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A28898 A warning from the Lord God to the inhabitants of the town and county of Warwick that they may repent and turn to the Lord with their whole hearts before it be too late. Bourne, Edward, d. 1708. 1661 (1661) Wing B3850; ESTC R29049 1,304 1 View Text
A33510 To the bishops and their ministers or any of them to whom this shall come ; Something by way of query which they are desired to answer in plainness and according to the Scriptures of truth Coale, Leonard.; Coale, Benjamin. 1671 (1671) Wing C4761; ESTC R29227 6,340 12 View Text
A96787 What peace to the wicked? or, An expostulatorie answer to a derisorie question, lately made concerning peace. By a free-man, though a prisoner. The author spares his name; not, that he dares not to let you know it; but, because he cares not. Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1646 (1646) Wing W3212; Thomason E510_11; ESTC R205616 6,420 9 View Text
A94830 By the Comittee for the Affairs of the poor Protestants in the valleys of Piedmont Trevor, John, Sir, d. 1673.; Hartman, Adam Samuel.; Cyril, Paul.; England and Wales. Committee for the Affairs of the poor Protestants in the Valleys of Piedmont. 1658 (1658) Wing T2135; Thomason E1073_2; ESTC R208249 7,083 11 View Text
A87242 A true copy of a second letter, sent from the Lord of Inchiquine to the honorable Collonell Michaell Iones commander in chiefe of the Parliaments forces in Leinster, and governor of the citty of Dublin, vvith Colonell Iones his answer, to the Lord of Inchiquines saied letter. Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674.; Jones, Michael, d. 1649. 1649 (1649) Wing I135B; ESTC R223518 7,161 20 View Text
A47314 The lybeller carracterizd [sic], or a hue and cry sent after him. Some of his works made publick: with observations thereupon Key, Leonard.; Coale, Benjamin. aut 1684 (1684) Wing K383B; ESTC R221668 7,345 8 View Text
A77833 A catechisme of the severall heads of Christian religion, gathered together in question and answer, it being intended onely for private use, but now published for the good and benefit of others, by the importunitie of some friends. By Dorothy Burch, living at Stroud in Kent. Burch, Dorothy. 1646 (1646) Wing B5612; Thomason E1186_12; ESTC R204940 8,305 24 View Text
A08185 Monodia or Walthams complaint vpon the death of that most vertuous and noble ladie, late deceased, the Lady Honor Hay, sole daughter and heire to the Right Honorable Edward, Lord Dennie, Baron of Waltham, and wife to the Right Honourable Iames Lord Hay. By R.N. Oxon. Niccols, Richard, 1584-1616. 1615 (1615) STC 18523; ESTC S110161 9,043 30 View Text
A92720 Scotlands alarme. Or, Some considerations tending to demonstrate the necessitie of our speedie marching to the assistance of our brethren in England, notwithstanding all difficulties and necessities, reall or pretended. Together, with a letter dated at Edinburgh, Novemb. the 29. 1643. Wherein is given full satisfaction to all men who desire to know the reasons why the Scots Army is not yet advanced into England. 1643 (1643) Wing S2015; Thomason E77_5; ESTC R21030 9,618 16 View Text
A81897 The Parliaments commission: delivered in a sermon, upon Nehemiah chap. 2 vers. 19, 20. / By J. Durham. Durham, James, 1622-1658. 1643 (1643) Wing D2821; Thomason E246_10; ESTC R3805 10,053 8 View Text
A56001 False fictions and romances rebuked in answer to pretended matter charged against the Quaker, in a book, intituled, The progress of sin, &c. written by B. K. His lies and slanders therein returned back upon him, and the speakers of yea and nay in truth vindicated. By James Park. Parke, James, 1636-1696. 1684 (1684) Wing P367; ESTC R216931 10,814 17 View Text
A47050 The grand case of subjection to the higher powers in matters of religion resolved to which is added an appendix to a late book intituled A plea for liberty of conscience, wherein the kings supream power in ecclesiastical matters is asserted ... / by James Jones, a Protestant-dissenter, and now a prisoner in Woodstreet-compter for nonconformity. Jones, James, fl. 1683-1684. 1684 (1684) Wing J956A; ESTC R36209 11,281 12 View Text
A67769 The seduced soul reduced and rescued from the subtilty and slavery of Satan ... by R. Junius ... Younge, Richard. 1660 (1660) Wing Y181; ESTC R34120 11,402 12 View Text
A66601 A seasonable question, in a sermon on Joshua 5.13 preacht on the 18th of June at Kingsnoth ... and on the 27th of July at St. Peters Cornhill, London, by Timothy Wilson ... Wilson, Timothy, 1642-1705. 1690 (1690) Wing W2951; ESTC R38145 11,705 37 View Text
