Provisional bibliography of English Bohemists

This is a provisional bibliography of books written by the English followers of the 'Teutonic theosopher' Jacob Boehme, and others influenced by his thought. The descriptions include the full text of the title page, together with a list of the contents, notes on any illustrations, and the STC, Wing, or ESTC numbers if available. As some of these books are extremely rare, I have, where relevant, indicated the availability of a microfilm copy in easily accessible series, such as the 'Early English Printed books on Micriofilm', which most larger University Libraries will hold. This list will be amended and updated when I have further information - Adam McLean.

1. [Philadelphian Society].
Propositions Extracted From the Reasons for the Foundation and Promotion of a Philadelphian Society.
London, 1697.

2. [Philadelphian Society].
The State of the Philadelphian Society, or the Grounds of Their Proceedings Consider'd in Answer to a letter from Philaletes. Upon Occasion of the Theosophical Transactions, etc., to a Member of That Society.
London, 1697.

3. [Philadelphian Society].
The Declaration of the Philadelphian Society of England. Easterday 1699.

4. Anderson, John.
One blow at Babel in those of the pepole called Behmenites: whose foundation is... J. Behmen's writings.
Printed, 1662.
Wing A3082

5. Boehme, Jacob.
Extracts from Mercurius Teutonicus... Being divers prophetical passages of the fall of Babel and the new building in Zion: gathered out of the mystical writings of... J. Behmen. [With extracts from other authors.]
G. Riebau: London, 1795.
ESTC

6. Boehme, Jacob.
Theological and practical divinity: with... several treatises by Jacob Behmen. The parable of a pilgrim (Patrick's). And divers other tracts. Pub. by a gentleman retired from business.
[London], 1769.
ESTC

7. Boehme, Jacob.
Important truths relating to spiritual and practical Christianity: selected from several eminent spiritual writers with divers extracts from a treatise, intitled, The Way to Christ, written by Jacob Behmen. Published by a gentleman retired from business.
London: printed in the year, 1769.
ESTC t124252

8. Boehme, Jacob.
The works of Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher... To which is prefixed, The Life of the Author. With Figures, illustrating his Principles, left by the Reverend William Law, M.A.
London, Printed for M. Richardson, in Pater-noster Row. MDCCLXIII-LXXXI
ESTC t125516
Frontispiece + 24 + [4] + 22 + [4] + p23-270 + [6] + 302 + [20] + [2] pages + 3 folios of engravings ; ; [4] + 508 + [26] + 38 pages + three elaborate engavings with opening out sections ; [6] + 304 [engraving inserted after p140] + 218 [with two engravings inserted into the pagination] + [8] pages.
Volume I.
p[2] [Frontispiece engraving. Portait of Boehme.]
p1 [Title page.] The works of Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher. Volume I. Containing, I. The Aurora. II. The Three Principles. To which is prefixed, The Life of the Author. With Figures, illustrating his Principles, left by the Reverend William Law, M.A.
p3 Advertisement.
p5-6 A Dialogue between Zelotes, Alphabetus, Rusticus, and Theophilus. A Fragment.
p7-9 An Address to the Earnest Lovers of Wisdom.
p11-23 The Life of Jacob Behmen, The Teutonic Theosopher.
p[1] [Engraving entitled "The Monumental Cross of Jacob Behmen".]
p[3] A Catalogue of the Bookjs Written by Jacob Behmen, The Teutonic Theosopher.
p1-269 Aurora: The Day-Spring, or, Dawning of the Day in the East; or, Morning-Redness in the Rising of the Sun: That is, The Root or Mother of Philosophy, Astrology, and Theology, from the True Ground: Or, A Description of Nature.
I. How All was, and came to be in the Beginning.
II. How Nature and the Elements are become creaturely.
III. Of the Two Qualities of Evil and Good.
IV. From whence all Things have their Original.
V. And how all stand and work at present.
VI. How all will be at the End of this Time.
VII. What is the Condition of the Kingdom of God, and of the Kingdom of Hell.
VIII. And how Men work, and act creaturely, in each of them.
All set down from a true Ground in the Knowledge of the Spirit, and by the Impulse of God.
By Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher.
p3 Advertisment By the Author.
p5-7 Preface to the Reader.
p9-18 The Author's Preface.
p19-22 The Contents of This Book, By Way of Introduction.
p[2] [Engraving of the Elders before the Throne.]
p[3] The Places of Scripture referred to in the Figure.
p23-270 Aurora: The Day-spring, or Dawning of the Day in the East. [Text in 27 chapters.]
p[1]-[5] Brief contents of the Aurora.
p1 The Three Principles of the Divine Essence. Of the Eternal Dark, Light, and Temporary World. Showing What the Soul, the Image and the Spirit of the Soul are: As also what Angels, Heaven, and Paradise are. How Adam was before the Fall, in the Fall, and after the Fall. And What the Wrath of God, Sin, Death, the Devils, and Hell are: How all Things have been, now are, and how they shall be at the last. By Jacob Behmen, the Tuetonic [sic] Theosopher.
p3-4 Preface to the Reader.
p5-8 The Author's Preface.
p9-293 The Three Principles of the Divine Essence. [Text in 27 chapters.]
p295-301 An Appendix. Or Fundamental and true Description of the Threefold Life in Man.
p[1]-[20] An Alphabetical Table of the Principal Contents of the several Verses of the Book of the Three Principles.
p[1] An Illustration of the Deep Principles of Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher, in figures Left by the Reverend William Law, M.A.
[Three folios inserted, with 2 elaborate engravings, the first "The Origin of Things and the Precess of Christ" having a number of pasted-on sections, and the second "the Tree of the Soul" being hand tinted.

Volume II.
[Description will be added later.]

Volume III.
p[1] [Title page] The Works of Jacob Behmen, The Teutonic Theosopher. Volume III. Containing I. The Mysterium Magnum: Or an Explanation of the first Book of Moses, called Genesis: In Three Parts. II. Four Tables Of Divine Revelation. With Figures, illustrating his Principles, left by the Reverend William Law, M.A. London, Printed for G. Robinson, in Pater-noster Row. MDCCLXXII.
p[3] Advertisement.
p1 Mysterium Magnum: Or, An Explanation of the First Book of Moses called Genesis. In Three Parts.
p3-6 Preface to the Reader.
p7-9 The Author's Preface.
p11-185 Mysterium Magnum. Part I. Of the Grand Mystery; that is, of the Manifestation of the Divine Word, through the Three Principles of the Divine Essence. [Chapters 1-34.]
p187-387 Mysterium Magnum. Part II. Begins with the Propagation of the Human Tree through Noah's Children; and the Building of the Tower of Babel and Confusion of the Speeches, and their Division into several Nations. This is the other Tree, wherein the Powers of the Properties unfold and form themselves into the Languages; even out of One into many Languages, Tongues, and Speeches. [Chapters 35-64.]
p388-507 Mysterium Magnum: Part the third. Being the Most Excellent History of Joseph, Which is the clearest Figure of the New Man regenerated out of the earthly old Adam: And is A Looking-Glass, wherein every one may try, examine, and discern what Spirit's Child himself is. Written by Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher. [Chapters 64-78.]
p[1]-[26] An Alphabetical Table of the Chief Matters to be found in this Book of the Mysterium Magnum.
p1 [New title page] Four Tables of Divine Revelation, Signifying What God in himself is without Nature; and how considered in Nature, according to the Three Principles. Also, What Heaven, Hell, World, Time and Eternity are: Together with all Creatures visible and invisible: And out of what all Things had their Original. By Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher.
p3 Preface to the Reader.
p5-20 [The four tables, correspondencies set out in letterpress, with explanatory text.]
p21-22 A Catalogue of the Books Written by Jacob Boehmen, The Teutonic Theosopher.
p23 [New title page.] An Illustration of the Deep Principles of Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher, In Figures, Left by the Reverend William Law, M.A.
p25-37 An Explanation of the Figures [This text refers to the Three Tables, a set of three complex engravings, which follow immediately after.]
p[1] The First Table. [Elaborate engaving with opening-out sections.]
p[3] The Second Table. [Elaborate engaving with opening-out sections.]
p[5] The Third Table. [Elaborate engaving with opening-out sections.]

Volume IV.
p[1] [Title page.] The Works of Jacob Behmen, The Teutonic Theosopher. Volume The Fourth. Containing I. Signatura Rerum; the Signature of all Things. II. Of the Election of Grace; or, Of God's Will towards Man, commonly called Predestination. III. The Way to Christ. IV. A Discourse between a Soul hungry and thirsty after the Fountain of Life, the sweet Love of Jesus Christ; and a Soul enlightened. V. Of the Four Complexions. VI. Of Christ's Testaments, Baptism, and the Supper. With Figures, illustrating his Principles, left by the Reverend William Law, M.A. London, Printed for G. Robinson, in Pater-noster Row. MDCCLXXXI.
p[3]-[4] Advertisement.
p[6] Errata.
p1 [New title page.] Signatura Rerum; The Signature of all Things. Shewing the Sign and Signification of The several Forms and Shapes in the Creation; and what the Beginning, Ruin, and Cure of Every Thing is, It proceeds out of Eternity into Time, and again out of Time into Eternity. By Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher.
p3-6 Preface to the Reader.
p7-8 The Contents of the chapters of the Signatura Rerum.
p9-138 Signatura Rerum; the Signature of all Things. [Text in 16 chapters.]
p139-140 Postscript by the Translator.
Inserted after p140 [Engraving entitled Magnum Opus Philosophicum'.]
p141 [New title page.] Of the Election of Grace; or Of God's will towards man, commonly called, Predestination. It shews how the texts of Scripture are to be understood which treat of Fallen lost Adam, and of the New Birth from Christ: Being A short Declaration and Introduction concerning the highest Ground, shewing how Man may attain Divine Skill and Knowledge. By Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher.
p143-149 Preface to the Reader.
p151-2 The Contents of the Book.
p153-4 The Author's Preface.
p155-297 Of Election. [Text in 13 chapters.]
p299 [New title page.] Appendix to the book of Election: being A Compendium Of Repentance, or, A Short Description of the Key which opens the Divine Mysteries, and leadeth to the Knowledge of them. By Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher.
p301-304 A Compendium of Repentance.
p1 [New title page.] The Way to Christ. Discovered and Described in the following treatises. I. Of True Repentance. II. Of True Resignation. III. Of Regeneration. IV. Of the Supersensual Life. Written in the German Language, Anno. 1622, By Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher.
p2 [Quotations from the New Testament.]
p3 The Author's Preface to the Reader.
p5 [New title page.] The First Book of True Repentance: Shewing how man should stir up himself in Mind and Will, and what his earnest consideration and purpose should be.
p6 [Quotations from the New Testament.]
p7-28 Of True Repentance.
p29 The Second Book. Of True Resignation. Shewing How Man must daily die to his own Will in Self; how he must bring his Desire into God, and what he should ask and desire of God. Likewise How he must spring up out of the dying sinful Man, with a new Mind and Will through the Spirit of Christ. Also What the Old and New Man are, and what each of them is in Life, Will, and Practise.
p30 [Quotations from the New Testament.]
p31-43 Of True Resignation.
p45 [New title page.] The Third Book. Of Regeneration or the New Birth. Shewing How he that earnestly seeketh Salvation, must suffer himself to be brought out of the confused and contentious Babel, by the Spirit of Christ, that he may be born a-new in the Spirit of Christ, and live to Him only.
p46 [Quotation from the New Testament.]
p47 The Author's Preface to the Reader.
p48 Contents of the Chapters.
p49-69 Of Regeneration. [Text in 8 chapters.]
p71 [New title page.] The Fourth Book. A Dialogue between a Scholar and his Master, concerning the Supersensual Life. Shewing How the Soul may attain to Divine Hearing and Vision, and what its Childship in the Natural and Supernatural Life is; and how it passeth out of Nature into God, and out of God into Nature and Self again; also what its Salvation and Perdition are.
p72 [Quotation from the New Testament.]
p73-110 Of The Supersensual Life, or, The Life which is above sense. In A Dialogue between a Scholar or Disciple and his Master.
p111 [New title page.] A Discourse between A Soul Hungry and Thirsty after the Fountain of Life, the Sweet Love of Jesus Christ, and A Soul Enlightened. Shewing Which Way one Soul should seek after and comfort another, and bring it by Means of its Knowledge into the Paths of Christ's Pilgrimage, and faithfully warn it of the thorny Way of the World, which leadeth the fallen Soul that naturally walketh therein, into the Abyss or Pit of Hell. Composed by a Soul that loveth all who are the Children of Jesus Christ under the Cross.
p113-124 The Way From Darkness To True Illumination.
p125 A Treatise of The Four Complexions. Or, a consolatory instruction for A Sad and Assaulted Heart, in The Time of Temptation. Shewing Whence Sadness naturally ariseth, and how the Assaulting happeneth. The Whole confirmed by several pertinent and comfortable Texts.
p126 [Quotations from the New Testament.]
p127 To The Reader.
p129-151 Of The Four Complexions. [Text in 6 chapters.]
p153 [New title page.] A Treatise of Christ's Testaments, Baptism, and the Supper. In Two Books. I. Of Holy Baptism, how it is to be understood in the ground of it, and why a Christian should be Baptised. II. Of the Holy Supper of the Lord Christ, what it is, with the Benefit and Effects of it, and how the same may be worthily participated of. And how they are to be understood, both according to the Old, and New Testament. Set forth from the true Theosophical Ground, through the Three Principles of the Divine Revelation, And presented to the Children of God for the Information of their Understandings. By Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic Theosopher.
p155-158 Preface to the Reader.
p159 A Letter to Carl von Endern. [At end "Jacob Behmen".]
p161-164 The Author's Preface.
p165 Advertisement.
p166-190 [Text of the Holy Baptism in 4 chapters. Up to page 181, the middle of the third chapter, two versions of the text are shown on opposite pages. One version, on the odd numbered pages is a simplfied version of the original text.]
p191 [New title page.] The Second Book concerning The Holy Supper of our Lord Jesus Christ. What kind of participation it is, and how that is to be understood. Also concerning the Contention of the Learned about Christ's Cup: What they do about it; also what is to be held concerning it. Wherein Babel, the great City upon Earth, with her Form and Wonders, together with the Antichrist, standeth quite naked and manifest. To the Comfort of the simple Children of Jesus Christ, and to the building up of the true Christian Religion, in this confused troublesome Time. All very earnestly and sincerely discovered from the Knowledge of the Great Mystery.
p192 [Quotation from the New Testament.]
p193 An Intimation or Instruction to the Reader. [At end "Jacob Behmen."]
p194 The Contents of the Chapters of the Second Book, concerning the Holy Supper of Jesus Christ.
p195-218 [Text in 5 chapters.]
Inserted after p216 Large folded engraving, labelled "Fig. I.", hand-tinted, and entitled "The True Principles of All Things".
Inserted after p218 Engraving, labelled "Fig. II .", and entitled "The Constituent Parts of Man."
p[1]-[7] An Alphabetical Table of the Two Testaments.

