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A87816 An answer to a brief discourse concerning singing in the publick worship of God in the Gospel-church, by I. M. 1690 Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. 1691 (1691) Wing K703C; ESTC R227257 4,987 18 View Text
A37901 A letter of examination to all who have assumed the place of shepherds, herdsmen, and overseers of the flocks of people of all sorts in Christendom : to see if your accounts be ready and what order the flocks be in : with a few lines of good news to the several flocks. Edmundson, William, 1627-1712. 1672 (1672) Wing E179; ESTC R25572 5,307 10 View Text
A95562 New preachers, nevv. Greene the feltmaker, Spencer the horserubber, Quartermine the brewers Clarke, with some few others, that are mighty sticklers in this new kinde of talking trade, which many ignorant coxcombes call preaching. Whereunto is added the last tumult in Fleetstreet, raised by the disorderly preachment, pratings, and pratling of Mr. Barebones the leather-seller, and Mr. Greene the felt-maker, on Sunday last the 19. of Decemb. Taylor, John, 1580-1653. 1641 (1641) Wing T486; Thomason E180_26; ESTC R12760 5,692 10 View Text
A42006 A few plain words to the inhabitants of England Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. 1662 (1662) Wing G1842; ESTC R39466 6,652 9 View Text
A56094 A testimony of the appearance of God in the spirit of power and the true light, making manifest the deceipts of the Serpent with some reasons why Margaret Hambleton doth deny the Presbyterians of Scotland, they being found in the steps of the false prophets. Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. 1658 (1658) Wing P384; ESTC R31752 7,651 10 View Text
A65734 A visitation of love, sent unto all: that those that do not see, may see, and return out of the fall. By Dorothy White D. W. (Dorothy White) 1684 (1684) Wing W1760; ESTC R222573 8,107 12 View Text
A38686 The usefulness of church-musick a sermon preach'd at Christ-Church, Novemb. 27, 1696, upon occasion of the anniversary-meeting of the lovers of musick, on St. Cæcilia's Day / by S. Estwick ... Estwick, Sampson, d. 1739. 1696 (1696) Wing E3363; ESTC R13553 10,099 30 View Text
A90877 The Portraiture of Mr. George Keith the Quaker, in opposition to Mr. George Keith the parson. / Presented to the hearers of his late sermons. ; By a Protestant dissenter. Protestant Dissenter.; Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1700 (1700) Wing P3006; ESTC R181969 10,201 20 View Text
A60626 An epistle to all the called and chosen of God by William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1672 (1672) Wing S4297; ESTC R32688 10,262 20 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
A87180 The prerogative priests passing-bell. Or Amen to the rigid clergy. Shewing the usefulness, equity, lawfulness, and necessity, of private persons to take upon them preaching or expounding of the scriptures, having a call thereto by the word of God, and agreeable to the practise of the best reformed churches of Christ, and judgment of judicious divines both forraign and domestick. Being a brief reply to that discourse intituled The pulpit guarded with 17 arguments, and owned by Tho. Hall. Calculated on purpose for the metropolis of Northamptonshire, and may serve indifferently for those parts that are in conjunction with the northern climate. / By William Hartley. Hartley, William, of Stony-Stratford. 1651 (1651) Wing H975; Thomason E637_6; ESTC R206608 11,574 16 View Text
A20474 A probleme propounded by Francis Dillingham, in which is plainely shewed, that the holy scriptures haue met with popish arguments and opinions. Dillingham, Francis, d. 1625. 1616 (1616) STC 6887; ESTC S117462 12,729 50 View Text
A08492 Short questions and answeares, conteyning the summe of Christian religion Openshaw, Robert, b. 1554 or 5.; Pagit, Eusebius, 1547?-1617, attributed name. 1579 (1579) STC 18816; ESTC S120717 12,788 37 View Text
A49310 A complaint of the oppressed against the oppressors, or, The unjust and arbitrary proceedings of some souldiers and justices against some sober godly persons, in and near London who now lye in stinking goals [i.e. gaols] for the testimony of good conscience : with some reasons why they cannot swear allegiance to obtain their liberty / faithfully collected by John Lovewel. Lovewel, John. 1661 (1661) Wing L3292; ESTC R31000 13,310 20 View Text
A60661 The true light shining in England, to give unto all her inhabitants the knowledge of their ways wherein they may behold things past, and things that are, and thereby come to repentance, and escape that which is to come : also, something demonstrated concerning the people of God (called Quakers) as to their principle and practice ... / William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1660 (1660) Wing S4339; ESTC R10265 15,081 24 View Text
A54066 Some things relating to religion, proposed to the consideration of the Royal Society, (so termed) to wit, concerning the right ground of certainty therein, concerning tenderness of spirit, and persecution, a query concerning separation, concerning washing away sin from the conscience, and the garment of salvation, and what it is that is covered therewith : likewise, some questions and answers concerning the church of the New-Covenant, the rock of foundation whereon it is built, and its preservation by and upon the rock : with some queries concerning the scattered and hidden estate of the church, and concerning that church which got up in the view of the world, instead thereof, and was acknowledged by the world as if she had been the true church, though indeed and truth she was not so : whereunto are added, some queries to professors, who speak of high attainments, &c. / written by ... Isaac Penington. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1668 (1668) Wing P1205; ESTC R13142 15,290 26 View Text
