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A86267 Dr. Hewit's Letter to Dr Wilde on Monday, June 7. 1658 being the day before he suffered death, and read by Dr. Wilde at his funerall. Hewit, John, 1614-1658. 1658 (1658) Wing H1633; Thomason 669.f.21[6]; ESTC R211085 1,047 1 View Text
A43858 The Protestants wonderment, or, A strange and unheard of oraison put up by the Papists found in the pocket of Captain Iames Rauley, a rebell in Ireland : sent from Dublin in a letter of note / by Captain Edmond Hippisley to Sir Iohn Hippisley knight, a member of the House of Commons. Hippisley, Edmund. 1642 (1642) Wing H2070; ESTC R22156 1,238 8 View Text
A09931 Lorde omnipotent and moste mercyfull father gyue us remissyon of our synne, and graunt us delyueraunce from all oure iniquitie. 1552 (1552) STC 20191; ESTC S112949 1,415 1 View Text
A09736 [An, A,B,C, wyth a cathechisme, that is to saye, an instruction to be learned of euerye chylde before he be brought to be confyrmed ...] [sette forth by thee Kinges Maiestye ; whereunto is also ioyned the letany and suffrages]. 1551 (1551) STC 20.3; ESTC S554 1,492 12 View Text
A39113 An Elegy on the death of that reverend divine, and truely pious, humble, charitable servant of our Lord Jesus Christ, Mr. John Turnor, late of Hatton-Garden who departed this life the 18th of February, and was interr'd the 22th day of the same moneth, 1692 [i.e. 1693] 1693 (1693) Wing E393A; ESTC R36106 1,556 1 View Text
A88634 Sir Charles Lucas his last speech at the place of execution, where hee was shot to death. Lucas, Charles, Sir, 1613-1648.; Coke, Roger, fl. 1696. 1648 (1648) Wing L3390; Thomason E462_20; ESTC R205073 1,562 7 View Text
A40297 To the flock of Christ every where to be read in their assemblies. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1681 (1681) Wing F1955A; ESTC R215514 1,856 1 View Text
A40145 Concerning such as have forbidden preaching or teaching in the name of Jesus and such as are ashamed to confess Him before men, and call not on the name of the Lord, &c. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1684 (1684) Wing F1772A; ESTC R220228 2,000 1 View Text
A51329 For her highness the most illustrious incomparabley virtuous and religious lady Elizabeth Princess Dowager. Given by a loyall true old friend, and most affectionately devoted servant. A funerall oration; or in a truth, a most just plain wrought panegyrick of the most mighty Lord Oliver Cromwell Protector of England, &c from the love of the most illustrious Lord Thomas de la More, Knight of the Banner, and Garter Royall. And of Great Brittany, France, and Ireland, &c. the most unconquered and thrice adorned standard bearer. More, Thomas, d. 1685. 1659 (1659) Wing M2692A; ESTC R221902 2,114 5 View Text
A25934 Articles of impeachment against George Lord Digby by the Commons in this present Parliament assembled, in maintenance of their accusation whereby hee standeth accused with high treason in their names, and in the names of all the Common in England : whereunto is added a strange and unheard of oraison put by the papists ... England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing A3852; ESTC R11675 2,213 8 View Text
A39371 Reflections upon some passages in a book entituled, A defence of a book entituled, The snake in the grass by Edmund Elys. Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1700 (1700) Wing E691; ESTC R41124 2,681 8 View Text
A33178 A continvation of the Irish rebels proceedings, with our victories over them declaring the falsehood and perfidiousnesse of those rogues in the taking of Bellturbet, and their inhumanities there by sacking, and pillaging, throwing children into the river with pitchforks, striping 1500 starke naked driving them towards Dublin, the drowning, and killing many of them by the way, cutting of Protestant ministers in peices, and searching womens privites &c. : with a charme that was found in a rebels pocket, and a prayer the friers doe teach the poore rebells to Our Lady, which as they tell them secures them in their holy warre : penned in a letter / by Alderman Cillard of Dublin .. and sent to Master Keneday his nephew now resident at Lincolnes Inne on Feb. 28. Cillard, Alderman.; Sullian, Sankey. Continuation of the Irish proceedings. 1642 (1642) Wing C4324; ESTC R22879 3,414 8 View Text
