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A88466 By the Mayor. Whereas the Lords Day, (commonly called Sunday) is of late much broken and prophaned by diverse disorderly people, in carrying and putting to sale diverse victuals and other things: ... City of London (England). Lord Mayor.; Penington, Isaac, Sir, 1587?-1660. 1643 (1643) Wing L2878D; Thomason 669.f.7[22]; ESTC R211716 1,171 1 View Text
A86187 Certain quæries touching the rise and observation of Christmas; propounded to the consideration of all such as are zealously (but blindly) affected towards the observation of it. / To which an answer is desired and expected by Joseph Heming. Heming, Joseph. 1648 (1648) Wing H1419; Thomason E476_41; ESTC R205524 1,521 9 View Text
A78668 Certaine queries, proposed by the King, to the Lords and Commons Commisssioners from the Honourable Houses of Parliament, attending his Majesty at Holdenby, the 23 of this instant Aprill, 1647. touching the celebration of the feast of Easter. With an answer thereunto, given and presented to his Majesty by Sir James Harrington Knight and Barronet a Commissioner there. England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Harrington, James, Sir, 1607-1680.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1647 (1647) Wing C2155; Thomason E385_5; ESTC R201458 2,624 8 View Text
A45957 An invitation to a solemn day of humiliation (viz. the third day of the seventh moneth, 57.) to the Lords people in the three nations who are sensible of the great dishonour of God; and desire to approve themselves faithfull to God and his work in this day of division and apostacy. 1657 (1657) Wing I289A; ESTC R213866 2,654 1 View Text
A77915 A digest of government: together with certain additional proposals. Tendered to the consideration of all peaceable patriots. By William Ball, Esq Ball, William. 1659 (1659) Wing B588A; ESTC R231631 2,860 9 View Text
A95593 A faithful testimony for the Lord against this nation of Englands iniquity and idolatry and oppression because of which the land mourneth : being also a warning to all people to consider what they have done, and what they are a doing / [by] Laurence Taylor. Taylor, Laurence. 1675 (1675) Wing T537; ESTC R42491 2,927 1 View Text
A17855 Camelles reioindre to Churchyarde Thomas Camell. Camel, Thomas. 1552 (1552) STC 4527.4; ESTC S2995 3,100 1 View Text
A75961 Against the observation of a day in memory of Christs birth written in 1659. and now tendred to the consideration of all sober and serious persons, this present Decemb. 1660. by a reverend divine. 1660 (1660) Wing A755A; ESTC R225968 3,440 8 View Text
A84174 The declaration and standard of the levellers of England; delivered in a speech to his Excellency the Lord Gen. Fairfax, on Friday last at White-Hall, by Mr. Everard, a late member of the Army, and his prophesie in reference thereunto; shewing what will befall the nobility and gentry of this nation, by their submitting to community; with their invitation and promise unto the people, and their proceedings in Windsor Park, Oatlands Park, and severall other places; also, the examination and confession of the said Mr. Everard before his Excellency, the manner of his deportment with his hat on, and his severall speeches and expressions, when he was commanded to put it off. Together with a list of the severall regiments of horse and foot that have cast lots to go for Ireland. 1649 (1649) Wing E3544; Thomason E551_11; ESTC R205689 3,615 11 View Text
B01813 An account and testimony of Samuel Browne, concerning his dear mother Sarah Browne, widow, who departed this life at his house in Leicester the 30th of the 9th month, 1693. Browne, Samuel. 1693 (1693) Wing B5149; ESTC R170844 3,883 22 View Text
A79487 A Christian plea against Chrismass and an out-cry against Chrismas-mongers. Chidley, Samuel. 1656 (1656) Wing C3834C; ESTC R173825 3,966 8 View Text
A85504 A true relation out of Ireland, of all the passages, and overthrowes given to the rebels, from the 1 of Iune untill the 10 of July, 1642. Sent in a letter from Captaine Iohn Gower, and ordered to be printed. Gower, John, 17th cent. 1642 (1642) Wing G1461; Thomason E107_8; ESTC R20272 4,042 8 View Text
A37602 An act touching marriages and the registring thereof, and also touching births and burials England and Wales. 1653 (1653) Wing E1157; ESTC R209401 4,075 12 View Text
A65907 This to the King and his councel something in answer to an order made by the House of Lords for the breaking up of the meetings of the people of God in scorn called Quakers ... Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. 1660 (1660) Wing W1983; ESTC R20705 4,184 10 View Text
