History of the Church and Manor of Wigan.
|3s: Busæi Viridariū 4s: Panarion 5s: Bucer 3s: Gomari disp: 3s: Faii Enchirid. 6s: Martinii Analysis 14d et 18d: Goodwin de Judaicis antiq. 2s: paper books 8s: Boyse Works 12s: Dr Willet on Rom. 10s: Thesaurus Ravenspergeri 7s: Gostwick 1s: Alstedii Oratio 1s: Margarita 18d: other small books 10s||6||13||10|
|It. for my wife's picture drawing & my own 55s:
sacra Scriptura depromptus, of Matthew Vogel the elder, which was published about this time by his son, Matthew Vogel the younger.
- Busæus, Johannes. "Viridarium Christianorum virtutum ex. S. Scriptura et patribus collectum." Moguntia, 1610, 1612, 4to (Watt. Bib. Brit.).
- Panarion. Another work of Busæus. The title is given as follows by Draudius(Bibliotheca Classica, ed. of 1625, Libri Theologici, p. 153): "Joh. Busæi Panarion, hoc est, arca medica variis divinæ scriptura priscorumque Patrum Antidotis adversus animi morbos instructa. Mogunt. apud Joan. Albin. 1609. m. 4. & apud Hierat. Coloniensem, 1610. m. 4." (On p. 155 Draudius gives an edition of 1616).
- Bucer, Martin.
- Faius, A. (Antonie de la Faye.) Perhaps the "Propositions ... of divinitie propounded ... in the University of Geneva, by certaine students there, under ... T. Beza, and ... A. Faius, &c., wherein is contained a ... summarie ... of the common places of Divinitie, translated out of the Latine" [by John Penry], &c. Edinburgh, 1591, 4to. This, or the last part of it, may perhaps come under the definition of Enchiridion, a manual or handbook.
- Godwin, Thomas. "Moses and Aaron; or the Civil and Ecclesiastical Rites of the ancient Hebrews." This work was in great request as a text book, and passed through many editions; 12th ed., 1685 (Lowndes).
- Boys, John. Dean of Canterbury. An edition of his "workes containing an exposition of all the Scriptures used in our Liturgy, &c." was publ. in London in 1622, fol. Perhaps an earlier edition.
- Willet, Andrew. "Hexapla; that is, a six-fold commentarie upon the most divine Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans." Camb. 1611, fol.
- Ravensperger, Hermann. Probably the book given by Draudius as follows: "D. Hermann Ravenspergeri Hortus Theol. pro deponendo S. Tyrocinio, Amstelodami, apud Henr. Laurentium, in 4, 1616."
- Alstedius, John Henry. Probably some work by him. He wrote "The beloved city, or the Saints' reign on earth a thousand years," publ. in London, 1643, 4to.
- Margarita. Probably a copy of one of the numerous editions of the "Margarita Philosophica" of George Reisch, of which the latest noticed by Brunet was in 1583.
- These are probably the portraits of Dr. John Bridgeman and his wife Elizabeth Helyar, now in the Earl of Bradford's possession at Weston.