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A38414 Englands obligations to Captain William Bedlowe the grand discoverer of this most horrid plot. 1679 (1679) Wing E3006; ESTC R36569 1,813 1 View Text
A36198 Dr. Sherlock vindicated, or, Cogent reasons, why that worthy person hath complied with the necessity of the times and why he at first refused it. 1690 (1690) Wing D1765B; ESTC R221512 2,524 4 View Text
A43333 A vindication of kings and nobles against that ungodly paper called The alarum to the head quarters by T.H. T. H. 1647 (1647) Wing H146; ESTC R5923 3,689 10 View Text
A88513 A long-vvinded lay lecture. Wherein the licentiousnesse of this lewd and lying age, in perverting the sacred texts of Scripture, and the divine dictates of the Fathers, to the scandall of the church, and ruine of our nation, is poetically presented, to the view of all such as feare God and the King, and meddle not with those that are given to change. / By a lover of (and sufferer for) the truth. Lover of (and Sufferer for) the Truth. 1647 (1647) Wing L2993; Thomason E388_14; ESTC R201509 3,922 8 View Text
A79099 The Kings Maiesties speech, made in the House of Peers, before he passed the bill against the Earl of Strafford: May the 1. 1641. And the Earl of Straffords letter to His Majestie dated from the Tower, May the 4. 1641. concerning the said speech England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I); Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, 1593-1641. 1642 (1642) Wing C2790; Thomason 669.f.14[26]; ESTC R211116 3,979 1 View Text
A76337 The royall plea; or, a defence of the Kings supremacie Wherein it is evidenced and maintained by argument, that to punish a King capitally, is absolutely against the word of God, and the established lawes of the land; and that to doe so great a wickednesse, will cast a great dishonour upon our nation, and the profession of Christianitie. By R.B. bach. of divinity. R. B. 1649 (1649) Wing B170A; ESTC R200798 4,162 8 View Text
A92316 Plain English to the Parliament and army, and to the rest of the people. To convince the obstinate. Undeceive the simple. Vindicate the innocent. Settle the wavering. / By John Redingstone. January 12. 1648. ; Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot. Redingstone, John. 1649 (1649) Wing R664; Thomason E538_4; ESTC R21717 4,934 8 View Text
A81558 The pretended high court of justice unbowelled being a caveat for traytors, or, treason condemned and truth vindicated. With severall reasons presented to Oliver Cromwell, four days before the massacring of his Majesty proving the sad sentence passed upon his late sacred Majesty, the 27 of Ianuary 1648. unjust and contrary both to the law of God and these nations. Together with his Majesties speech to a precious jewel then sitting as one of his judges, though formerly a servant to his sacred Majestie. Never publish'd till this day of England's redemption. E. D. 1660 (1660) Wing D16A; ESTC R223234 5,038 8 View Text
A87337 Reasons why this kingdom, as all others: and the Parliaments and people of this kingdom, as all others, whether Christian or heathen. And especially such as hould predestination ought to adhere to their kings, whether good or bad. I. I., faithful subject to his King and welwisher to his Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing I7; Thomason E124_13; ESTC R5308 5,329 8 View Text
A94151 Davids devotions upon his deliverances: set forth in a sermon at All-Saints in Derby, June 28, 1660. Being the day of publique thanksgiving for his Majesties happy restauration, by Joseph Swetnam preacher there. Swetnam, Joseph, fl. 1617. 1660 (1660) Wing S6254; Thomason E1037_1; ESTC R209300 5,663 13 View Text
A38595 The abridgement of a sermon preached on the fast-day appointed to be held for the good successe of the treatie that was shortly to ensue between the King and the Parliament, Septemb. 12, 1648 by Mr. Despagne ... ; faithfully translated into English by Umfrevile, Gent.; Abbrégé d'un sermon prononcé au jour de jusne indict sur le sujet du traitté futur entre le roy et le Parlement, le 12 de septembre 1648. English Espagne, Jean d', 1591-1659.; Umfrevile, William. 1648 (1648) Wing E3254; ESTC R20881 6,427 24 View Text