A54274 This following is a copy of a letter I sent to George Fox, the 3d day of the month called August, 1671 only the words in the margent, and at the lower end I have added, who are required thus to publish it. Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. 1671 (1671) Wing P1422; ESTC R33382 4,795 1 View Text
B20877 A declaration of the people of God in scorn called Quakers, to all magistrates and people. Crook, John, 1617-1699. 1659 (1659) Wing C7201; Interim Tract Supplement Guide 855.f.3[43]; ESTC R202165 5,420 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
A78632 Cains off-spring demonstrated, as by their works they are discovered in a bitter persecution against the Lords people at Newark Upon Trent, in the county of Nottingham: being here truly related as it was suffered and executed at two several meetings. / Published for the truths sake, by those whom the proud in heart calls Quakers. 1659 (1659) Wing C209; ESTC R229339 6,498 8 View Text
B03394 A short testimony concerning Catherine Allardes, late wife to Iohn Fullertoune of Kinnebar who departed this life, the last day of the last moneth called February, anno 1670. Fullerton, John, of Kinnebar, fl. 1671. 1671 (1671) Wing F2494; ESTC R177344 6,709 16 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
A77554 Now heare this all yee persecuting rulers, preists [sic], and magistrates throughout the world. Woe, woe, terror, terror, and feirce [sic] indignation from the Lord God, even the true testimony written in this book, / by the servant of the Lord Daniel Baker. D. B. (Daniel Baker), fl. 1650-1660.; Bache, Humphrey. 1659 (1659) Wing B482C; ESTC R170425 6,824 8 View Text
A33395 A Clear proof of the certainty and usefulness of the Protestant rule of faith Scripture, after the help of ministerial guides, finally interpreted by each men's private sense / published with allowance. 1688 (1688) Wing C4620; ESTC R35645 8,105 14 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
A29612 The prophet approved by the words of his prophesie coming to passe being a declaration of the message which Daniel Baker received from the Lord to the Parliament ... met together the 6th day of this 8th month in the place falsely called Christ-Church in London, which day was set apart for thanksgiving, but proved a day of persecution and voluptuous feasting to the grief of Gods spirit : also a letter from Daniel Baker to the mayor and recorder of London / published by Thomas Hart. D. B. (Daniel Baker), fl. 1650-1660.; Hart, Thomas, 1629-1704. 1659 (1659) Wing B484; ESTC R9326 8,222 8 View Text
B02946 An act for the better observation of the Lords-Day. At the Parliament begun at Westminster, the seventeenth day of Septemb. An. Dom. 1656. England and Wales. Parliament. 1657 (1657) Wing E1094C; ESTC R176082 8,292 16 View Text
B03450 The Christianity of the people called Quakers asserted, by George Keith: in answer to a sheet, called, A serious call to the Quakers, &c. Attested by eight priests of the Church of England ... and affirmed by George Keith, or the new sworn deacon. Field, John, 1652-1723. 1700 (1700) Wing F861B; ESTC R177039 9,400 1 View Text
A91008 The priests wickednesse and cruelty, laid open, and made manifest, by Priest Smith of Cressedge, persecuting the servants of the Lord, whose outward dwellings is in and about Shrewsbury. As also, the proceedings of Judge Nicholas, and the Court of Justice, so called, against them so persecuted by the priest, at the last generall assizes holden at Bridgenorth for the county of Salop. Together, with some queries, to the priests. Overton, Constantine, d. 1687. 1657 (1657) Wing P3454; Thomason E910_4; ESTC R207503 9,613 16 View Text
A47175 A serious call to the Quakers inviting them to return to Christianity Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1700 (1700) Wing K206; ESTC R221353 9,686 4 View Text
A90524 The Persecution of them people they call Quakers, in several places in Lanchashire [sic]. Addamson, William, 17th cent. 1656 (1656) Wing P1660A; Thomason E868_10; ESTC R207720 10,128 15 View Text
A77495 Calendar-reformation. Or, An humble addresse to the Right Honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, touching the dayes and moneths, that they may be taught to speak such a language as may become the mouth of a Christian. / By I.B. Brinsley, John, fl. 1581-1624. 1648 (1648) Wing B4709; Thomason E433_22; ESTC R206204 10,165 15 View Text
A26351 The Persecution of them people they call Quakers in several places in Lanchashire Holme, Thomas, d. 1695.; Fell, Leonard, 1624-1700 or 1701.; Addamson, William, 17th cent. 1656 (1656) Wing A502; Wing P1661; ESTC R15214 10,243 15 View Text
