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A04412 The Iesuites Pater noster giuen to Phillip III King of Spaine for his new yeares gift this present yeare. 1611. Together with the Ave Maria. Written first in French: Englished by W.I. W. I., fl. 1611. 1611 (1611) STC 14534; ESTC S106453 1,908 10 View Text
A64807 The last speech and prayer with other passages of Thomas Venner, the chief incourager and promoter of the late horrid rebellion immediately before his execution in Coleman-street on Saturday last being the 19th of Ianuary, 1660 : together with the names of the rest that were condemned for the same fact. Venner, Thomas, d. 1661. 1660 (1660) Wing V194A; ESTC R7065 1,983 10 View Text
A34672 A coppy of a letter of Mr. Cotton of Boston, in New England, sent in answer of certaine objections made against their discipline and orders there, directed to a friend vvith the questions propounded to such as are admitted to the church-fellowship and the covenant it selfe.; Way of the churches of Christ in New-England Cotton, John, 1584-1652. 1641 (1641) Wing C6422; ESTC R11464 3,103 8 View Text
A96508 To the supream authority the Parliament of the Common-VVealth of England. A remonstrance humbly presented by Thomas Wilkes, on behalfe of all the old distressed officers, souldiers, and other creditors upon the publique faith, within this nation, for satisfaction of all their just debts due before 1647. Shewing the severall lamentable conditions of many of them for want of the same, with a visible way for their satisfaction and reliefe. Wilkes, Thomas, fl. 1652. 1652 (1652) Wing W2174; Thomason E671_10; ESTC R204116 3,637 10 View Text
A54001 Tvvo speeches made in the House of Peeres, on Munday the 19th. of December, for, and against accomodation. The one by the Earl of Pembroke, the other by the Lord Brooke. The latter printed by the desire of the House of Commons Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674.; Brooke, Robert Greville, Baron, 1607-1643, attributed name.; Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of, 1584-1650, attributed name.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. Proceedings. 1643-12-19. aut 1643 (1643) Wing P1125A; ESTC R218264 3,837 8 View Text
A61230 To the representatives of the people and nation of England assembled at Westminster at their session begun Octob. 20, 1696 : grace, wisdom, and understanding be communicated forth unto and multiplied amongst ye. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. 1696 (1696) Wing S5148; ESTC R23658 4,288 4 View Text
A76903 Bloudy newes from the East-Indies: being a true relation, and perfect abstract of the cruel, barbarous, and inhumane proceedings of the Dutch-men against the English at Amboyna: ... the unjust tryall of the English marchants and factors: their examinations and confessions: the bloudy sentence pronounced against them: and the manner how Capt. Towerson, Mr. Tompson, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Beomont, Mr. Clerk, and divers others, were hang'd up by the hands on a large door, where they were made fast upon two iron staples, and their hands and legs stretched asunder; as also burning them with lighted torches under their armpits, & with lighted candles in the bottom of their feet, under the elbows, and in the palm of their hands. Then they bound a cloth about their necks and faces very close, and powring water upon their heads, till the cloth was full up to the nostrils, stifled them, forcing their eyes to start of their heads; their cheekes to seem like great bladders; and each mans body to swell as big as three. With their speeches at the place of execution; at which instant a great darkness arose. / These particulars are averred by Mr Ramsey, a merchant; an eye-witness of their martyrdoms; who desires the publishing thereof throughout all England. Signed, James Ramsey. Ramsey, James, merchant. 1651 (1651) Wing B3281; Thomason E650_11; ESTC R205817 5,143 8 View Text
A92701 A covenant to walk with God in an holy stedfastness to maintain the peace of our spirits with God in Christ. Solemnly entred into by certain persons resolving to live according to, and in the power of the life of Christ in them. W. S. 1646 (1646) Wing S190; Thomason E1200_2; ESTC R2148 5,208 57 View Text
A86343 A high and heavenly eccho. By a faithful minister of the Gospel. 1653 (1653) Wing H1960; Thomason 669.f.17[23]; ESTC R211550 5,221 1 View Text
A76195 A description of a prerogative royal. Shevving how far a soveraigne may according to the VVord of God require service of his subjects by his prerogative. Also how far a subject is to give true obedience unto his soveraigne. By M: B. wishing happy prosperity unto the King, Parliament and kingdome. M. B. 1642 (1642) Wing B134; Thomason E114_16; ESTC R9675 5,249 8 View Text
A38049 The petition and articles exhibited in Parliament against Doctor Heywood, late chaplen to the Bishop of Canterburie by the parishioners of S. Giles in the Fields ; with some considerable circumstances, worth observing, in the hearing of the businesse before the grand committee for religion and of his demeanour since. Saint Giles in the Fields Parish Church (London, England); Haywood, William, 1599 or 1600-1663, defendant. 1641 (1641) Wing E2155; ESTC R13525 5,543 11 View Text