B00036 A [Br]ief rehersall of [the] beleef of the goodwilling [in E]nglande/ which are named, the [Fame]lie of Love/ with the confessi[on] of their vpright christen religion against/ the false accusation of their gaine-speakers / [Set]-forth Anno. 1575. 1575 (1575) STC 10681.5; ESTC S92512 3,452 17 View Text
A86746 The humble petition and addresse of the officers of the Army, to the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England, &c. Thursday, May 12, 1659. Ordered by the officers of the Army, that this petition and address be forthwith printed and published. Thomas Sandford Secretary. England and Wales. Army. 1659 (1659) Wing H3428; Thomason E983_7; ESTC R7769 3,506 15 View Text
A65852 The Christianity of the people commonly called Quakers asserted against the unjust charge of their being no Christians, upon several questions relating to those matters wherein their Christian belief is questioned. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1689 (1689) Wing W1910; ESTC R217347 3,870 2 View Text
B06572 The Christianity of the people commonly called Quakers, asserted against the unjust charge of their being no Christians, upon several questions relating to these matters, wherein their Christian belief is questioned. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1693 (1693) Wing W1914; ESTC R186518 3,976 18 View Text
B00341 A short forme of thankesgiving to God, for staying the contagious sickenes of the plague: to be used in common prayer, on Sundayes, Wednesdayes and Fridayes / Set forth by authoritie. 1604 (1604) STC 16533; ESTC S93951 4,023 15 View Text
A78962 His Majesties prayers which he used in time of his sufferings. Delivered to Doctor Juxon, Bishop of London, immediately before his death, with his severall speeches to his children, (viz.) the Duke of Glocester, and the Lady Elizabeth. And a letter from the Prince to the King his father. Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.; Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685. 1649 (1649) Wing C2539; Thomason E1317_2; ESTC R209047 4,184 16 View Text
A35841 A general epistle to be read in the fear of God in and amongst the assemblies of his people by William Dewsbury. Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. 1682 (1682) Wing D1270; ESTC R1346 4,247 12 View Text
A84076 A monstrous dispute: or, The language of the beast, in two men professing themselves ministers of the Gospel; both proved at a publike dispute in Lumber-street, Oct. 12. 1653. I. That they are no men, but beasts. II. That they are no ministers, but monsters. William Erbery. Erbery, William, 1604-1654. 1653 (1653) Wing E3233; Thomason E714_25; ESTC R207252 4,476 8 View Text
A09738 The A. B. C set forthe by the Kynges maiestie and his clergye, and commaunded to be taught through out all his realme All other vtterly set a part as the teachers thereof tender his graces fauour. 1547 (1547) STC 20; ESTC S110721 4,511 18 View Text
A49835 The exercise of the spirit in spiritual things and the many good and peaceable fruits of righteousness experimentally witnessed ... Laythes, Thomas, d. 1701. 1686 (1686) Wing L751; ESTC R24001 4,532 8 View Text
A09926 A fourme of prayer to be vsed in priuate houses euery mornyng and euenyng 1570 (1570) STC 20188.7; ESTC S486 4,664 9 View Text
A85809 The Hebrews deliverance at hand. Declared by me Joshuah Garment in Clarken-well New Prison. Garment, Joshuah. 1651 (1651) Wing G261; Thomason E640_18; ESTC R206676 4,669 8 View Text
A09426 The foundation of Christian religion gathered into sixe principles. And it is to be learned of ignorant people, that they may be fit to heare sermons with profit, and to receiue the Lords Supper with comfort. Perkins, William, 1588-1602. 1618 (1618) STC 19717; ESTC S110444 4,800 18 View Text
A61138 The Christian doctrine: or, A short catechism Briefly shewing how to become a Christian: how to continue a Christian. Divided into ten heads, for the ease of memory. Approved by sundry elders of the baptized churches. J. S. 1678 (1678) Wing S49AA; ESTC R213986 5,229 17 View Text
