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A81704 A seasonable caution. From the north to the south. / By A plain countrey man ... G. D. 1682 (1682) Wing D20B; ESTC R171670 5,983 8 View Text
A51566 Liberty of conscience asserted against imposition proposed in several sober queries to those of the people called Quakers who have assumed such an authority contrary to their former testimonies, as also unto those that have submitted unto it before they found convictions in themselves, for them to weigh and consider in the ballance of true judgment / [by] William Mucklowe. Mucklow, William, 1631-1713. 1674 (1674) Wing M3034; ESTC R30067 6,481 1 View Text
B10121 A testimony and wholesome advice concerning marriage. Seaton, Alexander.; Edmundson, William, 1627-1712.; Bingley, William, 1651-1715. Epistle of love and tender advice, to friends and brethren in America, or elsewhere.; Whitehead, Anne, 1624-1686. Epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ.; Elson, Mary, 1623 or 4-1707. Epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ 1680 (1680) Wing T807A; ESTC R221301 6,513 15 View Text
A97011 Certaine reasons why the Booke of Common-Prayer being corrected should continue. By I. W. I. W. 1641 (1641) Wing W40; Thomason E176_15; ESTC R14936 7,429 20 View Text
A53728 Some considerations about union among Protestants, and the preservation of the interest of the Protestant religion in this nation Owen, John, 1616-1683. 1680 (1680) Wing O807A; ESTC R20887 7,750 16 View Text
A78474 Certaine modest observations and considerations of the true Protestants of the Church of England· For their right choyce of church governours, and church ceremonies, together with the church liturgie, according to the word of God. Presented in all humility to the high and Honourable houses of Parliament to bee voted and enacted, and to maintaine against all opposers. With the good meanes to expedite the same. Leaving the authors iudgement to your wisedomes best considerations. 1641 (1641) Wing C1706; Thomason E178_7; ESTC R1377 7,880 14 View Text
A20163 An ansvvere to one question Wherevpon dependet[h] the resolution of all controuersies, doubts, and questions, which are, or can be made about matters of faith[.] Wherefore it is dilige[n]tly, & carefully reade, and duely pondered, after prayer made to God for the light of his grace, without which it cannot be rightly vnderstood in such sort as is fit. Permissu superiorum. 1628 (1628) STC 660; ESTC S115860 8,090 24 View Text
A26211 The judgment of the learned and pious St. Augustine concerning penal lavves against conventicles : and for vnity in religion : deliver'd in his 48th epistle to Vincentius.; Epistolae. Number 48. English Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. 1670 (1670) Wing A4210; ESTC R4058 8,337 19 View Text
A32853 Mr. Chillingworth's judgment of the religion of Protestants, &c.; Religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation. Selections Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. 1689 (1689) Wing C3887; ESTC R323 9,088 17 View Text
A32852 Mr. Chillingworth's judgment of the religion of Protestants of Scripture the only rule, of differences among Protestants, of using force in matters of religion &c. : with a preface to the reader giving the reason of publishing these passages.; Religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation. Selections Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. 1680 (1680) Wing C3886; ESTC R29216 10,359 12 View Text
A65829 An epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ, against the spirit of discord, disorder and confusion &c. recommended to friends in truth, chiefly for the sake of the weak and unstable minded ... / by Anne Whitehead, Mary Elson. Whitehead, Anne, 1624-1686.; Elson, Mary, 1623 or 4-1707. 1680 (1680) Wing W1882; ESTC R24551 11,014 15 View Text
A65830 An epistle for true love, unity, and order in the Church of Christ against the spirit of discord, disorder and confusion &c. : recommended to friends in truth chiefly for the sake of the weak and unstable minded for information and encouragement in our Christian unity and society, held in the spirit of Christ both in faith and practice / by two servants of the Church according to our measures, Anne Whitehead, Mary Elson. Whitehead, Anne, 1624-1686.; Elson, Mary, 1623 or 4-1707. 1680 (1680) Wing W1883; ESTC R234487 12,141 18 View Text
