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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
A40171 An epistle to all Christians to keep to yea, yea, and nay, nay, and to fulfil their words and promises by G.F. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1682 (1682) Wing F1804; ESTC R28648 2,759 10 View Text
A41104 A relation of some notable cures accounted incurable as followeth. Faber, Albert Otto, 1612-1684. 1663 (1663) Wing F68; ESTC R37759 3,057 5 View Text
A46704 A lively testimony to the living truth given forth by Robert Jeckell upon his death-bed in the presence of many eye and ear witnesses whose names are subscribed. Jeckell, Robert, d. 1676. 1676 (1676) Wing J514; ESTC R26822 3,700 10 View Text
A77687 The strength and power of God manifested (in the creatures weakness) against the hard judgment and judgments of cruel and unreasonable minded men ... Baker, Richard, d. 1697. 1660 (1660) Wing B514C; ESTC R223011 5,129 6 View Text
A70324 To all our friends and brethren at the severall monthly an[d] particular meetings in and throughout the County of York Hammond, Thomas, 17th cent. 1690 (1690) Wing H625A; ESTC R23759 7,586 8 View Text
A27593 A conciliatoy [sic] judgment concerning Dr. Crisp's sermons and Mr. Baxter's dissatisfactions in them by T. Beverley. Beverley, Thomas. 1690 (1690) Wing B2135; ESTC R23688 8,458 13 View Text
A89161 The down-fall of Babylon or, The ruine of Antichrist : being that mystery of iniquity, which beginneth to worke in the children of disobedience, the Independents. / By Alexander Mingzeis minister of Gods Word. Mingzeis, Alexander. 1647 (1647) Wing M2192; Thomason E1184_6; ESTC R204875 9,425 33 View Text
A40950 The spirit of God speaking in the temple of God, or, Gods spiritual teachings in his people puts flesh to silence that the spirit of Christ may speak in the church &c. written by Richard Farnworth. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1663 (1663) Wing F504; ESTC R25392 9,509 15 View Text
A44591 The poor mans misery, or, Poverty attendeth vain company with a speedy call to repentance from their ways. Wherein you may behold who they are that are reckoned in the ranck of vain persons, and also the great danger they live in, whilst they live in vanity, and follow the ways of sin and wickedness. Very necessary for all to read and consider of the danger thereof in this day, wherein so many take pleasure in sin, and wicked company. By Roger Hough a lover of sobriety. Hough, Roger. 1670 (1670) Wing H2913; ESTC R215374 9,893 27 View Text
A89757 A declaration or testimony given by Captain Robert Norwood under his hand, (the which was by him publickly read at a meeting in Ab-church before Mr. Sidrack Simpson together with many others;) April 21. 1651. Together with several his answers and desires, proposed to them for satisfaction after his excommunication; worthy the most serious consideration of all: now brought to publick view for clearing of truth, discovering of error, and his own vindication in reference to many unjust and untrue aspersions cast upon him. Norwood, Robert, Captain. 1651 (1651) Wing N1381; Thomason E632_1; ESTC R20899 10,098 16 View Text
A58412 A tender visitation of love to professors and profane, but especially to the inhabitants of the town of Waymouth. With some directions how they may try themselves, whether they are yet in their sins, or whether they are come to him that makes an end of sin. Also a warning to all sorts of people, that they may repent of the evil of their wayes whilest the day of mercy lasteth, least repentance be hid from their eyes. Howl ye inhabitants of the earth, for the day of vengeance is at hand, the Lord will stain the glory of all flesh. Being written from the breathings of life, by a hand-maid of the Lord, S. R. S. R. 1661 (1661) Wing R77; ESTC R219656 10,437 16 View Text
A77956 Something in answer to a book called Choice experiences, given forth by one J. Turner. Also the copy of a letter sent to the assembly of those that are called anabaptists in Newcastle. Wherein the simple minded ones may see the deceit of those people, who take up the practises of others, by imitation and tradition from the Scriptures, not having the same commands themselves, as the saints alwayes had, from the spirit of the Lord. And that Christ in the saints, which is their hope of glory, is the same Christ that was crucified by the Jews, who is the lambe slaine from the foundation of the world. Also the difference between the saints who waite on the Lord for the moving if his spirit to be acted, when, and as he please; and formalists of these dayes, who in their owne wills and time practice their imitations of duties and ordinances, which the Lord abhorres. By a servant of the Lord, named of the world Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1654 (1654) Wing B6025; Thomason E816_2; ESTC R207361 11,095 15 View Text
A44839 The difference of that call of God to the ministry which is by the power of his own gift and measure of life, revealed, and of that, which is received of man, and taught by man, as is manifest by these two severall calls, herein declared, with several principals relating to this second call, answered / by Richard Hubberthorn. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing H3223; ESTC R21988 11,470 18 View Text
A93769 Marginall antidotes, to be affixed over against the lines of R.H. and E.B. their pamphlet, entituled, The rebukes of a reviler. Written and prescribed by John Stalham of Terling. Stalham, John, d. 1681. 1657 (1657) Wing S5185; Thomason E926_3; ESTC R207582 11,917 15 View Text
