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A89181 Die Veneris, 8 Martii, 1649. Mr. Millington reports from the Committee of plundred ministers, the matter of fact touching the book entituled, The doctrine of the Fourth Commandment deformed by Popery, reformed and restored to its primitive purity, &c. ... England and Wales. Parliament.; Millington, Gilbert, d. 1666. 1650 (1650) Wing M2271; Thomason 669.f.15[18]; ESTC R211345; ESTC R211347 449 1 View Text
A89182 Die Veneris, 8 Martii, 1649 Mr. Millington reports from the Committtee [sic] of plundred ministers, the matter of fact touching the book entituled, The doctrine of the Fourth Commandment deformed by popery, reformed and restored to its primitive purity, &c. ... England and Wales. Parliament.; Millington, Gilbert, d. 1666. 1650 (1650) Wing M2271; Thomason 669.f.15[18]; ESTC R211347 449 1 View Text
A36397 The bill of excommunication for abolishing henceforth the Sabbath called Sunday or first day / by the Lady Eleanor. Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. 1649 (1649) Wing D1979; ESTC R37758 1,399 11 View Text
A94459 To the Honorable Houses of Parliament now assembled, the humble petition of many of the inhabitants within his Majesties county of Kent, 1641 (1641) Wing T1418; Thomason 669.f.4[9]; ESTC R209919 1,599 1 View Text
A33384 Canterburies potion wherein is shewed the great art of his doctor in finding out the nature of his disease : together with the medicines hee applied, and the strange effects they wrought in him, to the great ease of his surcharged body / collected from the doctors owne hand. 1641 (1641) Wing C460; ESTC R21816 2,491 6 View Text
A39374 Three letters to the author of a book, entituled The Lord's day vindicated, or The first day of the week the Christian Sabbath together with animadversions on a railing pamphlet, entituled The sauciness of a seducer rebuked, or, The pride and folly of an ignorant scribler made manifest / by Edmund Elys ... Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1694 (1694) Wing E696; ESTC R41126 4,935 8 View Text
A79547 Christs birth not mis-timed: or, A cleare refutation of a resolution to a question about the time of Christ's nativity. By R.S. Pretending to evidence by scripture, that, Iesus Christ was not borne in December. R. S. 1649 (1649) Wing C3967; Thomason E538_12; ESTC R206036 5,199 9 View Text
A82315 The doctrine of the Sabbath, as it hath been believed and taught, by ancient and eminent Christians, collected word for word out of their own writings, and now tendred to the consideration of all the godly, especially to direct them to the Parliament, to direct them in their intended Act, for the due and strict observation of the Lords Day. / By a friend to truth, and to the present powers of this Common-wealth, in the way of truth. Dell, William, d. 1664. 1650 (1650) Wing D922; Thomason E597_14; ESTC R206297 5,538 8 View Text
A60389 Sundry queries tendred to such as are, or profess themselves to be ministers of Jesus Christ for clearing the doctrine of the fourth commandement. And the Lords sabbath day. To all that are, or profess themselves to be the ministers of Jesus Christ; these ensuiug [sic] quaeries are humbly presented to be considered, for the clearing of the truth in this weighty controvercy, about the sabbath day. Saller, William, d. ca. 1680. 1653 (1653) Wing S400AA; ESTC R220934 5,838 8 View Text
A60379 Sundry queries formerly tendred to the ministers of London for clearing the doctrine of the Fourth Commandment and the Lord's Sabbath-day but now tendred to the consideration of all men. Saller, William, d. ca. 1680. 1660 (1660) Wing S400; ESTC R26226 5,946 1 View Text
A91233 Nevves from Ipswich discovering certaine late detestable practices of some dominiering lordly prelates, to undermine the established doctrine and discipline of our church, extirpate all oxthodox sincere preachers and preaching of Gods Word, usher in Popery, superstition and idolatry. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1641 (1641) Wing P4021A; Thomason E177_12; ESTC R9558 6,302 9 View Text
A89768 Holy scripture-work is better than the work of the corrupt reasoning of fallen man By Jos. Nott. Nott, Joseph, d. 1699. 1693 (1693) Wing N1401A; ESTC R231393 6,822 12 View Text
A57609 Rome for Canterbury, or, A true relation of the birth and life of William Laud Arch-bishop of Canterbury together with the whole manner of his proceeding, both in the star-chamber, high-commission court, in his owne house, and some observations of him in the tower : with his carriage at the fight of the deputyes going to the place of execution, &c. : dedicated to all the Arminian tribe or Canterburian faction, in the yeare of grace, 1641 : whereunto is added all the articles by which he stands charged of high treason, &c. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1641 (1641) Wing R1895; ESTC R17938 6,955 8 View Text
A95962 Vindiciæ veritatis or an unanimous attestation to Gods blessed truth revealed in his vvord: together with a serious protestation against those church-desolating and soul-damning errors, heresies, and blasphemies, which of late have come in like a flood upon our county and kingdome : especially against a toleration of them. / Made in pursuance of the nationall Covenant, by the ministers of the Gospel within the West-Riding of the countie of York, as a caution to their flocks, and testimonie to the world of their zeal for, and love to, Christs truth and church. Readily and willingly subscribed, April 6. 1648. Hill, Edward, 1589 or 90-1669. 1648 (1648) Wing V544; Thomason E444_5 8,030 12 View Text
A93321 An appeal to the consciences of the chief magistrates of this Commonvvealth, touching the Sabbath-day: as held forth in a book intituled, Articles of religion approved and passed by both Houses of Parliament, after advice had with the Assembly of Divines, &c. Printed in the year 1648. As also in another book intituled, The grounds and principles of religion, contained in a short catechism, &c. And published by the same order. By William Saller, and John Spittlehouse, in the behalf of themselves and several others, who think themselves obliged to observe the seventh day of the week, for the Lords holy Sabbath ... Saller, William, d. ca. 1680.; Spittlehouse, John. 1657 (1657) Wing S397; Thomason E909_8; ESTC R203443 8,111 15 View Text