A85148 A rod to drive out the wilde bores, and subtill foxes, from amongst the vines that the vineyard may be kept cleer. Or, a gift sent to the priests; to let them see themselves, that they may acknowledge their errors, and upon them own their condemnation to be just and right, now the truth doth so plainly appear. / By R. Farneworth. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F502; Thomason E830_6; ESTC R207435 15,477 16 View Text
A75767 Davids enemies discovered. VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered, / by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne. Atkinson, Christopher.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.; Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1655 (1655) Wing A4126; Thomason E830_10; ESTC R202144 16,205 23 View Text
A77966 Truth defended. Or, Certain accusations answered, cast upon us who are called Quakers; by the teachers of the world, and the people of this generation. With a cleare discovery, who are the false prophets, and when they came in. And who they are that deny Christ, and that preach another gospel. And who deny the scriptures, churches, ministers, and magistrates, whereby the magistrates and people of this nation may see they justifie that which the scripture condemns, and condemne that which the holy men of God justified. / By a servant of the Lord, whose name in the flesh is, Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662.; Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1654 (1654) Wing B6049; Thomason E808_3; ESTC R207519 16,445 23 View Text
A65876 The path of the just cleared, and cruelty and tyranny laid open, or, A few words to you priests, and magistrates of this nation, (who say we deny the Scriptures, and that we are antichrists and deceivers, and that we deny the Word of God) wherein your oppression and tyranny is laid open, which by you is unjustly acted against the servants of the Living God, who by the world which hate the light of Christ, are in derision called Quakers : wherein also is something declared both to judges and justices ... : also the ground and cause of the imprisonment of George Whitehead and John Harwood ... / from the spirit of the Living God in me, whose name in the flesh is George Whitehead ... ; also a paper against the sin of idleness ... Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.; Harwood, John. To all you rulers, gentry, priests, and people. 1655 (1655) Wing W1944; ESTC R206645 17,128 27 View Text
A60621 A catechism for bishops, deans, prebends, doctors, vicars, curates, and all prelaticals, for them to read in the fear of the Lord God, and with a meek and quiet spirit by William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1662 (1662) Wing S4291; ESTC R17813 18,536 24 View Text
A30558 Truth defended, or, Certain accusations answered cast upon us who are called Quakers by the teachers of the world, and the people of this generation with a clear discovery who are the false prophets and when they came in, and how they may bee known, and who they are that deny Christ and that preach another gospel ... / by one who is a labourer in the vineyard ... Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662.; Mowgill, Edward. 1656 (1656) Wing B6050; ESTC R23840 18,605 24 View Text
A42020 A call out of gross darkness and idolatry into the light to wak [sic], which is the way of life ... with a word of advice and information ... / by Richard Greenway. Greenway, R. (Richard) 1662 (1662) Wing G1863; ESTC R25470 20,414 17 View Text
A36103 A Discourse of the lawfulness of compliance with all the ceremonies of the Church of England 1660 (1660) Wing D1605A; ESTC R15175 21,547 38 View Text
A40399 A resolution of two cases of conscience in two discourses : the first, Of the lawfulness of compliance with all the ceremonies of the Church of England : the second, Of the necessity of the use of common-prayer in publick. Francklin, John, d. 1689. 1683 (1683) Wing F2082; ESTC R22618 22,030 42 View Text
A43546 A sermon preached before the convocation of the clergy in Ireland at the Cathedral Church of S. Patricks in Dublin, May 9, anno 1661, at the time of their general receiving the H. Communion / by Tho. Hacket. Hackett, Thomas, d. 1697. 1662 (1662) Wing H173; ESTC R25047 22,156 33 View Text
A77927 The innocency of the Christian Quakers manifested, and the truth of their principles and doctrine cleared and defended from the loud (but false) clamours, base insinuations and wicked slanders of James Barry. / Published for the general satisfaction and benefit of all, who simply desire to know and embrace the truth. Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690.; Strettell, Amos.; Barry, James. 1688 (1688) Wing B5967; ESTC R170925 24,109 32 View Text
A95514 Two discourses 1. of baptisme, its institution, and efficacy upon all believers. 2. Of prayer ex tempore, or by pretence of the spirit. / By Jer: Taylor D.D. Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. 1652 (1652) Wing T414; Thomason E683_15; ESTC R203749 24,698 32 View Text