A93412 A testimony for the truth and against deceit and deceivers with a reproof unto those who are not faithful to the truth which they are convinced of / By Stephen Smith. Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. 1668 (1668) Wing S4215; ESTC R184378 12,419 15 View Text
A30548 To Charles Fleetvvood, steward, Robert Hatton, recorder, Sackford Gunstone, Henry Wilcock, baliffs being judges in the Court of Kingstone upon Thames : the state of the old controversie ... between Richard Mayo, plaintiffe, and Edward Burrough, defendant / by Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6035; ESTC R12828 12,746 18 View Text
A94718 The naked truth laid open, against vvhat is amiss: or, may be mis-interpreted, in those two bookes: the one, entituled, The foot out of the snare; and the other, The snare broken. Together with a word of invitation to all who are estranged to the true faith, that they would hear and receive the word of truth, which makes free the Israel of God. / Set forth by me John Toldervy. Toldervy, John. 1656 (1656) Wing T1769; Thomason E868_13; ESTC R207736 12,904 17 View Text
A08364 The haven of the afflicted A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Gloucester Aug. 10. 1613. By Sebastian Benefield Doctor of Divinity and fellow of C.C.C. in Oxford. Benefield, Sebastian, 1559-1630. 1613 (1613) STC 1869; ESTC S114173 12,952 28 View Text
A54111 A brief examination and state of liberty spiritual both with respect to persons in their private capacity and in their church society and communion / written ... by a lover of true liberty, as it is in Jesus, William Penn. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1681 (1681) Wing P1260; ESTC R32173 13,519 20 View Text
A65895 Truth tryumphing in a suffering time over deceit and falsehood, or, William Prynn's book of Quakers unmasked clearly detected and the innocency of the people vindicated from the grosse abuses and injuries done them by him ... / by G.W. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1664 (1664) Wing W1970; ESTC R26355 13,541 20 View Text
A92209 Little Benjamin or truth discovering error: being a clear and full answer unto the letter, subscribed by 47 ministers of the province of London, and presented to his Excellency, January 18. 1648. To inform the ignorant satisfie the desirous of the concurrent proceedings the Parliament and Army. In taking away the life of Charles Stuart, late King of England, together with, &c. / By a reall lover of all those, who love peace and truth. February 17. 1648. Imprimatur Gil. Mabbot. Reading, John, 1588-1667. 1649 (1649) Wing R449; Thomason E544_4; ESTC R205982 14,178 22 View Text
A30835 An epistle to Friends shewing the great difference between a convinced estate and a converted estate, and between the profession of the truth, and the possession thereof : with the comfort and sweetness to the soul it affordeth : with a few words of good counsel and wholesome advice both to parents and their children / by one that travails for Sion's prosperity, known by the name of John Banks. Banks, John, 1637-1710. 1693 (1693) Wing B652A; ESTC R22805 14,665 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
A86646 Quaking principles dashed in pieces by the standing and unshaken truth. Being an examination of the tenents held forth by certain northern people, viz. 1. Slighting of the written word. 2. A speaking to that within man. 3. Denying the use of reason in the matters of God. 4. A denying of the ascension and being of the body of Christ. 5. A denying of all the ordinances of Christ. 6. A denying honour to men. 7. Affording absolute perfection at one instant. / By Henoch Howet. Howet, Enoch. 1655 (1655) Wing H3152; Thomason E821_2; ESTC R207358 15,546 20 View Text
A30898 The possibility and necessity of the inward immediate revelation of the spirit of God towards the foundation and ground of true faith, proved in a letter write [sic] in Latine, to a person of quality in Holland; and now also put into English. By R.B. Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. 1686 (1686) Wing B732; ESTC R214887 15,587 34 View Text
A74623 A discovery of the new creation. In a sermon preached at the head-quarters at Putney Sept. 29. 1647. By Thomas Collier. Collier, Thomas, fl. 1691. 1647 (1647) Wing C5278; Thomason E1187_6; ESTC R208247 16,137 44 View Text
A50257 An answer to the switch for the snake A book so called. Discovering the weakness of the Switch, which the leading Quakers (of the second days meeting in London for government) have lately (as I am told,) given into the hands of each Parliament Man. Vice is nourished, and gets life by covering it, saith a heathen author; even so it is with errors in religion. Humbly shewing, that it is impossible, that the pens now in controversie, against us Quakers, should be put a stop to, before there's an order given forth, (from the second days meeting) for the reformation of our numerous preachers in the country. And also a book of retractions of all the errors in our Friends printed books, be published, with an appendix and postscript. By William Mather, a lover of (the well meaning persons, especially among) that people. Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695.; J. W. 1700 (1700) Wing M1284; ESTC R221796 17,005 18 View Text