B08934 Divine examples of God's severe judgments upon Sabbath-breakers, in their unlavvful sports, collected out of several divine subjects, viz. Mr. H.B. Mr. Beard, and the practice of piety : a fit monument for our present times, &c. 1671 (1671) Wing D1720BA; ESTC R175964 8,169 1 View Text
A30736 A Serious advice to the citizens of London by some ministers of the Gospel in the said city upon occasion of the horrid murder and dreadful death of Nathaniel Butler, an high malefactor. Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. 1657 (1657) Wing B6286; ESTC R209007 10,096 23 View Text
A47158 A looking-glass for all those called Protestants in these three nations Wherein they may see, who are true Protestants, and who are degenerated and gone from the testimony and doctrine of the antient Protestants. And hereby it is made to appear, that the people, called in derision Quakers, are true (yea the truest) Protestants, because their testimony agreeth with the testimony of the antient Protestants in the most weighty things wherein the Lord called them forth in that day. Particularly, with the testimony and doctrine of William Tindal, who is called a worthy martyr, and principal teacher of the Church of England;faithfully collected out of his works. By George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Tyndale, William, d. 1536. 1674 (1674) Wing K180; ESTC R218561 10,288 42 View Text
A59744 A view of all the laws and statutes of this nation concerning the service of God or religion viz. [brace] the Holy Scripture, the Lords Day, or Sabbath, prayer, preaching, sacraments, pluralities, first fruits, tenths, residence, or non-residence, &c. / by William Sheppard, Esq. ; published by command. England and Wales.; Sheppard, William, d. 1675? 1655 (1655) Wing S3216; ESTC R38257 15,019 94 View Text
A26814 The morality of the seventh-day-Sabbath disproved in answer to C.T. Tillam's book, entituled, A present from prison, dedicated to L.C. Hobson ... / written by the learned J.B., Master of arts, at the request of the said L.C. Hobson. J. B. 1683 (1683) Wing B113; ESTC R32844 17,167 24 View Text
A53813 The tryal of the truth or rather, the law is the truth : Psalm CXIX, CXLII, wherein are presented to the upright in heart, certain theoretical queries ... which queries particularly and especially tend to make way for the finding out whether it be our duty to keep holy the seventh day Sabbath ... / propounded by a lover of the truth, I.O., of age 57 years, who desireth that truth be preferred in all things above error, and virtue above vice ... Ockford, James. 1656 (1656) Wing O8A; ESTC R41804 18,146 20 View Text
A67323 Infants baptism from heaven, of divine institution Being a brief yet satisfactory answer to some objections made by Hercules Collins, in his book entituled, Believers baptism from heaven, infants baptism from earth, &c. against certain truths proved in a book entituled, Baptism anatomized. Propounded in five queries, by Tho. Wall. Viz. 1. What water-baptism is? 2. What is the end for which it was instituted? 3. What giveth right to it? 4. Who are the true administrators of it? 5. Whether it be lawful for a man to baptise himself? Wherein the right that the infants of believers have to water-baptism is vindicated: the duty of believing parents in that matter asserted: and that by the contrary tenet and practice, they ought themselved to be excluded from the Lords-Supper, is plainly and fully proved. And wherein is also proved, that the covenant which God made with Abraham, Gen. 17. and with Israel, Exod. 19. and Deut. 29. are the covenant of grace in Christ, and not part of the covenant of works made with Adam before his fall. Wall, Thomas. 1692 (1692) Wing W484; ESTC R219349 20,257 43 View Text
A47081 Mercy triumphing over judgement or, A warning for Sabbath-breakers Published for Gods glory and the benefit of all true Christians. By me Thomas Jones, of the City of Hereford. Who for prophaning the Lords Day was [m]ost miraculously strucken by the hand of God, and ut[te]rly depriv'd of all my senses, for the space of 4 years; [an]d now by his great mercy (upon my hearty repen[ta]nce) being perfectly restored to my former health, I [w]as moved to set forth this ensuing relation, as a testi[m]ony of my thankfulnesse to God for his fatherly [ch]astisement; and that all others by my example, may [b]e deterred from so hainous an offence as Sabbath-breaking. Jones, Thomas, of Hereford. 1641 (1641) Wing J993A; ESTC S103195 21,118 49 View Text
A15304 The schysmatical puritan A sermon preached at Witney concerning the lawfulnesse of church-authority, for ordaining, and commanding of rites, and ceremonies, to beautifie the Church. By Giles Widdowes rector of St Martins church in Oxford. Widdowes, Giles, 1558?-1645. 1630 (1630) STC 25594; ESTC S120720 21,327 48 View Text
A93350 The Protestant informer, or Information to all Protestants: shewing the causes and end, of this unjust warre, plotted by Romish Jesuites, and now managed by English papists, and their abbettors against this Parliament, and in this all other Parliaments: proving by forepast proceedings, present actions and persons acting that: this warre is no new quarrell, nor caused by the militia but divellish malice, against the true Protestant religion, and lawes of this kingdom, to set up, and establish popery, and hath beene fifteene, or sixteene yeares last past, preparing. Also justifying this Parliaments proceedings, by nature, law, and religion, against the false calumniations of all malignants: with an exhortation, to courage, liberality, patience, and constancy, to the hazard of life, and fortunes: in defence of Gods true worship; your own rights, liberties, and this present Parliament; with confidence of a blessing, and victory, like Caleb, and Ioshua: for your God is with you. Published for information to the ignorant. By Gregory Thims Gentl. Thims, Gregory. 1643 (1643) Wing S4038A; Thomason E91_17; ESTC R13261 21,917 24 View Text