A56450 A letter to a friend in the country being a vindication of the Parliaments whole proceedings this last session : with the state of the plot and manner of its discovery. J. P., 17th cent. 1681 (1681) Wing P55; ESTC R30077 6,484 6 View Text
A85164 The fatall blow; or, The most impious and treasonable fact of Hammond, in offering force unto, and hurting his sacred Majesty: discussed, and reparation pressed, by a suddain dissolution of the tyrannicall power of this present Parliament, a summary of whose wicked practices tending to the subversion of monarchie and murder of His Maiestie, and the enslaving of this nation is premised. The re-establishing of religion, and re-enthroning of His Maiestie by force and armes is propounded and justified. / Dedicated and directed to the people of England. 1648 (1648) Wing F541; Thomason E522_16; ESTC R206209 6,837 8 View Text
A04554 A lanterne-light for loyall subiects. Or, A terrour for traytours Wherein may be seene the odiousnesse of treason, the deserued ende of traytours, and the wonderfull preseruation of anoynted princes. A matter rightly agreeing with this time of danger, where wicked persons haue desired our publike sorrow, and the ruine of this realme of England. Johnson, Richard, 1573-1659? 1603 (1603) STC 14675; ESTC S109172 6,910 17 View Text
A50887 Brief notes upon a late sermon, titl'd, The fear of God and the King preach'd, and since publish'd by Matthew Griffith ... wherin many notorious wrestings of Scripture, and other falsities are observed / by J.M. Milton, John, 1608-1674. 1660 (1660) Wing M2097; ESTC R82 7,043 16 View Text
A93687 A spirit moving in the vvomen-preachers: or, Certaine quæres, vented and put forth unto this affronted, brazen-faced, strange, new feminine brood. Wherein they are proved to be rash, ignorant, ambitious, weake, vaine-glorious, prophane and proud, moved onely by the spirit of errour. 1646 (1646) Wing S4990; Thomason E324_10; ESTC R200613 7,121 11 View Text
A94817 A treatise in iustification of the King. 1643 (1643) Wing T2091; Thomason E88_6; ESTC R22270 7,323 16 View Text
A95881 A caveat for covenant-contemners and covenant-breakers. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1647 (1647) Wing V296; Thomason 669.f.11[97]; ESTC R210679 7,437 1 View Text
A70226 A word to the wavering, or, An answer to the enquiry into the present state of affairs whether we owe allegiance to the King in these circumstances? &c. : with a postscript of subjection to the higher powers / by G.B. Hickes, George, 1642-1715.; Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1689 (1689) Wing H1878A; ESTC R11270 7,455 12 View Text
A00021 A letter vvritten out of England to an English gentleman remaining at Padua containing a true report of a strange conspiracie, contriued betweene Edward Squire, lately executed for the same treason as actor, and Richard Walpoole a Iesuite, as deuiser and suborner against the person of the Queenes Maiestie. Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. 1599 (1599) STC 10017; ESTC S101177 7,493 16 View Text
A53104 A sermon preached in the parish-church of St. Sepulchres, on Monday the 30th of January, 1693/4 being the anniversary solemnity for the martyrdom of King Charles I / by Richard Newman, late Vicar of Kynton ... Newman, Richard, Vicar of Kynton. 1694 (1694) Wing N924; ESTC R7939 7,681 32 View Text
A25538 An Account of the new sheriffs, holding their office made publick, upon reason of conscience, respecting themselves and others, in regard to the act for corporations. 1680 (1680) Wing A333; ESTC R1609 7,738 4 View Text
B08158 Verbum sempiternum Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1616 (1616) STC 23811; ESTC S123181 8,541 284 View Text
A67326 A second Christian warning-piece wherein is shewed the first and chief cause of England's present misery, proved to be the chief magistrate's neglect, in not fully doing that work God hath commanded, that must yet be done, because God hath said it, before this nation can expect deliverance. Humbly presented to the Parliament. Wall, Thomas. 1681 (1681) Wing W487; ESTC R218348 8,614 8 View Text
A59760 The Sheriffs case whether, and how they may lawfully qualifie themselves for their holding the office, according to the Act for Corporations. 1681 (1681) Wing S3234; ESTC R28863 8,800 4 View Text
A85295 The necessity of the absolute power of all kings: and in particular, of the King of England. Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. 1648 (1648) Wing F917; Thomason E460_7; ESTC R202077 8,854 14 View Text