A96916 A vvord in season: or motives to peace, accomodation, and unity, 'twixt Presbyterian and Independent brethren Drawn from necessity of duty, necessity of expediency, and from the possibility of atchieving. Walwyn, William, 1600-1681, attributed name. 1646 (1646) Wing W3547D; Thomason E314_18; ESTC R200502 5,418 9 View Text
A29302 A loving salutation to all Friends every where, in this great day of tryal, to stand faithful unto God, over all sufferings whatsoever Brend, William, d. 1676. 1662 (1662) Wing B4359; ESTC R106 5,495 8 View Text
A07230 The dysclosi[n]g of the canon of the popysh masse wyth a sermon annexed vnto it, of the famous clerke, of worthye memorye. D. Marten Luther. Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. aut 1547 (1547) STC 17627; ESTC S106758 5,622 23 View Text
A57217 Love without dissimulation, or, The letter & directions of Robert Rich to M. John Raynes, for the distributing his benevolence to the seven churches in London Rich, Robert, d. 1679. 1667 (1667) Wing R1361; ESTC R6306 5,700 7 View Text
A95905 A salutation of love unto all who have known the call of God and have in measure believed therein so far as to make open confession to his name and truth, and yet sit down short of the heavenly possession, through want of faithfulness thereunto, so come not to witness a being gathered into God's vineyard, to labour therein, which alone obtains the reward, and fits for his heavenly kingdom / by Richard Vickris. Vickris, Richard, d. 1700. 1697 (1697) Wing V340; ESTC R43808 5,873 28 View Text
A86904 The spirituall verses and prose of James Hunt, which shall be plainly showne, God hath lighted my candle within his glorious throne. Hunt, James, 17th cent. 1648 (1648) Wing H3738; Thomason E476_38; ESTC R205521 6,323 12 View Text
B10121 A testimony and wholesome advice concerning marriage. Seaton, Alexander.; Edmundson, William, 1627-1712.; Bingley, William, 1651-1715. Epistle of love and tender advice, to friends and brethren in America, or elsewhere.; Whitehead, Anne, 1624-1686. Epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ.; Elson, Mary, 1623 or 4-1707. Epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ 1680 (1680) Wing T807A; ESTC R221301 6,513 15 View Text
A80582 Two queries worthy of serious consideration, concerning the gospel faith of the lord Jesus the Christ once given unto the saints, Matth. 16. 16. I Ioh. 5.1. Cornwell, Francis. 1646 (1646) Wing C6338; Thomason E324_13; ESTC R200616 6,647 8 View Text
A65901 A general epistle to be read amongst friends in all their meetings Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. 1682 (1682) Wing W1978; ESTC R30198 6,717 11 View Text
A61430 A kind invitation to the people called Quakers, to the due consideration of some important truths in a letter and twenty questions, sent long since to their second-days meeting, and now to them all. To both which, an answer from their present yearly meeting, 1697. is desired. Stephens, Edward, d. 1706. 1697 (1697) Wing S5428; ESTC R222006 6,893 9 View Text
A86330 A discourse of the souls of men, women, and children; and of the holy and blessed angels in heaven, and of the evil and damned spirits in hell: shewing that they are immortal, spiritual substances, as well as the angels in heaven. Written because this author met with four willfull ignorant men at one time, which said, the souls of men, women, and children, were nothing but breath, and vanished into air, when as the body went to the grave. These unfaithful people ought to be answered and reproved: / by the author, Thomas Hicks. Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. 1657 (1657) Wing H1882; Thomason E903_5; ESTC R207421 6,951 15 View Text
A54064 Some sensible, weighty queries, concerning some things very sweet and necessary to be experienced in the truly-Christian state whereunto is added A postscript, containing some queries on Isa. 50. 10, 11. A scripture of deep counsel & concern to the darkned and distressed states, of some among those that fear & obey the Lord. Written by one, who hath been sorely darkned and distressed, for a long season, but at length mercifnlly [sic] enlightned & comforted by the hand which afflicted & distressed him, Isaac Penington. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1677 (1677) Wing P1203; ESTC R220472 6,976 21 View Text