A30514 A declaration from the people called Quakers, to the present distracted nation of England with mourning and lamentation over it, because of its breaches ... Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B5989; ESTC R15613 12,844 18 View Text
A48848 A sermon preached at St. Martins in the Fields, on November the fifth, 1678 by William Lloyd ... Lloyd, William, 1627-1717. 1679 (1679) Wing L2709; ESTC R20333 13,102 38 View Text
A40941 The publique worship, or, The worship of God baptisme and sacrament (so called) according to Gods appointment, or as hereafter appeareth : and concerning coming to the church according to Scripture ... / written in year 1664, by R.F. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1664 (1664) Wing F493; ESTC R35559 13,135 20 View Text
A43317 Reformation of church-government in Scotland cleared from some mistakes and prejudices by the commissioners of the Generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland, now at London / published by especiall command. Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission.; Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. 1644 (1644) Wing H1437; ESTC R42074 13,323 24 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
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
A10684 An ansvvere to a Romish rime lately printed, and entituled, A proper new ballad wherein are contayned Catholike questions to the Protestant, the which ballad was put foorth without date or day, name of authour or printer, libell-like scattered and sent abroad, to withdraw the simple from the fayth of Christ, vnto the doctrine of Antichrist the pope of Rome / written by that Protestant Catholike, I.R. Rhodes, John, fl. 1606. 1602 (1602) STC 20959; ESTC S1295 13,979 42 View Text
A80816 An epistle to Friends concerning the present and succeeding times being a faithful exhortation and warning to all Friends who profess the truth to beware of the manifold wiles of the enemy and to stand armed in the light of the Lord God of heaven and earth against his assaults, that so they may be ready to answer the call and requirings of the Lord : also, some thing signified of the mistery of the succeeding times, that all may be prepared and that the evil day may not overtake any at unawares, but such as turn away their ear from counsel / by Stephen Crisp. Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. 1666 (1666) Wing C6931; ESTC R202128 14,440 19 View Text
A54027 Concerning the church: or, of the church-state under the Gospel Whereby it may appear what a miserable apostacy from the truth hath overspread and covered the earth for many ages and generations, and how gross and thick the darkness yet lies upon it, though the light of God in his tender mercy hath broke forth and shined upon the people of his gathering, and through them hath also visited the world. The guidance of this in my heart, was particularly and chiefly towards the Papists, but I afterwards had a true sence, that it also extended to the state of such Protestants, as had not waited on the Lord, ... Written in Alisbury prison about the middle of the 6th month, 1666. By Issac Penington. Whereunto is annexed, Some observations upon the eternal judgment, as it is expressed by Christ, Mat.25.31 to the end of the chapter. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1666 (1666) Wing P1157; ESTC R224045 15,114 20 View Text
A61180 A sermon preach'd before the right honourable Sir Henry Tulse, Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, and the citizens of the city of London, on May the 29th, 1684 being the anniversary-day of His Majesty's birth ... / by Thomas Sprat ... Sprat, Thomas, 1635-1713.; Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy (London, England) 1684 (1684) Wing S5060; ESTC R18474 15,600 44 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
A58605 A mirrour of truth, of the highest concern to all sorts of people, noble and ignoble, rich or poor, soveraigne or subject B. P. S. 1672 (1672) Wing S12; ESTC R13638 16,798 48 View Text
A85804 A prudent and secure choice. Worthy of due consideration being a sure land-mark to all those who have been tossed to and fro in these wavering times. / Written by H.G. Gent. G. H., Gent. 1650 (1650) Wing G24B; ESTC R177290 17,462 57 View Text
