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A00737 Finch his alphabet, or, A godly direction, fit to be perused of each true Christian Finch, Mr. 1635 (1635) STC 10869.5; ESTC S3043 1,688 1 View Text
A62899 An elegy on the His Grace John Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. A pindaric Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. 1695 (1695) Wing T185; ESTC R222176 2,638 11 View Text
A03699 An easie entrance into the principles of religion set down for the preparatio[n] of the vnlearned sort to the right receiuing of the holy Supper of our onely Sauiour Iesus Christ / by William Horne. Horne, William. 1610 (1610) STC 13826.5; ESTC S2744 2,712 10 View Text
A81582 A new catechism short and plain, and very necessary to be learned of the youn ger [sic] sort, before they come to be partakers of the Holy Communion. Published for the benefit of Shaffham School, Norfolk. By Geo. Dochant, minister of Gods word, and there teacher in a private school. Dochant, George. 1654 (1654) Wing D1757; Thomason E1470_2; ESTC R208693 2,995 9 View Text
A96394 A few positions of the sincere belief and Christian doctrine of the people of God called Quakers (to obviate misrepresentations and calumnies about the same.) Being inserted as an appendix to a book, entituled, A sober expostulation with some of the clergy, &c. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1700 (1700) Wing W1929; ESTC R186522 3,138 1 View Text
A96393 A few positions of the sincere belief and Christian doctrine of the people of God called Quakers (to obviate misrepresentations and calumnies about the same.) Being inserted as an appendix to a book, entitled, A sober expostulation with some of the clergy, &c. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1698 (1698) Wing W1928; ESTC R186520 3,155 1 View Text
A70072 What the unchangable [sic] God is, and how all people may know him, and in what he is worshiped and served Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1685 (1685) Wing F1989A; ESTC R16265 3,440 8 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
A39511 An Earnest call to those nonconformists, who really believe the doctrine of the holy, blessed and glorious trinity, to come into the communion of the Church of England that by their constant regular confession of the Christian faith, they may confound the devices of the gain-sayers, whom by their separation they have so much encouraged. 1691 (1691) Wing E96; ESTC R40390 3,509 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
A95237 A True relation of the life, conversation, examination, confession, and iust deserved sentence of James Naylor the grand Quaker of England. Who for his blasphemous & abominable opinions, & practises, was whipt at a carts-taile, from Westminster to the Royall-Exchange in London, December the eighteenth 1656 and thereto stand in the pillory, and to have the letter B set upon his fore-head, and to be burnt through the toung with a hot iron, and to be kept in prison during life, without being allowed any sustenance, but what he shall earne with his owne labor. 1656 (1656) Wing T2998; Thomason E1645_4; ESTC R209084 3,961 16 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
A45920 The Instability of the Quakers pretended infallibility 1700 (1700) Wing I228; ESTC R43277 4,498 1 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
A60088 Short principles of religion 1644 (1644) Wing S3612; ESTC R214772 4,826 17 View Text
A86898 The Kentjsh petjtjon set forth, by that divine spirit which God hath given to mee James Hunt, and dedicated unto all those which do love God and the truth. Hunt, James. 1648 (1648) Wing H3730A; ESTC R178308 5,018 10 View Text
A78308 A glasse for the times by which according to the Scriptures, you may clearly behold the true ministers of Christ, how farre differing from false teachers. With a briefe collection of the errors of our times, and their authors names. Drawn from their own writings. Also proofes of Scripture by way of confutation of them, by sundry able ministers. / Collected by T.C. a friend to truth. T. C. 1648 (1648) Wing C132; Thomason E455_10; ESTC R205016 5,342 10 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
A30517 A declaration to all the world of our faith, and what we believe and this is written that all people upon earth may know by whome, and how we are saved, and hopes for eternal life, & what we believe concerning God, Christ, & the Spirit, and of the things that are eternal : appertaining to all mankind to know & believe. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1657 (1657) Wing B5995; ESTC R23838 5,799 9 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