A40926 A brief discovery of the kingdome of Antichrist and the downfall of it hasteth greatly. With a difference betwixt the ordinances of Christ and of Antichrist. This was written by One the world calleth a Quaker, in March 1653. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1653 (1653) Wing F472A; ESTC R218270 17,364 25 View Text
A60431 The cruelty of the magistrates of Evesham, in Worcester-shire, or, Some further particulars of their dealings and proceedings at the late sessions, and othertimes, against those people, whom scornfully they call Quakers with a warning to the heads and rulers and all people of this nation / written from Evesham the 15 day of the 8 month, 1655. Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. 1635 (1635) Wing S4055; ESTC R31947 17,567 24 View Text
A87568 The right vvay to peace: shewing the art of over-coming one another by love : in a dialogue between a friend and his neighbour. Humbly presented to the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament : and to the whole nation; / by their old and faithfull servant in the publick, Theodore Jennings. Jennings, Theodore. 1647 (1647) Wing J671; Thomason E412_26; ESTC R204471 17,651 24 View Text
A13585 Temporis filia veritas A mery devise called the troublsome travell of tyme, and the daungerous delivery of her daughter trueth. Interlocutours, Bennion the button-maker: and Balthesar the barber. 1589 (1589) STC 23875; ESTC S102448 17,807 20 View Text
A45698 The woolf under sheeps-clothing discovered, or, The spirit of Cain, appearing in the Bishop of Liechfield, reproved as hereafter is sufficiently manifested by the fruits of his sermon at Polesworth in Warwickshire ... / Charles Harris. Harriss, Charles.; Harris, William, 1634 or 5-1705. 1669 (1669) Wing H920; ESTC R4146 17,879 26 View Text
A93737 Divine arithmetick illustrated in the right and exact numbering of our days, or, A discourse of the near and continued approaches of death unto every one whatsoever with the same inference and application which the apostle in I Cor. 15 makes from and alike subject, that the knowledge and consideration of these things should exhort people to be stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord / by Richard Stafford. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. 1697 (1697) Wing S5117; ESTC R42707 17,947 18 View Text
A81011 His Highness speech to the Parliament in the Painted Chamber at their dissolution, upon Monday the 22d. of Ianuary 1654. Published to prevent mistakes, and false copies. Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. 1654 (1654) Wing C7174; ESTC R171612 18,050 23 View Text
A89760 Proposals for propagation of the gospel, offered to the Parliament: by Capt. Robert Norvvod. Norwood, Robert, Captain. 1652 (1652) Wing N1384; Thomason E656_21; ESTC R206655 18,095 23 View Text
A30542 Some of the principles of the Quakers (scornfully so called by men) vindicated and proved sound and true and according to the Scriptures in oposition to the false charges and lying reports given forth against the truth in two printed books put forth by one Philip Taverner, a supposed minister of the Gospel in Middlesex near Vxbridge ... / by Edw. Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1658 (1658) Wing B6024; ESTC R28519 19,009 24 View Text
A27398 A tender and unfeigned salutation of love and good-will to professors, or, A tender invitation and call unto all people in whose hearts there hath been, and still is, some true desiring and breathing after the Lord God ... from one whose tender soul (in spirit) doth travel for the prosperity of Sion ... / a friend to all people, William Bennit. Bennit, William, d. 1684. 1664 (1664) Wing B1894; ESTC R5155 19,011 34 View Text
A89828 An ansvver to twenty eight queries, sent out by Francis Harris to those people he calls Quakers: wherein his spirit is tryed, to be contrary to that spirit that was in all the children of Light, by his own words and infallible proof: his slanders being removed, his queries are groundless: and so the truth cleared, in the sight of the least of the Lords people. / Written in defence of the truth: and for the freeing the Israelite out of the hand of the Ægyptian. J.N. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. 1655 (1655) Wing N262; Thomason E854_8 19,189 28 View Text
A38580 Nor truth, nor error, nor day, nor night, but in the evening there shall be light, Zach. 14. 6, 7 being the relation of a publike discourse in Maries Church at Oxford between Mr. Cheynel and Mr. Erbery January 11, 1646. Erbery, William, 1604-1654.; Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. 1647 (1647) Wing E3234; ESTC R26470 19,304 31 View Text
A80328 A confession of faith of seven congregations or churches of Christ in London, which are commonly (but uniustly) called Anabaptists. Published for the vindication of the truth, and information of the ignorant; likewise for the taking off of those aspersions which are frequently both in pulpit and print unjustly cast upon them. The second impression corrected and enlarged. Published according to order. 1646 (1646) Wing C5780; Thomason E319_13; ESTC R200559 20,602 25 View Text
