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A79690 A prayer for His Highness the Prince of Orange, to be used immediately after the prayer for the royal family. Church of England. 1688 (1688) Wing C4188EC; ESTC R208323 504 4 View Text
A19214 A generall confessyon of sinnes to be sayde euerye mornynge 1554 (1554) STC 5629; ESTC S113553 1,795 10 View Text
A37373 A Declaration of the daily grievances of the Catholiques recusants of England with protestations to the same for their loyaltie and truth to their King and countrey : whereunto is annexed by them a prayer for the King, and also a prayer for the honourable house of Parliament, for their quiet proceedings, good succession, and happie ending. 1641 (1641) Wing D663; ESTC R41087 2,353 8 View Text
B02178 A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God for having made his Highness the Prince of Orange the glorious instrument of the great deliverance of this kingdom from popery and arbitary power. To be used in the city of London and ten miles distant thereof, on the 31 of January instant, and throughout the whole kingdom on the 14 of February next. Church of England. 1689 (1689) Wing C4125AA; ESTC R173974 3,202 4 View Text
A11459 A briefe summe of Christian religion collected for a preparation to the Lords Supper / published for the benefit of the simpler sort of people of the parish of Saint Lawrence by Thomas Sanderson Doctor in Divinitie. Sanderson, Thomas, 1560 or 61-1614. 1640 (1640) STC 21710.7; ESTC S4880 4,475 16 View Text
A87303 An act for keeping and celebrating the twenty third of October as an anniversary thanksgiving in the kingdom of Ireland. Together with a form of divine service, to be used there on the same day. : These are to give notice, that the Protestants of Ireland, at present in and about the city of London, intend to meet (at the Church of St. Mary le Bow) upon Wednesday the twenty third day of this instant October, at ten of the clock in the morning, in pursuance of an act of Parliament in that kingdom, to give thanks to almighty God for the deliverance from the bloody massacre and rebellion begun by the Irish Papists the twenty third day of October, 1641.; Laws, etc. Ireland.; Ireland. Parliament. 1689 (1689) Wing I307aA; ESTC R171961 4,806 8 View Text
A35267 Certain prayers and graces newly added, to be used of scholars, both before and after noon / compiled by R.C. Crowley, Robert, 1518?-1588. 1687 (1687) Wing C7370; ESTC R20737 5,232 16 View Text
A93686 A short scriptural testimony concerning the person, or humanity of Christ shewing the great necessity of believing in the Lord Jesus inseperably, as he is both God and man, according to the doctrin of the holy Scriptures / by way of epistle to all faithful friends and brethren. Spire, John. 1696 (1696) Wing S4989; ESTC R42876 6,162 15 View Text
A78013 An individuall letter to every man that calls himselfe a minister of Jesus Christ. Penned more particularly for Mr. Christopher Love, upon some observations from his sermon, preached Jan. 29. 1644. at Windsor, and re-preached at Uxbridge, Jan. 30. 1644. upon Jer. 33. 6. Whereby the author doth examine and enquire, whether Master Love were ever called by God, and Jesus Christ, or directed by the spirit of truth to preach the said sermon: or ever sent forth by Jesus Christ to be his minister. Being also for a caveat or memento to all others who call themselves Christs ministers, to examine whether ever they had a mission or commission from Jesus Christ so to doe, the having embroyled the land of our nativity in an unnaturall warre formerly one with another, contrary to any command, precept, or practises of Christ and his apostles, or word of truth: by whose evill practises they have caused the gospel of truth and peace to be evill spoken of, and have opened a torrent of blood, which none but the heavenly physitian can stop and cure; to whom the author intreateth the people to looke, and pray, and waite for help, for vain is the help of man. Written by an English man, Christs servant, for Englands remembrance. Burt, Nathaniel, fl. 1644-1655. 1651 (1651) Wing B6143; Thomason E637_7; ESTC R206611 6,528 8 View Text
A57313 To the whole flock of God everywhere, the church of the first-born written in heaven, and to every member thereof, whose redeemer is the holy one of Israel grace, mercy, peace, truth and love from the God of peace and love be multiplied amongst you, and to you all, amen. Rigge, Ambrose, 1634-1704. 1660 (1660) Wing R1497; ESTC R40630 6,660 9 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
A89768 Holy scripture-work is better than the work of the corrupt reasoning of fallen man By Jos. Nott. Nott, Joseph, d. 1699. 1693 (1693) Wing N1401A; ESTC R231393 6,822 12 View Text