A31504 Certain positions concerning the fundamentals of Christianity which brings salvation to all that entertain them 1657 (1657) Wing C1724; ESTC R23921 6,329 10 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
A74999 An Abridgment of the late reverend assemblies Shorter Catechism, fitted for the use of the weakest capacities and memories 1662 (1662) Wing A107A; ESTC R204009 6,976 17 View Text
A84840 The vvoman learning in silence: or, The mysterie of the womans subiection to her husband· As also, the daughter prophesying, wherein the Lord hath, and is fulfilling that he spake by the prophet Joel, I will poure out my spirit upon all flesh, &c. / Given forth by George Fox. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1656 (1656) Wing F1991; Thomason E870_8; ESTC R204822 7,042 9 View Text
A51207 The great trumpet of the Lord God Almighty of heaven and earth blown, and sounded out unto those that are ready to perish that they may return to the Lord Jesus Christ (the light) and be saved. Moon, John, fl. 1657-1685. 1660 (1660) Wing M2524A; ESTC R25164 7,088 10 View Text
A59957 William Penn and the Quaker in unity, the Anabaptist mistaken and in enmity, or, A brief reply to a sheet sent abroad by Jeremy Ives, entituled, William Penn's confutation of a Quaker, or, An answer to a late libel William Shewen. Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. 1674 (1674) Wing S3427; ESTC R5116 7,090 12 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
A67385 The doctrine of the blessed Trinity, briefly explained in a letter to a friend Wallis, John, 1616-1703. 1690 (1690) Wing W575; ESTC R1265 7,384 20 View Text
A16364 An honest godlye instruction and information for the tradynge, and bringinge vp of children, set furth by the Bishoppe of London co[m]maundyng all scholemaisters and other teachers of youthe within his diocese, that they neither teach, learne reade, or vse anye other maner of A B C, catechisme or rudimentes, then this made for the first instruction of youth. Mense Ianuarij. 1556. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum. Bonner, Edmund, 1500?-1569. 1555 (1555) STC 3281; ESTC S116175 7,465 57 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
A77416 A brief confession or declaration of faith. (Lately presented to King Charles the Second) set forth by many of us, who are (falsely) called Ana-baptists, to inform all men (in these days of scandal and reproach) of our innocent beleef and practise; for which wee are not only resolved to suffer persecution, to the losse of our goods, but also life it self, rather than to decline the same. Subscribed by certain elders, deacons, and brethren, met at London, in the behalf of themselves, and many others unto whom they belong; in London, and in several counties of this nation, who are of the same faith with us. Wright, Joseph, 1623-1703. 1660 (1660) Wing B4560; Thomason 669.f.25[65]; ESTC R212523 7,739 1 View Text
A04411 Psalmes and hymnes of praier and thanksgiuing. Made by VVilliam Barlow, Bishop of Lincolne, for his owne chappell and familie onelie Barlow, William, d. 1613. 1613 (1613) STC 1453; ESTC S104491 7,800 32 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
A77414 A brief confession or declaration of faith set forth by many of us, who are (falsely) called Ana-baptists, to inform all men (in these dayes of scandal and reproach) of our innocent belief and practise; for which we are not only resolved to suffer persecution, to the loss of our goods, but also life it self, rather than to decline the same. Subscribed by certain elders, deacons, and brethren, met at London, in the first month (called March, 1660.) in the behalf of themselves, and many others unto whom they belong, in London, and in several counties of this nation, who are of the same faith with us. 1660 (1660) Wing B4559; Thomason E1017_14; ESTC R207992 7,891 12 View Text
B08596 A declaration to all the world of our faith, and what we believe who are called Quakers. And this is written, that all people upon Earth may know by whom, and how we are saved, and hopes for eternal life; and what we believe concerning God, Christ and the spirit, and of the things that are eternal, appertaining to all man-kind to know and believe. Also what ministers and magistrates we own, and what, and whom we deny. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662.; Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. 1660 (1660) Wing B5997A; ESTC R173333 8,180 16 View Text
A25349 A call to all bishops and others who are zealous for the Book of Common Prayer (for which I have been also sometimes zealous) by way of remembrance : now to come to the way of the Quakers to the grace of God ... / J.A. Anderdon, John, 1624?-1685. 1670 (1670) Wing A3080; ESTC R23632 8,288 16 View Text