B04600 Observations on the last Dutch wars, in the years 1672 and 1673. with some reflections upon the city and country. 1679 (1679) Wing O104; ESTC R219204 10,666 15 View Text
A57088 A return of prayer: or A faithful relation of some remarkable passages of providence concerning Thomas Sawdie a boy of twelve years of age, servant to John Roberts of Trebitian in the parish of Lawrack, and county of Cornwal. Who was possest with an unclean spirit, and through mercy by prayer and fasting, dispossest and delivered from the servitude and jaws of Satan. Attested by Mr. Toms, Mr. Lydston, Mr. Travers, and Mr. Nicholas Tyack eminent ministers of Christ, and other Christian friends and neighbours; whose names are annext to the ensuing relation. 1664 (1664) Wing R1181A; ESTC R219821 10,956 18 View Text
A86674 A true testimony of the zeal of Oxford-professors and university-men who for zeal persecute the servants of the living God, following the example of their brethren of Cambridge. Also the leudness of those two great mothers discovered, who have brought forth so many children, and never had a husband. With a few words to magistrates that persecute the saints, calling them vagabonds; to shew them who are the vagabonds, and to take off their heat who are so much troubled, that they want the honour of a hat. Richard Hubberthorne. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1654 (1654) Wing H3240; Thomason E806_8; ESTC R207175 10,969 17 View Text
A62992 A letter to Mr. Mead, in answer to several unscriptural, and unsound sayings of his in a sermon against the seventh-day-sabbath, preached at his place of meeting, the twenty third of the second month. 1682. Wrote the same day the sermon was preached, refuting his arguments, and turning them back, making their unskilfulness and weakness manifest; and clearly evidencing, that the seventh-day is the sabbath day; by clear scripture-testimony, and sound arguments grounded thereon. Published for his hearers, because he would neither hear an objection in publick, nor admit of a conference in private. Tovey, W. 1682 (1682) Wing T1957B; ESTC R222359 11,750 16 View Text
A57509 A sermon preached at Blandford-forum in Dorset-shire, December the 19th, 1682, at the Lord Bishop of Bristol's visitation by Richard Roderick ... Roderick, Richard, 1647 or 8-1730. 1683 (1683) Wing R1770; ESTC R7208 11,789 30 View Text
A52658 A narrative wherein is faithfully set forth the sufferings of John Canne, Wentworth Day, John Clarke, John Belcher, John Richard, Robert Boggis, Petter Kidd, Richard Bryenton, and George Strange, called, as their news book saith, Fift Monarchy Men that is, how eight of them were taken in Coleman Street, moneth second, called Aprill, day first, 1658, as they were in the solemn worship of God, and by the Lord Mayor sent prisoners to the counter in the Poultrey : also of the arraignment of Wentworth Day and John Clarke at the sessions in the Old Baily, and how the rest after three weeks imprisonment and more were discharged in their court / published by a friend to the prisoners and the good old cause they suffered for. Friend to the prisoners and the good old cause they suffered for. 1658 (1658) Wing N231A; ESTC R9702 12,097 18 View Text
A95605 Some prison meditations in the 7th moneth, 1657. Being a free-gift sermon mainly touching the religious robbers, or spiritual murtherers, the sermon and prayer-sellers of the the former, later and present times; even to the whole company of mystery-Babylons merchants and members a warning. Taylor, Thomas, 1618-1682. 1657 (1657) Wing T582; Thomason E929_1; ESTC R207617 12,954 24 View Text
A78562 A narrative plainly shewing, that the priests of England are as truely Antichrist (who got up since the dayes of the Apostles) as the pope and his clergie denying Christ to be both a king, a priest, and a prophet; : with a serious warning to the Parliament not to uphold and maintain them by a law, under any pretence whatsoever ... / By one who ... hath escaped the snares of sin and deceit, and bin [sic] brought ... into His pure fear, known by the name of John Chandler. Chandler, John, 17th cent. 1659 (1659) Wing C1927B; ESTC R171147 13,008 16 View Text
A57938 Joshua's resolution to serve the Lord Containing the resolution of every true Christian, fully and wholly to cleave unto the Lord, and to dedicate himself to the Lord and his service. Wherein is shewed, what the resolution of a Christian is. And the reasons of the necessity of this resolution with a word of exhortation both to private, and family worship. To which is added, a prayer for a family. By Robert Russel in Sussex. Licensed according to order. Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. 1694 (1694) Wing R2347F; ESTC R221582 13,384 27 View Text