A93412 A testimony for the truth and against deceit and deceivers with a reproof unto those who are not faithful to the truth which they are convinced of / By Stephen Smith. Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. 1668 (1668) Wing S4215; ESTC R184378 12,419 15 View Text
A03634 [An homelye to be read in the tyme of pestylence] Hooper, John, d. 1555. 1553 (1553) STC 13759; ESTC S118879 13,006 36 View Text
A61419 An appeal to heaven and earth, against the Christian Epicureans, who have betrayed their king and countrey, and exposed them to the judgments of God drawn up in questions theological, and theologico-political/ by Socrates Christianus. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1691 (1691) Wing S5419; ESTC R8220 13,491 20 View Text
A05633 A more full answer of John Bastwick, Dr. of Phisick made to the former exceptions newly propounded by another wellwiller to him, against some expressions in his Letany, with his reasons for the printing of it. All set downe as more articles superadditionall vpon superadditionall, against the prelats. This is to follow the Letany as a fourth part of it.; Litany. Part 4 Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. 1637 (1637) STC 1575; ESTC S104510 13,880 12 View Text
A46828 The magistrate's duty in a sermon, preached at Saint Crux in the city of York, on Sunday, August the 16th, immediatly after the reception of the charter, and the swearing of the Lord Mayor and Alderman / by Chr. Jackson ... Jackson, Christopher, 1638-1701. 1685 (1685) Wing J68; ESTC R22682 14,480 34 View Text
A84771 Concerning good-morrow, and good-even; the worlds customs: but by the light which into the world is come, by it made manifest to all who be in the darkness. G.F. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1657 (1657) Wing F1766; Thomason E910_13; ESTC R207522 14,726 18 View Text
A29373 A sermon preached unto the voluntiers of the city of Norwich and also to the voluntiers of Great Yarmovth in Norfolke by William Bridge ... Bridge, William, 1600?-1670. 1642 (1642) Wing B4466; ESTC R12276 14,881 24 View Text
A57354 A sermon preach'd at the Cathedral of Norwich upon the annual solemnity of the Mayors admission to his office, being June 17, 1679 by B. Rively ... Riveley, Benedict, 1627 or 8-1695. 1679 (1679) Wing R1549; ESTC R428 15,315 42 View Text
A65741 Thysia 'aineseōs, or A thank-offering to the Lord for the happy recal of our dread soveraign Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. to his kingdoms and people. God save King Charles the II. White, Henry, 1593 or 4-1661. 1660 (1660) Wing W1771A; ESTC R219453 15,508 23 View Text
A06051 A letter written by Mr. Paul Bayne, minister of Gods word, lately deceased. Effectually instructing, and earnestly prouoking to true repentance, loue, and new obedience. Very profitable for euery one that would proceede on in the constant course of a godly life, shewing the way vnto it, and seriously exciting vnto more perfection therein Baynes, Paul, d. 1617. 1617 (1617) STC 1645; ESTC S113834 16,563 94 View Text
A27250 An alarum to London, or, The famous London's blowing up by Londoners sounded, not to fire their buildings, but to quench their burnings : in a letter to Major Generall Browne. Beech, William. 1650 (1650) Wing B1679A; ESTC R14294 16,737 22 View Text
A91007 The priests routed in their front-guard of tythes. Or an answer to a paper brought in Mr. Naltons name (teacher of Leonard Fosterlane) to some of the inhabitants of that place. Intituled the dreadfull danger of sacriledge, the with-holding of tythes,&c. A true copy whereof is herewith printed. By the shoemaker of Martins Legrand. Nalton, James, 1600-1662. 1652 (1652) Wing P3453; Thomason E683_6; ESTC R206808 17,657 23 View Text
A69013 A sermon preached at Hampton Court before the Kings Maiestie, on Tuesday the 23. of September, anno 1606. By Iohn Buckeridge, D. of Diuinitie Buckeridge, John, 1562?-1631. 1606 (1606) STC 4002.5; ESTC S118735 17,733 45 View Text
A03444 A sermon preached at Saint Buttolphs neare Aldersgate, the 26. of Februarie, 1609. By William Holbrooke. Entitled No gaine to this Holbrooke, William. 1609 (1609) STC 13565; ESTC S119074 19,867 57 View Text
A37722 Baptismes in their verity: or, The baptisme of John, and the baptisme of Christ what they are in truth, as they are described in the scriptures of truth. And of what necessitie they are unto salvation. In a plain and brief manner herein declared. By one of the most unworthy servants of Christ, J.E. J. E. 1648 (1648) Wing E13A; ESTC R215328 20,684 42 View Text
A04859 The straight gate to heauen A sermon preached before the poore distressed prisoners in the Kings Bench common gaole, to their heauenly comfort. By William King preacher of the word of God.; Straight gate to heaven. King, William, preacher of the word of God. 1617 (1617) STC 14997.7; ESTC S106997 20,884 50 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
