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|A53504||Christ set forth in several sermons upon the 7th chapter to the Hebrews. By Mr. Robert Ottee, late pastor to a congregation in Beckles in Suffolk||Ottee, Robert, d. 1690.||1690 (1690)||Wing O535; ESTC R213916||87,424||178||View Text|
|A01704||The blessing of a good king Deliuered in eight sermons vpon the storie of the Queene of the south, her words to Salomon, magnifying the gouernment of his familie and kingdome. By Thomas Gibson, minister.||Gibson, Thomas, M.A.||1614 (1614)||STC 11841; ESTC S103127||203,984||514||View Text|
|A17014||The second part of the Protestants plea, and petition for preists and papists Being an historie of the holy preisthood, and sacrifice of the true Church of Christ. Inuincibly prouing them to be, the present sacrificing preisthood: prouing also the sacrifice of the Masse, vsed in the Catholike Roman church: and that these were promised, and foretold by the Prophets, instituted by Christ, and exercised by all his Apostles. Morouer that they haue euer from the first plantinge of Christianitie in this our Britanye, in the dayes of the Apostles, in euery age, and hundred of yeares, beene continued and preferued here. All for the most part, warranted by the writinges and testimonies of the best learned Protestant doctors, and antiquaries of England, and others.||Broughton, Richard.||1625 (1625)||STC 3895.7; ESTC S118746||270,592||733||View Text|
|A38090||Antapologia, or, A full answer to the Apologeticall narration of Mr. Goodwin, Mr. Nye, Mr. Sympson, Mr. Burroughs, Mr. Bridge, members of the Assembly of Divines wherein is handled many of the controversies of these times, viz. ... : humbly also submitted to the honourable Houses of Parliament / by Thomas Edwards ...||Edwards, Thomas, 1599-1647.||1644 (1644)||Wing E223; ESTC R1672||272,405||322||View Text|
|A85783||The Christian in compleat armour. Or, A treatise of the saints war against the Devil, wherein a discovery is made of that grand enemy of God and his people, in his policies, power, seat of his empire, wickednesse, and chiefe designe he hath against the saints. A magazin open'd: from whence the Christian is furnished with spiritual armes for the battel, help't on with his armour, and taught the use of his weapon, together with the happy issue of the whole warre. The first part. / By William Gurnall, Minister of the Gospel in Lavenham. Imprimatur, Edmund Calamy.||Gurnall, William, 1617-1679.||1655 (1655)||Wing G2251; Thomason E824_1; ESTC R207679||343,381||430||View Text|
|A52303||David's harp strung and tuned, or, An easie analysis of the whole book of Psalms cast into such a method, that the summe of every Psalm may quickly be collected and remembred : with a devout meditation or prayer at the end of each psalm, framed for the most part out of the words of the psalm, and fitted for several occasions / by the Reverend Father in God, William ... Lord Bishop of Gloucester.||Nicholson, William, 1591-1672.||1662 (1662)||Wing N1111; ESTC R18470||729,580||564||View Text|