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A42001 An alarm to the false shepheards sounded forth before the indignation of the Lord be poured out upon them ... : here is also my testimony concerning the word of God, in the behalf of my self and brethren, against both from a lover of the souls of all people, who am called, Thomas Greene. Greene, Thomas, 1634?-1699. 1660 (1660) Wing G1839; ESTC R2044 7,597 12 View Text
A40168 An epistle from the people in scorn called Quakers to all people upon the earth to read over that they may see what the people called Quakers hold concerning God, Christ, his death, his resurrection, his blood, concerning his offering, redemption, salvation, justification, faith, and hope. Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Hookes, Ellis, d. 1681. 1668 (1668) Wing F1801; ESTC R26141 7,897 12 View Text
A91786 A few ingredients against the venom in William Roger's book, stiled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished, &c. Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689. 1681 (1681) Wing R1394; ESTC R42313 8,214 24 View Text
A64776 A vindication of Jesus Christ, the immaculate lamb of God from the foul and blasphemous imputation of one Thomas Powel ... who affirmed, that Jesus Christ was the greatest sinner in the world : with an answer to a paper put forth by him, entituled A word to the wise is enough .../ by John Vaughton ... Vaughton, John, 1644-1712. 1676 (1676) Wing V160; ESTC R1048 8,668 16 View Text
A51997 Some short observations made on a book newly published by Mr. Benjamin Keach intituled, The breach repaired in God's worship, &c. wherein is contained a pretended answer to Isaac Marlow's Brief discourse concerning singing in the publick worship of God; as also to an appendix, lately published, and thereunto added. Marlow, Isaac. 1691 (1691) Wing M694B; ESTC R221787 10,792 18 View Text
A64788 A letter to the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq., defending the divine authority of the Holy Scripture and that it alone is the rule of faith in answer to Father Simon's Critical history of the Old Testament / written by C.M. Du Veil. Veil, Charles-Marie de, 1630-1685. 1683 (1683) Wing V176; ESTC R6969 10,928 20 View Text
A81589 The Doctrine of the Presbyterians reduced into practise. Whereby it is demonstratively proved, that it can neither convert an infidel, amend a profane person, nor comfort an a[ffli]cted. That it overturneth the profitable preaching of the Word, the use of the sacraments, and exercise of prayers. 1647 (1647) Wing D1774A; ESTC R174682 11,392 29 View Text
A78115 An answer to the eight quæries propounded by the House of Commons, to the assembly called divines, sitting at Westminster, April. 22. 1646 never to this day by them answered, nor they called to an accompt by the Parliament, for their ignorance or negligence therein. Barber, Edward, d. 1674? 1648 (1648) Wing B691; ESTC R230130 12,373 14 View Text
A79913 Truth released from prison, to its former libertie. Or, A true discovery, who are the troublers of true Israel; the disturbers of Englands peace. With a brief narration; in which is impartially debated of, who are the true embassadors of that great Jehovah, the Prince of Peace. By Lawrence Clarkson, a labourer in that great mysterie of godlinesse. Clarkson, Lawrence. 1646 (1646) Wing C4585; Thomason E1181_6; ESTC R208137 12,660 32 View Text
A81412 A dialqgue [sic] betwen [sic] a dissenter and a church-man touching general and particular points. General, viz. of common-prayer, surplice, cross in baptizm, kneeling at sacrament, god-fathers and mothers, baptism it self. Particular. Of original sin, general redemption. 1689 (1689) Wing D1293aA; ESTC R227165 12,793 20 View Text
A78562 A narrative plainly shewing, that the priests of England are as truely Antichrist (who got up since the dayes of the Apostles) as the pope and his clergie denying Christ to be both a king, a priest, and a prophet; : with a serious warning to the Parliament not to uphold and maintain them by a law, under any pretence whatsoever ... / By one who ... hath escaped the snares of sin and deceit, and bin [sic] brought ... into His pure fear, known by the name of John Chandler. Chandler, John, 17th cent. 1659 (1659) Wing C1927B; ESTC R171147 13,008 16 View Text
A35963 Miracles not ceas'd to His Grace George Duke of Buckingham &c., of his miraculous cure and of the rest of all the most wonderfull and glorious miracles and cures wrought by a Roman Catholick priest in and about the cities of London and Westminister, in the moneths of Iune and Iuly 1663, in confirmation of the holy Roman Catholick faith / by A.S. A. S.; Digby, John.; Digby, Kenelm, Sir, 1603-1665. 1663 (1663) Wing D1420; ESTC R26481 13,205 36 View Text
A61951 A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall, May the seventh, MDCLXXVI by John Svdbvry ... Sudbury, John, 1604-1684. 1676 (1676) Wing S6138; ESTC R624 13,718 32 View Text
A30995 A sermon preached before the King at White-hall, October 17, 1675 by Miles Barne ... Barne, Miles, d. 1709? 1675 (1675) Wing B859; ESTC R12524 14,181 47 View Text
A35006 Babel's builders unmasking themselves as appears by the following paper from Barbadoes, (promoted by George for his party, and subscribed by eighty two of them.) With a letter of G.F.'s, G.W.'s, &c, in answer thereunto; and observations thereupon. Also, a false prophecy of that lying prophet, Solomon Eccles. Published for undeceiving the simple, and in abhorrence and detestation of the principle and practice contained in the said paper; they being of an evil tendency, and contrary to the doctrine of Christ and his apostles, or of any sincere-hearted Protestants, or true Christians this day. By T.C. Crisp, Thomas, 17th cent.; Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Eccles, Solomon, 1618-1683.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1681 (1681) Wing C6948; ESTC R214946 14,720 16 View Text