A30533 A message for instruction to all the rulers, judges, and magistrates to whom the law is committed shewing what just government is, and how far the magisrates power reacheth, and what the sword of justice is to cut down, and what it is to defend ... / E.B. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1658 (1658) Wing B6013; ESTC R25317 21,754 32 View Text
A54418 A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margarets Westminster, Nov. 7 being the fast-day appointed for the plague of pestilence / by Richard Perrinchief. Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. 1666 (1666) Wing P1606; ESTC R18375 21,998 62 View Text
A97266 Self-examination with the likeliest means of conversion and salvation, or, haypy [sic] and welcome advice, if it meets with a soul ingenious : the which being thought (by many) worth the transcribing, at no small charge, is now published for the good of all / by R. Junius. Younge, Richard. 1663 (1663) Wing Y181A; ESTC R43839 23,147 32 View Text
A50959 A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes shewing that it is not lawfull for any power on earth to compell in matters of religion / the author, J.M. Milton, John, 1608-1674. 1659 (1659) Wing M2185; ESTC R13133 23,223 97 View Text
A62157 Some queries proposed, to the monethly meeting of the Quakers at Aberdeen; the sixth day of June, 1700. By Robert Sandilands With their answers thereto; together with some remarks thereupon. Published by authority. To which is prefixed a letter from George Keith, sent to the Quakers in Aberdeen, containing a very serious and Christian expostulation with his old friends, &c. Sandilands, Robert.; Keith, George, 1639?-1716. aut 1700 (1700) Wing S663; ESTC R220626 23,403 36 View Text
A89588 A thanksgiving sermon: preached to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior, aldermen, and Common Councell of the Citie of London, upon occasion of the many late and signall victories, and deliverances vouchsafed to the Parliaments forces, in Pauls Church London, July 28. 1648. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex. Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. 1648 (1648) Wing M791; Thomason E455_2; ESTC R205009 23,539 38 View Text
A75431 An answer to the letter directed to the author of Jus Populi by a Friend of the authors. 1671 (1671) Wing A3415; ESTC R231777 24,152 42 View Text
A26754 Unity stated the only means to it assign'd and argu'd, together with the motives pressing it : in a sermon before the worshipful Company of Salters, Lond. in St. Swithin's Church, Sept. 1683 / by William Basset ... Basset, William, 1644-1695. 1683 (1683) Wing B1054; ESTC R14462 24,167 42 View Text
A02837 The equall vvayes of God tending to the rectifying of the crooked wayes of man. The passages whereof are briefly and clearly drawne from the sacred Scriptures. By T.H. Hayne, Thomas, 1582-1645. 1632 (1632) STC 12976; ESTC S103940 24,541 49 View Text
A02545 Holy obseruations. Lib. 1. Also some fewe of Dauids Psalmes metaphrased, for a taste of the rest. By Ios. Hall Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1607 (1607) STC 12671; ESTC S103654 25,435 209 View Text
A30545 A standard lifted up, and an ensigne held forth, to all nations shewing unto the whole world, and to all people to whom it shall come, by open proclamation, what the testimony of God is ... / ... Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1658 (1658) Wing B6030; ESTC R12973 25,852 37 View Text
A03759 A short exposition of the 20. and 21. verses of the third chapter of the first epistle of S. Iohn Containing a very profitable discourse of conscience, and of al the actions, sortes, and kinds thereof, wherby euery man may easily know his estate, wherein hee standeth in the sight of his God, and whether his conscience be good or euill, with all things also belonging either to get a good conscience, or else to releiue it out of trouble, being grieued and wounded, as in the epistle to the reader is more specially mentioned, and in the discourse itselfe clearely expressed. Howesoun, John. 1600 (1600) STC 13878; ESTC S116556 26,751 68 View Text