A87333 A true account of the whole proceedings of the Parliament in Ireland, beginning March 25, 1689, and ending the 29th of June following; : with the establishment of their forces there. Ireland. Parliament. 1689 (1689) Wing I654C; ESTC R178711 14,152 26 View Text
A31659 A true relation of the unjust proceedings, verdict (so called) & sentence of the Court of Sessions ... against divers of the Lord's people called Quakers, on the 30th day of the 8th month, 1662 / published for the honour of God, the vindication of the innocent, and the information of people, by John Chandler. Chandler, John, 17th cent. 1662 (1662) Wing C1929; ESTC R35804 14,248 24 View Text
A60148 St. Peter's sin and true repentance amplified and improved in a discourse occasion'd by the publick profession of repentance made by T.W., who after eleven years slavery in Turkey renounc'd his baptism and Christianity there ... / by John Shower. Shower, John, 1657-1715. 1692 (1692) Wing S3684; ESTC R10197 15,206 39 View Text
A55933 The proceedings against the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftsbury, at the Old Baily, on Thursday the twenty fourth of November, 1681 as they were taken by an impartial hand, and faithfully transmitted to every unbiassed reader : with sufficient reasons to justifie the Grand Jury in bringing in the Bill Ignoramus. Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1621-1683.; Philonomus. 1681 (1681) Wing P3553A; ESTC R24477 15,222 20 View Text
A95181 A true relation of some passages which passed at Madrid in the year 1623. by Prince Charles, being then in Spain prosecuting the match with the Lady Infanta. As also, severall observations of eleven ominous presages, some of them hapning in the same hear whil'st the said Prince was in Spain, the rest of them hapned from that time untill his death. With a discovery of some of the wayes which the then Popish Bishops used to bring Poperie into this nation. / By a lover of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and the wellfare of this nation. Lover of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the wellfare of this nation. 1655 (1655) Wing T2918; Thomason E842_18; ESTC R207227 15,273 24 View Text
A29340 A breviate of the state of Scotland in its government, Supream Courts, officers of state, inferiour officers, offices, and Inferiour Courts, districts, jurisdictions, burroughs royal, and free corporations 1689 (1689) Wing B4415; ESTC R19116 15,422 20 View Text
A19950 A letter vvritten from Paris, by the Lord Cardinall of Peron, to Monsr. Casaubon in England. Translated out of the French corrected copie, into English.; Lettre de Monseigneur l'illustriss. card. Du Perron. English Du Perron, Jacques Davy, 1556-1618.; Owen, Thomas, 1557-1618.; Casaubon, Isaac, 1559-1614. 1612 (1612) STC 6383; ESTC S122259 15,517 56 View Text
A90376 Of the internal and eternal nature of man in Christ. Pembroke, William Herbert, 3rd Earl of, 1580-1630. 1654 (1654) Wing P1127; Thomason E740_6; ESTC R207015 15,566 64 View Text
A29447 A brief discovery of a threshold estate of Antichrist now extant in the world viz., a description of 1. the true and false temple, 2. the false ministery, and 3. the false churches : whereunto is added the trial of one George Fox in Lancashire, with his answer to eight articles exhibited against him, being sent in a letter from Keller to some friends in York-shire : also, certain queries upon a petition lately presented to the Parliament from divers gentlemen and others in Worcester-shire : necessary to be answered by the petitioners who are said to be 6000 in number. Buttivant, Samuel. 1653 (1653) Wing B4585; ESTC R29903 15,599 25 View Text
A02597 King Iames his encomium· Or A poeme, in memorie and commendation of the high and mightie monarch Iames; King of great Britaine. France, and Ireland &c. our late soveraigne, who deceased at Theobalds. vpon Sunday the 27. of March. 1625. By Francis Hamiltoun, of Silvertown-hill Hamilton, Francis, of Silvertown-hill. 1626 (1626) STC 12726; ESTC S105969 15,621 34 View Text
A50625 A sermon preached at the funeral of Alexander Fraiser of Doores, Knight and baronet, principal physician to the King of Great Britain &c. who died at Whitehall, April 28, 1681, in the seventieth and fifth year of his age, and was solemnly interr'd amongst his ancestors at Doores the 28 of July following / by John Menzies. Menzeis, John, 1624-1684. 1681 (1681) Wing M1728; ESTC R28826 15,772 25 View Text