A61858 David and Saul a sermon preached on the day of national thanksgiving for God's gracious deliverance of the King's Majesty from an assassination and the kingdom from a French invasion / by John Strype ... Strype, John, 1643-1737. 1696 (1696) Wing S6021; ESTC R900 9,047 30 View Text
A48177 A Letter to a friend shewing from Scripture, Fathers, and reason, how false that state-maxim is, royal authority is originally and radically in the people. 1679 (1679) Wing L1655; ESTC R12997 9,086 11 View Text
A41764 The Grand question resolved, viz. a king having protested to defend to the uttermost of his power, the true Protestant religion, with the rights and liberties of all his subjects but if they, fearing that he will violate this his protestation, take up arms to prevent it, what may be judged hereof? 1681 (1681) Wing G1509; ESTC R7816 9,125 18 View Text
A89100 Captaine Audley Marvin's speech delivered in the upper house to the Lords in Parliament May 24, 1641 concerning the iudicature of the high court of Parliament.; Speech delivered in the Upper House to the Lords in Parliament May 24, 1641 Mervyn, Audley, Sir, d. 1675. 1641 (1641) Wing M1888; ESTC R42671 9,161 19 View Text
A29953 The white rose, or, A word for the House of York, vindicating the right of succession in a letter from Scotland to a peer of this realm. W. B.; Brydall, John, b. 1635? 1680 (1680) Wing B5268; ESTC R2802 9,595 12 View Text
A28182 A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, January 30, 1694 by Peter Birch ... Birch, Peter, 1652?-1710. 1604 (1604) Wing B2939; ESTC R12701 9,637 28 View Text
A26830 The lawfulness and expediency of church-musick asserted in a sermon preached at St. Brides-Church upon the 22d. of November, 1693 being the anniversary meeting of gentlemen, lovers of musick / by Ralph Battell ... Battell, Ralph, 1649-1713. 1695 (1695) Wing B1149; ESTC R10687 9,816 28 View Text
A40432 A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster, on Wednesday the fifth of November, 1690 being the anniversary thanksgiving for the happy deliverance of King James the First, and three estates of the realm, from the Gunpowder-treason : and also for the happy arrival of His present Majesty on this day, for the deliverance of our church and nation from Popery and arbitrary power / by Sa. Freeman ... Freeman, Samuel, 1643-1700. 1690 (1690) Wing F2146; ESTC R2149 10,052 36 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
A41311 The power of kings, and in particular of the King of England learnedly asserted by Sir Robert Filmer, Kt. ; with a preface of a friend, giving an account of the author and his works. Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. 1680 (1680) Wing F926; ESTC R19499 10,291 18 View Text
A91141 The aphorismes of the kingdome. 1. The Parliament is the moderation of monarchy. ... 2. The power of it is sufficient to prevent and restraine tyranny. ... 3. The essence of the law is the free consent of the law-makers. ... 4. The sole reason of the King is not the sound judgement of the kingdome. ... 5. All the votes in Parliament are directive to the law, none destructive. ... 6. The vote that is directive and coactive, is no wayes nomotheticall. ... 7. The negative vote of a King is no more than the dissent of one man. ... 8. The affirmative vote of a King makes not the law; ergo, the negative cannot destroy it. ... 9. He that cannot destroy a law made, cannot destroy it in the making. ... 10. The power that makes lawes, repeales and revives them as reason requires. ... 11. Kings that doe good to their subjects of bountie, would be free of the obligation. ... 12. Laws are the best directions and obligations for all men to follow. To submit the principality to the laws is more than the crowne. ... Prynne, William, 1600-1669, 1642 (1642) Wing P3893; Thomason E240_26; Thomason E240_27; ESTC R8933 10,462 8 View Text
B09887 Josephus redivivus: or, Innocencie violated and vindicated. In a sermon preached on the publike day of Thanksgiving, in Wandsworth in Surey by the vicar there. On Thursday May the 24th, 1660. Roberts, Hugh, fl. 1660. 1660 (1660) Wing R1597AB; ESTC R233804 10,639 22 View Text