A54033 The everlasting Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and the blessed effects thereof testified to by experience : with a few words to England, my native country / by Isaac Penington. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1678 (1678) Wing P1165; ESTC R28790 7,201 14 View Text
A87204 A declaration and proclamation of the Deputy-General of Ireland, concerning the present hand of God in the visitation of the plague; and for the exercise of fasting and prayer in relation thereunto. Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton); Ireton, Henry, 1611-1651. 1650 (1650) Wing I1030; Thomason E612_3; ESTC R206477 7,242 15 View Text
A94125 A supply of prayer for the ships of this kingdom that want ministers to pray with them: agreeable to the directory established by Parliament. Published by authority. 1645 (1645) Wing S6191; Thomason E284_16; ESTC R200062 7,356 16 View Text
A90974 Unity our duty. In twelve considerations humbly presented to the godly, reverend, and learned brethren of the Presbyterian judgement; and the dissenting godly, reverend, and learned brethren, commonly called independant; contending together about church governement. Which tends earnestly to dissvvade them from bitter speaking, and writing one against another. By I. P. Licensed and published according to order. Price, John, Citizen of London. 1645 (1645) Wing P3350; Thomason E26_14; ESTC R6462 7,462 11 View Text
A81042 An epistle to Friends, for union and edification of the Church of God in Christ Jesus. By his servant, John Crook. Crook, John, 1617-1699 1698 (1698) Wing C7209; ESTC R171614 7,559 17 View Text
A25381 Andrewes Golden chaine to linke the penitent sinner unto Almighty God richly adorned with ornaments of Holy Scripture ... : newly made in a godly prayer taken out of the pure fountaine of Holy Scripture, very necessary to cure the sick soule of a sinner, and to draw him from desperation, if with a beleeving faith he will daily use it in prayer unto Almighty God. Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. 1645 (1645) Wing A3122; ESTC R27881 7,593 21 View Text
B02748 The doting Athenians imposing questions, no proofs. In answer to their questions and most apparent mistakes, about the people commonly called Quakers and their profession. This being our 5th. answer to their Mercuries of the 7th. 11th. and 14th. of June last. 1692 (1692) Wing D1954A; ESTC R174714 7,803 2 View Text
A48212 A letter to an honourable member of the House of Commons, in the vindication of the Protestant Reformed Church, as established by law, in opposition to the superstitious and idolatrous Church of Rome 1679 (1679) Wing L1699; ESTC R5726 7,854 16 View Text
A09704 A poore mannes beneuolence to the afflicted Church Pits, John. 1566 (1566) STC 19969; ESTC S114729 7,855 26 View Text
A29718 An invitation of love unto the seed of God throughout the world with a word to the wise in heart, and a lamentation for New-England : given forth from the movings of the spirit of the Lord / by ... Jone Brooksop. Brooksop, Jone, d. 1680. 1662 (1662) Wing B4983; ESTC R10126 8,381 16 View Text
A38396 England's golden watch-bell. Summoning an alarum to death and judgement Licensed according to order. 1689 (1689) Wing E2970C; ESTC R215381 8,413 24 View Text
A20021 A letter, containing a most briefe discourse apologeticall with a plaine demonstration, and feruent protestation, for the lawfull, sincere, very faithfull and Christian course, of the philosophicall studies and exercises, of a certaine studious gentleman: an ancient seruant to her most excellent Maiesty royall. Dee, John, 1527-1608. 1599 (1599) STC 6460; ESTC S109492 8,418 24 View Text
A89814 Proh tempora! Proh Mores! or an unfained caveat to all true Protestants, not in any case to touch any of these three serpents; viz. Mr Erbery's Babe of glory. The mad-mans plea, and Mr. Christopher Feakes exhortations. Whose language is infectious, and whose stings are mortiferous, therefore of all Gods people to be shunned, as those which intend nothing more then Christian persecution. Written by J.N. a mechanick.; Proh tempora! Proh mores!. J. N. 1654 (1654) Wing N23; Thomason E727_11; ESTC R206819 8,436 8 View Text