A64263 A testimony to the true and spiritual worship and a word of consolation to the children of light : also a message of truth to professors / by Tho. Taylor. Taylor, Thomas, 1618-1682. 1670 (1670) Wing T587; ESTC R17828 15,831 23 View Text
A47381 The articles of the faith of the Church of Christ, or, Congregation meeting at Horsley-down Benjamin Keach, pastor, as asserted this 10th of the 6th month, 1697. Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704. 1697 (1697) Wing K46; ESTC R10175 15,957 50 View Text
A31333 The Catechism, or, Brief instruction in the faith and order [brace] of the gospel for the church of Christ meeting at Horsly-Down in Southwark. 1700 (1700) Wing C1477; ESTC R38987 16,473 41 View Text
A29476 A brief relation of the persecutions and cruelties that have been acted upon the people called Quakers in and about the city of London since the beginning of the 7th month last, til this present time : with a general relation of affairs, signifying the state of the people through the land. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1662 (1662) Wing B4629; ESTC R1091 16,542 23 View Text
A47606 A short confession of faith containing the substance of all the fundamental articles in the larger confession put forth by the elders of the Baptist churches, owning personal election and final perserverance. Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704. 1697 (1697) Wing K86; ESTC R24038 16,842 52 View Text
A88247 The resurrection of John Lilburne, now a prisoner in Dover-Castle, declared and manifested in these following lines penned by himself, and now at his desire published in print in these words. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1656 (1656) Wing L2175; Thomason E880_2; ESTC R501 16,915 16 View Text
A85140 The heart opened by Christ; or, The conditions of a troubled soul that could find no true rest, peace, comfort, nor satisfaction in any thing below the divine power and glory of God, breaking forth and appearing in several operations and manifestations, by the blessed spirit of the Lord Jesus, the Saviour of the soul, God manifesting himself in flesh, that he may glorified in spirit. With, a word to those that are for the approbation of ministers; and something to those that scruple about the receiving or not receiving that which they call a sacrament and communion of saints, at Easter, Penticost, Christmas, so called, and other festival and set daies, or any other time when it is to be administered by those priests that profess themselves to be ministers of Christ. Written in the year 1654. in the third moneth, commonly called May, by R.F. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1654 (1654) Wing F485; Thomason E745_7; ESTC R207062 17,335 24 View Text
A60431 The cruelty of the magistrates of Evesham, in Worcester-shire, or, Some further particulars of their dealings and proceedings at the late sessions, and othertimes, against those people, whom scornfully they call Quakers with a warning to the heads and rulers and all people of this nation / written from Evesham the 15 day of the 8 month, 1655. Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. 1635 (1635) Wing S4055; ESTC R31947 17,567 24 View Text
A93749 The observation of the three great festivals asserted in the Christian church and that objection answered, from Gal 4. 10, 11., and also the right manner of the observance of them made known, in a sermon, preach'd on Easter-Day / by Richard Stafford. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. 1698 (1698) Wing S5127; ESTC R42800 18,000 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
A29093 Murther will out Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724. 1692 (1692) Wing B4102; ESTC R25286 18,335 8 View Text
A45295 Hypocrisie discovered, or, A further manifestation of the secret designe, practices, and inventions of the Protector, so called, to seat himself in and be vested with, the power and office of chief magistrate in this nation, contrary to those many declarations, engagements and protestations in opposition thereunto, not onely as it was contrary to an act of Parliament, made after many out-goings of God, against the late King and his monarchy, but also as it did oppose the kingdome and interest of our Lord Jesus 1655 (1655) Wing H3887; ESTC R7532 18,726 17 View Text
A47636 The keeping of holy days recommended in a sermon preached at Hadham before the Right Honourable and Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of London, &c. at his Lordships late conference with his clergy there / by Thomas Leigh ... Leigh, Thomas, 1633 or 4-1686. 1684 (1684) Wing L1021; ESTC R13950 18,956 38 View Text