A65886 A serious account in XXXV evident reasons (to all who desire satisfaction) why the people of the lord, called Quakers, cannot go to worship at those places called churches and chappels, and to inform the magistrates and ministers that such consciencious people (as are separated from these places) ought not to be compelled (from their peaceable meetings) to their worship and churches, so called, being a short discovery of the way, worship, and principles of the true ministers and persecuted people of God, in several exceptions against the practices, worship, and principles of the priests, both of the Presbyterians, and Episcopal-men, and others of the same affinity, in some of which principles the Presbyterians are the rather concerned, but in others of them, both are concerned in the general / by Geo. Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1661 (1661) Wing W1956; ESTC R20306 27,063 42 View Text
A75965 The male of the flock, or A sermon preached at St. Pauls, before the right honourable, the Lord Mayor, and the right vvorshipfull, the aldermen of the city of London, Septemb: the 9th: 1655. By Benjamin Agas, minister of Cheneyes in Bucks. Agas, Benjamin. 1655 (1655) Wing A758A; Thomason E861_3; ESTC R206648 27,438 38 View Text
A47361 An answer to Mr. Marlow's Appendix Wherein his arguments to prove that singing of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, was performed in the primitive church by a special or an extraordinary gift, and therefore not to be practised in these days, are examined, and clearly detected. Also some reflections on what he speaks on the word hymnos, hymnos: and on his undue quotations of divers learned men. By a learned hand. By B. Keach. Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704. 1691 (1691) Wing K43A; ESTC R223737 27,870 57 View Text
A31362 The moderate enquirer resolved in a plain description of several objections which are summed up together and treated upon by way of conference, concerning the contemned [sic] people commonly called Quakers who are the royal seed of God and whose innocency is here cleared in the answers to the many objections that are frequently produced by their opponents : which may be profitable for them to read that have any thing against them, and useful for all such as desire to know the certainty of those things which are most commonly reported of them / written in behalf of the brethren, in vindication of the truth, by VV. C. Caton, William, 1636-1665. 1658 (1658) Wing C1515; ESTC R29186 28,001 70 View Text
A87871 A discourse of praying with the spirit, and with the understanding. Where of extemporary premeditate set forms of prayer. Preached in two sermons at Hillsborough anno 1659. By Henry Leslie (maugre all antichristian opposition) Bishop of Down and Conner. And now published for the redresse of the great abuse of prayer in that diocesse, whereof he had, and ought to have a charge. Whereunto is annexed a letter of Jer. Taylor, D.D. concerning the same subject. Leslie, Henry, 1580-1661.; Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667. 1660 (1660) Wing L1162; Thomason E1041_4; ESTC R207928 28,259 45 View Text
A60648 A new primmer, wherein is demonstrated the new and living way held forth by way of question and answer, as from a child's enquiry after truth, to be informed by the father. Here being divers particulars answer'd, and plainly opened, that may be profitable both in this present age, and ages to come. Published for the benefit of all sorts of people, and may be very serviceable for every family, and of great use for young children to learn in, so soon as they can understand their language, that they in the fear of God may be instructed, and remember their creator in the dayes of their youth. For which I travel, enduring affliction for the truths sake, William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1665 (1665) Wing S4322; ESTC R224034 28,937 98 View Text
A30556 The true state of Christianity, truly discribed, and also discovered unto all people what it was in its beginning and purity, and what it now is in its apostacy and degeneration ... / written by ... Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1658 (1658) Wing B6047; ESTC R12629 29,962 40 View Text
A52677 An account from the children of light (to them that askes) in several particulars why we have been kept from joyning to, or worshipping in those formes at law, and formes of worships, that have been imposed upon us against our consciences, in these late years, for denying whereof, we have so deeply suffered, with our lives, liberties, and estates. : Also what we owne as to those things, and can be obedient to for conscience sake, according to truth, and the practise of the church of Christ, and the Scriptures. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.; Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing N256; ESTC R27517 31,099 57 View Text
A56109 A testimony of truth given forth by a servant of the Lord, on the behalf of the despised servants, and professors of truth, who are made partakers of the heavenly power, which shakes the earth, and makes the inhabitants of the land to tremble, who are by the scorners of this generation called Quakers against the many lyes and slanders which the devil is the chief author of, arising forth of the bottomlesse pit, and vented forth by one James Livesey a professed minister of Christ in the county of Chester, but by his fruits is plainly manifested a minister of sin, and so of his Father who begat him, and sent him forth to oppose the living truth of God : but his folly is here manifested and declared to open view, that the simple and honest hearted may turn from him and all such deceitful workers, and may learn of Christ the light of the world, that their souls may live. Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. 1659 (1659) Wing P386; ESTC R5756 31,699 39 View Text