A35948 Complaints and queries vpon Englands misery acted Octob. 13, 1659, by some officers of the army, against the Parliament of the common-wealth of England / by a true lover of the lawes and liberties of England, E.D. E. D., True lover of the lawes and liberties of England. 1659 (1659) Wing D14; ESTC R12374 8,590 9 View Text
A57890 The last words of Coll. Richard Rumbold, Mad. Alicia Lisle, Alderman Henry Cornish, and Mr.Richard Nelthrop who were executed in England and Scotland for high treason in the year 1685. Rumbold, Richard, 1622?-1685.; Lisle, Alice, 1614?-1685.; Nelthorpe, Richard, d. 1685.; Cornish, Henry, d. 1685. 1685 (1685) Wing R2269; ESTC R218494 8,629 8 View Text
A64776 A vindication of Jesus Christ, the immaculate lamb of God from the foul and blasphemous imputation of one Thomas Powel ... who affirmed, that Jesus Christ was the greatest sinner in the world : with an answer to a paper put forth by him, entituled A word to the wise is enough .../ by John Vaughton ... Vaughton, John, 1644-1712. 1676 (1676) Wing V160; ESTC R1048 8,668 16 View Text
A07390 An excellent and a right learned meditacion, compiled in two prayers most frutefull and necessary to be vsed and said of al ttue [sic] English men, in these daungerous daies of affliction, for the comfort and better stay of the christen co[n]science, bewailing the deserued plages of England. Bale, John, 1495-1563, attributed name. 1554 (1554) STC 17773; ESTC S112491 8,672 27 View Text
A48222 A Letter to Mr. Robert Bridgman, George Keith's trophy, in answer to his reasons for leaving the Quaqers [sic] 1700 (1700) Wing L1717; ESTC R41469 8,845 18 View Text
A49852 Judgment brought forth unto victory, and mercy kissing j[udgm]ent being t[he] work and mercy of God (upon my soul) which conduceth to his praise : also a tender invitation of love unto the professors and to the prophane, to come unto Christ that they may have life / written in the fear of the Lord, and as moved by his Holy Spirit through his servant, Francis Lea. Lea, Francis. 1671 (1671) Wing L764; ESTC R41437 8,877 31 View Text
A56113 To all ye who be called Baptists who call yourselves saints and church-members Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. 1657 (1657) Wing P387; ESTC R28772 9,000 10 View Text
A27462 A sermon preached at the assizes held at Leicester, July xxii. MDCLXXVI before the Right Honourable Sir Edward Atkins Lord Chief Baron, and Sir Christopher Milton, Baron of the Exchequer / by the Honourable George Berkeley ... Berkeley, George, 1651 or 2-1694.; Atkyns, Edward, Sir, 1630-1698.; Milton, Christopher, Sir, 1615-1693. 1686 (1686) Wing B1970; ESTC R8808 9,310 30 View Text
A76706 Gods glory vindicated and blasphemy confuted: being a brief and plain ansvver to that blasphemous book intituled, Twelve arguments against the deity of the Holy Ghost, written by Tho. Bidle Master of Arts, and now burnt by speciall command from the Parliament on Wednesday the 8 of this present September, by the common hangman. Wherein the arguments of the said book are set down together with proper answers thereto. And twelve anti-arguments proving the deity of the Holy Ghost. Biddle, John, 1615-1662. Twelve arguments drawn out of the Scripture. 1647 (1647) Wing B2883; Wing G954; Thomason E407_6; ESTC R13062 9,376 12 View Text
B06714 The Athenian Society unvaild: or, Their ignorance and envious abusing of the Quakers detected and reprehended Wyeth, Joseph, 1663-1731.; Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. 1692 (1692) Wing W3760; ESTC R186898 9,433 4 View Text
A26135 The spirits voice concerning himselfe, or, A faithful and clear discovery of the operations of the spirit in the hearts of the saints by Peter Atkinson ... Atkinson, Peter, 17th cent. 1659 (1659) Wing A4130; ESTC R17494 9,440 22 View Text
A34598 Set on the great pot a sermon upon hospitality / preach'd at a late visitation at Turnbridge in Kent on 2 Kings IV. 38 by H.C. H. C. (Henry Cornwallis), 1654?-1710. 1694 (1694) Wing C6334; ESTC R28413 9,452 32 View Text