A29602 A clear voice of truth sounded forth, and as an ensign lifted up and displayed in answer to the proceedings of the Christians by name in Asia, by way of controversie and expostulation : together with savoury and wholesome admonishments, which may become of good use and profitable to all that read with a single eye, and understand with an upright heart : also the same somewhat tends by way of gentle reproof to their hasty and inequitable proceedings against the innocent servants, messengers and living witnesses of the living and true God : yet with tendernesse of an upright heart and spirit (not onely of a free born English-man, but also of a true Christian) from the same hand its principally directed to the Lord Embassasdor (so called) in Constantinople, and to the English Company of Merchants and Factors in Smyrna, with somewhat to the merchants in Genoa, tendred again by way of visitation, and that from God, for them and others in Italy to consider and not reject to their own hurt. D. B. (Daniel Baker), fl. 1650-1660. 1662 (1662) Wing B482; ESTC R22863 27,445 38 View Text
A02184 Two learned and godly sermons, preached by that reuerende and zelous man M. Richard Greenham: on these partes of scripture folowing. The first sermon on this text. A good name is to be desired aboue great riches, and louing fauour aboue siluer and golde. Pro. 22, I. The second sermon on this text. Quench not the spirit. I. Thessa. 5, 19 Greenham, Richard. 1595 (1595) STC 12325; ESTC S115658 28,254 92 View Text
A87143 Peace and not warre: or The moderator. Truly, but yet plainly, stating the case of the Common-VVealth, as to several of the considerable councils & transactions from the year 1636. to 1659. By John Harris, Gent. An affectionate lover of his countryes peace. Harris, John, Gent. 1659 (1659) Wing H859; Thomason E1000_25; ESTC R202581 28,992 53 View Text
A02039 The tree of good and euill: or A profitable and familiar exposition of the Commandements directing vs in the whole course of our life, according to the rule of Gods Word, whereby we must bee iudged at the last day. By Thomss [sic] Granger preacher of Gods Word. Granger, Thomas, b. 1578. 1616 (1616) STC 12185; ESTC S117974 29,110 94 View Text
A17590 A sermon preached before the right honorable Earle of Darbie, and diuers others assembled in his honors chappell at Newparke in Lankashire, the second of Ianuarie. Anno humanæ salut, 1577 Caldwell, John, parson of Winwick. 1577 (1577) STC 4367; ESTC S107405 29,430 86 View Text
A05380 Heauen and earth, religion and policy. Or, The maine difference betweene religion and policy. Written by C.L. Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. 1608 (1608) STC 15536; ESTC S108517 29,500 128 View Text
A77114 Jus poli et fori or, God and the King. Judging for right against might. As it was delivered in a sermon before the honourable His Majesties judges of assize in the cathedrall church of Lincolne, Septem. 10. 1660. / By Edward Boteler, sometimes fellow of St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in Cambridge, and now rector of Wintringham in the county of Lincolne. Boteler, Edward, d. 1670. 1661 (1661) Wing B3802; Thomason E1813_1; ESTC R209777 30,183 78 View Text
A92776 The head of the church, the iudge of the vvorld. Or, The doctrine of the day of iudgement briefely opened and applyed in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable, the House of Peers; in the Abby-Church at Westminster, on a publike fast day, Ian. 27. 1646. By Lazarus Seaman Preacher at Allhallowes Breadstreat London. One of the Assembly of Divines. Seaman, Lazarus, d. 1675. 1647 (1647) Wing S2176; Thomason E372_11; ESTC R201316 30,329 46 View Text
A12696 The Christians map of the world drawne at the solmne funerals of M. Henry Chitting Esquire, Chester-Herauld at Armes, interred Ianuary 11, Anno Domini 1637. By Edward Sparke Master in Arts, and preacher at St. Mary Islington. Sparke, Edward, d. 1692. 1637 (1637) STC 23015; ESTC S101711 31,652 60 View Text
A45517 The key of sacred scripture, and, leading to it first, an answer to some objections given to the author, by a person of great learning and piety : wherein many mistakes, by which most professors wound themselves, and strengthen the hands of the churche's adversaries, are clearly discovered, and the more invincible weapons of truth inviolable (tending effectually to refel errors, and reform manners) are tendred to them / by Tho. Harby. Harby, Thomas. 1679 (1679) Wing H683; ESTC R20417 31,658 56 View Text
A35352 Sentences for children, English and Latine collected out of sundry authors long since / by Leonard Culman ; and now translated into English by Charles Hoole, for the first enterers into Latin.; Sententiae pueriles anglo-latinae. English Culmann, Leonhard, 1498?-1562.; Hoole, Charles, 1610-1667. 1658 (1658) Wing C7476; ESTC R22504 32,428 91 View Text
A13866 An expositio[n] of the .4. chap. of S. Joans Reuelation made by Bar. Traheron, in sondrie readinges before his countre men in Germanie. Where in the prouide[n]ce of God is treated with an annswer made to the obiection of a gentle aduersarie; Exposition of the .4. chap. of S. Joans Revelation. Traheron, Bartholomew, 1510?-1558? 1558 (1558) STC 24170; ESTC S105348 32,820 74 View Text