A30962 A woollen shroud, or, Learn to dye to be given at burials / by C.B.A. Æ. LXX. & XXIII. Barksdale, Clement, 1609-1687. 1679 (1679) Wing B811; ESTC R13607 7,296 16 View Text
A39515 An Earnest exhortation from a minister to his parishioners to discharge the duty of morning and evening prayer in their families with a collection of prayers suited to those two seasons. 1700 (1700) Wing E97; ESTC R40391 8,417 18 View Text
A26108 A sermon preached at Westminster-Abby by Thomas Aston, M.A. Aston, Thomas, b. 1649 or 50. 1691 (1691) Wing A4082; ESTC R29126 8,551 26 View Text
A33017 A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God to be used throughout the cities of London and Westminster, and elsewhere within the weekly bills of mortality, on Sunday the second day of December next ensuing ... : for the preservation of His Majesty from the dangers to which His Royal Person was exposed during his late expedition : and for his safe return to his people : and for the success of his forces by sea and land. Church of England. 1694 (1694) Wing C4131; ESTC R40830 8,893 20 View Text
A73038 [The A B C with the catechism that is to saie, the instruction ... to be learned of euerie childe.] 1601 (1601) STC 20.7; ESTC S124489 9,147 30 View Text
A33019 A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, to be used throughout the cities of London and Westminster, and elsewhere within the weekly bills of mortality, on Sunday the eighth day of this instant September and in all other places throughout the kingdom of England, dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, on Sunday the twenty second day of the same month: for granting to the forces of His Majesty, and his allies, so great success in taking the town and castle of Namur; and for protecting His Majesties sacred person from the many dangers to which he was so frequently exposed during that siege. By order of the Lords Justices. Church of England. 1695 (1695) Wing C4133; ESTC R214195 9,172 19 View Text
A33013 A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God to be used throughout the cities of London and Westminster and elsewhere within the weekly Bill of Mortality on Thursday the 27th day of this instant October and in all other places throughout this kingdom of England, dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick on Tweed, on Thursday the 10th day of November next ensuing. Church of England. 1692 (1692) Wing C4128; ESTC R202217 9,549 19 View Text
A31641 Master Bakewells sea of absurdities concerning sprinkling calmely driven back / by Peter Chamberlen, 12 April, 1650. Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. 1650 (1650) Wing C1898; ESTC R38996 10,275 16 View Text
A35134 A true and faithful testimony concerning John Samm the servant of the Lord who finished his course by laying down his life in Northampton Goal for the truth of Jesus, the 26th of the 1st month, 1664 ... / written by John Crook. Crook, John, 1617-1699.; Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. 1664 (1664) Wing C7215; ESTC R27612 10,327 18 View Text
A17339 A brefe exhortation set fourthe by the vnprofitable seruant of Iesu christ, Paule Bushe late bishop of Brystowe, to one Margarete Burges wyfe to Ihon Burges, clotheare of kyngeswode in the Countie of Wilshere. Bush, Paul, 1490-1558. 1556 (1556) STC 4184; ESTC S118871 10,516 48 View Text
A53259 The last sermon and sayings of that most pious and reverend divine, Mr. John Oakes, minister of the gospel in the City of London who was struck with death in his pulpit, in the afternoon after he had preached this sermon; to the admiration of all his hearers. A subject of great account, worthy to be written in letters of gold. Being a thanksgiving sermon, for God's great goodness in delivering this nation from popery, slavery, and destruction, by that eminent instrument of God's glory, King William King of England. Discoursed of from these words, Notwithstanding in this rejoice not, that the spirits are subject unto you, but rather rejoice because your names are written in heaven. Luk. 10. 20. And having preached upon the first part of the text in the forenoon, of God's great deliverance of this kingdom from popery, &c. and coming to treat more fully in the afternoon, what it is to have our names written in heaven, God took him to himself, and gave him a full enjoyment thereof. With a brief sum of his funeral sermon preached the next Sunday after, by the reverend divine Mr. Williams. To which is added two Godly Oakes, John, d. 1689? 1689 (1689) Wing O19A; ESTC R218540 11,358 25 View Text
A29108 A sermon preached before the King, in St. James's chappel, January 30th, 1698/9 by Samuel Bradford ... Bradford, Samuel, 1652-1731. 1699 (1699) Wing B4121; ESTC R19689 11,787 26 View Text