A77288 A sermon of the blessed sacrament of the Lords Supper; proving that there is therein no proper sacrifice now offered; together with the disapproving of sundry passages in 2. bookes set forth by Dr. Pocklington; the one called Altare Christianum, the other Sunday no Sabbath: formerly printed with licence. By William Bray, Dr. of Divinity. Now published by command. Bray, William, d. 1644. 1641 (1641) Wing B4316; Thomason E157_8; ESTC R22819 22,195 69 View Text
A69663 The grand impostor vnmasked, or, A detection of the notorious hypocrisie and desperate impiety of the late Archbishop, so styled, of Canterbury cunningly couched in that written copy which he read on the scaffold at his execution, Ian. 10, 1644, alias called by the publisher, his funerall sermon / by Henry Burton. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1644 (1644) Wing B6163; ESTC R6460 22,693 23 View Text
A41671 The sabbaths sanctification ... by W.G. Gouge, William, 1578-1653. 1641 (1641) Wing G1395; ESTC R31086 24,639 54 View Text
A94824 The zealous magistrate. Set forth in a sermon, preached in Exeter, before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Foster, his Majesties justice of assize for the western circuit. / By Thomas Trescot, master of arts, and rector of the church of Invvardleigh in Detton. It is this 10th day of October 1642. (by the committee of the House of Commons concerning printing) ordered, that this book, intituled, The zealous magistrate, &c. be printed. Iohn White. Trescot, Thomas, 1611 or 12-1684.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1643 (1643) Wing T2126; Thomason E89_4; ESTC R12172 26,564 40 View Text
A16915 Three questions ansvvered I. Question. What should our meaning be, when after the reading of the fourth Commandement, we pray; Lord incline our hearts to keepe this law? II. Question. How shall the fourth Commandement, being deliuered in such forme of words, binde vs to sanctifie any day, but onely the seauenth, the day wherein God rested, & which the Iewes sanctified? III. Question. How shall it appeare to be the law of nature to sanctifie one day in every weeke? Broad, Thomas, 1577 or 8-1635. 1622 (1622) STC 3806; ESTC S106710 26,614 43 View Text
A60395 A short treatise of altars, altar-furniture, altar-cringing, and musick of all the quire, singing-men and choristers, when the holy Communion was administered in the cathedrall church of Durham by prebendaries and petty-canons, in glorious copes embroidered with images, 1629 / written at the same time by Peter Smart ... Smart, Peter, 1569-1652? 1643 (1643) Wing S4014; ESTC R20243 26,828 32 View Text
A96264 A sermon touching the divine right and due observation of the Lords day Preached before the Lord Deputy, and the Lords Spiritual & Temporal of the kingdom of Ireland; in time of Parliament. At Christ-Church Dublin. On Sunday the 6th. of October, 1695. With a preface humbly address'd to the whole body of English Protestants: especially those inhabiting the kingdom of Ireland. By Edward Lord Bishop of Cork and Ross. Wettenhall, Edward, 1636-1713. 1697 (1697) Wing W1520A; ESTC R229732 26,838 68 View Text
A17292 A brief answer to a late Treatise of the Sabbath day digested dialogue-wise between two divines, A. and B. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1635 (1635) STC 4137.7; ESTC S4551 27,721 34 View Text
A90571 A Petition humbly presented to his Highnesse the Lord Protector, and to the High-Court of Parliament, the supream governors of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the dominions thereunto belonging. By divers ministers for the establishment of themselves and others their brethren (for their own lives) in the places to which they were admitted to officiate (as ministers of the gospel) without institution or induction from the bishops. With reasons thereto annexed whereof the contents are set down in page next after the petition. And at the end of the book an epistle to the sincere and pious preachers of the word of God written before the beginning of Parliament by Philotheus Philomystes. Philomystes, Philotheus. 1654 (1654) Wing P1759; Thomason E820_6; ESTC R207349 27,843 37 View Text
A78019 A divine tragedie lately acted, or, A collection of sundrie memorable examples of Gods judgements upon Sabbath-breakers, and other like libertines, in their unlawfull sports, hapning within the realme of England, in the compasse onely of few yeers last past, since the book was published, worthy to be known and considered of all men, especially such, who are guilty of the sin or archpatrons thereof. / By that worthy divine Mr. Henry Burton. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648.; Prynne, William, 1600-1669, attributed name. 1642 (1642) Wing B6161; Thomason E176_1; ESTC R18494 27,899 47 View Text
A35353 Cathedrall newes from Canterbury shewing, the Canterburian Cathedrall to bee in an abbey-like, corrupt, and rotten condition, which cals for a speedy reformation, or dissolution : vvhich dissolution is already foreshowne, and begun there, by many remarkeable passages upon that place, and the prelats there : amongst which passages of wonder is, the Archbishop of Canterburies passing-bell, rung miraculously in that cathedrall / recorded and published by Richard Culmer ... Culmer, Richard, d. 1662. 1644 (1644) Wing C7478; ESTC R209928 28,341 30 View Text
A10875 Differences in matters of religion, betweene the easterne and westerne churches VVherein the Romane Church may see her selfe charged with as many errours, as shee falsly layeth to the charge of other churches in Europe. Gathered by Irenæus Rodoginus. Rodoginus, Irenaeus. 1625 (1625) STC 21141; ESTC S116064 28,860 89 View Text
A77735 A brief ansvver to obiections of all sorts, against Presbyterian chvrches and their government. Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. 1650 (1650) Wing B528; Thomason E620_11; ESTC R206382 29,802 35 View Text