Volumes 1 and 2 with imprint M. Richardson.Volumes 3 and 4 with imprint G. Robinson.

9. Boehme, Jacob.
The works of Jacob Behmen, the Teutonic theosopher... To which is prefixed, the life of the author. With figures, illustrating his principles, left by the Reverend William Law, M.A. [Edited by G. Ward and T. Langcake.]
London, Printed for M. Richardson, MDCCLXIII-LXXXI
ESTC t125516
Volume 1 with imprint M. Richardson.Volume 2 with imprint J. RichardsonVolumes 3 and 4 with imprint G. Robinson.

10. Boehme, Jacob.
An Apologie concerning Perfection Being a Fundamental Answer and Reply upon Esaiah Stiefel His Exposition of the Four Texts of the Holy Scripture Written In the Year 1622. finished the 6. Aprill. By Jacob Behme Also called Teutonicus Philosophus Englished by John Sparrow.
London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Black-Spread-Eagle at the West end of St. Pauls. 1661.
Wing B3395
[2] + 132 pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p1 The Preface.
p2 The Points to be explained are these Four Texts of Scripture.
p3-37 The First Text.
p38-48 The Second Text.
p39-67 The Third Text.
p68-132 The Fourth Text.
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 124 Signatures labelled Ff to Bbb suggest that this was part of a larger book.

11. Boehme, Jacob.
Aurora. That is, the Day-Spring. Or Dawning of the Day in the Orient or Morning-Rednesse in the Rising of the Sun. That is The Root or Mother of Philosophie, Astrologie and Theologie from the true Ground. Or, A Description of Nature.
I. How All was, and came to be in the Beginning.
II. How Nature and the Elements are become Creaturely.
III. Also of the Two Qualities Evill and Good.
IIII. From whence all things had their Original.
V. And how all stand and work at present.
VI. Also how all will be at the End of this Time.
VII. Also what is the Condition of the Kingdom of God, and of the Kingdom of Hell.
VIII. And how men work and act creaturely in Each of them.
All this set down diligently from a true Ground in the Knowledge of the Spirit, and in the impulse of God.
By Jacob Behme Teutonick Philosopher. Being his First Book. Written
in Gerlitz in Germany Anno Christi M.DC.XII. on Tuesday of the Day of Pentecost or Whitsunday Aetatis suae 37. [Translated by John Sparrow.]
London, Printed by John Streater, for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Black-spread-Eagle at the West-End of Pauls. 1656.
Wing B3397
[30] + 642 pages.
p[2] [Quotations from the Book of Revelation.]
p[3] [Title page.]
p[5] [Engraving of the Elders before the Throne from Book of Revelation. Engraved by W. Hollar.]
p[7] [Note on writings of Boehme.]
p[8]-[19] Preface to the Reader. [At end "John Sparrow".]
p[21]-[28] The Brief Contents of the 26. Chapters of the First Book of the Author, called, the Aurora.
p[29]-[30] [Errata.]
p1-21 J.B. Preface for the Aurora. To the Courteous Reader.
p23-32 The Contents of this Book, by way of Introduction.
p33-641 [Text in 26 chapters.]
p642 [Note by Boehme, dated 1620, about the unfinished nature of this book. It breaks off at chapter 27.]
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 124

12. Boehme, Jacob.
Concerning the Election of Grace. Or Of Gods Will towards Man. Commonly called Predestination. That is, How the Texts of Scripture are to be understood which treat of Fallen lost Adam, and of the New Birth from Christ. Being a short Declaration and Introduction concerning the highest Ground, shewing how Man may attain Divine Skill and Knowledge. Written in the German tongue, anno 1623. By Jacob Behme. Teutonicus Philosophus. [Translated by John Sparrow.]
London, Printed by John Streater, for Giles Calvert and John Allen, and to be sold at their Shops, at the Black-spread-Eagle at the West End of Pauls; and at the Sun Rising in Paul's Church-Yard in the New Buildings between the two North Doores, 1655.
Wing B3398
[26] + 2 + 198 + [2] + [6 - p199-204] + [2 blank] + [12] pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[23] To the English Reader. [At end "John Sparrow".]
p[25]-[26] A Brief Contents of this Book.
p1-2 The Authors Preface to the Reader.
p1-197 [Text in thirteen chapters.]
p[1] [New title page.] An Appendix To the Book of Election or Predestination. Being A short Information, concerning the Key to the Understanding of the Divine Hidden Mysteries concerning Repentance. Written by Jacob Behme. Teutonicus Philosophus. London, Printed in the Year, 1655.
p199-204 [Text.]
p[1]-[11] Jacob Behme's Table, of the Divine Manifestation. Or An Exposition of the Threefold World. Shewing What God is in Himself, without Nature and Creature: and how he is to be considered in Nature according to the Three Principles. Also What Heaven, Hell, the World, Time and Eternity; as also all Creatures both Visible and Invisible, are; and out of what all things are proceeded and sprung forth. This Table is here Expounded in brief according to the Numbers; but in the Treatise of Predestination the Matters are handled more at Large, especially in the first Five Chapters. And Is as it were the Summe of all the Authours Writings; and an A.B.C. to Beginners. London, Printed in the Year, 1655.
p[12] [Errata.]
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 124

13. Boehme, Jacob.
A Consideration upon the book of Esaias Stiefel of the Threefold State of man, and his New Birth. Written Anno Christi, 1621. By Jacob Behmen, Otherwise called Teutonicus Philosophus.
London, Printed by John Macock, 1653.
Wing B3400
158 pages.
p[3] [Title page.]
p5-101 [Text in 163 numbered paragraphs.]
p103 [New title page.] A Theosophicl Epistle, or Letter, Wherein The Life of a true Christian is Described: What a Christian is; and How he cometh to be a Christian. Together with a Description, What a Titular Christian is. What the Faith and Life of Both of them is. Written to a good Friend of his in Christian, Brotherlike and Memberlike Admonition, and a good Intention, by Jacob Behmen, London, Printed by John Macock, 1653.
p105-158 [Text in 76 numbered paragraphs.]
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 124.

14. Boehme, Jacob.
A Consolatory Treatise of the Four Complexions, that is, an Instruction in the Time of Temptation For a sad and assaulted heart; Shewing, Where-from sadness naturally ariseth, and how the assaulting happeneth: hereto are annexed some consolatory speeches exceedingly profitable for the assaulted hearts and souls; written out of desire (to profit) March 1621. By the Teutonicall Philosopher, Jacob Behmen. [Translated by C. Hotham.]
London, Printed by T.W. for H. Blunden, and sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1654.
Wing B3402
[96] pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[16] The Preface to the Reader.
p[17]-[96] [Text in five chapters.]
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 124

15. Boehme, Jacob.
A Description Of the Three Principles of the Divine Essence. Viz: Of the un-originall Eternall Birth of the Holy Trinity of God: and how the Angels, the Heavens, also the Starres and Elements, and every creaturely Beeing, and all that live and move, proceeded from and were created by it. Especially, Of Man, of what he was Created, and to what end; and how he fell from his first Glory into the angry Wrathfulnesse, and in his first beginning dyed the Death, and was helped again. And then, what the Anger of God, Sinne, Death, the Devill, and Hell are: How these stood in the Eternall Rest, in Great Joy; and how every thing (in this (worlds) Time) tooke its Beginning: and how it cometh to Act as it doth at present, and what it shall come to be againe in the end of all. Written in the German Language anno 1619. by Jacob Beme. [Translated by John Sparrow.]
London: Printed by M.S. for H. Blunden at the Castle in Cornhill. 1648.
Wing B3403
[10] + 396 + [28] pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[10] The Authors Preface to this Booke.
p1-387 [Text in 27 chapters.]
p388-396 [by error 356] An Appendix Or Fundamentall and true Description of the Threefold Life in Man.
p[1]-[28] The Table to the Three Principles.
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 170.