A29125 A compendious answer to a book called A brief survay of the judgement of Mr. John Goodvvin, and the Church of God walking with him, touching their reasons of dissenting from many of their brethren, in these imprtant heads of doctrine; 1. Election and reprobation. 2. The death of Christ. 3. The grace of God in and about conversion. 4. The liberty or power of the will, or of the creature man. 5. The perseverance of the saints. VVherein the absurdities of all their dissenting doctrines are clearly exhibited, by a loving friend to the truth it self, Ellis Bradshaw. Bradshaw, Ellis. 1652 (1652) Wing B4139A; ESTC R212996 33,087 46 View Text
A43819 The season for Englands selfe-reflection and advancing temple-vvork discovered in a sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament at Margarets Westminster, Aug. 13, 1644, being an extraordinary day of humiliation / by Thomas Hill ... Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. 1644 (1644) Wing H2027; ESTC R2603 33,390 45 View Text
A20412 Milke for babes The English catechisme, set downe in the Common-Prayer Booke, breifly explaned for the private vse of the younger and more vnlearned sort of his parishioners of Apleton, in the county of Berks: By W.D. Dickinson, William, b. 1584 or 5. 1628 (1628) STC 6822; ESTC S118600 33,759 48 View Text
A52043 Meroz cursed, or, A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons, at their late solemn fast, Febr. 23, 1641 by Stephen Marshall ... Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. 1641 (1641) Wing M762; ESTC R19516 35,043 59 View Text
A33618 Cardan his Three books of consolation English'd ...; De consolatione. English Cardano, Girolamo, 1501-1576. 1683 (1683) Wing C490; ESTC R13031 35,955 168 View Text
A19595 The declaration of Mr. Patrik Crawfurd his returne from poperie to the true religion, which is according to the Word of God, in holie Scripture Crawfurd, Patrick. 1627 (1627) STC 6032; ESTC S117118 36,279 66 View Text
A69227 A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the sixt of February. 1596 In which are discussed these three conclusions. 1 It is not the will of God that all men should be saued. 2 The absolute will of God, and his secret decree from all eternitie is the cause why some are predestined to saluation, others to destruction, and not any foresight of faith, or good workes in the one, or infidelitie, neglect, or contempt in the other. 3 Christ died not effectually for all. By Iohn Doue, Doctor of Diuinitie. Dove, John, 1560 or 61-1618. 1597 (1597) STC 7087; ESTC S111946 36,520 88 View Text
A03260 A consolatorie epistle to the afflicted catholikes, set foorth by Thomas Hide Priest Hide, Thomas, 1524-1597. 1579 (1579) STC 13376; ESTC S118132 36,634 140 View Text
A44070 The creatures goodness, as they came out of God's hands, and the good mans mercy to the brute creatures, which God hath put under his feet in two sermons : the first preached before the University of Oxford : the second at the lecture at Brackley / by Thomas Hodges ... Hodges, Thomas, d. 1688. 1675 (1675) Wing H2319; ESTC R17986 37,570 50 View Text
A15502 Selfe deniall: or, A Christians hardest taske. Written by Christopher Wilson; preacher of the Word of God, &c. Wilson, Christopher, 1579 or 80-1624. 1625 (1625) STC 25767; ESTC S120182 37,902 86 View Text
A16740 Diuine considerations of the soule concerning the excellencie of God, and the vilenesse of man. Verie necessarie and profitable for euerie true Christian seriously looke into. By N.B. G. Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1608 (1608) STC 3647; ESTC S116485 38,586 191 View Text
A88645 The practice of godlines or brief rules directing Christians how to keep their hearts in a constant holy frame, and how to order their conversation aright. With an addition concerning self-examination, and the nature of faith. / By Henry Lukin minister of the gospel. Lukin, H. (Henry), 1628-1719. 1659 (1659) Wing L3479; Thomason E2107_2; ESTC R210051 38,795 129 View Text
A86663 The cause of stumbling removed from all that will receive the truth; and from before the eyes of the wise men of London: in a treatise shewing the difference between the spirit of a man which is the candle of the Lord, and the light which hath enlightned every man that cometh into the world. Also shewing ... there is not diversity of lights and spirits, by which they are ministred ... Herein also is a false hosanna, and a false testimony reproved ... the name of him which hath so long travell'd to bring forth wind and confusion, is one known in the city of London by the name of Iohn Iackson ... that so ... understanding and knowledge of the truth may be increased, in those that follow on to know the Lord. Given forth from the Lords servant, Richard Hubberthorne. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662.; Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1657 (1657) Wing H3222; Thomason E929_5; ESTC R202544 39,439 35 View Text