A25887 A great wonder in heaven, or, A lively picture of the militant church drawn by a divine pencill : Revel. 12, 1, 2 : discoursed on in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at Margarets, Westminster, on the last monethly fast-day, January 27, 1646/7 / by John Arrowsmith ... Arrowsmith, John, 1602-1659. 1647 (1647) Wing A3776; ESTC R441 30,018 49 View Text
A62529 Crums of bread for the dove in the clefts of the rock, and the secret places of the stairs, Cant. 2.14, or, Helps to meditation on conversion, mortification, sanctification, the Christians daily walke, reading the scriptures, and good practicall books : for a friend / by J.T. Tickell, John, d. 1694. 1652 (1652) Wing T1156; ESTC R6990 32,989 81 View Text
A31087 Certain proposals humbly offered, for the preservation & continuance of the truly reformed Protestant religion, in these three kingdomes of England, Scotland and Ireland by a professor of the said truly reformed Protestant religion ... J. B. 1674 (1674) Wing B96; ESTC R11223 33,531 39 View Text
A17298 A divine tragedie lately acted, or A collection of sundry memorable examples of Gods judgements upon Sabbath-breakers, and other like libertines, in their unlawfull sports, happening within the realme of England, in the compass only of two yeares last past, since the booke was published worthy to be knowne and considered of all men, especially such, who are guilty of the sinne or arch-patrons thereof. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1636 (1636) STC 4140.7; ESTC S115279 33,687 58 View Text
A76816 A moderate ansvver to these two questions 1. Whether ther [sic] be sufficient ground in Scripture to warrant the conscience of a Christian to present his infants to the sacrament of baptism. 2. Whether it be not sinfull for a Christian to receiv [sic] the sacrament in a mixt assembly. Prepared for the resolution of a friend, and now presented to the publick view of all, for the satisfaction of them who desire to walk in the ancient and long-approved way of truth and holiness. By T.B. B.D. Blake, Thomas, 1597?-1657. 1644 (1644) Wing B3148; Thomason E19_6; ESTC R12103 35,052 36 View Text
A53192 The doctrine of the Fourth Commandement, deformed by popery, reformed & restored to its primitive purity wherein is clearely proved by Scripture, arguments, and reasons, that the seventh day of the week, and not the first, viz. the day called Saturday (and not the day called Sunday) is the true Christian Sabbath ... / objections answered, and the truth cleared, by Gods unworthy servant, J.O. Ockford, James. 1650 (1650) Wing O128AA; ESTC R41358 35,090 80 View Text
A58653 Jerubbaal justified: or, A plain rebuke of the high (pretended humble) remonstrance and plea against Mr. Crofton his reformation not separation or, a plea for communion with the church under those corruptions, and by that disorderly ministration, to which he cannot conform, nor by it administer. Demonstrating, T.P. (alias D.) his grosse mistakes of Mr. Crofton his principle and argument: as also the fallacie and vanity of his pleaded necessity for his (confessed) separation from publique assemblies, which is found insufficient to acquit him of schisme. To which is added a position, disputing the lawfulnesse of ministers receiving an imposed liturgy. R. S.; Crofton, Zachary, 1625 or 6-1672. Reformation not separation. 1663 (1663) Wing S130 35,735 54 View Text
A85121 A plain-dealing, and plain-meaning sermon, preach't in the parish church of St. Nicholas, Bristol, April. 6. 1660. Being the day appointed by the Parliament for publique fasting and humiliation for the sins of the nation, &c. Together with a prefatory epistle, and subsequent vindication both of the sermon, and author. Wherein (besides an apology for home and plain-preaching) you have something offered to allay the heat of thier stomacks, and to temper the tongues of those, who (being ignorant in scripture) reproach and revile Presbytery and Presbyters. With some hints at Satans subtlety, and the mischief of those people, who brand zeal for God and truth (in free, home, and faithfull preaching) with the reproachful names of anger, passion, and railing. Farmer, Ralph. 1660 (1660) Wing F443; Thomason E1025_5; ESTC R208684 39,155 50 View Text
A77209 An answer to M. Cawdry's two books of the Sabbath, lately come forth Wherein the author doth two things: 1. He vindicates himselfe from Mr Cawdrie's unfriendly abuse of him, in fathering upon him three texts of scripture, and three arguments deduced from them, to prove the perpetuity of the antient Sabbath, ... Wherein the author hath 1. Answered and confuted all that Mr. Cawdry hath wrote to corrupt the sense and meaning of the Commandement. 2. He hath restored the antient, genuine, and proper sense of the Commandement: and confirmed it by sundry undeniable arguments. By Theophilus Brabourne. Brabourne, Theophilus, b. 1590. 1654 (1654) Wing B4088; ESTC R229562 39,309 117 View Text
A85664 Axinē pros tēn rhizan. = The axe at the root, a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their publike fast, April 26. 1643. By William Greenhill. Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. 1643 (1643) Wing G1848; Thomason E103_2; ESTC R17567 41,085 62 View Text
A62209 The sauciness of a seducer rebuked, or, The pride and folly of an ignorant scribbler made manifest in some remarks upon a scurrilous libel written by Joseph Nott ... against a book of the Reverend Mr. George Tross in vindication of the Lord's Day : together with a confutation of some errors of the Quakers, in a book call'd ... Gospel-truths scripturally asserted, written by John Gannacliff and Joseph Nott. Trosse, George, 1631-1713. 1693 (1693) Wing S729; ESTC R7884 41,236 31 View Text
A87881 The observator observed, or, Animadversions upon observations on the history of King Charles wherein that history is vindicated, partly illustrated, and severall other things tending to the rectification of some publique mistakes, are inserted : to which is added, at the latter end, the observators rejoinder. L'Estrange, Hamon, 1605-1660. 1656 (1656) Wing L1188A; ESTC R179464 41,478 51 View Text
