M. P. (Martin Parker), d. 1656? : A warning to all lewd livers. [electronic resource] : By the example of a disobedient child, who riotously wasted and consumed his fathers and mothers goods, and also his own, among strumpets and other lewd livers, and after died most miserably on a dung-hill. To the tune of, Sir Andrew Barton.
M. P. (Martin Parker), d. 1656? -- Early works to 1800. : Death in a new dress: or Sportive funeral elegies. [electronic resource] : Commemorating the renowned lives and lamented deaths of these eminent personages, Robbin the annyseed-water seller. Martin Parker the famous poet. Archee the late kings jester. The gentlewoman that so often travail'd up Holborn-Hill upon her bum, &c. With the celebration of some (harmless but plesant healths) hitherto not in fashion: and other drollerical crotchets, very delightful. / By S.F.
M. S., 17th cent. : A discourse against blasphemy [electronic resource] : being a conference with M.S. concerning 1. the rudeness of atheistical discourse, 2. the certainty and eternity of hell-torments, 3. the truth and authority of the Holy Scriptures : published pursuant to Their Majesties injunctions to suppress atheism and irreligion / by William Assheton.
M.S. to A.S. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : The second part of the duply to M.S. alias Two brethren. [electronic resource] : Wherein are maintained the Kings, Parliaments, and all civil magistrates authority about the Church. Subordination of ecclesiasticall judicatories. Refuted the independency of particular congregations. Licentiousnesse of wicked conscience, and toleration of all sorts of most detestable schismes, heresies and religions; as, idolatry, paganisme, turcisme, Judaisme, Arrianisme, Brownisme, anabaptisme, &c. which M.S. maintain in their book. With a brief epitome and refutation of all the whole independent-government. / Most humbly submitted to the Kings most excellent Majestie. To the most Honorable Houses of Parliament. The most Reverend and learned Divines of the Assembly. And all the Protestant churches in this island and abroad. By Adam Steuart. Octob. 3. 1644. Imprimatur Ja: Cranford.
M. T. S. T. R. A. I. S. P. H. : A Fresh bit of mutton for those fleshy minded canibals that cannot endure pottadge, or, A defence of Giles Calfine's Messe of pottadge well seasoned and well crummed [electronic resource] : against the idle yet insolent exceptions of his monstrous adversary MT. ST. RA. IS. PH. / by Drupheyra Thexylvenio, cosmopolites.