A56126 A tryall of a Christian shewing that it is not the outward name of Christian that differs from a heathen, but the inward life and nature ... / by Alexander Parker. Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689.; Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. 1658 (1658) Wing P389; ESTC R35393 33,144 44 View Text
A85149 The Scriptures vindication against the Scotish contradictors. By one John Stalham, and as he saith, preacher of the Gospel at Edenborough in Scotland. And the other tiled [sic], A serious review of some principles of the Quakers; wherein error is discovered, and truth defended; by P.E. and written with a pen at Edenborough, printed in the year 1655, and a written name, as if it were the printer called Peter English, but no printed name; and thus they shuffle, but laid open to their shame, and truth in this short answer is defended and cleared, and their errour is discovered, and they ensnared. Who both have manifested their contradictions both to the Scriptures, and their own writings, and so have not the people which they call Quakers. / Published by a servant of the Lord Jesus, in Yorkeshire in England, known to the world by the name of Richard Farneworth. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F503; Thomason E854_9; ESTC R202120 34,303 40 View Text
A86435 A treatise concerning prayer; containing particularly an apology for the use of the Lords prayer. / By Thomas Hodges, B.D. Rector of the Church of Souldern. Hodges, Thomas, d. 1688. 1656 (1656) Wing H2323; Thomason E1712_1; ESTC R209609 38,565 187 View Text
A62975 The womans glorie a treatise, asserting the due honour of that sexe, and directing wherein that honour consists : dedicated to the young princesse, Elizabeth her highnesse / by Samuel Torshel. Torshell, Samuel, 1604-1650. 1645 (1645) Wing T1941; ESTC R2556 41,903 243 View Text
A91119 A testimony of the Light within. A glorious truth, which all the holy men of God did bear testimony unto, and from which they spoke forth the Sciptures, and the end of all preachings and writings was to bring to Light within, to worship God in spirit and truth, and to Christ within, the hope of glory. The truth cleared from scandals, and some of the errors and false doctrines of two Cornish teachers laid open and testified against. With a description of the true ministers of Christ, and of the free ministery both under the law and Gospell administration; ... Also a testimony of the dawning of the glorious day of the Lord, ... Here is likewise, in short, declared the differences between the old Covenant, ... & the new covenant, ... Given forth from Christ the light within in love to the souls of all people, ... that they may have union with me in my fathers love ... whose name according to the flesh is Alexander Parker. Written chiefly to the inhabitants of the town and parish of Austell, in the county, of Cornwall, but may serve for any others who are in the same nature and condition with them. Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689. 1657 (1657) Wing P385; Thomason E909_6; ESTC R203124 42,617 54 View Text
A67166 Folly detected or, Some animadversions on a b[ook] called, A brief discourse [con-]cerning singing in the pub[lic] worship of God; put forth by one Mr. Isaac Marlow 1690, and an appendix printed 1691 Wherein the weakness of his arguments against singing God's praises, the dangerousness of his assertions, and his unaccountable confidence is laid open; and singing of Psalms, &c. in God's worship proved a Gospel-ordinance. By Joseph Wright. Wright, Joseph.; T. W. Appendix: or, A brief answer to Mr. Marlow's notion of the essence of singing. 1691 (1691) Wing W3704; ESTC R221057 43,280 88 View Text
A51669 The spiritual vvorship exalted. Or A treatise concerning the worship and service of God shewing how uncapable men are in their natural and unconverted state of worshipping and serving God acceptably in this Gospel day. And that it is the light, grace and spirit of Christ revealed in men, which doth renew, fit, prepare and [q]ualifie them for performing that pure spiritual and acceptable worship which was instituted by our Lord, and practiced by his disciples and followers. As also several other things here inserted, worthy of observation. By a lover of truth, and wel-wisher of the souls of all men, George Myers. Myers, George, 1653?-1714. 1687 (1687) Wing M3174; ESTC R213894 43,291 111 View Text
A54024 The axe laid to the root of the old corrupt-tree, and the spirit of deceit struck at in its nature from whence all the error from the life, among both papists and Protestants hath arisen, and by which it is nourished and fed at this day, in a distinction between the faith which is of man, and the faith which is of God ... / by ... Isaac Penington the younger. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1659 (1659) Wing P1152; ESTC R228095 43,395 52 View Text
A47748 Liturgy's vindicated by the dissenters, or, The lawfulness of forms of prayer and liturgies proved from the very texts of Scripture urged against them by John Bunyan and the dissenters / by the author of the Religious conference between a minister and his parishioner about infant baptism. Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. 1700 (1700) Wing L1137; ESTC R34970 43,840 127 View Text
A62005 A Christian womans experiences of the glorious working of Gods free grace Published for the edification of others, by Katherine Sutton. [Sutton, Katherine]; Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. 1663 (1663) Wing S6212; ESTC R221690 44,290 50 View Text