A96350 The first centvry of scandalous, malignant priests, made and admitted into benefices by the prelates, in whose hands the ordination of ministers and government of the church hath been. Or, A narration of the causes for which the Parliament hath ordered the sequestration of the benefices of severall ministers complained of before them, for vitiousnesse of life, errors in doctrine, contrary to the articles of our religion, and for practising and pressing superstitious innovations against law, and for malignancy against the Parliament. It is ordered this seventeenth day of November, 1643. by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that this booke intituled, [The first century of scandalous, malignant priests, &c.] be printed by George Miller. White, John, 1590-1645.; England and Wales. Parliament. aut 1643 (1643) Wing W1777; Thomason E76_21; ESTC R19192 42,473 60 View Text
A48433 An handfull of gleanings out of the Book of Exodus probable solution of some of the mainest scruples, and explanation of the hardest places of that Booke ... / by John Lightfoot ... Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. 1643 (1643) Wing L2055; ESTC R21590 43,133 64 View Text
A38779 The voice of King Charls the father to Charls the son, and the bride say come being an invitation of King Charls to come in peaceably and be reconciled to his father's minde and shewing the integrity of His Highness Oliver Cromwel ... / by Arise Evans. Evans, Arise, b. 1607. 1655 (1655) Wing E3471; ESTC R26694 43,143 81 View Text
A76088 The storming of the Anabaptists garrisons, vvith a brief discovery of the weaknesse of the same, & of the inconsiderableness of the sconces and forts of all the other sectaries, in despight and contempt of all the which, any Christian souldier may safely march to Heaven, without the least danger; ... In a word, in the insuing discourse, the vanity of all novell opinions is discovered, the ignorance of all the which can no way hinder any mans happinesse: and the baptisme of little children borne of Christian parents, whether Iewes or Gentiles, is proved by the word of God to be lawfull, ... / By Iohn Bastwick, Doctor in Physick. Bastwick, John, 1593-1654.; Smart, Richard, fl. 1647. 1647 (1647) Wing B1071; Thomason E390_23; ESTC R201542 43,659 52 View Text
A93382 A sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons, at their monethly fast, May 29. 1644. By Peter Smith Doctor of Divinitie, minister of Gods Word at Barkway in Hertfordshire, and one of the Assembly of Divines. Smith, Peter, d. 1652? or 3?; England and Wales. Parliament. 1644 (1644) Wing S4142; Thomason E52_24; ESTC R9534 45,343 53 View Text
A30197 Questions about the nature and perpetunity of the seventh-day Sabbath and proof that the first day of the week is the true Christian-sabbath / by John Bunyan. Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. 1685 (1685) Wing B5587; ESTC R17508 46,291 158 View Text
A38405 Englands iustification for her religion Wherein it is maintayned to be the same our Saviour Iesus Christ hath taught us. Presented to the high court of Parliament. By a well-wisher of peace in the Church, and happinesse to the Kingdome. Well-wisher of peace in the Church, and happinesse to the Kingdome. 1641 (1641) Wing E2991; ESTC R218201 47,162 84 View Text
A42536 The religion of a physician, or, Divine meditations upon the grand and lesser festivals, commanded to be observed in the Church of England by act of Parliament by Edmund Gayton ... Gayton, Edmund, 1608-1666. 1663 (1663) Wing G416; ESTC R7653 47,970 120 View Text
A13884 Vindiciæ Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ: or A iustification of the religion now professed in England VVherein it is prooued to be the same which was taught by our Sauiour Iesus Christ, and by his holy Apostles; written for their vse that haue desired such proofe. By W.T. Travers, Walter, 1547 or 8-1635.; A. B.; Travers, Walter, d. 1646, attributed name. 1630 (1630) STC 24188; ESTC S118507 48,208 86 View Text
A79559 The Christians daily monitor to the performance of personal and relative duties With a resolution of some cases of conscience. Published for the benefit of young persons; By Joseph Church. Together with so much of Mr. Samuel Hierons catechisme, as concerns second table duties. Church, Josiah. 1669 (1669) Wing C3986B; ESTC R230947 48,548 166 View Text
A51245 Ho thésauros en ostrakinois skeuesin. A pearl in an oyster-shel: or, pretious treasure put in perishing vessels. The sum or substance of two sermons preached at Withall-Chappel in Worcestershire. Wherein is set forth the mightiness of the Gospel, the meanness of its ministration. Together with a character of Mr. Thomas Hall, his holy life and death. By Richard Moore, a willing, though a most unworthy servant of God in the Gospel of his Son Jesus Christ. Moore, Richard, 1619-1683. 1675 (1675) Wing M2583; ESTC R222046 51,229 137 View Text
A97283 The penitent murderer. Being an exact narrative of the life and death of Nathaniel Butler; who (through grace) became a convert, after he had most cruelly murdered John Knight. With the several conferences held with the said Butler in Newgate, by the Right Honorable the Lord Maior, and several eminent ministers, and others. As also his confession, speech, prayer, and the sermon preached after his execution; with several useful admonitions, and excellent discourses. / Collected by Randolph Yearwood, chaplain to the Right Honorable, the Lord Major of the city of London. Yearwood, Randolph, d. 1689. 1657 (1657) Wing Y23; Thomason E1660_2; ESTC R209007 51,603 133 View Text
A93935 An iron rod put into the Lord Protectors hand, to break all antichristian powers in pieces. Or, A discourse, which tends to a spirituall war with all sects and self-opinions, which are the Churches enemies: wil bring Englands everlasting happiness, and joyn all other lands into the body of Christs Church, to serve God with with [sic] one consent, Zeph. 3.9. All which was discovered to John Sanders of Harburn, neer Brimingham [sic]: by true apparitions, revelations, and many several visions, as the second book sheweth. Sanders, John, of Harburn. 1655 (1655) Wing S575; Thomason E842_23; ESTC R203488 52,643 75 View Text