A09297 To my beloved wife Helener Penry partaker with me in this life of the suffrings of the gospel in the kingdome and pacience of Iesus Christ, and resting with me in vndowbted hope of the glory that shal-be revealed : all strenght and comfort, with all other spirituall graces be multiplyed through Christ Iesus our Lord. Penry, John, 1559-1593. 1593 (1593) STC 19610; ESTC S1617 5,750 6 View Text
A57424 News from Darby-shire. Or The wonder of all wonders That ever yet was printed, being a perfect and true relation of the handy work of almighty God shown upon the body of one Martha Taylor now living about a mile or something more from Backwell in Darby shire, hard by a pasture commonly called Hadin pasture, this maid as it hath pleased the Lord, she hath fasted forty weeks and more, which may very well be called a wonder of all wonders, though most people wh[i]ch hear this may censure this to be some fable, yet if they please but to take the pains to read over the book, I hope that they will be better satisfied and have some faith to believe. This maid is still alive and hath a watch set over her by order of the Earl of Devon-shire. Written by me T. Robins. B. of D. a well wisher to the gospel of Iesus Christ. Oct.13.1668 Robins, Thomas, fl. 1672-1685. 1668 (1668) Wing R1657; ESTC R220842 5,856 15 View Text
A93744 The lamentation of Richard Stafford, a scribe instructed in the law of God, for the death of Mary Princess of Orange etogether [sic] with a word of instruction and warning to her husband. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. 1695 (1695) Wing S5122; ESTC R42760 5,975 4 View Text
A77418 A briefe declaration of the reasons that moved King James of blessed memory, and the state, to erect a colledge of divines, and other learned men at Chelsey. Together with a copy of His Majesties letters in favouring the same. And an addition of some motives forcible to excite good Christians zeale to a voluntary and liberall contribution. England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1624 : James I). 1646 (1646) Wing B4564; Thomason E324_12; ESTC R200614 6,109 8 View Text
A33510 To the bishops and their ministers or any of them to whom this shall come ; Something by way of query which they are desired to answer in plainness and according to the Scriptures of truth Coale, Leonard.; Coale, Benjamin. 1671 (1671) Wing C4761; ESTC R29227 6,340 12 View Text
A66858 A general epistle to friends of truth and righteousness in England and Holland or elsewhere with a testimony against that spirit that speaks much of holiness and peace but leads back into the world and its pollutions where the cross of Christ is denyed / by Humphry Wollrich, written in the IIth moneth, anno 1665. Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707.; Cater, Samuel, d. 1711. 1665 (1665) Wing W3293; ESTC R26469 6,669 10 View Text
A40127 Canons and institutions drawn up and agreed upon by the General Assembly or Meeting of the heads of the Quakers from all parts of the kingdom at their New-Theatre in Grace-church-street in or about January 1668/9 ; George Fox being their president. Society of Friends.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1669 (1669) Wing F1755; ESTC R36474 6,988 29 View Text
A93761 A word to both houses of Parliament. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1692 (1692) Wing S5150; ESTC R184567 7,112 4 View Text
A93687 A spirit moving in the vvomen-preachers: or, Certaine quæres, vented and put forth unto this affronted, brazen-faced, strange, new feminine brood. Wherein they are proved to be rash, ignorant, ambitious, weake, vaine-glorious, prophane and proud, moved onely by the spirit of errour. 1646 (1646) Wing S4990; Thomason E324_10; ESTC R200613 7,121 11 View Text
A85324 An epistle in the love of God to Friends, with a little chiefly to their tender children. : To which is added a few lines to such that may be farther grown in the truth. Fisher, Abigail. 1696 (1696) Wing F984A; ESTC R177065 7,168 24 View Text
A44837 The antipathy betwixt flesh and spirit in answer to several accusations against the people called Quakers / by Richard Hubberthorne. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1656 (1656) Wing H3221; ESTC R6706 7,403 10 View Text
A25296 Good counsell and advice to all the Friends of truth to be read throughout all their families by them whom the Lord hath called and is calling into his everlasting covenant / written from Amsterdam by William Ames. Ames, William, d. 1662. 1661 (1661) Wing A3006; ESTC R18427 7,497 16 View Text
A87647 A catechisme for, the times. Published according to order. J. K. 1645 (1645) Wing K11; Thomason E1185_7; ESTC R208212 7,934 16 View Text
A29612 The prophet approved by the words of his prophesie coming to passe being a declaration of the message which Daniel Baker received from the Lord to the Parliament ... met together the 6th day of this 8th month in the place falsely called Christ-Church in London, which day was set apart for thanksgiving, but proved a day of persecution and voluptuous feasting to the grief of Gods spirit : also a letter from Daniel Baker to the mayor and recorder of London / published by Thomas Hart. D. B. (Daniel Baker), fl. 1650-1660.; Hart, Thomas, 1629-1704. 1659 (1659) Wing B484; ESTC R9326 8,222 8 View Text