A78023 Meditations upon 1 Sam. 26. 19. Humbly presented to the Common-Councel of London, for their serious rumination. / By their servant for their good, Henry Burton. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1647 (1647) Wing B6167; Thomason E399_24; ESTC R201725 10,672 16 View Text
A76397 King Charle's [sic] triall justified: or, Eight objections against the same fully answered and cleared, by Scripture, law, history and reason. Being the sum of a charge given at the last sessions held at Trewroe in the county of Cornwall, Aprill 4. 1649. / By Colonell Robert Bennet. Published by authority. Bennet, Robert, 1605-1683. 1649 (1649) Wing B1886; Thomason E554_21; ESTC R949 10,917 16 View Text
A07728 A lamentation in vvhiche is shevved what ruyne and destruction cometh of seditious rebellyon Morison, Richard, Sir, d. 1556.; Cheke, John, Sir, 1514-1557, attributed name. 1536 (1536) STC 18113.3; ESTC S109322 10,957 24 View Text
A85753 A Ground voice, or some discoveries offered to the view, with certain queries propounded to the consideration of the whole army in England, Scotland, and Ireland, officers and common-souldiers, horse and foot. VVith certain queries to the Anabaptists in particular that bear any office, either in court or army, under the present self-created politick power. 1655 (1655) Wing G2133; Thomason E860_1; ESTC R206636 11,106 8 View Text
A47366 A sermon preached before the Kings Most Excellent Majesty at Oxford by H.K., D.D. Killigrew, Henry, 1613-1700.; King, Henry, 1592-1669. 1643 (1643) Wing K445; Wing K503_CANCELLED; ESTC R18028 11,120 24 View Text
A11164 A sermon preached at Greenwich before the Kings Maiestie vpon Tuesday in VVhitson weeke being the 14. of Iune. 1603. By the Reuerend Father in God Antonie Rudd, Doctor of Diuinitie, and Lord Bishop of Saint Dauids Rudd, Anthony, 1549 or 50-1615. 1603 (1603) STC 21433; ESTC S112125 11,126 40 View Text
A29155 A sermon preached at St. Catharine Cree-Church, on the 26th of November, 1691 being the thanksgiving-day, for the preservation of the King, and the reduction of Ireland / by Nicholas Brady ... ; printed at the request of his parishioners. Brady, Nicholas, 1659-1726. 1692 (1692) Wing B4174; ESTC R40295 11,416 32 View Text
A66941 A dialogue between Mr. Prejudice, a dissenting country gentleman, and Mr. Reason, a student in the University being a short vindication of the University from popery and an answer to some objections concerning the D. of Y. Wood, Thomas, 1661-1722. 1682 (1682) Wing W3408; ESTC R26396 11,430 27 View Text
A45381 London's triumphant holiday being a brief relation of the chiefest memorable proceedings that hath attended His Majesty since his troubles : with a brief account of that late happy month of May's actions, in voting, proclaiming, landing, and his coming to London ... : with a short, but true account of his miraculous escape from Worcester, from that bloodthirsty tyrant Oliver Cromwell ... / written by ... Charles Hammond. Hammond, Charles, 17th cent. 1660 (1660) Wing H495; ESTC R43229 11,585 16 View Text
A63886 A sermon preached before the King on the 30th of January, 1684/5 being the fast for the martyrdom of King Charles the first of blessed memory / by Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, and Almoner to His Majesty. Turner, Francis, 1638?-1700. 1685 (1685) Wing T3287; ESTC R3928 11,974 33 View Text
A83999 Englands satisfaction in eight queries; concerning the true place, office, and power of a king, according to Gods word. 1643 (1643) Wing E3046; Thomason E105_14; ESTC R17568 12,050 15 View Text
A65943 To Queen Mary: the humble salutation, and faithful greeting of the widow Whitrowe With a vvarning to the rulers of the earth, before the Day of the Lord breaks forth, that shall burn as an oven, and all the wicked, and all the ungodly shall be as stubble: the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it. Whitrowe, Joan. 1690 (1690) Wing W2037; ESTC R220184 12,082 20 View Text
A78115 An answer to the eight quæries propounded by the House of Commons, to the assembly called divines, sitting at Westminster, April. 22. 1646 never to this day by them answered, nor they called to an accompt by the Parliament, for their ignorance or negligence therein. Barber, Edward, d. 1674? 1648 (1648) Wing B691; ESTC R230130 12,373 14 View Text