A40265 A Spiritual or heavenly salutation to all the tender-hearted in Christendom that are seeking the kingdom of God and the righteousness therof which I desire and intreat them to read over these following lines in the love of God, in which they are sent to them from him that desires the good of all mankind here, and their eternal happiness hereafter / [by] George Fox. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1690 (1690) Wing F1919; ESTC R36423 9,457 16 View Text
A63243 The duty of a Christian towards his neighbour considered in a sermon peached upon occasion of the Huntingdonshire feast at St. Swithin's Church, London, the 24th of June, being the Feast of St. J. Baptist / by Charles Trimnell. Trimnell, Charles, 1663-1723. 1697 (1697) Wing T2280; ESTC R25663 9,487 32 View Text
A93431 Some queries propounded to this professing generation the people called Baptists, or any of the professors upon the earth for them to answer, and heedfully to weigh and consider Smith, William, d. 1673. 1659 (1659) Wing S4331; ESTC R229335 9,565 10 View Text
A64460 A Testimony to the Lord's power and blessed appearance in and amongst children wherein is expressed the great love of God to them ... 1679 (1679) Wing T822; ESTC R33915 9,634 15 View Text
A65850 A Christian epistle to Friends in general of weighty concern, for their present and future peace and safety from the soul's adversary's subtill devices and snares of death. To be carefully communicated to the children of light, and professors thereof every where. Being faithfully given forth, and recommended from the spirit of Christ; by his servant George Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1689 (1689) Wing W1906; ESTC R220965 9,717 18 View Text
A40035 A winding-sheet for England's ministry which hath a name to live, but is dead sent to John Owen, called Dr. in that ministry, and late vice-chancellor of Oxford, and is in answer to his printed paper concerning tythes : or, an examination of those scriptures by which he seems to prove, that the publike maintenance for preachers of the Gospel by way of tythes, is a gospel-maintenance, but upon examination thereof by the scriptures, he is found to be a subverter of them, and, that tythes is no lawful maintenance for gospel-ministers. Foster, T. 1658 (1658) Wing F1637; ESTC R38887 9,915 8 View Text
A18925 A tract of prayer by He. Clapham. Clapham, Henoch, fl. 1600. 1602 (1602) STC 5346.5; ESTC S749 9,973 42 View Text
A19458 Andrewes caueat to win sinners A true and perfect way to win carelesse sinners (if there be but the least sparke of grace in them) vnto speedy repentance, that in the end they may obtaine eternall life. Directed vnto all the elect children of God, which truly repent. Newly published by Iohn Andrewes preacher of Gods Word. Being first seene and allowed. Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. 1631 (1631) STC 588; ESTC S115924 10,032 26 View Text
A49280 Love the pretious oyntment, that flowes downe from the head Christ Jesus, to all his members, and makes them dwell together in unity 1654 (1654) Wing L3222; ESTC R3849 10,092 16 View Text
A96990 A vindication of W.P. from the erronious [sic] and false testimony of Thomas Budd: being in answer to a sheet of his, entituled, A testimony for truth, against error. / By Joseph Wyeth. Wyeth, Joseph, 1663-1731. 1697 (1697) Wing W3763; ESTC R186899 10,261 29 View Text
A02517 The best bargaine A sermon preached to the Court at Theobalds. on Sunday, Sept. 21. 1623. By Ios. Hall D.D. Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1623 (1623) STC 12646; ESTC S118996 10,422 45 View Text
A39360 Letters to Mr. Hughes of Plymouth, and Mr. Ford of Exeter, concerning the common prayer from Edm. Elis. Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707.; Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674.; Hughes, Thomas, 1603-1667. 1660 (1660) Wing E680; ESTC R25045 10,521 26 View Text
A42157 The baptist not Babylonish, or The Quakers tongue no slander Being a brief reply to a foolish and scandalous pamphlet called the Babylonish baptist. Written by G.W. a Quaker-teacher. Wherein his malice, insolence, and ignorance is discovered and detected. And a book lately published, intituled, Light from the sun of righteousness, is vindicated from those pretended contradictions, and groundless cavils made against it. H.G. Grigg, Henry. 1672 (1672) Wing G2021A; ESTC R219909 10,599 32 View Text