A12390 Three prayers one for the morning, another for the euening: the third for a sick-man. Whereunto is annexed, a godly letter to a sicke freend: and a comfortable speech of a preacher vpon his death bedde. Anno. Dom. 1591. Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. 1591 (1591) STC 22703; ESTC S117488 8,464 26 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
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
A84947 Theios divine beames of glorious light. Shining from the sacred scriptures, which expell the fogges of error, that engender darknesse, in doubting soules, by mistaken thoughts, touching the diety, faith, and Christain ordinances. With a cordial to heal the corasives which the ill potion prepared by Mr. John Fry, a late member of Parliament, hath ingendred. / Written by one, who desires more that God may be glorified, then to affix his name to gain the vaine applause of man. Licensed and entered in the Stationeers Hall book. Fry, John, 1609-1657, Attributed name. 1651 (1651) Wing F2256; Thomason E625_10; ESTC R206458 8,705 15 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
A01566 A short instruction for all such as are to be admitted to the Lords Supper Gawton, Richard. 1612 (1612) STC 11692; ESTC S114903 8,887 30 View Text
A75506 An apology for the sentiment of the modalists and a defence of the scriptural terms. 1700 (1700) Wing A3556A; ESTC N52941 8,889 8 View Text
A06121 The confession and conuersion of the right honorable, most illustrious, and elect lady, my Lady C. of L. Linlithgow, Eleanor Livingston, Countess of, attributed name. 1629 (1629) STC 16610; ESTC S108285 9,122 30 View Text
A65475 A discovery of Sathan Who hath in man covered himself, by perswading men, that original sin is the corruption of the nature of every man, that is ingendred of the offspring of Adam: also, a demonstration of the Messiah in man, to whom the gathering of the people shall be, of whom Moses in the law and the prophets did write, Gen. 49.18. Isai.11.12. Written for the use of such that denyeth not themselves the use of reson and sense, and that are not wedded to their own perswasion. West, Robert, b. ca. 1613. 1668 (1668) Wing W1388; ESTC R217304 9,234 15 View Text
A55615 A practical consideration of the saints sonship In a discourse upon the fourth chapter of the Galatians, vers. 6. 1656 (1656) Wing P3149; ESTC R221794 9,366 16 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
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
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
A89757 A declaration or testimony given by Captain Robert Norwood under his hand, (the which was by him publickly read at a meeting in Ab-church before Mr. Sidrack Simpson together with many others;) April 21. 1651. Together with several his answers and desires, proposed to them for satisfaction after his excommunication; worthy the most serious consideration of all: now brought to publick view for clearing of truth, discovering of error, and his own vindication in reference to many unjust and untrue aspersions cast upon him. Norwood, Robert, Captain. 1651 (1651) Wing N1381; Thomason E632_1; ESTC R20899 10,098 16 View Text
A65832 An abstract by way of index of some very unsound and some other very antichristian passages collected out of G. Whitehead's and W. Penns books, plainly contradicting their late creeds one signed by W. Penn at Dublin in Ireland on which the B. of Cork hath made some seasonable remarks, another signed by G.W., called A few positions of the sincere belief and Christian 1699 (1699) Wing W1886; ESTC R30196 10,102 15 View Text
A56906 The Quakers creed containing twelve articles of their antichristian doctrine, for which many have denyed them. Publish'd by some, who have joyned with Mr. George Keith, in the City of London, and did formerly meet with him at Turners-Hall, and in divers parts of the country, as Huntington, Reading, Bedford, and Colchester. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1700 (1700) Wing Q21; ESTC R222513 10,141 26 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
B08671 The sea-mens invitation, with a passengers observation in some particular things which concern them that practice navigation. 1 Their remarkable deliverances; and the use they make of them. 2 Their tempting and provoking of God about the winde, which obeys the Lord. 3 Their abusing themselves and their liberty when they go a shoar, whereby the creature suffers. 4 Something in particular to the captains and masters, and to all their inferiour officers. 5 How little the sea-men (with the souldiers in the fleet) are profited by their chaplains that in the year do get several groats out of their wages. And a more excellent way of teaching shewn then that of their chaplains. / By a servant of the truth, and a lover of righteousnesse, called William Caton. Caton, William, 1636-1665. 1659 (1659) Wing C1519; ESTC R171117 10,341 16 View Text