A77441 A Brief method of hearing Mass with profitable advantage to such as shall make constant use and practice of it : to which is added prayers for the king, &c. in English and Latin. 1685 (1685) Wing B4604A; ESTC R42665 12,256 47 View Text
A93461 The souldiers manual, or, Directions, prayers, and ejaculations for such as lead a military life. By A member of the Athenian Society. Member of the Athenian Society. 1694 (1694) Wing S4426A; ESTC R184342 12,359 24 View Text
A60658 A tender visitation of the Fathers love, to all the elect-children, or, An epistle unto the righteous congregations who in the light are gathered, and are worshippers of the Father in spirit and truth, to be read amongst them in the pure fear of the Lord God, when they are assembled and met together in his name / by Wlliam Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1660 (1660) Wing S4336; ESTC R2609 12,935 18 View Text
A70285 Prayers in the closet, for the use of all devout Christians Collected out of the Best companion, by the author of the same. Imprimatur, Apr. 11th. Jonath. Edwards Vice-Can.; Common-prayer book the best companion in the house and closet as well as in the temple. Selections Howell, William, 1656-1714.; Church of England. Liturgies. Book of common prayer. 1692 (1692) Wing H3133D; ESTC R223640 13,354 39 View Text
A27574 A sermon preach'd before the convocation of the Bishops and clergy of the province of Canterbury at Westminster, Novemb. the 18th, 1689 by William Beveridge ; printed in Latin by the Bishops command ; made English by J.G. Beveridge, William, 1637-1708.; J. G., member of the Church of England. 1689 (1689) Wing B2112; ESTC R25922 13,595 34 View Text
A41743 Graces, to be said at the table before and after meat Very necessary for young people and children, with morning and evening prayer. 1655 (1655) Wing G1476A; ESTC R177582 13,711 50 View Text
A16925 Certaine briefe questions and answers, concerning chiefe poynts of Christian religion Gathered for the vse of the young people of the parish of S. Andrewes in Eastcheape: and may serue generally for all places. By N.A. Allsopp, Nicholas. 1620 (1620) STC 382.5; ESTC S116751 14,204 42 View Text
A35160 Truth brought to light, or, The corrupt practices of some persons at court laid open whereby Their Majesties and the kingdom have been prejudiced near one hundred and fifty thousand pounds this year; besides other evils that have and do attend it. Crosfeild, Robert. 1694 (1694) Wing C7247; ESTC R29667 14,344 32 View Text
A96022 Vox charitatis: containing a louder cry for bowels of compassion, to the Lord's poor afflicted people. : With a word of counsel and comfort to them, and a concluding word to their oppressors. / By A true lover of His truly Sacred Majesty, and all his faithful subjects. True lover of His truly Sacred Majesty. 1663 (1663) Wing V712A; ESTC R186078 14,360 16 View Text
A74975 A manifest and breife discovery of some of the errours contained in a dialogue called the Marrow of moderne divinity. Wherein is shewen, especially the authors errour in the manner of the iustification of a sinner, and the truth cleared from all the falshoods contained in that booke concerning the same, with some other of his errours. I. A. 1646 (1646) Wing A10; Thomason E359_16; ESTC R11271 15,083 24 View Text
A47235 Prayers for the use of all persons who come to the baths for cure. By the author of the Manual of prayers, for the use of the scholars of Winchester Colledge. Ken, Thomas, 1637-1711. 1692 (1692) Wing K277; ESTC R220999 15,192 82 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
A27348 A letter to a friend with remarks upon two pamphlets lately published, in defence of tritheism viz. A brief enquiry by J. T. and The Socinian slain by J.H. A. B. 1700 (1700) Wing B18; ESTC R2798 16,001 16 View Text
A52160 A new and true mercurius: or, Mercurius metricus A true relation in meeter (on the behalf of scepter and miter) comprising sundry of the most sad and bad transactions, occurrences and passages in England, Scotland and Ireland, for the space of twelve years last past. For the true information and reformation of the people. Or, sober sadness, and plain-dealing, in a few plain, sober, and sad country rhimes, concerning these sad and heavy times, conducing to a real, personal and national reformation in three sinful lands. To which is added the authours twelve years extream melancholy, with the vvoful effects thereof in him, and the best remedy which he used for the removal of them all. Also a joyful and thankful commemoration of His Majesties happy return to his three kingdoms. By William Mascal above forty years ago Fellow-Commoner of Clarehal in Cambridge, now a poor deacon according to the canonical ordination of the late most famous orthodoxal Church of England. Mascall, William. 1661 (1661) Wing M903C; ESTC R216688 16,008 31 View Text