16. Boehme, Jacob.
The epistles of Jacob Behmen, aliter, Teutonicus philosophus. Very useful and necessary for those that read his Writings, and are very full of excellent and plaine Instructions how to attaine to The Life of Christ. Translated out of the German language.
London: Printed by M. Simmons for Gyles Calvert, at the Black Spread Eagle, at the West end of Pauls Church, 1649.
Wing B3404
[16] + 216 + [2] + 30 + [16] pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[16] The Preface to the Reader. [At end "J.E."]
p1-17 A Theosophicall Letter, Wherein The life of a true Christian is described.
p18-34 A Letter to Caspar Lindern, Customer at Beuten. Wherein Is described the plaine, and simple way, which the Author took for the attaining of his high Knowledge.
p35-46 A Letter to Abraham of Sommerfeld, Concerning the Booke Aurora: Also A Description of his process, and the excellency, and surpassing Vertue of Sophia's Pearle.
p47-66 A Letter to Paul Keym: Being An answer to him concerning Our Last Times. Wherein He Treateth of the first Resurrection of the dead; and of the thousand yeares Sabbath.
p67-82 Another Letter to Paul Keym: Concerning the way to true Knowledge, and the Regeneration in Christ.
p83-93 The Sixth Epistle: Being A very deep and Phylosophick Letter, Written To Doctor Godfreet Freuden-Hammern; and to Master John Heusern. Concerning the Knowledge of God, and of all things. Also A Short Declaration of the False and True Light.
p1-215 [The35 epistles.]
p[1] [New title page.] A reall and unfeigned Testimonie, Concerning Iacob Beme Of Old Seidenberg, in upper Lausatia. Or The Letters of two Learned Germans, both acquaintance, and Lovers of this Authour; called Teutonicus. The first is an Epistle of H.D.V,T. to H.P.V, H. Dated the 3. of Octob. Stilo novo, Anno. 1641. The second is an Epistle of A.V,F. to D.O.B.J.O.S. the 21. of Octob. Anno. 1641. Translated out of High Dutch, for Benefit and Information to those that read his Writings. Printed in the Yeare, 1649.
p1-5 The First Epistle.
p6-8 The Second Epistle.
p9 [New title page.] A Warning From Iacob Beem The Teutonique Phylosopher, To such as reade his Writings. Or, An Extract of diverse Passages out of His Writings, for information to those that read them... Note; That this Warning is gathered out of diverse of the Authors Books, and Epistles, and put into such order and forme of a continued Speech, by the Translator. Printed in the Yeare, 1649.
p11-29 A Warning from J.B.T. to The Reader.
p[1]-[16] A Table of the Contents. [The main points in the 35 Epistles.]
[Possibly translated by John Ellistone.] Reel 124.

17. Boehme, Jacob.
The epistles of Jacob Behmen...
London: By Mattthew [sic] Simmons, 1649.
Wing B3404A
[Possibly translated by John Ellistone.] Reel 1398.

18. Boehme, Jacob.
The Fifth Book of the Authour, In Three Parts. The First; Of the Becoming Man or Incarnation of Jesus Christ The Sonne of God. That is, Concerning the Virgin Mary, What she Was from her Original, and what kinde of Mother she came to be in the Conception of her Sonne Jesus Christ, And how the Eternal Word is become Man. The Second Part, is of Christ's Suffering, Dying, Death, and Resurrection, and how we may enter thereinto. The Third Part, is of The tree of Christian Faith; shewing what True Faith is. Written Through the Inspiration of the Holy Ghost, By Jacob Behme The Teutonic Philosopher, Dwelling at Gerlitz in Lusatia in Germany, 1620. [Translated by John Sparrow.]
London, Printed by J.M. [John Macock] for Lodowick Lloyd, at the Castle in Cornhill, 1659.
Wing B3405
[18] + 120 + [2] + (121-197) + [2] + (199-240) + [9] pages.
p[1] [Title page]
p[3]- [18] The Preface to the Reader of Jacob Behme's Book of Christs Incarnation.
p1-120 Part 1 [in fourteen chapters.]
p[1] [New title page.] The second Part of the Book of the Incarnation, is concerning the Suffering, Dying, Death, and Resurrection, of Christ And How we must enter into, Christs Suffering Dying and Death and Rise again with and through him out of his Death, and become conformable to his image, and Eternally Live in Him. Written In the year 1620. in the German Tongue. By Jacob Behme The Teutonick Philosopher, Dwelling at Gerlitz. London, Printed by J.M. for Lodowick Lloyd, at the Castle in Cornhill, 1659.
p121-197 Part II [in ten chapters.]
p[1] [New title page.] The third Part of the Book of the Incarnation, is concerning The Tree of the Christian Faith. A True Instruction, how Man may be One Spirit with God: and what he must do, that he may work the works of God: wherein the whole Christian Doctrine and Faith is briefly comprised. Also What Faith, and Doctrine is. An open Gate of the great secret Arcanum of God, out of the Divine Magia through the Three Principles of the Divine Being or Substance. Written Anno 1620. in the Moneth of May. In High Dutch. By Jacob Behme The Teutonick Philosopher. London, Printed by J.M. for Lodowick Lloyd, at the Castle in Cornhill, 1659.
p199-239 Part III [in ten chapters.]
p[1]-[7] [Table of contents.]
p[8] A Catalogue of Jacob Behme's Books [as sold by Lodowick Lloyd.]
p[9] [Errata].
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19. Boehme, Jacob.
Forty Questions of the Soul concerning its Original, Essence, Substance, Nature or Quality, and Property, what it is, from Eternity to Eternity. Framed by a Lover of the Great Mysteries Doctor Balthasar Walter, and Answered in the Year, 1620. by Jacob Behme called Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. In the first Question is contained, an Explanation, of the Philosophick Globe, or Wonder-Eye of Eternity, or Looking-Glass of Wisdom, being One half Light or Dark Globe or half Eye with a Rainbow about it, parted, with the Halves reversed, A Cross, and Heart, appearing in the Centre, with the Abyss every where, within it, and without it, in Infinity being all Looking-Glass. (A brief account of the life and conversation of Jacob Behme... by Abraham von Franckenberg.).
Printed for L. Lloyd, at the Castle in Cornhil, 1665.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[22] To the Earnest Lovers of Wisdom. [At end "J.S."]
p[23]-[27] To the Reader.
p[28]-[39] A brief Account of the Life and Conversation of Jacob Behme, afterwards by Learned Men in Germany called Teutonicus. Written in High-Dutch, by Abraham van Franckenberg, one very much acquainted with him.
p[40]-[42] Preface. Then followeth in the former Prerface, Printed, 1647. [At end "J.S."]
p[43]-[44] Before the Catalogue to the 40. Questions was this Preface to the Reader.
p[45]-[47] This Author may be easily understood in every thing, by such a consideration as this which followeth. [At end "John Sparrow. Sunday, December, 18. 1664.]
p[48] Errata.
p1-4 The Table of the Forty Questions.
p5-8 The Preface of J.B. to Dr. Balthasar Walter.
p9-410 [The text in the form of forty questions with answers.]
p411-412 Conclusion.
p413 [New title page.] A Short Summary Appendix concerning the Soul and its Image and of the Turba which destroyeth the Image. Written in High-Dutch, Anno. 1620, by Jacob Behme called Teutonicus Philosophus. Printed in the Year, 1665.
p415-425 [Text.]
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20. Boehme, Jacob.
XL. Questions concerning the Soule. Propounded by Dr. Balthasar Walter. And answered by Jacob Behmen. Alias Teutonicus Philosophus. And in his Answer to the first Question is the Turned Eye, Or, Philosophick Globe. (Which in it selfe containeth all Mysteries) with an Exposition of it. Written in the Germane Language Anno. 1620. [Translated by John Sparrow.]
London, Printed by Matth. Simmons, in the yeare 1647.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[6] A Catalogue of the 40. Questions.
p[7]-[12] To the Reader. [At end "J.S."]
p[13]-[14] The Authors Preface to Balthasar Walter.
p1-151 [The text of the forty questions.]
[Inserted after p22 is an engraving entitled "The Figure of the Philosophique Globe, or Eye of the wonders of Eternity, or Looking-Glass of Wisdom." The text at this point comments upon the symbolism.]
p151-155 A short Summary Appendix of the Soule, The Image of the soule, and of the Turba, which is the Destroyer of the Image.
p[1] [New title page.] The Clavis, or Key. Or, An Exposition of some principall Matters, and words in the writings of Jacob Behmen. Very usefull for the better apprehending, and understanding of this Booke. Written in the Germane Language, in March, and Aprill, Anno. 1624. By Jacob Behmen. Also called, Teutonicus Philosophus. Printed in the yeare. 1647.
p[3]-[5] The Preface to the Reader Of these writings.
p1-28 The Clavis, or Key. Or, An Exposition of some principall Words, and Matters.
p[1] Errata.
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21. Boehme, Jacob.
XL. Questions concerning the Soule...
Printed by Matth. Simmons: London. By M.S. for H. Blunden, 1647.
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22. Boehme, Jacob.
Four Tables of Divine Revelation Signifying What God in himself is, without Nature; and how considered in Nature; according to the Three Principles. Also What Heaven, Hell, World, Time, and Eternitie are; Together with all Creatures visible and invisible: and out of what all things had their Original. Written in the German Language by Jacob Behm, and Englished by H.B.
London Printed for H. Blunden, and sold at the Castle in Corn-Hill 1654.
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[Frontispiece engraving.]
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3] [Engraving of cross with German text.]
p[5]-[9] To the Reader. With an Account of the following Tractate. [At end "H. Blunden".]
p[10] [The first table. Letterpress.]
p[11]-[13] A Brief Explication of the first Table, of God revealed; how out of himself he continually begetteth, and breatheth forth himself: And how this Table is to be understood.
p[14] [The second table. Letterpress.]
p[14]-[20] The second Table Expounded.
p[20] [The third table. Letterpress.]
p[21]-[22] An Explanation of the third Table, Macrocosmus.
p[22] [The fourth table. Letterpress.]
p[23]-[24] An Explanation of the fourth Table. Microcosmus.
Thomason E.1068. (6). This was printed as part of the Mysterium Magnum as the signatures are labelled H to J.Reel 125.