A26826 Truth & innocency triumphing over falshood [and] envy, or Jasper Batt's vindication against William Roger's un-christian [sic] and false insinuations, in his book mis-called The Christian Quaker, &c. Batt, Jasper, d. 1702. 1681 (1681) Wing B1144A; ESTC R215820 8,433 12 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
A15292 Cantus. Of duos, or songs for tvvo voices, composed and made by Thomas Whythorne Gent. Of the which, some be playne and easie to be sung, or played on musicall instruments, & be made for young beginners of both those sorts. And the rest of these Duos be made and set foorth for those that be more perfect in singing or playing as aforesaid, all the which be divided into three parts. [...] Whythorne, Thomas, b. 1528. 1590 (1590) STC 25583; ESTC S102968 9,189 109 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
A56233 The poor mans progress and rest, or, the way of God with man passing through the wildernesse to Canaan In answer to a grand question demanded of the author whilst a prisioner in Jameses. Viz. What the manner of Gods dealing was with him in the severall dispensations that he had gone through; and also the ground of his practise, directed to one of the councel. And now published for the prevention of false suggestions against the said prisioner during his captivity. Wherein is clearly demonstrated, first, the false foundations that many thousands in this generation [ ] upon. Secondly, what the true foundation is with the ill consequences and absurditees of the contrary. Thirdly, the infallability of the this true foundation. Fourthly, the difference between living to Christ and living by him. ... Tenthly, some reasons to induce submission to imposition of hands. All made plain by scripture reason and experience. By William Pryer, a poor despised servant of Jesus, ... Pryor, William. 1655 (1655) Wing P4132A; ESTC R218357 9,493 14 View Text
A78367 A general epistle to all Friends who are convinced of the truth. With a word of exhortation to Friends, to be diligent in keeping their mens & womens meetings, for the service of truth; with a testimony to the same. : Also, an invitation to all that come to our meetings to hear the truth declared, no to rest in hearing, but to come into obedience thereunto, that so their souls may be saved. / By Samuel Cater. Cater, Samuel, d. 1711. 1680 (1680) Wing C1484; ESTC R171110 9,626 15 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
A72529 An advertisement to everie Godly reader of Mr. Thomas Brightman his book. namely [sic], A revelation of the apocalyps. In which advertisement is shewed how corruptly he teacheth, that notwithstanding all the sinns & abhominations that are in the Church of England, and by him shewed, yet that it is blasphemous to separate from it L'Écluse, Jean de. 1612 (1612) STC 15351.7; ESTC S124557 10,502 15 View Text
A52085 The womans advocate shewing the reason according to Scripture or the scripture reason why God hath brought to light the true meaning of his word by an unexpected hand. Marsin, M. 1697 (1697) Wing M813F; ESTC R31214 10,806 18 View Text
A44789 A general epistle to the dispersed and persecuted flock of Christ Jesus in the dominion of England and all parts and regions where this shall come who have believed in Christ the Light of the World and now suffers for his names sake / [by] F.H. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1665 (1665) Wing H3161; ESTC R30345 10,851 16 View Text
A61010 The Bishop of Exons Caution to his diocese against false doctrines delivered in a sermon at Truro in Cornwall at his primary visitation. Sparrow, Anthony, 1612-1685. 1669 (1669) Wing S4822; ESTC R31955 10,922 20 View Text
A65829 An epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ, against the spirit of discord, disorder and confusion &c. recommended to friends in truth, chiefly for the sake of the weak and unstable minded ... / by Anne Whitehead, Mary Elson. Whitehead, Anne, 1624-1686.; Elson, Mary, 1623 or 4-1707. 1680 (1680) Wing W1882; ESTC R24551 11,014 15 View Text
A31341 A salutation in the love of God and in the fellowship of the work of His blessed truth ... with a word of exhortation and counsel ... also a warning unto all them that have long known the truth but have not, neither obey it with all their hearts ... / by Samuel Cater. Cater, Samuel, d. 1711. 1672 (1672) Wing C1489; ESTC R36283 11,127 14 View Text
A63486 A faithful and true witenss to the light of Jesus Christ, or, Word of faith within in the heart and conscience proving that God alwayes did, and doth reveal himself in it, and through it to the sons and daughters of men, that they may believe and be saved ... : also a postscript in answer to some base lyes and reflections cast upon me by William Haworth, an independent preacher / Christopher Taylor. Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. 1675 (1675) Wing T264; ESTC R25802 11,574 18 View Text
A83999 Englands satisfaction in eight queries; concerning the true place, office, and power of a king, according to Gods word. 1643 (1643) Wing E3046; Thomason E105_14; ESTC R17568 12,050 15 View Text
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
