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A39355 A letter to the author of a book, entituled, An answer to W.P.'s key, about the Quakers light within, &c. by Edmund Elys ... Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1695 (1695) Wing E677; ESTC R41117 2,538 5 View Text
A81375 A detection of the falshood in a pamphlet intituled, A message from the Isle of VVight, brought by Major Cromwell; falsely relating the chief heads of Bishop Usher's sermon. 1648 (1648) Wing D1211; Thomason E475_15; ESTC R205392 2,625 7 View Text
A33390 Canterbury's vvill with a serious conference betweene his scrivener and him : also a loving admonition to his brethren the bishops. 1641 (1641) Wing C461; ESTC R316 2,931 9 View Text
A33718 Nevves from Ireland. VVherein is related these particulars following. ... Sent in 2 letters, one to Mr. Roger Cole ... from his brother, M. Cole, marchant [i.e. merchant] in Dublin, and the other from a Scotch gentlewoman to her husband ... Cole, Robert, 17th cent.; Glencorse, Jane. 1641 (1641) Wing C5026; ESTC R18365 4,078 10 View Text
A93041 A word in season or, A check to disobedience, and to all lying scandalous tongues, with manifest conviction of a general received slander; in vindication of the Right Honorable, John Warner, Lord-Mayor of the Honorable City of London : concerning the justness of his actions upon Christmas-day, calumniated by evil-affected men. / By G.S. Gent. Jan. 13. 1647. Imprimatur G. Mabbot. G. S., Gent. 1648 (1648) Wing S30; Thomason E422_26; ESTC R203464 5,036 8 View Text
A42463 The last will and testament of Thomas Gataker (B.D., author of the Annotations on Jeremy 10. ver. 2 and the Vindications of them, as also of the new-come out discourse apologetical) : wherin is shewed the manner and order of the disposing of his estate, with the certain legacies given to friends, together with the manner of burial of his aged corps without superficial rites or ceremonies. Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. 1654 (1654) Wing G322; ESTC R40882 5,091 9 View Text
A49772 A brief answer to three books, one by John Faldo, called an Independent, and two by Thomas Hicks a Baptist, put forth against the people called Quakers wherein the Presbyters, (Inde)pendents, and Baptists, though they differ among themselves, yet like Herod, Pontius Pilate, Judas, and the Jews are all joyn'd against the truth : but that which is not of God, shall not stand. Lawrence, Thomas, 1645?-1714. 1673 (1673) Wing L683; ESTC R7733 6,061 8 View Text
A14361 The. V. abhominable blasphemies co[n]teined in the Masse with a short a[n]swere to them, that saie, we ronne before the kyng and his counsayle. Véron, John, d. 1563. 1548 (1548) STC 24679; ESTC S108095 6,835 32 View Text
A93761 A word to both houses of Parliament. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1692 (1692) Wing S5150; ESTC R184567 7,112 4 View Text
A88176 A discourse betwixt Lieutenant Colonel Iohn Lilburn close prisoner in the Tower of London, and Mr Hugh Peter: upon May 25. 1649. Published by a friend, for the publick benefit Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.; Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660. 1649 (1649) Wing L2100; ESTC R9855 7,247 8 View Text
A83723 Ansvver to a letter written out of the country, to Master John Pym, Esquire, one of the worthy members of the House of Commons. 1643 (1643) Wing E26; Thomason E246_24; ESTC R5074 7,372 8 View Text
A62898 A position concerning persecution That religion that persecutes a righteous people for their conscience towards God, is not worthy to be joyned to, but to be had in abomination by all sober people, as a religion abhorred of God, and of all that truly know him. This is manifest by that which follows. Tomlinson, William. 1660 (1660) Wing T1849; ESTC R219740 7,415 11 View Text
A53925 A New-Years gift for youth being the substance of a sermon, preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, (aged sixteen years, odd months) at St. M. Overies, in Southwark, Decemb. 1. 1686. upon those words (chosen by her) of Solomons / by Samuel Peck ... Peck, Samuel. 1687 (1687) Wing P1036; ESTC R40070 7,661 12 View Text
A12799 The Christian sword and buckler, or, A letter by D. Sprint to a man seuen yeares grieuously afflicted in conscience and fearefully possessed by the Diuel very comfortable and commodious to withstand the assaults of Sathan. Sprint, John, d. 1623. 1623 (1623) STC 23108.2; ESTC S4917 8,136 22 View Text
A12691 A packe of Spanish lyes sent abroad in the vvorld: first printed in Spaine in the Spanish tongue, and translated out of the originall. Now ripped vp, vnfolded, and by iust examination condemned, as conteyning false, corrupt, and detestable wares, worthy to be damned and burned. 1588 (1588) STC 23011; ESTC S117693 9,398 29 View Text
A40269 The state of the birth temporal & spiritual and the duty and state of a child, youth, young-men, aged-men, and fathers in the truth : also, shewing that children are the heritage of the Lord, and that he hath a glory in them / by George Fox. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1683 (1683) Wing F1922; ESTC R28010 9,634 14 View Text