A94748 A short work, but of greatest concern. By William Tomlinson. Tomlinson, William. 1696 (1696) Wing T1852; ESTC R185374 15,317 74 View Text
A43051 The lying prophet discovered and reproved in an answer to several particulars in a book called The Quakers downfal, said to be written by Lawrence Claxton ... : with several of his damnable doctrines ... : also twelve particulars which he and his companion Lodowick Muggleton uttered ... / given forth ... by a Friend of truth, John Harwood. Harwood, John.; Muggleton, Lodowick, 1609-1698. 1659 (1659) Wing H1103A; ESTC R40951 15,593 23 View Text
A35136 Truth's principles: or, Those things about doctrine and worship, which are most surely believed and received amongst the people of God, called Quakers viz. concerning the man Christ, his sufferings, death, resurrection, faith in his blood, the imputation of his righteousness, sanctification, justification &c. Written, to stop the mouth of clamour, and to inform all who desire to know the truth as it is in Jesus; by the servant of the Lord, John Crook. To which is added, somewhat concerning the difference between the perswasions of reason, and the perswasions of faith. Crook, John, 1617-1699.; Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1662 (1662) Wing C7217; ESTC R204876 16,180 24 View Text
A71043 A cry against oppression & cruelty being a short account of the tryal, and of the sentence that was passed on several innocent people called Quakers, who are inhabitants of the city of Worcester, at the assizes holden there the 16, 17 and 18th days of the 5th month called July, who were imprisoned because they refused to swear in obedience to the commandment of Christ Jesus, &c, and for assembling themselves together peaceably in the name and fear of the Lord, to worship him in spirit and truth, according to his will. Bourne, Edward, d. 1708. 1663 (1663) Wing S4162A; ESTC R16278 16,462 26 View Text
A35009 The first part of Babel's-builders unmasking themselves as appears by the following judgment from Barbadoes (promoted by George Fox his party, and subscribed by eighty two of them) : with a letter of G.F.'s, G.W's, &c. in answer thereunto, and observations thereupon : also a false prophesie of that lying prophet, Sol. Eccles : whereas the following discourse was formerly printed and privately disposed ... amongst those called Quakers, but finding some of G.F.'s party have since publickly exposed it with slanderous and false charges on the author, this second impression with some small addition, is now made publick ... / Thomas Crisp.; Babel's-builders unmask't. Part 1 Crisp, Thomas, 17th cent.; Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Eccles, Solomon, 1618-1683.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1682 (1682) Wing C6951; ESTC R10390 16,901 16 View Text
A88653 The tythe-takers cart overthrown or, The downfall of tythes. Proved that they are not to be payd now, either to the appropriate or impropriate parsons or persons. Pen'd for the general satisfaction and easement of all the people of England. By D. Lupton, servant of Christ Jesus in the work of the Gospel. Lupton, Donald, d. 1676. 1652 (1652) Wing L3495; Thomason E1380_3; ESTC R209388 17,631 52 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
A76702 Twelve arguments drawn out of the Scripture, wherein the commonly received opinion touching the deity of the Holy Spirit, is clearly and fully refuted. To which is prefixed a letter tending to the same purpose, written to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons. And to which is subjoyned an exposition of five principall passages of the Scripture, alleadged by the adversaries to prove the deity of the Holy Spirit; together with an answer to their grand objection touching the supposed omnipresence of the Holy Spirit. / By Iohn Bidle, Master of Arts. Biddle, John, 1615-1662.; I. H. 1647 (1647) Wing B2879; Thomason E406_1; ESTC R201902 17,962 25 View Text
A58824 Children of Beliall, or, The rebells wherein these three questions are discussed : I. whether God or the people be the author and efficient of monarchie? II. whether the King be singulis major, but universis minor? III. whether it be lawfull for subjects to beare armes or to contribute for the maintenance of a warre against the King? T. S.; Scott, Thomas, 1580?-1626.; Swadlin, Thomas, 1600-1670. 1647 (1647) Wing S2082; ESTC R8516 17,999 28 View Text
A30992 The authority of church-guides asserted in a sermon preach'd before our Late Gracious Sovereign King Charles II, at Whitehall, Octob. 17, 1675 / by Miles Barne ... Barne, Miles, d. 1709? 1685 (1685) Wing B856; ESTC R12523 19,284 35 View Text
A82050 A Protestants resolution: shewing his reasons why he will not be a Papist Digested into so plain a method of question and answer, that an ordinary capacity may be able to defend the Protestant religion, against the most cunning Jesuit or Popish priest. Useful for these times. 1679 (1679) Wing D53A; ESTC R232727 19,832 73 View Text
A78215 The nevv birth: in which is brought forth the new creature. VVith a description of the true marks and characters thereof; which being manifested and declared, is the true and proper ground of visible communion, in which the sons or children of God are to receive and own one another as brethren, although they differ (for want of light) in some particular ordinances. Whereunto is annexed a briefe description of Antichrist, not only without men, but within them also. / By R.B. an unworthy servant of Iesus Christ, who desireth and prayeth for the unity of all saints. Bartlet, Richard. 1654 (1654) Wing B984; Thomason E1503_2; ESTC R208658 20,521 90 View Text