A02199 More vvorke for priests: or An answere to George Giffords pretended defence of read prayers and devised leitourgies comprised in the first part of his booke; intituled A short treatise against the Donatists of England: wherein is proved that the serving of God in such away [sic] and manner is a superstitious and vaine worship. Written by John Greenwood Christs faythfull martyr: here-unto is added by another man, many other argumers [sic] against stinted service and booke-prayer.; Answere to George Giffords pretended defence of read praiers and devised litourgies Greenwood, John, d. 1593. 1640 (1640) STC 12341; ESTC S103421 44,326 116 View Text
B06553 A sober reply to Mr Robert Steed's epistle concerning singing. Wherein all his objections against that way he calls the common and popular way of singing psalms, &c. are impartially examined, and in the spirit of meekness, fully answered. Recommended to the consideration of all the saints and churches of Christ, by divers elders and ministers of baptized congregations. Who desire their brethren who are against such singing, without prejudice to read these lines, and consider them. Whinnell, Thomas, fl. 1699. 1691 (1691) Wing W1667; ESTC R186465 46,288 68 View Text
A26832 Vulgar errors in divinity removed Battell, Ralph, 1649-1713. 1683 (1683) Wing B1150; ESTC R10796 49,392 154 View Text
A70924 Romes destruction, or, Expresse texts and necessary consequences drawn out of the word of God, for the condemning of the doctrine of the Roman church, and justifying of that of the reformed churches first written in French, by C.D.R., a French noble-man ; and now published in English, at the solicitation of divers religious men of this nation by Jam. Mountaine. C. D. R.; Mountaine, James. 1641 (1641) Wing R11; ESTC R10609 52,610 234 View Text
A34599 A conference Mr. John Cotton held at Boston with the elders of New-England 1. concerning gracious conditions in the soule before faith, 2. evidencing justification by sanctification, 3. touching the active power of faith : twelve reasons against stinted forms of prayer and praise : together with the difference between the Christian and antichristian church / written by Francis Cornwell ... Cotton, John, 1584-1652.; Cornwell, Francis. 1646 (1646) Wing C6335; ESTC R17280 52,817 177 View Text
A96401 The seed of Israels redemption, fully prophesied of, (and the scriptures opened,) which now is about to be fulfilled by its saviour and redeemer, whom God hath now raised up for an ensigne to the nations ... / From a witnesse of Gods salvation ... George Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1659 (1659) Wing W1955; ESTC R186527 53,012 89 View Text
A18588 A substantial and Godly exposition of the praier commonly called the Lords Praier: written in Latin by that reuerend & famous man, D. Martine Chemnitivs. Newly translated out of Latine into English Chemnitz, Martin, 1522-1586. 1598 (1598) STC 5117; ESTC S110811 53,422 146 View Text
A43227 A plain account of certain Christian experiences, labours, services and sufferings, of that ancient servant and minister of Christ, Roger Hebden, deceased containing both warning, consolation, and instruction in righteousness. Hebden, Roger, 1620 or 21-1695. 1700 (1700) Wing H1346A; ESTC R15158 54,976 136 View Text
A29073 A discourse about Christ and antichrist, or, A demonstration that Jesus is the Christ from the truth of his predictions, especially, the coming and the seduction of antichrist : to which is added a treatise about the resurrection / by Edward Bagshaw ... Bagshaw, Edward, 1629-1671. 1661 (1661) Wing B408; ESTC R37055 55,746 68 View Text
A27449 Rome tyrannical, idolatrous and heretical the origine of her errors with an answer to her objections : also three short sermons of repentance against swearing and drunkenness preached to the ships company before Admiral Aylmer and several captains / by Peter Berault. Berault, Peter. 1698 (1698) Wing B1956; ESTC R30222 55,952 193 View Text
A09449 The arte of prophecying, or, A treatise concerning the sacred and onely true manner and methode of preaching first written in Latine by Master William Perkins ; and now faithfully translated into English (for that it containeth many worthie things fit for the knowledge of men of all degrees) by Thomas Tuke.; Prophetica, sive, De sacra et vnica ratione concionandi tractatus. English Perkins, William, 1558-1602.; Tuke, Thomas, d. 1657. 1607 (1607) STC 19735.4; ESTC S4414 56,791 166 View Text
A77227 The Quakers quaking principles examined and refuted in a briefe answer to some erroneous tenets held forth by James Naylor in his answers unto Mr Baxter, and some others that have publikely opposed that blacke spirit in the deluded Quakers. Wherein is also included a serious admonition, how wee ought to behave our selves towards the ministers of the gospell, in respect of communicating unto them; and for giving to the poore, so as the Gospell requires: and to beware of covetousnesse, and the effects thereof, least wee be left of God, and delivered up unto strong delusions, and a blasphemous spirit instead of the spirit of God. The heads of the whole discourse are also premised. / Written by Ellis Bradshavve. Bradshaw, Ellis. 1656 (1656) Wing B4147; Thomason E869_1; ESTC R207737 57,239 71 View Text
A29276 The churches resurrection, or, The creating of the new heavens written by an unworthy gospel-minister, John Bryan. Brayne, John. 1649 (1649) Wing B4321; ESTC R23804 57,437 84 View Text
A61652 A scriptural catechism useful for all sorts of persons, both sure as desired to teach their families and such as desire to learn the principles of the Christian religion out of the Holy Scriptures / by Owen Stockton ... Stockton, Owen, 1630-1680. 1672 (1672) Wing S5700; ESTC R34619 58,281 114 View Text