A52031 Some testimonies of the life, death and sufferings of Amariah Drewet of Cirencester in Gloucestershire, lately deceased and to the way of life wherein he walked, whose living words upon his dying bed are worthy to be had in remembrance. Drewet, Mary.; Drewet, John.; Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698.; Townsend, Theophila. 1688 (1688) Wing M743; ESTC R40454 12,100 17 View Text
A65830 An epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ against the spirit of discord, disorder and confusion &c. : recommended to friends in truth chiefly for the sake of the weak and unstable minded for information and encouragement in our Christian unity and society, held in the spirit of Christ both in faith and practice / by two servants of the Church according to our measures, Anne Whitehead, Mary Elson. Whitehead, Anne, 1624-1686.; Elson, Mary, 1623 or 4-1707. 1680 (1680) Wing W1883; ESTC R234487 12,141 18 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
A87229 The great case of conscience opened: in the particular unfolding, and examination of those two difficult texts, in Mat. 5.33,34. and Jam. 5.12. about the lawfulness or unlawfulness of swearing: wherein the evidence of Scripture-light, as laid down in the Old and New Testament, in variety of cases and examples (not hitherto insisted on) are succinctly and clearly stated; and usefully accommodated & suited to the present state and condition of many suffering Christians. By Ieremiah Ives. Ives, Jeremiah, fl. 1653-1674. 1661 (1661) Wing I1099; Thomason E1082_2; ESTC R202611 12,526 16 View Text
A86418 The Quakers looking-glass look'd upon; and turned toward himself; in a sober reply to an uncivll [sic] pamplet published by Luke Howard a Quaker, against a narrative formerly published, setting forth the folly and presumption of Charles Baily a Quaker, sometimes a prisoner in Dover ... Hobbs, Richard, 17th cent. 1673 (1673) Wing H2271; ESTC R178062 12,778 15 View Text
A57810 Maromah, the Lord of Rome the Antichrist, finally and fully discover'd his name and the number of his name, hitherto wonderfully hid in the words of Solomon and Isaiah, but now reveal'd beyond all scruple and doubt : to the most seasonable comfort of all the faithful, to the everlasting confusion of Pope and popish ministers, to the vindication, praise and encouragement of all Protestant witnesses, peculiarly [sic] the happy discoverers of the late most horrid Popish Plot : being a second sermon on Prov. XIV. 25, preacht in Istleworth Church on Novemb. 16, 1679 / by William Ramsay, B.D. ... Ramsay, William, B.D.; Ramsay, William, B.D. Mirmah, Maromah, Maroum. 1680 (1680) Wing R217; ESTC R10342 13,292 37 View Text
A89009 An exhortation to all people in general. Together with a warning to the drunkards of England, who were my companions in the kingdom of darkness, whom my soul pities. : Being a testimony to the way and truth of God ... / Robert Maynforth. Maynforth, Robert. 1691 (1691) Wing M1489A; ESTC R180492 13,790 42 View Text
A71209 The opinion of the Roman jvdges touching imprisonment and the liberty of the subject, or, A sermon preached at the Abby at Westminster, at a late publique fast, Jan. 25, 1642 by J.V. Prisoner. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1643 (1643) Wing V320; ESTC R4189 14,314 27 View Text
A29607 The guiltless cries and warnings of the innocent against injustice, oppression, cruelty, false-swearers, envious men, and such like witnesses, arisen up against a plain man, or, A living and true witnesse condemned, through want of sound (yet through unjust) judgment : together with the unequall and unreasonable proceedings of Humphry Wildey, Mayor, and Edward Solley, and Robert Sollers, Aldermen, and Justices of the city Worcester, as may plainly appear by what followeth, besides the unjust sufferings of the guiltlesse ... / from the hand, mouth, and very heart of a true Friend, and not an enemy to the person, or well-being of any man, woman, or childe within thee, O city, or upon the face of the earth, throughout the whole creation of God, or of that which lieth under the cruel bondage of death and corruption, for which I suffer, and labour, and travail, with, and among many brethren, for its perfect freedome, and restauration, into the glorious liberty of the sons of God (as in the beginning), whose servant, witnesse, and prisoner for the elects sake, I am called by men Daniel Baker, by scorners, a Quaker. D. B. (Daniel Baker), fl. 1650-1660. 1660 (1660) Wing B482B; ESTC R22840 14,464 20 View Text
A01235 The priuiledges of the vpright in heart Expressed in brief meditations upon the 84 Psalme: and more particularly vpon the 11 verse thereof. Studied for the vse of the right worshipfull Company of Drapers London By W.F. Freake, William. 1639 (1639) STC 11347.5; ESTC S120859 14,597 40 View Text
A42361 A sermon preach'd upon breach of covenant by that reverend and worthy servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. John Guthrie ... 1663. Guthrie, John, 1632-1669. 1663 (1663) Wing G2268; ESTC R7776 15,177 15 View Text
B16254 The path-way to please God Which way whomsoeuer walketh, especially in the time of anie worldly affliction, shalbe defended against all temptations. Wallis, Thomas, fl. 1583. 1617 (1617) STC 24991.5; ESTC S106290 15,317 128 View Text
A44638 A few plain words of instruction given forth as moved of the Lord, for all people whose minds and hearts are inclinable after the way of peace ... / by him who is known to many by name, Luke Howard. Howard, Luke, 1621-1699. 1658 (1658) Wing H2985; ESTC R6500 15,631 23 View Text