B11278 The principle of all principles concerning religion. Or The summe of certaine sermons prooving the scriptures to be the very VVord of God. Byfield, Adoniram, d. 1660. 1624 (1624) STC 1021.5; ESTC S115754 21,438 69 View Text
A42816 Logou thrēskeia, or, A seasonable recommendation and defence of reason in the affairs of religion against infidelity, scepticism, and fanaticisms of all sorts. Glanvill, Joseph, 1636-1680. 1670 (1670) Wing G812; ESTC R23387 21,978 41 View Text
A36018 Protestant certainty, or, A short treatise shewing how a Protestant may be well assured of the articles of his faith Dillingham, William, 1617?-1689. 1689 (1689) Wing D1485; ESTC R1392 22,130 40 View Text
A30498 The holy truth and its professors defended in an answer to a letter writ by Lawrence Potts, priest of Staplestown near Catherlough, unto Robert Lacky, a parishioner and formerly hearer of the said priest, occassioned by his forsaking his ministry and embracing the blessed truth herein vindicated / by John Burnyeat [and] John Watson. Burnyeat, John, 1631-1690.; Watson, John, 1650?-1710. 1688 (1688) Wing B5966; ESTC R36040 22,397 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
A46627 A sermon preached at Guildhall-Chappel Decemb. 24, 1682 before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor &c. by John James. James, John, b. 1649. 1683 (1683) Wing J428; ESTC R28735 23,041 39 View Text
A33706 The mystery of godlines, or, Godlinesse in a mystery, or, The character of a saint, in seeming contradictions by I.C., the meanest labourer in Christs vineyard. I. C. 1654 (1654) Wing C50; ESTC R2354 24,275 57 View Text
A67406 The resurrection asserted in a sermon preached to the University of Oxford on Easter-day, 1679 / by John Wallis ... Wallis, John, 1616-1703. 1679 (1679) Wing W602; ESTC R18038 24,852 41 View Text
A41825 A defence of Christian liberty to the Lords table except in case of excommunication and suspension wherein many arguments, queres, supposition, and objections are answered by plain texts and consent of Scriptures ... / by John Graunt ... Graunt, John, 1620-1674. 1646 (1646) Wing G1592; ESTC R36548 25,052 34 View Text
A85545 A defence of Christian liberty to the Lords table; except in case of excommunication and suspension. Wherein many arguments, queres, suppositions, and objections are answered by plain texts, and consent of scriptures. As also some positions answered by way of a short conference which the author hath had with divers, both in citie and countrey. All which are profitable to inform to truth, and lawfull obedience to authoritie. / By John Graunt, who beareth witnesse to the faith. Published according to order. Graunt, John, of Bucklersbury. 1646 (1646) Wing G1591; Thomason E330_22; ESTC R200727 25,078 32 View Text
A88080 The glorious truth of redemption by Jesus Christ, rescued out of the hand or unrighteousnes. Or the doctrine of redemption rightly stated: wherein, 1. All Arminian and Pelagian glosses and absurdities are refuted. 2. All carnal allegations and reasonings silenc'd. 3. All concern'd scriptures seemingly discording, reconcil'd. 4. The doctrine of redemption clearly held forth, according to the harmony of scripture, and analogie of faith. By W.L. Levitt, William. 1652 (1652) Wing L1828; Thomason E681_7; ESTC R206784 25,340 46 View Text
A94802 For those that meet to worship at the steeplehouse, called John Evangelist, in London, or, any other in that nature upon whom the Scriptures are fulfilled, in evil intreating the servants of the Lord Iesus, whom he sends to deliver his message amongst you. Or for any other that are condemned for sin, and have thirstings after righteousness ... R. T. (Rebecca Travers), 1609-1688. 1659 (1659) Wing T2059; ESTC R185428 25,680 64 View Text
A29663 A sermon at the funeral of the Worshipful John Symonds, late of Great Yeldham in the county of Essex, Esq. preached in the parish-church of Great Yeldham aforesaid on the 24th of February, 1692, by John Brooke ... ; with a short account of his life. Brooke, John, 1633 or 4-1716? 1693 (1693) Wing B4906; ESTC R12467 25,737 32 View Text
A28139 XII arguments drawn out of the Scripture wherein the commonly-received opinion touching the deity of the Holy Spirit is clearly and fully refuted : to which is prefixed a letter tending to the same purpose, written to a member of the Parliament ... / by John Biddle. Biddle, John, 1615-1662. 1647 (1647) Wing B2880; ESTC R208727 25,901 51 View Text
A93787 A caveat against seducers: as it was preached by Richard Standfast, Mr. of Arts, and rector of Christ-Church in Bristol, whereunto are annexed the blind mans meditations. By the same author. Standfast, Richard, 1608?-1684. 1660 (1660) Wing S5204; Thomason E1816_2; ESTC R203605 25,969 77 View Text
A20440 A conference with a lady about choice of religion Digby, Kenelm, Sir, 1603-1665. 1638 (1638) STC 6844.4; ESTC S116634 26,633 148 View Text
A01028 A letter first written and sent by Io. Forbes, pastour of the English Church at Middelburgh vnto certen of the companie of marchands adventurers at Stoade, at their earnest desire, for resolving this question: how a Christian man may discerne the testimonie of Gods spirit, from the testimonie of his owne spirit, in witnessing his adoption. And now againe renewed and enlarged by the authour, at the desire of divers good Christians, for the comfort of their troubled co[n]sciences, and published by those of his flocke, to whom he did dedicate it for the publike vse of the Church. Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. 1616 (1616) STC 11131; ESTC S118027 27,622 94 View Text
A13629 The reasonablenesse of wise and holy truth: and the absurditie of foolish and wicked errour Terry, John, 1555?-1625. 1617 (1617) STC 23912; ESTC S118354 27,907 56 View Text
A65700 A discourse, confirming the truth and certainty of the Christian faith from the extraordinary gifts and operations of the Holy Ghost vouchsafed to the apostles and primitive professors of that faith / by Daniel Whitby ... Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726. 1691 (1691) Wing W1723; ESTC R39042 30,421 35 View Text