A95617 Christ's government in and over his people. Delivered in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, at their late publick and solemne fast, Octob. 26. 1642. / By Thomas Temple D.D. and minister of the Church of Battersea in Surrey. Published by order of that House. Temple, Thomas, d. 1661.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. aut 1642 (1642) Wing T634; Thomason E127_37; ESTC R4760 39,793 55 View Text
B06542 A brief, and plain apology written by John Wheelwright: wherein he doth vindicate himself, from al [sic] those errors, heresies, and flagitious crimes, layed to his charge by Mr. Thomas Weld, in his short story, and further fastened upon him, by Mr. Samuel Rutherford in his survey of antinomianisme. Wherein free grace is maintained in three propositions, and four thesis [sic] ... Wheelwright, John, 1594-1679. 1658 (1658) Wing W1604; ESTC R186427 40,565 36 View Text
A11882 A sermon against halting betweene two opinions preached at S. Martins in the fields, By Iohn Seller, Bacheler in Diuinitie Seller, John, 1592 or 3-1648. 1611 (1611) STC 22182; ESTC S113727 40,787 61 View Text
A81734 The Quakers folly made manifest to all men: or a true relation of what passed in three disputations at Sandwich, April, 12, 13, 19, 1659. between three Quakers, and a minister, viz. Mr. Samuel Fisher, George Whithead, Richard Hubberthorn, and Thomas Danson wherein many popish tenents were by them maintained, and by him refuted. Occasioned by an imperfect and (in many things) false relation of the said disputations, published by R. Hubberthorn, one of the three Quakers, which said relation is also censur'd and amended. Together with a brief narrative of some remarkable passages. / By Tho. Danson, late fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxon, and now minister of the Gospel at Sandwich in Kent. Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. 1659 (1659) Wing D215; Thomason E2255_3; ESTC R34492 40,882 71 View Text
A14853 The araignement of an vnruly tongue Wherein the faults of an euill tongue are opened, the danger discouered, the remedies prescribed, for the taming of a bad tongue, the right ordering of the tongue, and the pacifying of a troubled minde against the wrongs of an euill tongue. By George Web, preacher of Gods word at Stepleashton in Wiltshire. Webbe, George, 1581-1642. 1619 (1619) STC 25156; ESTC S102125 41,207 214 View Text
A11823 Tvvo sermons, upon that great embassie of our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christ recorded by his Euangelist, Saint Matthew, Chap. 10.V.16. Preached by Iohn Scull, an humble professor and minister of the word. Scull, John, minister of the word. 1624 (1624) STC 22123; ESTC S114766 41,503 56 View Text
A94096 Manifest truth: or An inversion of truth's manifest Containing, a vindication of a Church of Christ in their proceedings on March the 8. 1657, against Mrs Mary Allein, from the false and injurious aspersions of her husband Mr. Toby Allein. By Lewis Stucley, pastor of a congregation in Exeter. Stuckley, Lewis, 1621 or 2-1687. 1658 (1658) Wing S6090; ESTC R230380 41,764 60 View Text
A27257 Poems, divine and humane by Thomas Beedome. Beedome, Thomas, d. 1641?; Glapthorne, Henry. 1641 (1641) Wing B1689; ESTC R22901 41,767 124 View Text
A40752 A Further narrative of the passages of these times in the Common-wealth of England an act for renouncing and disanulling the pretended title of Charls Stuart, and for the taking away of the Court of Wards and Liveries, the judgment ... against James Naylor the Quaker : with the triall of Miles Sundercombe ... 1658 (1658) Wing F2560A; ESTC R38753 41,953 62 View Text
A64668 VVits fancies, or, Choice observations and essayes collected out of divine, political, philosophical, military and historical authors / by John Ufflet ... Ufflet, John, b. 1603. 1659 (1659) Wing U20; ESTC R8998 43,009 138 View Text