A29362 A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of London, at the Church of S. Mary le Bow, the fifth of November, 1684 by Francis Bridge ... Bridge, Francis, d. 1688. 1685 (1685) Wing B4444; ESTC R3795 12,825 36 View Text
A36495 A sermon preached to the renowned company of the artillery, 1 September, 1640 designed to compose the present troubles by discovering the enemies of the peace of the church and state / by Calybute Downing... Downing, Calybute, 1606-1644. 1641 (1641) Wing D2105; ESTC R22856 12,826 45 View Text
A78293 The Iesuits undermining of parliaments and Protestants with their foolish phancy of a toleration, discovered, and censured. Written by William Castle, for the confirmation of wavering Protestants, and the reducing of seduced papists. Castell, William, d. 1645. 1642 (1642) Wing C1229; Thomason E124_7; ESTC R4761 12,847 16 View Text
A36358 Monarchia triumphans, or, The super-eminency of monarchy over poliarchy or Of the government of one above any free-state or other kinde of soveraignty in many. Dormer, P. 1666 (1666) Wing D1929A; ESTC R30984 13,406 30 View Text
A77909 Dr. Burnet's sermon before His Highness the Prince of Orange, at the Cathedral of Exon, on reading his declaration Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1689 (1689) Wing B5870C; ESTC R42711 13,893 17 View Text
A75429 An ansvver to the cities representation set forth by some ministers of the Gospel, within the province of London. Concerning the proceedings of the army. By a Presbyterian patriot, that hath covenanted to preserve the rights and priviledges of Parliaments, and the Kings Majesties person and authority; in the preservation, and defence of the true religion and liberties of the kingdoms; and not otherwise. February 7. 1648. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot. 1649 (1649) Wing A3399; Thomason E541_23; ESTC R205927 13,928 26 View Text
A16148 A sermon preached at Westminster before the King and Queenes Maiesties, at their coronations on Saint Iames his day, being the 28. of Iuly. 1603. By the Reuerend Father in God, the Lord Bishop of Winchester Bilson, Thomas, 1546 or 7-1616. 1603 (1603) STC 3068; ESTC S101957 14,111 50 View Text
A67115 A sermon preached in London by a faithfvll minister of Christ, and perfected by him and now set forth to the publike view of all for the ivstification of the truth and clearing the innocencie of his long suffering for it. Walker, George, 1581?-1651. 1642 (1642) Wing W363; ESTC R27052 14,142 20 View Text
A92209 Little Benjamin or truth discovering error: being a clear and full answer unto the letter, subscribed by 47 ministers of the province of London, and presented to his Excellency, January 18. 1648. To inform the ignorant satisfie the desirous of the concurrent proceedings the Parliament and Army. In taking away the life of Charles Stuart, late King of England, together with, &c. / By a reall lover of all those, who love peace and truth. February 17. 1648. Imprimatur Gil. Mabbot. Reading, John, 1588-1667. 1649 (1649) Wing R449; Thomason E544_4; ESTC R205982 14,178 22 View Text
A92958 Mercy in a miracle shewing, the deliverance, and the duty, of the king, and the people In a sermon preached at Mitcham in Surry, June 28. 1660 in a solemne congratulation for the restoration of his Majesty to his royal throne. By Anthonie Sadler, late chaplain, to the right honourable Leticia, Lady Pagett, Dowager, deceased. Sadler, Anthony, b. 1610.; Vaughan, Robert, engraver. 1660 (1660) Wing S268; ESTC R230425 14,467 29 View Text
A07535 Concerning imposition of hands A sermon a the Lord Archbishop his visitation metropolitical, held, at Saint Marie Cray in Kent, by the Bishop of Rochester his Graces commissioner, the 7 of September last, preached by Richard Milborne Doctor of Diuinitie, and parson of Seuenoke in Kent. Milbourne, Richard, d. 1624. 1607 (1607) STC 17917; ESTC S100306 14,523 52 View Text
A04809 An epistle [s]ent to divers [pa]pistes in England prouing [th]e Pope to bee the beast in the [1]3 of the Reuelations, and to be the man exalted in the temple of God, as God, Thess. 2.2 ... / by F.K. Kett, Francis, d. 1589. 1585 (1585) STC 14944.5; ESTC S2164 14,613 51 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