A60440 Man driven out of the earth and darkness, by the light, life, and mighty hand of God where in plain and simple truths are brought to light, that so the cause of stumbling may be taken from before the eyes of the rulars ... / written ... from their friend ... called of men Humphery Smith. Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. 1658 (1658) Wing S4068_VARIANT; ESTC R33842 15,846 16 View Text
A61837 Balm in Gilead, or, A spur to repentance as it was lately delivered in a sermon by James Strong ... Strong, James, 1618 or 19-1694. 1676 (1676) Wing S5989_VARIANT; ESTC R34626 15,886 50 View Text
A94532 My edict royal Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. 1655 (1655) Wing T152C; ESTC R232368 16,008 30 View Text
A49413 Christian liberty not to be abused, or, Antient and primitive truth correcting some modern, or new abuses, of that which is so much pleaded for, and so little understood, viz. Christian liberty in a sermon preached in the church of Bridport within the county of Dorset, on Sunday the forenoon, being November 3. 1672 ... / by Rich. Luce ... Luce, Richard, Presbyter of the Church of England. 1673 (1673) Wing L3423A; ESTC R5778 16,643 38 View Text
A28360 A small account given forth by one that hath been a traveller for these 40 years in the good old way And as an incouragement to the weary to go forward; I by experience have found there is a rest remains for all they that truly trusts in the Lord. S.B. Blandford, Susannah. 1698 (1698) Wing B3163A; ESTC R214903 16,709 44 View Text
A40932 Gospel liberty sent down from heaven in a suffering time, or, Christian toleration given and granted by the Lord, about the worship of God ... by R.F. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1664 (1664) Wing F484; ESTC R24320 17,187 30 View Text
A96623 The gadding tribe reproved by the light of the Scriptures. Wherin the true Protestants are encouraged to hold fast their Christian profession, maugre the Beast (i.e.) the pope; or the image of the Beast (i.e.) the Quakers, and their followers: to whom is given a mouth to speak great things. / By George Willington, schoolmaster in the city of Bristoll. Willington, George. 1655 (1655) Wing W2802; ESTC R186606 17,221 35 View Text
A26157 The grand charter of Christian feasts, with the right way of keeping them in a sermon preach'd at a meeting of several of the natives and inhabitants of the county of Buckingham, in the Church of St. Mary Le-Bow, Nov. 30, 1685 / by Lewis Atterbury ... Atterbury, Lewis, d. 1693. 1686 (1686) Wing A4156; ESTC R8396 17,372 36 View Text
A47177 A sermon preached at the meeting of Protestant dissenters called Quakers in Turners-Hall, London, on the 16th of the second month, 1696 : being the publick day of thanksgiving for the deliverance of the King and Kingdom : to which is added a testimony ... to King William the III from the aforesaid people ... / by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1696 (1696) Wing K208; ESTC R28960 18,109 32 View Text
A51425 The necessity of Christian subjection demonstrated, and proved by the doctrine of Christ, and the apostles, the practice of primitive Christians, the rules of religion, cases of conscience, and consent of latter Orthodox divines, that the power of the King is not of humane, but of divine right, and that God onely is the efficient cause thereof : whereunto is added, an appendix of all the chief objections that malice is selfe could lay upon His Majestie, with a full answer to every particular objection : also a tract intituled, Christvs Dei : wherein is proved that our Soveraign Lord the King is not onely major singulis, but major universis. Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659. 1643 (1643) Wing M2842; ESTC R232334 18,967 25 View Text
A81535 A discovery of the great fantasie, or, Phantasticall conceitednesse. That is to say, of the antichristian blindnes of those, that out of a meer false imagination and phantasticall conceitednesse, do hold themselves to be Christians, sprituall divines, deputies and messengers or spokes-men of Christ, and take upon them, as mediatours, to save others, whom they call the secular lay-men; therewithall, reviling, traducing, condemning, excommunicating, persecuting, exiling, and putting to death the true children of God, for not yeelding unto this phantasie of theirs, conceiving, that therein they do God great service, when they busie themselves in weeding the ground thus, according to their phantasies, and endeavouring to save the angels a labour against the time of the harvest. Together with a discovery of the great arch-whore, and her paramours or lovers, whereof the spirit of God beareth witnesse. 1642 (1642) Wing D1651; Thomason E124_28; ESTC R6001 19,094 24 View Text
A94051 Mercy rejoycing against judgement: or, God waiting to be gracious to a sinfull nation. A sermon preached before the honorable House of Commons in Margarets Westminster, upon the solemne day of their publique humiliation and monethly fast, Octob. 29. 1645. / By John Strickland, B.D. pastor of the church at Edmonds in the citie of New Sarum, now preacher at Peters Poor, London, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. Published by order of the House of Commons. Strickland, John, 1600 or 1601-1670. 1645 (1645) Wing S5973; Thomason E307_21; ESTC R200349 19,186 32 View Text