A34693 Singing of Psalmes a Gospel-ordinance, or, A Treatise wherein are handled these particulars 1. Touching the duty itselfe, 2. Touching the matter to be sung, 3. Touching the singers, 4. Touching the manner of singing / by John Cotton ... Cotton, John, 1584-1652. 1650 (1650) Wing C6457; ESTC R37666 58,343 75 View Text
A55565 Quadriga salutis, or, The four general heads of Christian religion surveyed and explained ... with some few annotations annexed at the latter end. Powell, Thomas, 1608-1660. 1657 (1657) Wing P3073; ESTC R13515 58,465 158 View Text
A19505 Seuen dayes conference betweene a catholicke christian, and a catholicke Romane. Concerning some controuersies of religion. By William Cowper, B. of Galloway. Cowper, William, 1568-1619. 1613 (1613) STC 5934; ESTC S112854 58,489 262 View Text
A47573 The vvorld that now is; and the vvorld that is to come: or The first and second coming of Jesus Christ Wherein several prophecies not yet fulfilled are expounded. By Han. Knollys, a servant of Jesus Christ. Rev. I. 19. Knollys, Hanserd, 1599?-1691. 1681 (1681) Wing K726; ESTC R217229 58,589 161 View Text
A30907 William Michel unmasqued, or, The staggering instability of the pretended stable Christian discovered his omissions observed, and weakness unvailed : in his late faint and feeble animadversions by way of reply to a book intituled Truth cleared of calumnies : wherein the integrity of the Quakers doctrine is the second time justified and cleared from the reiterate, clamorous but causeless calumnies of this cavilling cetechist [sic] / by Robert Barclay. Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. 1672 (1672) Wing B742; ESTC R37062 60,482 82 View Text
A27082 A seasonable warning to such who profess themselves members of reformed churches, into what forme soever gathered ... Bayley, Charles, 17th cent. 1663 (1663) Wing B1473B; ESTC R20749 60,761 76 View Text
B04474 Prelimited forms of praising God, vocally sung by all the church together, proved to be no gospel ordinance. In a sober discourse concerning singing. With a large appendix thereunto added, containing several things not treated of before; and wherein the case of singing is more fully opened and discussed in divers principal branches of it: greatly tending to the clearing and confirmation of the truth discoursed of in the former part. / By Isaac Marlow. Marlow, Isaac. 1691 (1691) Wing M693A; ESTC R233424 61,658 128 View Text
A54497 A demonstration of family-duties: or Certaine propositions and reasons of them taken [ou]t of the holy Scriptures, tending to shew the necessity, nature, and manner of performance of such religious duties, as Christian families ought to spare some time unto from common affaires every day. By T.P. Paget, Thomas, d. 1660. 1643 (1643) Wing P168AA; ESTC R220409 63,974 165 View Text
A39936 Singing the psalmes the duty of Christians under the New Testament, or, A vindication of that gospel-ordinance in V sermons upon Ephesians 5, 19 wherein are asserted and cleared I. That, II. What, III. How, IV. Why [brace] we must sing / by Tho. Ford ... Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. 1659 (1659) Wing F1517; ESTC R35534 65,438 180 View Text
A30059 The contrariety of popery to the blessed word of God wherein may be seen that the doctrine and practice of the Church of Rome are not consistent with the sacred oracles of the Old and New Testament ... / written by Digby Bull ... Bull, Digby. 1695 (1695) Wing B5410; ESTC R8749 67,944 72 View Text
A02349 A compend of the controversies of religion wherin the trueth is confirmed, and errour convinced, by authoritie of Scripture, witnessing of antiquitie, and confession of partie. Most necessary for all, in this backe-slyding age. By W.G. minister of God's word. Guild, William, 1586-1657. 1627 (1627) STC 12479; ESTC S118648 69,651 225 View Text
A69670 A catechism and confession of faith approved of and agreed unto by the general assembly of the patriarchs, prophets, and apostles, Christ himself being chief speaker in and among them : which containeth a true and faithful account of the principles and doctrines which are most surely believed by the churches of Christ in Great Brittain and Ireland who are reproachfully called by the name of Quakers ... : to which is added An expostulation with and appeal to all other professors / by R.B. Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690.; Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. An expostulation with and appeal to all professors. 1673 (1673) Wing B725; ESTC R26677 71,924 193 View Text
A47150 Help in time of need from the God of help to the people of the (so called) Church of Scotland, especially the once more zealous and professing, who have so shamefully degenerated and declined from that which their fathers the primitive Protestants attained unto ... / writ by George Keith, prisoner for the truth in Aberdeen in the latter end of the year 1664. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Jaffray, Alexander, 1614-1673. 1665 (1665) Wing K173; ESTC R36221 73,094 85 View Text
A44360 Due order of law and justice pleaded against irregular & arbitrary proceedings in the case and late imprisonment of George Whitehead and Thomas Burr in the city and county gaol of Norwich, from the 21st day of the 1st moneth called March, 1679, to the 12th day of the 5th moneth, called July, 1680 being an impartial account of the most material passages and letters to the magistrates relating to the said proceedings with the prisoners above said : wherein the people called Quakers are vindicated and cleared from popery : published for information and caution on the behalf of true Protestants and English-mens birth-rights. Hookes, Ellis, d. 1681. 1680 (1680) Wing H2660; ESTC R7941 74,567 109 View Text