A01690 Christiana-Polemica, or A preparatiue to warre Shewing the lawfull vse thereof. The iust causes that may moue thereunto. The necessitie of preparation for it. The duties of those that wage it. Together with diuers instructions concerning it. A sermon preached at Wooll-Church in London, before the captaines and gentlemen that exercise in the artillerie-garden vpon occasion of their solemne and generall meeting. Aprill 14. 1618. By Abraham Gibson, Bachelour of Diuinity, and then preacher to the temples. Gibson, Abraham, b. 1586 or 7. 1619 (1619) STC 11828; ESTC S118766 14,920 48 View Text
A41028 A plain record, or declaration shewing the origin, root and race of persecutors together with the nature, practice and end of that generation ... so their reward will be according to their work / [by] H.F. H. F. (Henry Fell) 1661 (1661) Wing F605; ESTC R28625 14,938 20 View Text
A39744 A sermon preach'd at St. Paul's Cathedral January 30, 1698-9 before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen by W. Fleetwood. Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723. 1698 (1698) Wing F1256; ESTC R28630 15,075 35 View Text
A66830 Altare evangelicum. A sermon preached at Christ-Church in Dublin, on the 27th of April Before his Excellency Arthur Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant General, and general governour of the kingdom of Ireland. By Edward Lord Bishop of Clonsert and Kilmac-Duah. Published by his Excellencies order and command. Wolley, Edward, 1603-1684. 1673 (1673) Wing W3263; ESTC R217177 15,387 44 View Text
A86646 Quaking principles dashed in pieces by the standing and unshaken truth. Being an examination of the tenents held forth by certain northern people, viz. 1. Slighting of the written word. 2. A speaking to that within man. 3. Denying the use of reason in the matters of God. 4. A denying of the ascension and being of the body of Christ. 5. A denying of all the ordinances of Christ. 6. A denying honour to men. 7. Affording absolute perfection at one instant. / By Henoch Howet. Howet, Enoch. 1655 (1655) Wing H3152; Thomason E821_2; ESTC R207358 15,546 20 View Text
A55741 Christ's revvard of a Christians watch and ward, or, A sermon preached at the burial of Mr. John Berry of Thorverton in the countie of Devon, Aug. 23, 1654 by John Preston ... Preston, John, b. 1598 or 9. 1655 (1655) Wing P3297B; ESTC R1152 15,552 24 View Text
B04652 Salvation improved: in a sermon upon the 16th of April, 1696. : Being the day of solemn thanksgiving for the preservation of His Majesty's sacred person, from barbarous assassination; and of this kingdom, from French invasion. / Preached at Oswestry, by J.O. minister of the Gospel. Owen, James, 1654-1706. 1696 (1696) Wing O6; ESTC R181128 15,594 31 View Text
A86157 Heare, heare, heare, heare, a vvord or message from heaven; to all Covenant breakers (whom God hates) with all that hath committed that great sinne, that is, as the sinne of witch-craft. The great God that is most high and infinite, that hath the command of heaven and earth, and of all therein; who hath taken to himselfe that liberty as not to give an account of any of his matters to any of his creatures; and this is the power of his excellency which he holdeth forth for all our learning in his word, and his liberty God hath given to kings on earth: and none may say to the King, what dost thou? And now that Gods commandements hath not been observed, but the power resisted, it is high time that they were. Pope, Mary, fl. 1647-1649. 1648 (1648) Wing H1306; Thomason E476_20; ESTC R205490 15,651 19 View Text
A02059 A good speed to Virginia Gray, Robert, 16th/17th cent. 1609 (1609) STC 12204; ESTC S105839 15,771 30 View Text
A12977 A sermon preached in the cathedrall church of Worcester vpon Sunday morning, Nouemb. 27. 1636 In the time of pestilence in other places of this land, and now published in the time of the visitation of that citie, with that grevious sicknesse, and by reason of it. By Geo. Stinton, Stinton, George, b. 1599 or 1600. 1637 (1637) STC 23271; ESTC S113491 15,854 40 View Text
A01767 Of the Christian Sabboth a godlye treatise of Mayster Iulius of Milayne / translated out of Italian into English, by Thomas Langley. Julius, of Milan.; Langley, Thomas, d. 1581. 1552 (1552) STC 11903; ESTC S2707 16,368 72 View Text