A84817 A testimony of the true Light of the world· Which is given to every man that comes into the world, and of the true measure of the gift of God, given to every one to profit withal. And a true witness, and faithful: ... / Given forth for the good of all people, in pity to all souls, by him who is not known to the world, but a stranger in it, Geo. Fox. Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1657 (1657) Wing F1929; Thomason E902_1; ESTC R204824 33,765 50 View Text
A89850 Satans design discovered: vvho under a pretence of worshipping Christs person in heaven, would exclude God and Christ, the spirit and light, out of the world: and that he should no more dwell in his people as he hath done, till Doomsday, that so he might rule in the hearts of men and women, unrevealed, while the world endures, onely under the name of God and Christ, talked of at a distance, that he may rule in the creation, exalted above God. Clearly laid open in an answer to Thomas Moor, who calls his book an Antidote against the spreading infections, &c. Wherein is discovered the crooked ways the winding Serpent takes to save his head, and reproach the truth with lies, that by any means he might make people believe that a lying spirit is among the Quakers, but is found within him. With 48. lies, taken out from three times as many, and sent back to be proved by the founder of them, T.M. Also some particulars, what the Quakers holds ... / By a servant to truth, called James Nayler. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. 1655 (1655) Wing N313; Thomason E857_6; ESTC R202989 34,304 48 View Text
A30704 The judgment of Mr. Francis Bampfield late minister of Sherborne in Dorsetshire for the observation of the Jewish, or seventh day Sabboth with his reasons and Scriptures for the same, sent in a letter to Mr. Ben of Dorchester : together with Mr. Ben's sober answer to the same and a vindication of the Christian Sabboth against the Jewish : published for the satisfaction of divers friends in the west of England. Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683.; Benn, William, 1600-1680. 1672 (1672) Wing B624; ESTC R22838 34,738 95 View Text
A80721 Prayers prevalencie for Israels safety. Declared in a sermon preached in Saint Margarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at the late solemne fast, June 28. 1643. / By Thomas Carter, minister of Dynton in Buckingham-shire. ; Published by order of that House. Carter, Thomas, d. 1646. 1643 (1643) Wing C668; Thomason E60_2; ESTC R22771 35,268 44 View Text
A44217 The Holy Ghost on the bench, other spirits at the bar: or The judgment of the Holy Spirit of God upon the spirits of the times. recorded in Holy Writ. / And reported by Richard Hollinworth ... Hollingworth, Richard, 1607-1656. 1656 (1656) Wing H2494A; ESTC R29484 37,097 128 View Text
A42315 The old Roman Catholik, as at first he was taught by Paul, in opposition to the new Roman Catholick, as of latter he is taught by the Pope the one being apostolicall, the other apostaticall : derived and proven only out of the Epistle of Paul to the Romanes : whereunto is added a clear probation that the same also was the doctrine of the primitive bishops of Rome ... discovering to all clearly the apostasie of that church from the ancient Roman fayth and puritie thereof to the noveltie of gross heresie and idolatrie, and sufficient to convince, if not convert, any papist that is not wilfully obdured / by W. Guild. Guild, William, 1586-1657. 1649 (1649) Wing G2210; ESTC R30326 38,314 116 View Text
A60326 Comforts against the fear of death. Being some short meditations, composed by that precious gentlewoman Mrs. Anne Skelton, late of Norwich Wherein are several evidences of the work of grace in her own soul, which were the stay of her heart, against the fear of death; from which may be discerned the name of a true Christian spirit. To which is added some short notes of a sermon preached at the burial of that choyce servant of God in St. Andrews in Norwich. By John Collings M.A. and one of the most unworthy embassadors of Jesus Christ for the preaching of the gospel in the late city. Skelton, Anne.; Collinges, John, 1623-1690. aut. 1649 (1649) Wing S3932A; ESTC R221500 38,402 100 View Text
A45831 Rome is no rule, or, An answer to an epistle published by a Roman Catholic who stiles himself Cap. Robert Everard and may serve for an answer to two Popish treatises, the one entituled The question of questions, and the other Fiat lux, out of which books the arguments urged in the said epistle against the authority of the Scriptures and the infallibility of the Roman Church are collected : in which answer, the authority of the Scriptures is vindicated and the arguments for the Roman infallibility refuted / by J.I. Ives, Jeremiah, fl. 1653-1674. 1664 (1664) Wing I1103B; ESTC R41015 38,546 134 View Text
A79520 An answer to a book which Samuel Eaton put up to the Parliament: which he saith he is a teacher of the Church of Christ, heretofore meeting at Ducken-field, now at Stockport in Cheshire; and he cals the title of his book Quakers confuted. Moses who was a judg quaked and trembled, David a king in Israel quaked and trembled, and Solomon who was a king trembled, and Daniel a servant of the most high God trembled, ... And these heard the voice of God, and thou that writest, thou mayest say thou hast confuted all them; for he that is against them, is against us, and he that is against us, is against them, for the same power is witnessed; but thou Eaton, who saith thou art a teacher of the church at Duckenfield, who saith thou hast heard the voice of the living God, and that such a voice as this, as comes immediately from God, you have not heard, ... And Isaiah saith, hear the word of the Lord all ye that tremble at his word; and this is the man that I do regard, saith the Lord, that is of a contrite heart, and trembleth at my word; but such Eaton and his church doth not regard, but custs out friends of the Lord from them, whom the world calls Quakers. Camm, John, 1604?-1656. 1654 (1654) Wing C389; Thomason E735_9; ESTC R206969 38,921 53 View Text
