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|A60816||Some observations upon the tickling querie (viz.) whether the admitting of a popish successor be the best way to preserve the Protestant religion, with other passages touching the history of the succession and other pamphlets / by a gentleman in the countrey to his friend in London.||Gentleman in the countrey.||1681 (1681)||Wing S4542; ESTC R17822||8,836||10||View Text|
|A94303||Moderation iustified, and the Lords being at hand emproved, in a sermon at VVestminster before the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament: preached at the late solemne fast, December 25. 1644. By Thomas Thorowgood B. of D. Rector of Grimston in the county of Norfolke: one of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order from that House.||Thorowgood, Thomas, d. ca. 1669.||1644 (1644)||Wing T1069; Thomason E23_6||31,603||39||View Text|
|A80408||Redintegratio amoris, or A union of hearts, between the Kings most excellent Majesty, the Right Honorable the Lords and Commons in Parliament, His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Army under his command; the Assembly, and every honest man that desires a sound and durable peace, accompanied with speedy justice and piety. By way of respective apologies, so far as Scripture and reason may be judges. / By John Cook of Grayes-Inne, Barrester.||Cook, John, d. 1660.||1647 (1647)||Wing C6026; Thomason E404_29; ESTC R201862||78,816||92||View Text|
|A00901||The fall of Babylon in vsurping ecclesiastical power and offices And the miserable estate of them that pertake of her fornications.||1634 (1634)||STC 1101; ESTC S101521||80,856||100||View Text|
|A26932||Gildas Salvianus, the reformed pastor shewing the nature of the pastoral work, especially in private instruction and catechizing : with an open confession of our too open sins : prepared for a day of humiliation kept at Worcester, Decemb. 4, 1655 by the ministers of that county, who subscribed the agreement for catechizing and personal instruction at their entrance upon that work / by their unworthy fellow-servant, Richard Baxter ...||Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.||1656 (1656)||Wing B1274; ESTC R209214||317,338||576||View Text|