A11615 Calderwoods recantation: or, A tripartite discourse Directed to such of the ministerie, and others in Scotland, that refuse conformitie to the ordinances of the church. Wherein the causes and bad effects of such separation, the legall proceedings against the refractarie, and nullitie of their cause, are softly launced, and they louingly inuited to the vniformitie of the church. Scot, Patrick. 1622 (1622) STC 21857; ESTC S103208 18,004 58 View Text
A72180 A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the thirtie day of May. 1591 By M. George Giffard, preacher of the worde of God at Maldon in Essex. Gifford, George, d. 1620. 1591 (1591) STC 11862.3; ESTC S124958 18,032 49 View Text
A54049 The root of popery struck at, and the true ancient apostolick foundation discovered, in some propositions to the papists concerning fallibility and infallibility, which cut down the uncertain, and manifest the certain way of receiving and growing up into the truth : also, some considerations concerning the true and false church and ministry, with the state of each since the dayes of the apostles : held forth in true love and pity to the souls of the papists, that they may hear and consider, and not mistake and stumble at the rock of ages, whereupon the prophets, apostles, and whole flock of God throughout all generations have been built : there is likewise somewhat added concerning the ground of error, and the way to truth and unity, for the sake of such as are more spiritual, and have been more inwardly exercised in searching after truth / by Isaac Penington, the younger. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1660 (1660) Wing P1185; ESTC R18235 18,931 26 View Text
A54223 The spirit of Alexander the copper-smith lately revived, now justly rebuk'd, or, An answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, The spirit of the hat, or the government of the Quakers in which the confederacy is broken, and the devil's champions defeated / by a true witness of the one way of God, W.P. ; to which are added the testimonies of those persons whose names are chiefly quoted by the author of that pamphlet. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1673 (1673) Wing P1374; ESTC R21606 19,027 28 View Text
A44512 The blessed advantages of peace and peace-makers In a sermon preach'd at the Savoy in London upon the fifth of St. Matthew; Ver. IX. Blessed are the peace-makers, for they shall be called the children of God. By Anthony Horneck, D.D. late preacher at the Savoy. Horneck, Anthony, 1641-1697. 1697 (1697) Wing H2820; ESTC R215358 19,312 50 View Text
A49585 Large and sure foundations 1693 (1693) Wing L437; ESTC R16686 19,344 15 View Text
A65836 The apostate incendiary rebuked, and the people called Quakers vindicated from Romish hirarchy and imposition in a serious examination of VVilliam Mucklows Liberty of conscience asserted against imposition, but proved a liberty which is in Christ Jesus, and against unity and order in his church / by one whose rejoycing is the testimony of a good conscience toward God and man, G. Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1673 (1673) Wing W1890; ESTC R39076 20,163 27 View Text
A11528 A trewe mirrour or glase wherin we maye beholde the wofull state of thys our realme of Englande set forth in a dialogue or communicacion betwene Eusebius and Theophilus. Saunders, Laurence, d. 1555, attributed author. 1556 (1556) STC 21777; ESTC S100967 20,497 40 View Text
A28276 A sermon preach'd at the Chappel of Brentwood in Essex, October the 7th, 1693, at the visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of London ... by Ofsp. Blackall ... Blackall, Offspring, 1654-1716. 1694 (1694) Wing B3051; ESTC R5712 20,756 34 View Text
A95662 Hiervsalem: or A vision of peace. In a sermon preached at Margarets in Westminster, before the honourable House of Commons at their monethly fast, Aug. 28. 1644. By Christopher Tesdale, Pastor at Husborn Tarrant, in the county of Southampton, and a member of the Assembly of Divines. Tesdale, Christopher, b. 1591 or 2. 1644 (1644) Wing T792; Thomason E7_19; ESTC R2601 22,081 35 View Text