A43678 The spirit of enthusiasm exorcised in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, on Act-Sunday, July 11, 1680 / by George Hickes. Hickes, George, 1642-1715. 1680 (1680) Wing H1871; ESTC R10947 39,266 51 View Text
A61344 A testimony unto the truth, and a warning unto the world in general, but more particularly to the inhabitants of Enoder parish in Cornwall by ... Richard Samble. Samble, Richard, 1644-1680. 1676 (1676) Wing S531; ESTC R23481 39,477 54 View Text
A60506 The Quakers spiritual court proclaim'd Being an exact narrative of two several tryals had before that new-high-court of justice, at the Peele in St. John's Street; together with the names of the judges that sate in judgment, and of the parties concern'd in the said tryals: also sundry errors and corruptions, in principle and practice among the Quakers, which were never till now made known to the world. Also a direction to attain to be a Quaker, and profit by it. All which, with many new matters and things of remark among those men, are faithfully declared and testified. By Nathaniel Smith student in physick, who was himself a Quaker, and conversant among them for the space of about XIV. years. Smith, Nathaniel, d. 1668?; Yearwood, Randolph, d. 1689. 1668 (1668) Wing S4135; ESTC R219636 40,156 50 View Text
A65860 The counterfeit convert, a scandal to Christianity and his unjustly opposing Quakerism to Christianity justly reprehended : and the true Christ, and Holy Scripures [sic] confessed by the Quakers : in opposition to two scandalous books falsly styled I. Quakerism withering, and Christianity reviving, II. Animadversions on G. Whitehead's book, Innocency triumphant. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1694 (1694) Wing W1922; ESTC R38605 40,748 92 View Text
A67229 An anti-christian conspiracy detected, and Satan's champion defeated being a reply to an envious & scurrilous libel without any name to it, called, Work for a cooper : being also a vindication of my book, entituled, The antiquity of the Quakers ... / by me Thomas Wynne. Wynne, Thomas. 1679 (1679) Wing W3781; ESTC R34103 42,818 59 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
A29128 The conviction of James Naylor and his black spirit demonstrated from his own confessions, lyes, evasions, and contradictions in the maine points of doctrine by him held forth against the truth in answer to a book of his called Wickednesse weighed : the which was writt in answer to a little treatise called The Quakers quaking principles examined and refuted, written by Ellis Bradshavv ... / written by Ellis Bradshavve. Bradshaw, Ellis. 1656 (1656) Wing B4140; ESTC R37455 43,826 56 View Text
A59811 A defence of the Dean of St. Paul's Apology for writing against the Socinians in answer to the antapologist. Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707. 1694 (1694) Wing S3283; ESTC R8168 44,628 72 View Text
A94556 To the lavv, and to the testimonie or, A proposall of certain cases of conscience by way of quære; chiefly touching the publick worship of the New Testament; and other things either necessary or profitable for Christianity; presented to those churches and societies of Christians, which professe the Scripture of the Old and New Testament for the only rule of faith and manners. Wherein the true and genuine way to reconcile Christians is laid open / translated out of Latine into English by a lover of truth and peace. Lover of truth and peace. 1648 (1648) Wing T1562; Thomason E1165_3; ESTC R210102 44,767 117 View Text
B03012 A soveraign counter-poyson prepared by a faithfull hand for the speedy revivscence of Andrew Sall late sacrilegious apostat ... / Contriv'd by J. E. J. E. 1674 (1674) Wing E16; ESTC R171890 44,784 118 View Text
A65249 Lamentation over England from a true sight, and suffering sense, of the lamentable wickedness of such rulers, priests, and people, that are erred, and strayed from the way of God, and follow too much the devices and desires of their own hearts, offending against his holy laws ... : whereby all persecutors may (in pity to their souls) truly consider what way they are in, and whether it leads, and whose work they are doing, and what the Scripture saith will be the reward of oppression and cruelty / by M.W. Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. 1664 (1664) Wing W1066; ESTC R38958 45,267 54 View Text
A65884 A rambling pilgrim, or, Profane apostate, exposed being an answer to two persecuting books, falsly entitled, I. The pilgrim's progess from Quakerism to Christianity, II. A modest defence, with an epistle dedicatory to his bountiful benefactors / by G.W. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1700 (1700) Wing W1951; ESTC R20202 45,954 62 View Text
A58331 A vvay unto true Christian unitie the worship of God in spirit and in truth : together vvith many spirituall benefits therein received now in this life and everlastingly ... Reeve, Edmund, d. 1660. 1648 (1648) Wing R670; ESTC R2196 46,374 55 View Text
A35122 A defence of the true church called Quakers (come and coming out of the wilderness, Babylon, and the dark night of the apostacy of Antichrist into their own land, which is Sion the mountain of holiness, there to worship the Lord in spirit and truth) against the several sects and sorts of people, called Independants, Separatists or Brownists, Baptists, Fift-Monarchy-Men ... Crook, John, 1617-1699.; J. C. (John Collens), d. 1682. 1659 (1659) Wing C7202; ESTC R35612 46,726 58 View Text
