Sydenham, Cuthbert, 1622-1654. : Baptism without bason. Or, Plain Scripture-proof against infant-baptism : I. By way of answer to Mr. Baxter's arguments, and to the exercitations of Mr. Sidenham, teacher to a church a[t] Newcastle, concerning infants baptism: for which that their pretended consequences are from concessions not to be granted, and from Scriptures as mistaken, and absolutely wrested, is clearly discovered. With II. Several questions and answers, positively holding out the minde of Christ in baptizing of believers onely; and that the magistrates may be induced more and more to encourage the preaching thereof in publike. III. A declaration written to the election of grace, who for want of information are of contrary judgment. Written by William Kaye, minister of the Gospel at Stokesley.
Sydenham, Henry, 1709-1745. : Alexis: or the worthy unfortunate. : Being a true narrative of the affecting case of a young gentleman, whose ruin was occasioned by the late rebellion.
Sydenham, John, -1625 -- Early works to 1800. : Natures ouerthrow, and deaths triumph. : A sermon preached at the funerall of Sir Iohn Sydenham, Knight, at Brimpton, the 15 of December. 1625. / By Humphrey Sydenham Mr. of Arts, and fellow of Wadham College in Oxford..
Sydenham, Thomas, 1624-1689. -- Early works to 1800. : Observations on The state of the dispute between a physician and an apothecary : concerning a prescription of Sydenham. In which a vindication of this author's character, as a scholar, is attempted; and His Method of curing the Dysentery by Injections of Milk and Venice Treacle; is confirmed by Facts and Experience.
Sydenham, Thomas, 1624-1689. : An essay on the pestilential fever of Sydenham : commonly called the gaol, hospital, ship, and camp-fever. By William Grant, M. D. Author of the Observations on Fevers.