A16796 The copie of a letter vvritten by M. Doctor Allen: concerning the yeelding vp of the citie of Dauentrie vnto his Catholike Maiestie, by Sir VVilliam Stanley knight. VVherin is shevved both hovve lavvful, honorable and necessarie that action vvas; and also that al others, especiallie those of the English nation that detayne anie tovvnes, or other places, in the lovve countries from the King Catholike are bound, vpon paine of damnation, to do the like. Before vvhich is also prefixed a gentlemans letter, that gaue occasion, of this discourse. Allen, William, 1532-1594.; R. A., fl. 1587.; Ashton, Roger, d. 1591, attributed name. 1587 (1587) STC 370; ESTC S112764 16,431 30 View Text
A42817 A loyal tear dropt on the vault of our late martyred sovereign in an anniversary sermon on the day of his murther. Glanvill, Joseph, 1636-1680. 1667 (1667) Wing G813; ESTC R23392 16,431 44 View Text
A32832 A sermon preach'd upon the first Sunday after the proclamation of the High and Mighty Prince, James the II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, &c., which was made at Leicester, February the 10th, 1684/5 by Benj. Camfield ... Camfield, Benjamin, 1638-1693. 1685 (1685) Wing C386; ESTC R5823 16,477 30 View Text
A63996 England's breath stopp'd being the counter-part of Jvdah's miseries lamented publickly in the New-Church at Westminster on January 30 being the anniversary of the martydom of King Charles the First of blessed memory / by Robert Twisse. Twisse, Robert, d. 1674. 1665 (1665) Wing T3416A; ESTC R967 16,659 42 View Text
A02492 A sermon preached at Barstaple vpon occasion of the late happy success of Gods Church in forraine parts. By G.H. D.D. Hakewill, George, 1578-1649. 1632 (1632) STC 12620; ESTC S117907 16,704 39 View Text
A59357 The subjects joy for the Kings restoration, cheerfully made known in a sacred masque gratefully made publique for His Sacred Majesty / by the author of Inqvisitio Anglicana. Sadler, Anthony, b. 1610. 1660 (1660) Wing S273; ESTC R7841 16,761 49 View Text
A62599 A sermon preached at Lincolns-Inn-Chappel, on the 31th of January, 1688 being the day appointed for a publick thanksgiving to Almighty God for having made His Highness the Prince of Orange the glorious instrument of the great deliverance of this kingdom from popery & arbitrary power / by John Tillotson ... Tillotson, John, 1630-1694. 1689 (1689) Wing T1236; ESTC R6939 16,918 45 View Text
A68827 A treatise concernynge generall councilles, the byshoppes of Rome, and the clergy Alesius, Alexander, 1500-1565, attributed name. 1538 (1538) STC 24237; ESTC S119686 16,965 70 View Text
A38780 The voice of the people for a king shewing the only way for the future settlement and peace of England, humbly presented to His Excellency the Lord General Monck / by Arise Evans. Evans, Arise, b. 1607.; Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670. 1659 (1659) Wing E3474; ESTC R27971 16,994 34 View Text
A56794 Sheba's conspiracy and Amasa's confederacy, or, A modest vindication of the national association entred into by the Honorable House of Commons, Feb. 25th, 1695 being a sermon preach'd in the parish-church of St. James Clarkenwell, March 29th / by D. Pead ... Pead, Deuel, d. 1727. 1696 (1696) Wing P964; ESTC R3632 17,091 32 View Text
A33293 A sermon preached to a country auditory upon the eleventh of November being the day appointed for a solemn Thanksgiving for a late victory at sea, and His Majesty's safe return out of Flanders / by Samuel Clerke ... Clark, Samuel, 1626-1701. 1693 (1693) Wing C4497; ESTC R39372 17,355 33 View Text
A17900 The pathe of obedience, compiled by Iames Cancellar, one of the Quenes Maiesties moste honourable chapell Cancellar, James, 1556 (1556) STC 4565; ESTC S116839 17,463 70 View Text
A44835 Antichristianism reproved, and the doctrine of Christ and his apostles justified against swearing in answer to John Tombe's six propositions for the lawfulness of swearing : all which propositions are both against Christ and his apostles doctrine, as is here proved according to the Scriptures ... / by Richard Hubberthorn. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing H3219; ESTC R4447 17,577 25 View Text
A07775 The shielde and revvarde of the faithfull. Or a meditation vpon Genesis 15. chap. vers. 1. Written by Philip of Mornay Lord of Plessis-Marly and faithfully translated according to the last French copie Mornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly, 1549-1623.; J. B. (John Bulteel), d. 1669. 1620 (1620) STC 18154; ESTC S120356 17,740 81 View Text
