprehending the substance of the more approved Authors both Ancient and Modern. Published for the Benefit of all Persons, being fitted to the meanest Capacity. By Robert Johnson, Med. Professor. Price 2 s. 6 d.

A Brief Concordance to the Holy Bible, of the most usual and useful Places which one may have occasion to seek for: In a new Method. By Samuel Clark, M. A. Price 2 s.

The Great Concern: Or, A serious Warning to a timely and thorough Preparation for Death; with Helps and Directions thereunto. By Edward Pearse. Recommended as proper to be given at Funerals. Price 1 s.

A Warning to Clippers, Coiners, and Highwaymen, being the Dying Speeches of Two Penitent Criminals; Daniel Chapman for Clipping, and David Tanner for Robbing on the Highway, who were Executed at Glocester, the 19th of August 1696. Price 2 d.

A Sermon preached at the Meeting of Protestent Diffenters, called Quakers, in Turner's Hall, London, on the 16th of the Second Month, 1696. Being the Publick Day of Thanksgiving for the Deliverance of the King and Kingdom. By George Keith. To which is added a Testimony of Fidelity and Subjection to King William the IIId. from the aforesaid People on behalf of themselves and others of the same Persuasion with them.

An Exact Narrative of the Proceedings at Turners-Hall, the 11th of the Month called June, 1696. Together with the Disputes and Speeches there, between George Keith and other Quakers, differing from him in some Religious Principles. The whole Published and Revised by George Keith. With an Appendix containing some New Passages to prove his Opponents guilty of Gross Erros and Self-Contradictions.

The Advice of a Father: Or Counsel to a Child; Directing him how to demean himself in the most important Passages of this Life. By E. C. Gent. In 120. Price 12 d.

A Conference with an Anabaptist. By Dr. Asheton of Beckenham in Kent. Price 12 d.

A Theological Discourse of Last Wills and Testaments. Also by Dr. Asheton. Price 12 d.

Several small Books against Debauchery, Prosaneness, Blasphemy, Cursing and Swearing. &c. By Dr. Asheton. Price 2 d. cash, and something cheaper to them that gave away Numbers.

A Discourse concerning a Death-Bed Repentance. By William Assheton, D D.

Contemplations of Death and Immortality: By the late Earl of Manchester. The 15th Edition, In 120. Price 12 d.

A Familiar Guide to the Right and Profitable Receiving of the Lord's Supper: Wherein also the Way and Method of our Salvation is briefly and plainly declared. By T. Dorrington. Price 12 d.

An Admirable Water against Convulsion Fits, and the Falling Sickness. Being a Secret kept in an Eminent Family for many Years, and now for general good made publick. To be sold by Mr. Aylmer at the Three Pidgeons against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill. The smaller Bottle at 3 s.

David Povey, Operator for the Teath liveth in Hatton Garden, near the Goat-Tavern; who has an easie speedy, and safe way of Curing the Tooth-Ach, without Stoping, Drawing, or Burning in the Ear. He hath likewise an easie, speedy, and safe way of Curing all sorts of Sore Eyes, Yellow-Jaundice, Canker and Ulcer in the Throat, in a few times using.

At the Blew Ball in Whale Bone-Court, at the Lower End of Bartholomew Lane, near the Royal Exchange; Liveth W. Elvry, Professor of Physick, of known Integrity: Who most safely and expeditiously Cures Deafness and Noises in the Ears in any, of what Age soever (if Curable) and at first sight, by Inspection, resolves the Patient if so or not, as most eminent Persons of Quality can testify. The Ear is the Organ of Hearing, the most Spiritual Sense, the Agent of Understanding, the Gate through which Sense, Truth, and Virtue, hath its Entrance into the Soul. He hath likewise a Pill which Cleanseth the Blood from all Impurities, infallibly curing the Scurvey: It cures the Head-Ach to Admiration, taking away Vapours Offensive to the Brain: It creates a good Stomach and Digestion; takes away Sharpness of Urine, and Cleanseth the Reins; and being a certain and present remedy for the Gour. It cures all Joynt-Pains, resist-Feavers and Surfeits; and preserves the Body in perfect Health. He hath Boxes of several Prices, according as Necessity requires, with Directions, from 1 s. 6 d. to 3 s. Also a most excellent Gargarism or mouth-water, which will make Black or Yellow Teeth as White as Ivory in a few times using; and it will certainly cure the Scurvy, and all other Diseases incident to the Mouth, Teeth, and Gums. The Glasses are of several Prices, with Directions.

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