A27135 A short discovery of the state of man before the fall, in the fall, and out of the fall againe : wherein is also laid open the ignorance and error of Robert Hall, preacher at Colebrooke in Buckinghamshire, and Edmund Board, of the same town, a professor ... / by W.B. Bayly, William, d. 1675. 1659 (1659) Wing B1536; ESTC R29031 10,345 9 View Text
A94277 The Scotch souldiers speech concerning the Kings coronation-oath. Montrose, James Graham, Marquis of, 1612-1650, attributed name. 1647 (1647) Wing S963; Thomason E387_2; ESTC R201491 10,572 18 View Text
A54460 A sermon preach'd before the King and Queen in Their Majesties chappel at Windsor, on Trinity-Sunday, May 30. 1686 by the Reverend Father John Persall ... Persall, John, 1633-1702. 1686 (1686) Wing P1651; ESTC R11064 11,103 35 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
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
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
A93367 The heads and substance of a discourse; first private, and afterwards publike; held in Axbridge, in the county of Somerset, about the 6th of March, 1650. Between Iohn Smith of Badgworth, and Charls Carlile of Bitsham, &c. on the one part; and Thomas Collier of Westbury on the other. Things they are of weight and highest concernment. / Published by the said Tho. Collier of Westbury. Collier, Thomas, fl. 1691.; Smith, John, of Badgworth.; Carlile, Charles. 1651 (1651) Wing S4091; Thomason E1368_2; ESTC R209287 11,613 29 View Text
A18384 A sermon preached at Farington in Barkeshire, the seuenteene of Februarie, 1587 At the buriall of the right Honorable the Ladie Anne Countes of Warwicke, daughter to the Duke of Sommerset his grace, and widowe of the right worshipfull Sir Edward Vmpton knight. By Bartholomew Chamberlaine, Doctor of Diuinitie. Chamberlaine, Bartholomew, 1545 or 6-1621. 1591 (1591) STC 4952; ESTC S118615 11,801 34 View Text
A93769 Marginall antidotes, to be affixed over against the lines of R.H. and E.B. their pamphlet, entituled, The rebukes of a reviler. Written and prescribed by John Stalham of Terling. Stalham, John, d. 1681. 1657 (1657) Wing S5185; Thomason E926_3; ESTC R207582 11,917 15 View Text
A13311 An apologie or defence agaynst the calumnacion of certayne men which preferring wylfull wyll and carnal reason before the playn trueth of Gods gospel, (do sclaundre those men, which for the better seruinge of God with a more pure conscience, according to his holy word) haue abandoned theyr liuinges and vocacion, abydinge as exyles in poore estate oute of theyr natyue cou[n]trye. I. T., fl. 1555. 1555 (1555) STC 23619; ESTC S103238 12,085 24 View Text
A65871 A just enquiry into the libeller's abuse of the people called Quakers in his scandalous pamphlet, falsly stiled, Some of the Quakers principles, doctrines, laws and orders, &c. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1693 (1693) Wing W1938; ESTC R38636 12,114 34 View Text
A40131 The cause why Adam & Eve were driven out of paradice and the Jews out of their own land of Canaan by George Fox. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1683 (1683) Wing F1758; ESTC R30467 12,254 20 View Text
A61397 A scheme and abstract of the Christian religion comprized in fifty two heads, with the texts of scripture, on which they are grounded : and some short indications, how they were more largely handled / by a lover of truth and peace. Steele, Richard, 1629-1692. 1684 (1684) Wing S5393; ESTC R34601 12,283 30 View Text
A54161 A key opening a way to every common understanding, how to discern the difference betwixt the religion professed by the people called Quakers and the perversions, misrepresentations and calumnies of their several adversaries : published in great good will to all, but more especially for their sakes that are actually under prejudice from vulgar abuses. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1693 (1693) Wing P1312A; ESTC R28422 12,318 37 View Text
A79534 A true discovery of the ignorance, blindness, and darkness of those who are called magistrates about Carlile in Cumberland, who call Light darkness, and truth error, and judge them blasphemers who are sent of the Lord to declare the eternal word of truth amongst them, but the Lord hath made himself manifest in the hearts of his people, and opened their eyes here in the northern parts, whereby they plainly see the tyranny, oppression, and cruelty of those who are called magistrates and rulers, who do imprison the servants of the most high God, for declaring against sin and abomination, held up in markets and steeple-houses, and so they that depart from iniquity and stand in obedience to the commands of the Lord, makes himself a prey to that generation; but the Lord is risen for Sions deliverance, all praise and glory be to him for evermore. J.C. Camm, John, 1604?-1656. 1654 (1654) Wing C393; Thomason E740_8; ESTC R202139 12,325 19 View Text