A57315 A true prospect for the bishops, priests & deacons and all other within the jurisdiction of the Church of England who are professors of the common prayer, through which they may see how far they are short in faith, principle and practice of divers sound truths therin specified : also the proper right of the Quakers to divers good things therein vindicated and pleaded for ... / published by Ambrose Rigg. Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. 1663 (1663) Wing R1499; ESTC R25100 19,344 24 View Text
A78422 The depths of Satan discovered: or, the Jesuits last design to ruine religion. Being, some observations upon a pamphlet, called, The swords abuse asserted: by John Vernon. Presented to the consideration of the Armie. Citie. Kingdome. / By Philopatrius Philalethes. Cawdrey, Daniel, 1588-1664. 1649 (1649) Wing C1625; Thomason E539_1; ESTC R205694 19,373 34 View Text
A14846 An enterlude called lusty Iuuentus Lyuely describing the frailtie of youth: of natur, prone to vyce: by grace and good counsayll, traynable to vertue. The parsonages that speake. Messenger. Lusty Iuuentus. Good counsaill. Knowledge. Sathan the deuyll. Hypocrisie. Felowship. Abhominable lyuing. Gods mercifull promises. Foure maye playe it easely, takyng such partes as they thinke best: so that any one take of those partes that be not in place at once.; Lusty Juventus Wever, R. 1565 (1565) STC 25149.5; ESTC S111631 19,442 39 View Text
A93743 Jeremiah VI.4. Wo unto us for the day goeth away, for the shadows of the evening are stretched out Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. 1700 (1700) Wing S5121A; ESTC R184558 19,699 26 View Text
A11247 Resurgendum. A notable sermon concerning the resurrection, preached not long since at the court, by L. S. L. S., fl. 1593. 1593 (1593) STC 21508; ESTC S120772 19,781 36 View Text
A26893 A seasonable word of advice unto all the saints in England whereby they are exhorted to beware of Satans subtilties, and hold fast the words of sound doctrine / by J.B., a lover of the truth. J. B. 1655 (1655) Wing B122; ESTC R32845 20,027 31 View Text
A87649 Scripture security for conscience. Reconciling the safety of truth with the safety of persons. By an honest counterplot to keep off the execution of an expected ordinance. With a Scripture catechisme very usefull in these times. For advancing unity. Suppressing errour. Stating present controversies. Vindicating the covenanted reformation. I. K. 1646 (1646) Wing K12; Wing K13; Thomason E1188_2; ESTC R204917 20,384 48 View Text
A80276 A complaint and petition of the whole kingdome of England for satisfaction of conscience, and avoiding rebellion. 1643 (1643) Wing C5612; ESTC R232719 20,510 29 View Text
A44541 A book of some of the sufferings and passages of Myles Halhead of Mount-Joy in Underbarrow in the county of Westmorland as also, concerning his labour and travel in the work of the Lord ... Halhead, Miles, 1613 or 14-1689 or 90. 1690 (1690) Wing H285; ESTC R5882 20,571 26 View Text
A57739 The blessedness of departed saints in their immediate enjoyment of God in glorie Propounded and improved in a funeral-sermon, upon Revel. 14.13. March 3. 1651. By Joseph Rowe, minister of the Gospel, and pastor of Buckland-monachorum in Devon. Rowe, Joseph, b. 1617 or 18. 1654 (1654) Wing R2067A; ESTC R218416 20,652 33 View Text
A89029 A standard set up: whereunto the true seed and saints of the most High may be gathered together into one, out of their several forms: for the Lambe against the Beast, and false prophet in this good and honourable cause. Or The principles & declaration of the remnant, who have waited for the blessed appearance and hope. Shewing, how saints as saints, men as men, and the creation shall have their blessings herein, as in the deliverance of the true Church out of Babylon, and all confusion; as in the most righteous and free-common-wealth-state; as in the restitution of all things. Subscribed W. Medley, scribe. Medley, William, scribe. 1657 (1657) Wing M1612; Thomason E910_10; ESTC R202911 20,825 28 View Text
A60628 The everlasting truth exalted being a plain testimony unto the manifestations, growth and prosperity of truth : also some dangers opened and discovered in the not receiving truth, or having received it, departing from it : also a short testimony unto gospel meetings and fellowship ... / William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1669 (1669) Wing S4299; ESTC R3823 20,906 26 View Text
A46909 Balsamum Britannicum, Brittains balm: or, The means of recovery for a languishing kingdom Preached in a sermon before the honourable judges for the Northern Circuite, at the generall assizes holden in the Citie of Yorke, 21. March, 1647. By John Johnson Mr. of A. and minister of Methley in Yorkeshire, [sic] Johnson, John, minister of Methley. 1648 (1648) Wing J781A; ESTC R219111 20,947 65 View Text
A81983 Psalmos theios, or a Divine psalme or, song, wherein predestination is maintained, yet the honour of Jehovah preserved and vindicated: and to that eternall song the holy scripture dedicated, / by John Davis. Whereunto is annexed an elogie upon the patron, with certaine divine epigrams to whom the author presented some of his books.. Davis, John, b. 1628 or 9. 1652 (1652) Wing D388; Thomason E683_24; ESTC R206823 21,012 64 View Text