23. Boehme, Jacob.
Mercurius Teutonicus; or a Christian Information concerning the last Times. Being Divers Propheticall Passages of the Fall of Babel, and the New Building in Zion. Gathered out of the Mysticall Writings of that famous Germane author, Jacob Behmen, alias, Teutonicus phylosophus...
London; Printed by M. Simmons, for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Corn-hill. 1649.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[6] To the Lover of Peace and Truth.
p1-52 Mercurius Teutonicus, Or a Christian Information concerning the last Times.
In his letter to Mr. Paul Keym, concerning the last times he writeth thus of Babel, and Zion, as followeth.
This wonderfull Prophesie following, was written in a Postscript to a Letter, dated the 20th of February, 1623.
The sixth Text of his Booke, entituled; The Abridgement of the Heavenly and earthly Mystery.
In his consideration upon the Booke of Isaias Steefel, he Prophecieth concerning Babel and Zion (p.47.) thus.
Aurora. p.204.
Aurora. p.567.
The Authors exposition of these places taken out of a Letter, etc.
The Magia of Teutonicus concerning the Great Wonders.
Divers remarkable Places, taken out of the Commentary of Teutonicus upon Genesis. Chapter 30. Patragraph the 34.
Mysterium Magnum. Chap. 31.
Mysterium Magnum. Chap. 32.
Mysterium Magnum. Chap. 40. pag. 313.
In the 27th Chapter of the Three Principles, What the Lilly is, may be discerned.
Mysterium Magnum. Chap. 41.
Mysterium Magnum. Chap. 38.
Mysterium Magnum. Chap. 51, 44, 43, 45.
[Woodcut on title page and reprinted on page 26, has a sword, a fire, a rod and a triple cross.]
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24. Boehme, Jacob.
Mercurius Teutonicus; or a Christian information concerning the last times, being divers propheticall passages of the fall of Babel, and the new building in Zion. Gathered out of the mysticall writings of that famous Germane author, Jacob Behmen, alias, Teutonicus philosophus...
London, Printed and are to be sold by Lodowick Lloyd, 1656
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25. Boehme, Jacob.
Mysterium Magnum: Or An Exposition of the First Book of Moses called Genesis. concerning The Manifestation or Revelation of the Divine Word through the Three Principles of the Divine Essence; also of the Originall of the World and the Creation. Wherein The kingdome of Nature, and The kingdome of Grace, are Expounded. For the better understanding Of the Old and New Testament, and what Adam and Christ are, also, How Man should consider and may know himselfe in the Light of Nature, what he is, and wherein his Temporall, and Eternall Life, Consist; also, wherein his Eternall Blessednesse, and Damnation, Consist. And is an Exposition of the Essence of all Essences for ther further Consideration of the Lovers, in the Divine Gift. Comprised in Three Parts: Written Anno 1623. by Jacob Behm. To which is added, The Life of the Author. And his foure Tables of Divine Revelation.
London; Printed by M. Simmons for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Cornhill. 1654.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[6] The Preface Of the Author Jacob Beme, To his Commentary upon Genesis, Called the Mysterium Magnum. [Dated at end "Sept. 11. Anno 1623."]
p[7]-[22] To the Reader. [At end "John Sparrow.]
p1-605 De Mysterio Magno. Of the Grand Mysterie. That is, of the Manifestation of the Divine Word, through the Three Principles of the Divine Essence.[In 78 chapters.]
p[1]-[4] A Brief Abstract of the Sublime Consideration and deep understanding of the Mysterium Magnum.
p[5]-[27] A Table of the Chiefe Matters to be found in this Booke of the Mysterium Magnum.
p[1] [New title page.]
p[3]-[50] [Text of the Life of Jacob Behmen.]
p[1] [Engraving of elaborate cross from a German edition.]
p[2] [Frontispiece engraving of elaborate geometric diagram showing the relationship between God and Man.]
p[3] [New title page.] Four Tables of Divine Revelation Signifying What God in himself is, without Nature; and how considered in Nature; according to the Three Principles. Also What Heaven, Hell, World, Time, and Eternitie are; Together with all Creatures visible and invisible: and out of what all things had their Original. Written in the German Language by Jacob Behm, and Englished by H.B. London Printed for H. Blunden, and sold at the Castle in Corn-Hill 1654.
p[5]-[9] To the Reader. With an Account of the following Tractate. [At end "H. Blunden".]
p[10] [The first table. Letterpress.]
p[11]-[13] A Brief Explication of the first Table, of God revealed; how out of himself he continually begetteth, and breatheth forth himself: And how this Table is to be understood.
p[14] [The second table. Letterpress.]
p[14]-[20] The second Table Expounded.
p[20] [The third table. Letterpress.]
p[21]-[22] An Explanation of the third Table, Macrocosmus.
p[22] [The fourth table. Letterpress.]
p[23]-[24] An Explanation of the fourth Table. Microcosmus.
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26. Boehme, Jacob.
Mysterium Magnum: or, an Exposition of the first Book of Moses, called Genesis... [Translated by J. Ellistone and John Sparrow]. To which is added, The life of the Author (by D. Hotham) and his four tables of Divine Revelation (Englished by H.B. [Henry Blunden.]
London. Printed, and are to be sould by Lodowicke Lloyd, 1656.
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27. Boehme, Jacob.
Of Christ's Testaments, viz:- Baptisme and the Supper. Written in two Bookes.
The 1. Of holy Baptism, how it is to be understood in the Ground thereof, and why a Christian should be Baptised.
The 2. Of the holy Supper of the Lord Christ, what it is, with the Benefit and Effects of it, and how the same may be worthily Participated of.
And how these are to be understood, both according to the Old and New Testament. Set forth from the True Theosophicall Ground, through the three Principles of the Divine Revelation, and presented to the Children of God for the Information of their understandings. Written in the yeare of Christ 1624. by Jacob Behm of Old Seidenberg alias Teutonicus Philosophus. And Englished by John Sparrow, Barrister of the Inner Temple London.
London; Printed by M. Simmons, and are to be sold neare the signe of the Golden Lyon, or by H. Blunden at the Castle in Cornhill neere the Exchange. 1652.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[2] [Quotation from New Testament.]
p[3]-[16] The Englishers Preface. [At end "John Sparrow".]
p[17] A Letter to Carol von Endern. [At end "Jacob Behm."]
p[18] The Summary Contents of the Chapters in this first Booke, concerning the Holy Baptisme.
p[19]-[23] The Preface to the Reader. Shewing How the Testaments of Christ must be fundamentally understood, rightly participated, and worthily fed upon.
p[24]-[25] Note [on the preparation of the original edition from the manuscript.]
p[1], p1-36 [Text of the first book in 4 chapters.]
p37 [New title.] The Second Booke. Concerning the Holy Supper of our Lord Jesus Christ; What kinde of Participation it is, and how that is to be understood. Also concerning the Contention of the Learned about Christs Cup: what they doe about it, also what is to be held concerning it. Wherein Babell, the Great City upon Earth, with her forme and Wonders, together with the Antichrist, standeth quite naked and manifest. To the Comfort of the simple Children of Jesus Christ, and to the building up of the true Christian Religion, in this confused troublesome Time. All very Earnestly and sincerely discovered from the Knowledge of the Great Mystery. London; Printed by M.S. and are to be sold by H.B. at the Castle in Cornhill. 1652.
p38 [Quotation from the New Testament.]
p39 An Intimation or Instruction to the Reader. [At end "Jacob Behm of Old Seidenberg."]
p40 The Contents of the Chapters in this Second little Booke, Concerning the Holy Supper of Jesus Christ.
p41-75 [Text in 5 chapters.]
p[1]-[10] The Table of the Two Testaments. [Table of contents.]
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28. Boehme, Jacob.
Of Christ's Testaments, viz:- Baptisme and the Supper... Englished by John Sparrow.
Printed and are to be sould by Lodowick Lloyd, 1656.
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29. Boehme, Jacob.
The Remainder of Books written by Jacob Behme, viz.
I. The First Apologie to Balthasar Tylcken for the Aurora written Anno 1621.
II. The Second Apologie in Answer to Balthazar Tylcken; for Predestination. And the Incarnation and Person of Christ, and of the Virgin Mary. Dated 3. July 1621.
III. The Fouer Complexions written in March: 1621.
IV. The Considerations upon Esaiah Steifel's Booke concerning the Threefold State of Man and the New Birth. Dated 8. April 1621.
V. The Apologie in Answer to Esaiah Stiefel Concerning Perfection. Dated 6. April 1622.
VI. The Apologie in Answer to Gregory Rickter Primate of Gorlitz for the way to Christ, &c. 10. April 1624.
VII. Twenty five Epistles more then the 35 formerly Printed in English, with 2. as prefaces before other of his Bookes, the last of those heere printed is Dated 23. May 1624. 5 more after without Date, which make 62 in all, also 1. epistle more of his own hand writing: and 1. of Dr. Charles Weisners, relating much to J.B's life. Englished by John Sparrow.
London: Printed by M.S. [Matthew Simmons] for Giles Calvert, at the Sign of the Black-Spread Eagle, at the West End of St. Pauls. 1662.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p1-14 The Englishers Preface to J.B's. Apologies. [At end "John Sparrow".]
p[1] [New title page.] The First Apologie to Balthazar Tylcken. Being An Answer of the Authour, concerning his Book the Aurora Opposed by an Enemicitious Pasquil or Opprobrious Libel. This Answer Written Anno 1621. By Jacob Behme Also called Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Black-Spread Eagle at the West end of St. Pauls. 1661.
p1-14 [Part I.] A brief, and well intended Answer of the Authour concerning his Book Aurora, against the enimicitous Pasquil or Libel; in respect of some opposed as falsly recited Articles or Conclusions, and ill-understood by this Libeller.
p15-86 [Part II.] Here followeth further Information, and Refutation of the Pasquil or Libel. It is noted with the Number, where it is to be found in the Libel.
p[1] [New title page.] The Second Apologie to Balthazar Tylcken treating of the Eternall Predestination and Election of God and of the Incarnation or Becoming Man, and Person of Christ and Concerning the Virgin Mary Written in the Yeare 1621. Finished the 3. of July. by Jacob Behme Also called Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Black-Spread Eagle at the West end of St. Pauls. 1661.
p[2] [Short verse.]
p1-4 A Letter or a Preface To Herre J.D.K. Written when this Treatise was Finished.
p5-58 The Introduction To the Answer, To Balthasar Tylcken's aspersing Pamphlet, concerning some Points or Conclusions, in the Book of the Becoming Man or Incarnation of Jesus Christ, by him opposed. Jacob Behme Warneth his Fellow-Brethren. [Text in 329 numbered paragraphs.]
p59 A Postscript of the Translatour into Nether-Dutch out of the Three High-Dutch Copies; and this English Translation out of a High-Dutch Copy was Compared with it.
p60-62 Here follows the Contents Of the Sections.
p[1] [New title page.] Of the Four Complexions A Treatise of Consolation or Comfort. That is, An Instruction in Time of Temptation; for a continuing sad or sorrowfull Tempted or Afflicted Heart and Soul. Whence, Sorrow and Sadnesse Naturally proceedeth, and taketh its Originall, and how Temptation is effected. Together with his Texts of Comfort; very profitable for a Tempted or Afflicted Heart and Soul. Written upon Desire to him: in High-Dutch, in March, Anno Christi 1621. By Jacob Behme. Also called Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Black-Spread-Eagle at the West end of St Pauls. 1661.
p1-30 [Text in 3 chapters.]
p[1] [New title page.] Considerations Upon Esaiah Stiefel his little Book of The Threefold State of Man And of His New Birth Written Anno Christi 1621. By Jacob Behme Also called Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Black-Spread-Eagle at the West end of St Pauls. 1661.
p1-28 [Text in 163 numbered paragraphs.]
p[1] An Apologie Concerning Perfection Being A Fundamental Answer and Reply upon Esaiah Stiefel His Exposition of Four Texts of the Holy Scripture Written In the 1622. finished the 6. Aprill. By Jacob Behme Also called Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Black-Spread-Eagle at the West end of St Pauls. 1661.
p1 The Preface.
p2 The Points to be explained are these Four Texts of Scripture.
p3-156 [Text.]
p[1] An Apologie or Defence For the requisite Refuting of the shamefull, disgracefull, Writings and horrible Libell, against the Book of True Repentance And Of True Resignation Which Gregory Rickter Primate of Goerlits Hath spreasd abroad against it, in Open Print. Amswered In the Year of Christ, 1624. 10. Aprill. By Jacob Behme Also called Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, at the Sign of the Black-Spread-Eagle, at the West End of St Pauls. 1661.
p[2] [Quotations from New Testament.]
p[3] The Preface.
p[4] Here followeth the Title of the Libell. [In Latin.]
p[5] Here followeth The Title of the Libell. [In English.]
p[6], p1-35 [Text in 200 numbered paragraphs.]
p35-36 The Appendix to the Libell.
p[1] Theosophick Letters or Epistles Of the Man, From God Enlightned, in Grace: Jacob Behme of Old Seidenburg. Wherein Every where are Divine Blessed Exhortations to True Repentance and Amendment. As also Plaine Instructions concerning the highly worthy and Precious Knowledge Of the Divine and Natural Wisdome Together with a right Touchstone or Tryall of These Times for an Introduction to the Authours other writings published in English, For the good of the sincere Lovers of true Christianity. By John Sparrow. London: Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, at the Sign of the Black-Spread-Eagle, at the West End of St Pauls. 1661.
p[2] An Abstract out of Herre Abraham von Frankenbergs Letter of 7 September, 26 August 1651. concerning the Explanation of the Copper Title of Jacob Behm's Theosophick Epistles.
p1-2 The Preface of Abraham von Franckenberg .
p3-38 [Text.]
p39-40 A Table of Behme's LXII. Epistles.
[pages 41-42 are not in the pagination.]
p43-52 Doctor C. Weisner's Epistle Narrative.
p[1]-[4] A Catalogue of All the Books that are known to be Extant written by Jacob Behme And now printed in English.
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The Second Book. Concerning The Three Principles of The Divine Essence Of the Eternal, Dark, Light, and Temporary World. Shewing What the Soule, the Image and the Spirit of the Soule are; as also what Angels, Heaven, and Paradise are. How Adam was before the Fall, in the Fall, and after the Fall. And what the Wrath of God, Sinne, Death, the Devils and Hell are; How all things have been, now are, and how they shall be at the Last. Written in the German language, by Jacob Behmen; Alias Teutonicus Philosophus. [Translated by John Sparrow.]
London; Printed by M.S. for H. Blunden at the Castle in Cornhill. 1648.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[8] To the Reader. [At end "J.S."]
p[9]-[16] The Authors Preface to this Booke.
p1-387 [Text in 27 chapters.]
p388-396 [by error 356] An Appendix Or Fundamentall and true Description of the Threefold Life in Man.
p[1]-[28] The Table to the Three Principles.
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31. Boehme, Jacob.
Several Treatises of Jacob Behme Not printed in English before, according to the Catalogue here following, viz.
1. A Book of the Great Six Points: As also A Small Book of other Six Points.
2. The, 177, Theosophick Questions: The First thirteen, Answered.