A65883 The Quaker vindication against Francis Bugg's calumnies in his scandalous pamphlet stiled, Something in answer to the allegations of the Quakers (in their printed case presented to the House of Commons, December 1693) ... ; together with Francis Bugg's own vindication of the people called Quakers since he left them and turned to the Church of England. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1694 (1694) Wing W1950; ESTC R35241 10,738 5 View Text
A42007 A general epistle to the whole flock of God wheresoever scattered upon the face of the earth who are among men called Quakers, whether in prisons or sentenced for transportation or in any other tryals or temptations whatsoever unto you and for your sakes ... / Thomas Green. Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. 1665 (1665) Wing G1843; ESTC R28046 10,984 18 View Text
A50181 An epistle to the Christian Indians, giving them a short account, of what the English desire them to know and to do, in order to their happiness written by an English minister, at the desire of an English magistrate, who sends unto them this token of love. Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. 1700 (1700) Wing M1178; ESTC W18263 11,109 30 View Text
A41056 An evident demonstration to Gods elect which clearly manifesteth to them I. How necessary and expedient it is for them to come to witnesse true faith, II. That after they have attained to the faith, it must be tried as gold is tried in the fire, III. It shews how many have departed from the faith and denied it, IV. That the standing of the saints is by faith in the Son of God, V. How strong Abraham was in the faith and how all that believe are to look unto him / by Margret Fell. Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. 1660 (1660) Wing F630; ESTC R36425 11,187 17 View Text
A19494 A celestiall looking-glasse to behold the beauty of heauen. Directed vnto all the elect children of God, very briefly composed, and authentically penned, that it may be effectually gained. Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. 1621 (1621) STC 592; ESTC S115930 11,270 56 View Text
A90284 Proposals for the furtherance and propagation of the gospel in this nation. As the same were hubly presented to the Honourable Committee of Parliament by divers ministers of the gospell, and others. As also, some principles of Christian religion, without the beliefe of which, the Scriptures doe plainly and clearly affirme, salvation is not to be obtained. Which were also presented in explanation of one of the said proposals. Owen, John, 1616-1683. 1652 (1652) Wing O799; Thomason E683_12; ESTC R206815 11,288 23 View Text
A25352 A visitation in love to those of the people called Baptists, with whom the Lords Spirit yet ceaseth not to strive, that have not slain the witness by making war, and contending against the light ... by one who travels in the Spirit for their souls good ... J.A. Anderdon, John, 1624?-1685. 1660 (1660) Wing A3084; ESTC R35 11,450 16 View Text
A57062 A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, on Sunday, Aug. 16, 1691 by Nathanael Resbury ... Resbury, Nathanael, 1643-1711. 1691 (1691) Wing R1132; ESTC R12711 11,474 32 View Text
A96388 The Christian doctrin [sic] and society of the people called Quakers; cleared from the reproach of the late division of a few in some part of America, as not being justly chargeable upon the body of the said people there or elsewhere. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1693 (1693) Wing W1905; ESTC R233931 11,485 22 View Text
A87721 Seekers supplied, or Three and forty non-church queries by Scripture answered. Penned and publish't for the vindication of Christs commands, and edification and confirmation of his people. / By Thomas Killcop, servant to Christ Iesus, the King of Kings. Killcop, Thomas. 1646 (1646) Wing K439; Thomason E359_14; ESTC R201173 11,591 18 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