A88565 Illumination to Sion Colledge. Wherein, their calling to the Ministery (the foundation whereof not being built upon Christ) is dissipated, their arrogancy hereupon manifested, the extent of magistrates power in generall defined; the execution of the late King, and the seculusion of the late members of Parliament farther justified; the former declarations of Parliament and Scriptures which they cite, explained; their objections from the Covenant, removed in the grammaticall sense thereof; and the Parliament and Army from their aspersions in all vindicated. Being for answer, to the representation of their judgments, in a letter to the Generall, January 18. last: serves also to their vindication: and in part to a pamphlet intituled, Essex Watchmens watch-word: likewise in effect to a later libell (supposed Mr. Loves, intituled, A vindication of the ministers from the aspersions (alias the Etymologies) of Mr. Price, in his Clerico Classicum, &c. To which latter pamphlet, is annexed a briefe answer to what is not so fully hinted in that to the Ministers. / By J.L. as cordiall and fervent a thirster after the nations prosperity, as any. J. L. 1649 (1649) Wing L31; Thomason E558_4; ESTC R205842 44,054 37 View Text
A03336 A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the third of March, 1610. By Theophilus Higgons. In testimony of his heartie reunion with the Church of England, and humble submission thereunto. Published by command Higgons, Theophilus, 1578?-1659. 1611 (1611) STC 13456; ESTC S104096 44,137 62 View Text
A36551 A synopsis of Quakerism, or, A collection of the fundamental errors of the Quakers whereof these are a taste, viz. 1. That there are not three persons in the God-head, 2. That Christ did not make satisfaction for the sin of man, 3. That justification is not by imputed righteousness, 4. That our good works are the meritorious cause of our justification, 5. That a state of freedom from sin, is attainable in this life, 6. That there is a light in every man, sufficient to guide him to salvation, 7. That the Scripture is not the word of God, nor a standing rule of faith and life, 8. That there is no resurrection in the body, 9. That there's no need nor use of ordinances, baptisme, Lords Supper, &c. : collected out of their printed books : with a brief refutation of their most material arguments, (and particularly, W. Pens, in his late Sandy foundation shaken) and an essay towards the establishment of private Christians, in the truths opposed by those errors / by Tho. Danson ... Danson, Thomas, d. 1694. 1668 (1668) Wing D218; ESTC R8704 44,296 95 View Text
A51992 Letters to a sick friend containing such observations as may render the use of remedies effectual towards the removal of sickness, and preservation of health. By J. M. Marlow, John, 1648-1695. 1682 (1682) Wing M691A; ESTC R217455 44,444 169 View Text
A43995 Humane nature, or, The fundamental elements of policy being a discovery of the faculties, acts, and passions of the soul of man from their original causes, according to such philosophical principles as are not commonly known or asserted / by Tho. Hobbs. Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679. 1684 (1684) Wing H2244; ESTC R27431 44,473 106 View Text
A53932 Sound doctrine, or, The doctrine of the Gospel about the extent of the death of Christ being a reply to Mr. Paul Hobson's pretended answer to the author's Fourteen queries and ten absurdities : with a brief and methodicall compendium of the doctrine of the Holy Scriptures ... : also of election and reprobation ... : whereunto is added the fourteen queries and ten absurdities pretended to be answered by Mr. Paul Hobson, but are wholly omitted in his book. W. P. (William Pedelsden); Hobson, Paul. 1657 (1657) Wing P1046; ESTC R30088 45,061 64 View Text
A06524 A treatise, touching the libertie of a Christian. Written in Latin by Doctor Martine Luther. And translated into English by Iames Bell; Von der Freiheit eines Christenmenschen. English Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.; Bell, James, fl. 1551-1596.; Leo X, Pope, 1475-1521. 1579 (1579) STC 16996; ESTC S108948 46,058 126 View Text
A03296 An instruction how to pray and meditate well Distinguished into thirtie six chapters. Composed at the request of certaine louers of pietie, desirous to aduance themselues in perfection. By the Reuerend Father, Ignatius Balsamo Priest of the Societie of Iesus. And translated out of French into English, by Iohn Heigham. Balsamo, Ignazio, 1543-1618.; Heigham, John, fl. 1639.; Everard, Thomas, 1560-1633. 1622 (1622) STC 1341; ESTC S112122 46,203 342 View Text
A85791 The heads of some sermons preached at Finnick, the 17 of August. 1662 By Mr William Guthry upon Matth. 14: 24, 25, 26. Guthrie, William, 1620-1665. 1680 (1680) Wing G2275B; ESTC R228467 46,400 69 View Text
A09410 An exposition of the Lords praier in the way of catechisme By William Perkins; Perkins upon the Lords praier Perkins, William, 1558-1602. 1593 (1593) STC 19701; ESTC S113660 46,459 156 View Text