3. Of the Earthly and of the Heavenly Mystery.
4. The Holy Week, or a Prayer--Book.
5. Of Divine Vision.
To which are annexed the Exposition Of the Table of the Three Principles: Also an Epistle of the Knowledge of God, and of All Things. And of the True and False Light. With a Table of the Revelation of the Divine secret Mystery. Englished by John Sparrow.
London, Printed for L. Lloyd at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[11] The Preface To the English Reader.
p[13] [Errata.]
p[15] [New title page.] The Sixth Book of the Author: Being a High and Deep searching out of the Great Six Points. An Open Gate of all Arcana, or hidden Secrets of the Life; wherein the Causes of All and Every Being Substance or Thing, become known, and may be apprehended. Written in the Germane Tongue, Anno 1620. By Jacob Behme The Teutonick Philosopher. And is the High and Deep Ground of the Great Mystery. Mysterii Magni. Of the Being of all Beings, or Substance of all Substances. And of the Three Worlds. Englished by John Sparrow. London, Printed by M.S. for L. Lloyd at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
p[17]-[18] The Six Points [and how each chapter addresses them in turn.]
p[19]-[20] The Preface to the Reader.
p1-74 [Text in10 chapters.]
p75 [Note on the source for this translation.]
p76-77 [Verses in German, translated on pages 78-79.]
p78 [Short verse "To all the Children of the Noble Sophia."]
p79 A Sonnet Upon the Contents of Jacob Behme's Great Six Points.
p[1] [New title page.] A Brief Exposition of Small Book of these Six Points. viz.
I. Of the Bloud and Water of the Soul.
II. Of the Election of Grace, or Presdestination of Good, and of Evill.
III. Of Sinne; what Sinne is, and how it is Sinne.
IV. How Christ will deliver up the Kingdome to his Father.
V. Of the Magia: what the Magia is, and what the Magick Ground is.
VI. Of the Mystery; what it is. By Jacob Behme Otherwise the Teutonick Philosopher. Englished by John Sparrow. London, Printed by M.S. for L. Lloyd, and are to be sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
p[2] The Preface.
p1-10 [Text in 93 numbered paragraphs.]
p[1] [New title page.] A Consideration of the Divine Revelation in a Hundred Seventy Seven Theosophick Questions. Begun and Answered to the 13. and the 15. Question to the 5. verse, and no further, in High-dutch, Anno. 1624. By a Lover of Christ and his Children, for the better Consideration, what Man is, out of a right true Theosophick Ground. Viz: by Jacob Behme Otherwise the Teutonick Philosopher. Englished by John Sparrow. London, Printed by M.S. for L. Lloyd, and are to be sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
p1-2 The Preface To the Reader.
p3-71 Here follow the Hundred Seventy Seven Theosophick Questions.
p72-73 Meditatie des Over-setters [Verse in Dutch translated into English on pages 74-75.]
p74-75 A Meditation upon the Not finishing this Glorious Treatise of all Jacob Behme's Answers, to the 177. Theosphick Questions.
p[1] [New title page.] A Fundamentall Instruction Concerning the Earthly and Concerning the Heavenly Mystery. How they Two stand in one another; and how in the Earthly the Heavenly becometh Manifested or Revealed. Comprised in Nine Texts. By Jacob Behme. Otherwise called the Teutonick Philosopher. Written the 8. May 1620. in High-dutch. Englished by John Sparrow. Englished by John Sparrow. London, Printed by M.S. for Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
p1-15 A brief Summary of the Earthly Mysterie and of the Heavenly Mysterie. [Text in 112 numbered paragraphs.]
p1 [New title page.] The Holy Week Or a Prayer-Book. In which is mentioned the true Ground of Right Praying. Set forth upon the entreaties and desires of his loving and good Friends, for the daily Exercise of True Christianity in their Hearts, and Little Church, of their Families. In the Year, 1624. left unfinished. By Jacob Behme Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London, Printed by M.S. for Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
p2 The brief Contents of this Prayer-Book, for Every Day in the Week.
p3-9 The Preface of the Prayer-Book.
p10-18 An Introduction. How a Man should prepare himself to such Order Ordinance and Exercise, to right Praying.
p19-45 Now follow the Prayers upon Every Day in the Week.
p46-47 At the End of the High-dutch Copie is noted these Books following of the Authour, that were not finished.
p48 A Brief Table of the Contents.
p[1] [New title page.] The Highly pretious Gate of the Divine Vision or Contemplation. Shewing what the Mysterium Magnum is. And how All is from, through, and in, God. Also How God is so neer all things; and filleth All. Begun to be written in High-dutch Anno 1624. but left unfinished. By Jacob Behme Teutonicus Philosophus. Englished by John Sparrow. London, Printed by M.S. for Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
p1-35 [Text in four chapters.]
p36-38 A Brief Contents of this Book.
p[1] [New title page.] An Explanation or Exposition of the Table of the Three Principles of the Divine Revelation. Shewing How God, is to be Considered how he is without Nature, in himself, and then in Nature, according to the Three Principles. Also, What Heaven and Hell, the World, Time and Eternity are, together with all Creatures? Out of what all is Existed. What the Visible and the Invisible are. By Jacob Behme. Teutonicus Philosophus. Written in February, 1624. Englished by John Sparrow. London, Printed by M.S. for Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1661.
p1-23 [Text, without illustrations of the tables.]
p[1] [New title page.] A Brief Explanation of The Knowledge of God and of All Things. Also of the True and False Light together with An annexed Table of the Manifestation or Revelation of the Divine Secret Mysterie By Jacob Behme Teutonicus Philosophus. 11. November, 1623. Englished by John Sparrow. 12. November 1623, in High-dutch the 42. Epistle Page 327. Nether-dutch 20. page: 241 English 6. page: 83.
London, Printed by M.S. for Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at the Castle in Cornhill, 1661.
p1-12 A Brief Intimation Concerning Knowledge, also of the False and True Light. To Mr Godfrey Freudern Hammern, Dr, and Mr John Heusern, my Loving and Worthy Friends.
p[1]-[2] A Catalogue of Jacob Behme's Books Printed in English.
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32. Boehme, Jacob.
Signatura Rerum: or the Signature of all Things, shewing The Sign, and Signification of the severall Forms and Shapes in the Creation: And what the Beginning, Ruin, and Cure of every Thing is; it proceeds out of Eternity into Time, and again out of Time into Eternity, and comprizeth All Mysteries. Written in High Dutch, MDCXXII. By Jacob Behmen, alias Teutonicus Phylosophus.
London, Printed by John Macock, for Gyles Calvert, at the black spread Eagle, at the West end of Pauls Church. 1651.
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p[3]-[8] The Preface of the Translator to the Reader. [At end "J: Ellistone."]
p1-202 [Text in 16 chapters.]
p203-204 The brief Heads of what the several Chapters do treat.
p205-224 The Post--script. [This is composed of a number of sections.]
The Translators Exposition of the word Flagrat, etc.
The Severall Names, and Titles of the Authors Books collected out of his Writings, and put into Seven Parts.
The 177 Theosophick Questions of J.B.T.
The Authors Preface unto these Questions.
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33. Boehme, Jacob.
The Third Booke of the Authour being The High and Deepe Searching out of The Threefold Life of Man through (or according to) The Three Principles. By Jacob Behmen, alias Teutonicus Philosophus. Written in the Germane Language, Anno 1620. Englished by J. Sparrow, Barrester, of the Inner Temple, London.
London Printed by M.S. For H. Blunden at the Castle in Corn-hill. 1650.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[4] A Short Contents of this Booke.
p1-288 The Third Booke of the Authour. Being a High and Deep Search Concerning The Threefold Life of Man. [Text in 18 chapters.]
p[1]-[39] An Alphabeticall Table of the Materiall Contents of the severall verses of this Booke of the Threefold Life of Man.
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34. Boehme, Jacob.
The Third Booke of the Author being the High and Deepe Searching out of the Threefold Life of Man through, or according to, the Three Principles... Englished by J. Sparrow.
Printed and are to be sould by Lodowick Lloyd, 1656.
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35. Boehme, Jacob.
The Tree of Christian Faith: Being A True Information, how a Man may be one Spirit with God, and what Man must do to perform the works of God: In which is comprehended (compendiously) the whole Christian Doctrine and Faith. Item, What Faith and Doctrine is: An open Gate of the Great Mystery of God out of the Divine Magia, through the Three Principles of the Divine Being. Written in High by Jacob Behmen.
London, Printed by John Macock, M.CX.L.IV.
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p1 [Title page.]
p3-56 [Text in 8 chapters.]
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36. Boehme, Jacob.
The Tree of Christian Faith: being a true Information how a man may be one Spirit with God,...
Printed by John Macock, M.CX.LIV.
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37. Boehme, Jacob.
Two Theosophicall Epistles: Wherein the Life of a true Christian is described. Viz. What a Christian is; And How he cometh to be a Christian. Together, with a Description, what a titular Christian is; and what the Faith and Life of both of them is. Whereunto is added, a dialogue between an Enlightened and a Distressed Soule. By Jacob Bohmen. Written to a good Friend of his, in a Christian Brother-like and Member-like admonition and good intention. Lately Englished out of the German languag
London, Printed by M.S. [Matthew Simmons] for B. Allen, and are to be sold at his Shop, at the Crown in Popes-head Alley, 1645.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p1-36 A Theosophical Epistle or Letter; Wherein the Life of a true Christian is described.
p37-48 A Letter of J.B. of the killing of Antichrist in our selves.
p49-84 A Dialogue between an Enlightened Soul and another Soul, that was hungring and thirsting after the Fountain of the sweet love of Jesus Christ, how the one Soul should seek comfort, and bring the other to know her self.
p85-132 A Dialogue Between Lancher and Lovewell.
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38. Boehme, Jacob.
The Way to Christ Discovered. By Iacob Behmen. In these Treatises.
1. Of true Repentance.
2. Of true Resignation.
3. Of Regeneration.
4. Of the Super-rationall life.
Also, The Discourse of illumination: The Compendium of Repentance. And the mixt world, etc.
London, Printed by M.S. [Matthew Simmons] for H. Blunden at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1648.
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p[3] [New title page.] The First Book Of true Repentance. Shewing, How man should stir up himself in mind, and will in himselfe: and what his earnest purpose and consideration must be. Written in the Germane Language Anno, 1622. By Jacob Behmen... Printed by M.S. 1648.
p[4] The Authors Preface to the Reader that loveth God.
p1-72 Of True Repentance.
p73 [New title page.] The Second Book Treating of True Resignation. How Man must daily die in his owne will, in Selfe: and how he must bring his desire into God, what he should ask and desire of God: also how he must spring up out of the dying of the sinfull man, with a new mind and will through the Spirit of Christ. Also, What the old and new Man is, and what either of them is in Life, Will, and Doings. Written in the German Language, Anno 1622. By Jacob Behmen. Alias, Teutonicus Philosophus. London, Printed by M.S. for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Corn-hill. 1647.
p74 [Quotations from the New Testament.]
p75-119 Of True Resignation.
p[1] [New title page.] The Third Book of Regeneration, Or, The New Birth. Shewing how that he that earnestly seeketh salvation, must suffer himself to be brought out of the confused and contentious Babel by the Spirit of Christ, that he may be born anew in the Spirit of Christ, and live to him onely. Written in the German Language, Anno 1622, By Jacob Behmen. Alias, Teutonicus Philosophus. London, Printed by M.S. for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Corn-hill. 1648.
p[2] [Quotation from Revelations.]
p[3]-[5] The Authors Preface to the Reader.
p1-65 Of Regeneration. [In 8 chapters.]
p66 A Table of the Contents of the Chapters.
p[1]-[6] The Authors Letter to his faithfull Friend, Dr Balthasar Walter.
p[1] [New title page.] The Fourth Book A Dialogue between a Scholar and his Master, Concerning The Super-sensuall life. Shewing how the Soule may attain to Divine Hearing and Vision: and what its Childship in the Natural and Supernaturall life is, and how it passeth out of Nature into God, and out of God into Nature and Self again: also what its salvation and perdition is. Written in the German Language, Anno 1624, By Jacob Behmen. Alias, Teutonicus Philosophus. London, Printed by M.S. for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Corn-hill. 1648.
p[2] [Quotation from Bible.]
p1-49 Of the super-sensual life, or the life which is above sense. In a Dialogue between a Scholar and his Master.
p49-50 The Contents of this Treatise in briefe, divided into eight partes.
p[1] [New title page.] A Discourse Between A Soule hungry and thirsty after the Fountain of Life, the sweet love of Jesus Christ, and a Soule enlightned: Shewing which way one Soule should seek after and comfort another, and bring it in its knowledge into the Paths of Christs Pilgrimage, and faithfully set before it as in a looking-glasse, the thorny way of the world, in which the fallen Soule walketh, which leadeth into the Abysse, or pit of Hell. Composed by a Soule which loveth all that are the Children of Jesus Christ under the Crosse. Written in the German Language, Anno 1624, By Jacob Behmen. Alias, Teutonicus Philosophus. London, Printed by M.S. 1648.
p1-37 The Way from Darkness to true Illumination.
p38 [Short note on the Discourse concerning Illumination.]
p[1] An Appendix to a large treatise of Election: Which Treatise is dated February 9. 1623. This Appendix is a Compendium of Repentance. Or, A short Description of the Key which openeth the Divine Mysteries, and leadeth to the knowledge of them. Dated also February 9. 1623. Written in the German Language, Anno 1624, By Jacob Behmen. London, Printed by M.S. for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Corne-hill. 1648.
p[3] To the Reader.
p1-13 A Compendium of Repentance.
p14-32 The XV. Chapter, taken out Of the three-fold life of Man. Concerning the mixt World...
p33-41 A Letter or Epistle From Iacob Behmen to a good friend of his.
p43-47 An Explication Of Some words in the writings of Jacob Behmen.
p49 [Note concerning the location of an account of the author's life, and the catalogue of his writings.]
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39. Boehme, Jacob.
The Way to Christ discovered,... (A letter... from J. Behmen... 20 April, 1624. - and explication of some words in the writings of J. Behmen.)
For H. Blanden [sic], 1654.
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40. Boehme, Jacob.
The Way to Christ discovered,... (A letter... from J. Behmen... 20 April, 1624. - and explication of some words in the writings of J. Behmen.)
Printed and are to be sold by Lodowick Lloyd, 1656.
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41. Boehme, Jacob.
The Four Complexions: or, a Treatise of consolatory instruction... [Translated by John Sparrow.]
J. Scott: London, [1730?]