A81088 A vvord in season to the kingdom of England. Or, A precious cordiall for a distempered kingdom. Wherein are laid down things profitable, and usefull for all, and offensive to none that love the truth and peace. / By the meanest of the servants of Jesus Christ, M. Cary. Cary, Mary. 1647 (1647) Wing C739; Thomason E393_26; ESTC R201606 11,809 16 View Text
A96214 Questions propounded by the natural man by way of reasoning. And answered by the spiritual man: but the natural man receiveth not the things of the spirit of God, for they are foolishness unto him; neither can he know them: it is written for the use of them that halteth, that they may be gathered: in which reason Babylon is fanned, and her land emptied, for so it is written. Whereunto is added a few lines for the rulers of the land, in love to their souls. West, Robert, fl. 1683, attributed name.; R. W. 1657 (1657) Wing W1384; Thomason E910_9; ESTC R207516 11,824 16 View Text
A76116 The civil magistrates coercive power in religious matters asserted, in a sermon [on Matt. vii. 12] preached at the assizes at Hertford, March the 7th, 1683/4 by Ralph Battel ... Battell, Ralph, 1649-1713. 1684 (1684) Wing B1148A; ESTC R209185 11,968 32 View Text
A02034 A looking-glasse for Christians; or, The comfortable doctrine of adoption Wherein euery true beleeuer may behold his blessed estate in the kingdome of grace. By Thomas Granger, preacher of Gods Word at Butterwike in Holland in Lincolnshire. Granger, Thomas, b. 1578. 1620 (1620) STC 12180; ESTC S120398 11,980 38 View Text
A61269 A sermon preached at the temple, the Svnday after the church was opened being then newly repaird, adorned and beautified at the joynt expense of the two honorable societies / by John Standish. Standish, John, d. 1686. 1683 (1683) Wing S5219; ESTC R33852 11,999 33 View Text
A68116 The blessed'st birth that euer was: or, The blessed birth of our Lord and Sauior Iesus Christ Preached at the Fleet, the 25. of Decem: A. Dom. 1627. By Henry Greenvvood preacher of the word of God. Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5. 1634 (1634) STC 12332A; ESTC S113901 12,140 45 View Text
A77441 A Brief method of hearing Mass with profitable advantage to such as shall make constant use and practice of it : to which is added prayers for the king, &c. in English and Latin. 1685 (1685) Wing B4604A; ESTC R42665 12,256 47 View Text
A86899 A plaine and briefe discovery of those two beasts that are written, Revel. 13 And to show what dishonour and disgrace the clergie bring against Christ and his glorious church in reading some part of the service-book. Againe I praise God I have shewed in briefe the true signification of Christ and his glorious church, with those holy ordinances that doe belong unto it. Gathered and directed by that grace God hath given to me James Hunt. All glory be to God on high. Hunt, James, 17th cent. 1643 (1643) Wing H3731; Thomason E70_12; ESTC R1261 12,315 16 View Text
A37279 A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor and aldermen at Guild-Hall chappel on Sunday the 11th of April being the anniversary of His Majesties coronation microform / by Sir William Dawes, Baronet ... Dawes, William, Sir, 1671-1724. 1697 (1697) Wing D457; ESTC R17840 12,505 40 View Text
A00395 The great mystery of godliness Jesus Christ our Lord God and man, and man with God; one in Jesus Christ our Lord. By Mr. Erbury minister of the word. Erbery, William, 1604-1654. 1640 (1640) STC 10511.5; ESTC S120456 12,519 43 View Text
A40177 An epistle for friends for them to read Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1679 (1679) Wing F1811; ESTC R43174 12,546 19 View Text
A52859 Goodness proved to be the best protection from the arrests of all harmes in a sermon preached before the University, upon Innocents Day, in great St. Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville ... Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. 1687 (1687) Wing N520; ESTC R12406 12,552 33 View Text
A67107 Forms of prayer for a family. Composed by the late pious and learned John Worthington D.D. Published by the right reverend Father in God Edward, Lord Bishop of Gloucester Worthington, John, 1618-1671.; Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. 1693 (1693) Wing W3622; ESTC R217193 12,575 50 View Text