A90870 A serious exercitation upon, or an impassionate vindication of 1 John 5.20. This is the true God--in reference to a printed conference between Mr. Samuel Eaton, and Mr. John Knowles for the beating out of the truth concerning the divinity of Jesus Christ. / By Thomas Porter M.A. Minister of the Gospel at Whitchurch. Decemb. 26. 1650. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy. Porter, Thomas, d. 1667. 1651 (1651) Wing P2998D; Thomason E621_9; ESTC R206411 19,159 28 View Text
A44799 The mouth of the pit stopped and the smoke that hath arisen out of it scattered by the breath of truth in answer to a lying story called Hell broken loose, or, The history of the Quakers, published by Thomas Underhill, a seller of the whores merchandize otherwise called a book-seller : his lyes returned upon him, his accusations answered and his envie decleared and truth cleared from all his reproaches / by one that waits to see death and hell cast into the lake of fire, with the beast and false-prophet, Francis Howgil. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing H3172; ESTC R6601 19,385 26 View Text
A41108 The danger of deferring repentance discovered by that reverend and faithfull minister of the word, William Fenner. Fenner, William, 1600-1640. 1654 (1654) Wing F684; ESTC R24033 19,518 47 View Text
A46707 A plain and short discourse concerning the nature of the Lord's Supper, and the end of celebrating it to which is added, A paraphrase of all those places in the New Testament, wherein the Lord's Supper is mentioned / by John Jeffery ... Jeffery, John, 1647-1720. 1699 (1699) Wing J516; ESTC R1646 20,211 33 View Text
A66372 An answer to the address presented to the ministers of the Church of England Williams, John, 1636?-1709. 1688 (1688) Wing W2680; ESTC R96 20,716 37 View Text
A19624 A lasting ievvell, for religious woemen In the summe of a sermon, preached at the funerall of mistris Mary Crosse, late wife of Mr. Henry Crosse of Barnestaple in the countie of Deuon merchant, Nouemb. 11. 1628. and now published with some additions. With a briefe description of her life and death. By William Crompton, preacher of the Word of God at Barnestaple in Deuon. Crompton, William, 1599?-1642. 1630 (1630) STC 6058; ESTC S117122 20,905 44 View Text
A59771 The principles of holy Christian religion, or, The catechism of the Church of England paraphrazed for the use of Borwick-Hall. Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. 1656 (1656) Wing S3246; ESTC R33882 21,051 65 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
A85153 VVitchcraft cast out from the religious seed and Israel of God. And the black art, or, nicromancery inchantments, sorcerers, wizards, lying divination, conjuration, and witchcraft, discovered, with the ground, fruits, and effects thereof: as it is proved to be acted in the mistery of iniquity, by the power of darknesse, and witnessed against by Scripture, and declared against also, from, and by them that the world scornfully calleth Quakers. Shewing, the danger thereof, ... Also, some things to clear the truth from reproaches, lies and slanders, and false accusations, occasioned by Daniel Bott and his slander-carriers, ... / Written in Warwickshire, the ninth moneth, 1654. As a judgement upon witchcraft, and a deniall, testimony and declaration against witchcraft, from those that the world reproachfully calleth Quakers. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F513; Thomason E829_12; ESTC R202140 21,407 25 View Text
A47031 A sermon upon Ember-Week, preached before the University of Oxford, at Christ-Church in Oxford, 1698 by David Jones ... Jones, David, 1663-1724? 1699 (1699) Wing J939; ESTC R2427 21,461 34 View Text
A47271 The fall of man declared and the way declared in plainnesse and according unto truth ... : and a warning from the Lord God of life ... Kent, Tho. (Thomas) 1661 (1661) Wing K318; ESTC R34491 21,490 32 View Text
A42523 A record of some persecutions inflicted upon some of the servants of the Lord in South-Wales with the sufferings of many for not paying tithes, not repairing steeple-houses, and for not coming to steeple-houses : also the fruits of some of the priests who are called ministers of the Gospel in South-Wales, and Pembrook-shire, where some persecution hath been at Harford-west, which in short is here also mentioned, which hath not been brought to publick view till now / by Francis Gawler. Gawler, Francis. 1659 (1659) Wing G396; ESTC R39564 21,591 30 View Text