A64661 The judgement of the late Arch-Bishop of Armagh and Primate of Ireland 1. Of the extent of Christs death and satisfaction &c, 2. Of the Sabbath, and observation of the Lords day, 3. Of the ordination in other reformed churches : with a vindication of him from a pretended change of opinion in the first, some advertisements upon the latter, and in prevention of further injuries, a declaration of his judgement in several other subjects / by N. Bernard. Ussher, James, 1581-1656.; Bernard, Nicholas, d. 1661. 1658 (1658) Wing U188; ESTC R24649 53,942 189 View Text
A17305 The law and the Gospell reconciled. Or the euangelicall fayth, and the morall law how they stand together in the state of grace A treatise shewing the perpetuall vse of the morall law vnder the Gospell to beleeuers; in answere to a letter written by an antinomian to a faithfull Christian. Also how the morality of the 4th Commandement is continued in the Lords day, proued the Christian Sabbath by diuine institution. A briefe catalogue of the antinomian doctrines. By Henry Burton. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1631 (1631) STC 4152; ESTC S106965 54,375 114 View Text
A69197 The white wolfe, or, A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, Feb. 11 being the last Sonday in Hillarie tearme, anno 1627, and printed somewhat more largely then the time would permit at that present to deliuer wherein faction is vnmasked, and iustly taxed without malice, for the safetie of weake Christians : especially, the Hetheringtonian faction growne very impudent in this citie of late yeeres, is here confuted / by Stephen Denison... Denison, Stephen, d. 1649 or 50. 1627 (1627) STC 6607.5; ESTC S109591 56,251 87 View Text
A33970 A modest plea for the Lords Day or rather the summe of the plea made by divines for the Lords Day as the Christian Sabbath, against those who contend for the old Sabbath of the seventh day, in order from the creation / by J.C., D.D. Collinges, John, 1623-1690. 1669 (1669) Wing C5327; ESTC R43109 56,915 142 View Text
B09144 An explanation of the solemn advice, recommended by the Council in Connecticut Colony, to the inhabitants of that jurisdiction, respecting the reformation of those evils, which have been the procuring cause of the late judgments upon New-England. By Mr. James Fitch ... Fitch, James, 1622-1702.; Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.; Fitch, James, 1622-1702. Brief discourse proving that the first day of the week is the Christian Sabbath.; Connecticut. Council. 1683 (1683) Wing F1063; ESTC W24614 58,047 146 View Text
A78030 The sounding of the two last trumpets, the sixt and seventh or Meditations by way of paraphrase upon the 9th. 10th. and 11th. Chapters of the Revelation, as containing a prophecie of these last times. / Digested by Henry Burton during his banishment, and close imprisonment in the isle of Guernsey. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1641 (1641) Wing B6172; Thomason E174_1; ESTC R6165 58,961 100 View Text
A93051 Mistris Shawe's tomb-stone or, the saints remains. Being a brief narrative, of some few (amongst many) remarkable passages in the holy life and happy death of that precious servant of the Lord Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, (late the dearly beloved wife of Mr. John Shaw preacher of the Gospell at Kingstone upon Hull,) who sweetly slept in the Lord, Decemb. 10th. and was interred at Trinity Church, in Hull, Decemb. 12. 1657. Collected by her dearest friend: with many usefull instructions, especially for his own and his six daughters consolation and imitation. Shawe, John, 1608-1672. 1658 (1658) Wing S3029; Thomason E1926_1; ESTC R209982 62,732 192 View Text
A54497 A demonstration of family-duties: or Certaine propositions and reasons of them taken [ou]t of the holy Scriptures, tending to shew the necessity, nature, and manner of performance of such religious duties, as Christian families ought to spare some time unto from common affaires every day. By T.P. Paget, Thomas, d. 1660. 1643 (1643) Wing P168AA; ESTC R220409 63,974 165 View Text
A56710 A treatise of the nesssity and frequency of receiving the Holy Communion With a resolution of doubts about it. In three discourses begun upon Whit-Sunday in the cathedral church of Peterburgh. To press the observation of the fourth Rubrick after the communion office. By Symon Patrick, D.D. Dean of Peterburgh, and one of Hi [sic] Majesties Chaplains in Ordinary. Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. 1685 (1685) Wing P859; ESTC R216671 69,078 263 View Text
A90999 Euchologia: or, The doctrine of practical praying. By the Right Reverend Father in God, John Prideaux, late Bishop of Worcester. Being a legacy left to his daughters in private, directing them to such manifold uses of our Common Prayer Book. As may satisfie upon all occasions, without looking after new lights from extemporal flashes. Prideaux, John, 1578-1650. 1655 (1655) Wing P3425; Thomason E1515_1; ESTC R209505 69,265 323 View Text
A42475 Causa Dei: = Gods pleading his own cause set forth in two sermons preached at the Temple in November, 1659. By Dr. Gauden, Bishop of Excester. Gauden, John, 1605-1662. 1661 (1661) Wing G344A; ESTC R216426 72,042 214 View Text
A27068 Whether parish congregations be true Christian churches and the capable consenting incumbents, be truly their pastors, or bishops over their flocks ... : written by Richard Baxter as an explication of some passages in his former writings, especially his Treatise of episcopacy, misunderstood and misapplied by some, and answering the strongest objections of some of them, especially a book called, Mr. Baxters judgment and reasons against communicating with the parish assemblies, as by law required, and another called, A theological dialogue, or, Catholick communion once more defended, upon mens necessitating importunity / by Richard Baxter. Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. 1684 (1684) Wing B1452; ESTC R16512 73,103 142 View Text