A02198 An aunsvver to George Giffords pretended defence of read prayers and devised leitourgies with the vngodly cauils and vvicked sclanders comprised in the first part of his book entituled, A short treatise against the Donatists of England. By Iohn Greenwood Christs poore afflicted prisoner in the Fleete at London, for the trueth of the gospel. Greenwood, John, d. 1593.; Johnson, Francis, 1562-1618. 1603 (1603) STC 12340; ESTC S103420 74,892 78 View Text
A94219 A balm to heal religions wounds applied in a serious advice to sober-minded Christians that love the truth, and are well-wishers to reformation : in answer to The pulpit guard routed, lately set forth by one Thomas Collier ... / by Richard Saunders ... Saunders, Richard, d. 1692. 1652 (1652) Wing S755A; ESTC R42466 75,152 187 View Text
A09597 The Christians A.B.C., or, A Christian alphabet contayning grounds of knowledge vnto saluation first propounded in alphabeticall forme, each proposition being seconded with some solid reasons : secondly repeated by way of question and answer, with the proofe of euery particular point of doctrine, acquainting the reader with the most select texts of scripture, whereupon our Christian faith is grounded / by I.P. B. of D. Phillips, John, d. 1640. 1629 (1629) STC 19877.5; ESTC S3143 76,873 278 View Text
A41067 A touch-stone, or, A perfect tryal by the Scriptures, of all the priests, bishops, and ministers, who have called themselves, the ministers of the Gospel whose time and day hath been in the last ages past, or rather in the night of apostacy : they are tried and weighed by the Scriptures of truth, and are found out of the life and power of the scriptures, and out of the spirit and doctrine of them that gave them forth, and quite contrary to their principle and practice, both Papists and Protestants : unto which is annexed, Womens speaking justified, &c. Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. 1667 (1667) Wing F639; ESTC R7178 82,431 96 View Text
A47436 A discourse concerning the inventions of men in the worship of God by William Lord Bishop of Derry ... King, William, 1650-1729. 1694 (1694) Wing K528; ESTC R9667 85,542 194 View Text
A59955 The true Christian's faith and experience briefly declared, concerning God, Christ, the Spirit, the Holy Scriptures, the Gospel, and the doctrines thereof also, the titular Christian's faith and profession try'd, examin'd, and judg'd : written for the confirmation, and consolation of the one, and for the information in order to the restoration and salvation of the other : also, a few words to such who are newly turned in their minds to the light within, & are believers in it / by William Shewen. Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. 1675 (1675) Wing S3424; ESTC R24530 87,397 208 View Text
A59894 A short summary of the principal controversies between the Church of England, and the church of Rome being a vindication of several Protestant doctrines, in answer to a late pamphlet intituled, Protestancy destitute of Scripture-proofs. Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1687 (1687) Wing S3365; ESTC R22233 88,436 166 View Text
A01736 A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists Wherein, by the answeres vnto certayne writings of theyrs, diuers of their heresies are noted, with sundry fantasticall opinions. By George Giffard, Minister of Gods holy Word in Maldon. Gifford, George, d. 1620. 1590 (1590) STC 11869; ESTC S114289 90,151 124 View Text
A30206 Solomon's temple spiritualiz'd, or, Gospel-light fetcht out of the temple at Jerusalem, to let us more easily into the glory of New-Testament-truths by John Bunyan. Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. 1688 (1688) Wing B5595; ESTC R2850 92,582 242 View Text
A96399 The real Quaker a real Protestant, and the spirit of popery directly struck at in answer to a most malicious and scandalous book, entituled, The papists younger brother, by a disguised author under the titles Misoplanes and Philalethes, but on the contrary proved Philoplanes, Misalethes / by a servant of Christ, G. Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1679 (1679) Wing W1952; ESTC R42838 97,690 135 View Text
A01730 A plaine declaration that our Brownists be full Donatists by comparing them together from point to point out of the writings of Augustine. Also a replie to Master Greenwood touching read prayer, wherein his grosse ignorance is detected, which labouring to purge himselfe from former absurdities, doth plunge himselfe deeper into the mire. By George Gyffard minister of Gods word in Maldon. Gifford, George, d. 1620. 1590 (1590) STC 11862; ESTC S118453 101,969 166 View Text
A49114 An exercitation concerning the frequent use of our Lords Prayer in the publick worship of God and a view of what hath been said by Mr. Owen concerning that subject / by Thomas Long ... Long, Thomas, 1621-1707.; Owen, John, 1616-1683. 1658 (1658) Wing L2966; ESTC R2625 105,187 198 View Text
A78070 The little Bible of the man or the Book of God opened in man by the power of the Lamb. Wherein God is the spirit or inside of the book, and man the letter or out-side of it. In whom, as in a glass, you may both behold the spirit and letter of the holy Scriptures in the new man; fulfilled and explained from Genesis to Jeremiah. This is the first volume of Gods Book in man. Written by a weak instrument of the Lords, Capt. T. Butler. Butler, Thomas, Captain. 1649 (1649) Wing B6339; Thomason E1260_2; ESTC R208898 105,337 331 View Text