A01747 A treatise concerning the trinitie of persons in vnitie of the deitie Written to Thomas Mannering an Anabaptist, who denyed that Iesus is very God of very God: but man onely, yet endued with the infinite power of God. Gill, Alexander, 1565-1635. 1601 (1601) STC 11879; ESTC S118376 22,851 81 View Text
A30519 A discovery of divine mysteries wherein is unfoulded secret things of the kingdom of God, being a testimony ... : all which are published for the edification of such as desire to know the truth / by a servant of truth, Edward Burroughs. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1661 (1661) Wing B5999; ESTC R20971 24,161 40 View Text
A42489 The love of truth and peace a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, assembled in Parliament, Novemb. 29, 1640 / by Iohn Gauden ... Gauden, John, 1605-1662. 1641 (1641) Wing G363; ESTC R492 24,201 54 View Text
A33963 The happiness of brethrens dwelling together in unity discoursed upon Psalm 133, vers. 1, on occasion of the late thanksgiving, Feb. 14, 1688/9 / by John Collinges. Collinges, John, 1623-1690. 1689 (1689) Wing C5318; ESTC R26035 25,331 41 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
A30562 A visitation & vvarning proclamed and an alarm sounded in the popes borders ... being the account of a journey to Dunkirk, and the proceedings there among the Jesuites, and friars and papists, with some particular quæries, and also some propositions sent unto them : which may be satisfaction to many who may behold the difference in part between th papists and the people of God, and between the idolaters and the true worshippers / by one that travells in the labour of the Gospel of Christ for the elect seeds sake, Edw. Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6055; ESTC R36306 27,470 36 View Text
A42476 Charis kai eirēnē, or, Some considerations upon the Act of uniformity with an expedient for the satisfaction of the clergy within the province of Canterbury / by a servant of the God of peace. Gauden, John, 1605-1662. 1662 (1662) Wing G347; ESTC R26763 28,892 52 View Text
A03269 An answere to a popish ryme, lately scattered abroad in the west parts, and much relyed vpon by some simply-seduced. By Samuel Hieron, minister of the word of God, at Modbury in Deuon Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617.; Marlorat, Augustin, 1506-1562. Catholike and ecclesiasticall exposition of the holy gospell after S. Marke and Luke. 1604 (1604) STC 13388; ESTC S119038 35,551 44 View Text
A47044 A sermon preached at the consecration of the Right Reverend Father in God Ambrose Lord Bishop of Kildare in Christ-Church, Dublin, June 29, 1667 / by the right reverend father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of Meath. Jones, Henry, 1605-1682. 1667 (1667) Wing J948; ESTC R5267 35,856 90 View Text
A41788 St. Paul's catechism, or, A brief and plain explication of the six principles of the Christian religion, as recorded Heb. 6., 1,2 with some considerations of the principles of natural and universal religion, as previous, and yet subservient to the rules of revealed and positive relgion: containing also, the duties of children to their superiors, written chiefly for the instruction of young Christians, children and servants in all Christian families / by Tho. Grantham. Grantham, Thomas, 1634-1692. 1687 (1687) Wing G1545; ESTC R39432 35,919 64 View Text
A19595 The declaration of Mr. Patrik Crawfurd his returne from poperie to the true religion, which is according to the Word of God, in holie Scripture Crawfurd, Patrick. 1627 (1627) STC 6032; ESTC S117118 36,279 66 View Text
A43741 Fair-play on both sides: or, the surest way to heaven Discovered in a dispute between a Roman-Catholick, and a Protestant. Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. 1666 (1666) Wing H1943; ESTC R224206 36,352 39 View Text
A18712 A brefe treatyse declaryng what and where the churche is, that it is knowen, and whereby it is tryed and knowen. Made by Iohn Churchson Churchson, John. 1556 (1556) STC 5219; ESTC S109858 36,742 164 View Text
A45320 A survay of that foolish, seditious, scandalous, prophane libell, the protestation protested. Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656. 1641 (1641) Wing H418; ESTC R533 36,914 52 View Text