A14466 A notable collection of diuers and so[n]dry places of the sacred scriptures which make to the declaratyon of the Lordes prayer, comenly called the Pater noster. Gathered by the famous clerke Master Peter viret, Frenchman. And translated oute of Frenche into Inglysh, by Anthony Scoloker. The .viii. daye of Iune. Anno. 1548.; Bible. English. Selections. Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571.; Scoloker, Anthony, fl. 1548. 1548 (1548) STC 24781; ESTC S119202 12,472 40 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
B04013 A letter written to a Christian friend, and one of the Parliament men. Proposing the groundlesness of the plea for tyths, impropriat [sic] tyths, or tyth as a revenue due to the magistrat. 1653 (1653) Wing L1767A; ESTC R179629 12,558 15 View Text
A30541 Some false principles and errors discovered and refuted in a short answer to a catechism book, which is said to contain the principles of religion, put forth by a namelesse authour, but is supposed to be the work of one Samuel Eaton ... but upon true examination he is found to be teaching the traditions of men for the commandments of Christ ... / by E.B. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6023A; ESTC R36303 12,581 15 View Text
A59663 The first principles of the oracles of God collected by Thomas Shephard ... Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649. 1655 (1655) Wing S3112; ESTC R37142 12,596 24 View Text
A30270 A call to sinners such as are under sentence of death and such as are under any prospect of it from the long-suffering and gracious, but most righteous God / by His servant, Daniel Burgess. Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. 1689 (1689) Wing B5695; ESTC R23828 12,715 36 View Text
A50429 The snare broken, or, The natural and eternal deity of the Son of God, as also of the Holy Ghost, asserted by a person, who having been formerly a a [sic] Socinian, and then an Arrian, came at length, by a free consideration of the Scriptures, to be fully convinc'd of the truth of the Catholick faith concerning the blessed Trinity. Mayne, Zachary, 1631-1694. 1692 (1692) Wing M1488; ESTC R19321 12,820 17 View Text
A67411 Theological discourses, in two parts the first containing VIII letters and III sermons concerning the blessed Trinity : the second, discourses & sermons on several occasions / by John Wallis ... Wallis, John, 1616-1703. 1695 (1695) Wing W607A; ESTC R34712 12,898 16 View Text
A67068 God made visible in his workes, or, A treatise of the externall workes of God first, in generall, out of the words of the Psalmist, Psalm 35, 6 : secondly, in particular of the Creation, out of the words of Moses, Genesis, Chap. 1 and 2 : thirdly, of Gods actuall Providence / by George Walker ... Walker, George, 1581?-1651. 1641 (1641) Wing W358; ESTC R38408 12,999 22 View Text
A54028 Concerning the sum or substance of our religion, who are called Quakers, and the exercises and travels of our spirits therein Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1667 (1667) Wing P1158; ESTC R18265 13,091 18 View Text
B08144 The devotions and formes of prayer, daily vsed in the king of Svvedens army: being the first part of our intended booke concerning the Svvedish discipline; religious, civill, and military.. 1632 (1632) STC 23519.5; ESTC S126259 13,095 47 View Text
A40941 The publique worship, or, The worship of God baptisme and sacrament (so called) according to Gods appointment, or as hereafter appeareth : and concerning coming to the church according to Scripture ... / written in year 1664, by R.F. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1664 (1664) Wing F493; ESTC R35559 13,135 20 View Text
A52692 The Grand impostor examined, or, The life, tryal and examination of James Nayler the seduced and seducing Quaker : with the manner of his riding into Bristol. 1656 (1656) Wing N283; ESTC R26866 13,477 52 View Text
A44833 An answer to a book called A just defence and vindication of Gospel-ministers, and Gospel-ordinances put forth by J.G. In which he pretends an answer to E.B.'s Tryal of the ministers, and other things against the Quakers. ...Given forth from him who desires the edification and satisfaction of all in the things appertaining to the Kingdom of God, Rich. Hubberthorn Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing H3217; ESTC R219971 13,602 16 View Text