A02785 A discourse concerning the soule and spirit of man Wherein is described the essence and dignity thereof, the gifts and graces wherewith God hath endued it, and the estate thereof, aswell present as future. And thereunto is annexed in the end a bipartite instruction, or exhortation, concerning the duties of our thankfulnesse towards God. Written by Simon Harvvard. Harward, Simon, fl. 1572-1614. 1604 (1604) STC 12917; ESTC S116608 106,518 282 View Text
A13169 The examination and confutation of a certaine scurrilous treatise entituled, The suruey of the newe religion, published by Matthew Kellison, in disgrace of true religion professed in the Church of England Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629. 1606 (1606) STC 23464; ESTC S117977 107,346 141 View Text
A44790 The glory of the true church, discovered, as it was in its purity in the primitive time also, a manifestation how and when the apostacy came, and how long it hath continued in the Church of Rome, proved to be in it, because she differs in doctrin & practice from the Church of Christ in the Apostles dayes : published for this end, that people may be informed, and their understandings opened to discern of the times and seasons, and see the difference between the lambs wife and the mother of harlots / by one who desires that all may come to the knowledge of the truth and be saved, and walk in the light of the Lord, Francis Howgill. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1661 (1661) Wing H3162; ESTC R38990 108,097 179 View Text
A37051 The divine art of prayer containing the most proper rules to pray well. With divers meditations and prayers suitable to the necessities of Christians, useful in every family. To which are annexed seasonable prayers for souldiers, both in Their Majesties army and fleet. By Marius D'Assigny, B.D. D'Assigny, Marius, 1643-1717. 1691 (1691) Wing D283; ESTC R214982 108,311 272 View Text
A74691 The arraignment of ignorance: or, ignorance. With the causes and kinds of it; the mischiefes and danger of it, together with the cure of ignorance: as also, the excellency, profit, and benefit of heavenly knowledge, largely set forth from Hos. 4. 6. / By W. G. Minister of the word at Lymington in the County of South-hampton. Gearing, William. 1659 (1659) Wing G429; Thomason E1760_1; ESTC R209751 109,901 231 View Text
B03556 The mischiefes and danger of the sin of ignorance, or, Ignorance arraigned, with the causes, kinds, and cure thereof. As also, the excellency, profit, and benefit of heavenly knowledge. / By W. Geering, minister of the word at Lymington, in the county of Southampton. Gearing, William. 1659 (1659) Wing G436A; ESTC R177550 110,322 239 View Text
A45342 Vindiciæ literarum, the schools guarded, or, The excellency and vsefulnesse of humane learning in subordination to divinity, and preparation to the ministry as also, rules for the expounding of the Holy Scriptures : with a synopsis of the most materiall tropes and figures contained in the sacred scriptures : whereunto is added, an examination of John Websters delusive Examen of academies / by Thomas Hall ... ; in the end is annexed an elaborate defence of logick by a learned pen. Hall, Thomas, 1610-1665. 1655 (1655) Wing H442; ESTC R19229 111,014 276 View Text
A94166 A Christian, sober & plain exercitation on the two grand practicall controversies of these times; infant baptism and singing of psalms Wherein all the scriptures on both sides are recited, opened and argued, with brevity and tenderness: and whatever hath been largely discussed by others, briefly contracted in a special method for the edification of the saints. By Cuthbert Sidenham, teacher to a church of Christ in Newcastle upon Tine. Sydenham, Cuthbert, 1622-1654. 1653 (1653) Wing S6291; Thomason E1443_1; ESTC R209635 113,076 235 View Text
A15396 A catholicon, that is, A generall preservative or remedie against the pseudocatholike religion gathered out of the catholike epistle of S. Jude, briefly expounded, and aptly, according to the time, applied to more then halfe an hundreth of popish errours, and as many corruptions of manners. With a preface seruing as a preparatiue to the catholicon, and a dyet prescribed after.; A catholicon. Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621. 1602 (1602) STC 25673; ESTC S114006 113,250 270 View Text
A44073 A scripture-catechisme towards the confutation of sundry errours, some of them of the present times / by Thomas Hodges. Hodges, Thomas, d. 1688. 1658 (1658) Wing H2322; ESTC R24150 115,858 351 View Text
A34903 An answer to a late book intituled, A discourse concerning the inventions of men in the worship of God, by William, Lord Bishop of Derry wherein the author's arguments against the manner of publick worship performed by Protestant dissenters are examined and by plain Scripture and reason confuted, his mistakes as to matters of fact detected, and some important truths concerning the spirit of prayer and external adoration, &c. vindicated / by Robert Craghead ... Craghead, Robert. 1694 (1694) Wing C6793; ESTC R7154 118,658 170 View Text
A42386 A brief examination of the present Roman Catholick faith contained in Pope Pius his new creed, by the Scriptures, antient fathers and their own modern writers, in answer to a letter desiring satisfaction concerning the visibility of the protestant church and religion in all ages, especially before Luther's time. Gardiner, Samuel, 1619 or 20-1686. 1689 (1689) Wing G244; ESTC R29489 119,057 129 View Text