A88838 An untaught teacher witnessed against. Or, The old bottles mouth opened, it's wine poured forth, drunk of drunkards, denyed of them who have tasted of the new. That is to say, the unsound, unseasoned, unsavory doctrines, and opinions of Matthew Caffyn, Baptist-teacher laid open, who in the county of Sussex, is cryed up to be as their battle axe, and weapon of warre, who as Jannes and Jambres rides aloft, and bestirs himself with the magick rod of his lies, slanders, aspersions, and unsound doctrines, labours to strengthen the hands of carnal professors, and to keep the beloved of God in bondage: ... Which doctrines, and unsavory speeches were received from his own mouth, part of them at a meeting of the people called Quakers, at Crowley in Sussex, others thereof at his own house neere South-water, before me and John Slee, upon the fifth day of the seventh moneth, 1655 ... / Tho: Lawson. John Slee. Lawson, Thomas, 1630-1691.; Slee, John. 1655 (1655) Wing L729; Thomason E854_12; ESTC R202688 20,795 30 View Text
A56033 The hour of God's judgments come and coming upon the wicked world shewing how iniquity will prove the ruin of all people, who do not repent and turn to God, whilst yet they have time : with an exhortation in the love of God to people of all nations, to cease to do evil, and to forsake those provoking sins, that hath kindled the wrath of God, that the judgments now threatning many nations may be turned away. Parke, James, 1636-1696. 1690 (1690) Wing P373; ESTC R7298 20,874 26 View Text
A60558 The blessed works of the light of God's holy and blessed spirit exalted above the works of darkness with some informations how to escape out of sin and iniquity, and a clear way discovered into the truth : with a short testimony of the cry of Babylon's merchants by reason of the day that is coming upon them / [by] Stephen Smith. Smith, Stephen, 1623-1678. 1673 (1673) Wing S4212; ESTC R37568 21,102 40 View Text
A21069 Information for the ignorant, or, The applicatory part of a late printed book, called, A light for the ignorant containing a few observations upon the I Cor. 10, which doe strongly prove it to be absolutely sinfull to heare the word preached in any false state, or assembly, whatsoever : also a postscript containing a challenge (layd down in 9. propositions) to all the Non-conformists in Old and New England, and Holland / made by N.E. N. E. 1640 (1640) STC 7435.5; ESTC S1911 21,219 26 View Text
A66867 A visitation & warning is this unto all magistrates and law-makers temporal and spiritual to repent of persecution and to forsake the evil thereof that so they may obtain mercy and find a hiding-place in the day of God's wrath which is near to be revealed against all such : even from him that sitteth upon the throne and unto all his inferiour officers and people in England whatsover to him that openth and shutteth the prison-doors ... / persecution will undo this generation the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it in Humfry Wooldridge. Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707. 1662 (1662) Wing W3304; ESTC R27623 21,355 26 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
A14608 [Summarie and short meditations touching sundry poynts of Christian religion] [gathered by T.VV. and now published for the education and profit of Gods saints]. T. W. (Thomas Wilcox), 1549?-1608. 1610 (1610) STC 24919.5; ESTC S4955 21,971 56 View Text
A40938 A message from the Lord to all that despise the ordinance of Christ which is the power of God unto salvation; with an exhortation to faithfulnesse, which is the cause of true order: shewing the difference of election and reprobation, and the ground of true faith and false, from what centre they doe each of them arise, with order and disorder; and how a believer and an infidell may be known; the believer and the elected ones, as their fruits doe make manifest: with something in vindication by the scriptures, the conditions of the prophets and holy apostles, that those whom the world scornfully call Quakers as many as are born again of water and the Spirit that they are the only people of the Lord & do witness the same conditions that the scriptures doe declare of. Read the scriptures, both of the prophets and holy apostles, in whom the power of the Lord was made manifest, and see their conditions, to whom the Lord did manifest his power: they did both quake, tremble, and shake. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1653 (1653) Wing F491A; ESTC R218271 22,674 51 View Text
A70289 A short answer to a book called The fanatick history published with the approbation of divers orthodox divines (so called) and dedicated to the king by Richard Blome (against the Quakers) : which being examined and tried, is found to be a packet of old lies, many of which was seven years since presented to the Little Parliament, and since to other parliaments and protectors, which by us was answered and confuted in the year 1653 many other lies and false reports is gathered up since by them, which herein is answered and disproved : and herein also is a short relation of the twelve changes of governments which have bin in this nation in those eight years, under all of which we have suffered and been persecuted for that truth, which we yet stand witnesses for, against all its opposers / Richard Hubberthorne ; James Nayler. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662.; Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. 1660 (1660) Wing H3232; ESTC R6755 22,690 31 View Text
A42429 A description of the unregenerate and the truly Christian temper or state in a sermon preach'd before the University of Cambridge, on commencement Sunday, in the forenoon, June 30, 1700 / by John Gaskarth ... Gaskarth, John, d. 1732. 1700 (1700) Wing G286; ESTC R10111 23,817 34 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