A81336 A collection of speeches made by Sir Edward Dering Knight and Baronet, in matter of religion. Some formerly printed, and divers more now added: all of them revised, for the vindication of his name, from weake and wilfull calumnie: and by the same Sir Edward Dering now subjected to publike view and censure, upon the urgent importunity of many, both gentlemen and divines. Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. 1642 (1642) Wing D1104; Thomason E197_1; ESTC R212668 73,941 173 View Text
A43650 The case of infant-baptism in five questions ... Hickes, George, 1642-1715.; Philpot, John, 1516-1555. Letter of Mr. Philpot, to a friend of his, prisoner the same time in Newgate. 1685 (1685) Wing H1844; ESTC R227769 76,836 97 View Text
A60480 The doctrine of the Church of England, concerning the Lord's Day, or Sunday-Sabbath as it is laid down in the liturgy, catechism, and book of homilies, vindicated from the vulgar errours of modern writers, and settled upon the only proper and sure basis of God's precept to Adam, and patriarchal practice, where an essay is laid down to prove, that the patriarchal Sabbath instituted, Gen. 2. 3. celebrated by the patriarchs before the Mosaick Law, and re-inforc'd in the fourth precept of the Decalogue, was the same day of the VVeek, viz. Sunday, which Christians celebrate in memory of the perfecting of the creation of the world by the redemption of mankind. Smith, John, Rector of St. Mary's in Colchester. 1683 (1683) Wing S4110; ESTC R3081 78,815 242 View Text
A67379 A defense of the Christian Sabbath in answer to a treatise of Mr. Tho. Bampfield pleading for Saturday-sabbath / by John Wallis. Wallis, John, 1616-1703. 1692 (1692) Wing W569; ESTC R2541 83,482 87 View Text
A51998 A tract on the Sabbath-Day wherein the keeping of the first-day of the week a Sabbath is justified by a divine command and a double example contained in the Old and New Testament : with answers to the chiefest objections made by the Jewish seventh-day Sabbatharians and others / by Isaac Marlow. Marlow, Isaac. 1694 (1694) Wing M695; ESTC R32053 84,294 98 View Text
A93347 Gods unchangeableness: or Gods continued providence, in preserving, governing, ordering and disposing of all creatures, men, actions, counsels and things, as at the beginning of the world, so to the end of the world, for ever, according to the counsel of his own will. From whence is gatherd six necessary inferences very applicable to the changes, alterations and vicissitude of these our present times. Wherein is clearly demonstrated and proved, that Oliver Cromwell is by the providence of God, Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland, &c. to whom the people owe obedience, as to him whom God hath set over them. Unto which is added, the causes of discontent, repining and murmurings of men: also, some serious advertisements, and seasonable admonitions to the discontented, and reprehensions to all impetuous, arrogant murmurers. Together with answers to some cheif objections made against the Lord Protector and his present government, endeavouring (if possible) satisfaction to all men. / Therefore written and published for publicke good, by George Smith, Gent. Smith, George, 1602 or 3-1658. 1655 (1655) Wing S4036; Thomason E824_4; ESTC R207687 84,417 65 View Text
A67875 Laudensium apostasia: or A dialogue in which is shewen, that some divines risen up in our church since the greatness of the late archbishop, are in sundry points of great moment, quite fallen off from the doctrine received in the Church of England. By Henry Hickman fellow of Magd. Colledg Oxon. Hickman, Henry, d. 1692. 1660 (1660) Wing H1911; ESTC R208512 84,970 112 View Text
A78514 The seventh-day Sabbath· Or a brief tract on the IV. Commandment. Wherein is discovered the cause of all our controversies about the Sabbath-day, and the meanes of reconciling them. More particularly is shewed 1. That the seventh day from the creation, which was the day of Gods rest, was not the seventh day which God in this law commanded his people to keep holy; neither was it such a kinde of day as was the Jewes Sabbath-day. 2. That the seventh day in this law commanded to be kept holy, is the seventh day of the week, viz. the day following the six dayes of labour with all people. 3. That Sunday is with Christians as truly the Sabbath-day, as was Saterday with the Jewes. / By Thomas Chafie parson of Nutshelling. Chafie, Thomas. 1652 (1652) Wing C1791; Thomason E670_3; ESTC R207035 89,318 121 View Text
A47706 The history of the rites, customes, and manner of life, of the present Jews, throughout the world. VVritten in Italian, by Leo Modena, a rabbine of Venice. Translated into English, by Edmund Chilmead, Mr. of Arts, and chaplain of Christ-Church Oxon; Historia de' riti hebraici, vita ed osservanze de gl'Hebrei di questi tempi. English Modena, Leone, 1571-1648.; Chilmead, Edmund, 1610-1654. 1650 (1650) Wing L1099A; ESTC R216660 90,789 288 View Text
A77137 A defence and justification of ministers maintence by tythes. And of infant-baptism, humane learning, and the sword of the magistrate; which some Anabaptists falsely call four sandy pillars, and popish foundations of our ministry and churches. In which tythes are proved to be due by divine right to the ministers of the gospel. All common objections answered, and divers cases of conscience humbly proposed: with a light to clear them. / In a reply to a paper sent by some Anabaptists to Immanuel Bourne, late pastor of the church in Asheover in the county of Derby: now preacher to the congregation at Waltham in the county of Leicester. With a short answer to Anthony Peirson's great case of tythes, &c. Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. 1659 (1659) Wing B3851; Thomason E1907_1 92,679 184 View Text
A47791 God's Sabbath before, under the law and under the Gospel briefly vindicated from novell and heterodox assertions / by Hamon L'Estrange ... L'Estrange, Hamon, 1605-1660. 1641 (1641) Wing L1188; ESTC R14890 92,840 157 View Text