A66432 A vindication of the answer to the popish address presented to the ministers of the Church of England in reply to a pamphlet abusively intituled, A clear proof of the certainty and usefulness of the Protestant rule of faith, &c. Williams, John, 1636?-1709. 1688 (1688) Wing W2739; ESTC R10348 38,271 45 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
A64356 The difference betwixt the Protestant and Socinian methods in answer to a book written by a Romanist, and intituled, The Protestant's plea for a Socinian. Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715. 1687 (1687) Wing T694; ESTC R10714 38,420 66 View Text
A10472 A booke of Bertram the priest, concerning the body and blood of Christ written in Latin to Charles the Great, being Emperour, aboue eight hundred yeeres agoe. Translated and imprinted in the English tongue. Anno Dnj. 1549.; De corpore et sanguine Domini. English Ratramnus, monk of Corbie, d. ca. 868.; Lynde, Humphrey, Sir. 1623 (1623) STC 20752; ESTC S115659 40,145 122 View Text
A55303 A discourse of schism by that learned gentleman Edward Polhill, Esq. ... Polhill, Edward, 1622-1694? 1694 (1694) Wing P2752; ESTC R3219 41,361 113 View Text
A36019 Prove all things, hold fast that which is good, I Thess. 5.21 handled in two sermons at S. Maries in Cambridge, the first on the Commencement-Sabbath, July 1, 1655, the other since / by William Dillingham. Dillingham, William, 1617?-1689. 1656 (1656) Wing D1486; ESTC R19188 41,854 64 View Text
A91516 The right religion, reviewed and inlarged / by L.P. Gent. L. P., Gent. 1658 (1658) Wing P74C; ESTC R181384 42,130 187 View Text
B08102 A godlie treatise of the Church. Written by Robert Some.. Some, Robert, 1542-1609. 1583 (1582-1583?) STC 22910; ESTC S95257 42,376 122 View Text
A88705 Speculum patrum: A looking-glasse of the Fathers wherein, you may see each of them drawn, characterized, and displayed in their colours. To which are added, the characters of some of the chief philosophers, historians, grammarians, orators, and poets. By Edward Larkin, late Fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, and now minister of the Word at Limesfield in Surrey. Larkin, Edward, 1623-1688. 1659 (1659) Wing L444A; ESTC R230373 42,396 106 View Text
A59122 Remarks upon the Reflections of the author of Popery misrepresented, &c. on his answerer, particularly as to the deposing doctrine in a letter to the author of the Reflections, together with some few animadversions on the same author's Vindication of his Reflections. Seller, Abednego, 1646?-1705. 1686 (1686) Wing S2461; ESTC R10424 42,896 75 View Text
A03409 The Churches authority asserted in a sermon preached at Chelmsford, at the metropoliticall visitation of the most Reverend Father in God, VVilliam, Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury his Grace, &c. March 1. 1636. By Samuel Hoard B.D. and Parson of Morton in Essex. Hoard, Samuel, 1599-1658. 1637 (1637) STC 13533; ESTC S104116 44,865 76 View Text
A54406 A discourse of toleration in answer to a late book intitutled A discourse of the religion of England. Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673. 1668 (1668) Wing P1593B; ESTC R36669 46,325 62 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
A34966 Dr. Stillingfleets principles giving an account of the faith of Protestants / considered by N.O. Cressy, Serenus, 1605-1674. 1671 (1671) Wing C6892; ESTC R31310 47,845 118 View Text
A01332 A sermon preached vpon Sunday, beeing the twelfth of March. Anno. 1581, within the Tower of London in the hearing of such obstinate Papistes as then were prisoners there: by William Fulke Doctor in Diuinitie, and M. of Penbroke Hall in Cambridge. Fulke, William, 1538-1589. 1581 (1581) STC 11455; ESTC S117689 47,991 130 View Text
A76542 The mystery of phanaticism. Or, The artifices of dissenters to support their schism· Together with the evil and danger of them. Set forth in several letters to a friend. Wherein is made appear, that nothing but the subtilty and cunning of their teachers, doth now hinder the people from conformity. By a divine of the Church of England. A. B.; Taylor, William, fl. 1698. 1698 (1698) Wing B23A; ESTC R208943 49,991 144 View Text