A41026 An alarum of truth sounded forth to the nations, or, The way of truth from the way of errour, plainly manifested and declared and the true worship of God (which is in the spirit) from the false worships of the world, distinguished, whereby people may come to know which way they are in, and what worship they are in, and what spirit they are of, and led by ... : also an invitation (of love) to all people, and professors of all sorts and sects, to turn in their minds to the light of Christ Jesus in them ... / written by a friend to truth, called Henry Fell. H. F. (Henry Fell) 1660 (1660) Wing F603; ESTC R38863 48,671 52 View Text
A66075 Counsels and comforts for troubled consciences contained in a letter, lately written to a friend / by Henry Wilkinson ... Wilkinson, Henry, 1616-1690. 1679 (1679) Wing W2234; ESTC R34095 48,680 121 View Text
A76079 A declaration demonstrating and infallibly proving that all malignants, whether they be prelates, popish-cavaleers, with all other ill-affected persons, are enemies to God and the King: who desire the suppression of the Gospel, the advancement of superstition, the diminution of the Kings prerogative and authority, with the oppression of the subject. All which is evinced by strong proofes, and sufficient reasons. By John Bastwick Dr. of Physick. Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. 1643 (1643) Wing B1061; Thomason E101_8; ESTC R1900 48,987 64 View Text
A74963 The Quaker quasht and his quarrel quelled: in an answer to a railing pamphlet written by Martin Mason of Lincoln. Intituled The boasting Baptist dismounted and the beast disarmed and sorely wounded without any carnal weapon. Whereutno is added eighteen several meditations usually received by the Quakers at their first enterance into that delusion. By Jonathan Johnson, a servant of Jesus Christ. Johnson, Jonathan, of Suffolk? 1659 (1659) Wing J784; Thomason E995_5; ESTC R207803 49,518 56 View Text
A59938 A plain and evident discovery of the two personal comings of Christ one at the beginning of his thousand years reign, Rev. 20, 4, with his holy and blessed raised saints in the Now [sic] Jerusalem, come down from God out of heaven, Rev. 21, the other after the little space when the thousand years are ended, &c. : whereunto are added many profitable applications of the same doctrine for all sorts of persons. Sherwin, William, 1607-1687? 1670 (1670) Wing S3408; ESTC R38237 52,178 52 View Text
A96401 The seed of Israels redemption, fully prophesied of, (and the scriptures opened,) which now is about to be fulfilled by its saviour and redeemer, whom God hath now raised up for an ensigne to the nations ... / From a witnesse of Gods salvation ... George Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1659 (1659) Wing W1955; ESTC R186527 53,012 89 View Text
A65868 The he-goats horn broken, or, Innocency elevated against insolency & impudent falshood in answer to two books against the people of God called Quakers : the one intituled, A fuller discovery, which is stuffed with such a multitude of lyes, slanders, and perverting the truth, as the like hath not been extant : the authors of which are John Horn, Thomas Moore Senior, and Thomas Moore Junior : and the other book is falsely called truth's triumph by John Horn : which are answered for the information of the people, and the clearing of the servants of God, and the way of truth to the simple hearted from the lyes, delusions and fallacies that have proceeded from the spirit of Antichrist and blasphemy, in these men aforesaid, who profess themselves ministers of Christ but are proved ministers of Satan and unrighteousness / by a witness of Christ and his work against all the works of darkness, G.W. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1660 (1660) Wing W1933; ESTC R38606 53,172 64 View Text
A00808 A diamonde most precious, worthy to be marked instructing all maysters and seruauntes, how they ought to leade their lyues, in that uocation which is fruitfull, and necessary, as well for the maysters, as also for the seruants, agreeable vnto the holy Scriptures. Reade me ouer, and then iudge, if I be not well, then grudge: thinke well of him that mee made, for Gods worde shall neuer fade. Fit John, John. 1577 (1577) STC 10929; ESTC S117750 53,823 110 View Text
A45354 A defence of revealed religion in six sermons upon Rom. I, 16 : wherein it is clearly and plainly shown that no man can possibly have any real ground or reason to be ashamed of Christianity / by Henry Hallywell. Hallywell, Henry, d. 1703? 1694 (1694) Wing H459; ESTC R26653 55,183 216 View Text
A77227 The Quakers quaking principles examined and refuted in a briefe answer to some erroneous tenets held forth by James Naylor in his answers unto Mr Baxter, and some others that have publikely opposed that blacke spirit in the deluded Quakers. Wherein is also included a serious admonition, how wee ought to behave our selves towards the ministers of the gospell, in respect of communicating unto them; and for giving to the poore, so as the Gospell requires: and to beware of covetousnesse, and the effects thereof, least wee be left of God, and delivered up unto strong delusions, and a blasphemous spirit instead of the spirit of God. The heads of the whole discourse are also premised. / Written by Ellis Bradshavve. Bradshaw, Ellis. 1656 (1656) Wing B4147; Thomason E869_1; ESTC R207737 57,239 71 View Text
A26794 The great duty of resignation to the divine will in afflictions enforced from the example of our suffering Saviour / by William Bates ... Bates, William, 1625-1699. 1684 (1684) Wing B1111; ESTC R22116 57,272 226 View Text