B00106 A short treatise, agaynst the prophanation of the Lord's day, especiallie by salmond-fishing thereon, in tyme of divine service. / By William Guild, D.D. minister in Aberdene, and chaplane to his Majestie.. Guild, William, 1586-1657.; Johnstoun, Arthur, 1587-1641. Epitaphium piscatoris. 1637 (1637) STC 12491; ESTC S92781 21,843 84 View Text
A10094 The doctrine of the Sabbath· Delivered in the Act at Oxon. anno, 1622. By Dr. Prideaux his Majesties professour for divinity in that Vniversity. And now translated into English for the benefit of the common people. Prideaux, John, 1578-1650.; Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662. 1634 (1634) STC 20348; ESTC S115223 22,039 62 View Text
A29935 A perswasive to the stricter observation of the Lords day in pursuance of His Majesties pious order and directions to preachers particularly about the observation of the Lord's day, &c. / by Matthew Bryan. Bryan, Matthew, d. 1699. 1686 (1686) Wing B5247; ESTC R19898 22,342 36 View Text
A30498 The holy truth and its professors defended in an answer to a letter writ by Lawrence Potts, priest of Staplestown near Catherlough, unto Robert Lacky, a parishioner and formerly hearer of the said priest, occassioned by his forsaking his ministry and embracing the blessed truth herein vindicated / by John Burnyeat [and] John Watson. Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690.; Watson, John, 1650?-1710. 1688 (1688) Wing B5966; ESTC R36040 22,397 32 View Text
A42091 The fast: As it was delivered in a sermon at St. Margarets in Westminster, before the honorable House of Commons upon Wednesday the 12th. of June 1661. being the day appointed by His Majesty and the Parliament, for a solemn humiliation upon the late abundance of rain, and the danger of famine, and pestilence likely to ensue thereby. / By Tho: Grenfield A.M. Preacher to the Honorable Society of Lincoln's-Inne. Grenfield, Thomas. 1661 (1661) Wing G1937A; ESTC R30320 22,523 38 View Text
A30538 A returne to the ministers of London by way of answer to their seasonable exhortations, (so called) directed to their congregations : with sober reproof sent unto them, because of their secret smitings against the despised people called Quakers, whom they have secretly reproached in their said exhortation ... / by E.B. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing B6021; ESTC R22000 22,747 32 View Text
A43869 A short but cleare discovrse of the institiution, dignity, and end of the Lords-day upon occasion of those words of St. Iohn ... / written by George Hakewill ... Hakewill, George, 1578-1649. 1641 (1641) Wing H209; ESTC R18460 22,776 41 View Text
A07354 Mayers catechisme abridged. Or the A.B.C. inlarged With many necessary questions fitted vnto it, for the benefit of all that desire to teach or learne it effectually. A duty to which all wee of the Church of England are bound, it being generally appointed by authoritie. Mayer, John, 1583-1664. 1623 (1623) STC 17739; ESTC S107048 24,537 78 View Text
A96226 The humble advice of the Assembly of Divines, now by authority of Parliament sitting at Westminster, concerning a confession of faith, presented by them lately to both houses of Parliament. A certain number of copies are ordered to be printed only for the use of the members of both houses and of the Assembly of Divines, to the end that they may advise thereupon.; Westminster Confession of Faith. Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) 1646 (1646) Wing W1427; Thomason E368_3; ESTC R201270 24,629 58 View Text
A03271 Three positions concerning the 1 Authoritie of the Lords day. 2 State of the Church of Rome. 3 Execution of priests. All written vpon speciall occasions by Iames Balmford minister Balmford, James, b. 1556.; Balmford, James, b. 1556. Position maintained by I.B. before the late Earle of Huntingdon: viz. Priests are executed not for religion, but for treason. aut 1607 (1607) STC 1339; ESTC S120365 24,959 67 View Text
A03221 Carpenters chippes, or, Simple tokens of vnfeined good will to the Christian friends of Iames Balmford ... Balmford, James, b. 1556. 1607 (1607) STC 1334; ESTC S1169 25,047 71 View Text
A29619 A single and general voice lifted up like a trumpet, sounding forth the Lords controversie concerning London, with her governors, priests, and citizens that walk in the manners, customs, and way of the heathen, that know not the dreadful God who is Light among them, neither like to retain God ... with somewhat directed to the ear of Thomas Atkin, called alderman of the said city : a reproof to his perverse and ungodly proceedings, message, and two letters ... also a letter from a servant of God in the said prison to Thomas Allen, Mayor of the city ... / by Daniel Baker. D. B. (Daniel Baker), fl. 1650-1660. 1659 (1659) Wing B485; ESTC R32851 25,174 40 View Text