A87802 Abraham's image in one of his sonnes: or, The picture of a good old man, represented in a sermon upon the third of November, anno Dom. 1657. in West-Newton, at the funeral of John Dethick Esquire, father to the late lord mayor that was of London in the year 1655. By William Knapp Master of Arts, of Katherine-Hall in Cambridge, now rector of VVest-Newton in Norfolk. Knapp, William, d. 1688. 1658 (1658) Wing K667; Thomason E937_2; ESTC R207740 24,523 44 View Text
A54031 The consideration of a position concerning the Book of common-prayer as also of some particulars held forth for truths by one Edmund Elis, stiled a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ : with a warning of tender bowels to the rulers, teachers and people of this nation concerning their church and ministry : likewise a few words concerning the kingdom, laws and government of Christ in the heart and conscience, its inoffensiveness to all just laws and governments of the kingdoms of men / by Isaac Penington the younger. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.; Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1660 (1660) Wing P1161; ESTC R28789 24,645 40 View Text
A35833 The discovery of mans return to his first estate by the operation of the power of God in the great work of regeneration with a word to all saints who set their faces towards Sion to seek the Lord their God ... : a word to the back-slider who hath tasted of the good word of God ... : with a discovery of mystery-Babylon and her merchants .... / written by one whom the people of this world calls a Quaker, whose name in the flesh is William Deusbury, but hath a new name the world knows not written in the book of life. Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. 1655 (1655) Wing D1260; ESTC R27296 24,653 32 View Text
A93576 The hidden things of Esau brought to light, and reproved in an answer to a book intituled A true relation of a dispute between Francis Fulwood, minister of West Alvington, in the county of Devon, and Thomas Salthouse, as it is said, of the county of Westmerland, before the congregation of them called Quakers, in the house of Henry Pollexpher Esquire, in the said parish of West. Published in the truth's defence, and sent abroad in the world, to pursue the unknown authors imperfect relation. By a follower of the Lamb in the war against the Beast and false prophet, known to the world by the name of Thomas Salthouse. Salthouse, Thomas, 1630-1691. 1657 (1657) Wing S473; Thomason E912_4; ESTC R204852 26,539 40 View Text
A47128 Bristol Quakerism exposed shewing the fallacy, perversion, ignorance, and error of Benjamin Cool, the Quakers chief preacher at Bristol, and of his followers and abettors there, discovered in his and their late book falsely called Sophistry detected, or, An answer to George Keith's Synopsis : wherein also both his deisme and inconsistency with himself and his brethren, with respect to the peculiar principles of Christianity, are plainly demonstrated / by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1700 (1700) Wing K148; ESTC R41035 27,308 34 View Text
A47751 Primitive heresie revived in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers wherein is shewn in seven particulars that the principal and most characteristick errors of the Quakers were broached and condemned in the days of the Apostles and the first 150 years after Christ : to which is added a friendly expostulation with William Penn upon account of his Primitive Christianity lately published / by the author of The snake in the grass. Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. 1698 (1698) Wing L1140; ESTC R26153 27,838 41 View Text
A59954 A small treatise concerning evil thoughts and imaginations and concerning good thoughts and heavenly meditations ... / by W. S. Shewen, William, 1631?-1695. 1679 (1679) Wing S3423; ESTC R33809 29,991 66 View Text
A85777 A contention for truth: in two several publique disputations. Before thousands of people, at Clement Dane Church, without Temple Barre: upon the 19 of Nevemb. [sic] last: and upon the 26 of the same moneth. Betweene Mr Gunning of the one part, and Mr Denne on the other. Concerning the baptisme of infants; whether lawful, or unlawful. Gunning, Peter, 1614-1684.; Denne, Henry, 1606 or 7-1660? 1658 (1658) Wing G2234; Thomason E963_1; ESTC R202279 30,275 53 View Text
A30531 A just and righteous plea presented unto the King of England, and his council, &c. being the true state of the present case of the people, called Quakers, truly demonstrated, and justly pleaded, on their behalf : and this is laid down in six particulars ... / by ... Edw. Burroughs. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1661 (1661) Wing B6011; ESTC R14916 30,489 41 View Text
A44800 Mistery Babylon the mother of harlots discovered her rise, and when, with many of her sorceries, with her merchants of divers orders, and ranks, and merchandize of divers sorts this many hundred years, also her last merchants, with their delicate merchandise discovered : in answer to a book tituled The directory for the publick worship of God through England, Scotland, and Ireland, which now is the chief traffick her last reformed merchants trades with, in all these nations / published by F.H. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing H3173; ESTC R16766 30,606 42 View Text