A54080 Certain certificates received from America, on behalf of Samvel Jennings, tending to clear him from scandals cast on him by George Keith, and others of his opposers made publick by John Pennington. Penington, John, 1655-1710. 1695 (1695) Wing P1224; ESTC R18336 16,803 46 View Text
A94058 A sermon preached at a visitation held at Lin in Norfolk, June the 24th anno 1633. Being an admonition to the clergy to remember and keep those severall oaths, promises, and subscriptions, which they solemnly have made at the taking of their degrees, their ordinations, and institutions to their benefices. By William Strode D.D. Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. 1660 (1660) Wing S5986; Thomason E1035_8; ESTC R203693 17,644 32 View Text
A29251 An appendix to the discourse upon the doctrine of our baptismal covenant being a method of family-religion / by Thomas Bray ... Bray, Thomas, 1658-1730. 1699 (1699) Wing B4288; ESTC R34276 17,835 51 View Text
A72911 An appeale of the orthodox ministers of the Church of England against Richard Mountague late bishop of Chichester, now bishop of Norwich. To the most illustrious, high, and honourable court of Parliament. And to the nobilitie, orthodox clergie, gentry, and communaltie of England. With the proceedings against him in Bow-Church. And an epistle to B. Mountague himselfe. also [sic], A supplication of the ministers of Scotland against the said Mountague. Wherein his dangerous heresies are revealed; and the character of an Arminian or Mountaguists is added. 1629 (1629) STC 18040; ESTC S125127 17,876 41 View Text
A75518 An appeale of the orthodox ministers of the Church of England against Richard Mountague, late Bishop of Chichester, now Bishop of Norwich. To the most illustrious, high, and honourable court of Parliament. And to the nobilitie, orthodox clergie, gentry, and communaltie of England. With the proceedings against him in Bow-Church. And an epistle to B. Mountague himselfe. also, a supplication of the ministers of Scotland against the said Mountague. Wherein his dangerous heresies are revealed; and the character of an Arminian or Mountaguists is added. 1641 (1641) Wing A3566; Thomason E206_11; ESTC R209850 17,891 41 View Text
A58210 A sermon delivered at Maidston in Kent, at the assizes there held, August 23, 1641 Reading, John, 1588-1667. 1642 (1642) Wing R451; ESTC R14322 18,070 30 View Text
A56698 A sermon preached on Saint Mark's Day MDCLXXXVI in the parish church of St. Paul's Covent Garden by Symon Patrick ... Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. 1686 (1686) Wing P844; ESTC R7041 18,815 51 View Text
B21048 A discourse about civil government in a new plantation whose design is religion written many years since by that reverend and worthy minister of the Gospel John Cotton ; and now published by some undertakers of a new plantation for general direction and information. Davenport, John, 1597-1670. 1663 (1663) Wing D358 18,893 30 View Text
A80765 The disputes between Mr. Cranford, and Dr. Chamberlen. At the house of Mr. William Webb, at the end of Bartholomew Lane, by the Old Exchange: on March 1. 1652, and April 1. 6. 13. / Published for the satisfaction of all that love the truth. Cranford, James, d. 1657.; Chamberlen, Peter, 1601-1683. 1652 (1652) Wing C6822; Thomason E666_6; ESTC R206920 19,015 40 View Text
A73075 The heavenly advocate: or a short direction for the speedy vnderstanding of the New Testament of the yeeres and dayes of Christs age heere on Earth, times and places of his miracles, death, resurrection, and ascention: together with a briefe catechisme, for the instruction of Christian families. And also a spirituall combate, betweene mans frailty and faith, in time of sicknesse. Robertson, Bartholomew, fl. 1620. 1617 (1617) STC 21098; ESTC S124839 19,045 98 View Text
A11536 Adams garden A meditation of thankfulnesse and praises vnto the Lord, for the returne and restore of Adam and his posteritie: planted as flowers in a garden, and published by a gentle-man, long exercised, and happilie trained in the schoole of Gods afflictions. Savile, Thomas, fl. 1595-1613. 1611 (1611) STC 21785; ESTC S106267 19,168 40 View Text
B07910 A forme of prayer, with thankesgiuing, to bee vsed of all the Kings Maiesties louing subiects euery yeere the 27. of March. Being the day of His Highnesse entry to this kingdome. ; Set forth by authority. Church of England.; Norton, Bonham, 1565-1635.; Bill, John, d. 1630. 1626 (1626) STC 16485; ESTC S125766 19,447 46 View Text
A20955 Peter Du Moulin. His oration in the praise of divinitie Wherein is shevven that heathenish fables were first derived from holy Scripture. Transl. by J.M. Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.; J. M., fl. 1640. 1640 (1640) STC 7334; ESTC S118650 19,856 134 View Text