A65855 The Christianity of the people commonly called Quakers, asserted. Being a brief account of their faith in relation to divers matters where-in their Christian belief is questioned. Published in behalf of the people of God called Quakers by some of them. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1696 (1696) Wing W1915; ESTC R214791 13,648 20 View Text
A39364 Polemica Christiana, or, An earnest contending for the faith which was once deliver'd unto the saints in I. a letter to the author of the Dialogue, &c., II. a vindication of the doctrine of Mr. Richard Hooker, against the mis-representation of an anti-trinitarion, in a pamphlet entitled, Considerations on the explications of the doctrine of the trinity, III. reflections upon some passages in a book entitled, The history of religion, IV. a vindication of Vincentius Lirinensis, from the unjust reproach cast on him, by an anonymous writer, in a book entitled, Animadversions on Mr. Hill's book / by Edmund Elys ... Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1696 (1696) Wing E685; ESTC R41121 13,781 30 View Text
A45178 The spirituall verses and prose of James Hunt concerning the advancment of Christ his glorious and triumphing church : which by degrees shall flourish over the face of the whole world, which will be to the overthrow of the Divill, and the false church. Hunt, James, 17th cent. 1643 (1643) Wing H3736; ESTC R2040 13,960 18 View Text
A67194 Bereshit, the creation of the world being an exposition on the Hebrew in the first chapter of Genesis, as it was delivered at Sir Balthazar Gerbiers academy in White Fryers : the first oration, concerning the first dayes work / by Henry Walker ... Walker, Henry, Ironmonger. 1649 (1649) Wing W374; ESTC R39414 13,969 31 View Text
A31171 Quæries propounded to George Fox and his ministers to answer from a paper wrote by George Fox, intituled An epistle from the people called Quakers to all people to read over ... / by a lover of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who was born of the Virgin Mary by the power of the Holy Ghost for the Christ and mans saviour, as that promised seed that God to Adam said should break the Serpents head. R. C. 1669 (1669) Wing C113; ESTC R29621 14,021 22 View Text
A65862 The divine light of Christ in man, and his mediation truly confessed by the people called Quakers. In a brief and gentle examination of John Norris his two treatises concerning the divine light. Intended to wipe off his undue reflection of grossness and confusion on the Quakers notion of the light within. With a postscript to J. N. By G. W. a servant of Christ. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1692 (1692) Wing W1924; ESTC R220968 14,045 25 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
A52864 Ta ano the things above proved to be the most proper objects of the mind and affections, in a sermon preached before the University in Great St. Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville. Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694. 1683 (1683) Wing N526; ESTC R25505 14,164 27 View Text
A41899 The Great feast of the gospel-passover, or, The commemoration of the sufferings of Christ celebrated in his Last Supper a poem. 1694 (1694) Wing G1692A; ESTC R26751 14,168 33 View Text
A23335 A commemoration or dirige of bastarde Edmonde Boner, alias Sauage, vsurped Bisshoppe of London. Compiled by Lemeke Auale. Anno Domini. 1569 Avale, Lemeke. 1569 (1569) STC 977; ESTC S104439 14,217 46 View Text
A12343 The Christians sacrifice Seene, and allowed. Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. 1589 (1589) STC 22658; ESTC S105912 14,365 45 View Text
A40072 Certain propositions by which the doctrin of the H. Trinity is so explain'd, according to the ancient fathers, as to speak it not contradictory to natural reason together with a defence of them, in answer to the objections of a Socianian writer, in his newly printed Considerations on the explications of the doctrin of the Trinity : occasioned by these propositions among other discourses : in a letter to that author.; Twenty-eight propositions by which the doctrine of the Trinity is endeavoured to be explained Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. 1694 (1694) Wing F1696; ESTC R14585 14,588 32 View Text
B00055 Love and obedience or, Christs precept and promise. Being a sermon preached on Whitsunday last, 28 of May, 1637. in Guild-hall chappell, before the right honorable the Lord Major of this city of London. Freake, William 1637 (1637) STC 11347; ESTC S123109 14,888 23 View Text
A82019 The grand impostor examined: or, The life, tryal, and examination of James Nayler, the seduced and seducing Quaker with the manner of his riding into Bristol. Whereunto is added, the sentence passed upon him by the High Court of Parliament. Deacon, John, 17th cent. 1657 (1657) Wing D485; ESTC R231373 14,961 53 View Text