A08330 A true report of the priuate colloquy betweene M. Smith, aliâs Norrice, and M. VValker held in the presence of two vvorthy knights, and of a few other gentlemen, some Catholikes, some Protestants : with a briefe confutation of the false, and adulterated summe, which M. Walker, pastour of S. Iohn Euangelist in Watling-streete, hath diuulged of the same. S. N. (Sylvester Norris), 1572-1630.; Walker, George, 1581?-1651. 1624 (1624) STC 18661; ESTC S461 30,866 65 View Text
A60243 The Romish priest turn'd protestant with the reasons of his conversion, wherin the true Church is exposed to the view of Christians and derived out of the Holy Scriptures, sound reason, and the ancient fathers : humbly presented to both houses of Parliament / by James Salago. Salgado, James, fl. 1680. 1679 (1679) Wing S380; ESTC R28844 30,919 39 View Text
A77291 The divinity of the Trinity cleared, by wiping off the false glosses put upon several places of Scripture by Mr. John Biddle, in his book intituled The apostolical and true opinion touching the Holy Trinity, &c. Written by a very learned man, lately deceased. Brayne, John. 1654 (1654) Wing B4322; Thomason E809_25; ESTC R19017 31,675 32 View Text
A28184 The non-pareil, or, The vertuous daughter surmounting all her sisters described in a funerall sermon upon the death of that vertuous lady, Elizabeth Hoyle, late wife of the worshipfull Thomas Hoyle, alderman of the city of Yorke / by that godly and reverend divine, Mr. Iohn Birchall ... Birchall, John. 1644 (1644) Wing B2940; ESTC R6101 31,968 42 View Text
A17865 A tract of the soueraigne iudge of controuersies in matters of religion. By Iohn Cameron minister of the Word of God, and divinity professour in the Academie of Montauban. Translated into English by Iohn Verneuil. M.A. Cameron, John, 1579?-1625.; Verneuil, John, 1582 or 3-1647. 1628 (1628) STC 4532; ESTC S107505 32,785 50 View Text
A44701 A view of that part of the late considerations addrest to H.H. about the Trinity which concerns the sober enquiry, on that subject : in a letter to the former friend. Howe, John, 1630-1705. 1695 (1695) Wing H3047; ESTC R39277 33,067 106 View Text
B01023 Britaines glorie, or An allegoricall dreame: with the exposition thereof. Containing [brace]the heathens infidelitie, the Turkes blasphemie, the popes hypocrisie, Amsterdams varietie, the Church of Englands veritie [brace] in religion. And in our Church of England, [brace] the kings excellency. His issues integritie. The nobles and gentries constancie. The councels and iudges fidelitie. The preachers puritie. The bishops sinceritie. / Conceiued and written by Robert Carlyle gent. for the loue and honour of his king and country. Carliell, Robert, d. 1622? 1618 (1618) STC 4650; ESTC S91360 33,166 58 View Text
A93322 A sermon preached Feb. 19. 1692. upon the funeral of that late excelllent [sic] servant of our Lord Jesus, Mr. Richard Fincher who finished his course, Feb. 10. 1692. By Samuel Slater, M.A. minister of the gospel. Slater, Samuel, d. 1704. 1693 (1693) Wing S3973; ESTC R230442 33,383 36 View Text
A89685 The first epistle. A crying voice of the holy spirit of love, wherewith all people are out of meer grace, called and bidden by H.N. to the true repentance for their sins, to the entrance into the upright Christian life, and to the house of the love of Jesu Christ. Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? 1648 (1648) Wing N1126; Thomason E1188_5; ESTC R208256 33,456 64 View Text
A70206 A sermon on Acts xxviii, 22 shewing, that the Christian religion is not a sect, and yet that it is every where spoken against / by Matthew Henry ... Henry, Matthew, 1662-1714. 1699 (1699) Wing H1476; ESTC R19814 33,478 57 View Text
A63218 The Tryals of Peter Boss, George Keith, Thomas Budd, and William Bradford, Quakers for several great misdemeanors (as was pretended by their adversaries) before a court of Quakers at the sessions held at Philadelphia in Pensylvania, the ninth, tenth, and twelfth days of December, 1692 : giving also an account of the most arbitrary procedure of that court. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Boss, Peter. 1693 (1693) Wing T2254; ESTC R26327 33,587 38 View Text
A47161 New England's spirit of persecution transmitted to Pennsilvania, and the pretended Quaker found persecuting the true Christian-Quaker in the tryal of Peter Boss, George Keith, Thomas Budd, and William Bradford, at the sessions held at Philadelphia the nineth, tenth and twelfth days of December, 1692 : giving an account of the most arbitrary procedure of that court. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Boss, Peter, defendant.; Budd, Thomas, 1648-1699, defendant.; Bradford, William, 1663-1752, defendant. 1693 (1693) Wing K186; ESTC W13889 33,837 40 View Text
A66686 The mysterie of God, concerning the whole creation, mankinde To be made known to every man and vvoman, after seaven dispensations and seasons of time are passed over. According to the councell of God, revealed to his servants. By Gerrard Winstanley. Winstanley, Gerrard, b. 1609. 1649 (1649) Wing W3048; ESTC R218568 33,974 70 View Text
A88993 A sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, Feb. 26. 1644. / By John Maynard, minister of the Word of God at Mayfield in Sussex, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. Maynard, John, 1600-1665. 1645 (1645) Wing M1452; Thomason E277_2; ESTC R200000 34,511 39 View Text