A91916 Divisions cut in pieces by the svvord of the Lord: or, A discourse on a text of Scripture, of the unlawfulness of divisions in the Church of God, upon the highest pretences whatsoever. By John Rocket, minister of the Word at Hickling in Nottingham-shire. Rocket, John. 1650 (1650) Wing R1764; Thomason E593_18; ESTC R206903 50,803 87 View Text
A94272 A treatise of the schism of England. Wherein particularly Mr. Hales and Mr. Hobbs are modestly accosted. / By Philip Scot. Permissu superiorum. Scot, Philip. 1650 (1650) Wing S942; Thomason E1395_1; ESTC R2593 51,556 285 View Text
A13014 A forme of wholsome words, or, An introduction to the body of divinity in three sermons on 2 Timothy, I.13 / preached by John Stoughton ... Stoughton, John, 1593-1639.; Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. 1640 (1640) STC 23307.5; STC 23307A_PARTIAL; ESTC S100140 52,852 122 View Text
A63876 Animadversions upon a late pamphlet entituled The naked truth, or, The true state of the primitive church Turner, Francis, 1638?-1700. 1676 (1676) Wing T3275; ESTC R15960 53,553 71 View Text
A88870 The bramble berry: or, A briefe discourse touching participating in mixt assemblies at the Sacrament of the Lords Supper, wherein is most full and cleare satisfaction given to every weak and doubting Christian, both by testimony out of Gods Word, and many invincible reasons and arguments for that purpose, grounded upon the same, wherein is first principally discussed and resolved these three maine questions following: I. Whether the Congregationall assemblies in England be true churches of Jesus Christ, yea or no? 2. Whether it be lawfull to participate at the Sacrament of the Lords Supper among carnall and prophane men? 3. Whether the admitting of ungodly men to the table of the Lord be sufficient warrant for ministers to desist the publike administration of the Sacrament, or for particular members to decline it, or separate themselves? Secondarily, briefe and satisfactory answers given to all the principall places of Scripture alleadged to maintaine a separation from our church assemblies, besides their arguments and allegations sufficiently resolved: set forth for the benefit of the tender conscience. By W. L. a faithfull petitioner and carefull practitioner for the peace and welfare of the church and people of God. W. L., a faithful petitioner and careful practitioner for the peace and welfare of the church and people of God. 1643 (1643) Wing L84; Thomason E56_8; ESTC R413 53,887 63 View Text
A74667 An answer to Monsieur de la Militiere his impertinent dedication of his imaginary triumph, to the king of Great Britain to invite him to embrace the Roman Catholick religion. / By John Bramhall D.D. and Lord Bishop of London-Derry. Bramhall, John, 1594-1663.; La Milletière, Théophile Brachet, sieur de, ca. 1596-1665. Victory of truth for the peace of the Church. 1653 (1653) Thomason E1542_1 53,892 235 View Text
A15508 Charity mistaken, with the want whereof, Catholickes are vniustly charged for affirming, as they do with grief, that Protestancy vnrepented destroies salvation. Knott, Edward, 1582-1656.; Matthew, Tobie, Sir, 1577-1655, attributed author.; Potter, Christopher, 1591-1646.; Potter, Christopher, 1591-1646. Want of charitie justly charged. 1630 (1630) STC 25774; ESTC S102197 54,556 140 View Text
A67551 The principall duty of Parliament-men, or, A short and compendious treatise concerning the unity and unanimity, which should be in the members of that honourable assembly / Richard Wood ... Ward, Richard, 1601 or 2-1684. 1641 (1641) Wing W805; ESTC R11713 54,613 68 View Text
A17925 Certaine considerations drawne from the canons of the last Sinod, and other the Kings ecclesiasticall and statue law ad informandum animum Domini Episcopi Wigornensis, seu alterius cuiusuis iudicis ecclesiastici, ne temere & inconsulto prosiliant ad depriuationem ministrorum Ecclesiæ: for not subscription, for the not exact vse of the order and forme of the booke of common prayer, heeretofore provided by the parishioners of any parish church, within the diocesse of Worcester, or for the not precise practise of the rites, ceremonies, & ornaments of the Church. Babington, Gervase, 1550-1610. 1605 (1605) STC 4585; ESTC S120971 54,648 69 View Text
A30406 Reflections on The relation of the English reformation, lately printed at Oxford Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. 1688 (1688) Wing B5854; ESTC R14072 57,228 104 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