42. Boehme, Jacob.
The Way to Christ discovered,... To which are added some other pieces... also a Treatise on the Four Complexions
S. Hazard: Bath; T. Mills: Bristol, 1775.

43. Boehme, Jacob.
Treatises... Of the Mixed World... Dialogue between an enlightened... and an enlightened... and an unenlightened Soul... A Compendium of Repentance... Of True Resignation...

44. Boehme, Jacob.
The Way to Christ discovered,... (A letter... from J. Behmen... 20 April, 1624. - and explication of some words in the writings of J. Behmen.)
Joseph Harrop:Manchester, 1752.
Based on the translations of 1648.

45. Bromley, Thomas.
A Catalogue of Mr. T, Bromley's Library, Consisting of Excellent, Latin and English Books, On most Subjects and in all Volumes. Which will be Sold by Auction: The Sale to begin on Wednesday next the 26th. of August 1691: Betwixt three and four a Clock in the Afternoon, and continue from day to day till all be Sold, At Tom's Coffee-House adjoyning to Ludgate, where Genttemen may receive Catalogues Gratis. And at Mr. Bennets at the half Moon in St. Pauls Church-yard.
[London, 1691.]
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46. Bromley, Thomas.
The way to the Sabbath of Rest, or the Soul's Progress in the Work of the New Birth.
London, 1710.
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47. Bromley, Thomas.
The Way to the Sabbath of Rest. Or the Souls Progress in the Work of Regeneration Being a Brief Experimental Discourse of the New-Birth. In which Many of the Serpents Wiles are detected: The Mysteries of the Cross unvailed: The Death of the Old Man, the Life of the New Man, the Angelical Dispensation, with the Entrance into the Divine; clearly laid open and discovered. By Mr. Thomas Bromley...
London Printed, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor near Stationers Hall. 1692.
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p [1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[8] The Publisher to the Reader.
p[9]-[12] An Advertisement from the Author To all that shall read this following Discourse.
p1-54 The Way to the Sabbath of Rest, Or, The Souls Progress in the New-Birth.
p55-58 A Brief Essay In Verse, Upon the 13th. Chapter of Corinthians the First.

48. Bromley, Thomas.
The Journeys of the Children of Israel...
London, 1710.

49. Bromley, Thomas.
The way to the Sabbath of Rest, or the Soul's Progress in the Work of the New Birth.
London, 1744.

50. Bromley, Thomas.
An account of the Various Ways of God's Manifesting Himself to Man with Observations on those Dispensations Called Extraordinary...
London, 1710.

51. E., F. [Ellington, Francis.].
Christian Information Concerning these Last times. Wherein all people may clearly see what Prophesies the holy Prophets prophesied of should come to pass: which of them is fulfilling, and which is fulfilled; and how the lowest part of the great Image, that Daniel shewed to the King, is now a breaking to pouder, and by whom; whereby People may see, how very near Antichrist, or the great Whore of Babylon, is to her End.
Also some prophetical Passages gathered out of Jacob Behme's Works, who prophesied and gave them forth, in the year, 1623. Concerning what should come to pass in these Northern Islands; and as he then declared them, they are new come to pass; and also what he said concerning the Turk, what he was, what he should do, and what should at last become of him.
Written in the fifth Month, by F.E.
Here is Wisdom, let him that hath Wit, count the Number of the Beast, for its the number of a Man; and his Number is (all the numeral Letters in the Roman Alphabet, being rightly placed thus;) MDCLXVI. Revel. 13. 18.
London, Printed in the Year, 1664.
Printed, 1664.
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p3-16 Christian Information concerning these Last Times.

52. Fowler, Christopher.
Daemonium Meridianum. Satan at Noon. Or, Antichristian Blasphemies, Anti-scripturall Divelismes, Anti-morall Uncleaness, Evidenced in the Light of Truth, and Punished by the hand of Justice. Being A sincere and impartiall Relation of the Proceedings of the Commissioners of the County of Berks, Authorized by thje Ordinance for Ejection, against John Pordage, late Minister of Bradfield, in the same County. With some Notes, and Animadversions upon a Book of the said John Pordage, intituled, Innocency appearing, etc. By Christopher Fowler, Minister of the Gospel at S. Maries in Reding.
London: Printed for Francis Eglesfield, and are to be sold at the Signe of the Marigold in S. Pauls Church-yard. 1655.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[4] To his Highness Oliver Lord Protector of England, Scotland, Ireland, and the Dominions thereunto belonging. [At end "Christo. Fowler".]
p[5]-[10] The Preface to the Reader. [At end "C.F."]
p[11] [Errata.]
p1-178 A Just narration of the proceedings of the Commissioners of Berks, upon Articles of Blasphemy, pretended visions, uncleannesse etc. exhibited and proved against John Pordage, late minister of Bradfield in the same county.
[Thomason Tracts, E840. (1).]

53. Fowler, Christopher.
Daemonium meridianum. Sathan at Noon. The second Part. The first hath discovered the Blasphemies of J. Pordage, against the Lord Christ, under the pretence of Visions, and converse with Angels. This now discovereth the Slanders and Calumnies cast upon some Corporations, with forged and false Articles upon the Author. in a Pamphlet, intituled, The case of Reading rightly stated, by the Adherents and Abettors of the said J. P. With a word to Infant-Baptisme, and a glance to Mr. Pendarves his Arrowes against Babylon. By Christopher Fowler, Minister of the Gospel at St. Mary's in Reading...
London, Printed for Fra: Eglesfield at the Golden Marigold in Paul's Church-Yard. 1656.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[4] To the Honourable, Sir John Barkstead, Lieut. of the Tower, And Major Generall Goffe. [At end "Christoph: Fowler".
p1-60 [Fowler's detailed rebuttal of all points of criticism raised against him.]
[Thomason Tracts, E.868.(7)]

54. Hotham, Charles.
Ad Philosophorum Teutonicam Manuductio...
London, 1648.
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55. Hotham, Durand.
The Life of Jacob Behmen. Included in Boehme, Jacob Mysterium Magnum.
By M Simmons, for H. Blunden, 1654.
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56. Hotham, Durand.
An Introduction to the Teutonic Philosophie. Being a Determination concerning the Original of the Soul: viz., Whether it be immediately created by God, and infus'd into the Body; or transmitted from the Parent. By C. Hotham, one of the Fellows of Peter-House. At the close of the Dispute held in the publique Schooles at the University of Cambridge, at the Commencement, March 3. 1646. Englished by D.F.
London: Printed by T.M. & A.C. for Nath. Brooke at the Angel in Corn-hill. 1650.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[10] To the Author. [At end "Unus ex multis".
p[11]-[19] [The Epistle Dedicatory] To the Right Worthy, the Vice-Chancellour, and the Honourable University of Cambridge.
p[21]-[22] The Questions then propounded by the several Disputants, were these.
p[23] To his most entire and highly esteem's Friend: The Authors answer, concerning the obscurity of the Teutonic Philosophy.
p[24] Errata.
p[25]-[26] To his worthily honoured and deare friend Master Charles Hotham, upon the obscurenesse of the Teutonick Philosophy described by him. [At end "H. More."]
p1-69 [Text.]
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57. Hotham, Durand.
The Life of Jacob Behmen. Written by Durand Hotham Esquire, Novemb. 7. 1653.
Printed for H. Blunden, and sold at the Castle in Corn-Hill 1654.
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p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]- [48] The Life of Jacob Behmen.
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58. Law, William.
The Way to Divine Knowledge: being several dialogues between Humanus, Academicus, Rusticus, and Theophilus. As preparatory to a new edition of the works of J. Böhme, and the right use of them.
London: printed for J. Richardson, 1762.
ESTC t077275
[The second edition.]