A60146 Resignation to the divine good pleasure in every condition recommended as the duty and happiness of every good man in a sermon from 2 Sam. XV, 26. Shower, John, 1657-1715. 1684 (1684) Wing S3682; ESTC R10146 17,860 35 View Text
A34365 God and the king, or, Monarchy proved from Holy Writ to be the onely legitimate species of politick government, and the onely polity constituted and appointed by God wherein the phantasied principles of supereminencing the peoples welfare above the kings honour, and popular election of kings are manifested to be groundless and unseasonable / briefly collected by Robert Constable. Constable, Robert. 1680 (1680) Wing C5935; ESTC R24780 17,869 35 View Text
A86361 A New-Years-gift for women. Being a true looking-glass which they seldome have in their own closets, where (for the most part) are none but flattering ones: but hereby, and herein, they may truly, plainly, and directly, see their duties, both towards God, and their own husbands. With an epistle dedicatory, directed to the feminine gender (never done before) nor the like extant in no printed book. However, many have dedicated to one or two vertuous ladies, upon some good reasons moving the author thereunto. But never any (as this is) to the whole sex of women, of what rank or quality soever they be. Hill, William, 1619-1667. 1660 (1660) Wing H2035; Thomason E2114_1; ESTC R212662 17,927 71 View Text
A58824 Children of Beliall, or, The rebells wherein these three questions are discussed : I. whether God or the people be the author and efficient of monarchie? II. whether the King be singulis major, but universis minor? III. whether it be lawfull for subjects to beare armes or to contribute for the maintenance of a warre against the King? T. S.; Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626.; Swadlin, Thomas, 1600-1670. 1647 (1647) Wing S2082; ESTC R8516 17,999 28 View Text
A93723 The magistrates dignity and duty. Being a sermon preached on Octob. 30. 1653. at Pauls Church before the Right Honourable, Thomas Viner, Lord Major, and the aldermen of the city of London. Being the first sermon after his entrance into his majoralty. By William Spurstowe, D.D. minister of Gods Word at Hackney neere London. Spurstowe, William, 1605?-1666. 1654 (1654) Wing S5095; Thomason E727_3; ESTC R203652 18,023 51 View Text
A47177 A sermon preached at the meeting of Protestant dissenters called Quakers in Turners-Hall, London, on the 16th of the second month, 1696 : being the publick day of thanksgiving for the deliverance of the King and Kingdom : to which is added a testimony ... to King William the III from the aforesaid people ... / by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1696 (1696) Wing K208; ESTC R28960 18,109 32 View Text
A02906 [A tragedye or enterlude manyfestyng the chefe promyses of God unto man by all ages in the olde lawe from the fall of Adam to the incarnacyon of the lorde Iesus Christ. Compyled by Johan Bale ...]; Chief promises of God unto man Bale, John, 1495-1563. 1547 (1547) STC 1305; ESTC S109167 18,224 40 View Text
A04853 A sermon preached in St. Maries at Oxford the 24. of March being the day of his sacred Maiesties inauguration and Maundie thursday. By John Kinge Doctor of Divinity, Deane of Christ Church, and Vicechancellor of the Vniversitie. King, John, 1559?-1621. 1608 (1608) STC 14987; ESTC S106564 18,225 34 View Text
A91738 Deaths advantage; opened in a sermon preached at Northampton, at the funeral of Peter Whalley Esq; then mayor of the said town. And now upon the earnest desires of his friends published by Edward Reynolds. D.D. Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. 1657 (1657) Wing R1244; Thomason E501_2; Thomason E912_6; ESTC R206048 18,423 35 View Text
A87630 A sermon preach't at Christs-Church Dublin before the generall convention of Ireland. May 24. 1660. By Henry Jones D.D. Vicechancellour of the University of Dublin and Bishop of Clogher. Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. 1660 (1660) Wing J952; Thomason E1041_3; ESTC R207927 18,448 32 View Text
A53951 David and the Amalekite upon the death of Saul a sermon preached on Jan. 30, 1682, being the anniversary of the martyrdom of King Charles I of blessed memory / by Edward Pelling ... Pelling, Edward, d. 1718. 1683 (1683) Wing P1077; ESTC R683 18,608 35 View Text