A85150 The spirituall man iudgeth all things: or the spirituall mans true iudgment: and how by him the hearts of others were, and may be judged by the spirit of truth; and also how things by the spiritual man were judged of, concerning both salvation and damnation, proved by several Scripture examples, according to the spirit of truth, which were, and is the guide of the Lords people out of error and deceit into all truth, according to sweet Gospel-promise, Joh. 16. 13. Rom. 8. 14. Also, something in short, concerning Melchizedeks order of taking the tythes of spoils only of Abraham, after the return from the slaughter of the kings, a free-will offering at one time, and no more, Gen, 14. answering Heb. 7. And in short, of the order of tythes, by command under the law, in the Aaronical and Levitical priesthood, the change of the law, and priesthood also, Heb. 7. 12. so an end of tythes: with a godly exhortation and instruction, full of sweet Gospell truths, to such as have the witness of the new Testament, through the blood of Jesus, and some mementoes: with something also to stop lies and slanders, that trute [sic] may be cleared. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F505; Thomason E829_10; ESTC R207404 35,011 39 View Text
A31454 A preparation for martyrdom a discourse about the cause, the temper, the assistances and rewards of a martyr of Jesus Christ : in a dialogue betwixt a minister, and a gentlemanhis [sic] parishioner. Cawdrey, Zachary, 1616-1684. 1681 (1681) Wing C1648; ESTC R8822 35,036 47 View Text
A88607 The hatred of Esau, and the love of Jacob unfoulded being a brief and plain exposition of the 9. chapter of Pauls epistle to the Romanes, being the heads of what was delivered in several discourses, both publick and private. By Samuel Loveday servant of the church of Christ. Loveday, Samuel, 1619-1677. 1650 (1650) Wing L3233; Thomason E1380_2; ESTC R209387 35,117 84 View Text
A16503 The anatomie of conscience Or a threefold reuelation of those three most secret bookes: 1. The booke of Gods prescience. 2. The booke of mans conscience. 3. The booke of life. In a sermon preached at the generall assises holden at Derby, in Lent last. 1623. By Immanuel Bourne ... Bourne, Immanuel, 1590-1672. 1623 (1623) STC 3416; ESTC S106813 35,564 48 View Text
A39764 A survey of Quakerism, as it is stated in the professed doctrine and principles of that party with a serious reflection on the dreadful import thereof, to subvert the very being and reality of the Christian religion / by a lover of the truth. Fleming, Robert, 1630-1694. 1677 (1677) Wing F1274; ESTC R20984 35,868 86 View Text
A54039 The holy truth & people defended, and some of the weapons and strength of the power of darkness broken and scattered, by the light and power of truth in an answer to the chief passages in a letter, written to me, and replyed to by me, before my imprisonment in this place, where I have been a prisoner above a year and a half, without any law broken , or cause given on my part, who only came innocently and peaceably to visit my friends in prison / by me Isaac Pennington ... Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1672 (1672) Wing P1172; ESTC R23209 36,170 44 View Text
A68566 A briefe discouery of the vntruthes and slanders (against the true gouernement of the Church of Christ) contained in a sermon, preached the 8. [sic] of Februarie 1588. by D. Bancroft and since that time, set forth in print, with additions by the said authour. This short ansvver may serue for the clearing of the truth, vntill a larger confutation of the sermon be published. Penry, John, 1559-1593.; Bancroft, Richard, 1544-1610. Sermon preached at Paules Crosse the 9. of Februarie. Selections. 1590 (1590) STC 19603; ESTC S114383 37,378 68 View Text
A15346 The summe of a sermon, preached at Sowthell the thirtith of March. 1596. By T.W. T. W. (Thomas Wilcox), 1549?-1608. 1597 (1597) STC 25630; ESTC S111705 37,554 76 View Text
A94530 Theauraujoh[n] his aurora in tranlagornm in Salem Gloria. Or The discussive of the law and the gospell betwixt the Jew and the Gentile in Salem resurrectionem Tany, Thomas, fl. 1649-1655. 1651 (1651) Wing T152A; ESTC R232308 38,603 69 View Text
A65844 The case of the Quakers concerning oaths defended as evangelical in answer to a book, entituled, The case of the Quakers relating to oaths stated by J.S. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1674 (1674) Wing W1899; ESTC R19753 38,726 52 View Text
A63134 An essay to the restoring of our decayed trade wherein is described the smugglers, lawyers, and officers frauds, &c. / by Joseph Trevers. Trevers, Joseph. 1677 (1677) Wing T2130; ESTC R23763 38,985 66 View Text
A81728 A plain and faithfull discovery of a beame in Master Edwards his eye. Or A moderate ansvver to the substance of the first and second part of Gangrena. Especially to his prophesie; wherein some of his stories are refuted; the manner of his comming by them questioned. His double dealing detected. Capt. Paul Hobson with some others, vindicated. Mr. Josiah Rycraft examined. Mr. Edwards unparalleld partiality, is impartially declared, and his prophesie truly reflected. / By Edward Drapes. Drapes, Edward. 1646 (1646) Wing D2140; Thomason E350_22; ESTC R201053 39,173 35 View Text