A39974 A Form of consecration or dedication of churches and chappels together with what may be used in the restauration of ruined churches and expiation of churches desecrated or prophan'd. 1666 (1666) Wing F1566; ESTC R36465 20,012 41 View Text
A10047 A heartie prayer, in a needfull time of trouble. The sermon preached at Theobalds, before his Maiestie, and the lords of the Priuie Councell, an houre before the death of our late soueraigne King Iames. On Sunday, March 27. / By D. Price, deane of Hereford, then in attendance, and now chaplaine in ordinarie to his Maiestie. Price, Daniel, 1581-1631. 1625 (1625) STC 20293; ESTC S115208 20,513 40 View Text
A67684 Divine rules for Christian unity opened and urged a sermon / preach'd in the Cathedral Church of Norwich, October 16, 1692 by Erasmus Warren, rector of Worlington in Suffolk. Warren, Erasmus. 1692 (1692) Wing W964; ESTC R28908 20,645 38 View Text
A36020 A sermon at the funeral of the Lady Elizabeth Alston, wife of Sir Thomas Alston, Knight and Baronet preached in the parish-church of Woodhill in Bedford-shire, Septemb. 10, 1677 / by William Dillingham ... Dillingham, William, 1617?-1689. 1678 (1678) Wing D1487; ESTC R10439 20,890 43 View Text
A56599 Angliæ speculum a glass that flatters not : presented to a country congregation at the late solemn fast, April 24, 1678, in a parallel between the kingdom of Israel and England, wherein the whole nation is desired to behold and consider our sin and our danger / by a dutiful son of this church. Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707. 1678 (1678) Wing P744; ESTC R33026 21,160 44 View Text
A33032 A Form of prayer to be used on Wednesday the fifth day of June next ensuing within the cities of London and Westminster, and ten miles distance of the same : and on Wednesday the nineteenth of the same June through the rest of the whole kingdom, being the fast-day appointed by the King and Queen's proclamation to implore the blessing of Almighty God upon Their Majesties Forces by sea and land, success in the war now declared against the French king ... 1689 (1689) Wing C4151; ESTC R17173 22,807 42 View Text
B00330 A fourme of prayer with thankes giuing, to be vsed of all the Queenes Maiesties louing subiects euery yeere, the 17. of Nouember, being the daye of the her Highnesse entry to her kingdome. Set forth by authoritie. Church of England. 1580 (1580) STC 16481; ESTC S123387 22,894 49 View Text
A63269 Of the causes and cure of sad disconsolate thoughts in Christians. By one of their sympathizing fellow-members, W. Traughton Troughton, William, 1614?-1677?; J. D., engraver. 1677 (1677) Wing T2317; ESTC R219353 23,660 96 View Text
A91973 Pædo-baptisme: or, the baptizing of infants justified: by the judgement and practice of ancient and moderne Protestant divines, both foraine, and of this nation: clearly proving the absolute necessity of baptizing infants, from the authority of sacred scripture and the force of undeniable reason. Together with an excellent letter of Mr. John Philpots to the same purpose. / Collected by Robert Ram, minister of Spalding in Lincolnshire. Published by authority. Ram, Robert, d. 1657.; Philpot, John, 1516-1555. 1645 (1645) Wing R194; Thomason E276_12; ESTC R209870 23,751 33 View Text
A32996 A Form of common prayer for Gods blessing upon His Majesty, and his dominions and for the averting of Gods judgments : to be used upon Wednesday April the Tenth next ensuing, in all churches and chappels within the cities of London and Westminster, the suburbs and liberies of the same : and upon Wednesday the four and twentieth of the same moneth in all the rest of this His Majesties Kingdom ... 1678 (1678) Wing C4108; ESTC R16368 24,234 55 View Text
A35812 Devotions for the helpe and assistance of all Christian people in all occasions and necessities. Taylor, Jeremy, 1613-1667.; Hatton, Christopher Hatton, Baron, 1605-1670. 1644 (1644) Wing D1238; ESTC R24992 24,900 66 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
A09491 An inuitation vnto prayer, and the practise of piety, directing the way to true happinesse Wherein is principally to be considered, these foure things. 1. What prayer vnto God is. 2. The necessity of it. 3. The profit we receiue by this holy exercise. 4. The maner and vse of it. Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637. 1624 (1624) STC 19774; ESTC S100356 25,890 144 View Text