A06131 A briefe conference of diuers lawes diuided into certaine regiments. By Lodowick LLoyd Esquier, one of her Maiesties serieants at armes. Lloyd, Lodowick, fl. 1573-1610. 1602 (1602) STC 16616; ESTC S108780 93,694 158 View Text
A68550 The Bible-battells. Or The sacred art military For the rightly wageing of warre according to Holy Writ. Compiled for the vse of all such valiant worthies, and vertuously valerous souldiers, as vpon all iust occasions be ready to affront the enemies of God, our king, and country. By Ric. Bernard rector of Batcombe Somersetshire. Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. 1629 (1629) STC 1926; ESTC S115391 93,945 409 View Text
A55489 The life of Mr. John Hieron with the characters and memorials of ten other worthy ministers of Jesus Christ / written by Mr. Robert Porter ... Porter, Robert, d. 1690. 1691 (1691) Wing P2987; ESTC R33944 94,309 99 View Text
A16568 A discourse vpon the Sabbath day Wherin are handled these particulares ensuinge. 1. That the Lords day is not Sabbath day, by divine iustification. 2. An exposition of the 4. commandement, so farr fort has may give light vnto the ensueinge discourse: and particularly, here it is showne, at what time the Sabbath day should begine and end; for the satisfaction of those who are doubtfull in this point. 3. That the seaventh day Sabbath is not abolished. 4. That the seaventh day Sabbath is now still in force. 5. The authors exhortation and reasones, that neverthelesse there be no rente from our Church as touching practise. Written by Theophilus Brabourne. Brabourne, Theophilus, b. 1590. 1628 (1628) STC 3474; ESTC S120444 95,505 198 View Text
A73399 An examination and confutation of a lawlesse pamphlet, intituled, A briefe answer to a late treatise of the Sabbath-day: digested dialogue-wise betweene two divines, A and B. By Dr. Fr. White, L. Bishop of Ely White, Francis, 1564?-1638.; White, Francis, 1564?-1638. Treatise of the Sabbath-day. 1637 (1637) STC 25379.5; ESTC S124620 96,141 174 View Text
A85827 A discours apologetical; wherein Lilies lewd and lowd lies in his Merlin or Pasqil for the yeer 1654. are cleerly laid open; his shameful desertion of his own cause is further discovered; his shameless slanders fullie refuted; and his malicious and murtherous mind, inciting to a general massacre of Gods ministers, from his own pen, evidentlie evinced. Together with an advertisement concerning two allegations produced in the close of his postscript. And a postscript concerning an epistle dedicatorie of one J. Gadburie. By Tho. Gataker B.D. autor [sic] of the annotations on Jer. 10.2 and of the vindication of them. Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. 1654 (1654) Wing G319; Thomason E731_1; ESTC R202124 96,485 112 View Text
A61073 Prison-pietie, or, Meditations divine and moral digested into poetical heads, on mixt and various subjects : whereunto is added a panegyrick to the right reverend, and most nobly descended, Henry Lord Bishop of London / by Samuel Speed ... Speed, Samuel, 1631-1682.; Herbert, George, 1593-1633.; Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644. 1677 (1677) Wing S4902; ESTC R1711 99,936 245 View Text
A32695 The harmony of natural and positive divine laws Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. 1682 (1682) Wing C3674; ESTC R19926 100,936 250 View Text
A19803 The wonderfull vvoorkmanship of the world wherin is conteined an excellent discourse of Christian naturall philosophie, concernyng the fourme, knowledge, and vse of all thinges created: specially gathered out of the fountaines of holy Scripture, by Lambertus Danæus: and now Englished, by T.T.; Physica Christiana. English Daneau, Lambert, ca. 1530-1595?; Twyne, Thomas, 1543-1613. 1578 (1578) STC 6231; ESTC S105155 101,325 186 View Text
A63266 An apology for the non-conformists shewing their reasons, both for their not conforming, and for their preaching publickly, though forbidden by law : with an answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon, and his defence of it, so much as concerneth the non-conformists preaching / by John Troughton ... Troughton, John, 1637?-1681. 1681 (1681) Wing T2312; ESTC R1706 102,506 125 View Text
A78070 The little Bible of the man or the Book of God opened in man by the power of the Lamb. Wherein God is the spirit or inside of the book, and man the letter or out-side of it. In whom, as in a glass, you may both behold the spirit and letter of the holy Scriptures in the new man; fulfilled and explained from Genesis to Jeremiah. This is the first volume of Gods Book in man. Written by a weak instrument of the Lords, Capt. T. Butler. Butler, Thomas, Captain. 1649 (1649) Wing B6339; Thomason E1260_2; ESTC R208898 105,337 331 View Text
A64897 God in the mount, or, Englands remembrancer being a panegyrich piramides, erected to the everlasitng high honour of Englands God, in the most gratefull commemoration of al the miraculous Parliamentarie, mercies wherein God hath been admirably seen in the mount of deliverance, in the extreme depth of Englands designed destruction, in her years of jubile, 1641 and 1642 / by ... John Vicars. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1642 (1642) Wing V308; ESTC R4132 108,833 120 View Text
A41505 A discourse about ceremonies, church-government and liturgy humbly offered to the consideration of the convocation / by J.G.G. Gailhard, J. (Jean) 1696 (1696) Wing G120; ESTC R25091 108,929 160 View Text
A86328 The foundation of the font discovered to the view of all that desire to behold it. And, the baptizing of men and women when they believe (in rivers and fountains) proved to be a standing ordinance in the Church of Cchrist to the end of the world; by plain Scripture-proof. In answer to Mr. Cook's Font uncovered, for infant-baptism; and Mr. Baxter's Plain Scripture-proof for infants church-membership and baptism. With a word sometimes upon occasion to Mr. Hall's Font-guarded; which is more fully answered by Thomas Collyer. By Henry Haggar, a servant of Christ, and the congregations of his saints. Haggar, Henry. 1653 (1653) Wing H186; Thomason E711_1; ESTC R207114 109,478 143 View Text