A86663 The cause of stumbling removed from all that will receive the truth; and from before the eyes of the wise men of London: in a treatise shewing the difference between the spirit of a man which is the candle of the Lord, and the light which hath enlightned every man that cometh into the world. Also shewing ... there is not diversity of lights and spirits, by which they are ministred ... Herein also is a false hosanna, and a false testimony reproved ... the name of him which hath so long travell'd to bring forth wind and confusion, is one known in the city of London by the name of Iohn Iackson ... that so ... understanding and knowledge of the truth may be increased, in those that follow on to know the Lord. Given forth from the Lords servant, Richard Hubberthorne. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662.; Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1657 (1657) Wing H3222; Thomason E929_5; ESTC R202544 39,439 35 View Text
A60453 The true and everlasting rule from God discovered and that which proveth all things, published from the spirit of truth, to the which rule the Scriptures also beareth testimony, that all the simple and honest-hearted may see what rule they are to walk by to come to perfect peace and rest with God for evermore : with an addition (to the former) wherein is also shewed, what that is in man which is not to be his guide nor rule : also, a testimony of the true prophet ... / by a servant of the Lord, & sufferer for his truth ... called Humphrey Smith. Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663.; W. B. 1658 (1658) Wing S4083; ESTC R37219 39,970 50 View Text
A45143 A modest and peaceable inquiry into the design and nature of some of those historical mistakes that are found in Dr. Stillingfleet's preface to his Unreasonableness of separation wherein the innocency of Protestant dissenters is cleared up and vindicated from the indecent censures of the doctor / by N. B. Humfrey, John, 1621-1719.; Lobb, Stephen, d. 1699. 1681 (1681) Wing H3694; ESTC R8947 41,612 54 View Text
A46911 Eklampsis tōn dikaiōn, or, The shining forth of the righteous a sermon preached partly upon the death of that reverend and excellent divine, Mr. Stephen Charnock, and in part at the funeral of a godly friend / by John Johnson. Johnson, John, M.A. 1680 (1680) Wing J783; ESTC R16247 41,797 47 View Text
A33507 The whore unvailed, or, The mistery of the deceit of the Church of Rome revealed being a brief answer to a book entituled, the reconciler of religions, or, A decider of all controversies in matters of faith, written by a professed Roman Catholick who subscribes his name A.S. in which he endeavoured to prove the Church of Rome to be the true church ... / by a servant of the Lord, Josiah Coale ; whereunto is added the 14th Chap. of A.S. his book in which he declares the Protestant ... not to be true preachers ... Coale, Josiah, 1632?-1668. 1665 (1665) Wing C4760; ESTC R37745 41,902 55 View Text
A03735 The sufficiencie of the spirits teaching, without humane-learning: or A treatise, tending to proue humane-learning to be no help to the spirituall understanding of the Word of God. Written (if it may be) for the silencing of such false and scandalous reports, as have been rumored about concerning this matter; and also for the affording of true information to all such as desire to know the truth. By Samuel How How, Samuel. 1640 (1640) STC 13855; ESTC S104246 42,052 46 View Text
A51995 The purity of Gospel communion, or, Grounds and reasons for separation from persons of corrupt manners, or that hold erroneous doctrine in matters of faith essential to salvation, or that are guilty of false worship, or irregular administration of Gospel ordinances briefly discussed to prevent the increase of sin and disorder by a mixed communion in church fellowship / by Isaac Marlow. Marlow, Isaac. 1694 (1694) Wing M694; ESTC R18243 42,542 83 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
A85141 The Holy Scriptures from scandals are cleared. Or An answer to a book set forth by the baptizers; to wit, Henry Hagger and Thomas Pollard, entituled, The Holy Scriptures clearing it self of scandals: but is scandalled or perverted, and so scandalized by them, as in this answer to theirs will further appear, so by them entituled, or bearing the title of an Answer to a book written by Richard Farnsworth, called, Truth cleared, or Truth lifting up its head above scandals: occasioned by a dispute at Harliston in Staffordshire, between Richard Farnsworth and Thomas Pallard, in the year, 1654. Also here is in this, the heads of an order, or late act made at Coventry, by the baptized people there, ... And something here is, in answer to a false prophet, called John Griffith, set out by him and several others, in a false prophesie or book, bearing the title of True Gospel faith, collected into 30 articles: or in the middle part called, A voice from the Word of the Lord, ... / Written by a servant of the Lord, in the sixth moneth, 1655. by R.F. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F487; Thomason E855_1; ESTC R202126 43,362 61 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
A68096 The boy of Bilson: or, A true discouery of the late notorious impostures of certaine Romish priests in their pretended exorcisme, or expulsion of the Diuell out of a young boy, named William Perry, sonne of Thomas Perry of Bilson, in the county of Stafford, yeoman Vpon which occasion, hereunto is premitted a briefe theologicall discourse, by way of caution, for the more easie discerning of such Romish spirits; and iudging of their false pretences, both in this and the like practices. R. B. (Richard Baddeley); Wheeler, Mr. 1622 (1622) STC 1185; ESTC S120841 43,472 84 View Text