A30288 The sure way to wealth Infallible directions to get and keep sufficient riches; even while taxes rise, and trades sink. By Daniel Burgess, pastor of a church near Covent-Garden, London. Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. 1693 (1693) Wing B5718; ESTC R224016 25,745 78 View Text
A14213 A verie profitable and necessarie discourse concerning the obseruation and keeping of the Sabboth day seruing as well to confute the superstition of the Iewes, which obstinately vrge the strict keeping of the seuenth day, as also to ouerthrowe the vaine and godlesse reasons of others, that stiffely at this day maintaine, that Christians ought to keepe no set or appoynted time to worship and serue the Lord in, in his church and faithfull congregation. Written in Latine by Zacharias Vrsinus, sometimes reader of the diuinitie lecture in the Vniuersitie of Heidelberg in Germanie, and very nevvly turned into English, by Iohn Stockvvood schoolemaster of Tunbridge. Ursinus, Zacharias, 1534-1583.; Stockwood, John, d. 1610. 1584 (1584) STC 24528; ESTC S103618 26,018 66 View Text
A79564 The church catechism, analysed, explained, and improved The first part. Wherein, I. The text is set down whole, and entire. II. It is broken into questions, and answers in the very words of the catechism. III. The terms of it are explained, and such short questions and answers added, as are occasioned by it, and seem needful to the discovery of its true meaning, and use. At the end is added matter, and direction for all acts of devotion for morning and evening, mostly in the words of the catechism. The whole accomodated to the capacity, and use of them, that are yet to learn it, and recommend to the rich, to bestow among the poor. 1683 (1683) Wing C3993A; ESTC R229600 26,096 48 View Text
A58583 Act ratifying the confession of faith and settling Presbyterian church-government Edinburgh, the seventh day of June, 1690. Scotland. 1690 (1690) Wing S1157; ESTC R34034 26,464 30 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
A60508 A Sabbath of rest to be kept by the saints here, or, A treatise of the Sabbath, and such holy and religious duties as are required for the sanctification of it, the great Sabbath of rest that remaineth to be kept by God's saints hereafter delivered in divers sermons upon Heb. 4. 9. / by Nicholas Smith ... Smith, Nicholas, d. 1680. 1675 (1675) Wing S4139; ESTC R12921 26,607 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
A35836 The discovery of the great enmity of the serpent against the seed of the woman, which witnesseth against him where he rules, both in rulers, priests, and people whose hearts are now made manifest in this great day of the Lords power, wherein he is sending his sons and daughters in the power of his spirit to run to and fro to declare his word ... / a true testimony of him the world knows by name, William Deusbery, and in scorn calls a Quaker ... ; also his call to the ministry of the everlasting Gospel by the still voyce of the spirit of God ... ; the word of the Lord to all in England whom the Lord hath betrusted with power ... ; vvith a lamentation over all in England who oppose Christ in his spiritual appearance ... ; from the common goal in Northampton the 25 day of the 4 month, 1655. Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. 1655 (1655) Wing D1265; ESTC R207336 26,718 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
A88248 The resurrection of John Lilburne, now a prisoner in Dover-Castle, declared and manifested in these following lines penned by himself, and now at his desire published in print in these following words. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1656 (1656) Wing L2176; Thomason E880_5; ESTC R206594 27,124 25 View Text
A64466 A fast of Gods chusing plainly opened for the help of those poor in spirit, whose hearts are set to seek the Lord their God in New-England, in the solemn ordinance of a fast : wherein is shewed, 1, the nature of such a fast, 2, the testimony God will give thereunto of his gracious acceptance, 3, the special seasons wherein God will bear witness to such a fast, 4, some helps to faith that is shall be so, 5, why such a fast is so acceptable and succesfull, 6, how much this concerns Gods people in New-England : preached on a fast called by publick authority, on 26, 1[6]74 / by Thomas Thacher... Thacher, Thomas, 1620-1678.; Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. 1678 (1678) Wing T830; ESTC R9807 27,462 32 View Text