59. Law, William.
The Way to Divine Knowledge: being several dialogues between Humanus, Academicus, Rusticus, and Theophilus. As preparatory to a new edition of the works of J. Böhme, and the right use of them.
London: printed by W. Innys, and J. Richardson, 1752.
ESTC t112731

60. Lead, Jane.
A Living Funeral Testimony: or, Death Overcome, and Drownd, in the Life of Christ. With A Further Description of the Various States of Separated Souls; at to what they may expect will ensue after Death, whether in Christ, or out of Christ. By J. Lead...
London: Printed by J. Bradford, at the Bible in Little Britain, 1702.
ESTC t104420

61. Lead, Jane.
The Enochian Walks with God, The second Edition.
1701.
ESTC t139839

62. Lead, Jane.
The Heavenly Cloud... A New Edition.
London, 1701.
ESTC t139839

63. Lead, Jane.
A Revelation of the Everlasting Gospel-Message, Which Shall Never Cease to Be Preachd till the Hour of Christs Eternal Judgment Shall Come...
London 1697.
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64. Lead, Jane.
The Ascent to the Mount of Vision Where many Things were shewn, concerning I. The First Resurrection; II. The State of Separated Souls; III. The Patriarchal Life; IV. The Kingdom of Christ: With an Account of the Approaching Blessed State of This Nation...
London, Printed in the Year, 1699.
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65. Lead, Jane.
The Enochian Walks with God, Found out by a Spiritual-Traveller, Whose Face Towards Mount-Sion Above was Set... With An Experimental Account of what was Known, Seen, and met withal there. As to an Essay to a further revelation of an Immense and Infinite Latitude of God's Love, to the Restoring His whole Creation, and How, and after what Way and Manner we are to Look, and wait for this Last Appearance, and Coming of our Might God, and Saviour Christ Jesus... Written by Jane Lead, in this Year. 1694.
[London] Printed, and Sold by D. Edwards in Nevils-Ally in Fetter Lane. 1694.
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66. Lead, Jane.
A Fountain of Gardens: Watered by the Rivers of Divine Pleasure, And Springing up in all the Variety of Spiritual Plants; Blown up by the Pure Breath into A Paradise. Sending forth their Sweet Savours, and Strong Odours, for Soul-Refreshing. By Jane Lead...
London, Printed and Sold by J. Bradford, near Crowders-Well, 1695.
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67. Lead, Jane.
A Fountain of Gardens. Vol. II. Being a Continuation of the Process of a Life according to Faith, of the Divinely Magical Knowledge, and of the New Creation. In Mutual Entertainments Betwixt The Essential Wisdom, and the Soul in her Progress through Paradise, to Mount Sion, and to the New Jerusalem. By J. Lead...
London, Printed, and Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1697.
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68. Lead, Jane.
A Fountain of Gardens: watered by the Rivers of Divine Pleasure, And Springing up in all the Variety of Spiritual Plants; Blown up by the Pure Breath into A Paradise. To which is Prefixed A Poem, Introductory to the Philadelphian Age, called Solomons Porch, or The Beautiful Gate to Wisdoms Temple. By J. Lead...
[London?] Printed in the year 1697.
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69. Lead, Jane.
A Fountain of Gardens: watered by the Rivers of Divine Pleasure, And Springing up in all the Variety of Spiritual Plants; Blown up by the Pure Breath into A Paradise. To which is Prefixed A Poem, Introductory to the Philadelphian Age, called Solomons Porch, or The Beautiful Gate to Wisdoms Temple. By J. Lead...

London, Printed and are to be sold by the book-sellers of London and Westminster, 1697.
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70. Lead, Jane.
A Fountain of Gardens: Or, A Spiritual Diary of the Wonderful Experiences of a Christian Soul, under the Conduct of the Heavenly Wisdom; Continued for the Year MDCLXXVIII. Vol. III. Part. I. By J. Lead.
[London.] Printed in the Year 1700.
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71. Lead, Jane.
The Heavenly Cloud Now Breaking. The Lord Christ's Ascension-Ladder Sent down; To shew the way to reach the Ascension and Glorification, through the Death and Resurrection. By J. Leade.
London, printed for the Author. 1681.
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72. Lead, Jane.
The Laws of Paradise given forth by Wisdom to a translated spirit...
London, Printed and sold by T. Soul, near the Meeting-House in White Hart Court in Gracious Street. 1695.
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73. Lead, Jane.
A Message to the Philadelphian Society Withersover dispersed over the whole Earth. Together with, a call to the several gathered churches among Protestants in this Nation of England. By Jane Lead.
London, Printed and Sold by J Bradford, in Jewen Street, near Crowders-Well. 1696.
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74. Lead, Jane.
The Messenger of an Universal Peace or A Third Message to The Philadelphian Society: By Jane Lead...
London: Printed for the Booksellers of London & Westminster. 1698.
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75. Lead, Jane.
The revelation of revelations particularly as an essay towards the unsealing, opening and discovering the seven seals, the seven thunders, and the New-Jerusalem state. The which have not hitherto so far been brought forth to light (except by the spiritual discerner) to any degree of satisfaction, as to the understanding of the grand mystery. Published by J.L. the author of The heavenly cloud, particularly in the preparatory epistle to that late theosophick piece, entituled, Theologia mystica. A work never extant before...
London, Printed and sold by A. Sowle, at the Crooked-Billet in Hollway-lane in Shoreditch. Also by J. Lead at the Carpenters in Bartholomew-close; and at book-sellers in London and Westminster, 1683.
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76. Lead, Jane.
The Signs of the Times: Forerunning the Kingdom of Christ and Evidencing When It Is Come. By J. Lead...
London, Printed in the year 1699.
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77. Lead, Jane.
The Tree of Faith: or The Tree of Life, Springing up in the Paradise of God From which All the Wonders of the New Creation, in the Virgin Church of the First-born of Wisdom must proceed. By J. Lead...
The Ark of Faith or A Supplement to the Tree of Faith, etc., for the Further Confirmation of the same. Together with A Discovery of the New World By J. Lead.
London: Printed and Sold by J. Bradford, in Fower-Street, near Crowder's Well, 1696.
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78. Lead, Jane.
The wars of David, and the peaceable reign of Solomon, symbolizing the times of warfare and refreshment of the saints... Containing I. An alarm to the holy warriours... II. The glory of Sharon...
London, Printed by J. Bradford, 1700.
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79. Lead, Jane.
The Wonders of God's Creation Manifested, In the Variety of Eight Worlds; As they were made known Experimentally to the Author J. Lead...
London; Printed, and Sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart-Court, In Gracious-Street. [1695].
Wing L792

80. Lead, Jane.
A Fountain of Gardens: Or, A Spiritual Diary of the Wonderful Experiences of a Christian Soul, under the Conduct of the Heavenly Wisdom; Continued from the Year MDCLXXVIII, to the Middle of the Year MDCLXXVI. Vol. III. Part. II. By J. Lead.
[London.] Printed in the Year 1701.
[Not in ESTC]

81. Lead, Jane.
The revelation of revelations: an essay towards the unsealing, opening and discovering the seven seals, the seven thunders, and the New-Jerusalem state... The second edition...
London, Printed by J. Bradford, 1701.
[Not in ESTC]

82. Leeds, Daniel.
The Temple of Wisdom for the Little World, In Two Parts. The First Philosophically Divine, treating of The Being of all Beeings, and whence everything hath its original, as Heaven, Hell, Angels, Men and Devils, Earth, Stars and Elements. And particularly of all Mysteries concerning the Soul, of Adam before and after the Fall. Also, a Treatise of the four Complexions, with the Causes of spiritual Sadness, etc. To which is added, A Postscript to all Students in Arts and Sciences.
Second Part, Morally divine, containing Abuses stript and whipt, by Geo. Wither, with his description of Fair Virtue. Secondly, A Collection of divine Poems from Fr. Quarles. Lastly, Essayes and Religious Meditations of Sir Francis Bacon, Knight.
Collected, Published and intended for a general Good. By D.L.
Printed and sold by William Bradford in Philadelphia, Anno 1688.
Wing L915 [reel 1813]
[8] + 126 pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[5] A few words to the Reader. by way of Preface.
p[6]-[8] Jacob Behme to the Doctors and Schollars, and Readers of his Writings.
p1-95 [Leeds summary of Boehme's theosophy.]
p96-108 A Treatise of the Four Complexions; and of the Causes of Fear and Sadness; what the Astonishment and Anguish is [about Spiritual things.] Also of the Two Kingdoms or Qualities. Written by Jacob Beheme, 1621.
p108-116 A short, yet plain touch of the two Kingdoms, viz., Heaven and Hell, Light and Darkness, Good and Evil, Love and Anger, etc. Also the [words] Tincture and Turba explained.
p116-125 Postscript. To all Students in Arts and Sciences; and to Astrologers in particular. [At end "D.L. Amen."]
p126 The Great Jehovah's standing Precepts Ten.
The innocent vindicated, 1695. L913.News of a Trumpet 1697. L914.A trumpet sounded. 1699. L916. [reel 1891]

83. P., J. M.D., [Pordage, John.].
A Compendious View Of the Grounds of the Teutonick Philosophy. With considerations by way of enquiry into the subject matter, and scope of the writings of Jacob Behmen, Commonly called, the Teutonick Philosopher. Also several extracts from his writings. And Some Words used by him explained. Published By a Gentleman retired from Business.
London: Printed by M. Lewis; and sold by Messrs. Bathurst, Baker... etc. MDCCLXX.
ESTC
92 + 160 + 114 + 34 + [4] pages.
p1 [Title page.]
p2 [Advertisment for another book published by the same gentleman, entitled 'Important Truths...']
p3-6 The Author to the Reader. [At end. "J.P."]
p7-91 Of Eternal Nature.
p1 [New title page.] Considerations by way of enquiry into the subject, matter, and scope of the writings of the divinely-illuminated Jacob Behmen.
p3-18 Preface.
p19-24 Some words used by Jacob Behmen, explained near to his deep sense.
p24-159 Considerations by way of enquiry into the subject, matter, and scope of the writings of the divinely-illuminated Jacob Behmen. [In 24 chapters.]
p160 [Errata.]
p1 [New title page.] Part the Third. The Works of Jacob Behmen, Concerning God and the Divine Nature. Also Of the Manifestation of Himself in the Trinity: in the Abyss or eternal Chaos: in the pure Element of eternal Nature: and of Angels. Of the Creation of this World and of Man after the Fall of Lucifer: And An Explanation of the three Principles of the divine Mature, and in Creation.
p3-7 To the Reader of these Writings. [At end "Jacob Behmen".]
p9-113 [Text in 11 chapters.]
p1-2 [Missing in the New College copy.]
p3-30 The Editor to the Reader.
p31-34 Meditations and Contemplations Recommended to the Reader before he proceeds to read the following Tracts.
p31-34 [Erroneously numbered.] The Contents. [Table of contents, and errata.]
p[1]-[3] [Three tables of correspondences. The first showing that of the Seven Spirits of God, or Powers of Nature; the second, the ten forms of fire (from the first of the forty questions); the third of the Three Principles.]
New college library.

84. P., S. [Pordage, Samuel.].
Mundorum Explicatio or the Explanation of an Hieroglyphical Figure: wherein are couched the mysteries of the external, internal, and external worlds, shewing the true progress of a soul from the court of Babylon to the city of Jerusalem: from the Adamical fallen state to the regenerate and angelical. Being a sacred poem, written by S.P. armig. London,
Printed by T.R. for Lodowick Lloyd, as the castle in Cornhil, 1661.
Wing 2974
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 38

85. P., S. [Pordage, Samuel.].
Mundorum Explicatio or the Explanation of an Hieroglyphical Figure.
Wing 2975
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 287

86. Pembroke, William Herbert, Earl of.
Of the Internal and External Nature of Man in Christ.
London, 1654.
Wing P1126
[Thomason Tracts E.734.(1). No Boehmist references.]