A19216 The humble and vnfained confessio[n] of the belefe of certain poore banished men grounded vpon the holy scriptures of God, and vpo[n] the articles of that vndefiled and onlye vndoubted true Christian faith, which the holy Catholicke (that is to say vniuersal) Churche of Christ professeth. Specially concerning, not only the worde of God, and the ministerye of the same: but also the church and sacramentes therof. Which we send moost humbly vnto the Lordes of Engla[n]d, and al the commons of the same. ... Lorde increase our faith.; Humble and unfained confession of the belefe of certain poore banished men. Ponet, John, 1516?-1556, attributed name. 1554 (1554) STC 5630; ESTC S111154 26,257 72 View Text
A26665 Centrum naturæ concentratum, or, The salt of nature regenerated for the most part improperly called the philosopher's stone / written in Arabick by Alipili ... ; published in Low Dutch, 1694, and now done into English, 1696, by a lover of the hermetick science.; Centrum naturae concentratum. English Ali Puli.; Brice, E. 1696 (1696) Wing A931; ESTC R18664 26,537 97 View Text
A25299 The saints security against seducing spirits, or, The anointing from the Holy One the best teaching : delivered in a sermon at Pauls before the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and commonalty of the city of London, upon the fifth of November, 1651 / by William Ames ... Ames, William, d. 1689. 1652 (1652) Wing A3009; ESTC R11 27,575 47 View Text
A17892 The alphabet of prayers very fruitefull to be exercised and vsed of euerye Christian man. Newly collected and set forth, in the yeare of our Lorde, 1564. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions. Cancellar, James, 1565 (1565) STC 4558; ESTC S109602 28,466 96 View Text
A33006 A form of common prayer, with thanksgiving, for the late victory by His Majesties naval forces appointed to be used in and about London on Tuesday the 14th of August, and through all England, on Thursday the 23d of August. 1666 (1666) Wing C4121; ESTC R162 28,477 64 View Text
A53652 A persvvassion to loyalty, or, The subject's dutie vvherein is proved that resisting or deposing of kings (under what spccious [sic] pretences soever couched) is utterly unlawfull / collected by D.O.; Herod and Pilate reconciled Owen, David, d. 1623. 1642 (1642) Wing O704; ESTC R36621 28,490 36 View Text
A67627 A box of spikenard: or A little manual of sacramental instruction and devotion especially, helpful to the people of God, at and about the time of receiving the Lords Supper. With some other formes expedient for some peculiar occasions. The third edition, by Thomas Walmestry, Dean of Worcester. Warmstry, Thomas, 1610-1665. 1660 (1660) Wing W881; ESTC R218419 28,612 228 View Text
A09489 Certaine short prayers and meditations vpon the Lords prayer and the Ten commandements With other particular prayers for seuerall purposes. Written by the right worshipfull Sir Iames Perrott Knight.; Certaine short prayers and meditations upon the Lords prayer and the Ten commandments. Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637. 1630 (1630) STC 19772; ESTC S106420 28,622 238 View Text
A11600 The ministers portion· By William Sclater. Batchelar of Diuinity and minister of the word of God at Pitmister in Somerset Sclater, William, 1575-1626. 1612 (1612) STC 21841; ESTC S116822 29,708 56 View Text
A02191 The prisoners prayers. Or, An heauenly helpe to deuotion. Composed by H.Greenwood, preacher of the word of God Greenwood, Henry, b. 1544 or 5. 1628 (1628) STC 12335; ESTC S119047 30,102 212 View Text
A02668 A Christen exhortacion vnto customable swearers What a ryght [and] lawfull othe is: whan, and before whom, it owght to be. Item. The maner of sayinge grace, or geuynge thankes vnto God. Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568.; Bale, John, 1495-1563, attributed name. 1543 (1543) STC 1280; ESTC S122477 30,233 63 View Text
A33001 A Form of common prayer to be used on Wednesday the 27th of March, 1672 ... being the days of the general fast appointed by His Majesties proclamation, for imploring Gods blessing on His Majesties naval forces. 1672 (1672) Wing C4117; ESTC R2330 30,362 66 View Text
A49713 Officium quotidianum: or, A manual of private devotions By the most reverend father in God Dr. William Laud late Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury. Laud, William, 1573-1645. 1663 (1663) Wing L593; ESTC R222019 31,063 164 View Text
A32999 A Form of common prayer to be used on Wednesday the 5th of April, being the day of the general fast appointed by His Majesties proclimation of imploring Gods blessing on His Majesties naval forces 1665 (1665) Wing C4115; ESTC R6227 31,120 69 View Text
A68658 A brief declaracion of the Lordes Supper, written by the syngular learned man, and most constaunt martir of Iesus Christ, Nicholas Ridley Bishop of London prisoner in Oxforde, a litel before he suffred deathe for the true testimonie of Christ Ridley, Nicholas, 1500?-1555. 1555 (1555) STC 21046; ESTC S115973 31,702 80 View Text