A78553 An apology for the ministers of the county of Wilts, in their actings at the election of Members for the approaching Parliament. In answer to a letter sent out of the said county, pretending to lay open the dangerous designes of the clergy, in reference to the approaching Parliament. Wherein is shewed, the notorious falshood of the said letter: how injurious it is to the gentlemen elected: and the dangerous designe of it against the ministry. By some of the defamed ministers of the Gospel in the same county. Humphrey Chambers, D.D. John Strickland. Adoniram Bifield. Peter Ince. Chambers, Humphrey, 1598 or 9-1662.; Strickland, John, 1600 or 1601-1670.; Byfield, Adoniram, d. 1660.; Ince, Peter, b. 1614 or 1615. 1654 (1654) Wing C1914; Thomason E808_9; ESTC R207523 21,209 31 View Text
A85153 VVitchcraft cast out from the religious seed and Israel of God. And the black art, or, nicromancery inchantments, sorcerers, wizards, lying divination, conjuration, and witchcraft, discovered, with the ground, fruits, and effects thereof: as it is proved to be acted in the mistery of iniquity, by the power of darknesse, and witnessed against by Scripture, and declared against also, from, and by them that the world scornfully calleth Quakers. Shewing, the danger thereof, ... Also, some things to clear the truth from reproaches, lies and slanders, and false accusations, occasioned by Daniel Bott and his slander-carriers, ... / Written in Warwickshire, the ninth moneth, 1654. As a judgement upon witchcraft, and a deniall, testimony and declaration against witchcraft, from those that the world reproachfully calleth Quakers. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F513; Thomason E829_12; ESTC R202140 21,407 25 View Text
A14265 An ansvvere or admonition to those of the Church of Rome, touching the iubile, proclaimed by the bull, made and set foorth by Pope Clement the eyght, for the yeare of our Lord. 1600. Translated out of French; Aviso a los de la iglesia romana, sobre la indiccion de jubiléo, por la bulla del papa Clemente octavo. English Valera, Cipriano de, 1532?-1625. 1600 (1600) STC 24578.5; ESTC S116178 21,562 32 View Text
A42523 A record of some persecutions inflicted upon some of the servants of the Lord in South-Wales with the sufferings of many for not paying tithes, not repairing steeple-houses, and for not coming to steeple-houses : also the fruits of some of the priests who are called ministers of the Gospel in South-Wales, and Pembrook-shire, where some persecution hath been at Harford-west, which in short is here also mentioned, which hath not been brought to publick view till now / by Francis Gawler. Gawler, Francis. 1659 (1659) Wing G396; ESTC R39564 21,591 30 View Text
A26199 The suffering condition of the servants of the Lord at this day vindicated and some reasons given why the people called Quakers do own the doctrine of Christ, to continue in it, and to meet together in the name and fear of the Lord, to wait upon him, and worship him in spirit and truth, not withstanding they meet with sufferings in this present time for so doing : Bristol, the 6th month, 1662 / John Audland. Audland, John, 1630-1664. 1662 (1662) Wing A4198; ESTC R22605 21,740 31 View Text
A51227 A sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, on the 28th of May, 1682 by John Moore ... Moore, John, 1646-1714. 1682 (1682) Wing M2552; ESTC R20127 21,938 53 View Text
A55410 Poor Robins Character of France, or, France painted to the life in a brief dialogue of the description of that nation, their manners, customs, complements, language, discourse &c. : as also, an exact character of the city of Paris, of their gentry, peasants, women &c. / by Poor Robin ... Poor Robin.; Winstanley, William, 1628?-1698. 1666 (1666) Wing P2878; ESTC R8615 21,984 32 View Text
A86190 A peace-offering in the Temple; or, A seasonable plea for unity among dissenting brethren: in a sermon at St. Paul's Church, London, before the Right Honouable the Lord Mayor, &c. on the 14th of October, 1660. By Richard Henchman, Rectour of St. James-Garlick-Hyth. Henchman, Richard, d. 1672. 1660 (1660) Wing H1429; Thomason E1048_3; ESTC R208108 22,545 39 View Text
A50163 Souldiers counselled and comforted a discourse delivered unto some part of the forces engaged in the just war of New-England against the northern & eastern Indians, Sept. 1, 1689 / by Cotton Mather ... Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. 1689 (1689) Wing M1154; ESTC W19438 22,581 50 View Text
A59322 Insignia Bataviæ, or, The Dutch trophies display'd being exact relations of the unjust, horrid, and most barbarous proceedings of the Dutch against the English in the East-Indies : whereby is plainly demonstrable what the English must expect from the Hollanders when at any time or place they become their masters / by Elkanah Settle. Settle, Elkanah, 1648-1724. 1688 (1688) Wing S2696; ESTC R37369 23,105 31 View Text
A03857 The advise of a sonne, novv professing the religion established in the present Church of England, to his deare mother, yet a Roman Catholike Hungerford, Anthony, Sir, 1564-1627. 1616 (1616) STC 13971.5; ESTC S115241 23,830 40 View Text