87. Pembroke, William Herbert, Earl of.
Of the Internal and External Nature of Man in Christ.
London, 1654.
Wing P1127
[Thomason Tracts E.740.(6). With additional material to the earlier edition. No Boehmist references.]

88. Peterson, J.W.
A Letter to Some Divines, Concerning the Question, Whether God since Christ's Ascension, doth any more Reveal himself to Mankind by the means of Divine Apparitions? With an exact account of what God hath bestowed upon a Noble Maid, from her Seventh Year, until Now, MDCXCI. Written Originally in High-Dutch and now set forth in English by the Editor of the Laws of Paradise, newly Published. [i.e. Francis Lee.]...
London, Printed, and Sold by John Whitlock, in Stationers-Court, near Ludgate. 1695.
Wing P72
[40] + 130 pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[36] To the English Reader. [By Francis Lee.]
p[37]-[40] The Testimony which is referr'd to in the Preface. [In Latin. At end "S.D.G."]
p[41]-[44] The same in English.
p1-126 A Letter To Some Divines. [At end "J.W.P."]
p127-129 The Postscript.
p130 [Errata.]
Early English Printed books Microfilm Series II - Reel 1785. [See Thune.]

89. Pordage, John.
Innocencie Appearing, Through the dark Mists of Pretended Guilt. Or, A full and true Narration of the unjust and Illegal Proceedings of the Commissioners of Berks, (for ejecting Scandalous and Insufficient
Ministers) against John Pordage of Bradfield in the same county. In which he is justly vindicated from the unjust and horrid Aspersions Of Blasphemy, Divelism or Necromancie, Scandal in his Life, And all things else falsly objected against him by his Enemies.
Published for the clearing of Truth, and the detecting of Malice and Subtilty, and for the prevention of all misapprehensions that may be caused by any scandalous Pamphlets, and false relations of the proceedings in his Case.
As likewise for the information of all sober-minded Christians touching his judgement in many thi ngs of high concernment, and particularly concerning Chastity, Virginity, Apparitions of Spirits, Visions, Communion with the Holy Angels, The Invisible Worlds, Magistracy, etc.
Written by the said John Pordage...
London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle, at the West-end of Pauls. 1655.
Wing P2967
[10] + 114 pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[6] [The Epistle Dedicatory] To his Highness the Lord Protector, and to his Honourable Council. [At end "John Pordage".]
p[7]-[8] To my Judges the Comissioners, and their Assistants the Ministers. [At end "John Pordage".]
p[9]-[10] To all my Christian Friends and Acquaintance in Berkshire and elsewhere scattered. [At end "John Pordage".]
p1-105 To the Tryal it self. I thus present it to view.
p106-114 An Appendix to the former Relation.
[Thomason Tracts E.1068. (7).]

90. Pordage, John.
Theologia mystica, or The mystic divinitie of the aeternal invisibles, viz. the archetypous globe, or the original globe, or world of all globes, worlds, essences, centers, elements, principles and creations whatsoever. A work never extant before... By a person of qualitie. J P M D.
London, Printed, anno Dom. 1683.

91. Roach, Richard.
The Imperial Standard of Messiah Triumphant...
London, 1727.

92. Roach, Richard.
The Great Crisis or the Mystery of the Times and Seasons Unfolded...
London, 1725.

93. Rous, Francis.
The mysticall marriage.
By I.C. for John Wright.
Wing R2024
[BL 4403.aa.38.]

94. Taylor, Edward.
Jacob Behmen's Theosophick Philosophy Unfolded; in divers Considerations and Demonstrations, shewing The Verity and Utility of the several Doctrines or Propositions contained in the Writings of that Divinely Instructed Author. Also, The Principal Treatises of the said Author Abridged. And Answers given to the Remainder of the 177 Theosophick Questions, Propounded by the said Jacob Behmen, which were left unanswered by him at the time of his Death. As a help towards the better Understanding the Old and New Testament. Also what Man is with respect to Time and Eternity. Being an Open Gate to the Greatest Mysteries. By Edward Taylor. With a short Account of the Life of Jacob Behmen.
London, Printed for Tho. Salusbury at the Sign of the Temple, next the Inner-Temple Gate in Fleet street. 1691.
Wing B3421
[14] + 434 + [6] pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3]-[9] The Publishers Preface to the Reader.
p[10]-[12] Some Words used by Jacob Behmen explained near to his deep Sense.
p[13]-[14] A Preface to the Book of Extracts, and The following Considertions by way of Enquiry into part of the Scope of the Writings of Jacob Behmen.
p1-40 Considerations by way of Inquiry and Search into the Subject Matter and Scope of the Writings of the Divinely instructed Jacob Behmen. [In 24 chapters.]
p41 The 177 Theosophick Questions of the blessed Jacob Behmen divide themselves into Ten grand Distributions or Kinds, being of so many various Aspects; viz.
p42-218 [The 177 Theosophick Questions Answered.]
p218-239 Meditations and brief Contemplations on some of the Preceding Questions Propounded by Jacob Behmen.
p241-423 Extracts Of several of the Works of Jacob Behmen, Beginning with his first Book called Aurora, or, Morning Redness.
p241-259 Aurora, or, Morning Redness.
p260-285 The Three Principles of the Divine Essence.
p286-287 Appendix, or the Threefold Life in Man.
p288-314 The Third Book of Jacob Behmen, called the Threefold Life in Man.
p315-328 Forty Questions of the Soul, Answered by Jacob Behmen.
p329-336 The Fifth Book Of the Author Jacob Behmen Consisting of Three Parts, viz. First, The Incarnation, or becoming Man of Jesus Christ. The second Part is, Of Christs Suffering, Dying, Death and Resurrection. The third Part is, of the Tree of Christian Faith.
p337-344 The Great Six Points.
p345-347 A Brief Exposition of the Small Six Points.
p347-349 A Brief Summary of the Earthly and Heavenly Mysteries Contracted and Comprised in Nine Texts.
p349-353 Of the Divine Vision or Contemplation.
p354-355 A Brief Explanation of the Knowledge of God, and of all things, also of the true and false Light.
p356-368 Signatura Rerum.
p369-374 Gods Election of Grace called Predestination.
p375-378 Baptism and the Lord's Supper.
p379-423 Mysterium Magnum.
p424-434 Some Brief Remarks concerning the Life and Conversation of the Blessed Jacob Behmen, Collected out of the Relations published concerning him.
p[1] The Seven Spirits of God, or Powers, or Forms, in Nature.
p[2] The General Head of the following Treatise. [Table of contents.]
p[3]-[6] A Brief Table. [Index.]
GUL BL [Reel 126]

95. Usher, James. [Archbishop of Armagh.].
A Warning to the Inhabitants of Europe... being some remarkable prophesies of Bishop Usher, John Gibson... and J. Behme, etc.
ESTC
[BL 117.a.10]

96. Memoirs of the Life, Death, Burial, and Wonderful Writings of Jacob Behmen...
Northampton, 1780.
ESTC
Reissue.

97. Memoirs of the Life, Death, Burial, and Wonderful Writings of Jacob Behmen: Now first done at large into English, from the best edition of his works in the original German. With an introductory preface of the translator, directing to the due and right use of this mysterious and extraordinary theosopher. By Francis Okely, Formerly of St. John's College, Cambridge...
Northampton: Printed by Tho. Dicey for the Translator, and for J. Lackington (No. 46) Chiswell-Street, Moorfields, London. Sold also at Bristol by T. Mills, and at Leeds by J. Binns, M.DCC.LXXX.
ESTC t143833
[20] + 154 pages.
p[1] [Title page.]
p[3] [Quotation from Br. Byrom's Miscellaneous Poems.]
p[5]-[20] The Translator's Preface.
p1-38 The Life and Death of Jacob Behmen. [Written by Abrahan de Franckenberg, 1651.]
p39-50 The Faithful Narrative of Coirnelius Weissner, M.D. Concerning the Meekness, Humility, and Friendliness, of the late Jacob Behmen: Also concerning the Examination he underwent at Dresden, in the Presence of his Electoral Highness, and Eight of the most eminent Professors, etc. [At end "C.W. M.D. February 21, 1651."]
p50-62 Whereas in the first Piece, or foregoing Memoirs of Jacob Behmen's Life, drawn up by Mr. Abr. De Franckenberg, ther Deceased's happy Departure out of this World, as there mentioned, p.23, has been but slightly touched upon: We therefore not to interrupt the Thread of his subsequent Remarks, and extremely important Mementos continued to the Conclusion thereof, have scrupled to insert the more circumstantial Narrative concerning his Death, and particularly his Burial, in that Place. Of Consequence, we have reserved it to come, without any Interruption, into this. It begins with the Narrative at large, as taken from Dr. Tobias Koeber's own Hand-Writings, in a Letter addressed to Messrs. De Schweinich; which runs as follows...
p62 A. [Copy of short letter from E. Theodorus.]
p62-63 B. The Questions Master Elias Theodorus put to Mr. Jacob Behmen...
p63-65 C. The Life and Swan-like Words of our Deceased... just as they were couched under the most concise and Plain Expressions by us, and as they were deliverd to the Reverend Preacher, to be read to the Congregation after the Funeral Sermon.
p65-66 D. A Petition presented to the Worshipful the Burgo-Master, in Reference to the Corpse. [At end "Signed, Catherine, The Wife of the late Jacob Behmen..."]
p67-68 E. A Petition to the Honourable the City-Council. [At end "We are, your Honours, obedient N.N. Jacob Behmen's Relict and Heirs."]
p68-79 F. [Notes on the circumstances of the funeral by Michael Kurtz."]
p79-80 [Latin verse "In Obitum Authoris". At end "Mich. Curtz. Goerl."]
p81-98 A Specification of certain Questions, which were propounded by Master Elias Theodorus, to Jacob Behmen, late Shoe-Maker of Goerlitz, during his Sickness, prior to his Absolution and Participation of the Lord's-Supper; together with his Answers thereunto.
p98-100 [Some remarks of the translator.]
p101-107 Mr. Abraham de Franckenberg's Epistle of the 21st of October, 1641.
p107-114 [N.B. The following Letter is not to be met with in this German Life of J. B. But as it hath been translated and published, together with the above, and the End of J.B.'s xxxv. Epistles, and is of a similar Nature; it was thought good to insert it...
An Epistle from H.D. De T. to H.P. De H. dated October 3d. S.N. 1641.
p114-125 The following is a Letter from an eminent Patrician and Member of of Council at Goerlitz, respecting Jacob Behmen's Person and Writings.
p125-127 [Translation into English of the verse "In Obitum Authoris" by Michael Kurtz.
p128-141 Conclusion.
p142-143 Extract from J.B.'s Letter to Dr. Balthazar Walter, concerning his Writings.
p144-153 A Postscript.
Nat Lib Scotland VV 7/3.

98. Truth Appearing through the Clouds of Undeserved Scandal and Aspersion. Or, A brief and true account of some particulars clearly evincing the unjustness and illegality of the sentence of ejectment (passed by the commissioners of Berks, appointed to judge of ministers) against Dr. John Pordage of Bradfield in the same county.
Printed in the year 1655.
Wing T3151
[2] + 6 pages.
p[1] [Title page]
p1-6 Truth appearing through the Clouds of undeserved scandal and aspersion.
[Thomason E.821(4)]. Date altered to 1654.

99. The Life of One Jacob Boehmen, who Although He Were a Very Mean Man, yet wrote the Most Wonderful Deep Knowledge in Natural and Divine Things... wherein is contained a perfect Catalogue of his Workes.
L. N. [Luke Norton?] for Richard Whitaker: London, 1644.
B.L. Catalogue - Not found in Wing. By Richard Whitaker?