A33002 A Form of common prayer, to be used on Wednesday the 4th of February, 1673/4, within the cities of London and Westminster ... : and on Wednesday the 11th of Febr. next through the rest of the whole kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed : being the days of the general fast appointed by His Majesties proclamation, for imploring Gods blessing on His Majesty, and the present Parliament. 1673 (1673) Wing C4118; ESTC R16017 31,942 69 View Text
A77100 Paideia Thriamous. The triumph of learning over ignorance, and of truth over faleshood. Being an answer to foure quæries. Whether there be any need of universities? Who is to be accounted an hæretick? Whether it be lawfull to use coventicles? Whether a lay-man may preach? VVhich were lately proposed by a zelot, in the parish church at Swacie neere Cambridge, after the second sermon, October 3. 1652. Since that enlarged by the answerer, R.B. B.D. and fellow of Trin. Col. Camb. R. B. (Robert Boreman), d. 1675. 1652 (1652) Wing B3760; Thomason E681_10; ESTC R206793 32,371 43 View Text
A12170 The brides longing for her bride-groomes second comming A sermon preached at the funerall of the right worshipfull, Sir Thomas Crevv, knight, sergeant at law to his maiestie. By the late learned and reverend divine, Rich. Sibs. Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635.; Hughes, George, 1603-1667, attributed name. 1638 (1638) STC 22478B; ESTC S113744 32,385 162 View Text
A65831 Piety promoted by faithfulness manifested by several testimonies concerning that true servant of God Ann Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1686 (1686) Wing W1885; ESTC R19754 32,467 126 View Text
A25667 The anti-Quaker, or, A compendious answer to a tedious pamphlet entituled, A treatise of oaths subscribed by a jury of 12 Quakers, whose names are prefixed to it, together with the fore-man of that jury ... William Penn : alledging several reasons why they ... refuse to swear, which are refuted, and the vanity of them demonstrated both by Scripture, reason, and authority of ancient and modern writers / by Misorcus, a professed adversary of vain swearing in common discourse and communication. Misorcus. 1676 (1676) Wing A3506; ESTC R165 32,510 58 View Text
A13104 A perfect pathway to felicitie conteining godly meditations and praiers, fit for all times, and necessarie to be practized of all good Christians. Stubbes, Phillip. 1592 (1592) STC 23398; ESTC S1141 32,816 248 View Text
A37077 A motion tending to the publick good of this age and of posteritie, or, The coppies of certain letters written by Mr. John Dury to a worthy Knight at his earnest desire shewing briefly vvhat a publik good is and how by the best means of reformation in learning and religion it may be advanced to some perfection / published by Samuel Hartlib ... Dury, John, 1596-1680.; Hartlib, Samuel, d. 1662. 1642 (1642) Wing D2874; ESTC R18081 34,674 40 View Text
A90261 Puritano-Iesuitismus, the Puritan turn'd Jesuite; or rather, out-vying him in those diabolicall and dangerous positions, of the deposition of kings; from the yeare 1536. untill this present time; extracted out of the most ancient and authentick authours. By that reverend divine, Doctour Ovven, Batchelour of Divinity. Shewing their concord in the matter, their discord in the manner of their sedition.; Herod and Pilate reconciled Owen, David, d. 1623. 1643 (1643) Wing O704B; Thomason E114_21; ESTC R6680 35,844 56 View Text
A42294 The guide of a Christian directing him to such things, as are by him, to be believed, practised, feared, and hoped for. There are added at the end prayers to be used upon several occasions. 1697 (1697) Wing G2184B 36,258 124 View Text
A09298 A treatise containing the aequity of an humble supplication which is to be exhibited vnto hir gracious Maiesty and this high Court of Parliament in the behalfe of the countrey of Wales, that some order may be taken for the preaching of the Gospell among those people Wherein also is set downe as much of the estate of our people as without offence could be made known, to the end that our case (if it please God) my be pitied by them who are not of this assembly, and so they also may bee driuen to labour on our behalfe. Penry, John, 1559-1593. 1587 (1587) STC 19611; ESTC S114395 36,469 64 View Text
A88110 Officium eucharisticum A preparatory service, to a devout and worthy reception of the Lords supper. Designed for a person of quality; and now made publick for common use. Lake, Edward, 1641-1704. 1673 (1673) Wing L188A; ESTC R227279 38,025 95 View Text
A48125 The ladies preparation to the monthly sacrament Consisting of prayers, meditations, and ejaculations, before at, and after receiving the Lords supper. After the warning is given in church for the celebration of the Holy Communion, composed to the private use of a devout lady. And at the request of friends made publick. 1691 (1691) Wing L158; ESTC R216126 38,448 145 View Text