A74986 An antidote against heresy: or a preservative for Protestants against the poyson of Papists, Anabaptists, Arrians, Arminians, &c. and their pestilent errours. Shewing the authors of those errours, their grounds and reasons, the time when and occasion how they did arise; with general answers to their arguments taken out of holy scripture and the ancient fathers. Written to stay the wandering and stablish the weak in these dangerous times of Apostasy. / By Richard Allen, M.A. sometime Fellow of Penbrooke [sic] Colledge in Oxford. Allen, Richard, b. 1604 or 5. 1648 (1648) Wing A1045A; Thomason E1168_2; ESTC R208803 57,457 159 View Text
A42819 Philosophia pia, or, A discourse of the religious temper and tendencies of the experimental philosophy which is profest by the Royal Society to which is annext a recommendation and defence of reason in the affairs of religion / by Jos. Glanvill ... Glanvill, Joseph, 1636-1680. 1671 (1671) Wing G817; ESTC R23327 57,529 244 View Text
A44504 Truth's triumph over deceit, or, A further demonstration that the people called Quakers be deceivers, and such as people ought to accompt accursed in their doctrines and principles in vindication of a former proof of that charge, made good against them, from the sorry shifts and evasions from it, and cavils of George Whitehead against it, in a pamphlet of his, called The Quakers no deceivers / written by John Horne ... as a further preservation of people from following any of their pernitious principles ... Horn, John, 1614-1676. 1660 (1660) Wing H2810; ESTC R41721 58,074 54 View Text
A05383 The holy pilgrime, leading the way to heaven. Or, a diuine direction in the way of life, containing a familiar exposition of such secrets in diuinity, as may direct the simple in the way of their Christian pilgrimage In two books. The first declaring what man is in the mistery of himselfe. The second, what man is in the happines of Christ. Written by C.L.; Holy pilgrime, leading the way to new Jerusalem Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. 1618 (1618) STC 15538; ESTC S102377 58,859 294 View Text
A05555 The answer of John Bastvvick, Doctor of Phisicke, to the information of Sir Iohn Bancks Knight, Atturney universall In which there is a sufficient demonstration, that the prelats are invaders of the Kings prerogative royall, contemners and despisers of holy Scripture, advancers of poperie, superstition, idolatry and phophanesse: also that they abuse the Kings authoritie ... Bastwick, John, 1593-1654.; England and Wales. Attorney-General. 1637 (1637) STC 1568; ESTC R212826 58,859 30 View Text
A26371 A modest plea for the clergy wherein is briefly considered, the original, antiquity, necessity : together with the spurious and genuine occasions of their present contempt. Addison, Lancelot, 1632-1703. 1677 (1677) Wing A524; ESTC R21288 59,187 185 View Text
A44810 The true rule, judge, and guide of the true church of God discovered, and borne testimony unto what it is, and wherein it consisteth in opposition to the pretended Catholick Church of Rome her rule, foundation, guide, and judge, being returned in answer to Captain Robert Everrand his book, titled An epistle to all the nonconformists ... / by ... Francis Howgil. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1665 (1665) Wing H3185; ESTC R9586 60,220 70 View Text
A30892 The anarchy of the Ranters and other libertines, the hierarchy of the Romanists, and other pretended churches, equally refused and refuted in a two-fold apology for the church and people of God called in derision Quakers : wherein they are vindicated from those that accuse them of disorder and confusion on the one hand, and from such as calumniate them with tyranny and imposition on the other ... / by Robert Barclay. Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. 1676 (1676) Wing B718; ESTC R10444 60,765 91 View Text
A47777 The parasynagogue paragorized, or, A parenetical confutation of the epidemical error which asserteth, separation from parochial church-communion : demonstrating their practice, who on the Lords day neglect the publick exercises of divine worship in their parochial congregations, and frequent (cæteris paribus) other churches, to be anti-scriptural / by John Lesly ... Lesly, John, d. 1657. 1655 (1655) Wing L1171; ESTC R11754 60,778 214 View Text
A47130 A Christian catechisme, for the instruction of youth, and others to whom it may be useful in the grounds of Christian religion, and practice of Christian piety wherein the twelve articles of the Christian creed, and the Godhead and manhood natures of Christ and his prophetical, priestly, and kingly office are briefly explained : and the true Christian doctrin, concerning Christ his being a sufficient saviour, as he is both God and man : and with respect to both the absolute necessity, and excellent consistencie of his outward coming in the flesh, and his inward coming, and spiritual appearance in our hearts, through faith in him, and love and obedience to him, in order to our eternal salvation, declared and demonstrated by testimonies of Holy Scripture : and the divine excellency of the light within, in distinction from humane reason, asserted and vindicated : and the question concerning its sufficiency to salvation, truly stated and resolved : where also many other Gospel doctrins, and practical Christian truths and duties are held forth / by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1698 (1698) Wing K150; ESTC R19823 60,929 128 View Text
A42401 An answer to a printed book, falsely intituled, A blow at the serpent It being truly a blow of the serpent, lately published by one Richard Coppin. Wherein, among many others, these following heresies, and abominable errours of his, are briefly, and plainly confuted out of the word of God. 1 That the deitie of Christ was united to the sinful nature of man, and consequently that his conception was impure. 2 That there is no resurrection of the body. 3 That the pains of Hell are not eternal. 4 That there is no general day of judgement, but such a temporal judgement only as befals men in this world. 5 That God will not destroy any man, but only sin in man. 6 That all shall be saved, the divel not excepted. 7 That the humane nature of Christ is not ascended into Heaven. By Edward Garland M.A. and minister of Gods word at Hartclip [sic] in Kent. Garland, Edward. 1657 (1657) Wing G259A; ESTC R223638 61,199 92 View Text