A96687 New-Englands salamander, discovered by an irreligious and scornefull pamphlet, called New-Englands Jonas cast up at London, &c. Owned by Major Iohn Childe, but not probable to be written by him. Or, A satisfactory answer to many aspersions cast upon New-England therein. Wherein our government there is shewed to bee legall and not arbitrary, being as neere the law of England as our condition will permit. Together with a briefe reply to what is written in answer to certaine passages in a late booke called Hypocrisie unmasked. / By Edw. Winslow. Winslow, Edward, 1595-1655. 1647 (1647) Wing W3038; Thomason E390_8; ESTC R201531 24,205 33 View Text
A81396 Christ exalted, and alone worthy to open the seals of the book. And the scriptures owned in their place. A true testimony of him, as is manifest, in answer to a book, intituled, The Quakers apostacy, from the perfect rule of scriptures. Given forth by John Timson, of Great Bowden in Leicestershire. And the deceits and blasphemies he charges upon the Quakers, is turned upon his own head, and he found guilty of what he reproaches them with, in what is written for the simples sake, and truth to clear from false accusations and lyes cast upon it. And the ten queries he saith he vindicateth, and would print but foure of them, they are all published, with the answers that he charges to be confused, dark and deceitfull, that the answers may witnesse for themselves against what is charged upon them. He that hath an understanding in the light, read and judge. / William Dewsberry. Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. 1656 (1656) Wing D1258; Thomason E891_6; ESTC R206512 24,367 32 View Text
A57212 Abstracts of some letters written by Mr. Robert Rich treating mostly of spiritual matters and here transmitted to posterity and recommended to the sober and serious enquirer for promoting of universal love amongst all sorts of people without respect of persons, parties, or sects : together with a friendly letter of Dr. Jer. Taylor to the said R.R. in answer to one of his / published by J.P. Rich, Robert, d. 1679.; Pennyman, John, 1628-1706. 1680 (1680) Wing R1354; ESTC R26429 24,390 27 View Text
A31656 An effort against bigotry, and for Christian catholocism being a discourse on Rom. 14, 17 / delivered at Andover in Hampshire by Henry Chandler. Chandler, Henry. 1699 (1699) Wing C1926; ESTC R32616 24,696 36 View Text
A78561 A tender salutation: or, loving epistle to such, who have a breathing in the innocent life of my friends with whom I walked in the outward observances. Also, for my relations (after the flesh) with all others professing God, and that have any breathings after the truth in the inward parts. Wherein something is declared in the power and light of God, concerning the sure foundation, and the house of God, with the inward glory, government, cloathing, feeding, non-superiority, and safety, that is in Gods habitation. With a word to the weak to establish them, that they faint not at the appearances of outward trouble for their consciences. - Whereunto is annexed a further discovery of God to my soul, concerning the spiritual temple, tabernacle and ark of Gods testimony, being the truth, life, and substance of the temple, tabernacle and ark of the testimony under the legal day. - To be read in the light, which discovers the things that be of God. - Chandler, Jacob. 1664 (1664) Wing C1927A; ESTC R227552 24,960 33 View Text
A89837 A few words occasioned by a paper lately printed, stiled, A discourse concerning the Quakers. Together with a call to magistrates, ministers, lawyers, and people to repentance. Wherein all men may see, that the doctrine and life of those people whom the world scornefully calls Quakers, is the very doctnrie [sic] and life of Christ. Written for the sake of the simple minded ones, who are willing to follow Christ under the crosse, and to deny all things to be his disciples. By a servant of the Lord, reproached by the world, and carnall worshippers, under the name of a Quaker; whose name in the flesh is Iames Nayler. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.; A. P. 1654 (1654) Wing N279; Thomason E731_23; ESTC R202987 25,300 28 View Text
A19279 The true and perfect copie of a godly sermon preached in the minister at Lincolne, by the reuerend father in God, Thomas L. Bishop of Lincolne the .28. of August. Anno. 1575. Cooper, Thomas, 1517?-1594. 1575 (1575) STC 5691; ESTC S111168 25,439 76 View Text
A79509 The childs book and youths book in two parts. : The first teaching an easie and delightful way to read true English ... : The second containing a method for spelling, a catechism, a confession of faith, a copy book, a perpetual almanack .... S. T. 1672 (1672) Wing C3874A; ESTC R173832 25,787 164 View Text
A69202 Generall demands concerning the late covenant propounded by the ministers and professors of divinitie in Aberdene, to some reverend brethren, who came thither to recommend the late covenant to them, and to those who are committed to their charge. Together with the answers of those reverend brethren to the said demands. As also the replyes of the foresaid ministers and professors to their answers. Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646.; Forbes, John, 1593-1648.; Hamilton, James Hamilton, Duke of, 1606-1649. 1638 (1638) STC 66; ESTC S100396 26,442 56 View Text