A58938 A Seasonable prospect for the view and consideration of Christians being a brief representation of the lives and conversations of infidels and heathens, in our age, as to religion and morality : together with some reflections thereupon, in relation to us who profess Christianity : to which is now added many of the wise and vertuous sayings of the ancient heathens / by a gentleman. Gentleman. 1691 (1691) Wing S2239A_VARIANT; ESTC R34065 38,938 60 View Text
A50245 An apologie of the churches in New-England for church-covenant, or, A discourse touching the covenant between God and men, and especially concerning church-covenant ... sent over in answer to Master Bernard, in the yeare 1639 ... Mather, Richard, 1596-1669.; Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660.; Davenport, John, 1597-1670. 1643 (1643) Wing M1267; ESTC R180449 39,536 50 View Text
A85176 The new non-conformist; who having obtained help of God, doth persist unto this very day; witnessing, both to small and great, some of those glorious things which the Apostles, the prophets, & Moses, did say should come to pass. Or, the voice of a careful shepherd, crying from his watch-tower at W.C. unto his little flock at W.L. with a loud voice. Feake, Christopher, fl. 1645-1660. 1654 (1654) Wing F571; Thomason E737_1; ESTC R202090 39,800 63 View Text
A68537 Herod and Pilate reconciled: or The concord of papist and puritan (against Scripture, fathers, councels, and other orthodoxall writers) for the coercion, deposition, and killing of kings. Discouered by David Owen Batchelour of Diuinitie, and chaplaine to the right Honourable Lord Vicount Hadington Owen, David, d. 1623. 1610 (1610) STC 18983.5; ESTC S113808 40,852 73 View Text
A62209 The sauciness of a seducer rebuked, or, The pride and folly of an ignorant scribbler made manifest in some remarks upon a scurrilous libel written by Joseph Nott ... against a book of the Reverend Mr. George Tross in vindication of the Lord's Day : together with a confutation of some errors of the Quakers, in a book call'd ... Gospel-truths scripturally asserted, written by John Gannacliff and Joseph Nott. Trosse, George, 1631-1713. 1693 (1693) Wing S729; ESTC R7884 41,236 31 View Text
A66950 The Protestant's crums of comfort containing I. Prayers and meditations, with ejaculations for every day in the week, and other occasions. II. Thanksgivings for deliverances from Popery, tyranny, and arbitrary power. III. The rebellion in Ireland, and massacre of Paris. IV. The learned Bishop Usher's prophecy, concerning Ireland, and the downfall of Rome. V. Advice to the late besieged in London-Derry, under that reverend divine and valiant commander, Coll. George Walker. Illustrated with pictures suitable to each particular occasion. Walker, George, of Londonderry. 1690 (1690) Wing W342; ESTC R219333 41,249 189 View Text
A85071 The Faithfull narrative of the late testimony and demand made to Oliver Cromwel, and his powers, on the behalf of the Lords prisoners, in the name of the Lord Jehovah (Jesus Christ,) king of saints and nations. Published by faithful hands, members of churches (out of the original copies) to prevent mistakes, and misreports thereupon. To the faithful remnant of the Lamb, who are in this day of great rebuke and blasphemy, ingaged against the beast and his government, especially, to the new non-conforming churches, and saints in city and country, commonly called by the name of fifth monarchy men. Horton, Hur. 1655 (1655) Wing F278; Thomason E830_20; ESTC R207450 41,484 44 View Text
A17689 Of the life or conuersation of a Christen man, a right godly treatise, wyrtten [sic] in the latin tonge, by maister Iohn Caluyne, a man of ryghte excellente learnynge and of no lesse godly conuersation. Translated into English by Thomas Broke Esquier Paymaister of Douer. An[no] M. D. XLix. The first day of Ianuary Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564.; Broke, Thomas. 1549 (1549) STC 4436; ESTC S110975 42,086 164 View Text
A18174 A short catechisme, or playne instruction, conteynynge the su[m]me of Christian learninge sett fourth by the kings maiesties authoritie, for all scholemaisters to teache. To thys catechisme are adioyned the Articles agreed vpon by the bishoppes [and] other learned and godly men, in the last conuocatio[n] at London, in the yeare of our Lorde, M.D.LII. for to roote out the discord of of [sic] opinions, and stablish the agreme[n]t of trew religion: Likewyse published by the Kinges maiesties authoritie. 1553.; Catechismus brevis Christianae disciplinae summam continens, omnibus ludimagistris authoritate Regia commendatus. English. Ponet, John, 1516?-1556, attributed name. aut 1553 (1553) STC 4812; ESTC S119226 42,500 192 View Text