A77952 The Principles of truth being a declaration of our faith, who are called Quakers, whereby all that wants peace with God may return into their first state, through the operation of the light and power of God in the great work of regeneration / written by E.B., J.C., W.D., H.S. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662.; Crook, John, 1617-1699.; Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688.; Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689.; Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. 1668 (1668) Wing B6019A; ESTC R42820 61,240 151 View Text
A30537 The principles of truth being a declaration of our faith, who are call'd Quakers: whereby all that wants peace with God, may return into their first estate, through the operation of the Light and power of God in the great work of regeneration. Written by E.B. J.C. W.D. H.S. I.P. and A.P. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing B6018; ESTC R213104 61,291 136 View Text
A86667 The rebukes of a reviler fallen upon his own head, in an answer to a book put forth by one Iohn Stelham, called a minister at Terlin in Essex. Wherein is shewed unto all spiritual men, that he himself is justly proved to be a contradictor of the scriptures, while he falsly accuses others thereof, that are clear, and the saying is fulfilled upon him, he is fallen into the pit, which he digged for others, for even that way which he calls heresie, do we worship the God of our fathers. By R.H. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662.; Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1657 (1657) Wing H3229; Thomason E919_7; ESTC R207520 62,017 83 View Text
A76020 A treatise of adhering to God; written by Albert the Great, Bishop of Ratisbon. Put into English by Sir Kenelme Digby, Kt. Also a conference with a lady about choyce of religion.; De adhærendo Deo. English Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280.; Digby, Kenelm, Sir, 1603-1665. 1653 (1653) Wing A876; Thomason E1529_2; ESTC R25226 62,177 159 View Text
A41483 The banner of justification displayed: or; a discourse, concerning the deep, and important mystery of the justification of a sinner wherein the severall causes thereof, being both numerous and various, are from the first to the last diligently enquired after, and their severall contributions towards so great and happy a work, clearly distinguished, and assigned to their proper causes (respectively.) and more particularly is shewed, how God, how the grace of God, how the decree of God, how the soveraign authority of God; how Christ, how the active obedience [of] Christ, how the passive obedience of Christ, how the resurrection of Christ, how the knowledge of Christ; how the spirit of God, how faith, how repentance, how works, how remission of s[in,] how the word, how the minister of the word, how the P[ope?] himself which is justified, may all truly, though upon severall accounts, and after different manners, be sayed to justifie. Goodwin, John, 1594?-1665. 1659 (1659) Wing G1150A; ESTC R221574 62,441 91 View Text
B00698 A fountain sealed: or, The duty of the sealed to the Spirit, and the worke of the Spirit in sealing. Wherein many things are handled about the Holy Spirit, and grieving of it: as also of assurance and sealing what it is, the priviledges and degrees of it, with the signes to discerne, and means to preserve it. : Being the substance of divers sermons preached at Grayes Inne. / By that Reverend Divine, Richard Sibbes D.D. and sometimes preacher to that honourable society. Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635.; Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680.; Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672.; Marshall, William, fl. 1617-1650. 1638 (1638) STC 22496; ESTC S123290 62,552 276 View Text
A68733 A fountain sealed: or, The duty of the sealed to the Spirit, and the worke of the Spirit in sealing Wherein many things are handled about the Holy Spirit, and grieving of it: as also of assurance and sealing what it is, the priviledges and degrees of it, with the signes to discerne, and meanes to preserve it. Being the substance of divers sermons preached at Grayes Inne. By that reverend divine, Richard Sibbes, D.D. and sometimes preacher to that honourable society. Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635.; Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680.; Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672.; Marshall, William, fl. 1617-1650, engraver. 1637 (1637) STC 22495; ESTC S117375 62,609 291 View Text
A23666 The grand errour of the Quakers detected and confuted Shewing how they contradict God's method of directing men to salvation by following that light within which comes by outward teaching, by their directing them to seek it by following that light within which is wrought without external teaching by the scriptures or by men. Wherein those beings are considered likewise, which have betrayed them into delusion. By W.A. Allen, William, d. 1686. 1680 (1680) Wing A1065A; ESTC R215685 63,983 140 View Text
A23660 The danger of enthusiasm discovered in an epistle to the Quakers : in which 'tis endeavoured, to convince them of being guilty of changing God's method of bringing men to salvation / by one who is no more an enemy to their opinions, than their opinions are enemies to them themselves. Allen, William, d. 1686. 1674 (1674) Wing A1058; ESTC R13150 64,102 137 View Text