A66383 The case of lay-communion with the Church of England considered and the lawfulness of it shew'd from the testimony of above an hundred eminent non-conformists of several perswasions. Williams, John, 1636?-1709. 1683 (1683) Wing W2691; ESTC R1501 57,793 83 View Text
A52371 No popery, or, A catechism against popery wherein the heretical doctrins, idolatrous worship, and superstitious practices of the Roman Church are briefly yet plainly refuted, and the Protestant principles proved by testimonies of Holy Scripture, and evidence of reason / by a minister of the Gospell. Minister of the Gospell. 1682 (1682) Wing N1187; ESTC R19866 57,846 152 View Text
A42146 The searchers for schism search'd, or, Their pretended questions for conscience sake answered wherein is proved that those baptized congregations under laying on of hands are not guilty of schism in separating from them : shewing, in opposition to their threeforld hypothesis, that their church constitution is not true, separation from them proved lawful, the truth and authority of the doctrine about which they separate, vindicated / humbly presented to all concerned [by] J. Griffith ... Griffith, John, 1622?-1700. 1669 (1669) Wing G2003; ESTC R41670 59,153 128 View Text
A04847 The spirituall architecture. Or, the balance of Gods sanctuary to discerne the weigh and solidity of a true and sincere, from the leuitie, and vanitie of a false and counterfeit profession of Christianity. Wherein also the sandy foundations of the papisticall faith are briefely discouered. A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the 16. of Nouember, 1623. by Robert Barrell, Master of Arts, and minister of Gods word at Maidstone in Kent Barrell, Robert. 1624 (1624) STC 1498; ESTC S120643 59,486 84 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
A81501 The Discipline and order of particular churches, no novelty. Proved from Scripture, reason, autiquity, and the most eminent modern divines. Or, A discourse of the church, in a scripture notion, with her extent, power and practice, tending to moderate the minds of men, toward dissenters in matters ecclesiastical, and to acquit such from the charge of innovation, faction, separation, schism, and breach of union and peace in the church, who cannot conform in many things to the rules, canons, and practices of others. / By a Lover of truth, peace, unity, and order. Lover of truth, peace, unity, and order. 1675 (1675) Wing D1558A; ESTC R174652 61,995 98 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
A00796 A treatise of faith wherin is briefely, and planly [sic] shewed, a direct way, by which every man may resolue, and settle his minde, in all doubtes, questions, or controuersies, concerning matters of faith. Fisher, John, 1569-1641. 1605 (1605) STC 10915.5; ESTC S2122 65,176 166 View Text
A47236 The royal sufferer A manual of meditations and devotions. Written for the use of a royal, tho' afflicted family. By T- K- D.D. Ken, Thomas, 1637-1711. 1699 (1699) Wing K278; ESTC R221355 65,492 190 View Text
A65893 Truth and innocency vindicated and the people called Quakers defended in principle and practice, against invidious attempts and calumnies, being a just examination of two books against the said people, entituled, I. examined by G. Whitehead ... Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1699 (1699) Wing W1969; ESTC R20356 65,800 86 View Text
A81174 The white stone: or, A learned and choice treatise of assurance very usefull for all, but especially weak believers. By Nathanael Culverwel, master of arts, and lately fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge. Culverwel, Nathanael, d. 1651? 1654 (1654) Wing C7573A; ESTC R231750 66,496 141 View Text
A93130 The Qvakers wilde questions objected against the ministers of the Gospel, and many sacred acts and offices of religion. With brief answers thereunto. Together with A discourse of the Holy Spirit, his impressions and workings on the sovls of men. Very seasonable for these times. / By R. Sherlock, B.D. Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. 1654 (1654) Wing S3254; Thomason E1495_3; ESTC R208535 67,037 174 View Text