A79856 A two-fold shaking of the earth: or, an exposition on Heb. 12.26, 27 Wherein is shewed, the first shaking of the earth, seems to be meant the putting down of the late King and bishops: the later shaking, a change of the present government. And reasons given for both. Also how, and in what manner this later earth-shaking may be according to scripture-prophesie: namely, by that earth-quake, Rev. 11.13 which is likewise opened. Lastly, here are many reasons given, why it may be hoped that this present parliament will prove to be that earth-quake (or at least begin the work) whereby the good old cause will be revived, the just rights of the people restored, and the nation setled upon a lasting and durable foundation of truth and righteousness. By John Canne. Canne, John, d. 1667? 1659 (1659) Wing C443AB; ESTC R223834 46,560 139 View Text
A69089 An excellent and godly sermon most needefull for this time, wherein we liue in all securitie and sinne, to the great dishonour of God, and contempt of his holy word. Preached at Paules Crosse the xxvi. daye of October, an. 1578 by Laurence Chaderton Batcheler of Diuinitie. Chaderton, Laurence, 1536?-1640. 1578 (1578) STC 4924; ESTC S117846 46,847 118 View Text
A86581 Zion's birth-register unfolded in a sermon to the native-citizens of London. In their solemn assembly at Pauls on Thursday the VIII. of May, A.D. M.DC.LVI. / By Thomas Horton D.D. Horton, Thomas, d. 1673. 1656 (1656) Wing H2885; Thomason E490_6; ESTC R202559 47,020 75 View Text
A86336 Strength made perfect in weakness In four sermons preached by William Hickocks M.A. [Hickocks, William, fl. 1674] 1674 (1674) Wing H1918A; ESTC R230656 47,395 104 View Text
A44581 The petition and argvment of Mr. Hotham, fellow of Peter-house in Cambridge, before the Committee for Reformation of the Universities, April 10, 1651 against the masters negative voice of that colledge, and for a remedy to be granted the colledge against the usurpations of Doctor Seaman the present master, agreeable to what was granted the colledge against the usurpations of Doctor Seaman the present master, agreeable to what was granted by Parliament to the city of London, an. Dom. 1648 for the better enabling them in case of need to act as a free body without their chief officers concurrence. Hotham, Charles, 1615-1672? 1651 (1651) Wing H2897; ESTC R26808 47,840 64 View Text
A12980 The churches lamentation for the losse of the godly deliuered in a sermon, at the funerals of that truly noble, and most hopefull young gentleman, Iohn Lord Harington, Baron of Exton, Knight of the noble order of the Bath, and his Maiesties lieutenaunt of the county of Rutland, at Exton in Rutland, the last day of March 1614. Together with a patterne of piety, and the power of godlinesse expressed in his life and death, who yeelded to nature the 27. of February, 1613. when he wanted two moneths of 22 yeeres of his age. By Richard Stock, pastor of Alhallowes-Breadstreet in London. Stock, Richard, 1569?-1626. 1614 (1614) STC 23273; ESTC S117806 48,046 145 View Text
A89735 The heart of N-England rent at the blasphemies of the present generation. Or A brief tractate, concerning the doctrine of the Quakers, demonstrating the destructive nature thereof, to religion, the churches, and the state, with consideration of the remedy against it. : Occasional satisfaction to objections, and confirmation of the contrary trueth. / By John Norton ... Norton, John, 1606-1663. 1659 (1659) Wing N1318; ESTC W12678 48,692 60 View Text
A19550 A sermon of predestination preached at Saint Maries in Oxford: by Ri: Crakanthorp. Crakanthorpe, Richard, 1567-1624. 1620 (1620) STC 5980; ESTC S109016 48,771 52 View Text
A69684 The doctrine of particular unconditionate election (before time) asserted and prov'd by God's word against the Quakers, papists, and Arminians : in answer to a challenge given the author (by the Quakers) to make good (by the Scriptures of truth) the abovesaid doctrine ... / by Ja. Barry. Barry, James, fl. 1650-1702. 1700 (1700) Wing B969A; ESTC R27208 49,035 128 View Text
A92496 Natures dowrie: or The peoples native liberty asserted. By L.S. L. S. 1652 (1652) Wing S111; Thomason E668_19; ESTC R206988 50,283 65 View Text
A35885 The salvation of Protestants asserted and defended in opposition to the rash and uncharitable sentence of their eternal damnation pronounc'd against them by the Romish Church / by J.H. Dalhusius ... ; newly done into English. Dalhusius, Johannes H. (Johannes Hermanus) 1689 (1689) Wing D132; ESTC R1473 51,117 84 View Text
A48584 A treatise of election and reprobation in vindication of the universal grace and love of God to mankind by B.L. Lindley, Benjamin, d. 1723. 1700 (1700) Wing L2312; ESTC R28788 51,533 66 View Text