The Art of good Ilusbandry, or the Improvement of time: being a sure
way to get and keep money. In a letter to Mr. R. A. by R. T. with
permission, August, 7, 1675. Roger L'Estrange, 1675. Quarto, con-
taining cight pages. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 62
A Letter to a Member of Parliament; with two discourses inclosed in it:
1. The one, shewing the reason why a law should pass to punish adul-
tery with death. 2. The other, shewing the reasons why the writ,
de hæretico comburendo, should be abolished.
Non partis studiis agimur, sed sumsimus arma
Consiliis inimica tuis, ignavia fallax.
Printed anno 1675, Quirto, containing eight pages....... 65
A farther brief and true Narration of the late wars risen in New England,
occasioned by the quarrelsome disposition and perfidious carriage of
the barbarous and savage Indian natives there ; with an account of the
fight, the 19th of December last, 1675. London, February 17th,
1675—6. Licensed, Henry Oldenburgh, London, printed by J. D.
for M. K. and are to be sold by the booksellers, 1676. Quarto,
containing eight pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Coffee-Houses vindicated. In answer to the late published character of a
Coffee-House. Asserting from reason, experience, and good authors,
the excellent use and physical vertues of that liquor. With the grand
conveniency of such civil places of resort and ingenious conversation.
London, printed by J. Lock, for J. Clarke, 1675. Folio, containing
eight pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Character of a Fanatick. By a Person of Quality. London, printed
in the year 1075, Quarto, containing eight pages. ... ... 79
A modest Account of the wicked Life of that grand impostor, Lodowick
Muggleton ; wherein are related all the remarkable actions he did, and
all the strange accidents that have befallen him ever since his first com-
ing to London, to this 25th of January, 1676. Also, a particular
of those reasons which first drew him to these damnable principles.
With several pleasant stories concerning him, proving his commission
to be but counterfeit, and himself a cheat, from divers expressions
which have fallen from his own mouth. Licensed according to
order, 1076. Quarto, containing six pages. . . . . . . . . ,83
A true and perfect Account of the Examination, Confession, Trial,
Condemnation, and Execution of Joan Perry, and her two sons, John
and Richard Perry, for the supposed murder of William Harrison,
gent. being one of the most remarkable occurrences which hath hap-
pened in the meniory of man, sent in a letter (by Sir T. O. of Burton,
in the county of Gloucester, knight, and one of his majesty's justices
of the peace) to T. S. doctor of physick in London. Likewise Mr.
Harrison's own account, how he was conveyed into Turkey, and there
made a slave for above two vears; and then, his master, which brought
him there, dying, how he made his escape, and what hardship he en-
dured; who, at last, through the providence of God, returned to
England, while he was supposed to be murdered; here having been his
man-servant arraigned, who falsly impeached his own mother and brn-
ther, as guilty of the murder of his master; they were all three arraign.
ed,convicted, and executed on Broadway-hills, in Gloucestershire. Lon.
don, printed for Rowland Reynolds, next Arundel-gate, over against