B08370 A soveraign remedy against atheism and heresy. Fitted for the vvit and vvant of the British nations / by M. Thomas Anderton. Anderton, Thomas.; Hamilton, Frances, Lady. 1672 (1672) Wing A3110A; ESTC R172305 67,374 174 View Text
A10777 Certe[n] godly, learned, and comfortable conferences, betwene the two reuerende fathers, and holye martyrs of Christe, D. Nicolas Rydley late Bysshoppe of London, and M. Hughe Latymer sometyme Bysshoppe of Worcester, during the tyme of their emprysonmentes. Whereunto is added. A treatise agaynst the errour of transubstantiation, made by the sayd reuerende father D. Nicolas Rydley. M.D.LVI. Ridley, Nicholas, 1500?-1555.; Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555. aut; Ridley, Nicholas, 1500?-1555. Brief declaracion of the Lordes Supper. aut 1556 (1556) STC 21048; ESTC S115941 68,037 134 View Text
A41015 Roma ruens Romes ruine : being a svccinct answer to a popish challenge concerning the antiquity, unity, universality, succession, and perpetuall visibility of the true church even in the most obscure times, when it seemed to be totally eclipsed in the immediate ages before Luther / by Daniel Featley ... Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. 1644 (1644) Wing F592; ESTC R4369 68,281 80 View Text
A34547 A peaceable moderator, or, Some plain considerations to give satisfaction to such as stand dis-affected to our Book of common prayer established by authority clearing it from the aspersion of popery, and giving the reasons of all the things therein contained and prescribed / made by Alan Carr ... Carr, Alan, d. 1668. 1665 (1665) Wing C627; ESTC R18228 69,591 90 View Text
A96070 A discourse and defence of arms and armory, shewing the nature and rises of arms and honour in England, from the camp, the court, the city: under the two later of which, are contained universities and inns of court. / By Edward Waterhous Esq;. Waterhouse, Edward, 1619-1670. 1660 (1660) Wing W1044; Thomason E1839_1; ESTC R204049 70,136 238 View Text
A19257 An exposition of the hymne commonly called Benedictus with an ample & comfortable application of the same, to our age and people. By A. Anderson preacher. Anderson, Anthony, d. 1593. 1574 (1574) STC 567; ESTC S100136 70,199 176 View Text
A07625 The testament of William Bel. Gentleman Left written in his owne hand. Sett out above 33. yeares after his death. With annotations at the end, and sentences, out of the H. Scripture, fathers, &c. By his sonne Francis Bel, of the Order of Freers Minors, definitor of the province of England: guardian of S. Bonaventures colledge in Dovvay: and professor of the sacred Hebrevv tongue, in the same. Electo meo fœdus excidi Bell, William, d. 1598.; Bell, James, d. 1643. 1632 (1632) STC 1802; ESTC S113723 71,054 197 View Text
A70057 Logos autopistos, or, Scriptures self-evidence to prove its existence, authority, certainty in it [sic] self, and sufficiency (in its kind) to ascertain others that it is inspir'd of God to be the only rule of faith : published as a plea for Protestants in the defence of their profession and intended only for the use and instruction of the vulgar sort. Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. 1667 (1667) Wing F1514; Wing L2842; ESTC R13905 71,286 202 View Text
A62452 A discourse of the forbearance or the penalties which a due reformation requires by H. Thorndike ... Thorndike, Herbert, 1598-1672. 1670 (1670) Wing T1044; ESTC R1719 71,571 188 View Text
A02930 The curtaine of Church-povver and authoritie in things called indifferent Drawne and laid open, to shew the many infectious sores and maladies they bring in, and cover. Together with sundry infallible reasons, proving that the service of God, and the generall good of the Church and common wealth require that they should be abolished. By Ia: Henric Henric, James. 1632 (1632) STC 13071; ESTC S111374 72,115 112 View Text
A51484 A peaceable method for the re-uniting Protestants and Catholicks in matters of faith principally in the subject of the Holy Eucharist : proceeding upon principles agreed-on and waving points in dispute : upon occasion of the late conceit concerning the perpetuity of faith touching that great mystery / written in French by Lewis Mainbourg. Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686.; T. W. 1672 (1672) Wing M293; ESTC R26797 72,644 198 View Text