A04311 Englands vvelcome to Iames by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. Wherein is shewed her zealous loue, and reuerent dutie to her soueraigne. Composed into three cantoes.; Englands welcome to James. 1603 (1603) STC 14422; ESTC S109121 9,875 31 View Text
A86608 The devils bow unstringed, or, Some of Thomas Dansons lyes made manifest, : which he hath printed and put to publick view in two pamphlets, the one intituled, The Quakers folly made manifest. And the other, The Quakers wisdom not from above. : And in the first page of his narrative he calleth them undoubted truths, but the wise in heart will not so take them, but will consider better of them, for the wise mans eye is in his head. / By Luke Howard. Howard, Luke, 1621-1699. 1659 (1659) Wing H2984A; ESTC R178278 9,920 8 View Text
A54460 A sermon preach'd before the King and Queen in Their Majesties chappel at Windsor, on Trinity-Sunday, May 30. 1686 by the Reverend Father John Persall ... Persall, John, 1633-1702. 1686 (1686) Wing P1651; ESTC R11064 11,103 35 View Text
A25350 Gods proclamation to the inhabitants and people of England published by one of the Lords servants ... known by the name of John Anderson. Anderson, John. 1659 (1659) Wing A3081; ESTC R31900 11,388 20 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
A31907 A full and final proof of the plot from the Revelations whereby the testimony of Dr. Titus Oates and Mr. Will. Bedloe is demonstrated to be jure divino, and all colours and pretences taken away that might hinder the obstinate from assenting to the truth and sincerity of their evidence : dedicated to all Roman-Catholicks and infidels / by E.C., Doctor of the civil law. E. C., Doctor of the civil law. 1680 (1680) Wing C23; ESTC R9091 13,342 20 View Text
A87637 Every mans case, or, Lawyers routed In seven treatises, the titles whereof you may find in the ensuing page. Written by John Jones, Gentl prisoner in the Fleet. Jones, John, of Neyath, Brecon. 1652 (1652) Wing J967; Thomason E1406_2; ESTC R209500 13,990 44 View Text
A30722 Explanatory notes upon a mendacious libel called Concubinage and poligamy disproved; written by a nameless author, in answer to a book writ by J.B. as being a scurrilous libel, as not fit to be stiled an answer. As may appear, by a catalogue of notorious and villainous lies, and Billingsgate raileries, and dunghil language, to be shewed therein. By J.B. B.D. J. B. (John Butler) 1698 (1698) Wing B6271; ESTC R219424 14,505 32 View Text
B10272 An answer to a scandalous and deceitfull pamphlet: entituled, Considerable queries humbly tendred touching reducement of the excise to the customs; published by necessity. Wattes, Jeremiah. 1653 (1653) Wing W1153A; ESTC R186315 15,904 24 View Text
A43041 Truth may be blam'd but not sham'd a sermon upon Matth. 16 v.13, 14, 15, 16 : wherein truth and errour are brought upon the stage act their parts / by William Harvey, minister of the Word. Harvey, William, minister of the Word. 1657 (1657) Wing H1094; ESTC R36593 16,440 45 View Text
A57308 The serpent's subtilty discovered in a plain answer to a lying scandalous paper, lately came from Leonard Letchford, who calls himself rector of Hurst-Pierpoint in the county of Sussex. Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. 1663 (1663) Wing R1490; ESTC R217999 16,680 19 View Text
A02730 The tragicall life and death of Muley Abdala Melek the late King of Barbarie With a proposition, or petition to all Christian princes, annexed therevnto: VVritten by a gentleman imployed into those parts. Harrison, John, fl. 1610-1638. 1633 (1633) STC 12860; ESTC S116606 16,742 32 View Text
A75062 An Abstract of the Scripture-catechism accommodated by the author, to the use of children and ignorant people / newly corrected by the author himself. 1675 (1675) Wing A142B; ESTC R42630 16,853 76 View Text
A28893 An answer to Doctor Good (so called) his Dialogue against those call'd Quakers wherein he hath forged the Quaker and confuted himself, which dialogue of Tho. Good's is in his book intituled Firmianus and Dubitantius, or certain dialogues concerning atheism, infidelity, popery, and other heresies and schisms, which trouble the peace of the Church &c. / by Edward Bourn. Bourne, Edward, d. 1708. 1675 (1675) Wing B3845; ESTC R27869 17,048 26 View Text
A12373 Satans compassing the earth. By Henrie Smith Smith, Henry, 1550?-1591. 1592 (1592) STC 22692; ESTC S107437 17,258 55 View Text
A08819 A godly sermon preached at Detford in Kent, on Monday the ix. of Iune, in Anno. 1572. Pagit, Eusebius, 1547?-1617. 1586 (1586) STC 19105; ESTC S105805 17,687 50 View Text
A20180 Christes miracles deliuered in a sermon. By Arthvr Dent, preacher of the word of God, at South-Shoobery in Essex. Dent, Arthur, d. 1607. 1608 (1608) STC 6613; ESTC S113588 17,721 54 View Text
A34990 A description of the Church of Scotland with a word of reproofe to the priests, and teachers, and officers therein, for their many corrupt doctrines and practices, also a warning and a gentle invitation to all people, that lives under their tyrannicall government, to come to the truth ... : herein is their church made manifest ... : with an exhortation to all people to come out from amongst them ... / written in love to the simple-hearted in that nation ... by one who desires that people might be brought to the truth ... who am known among men by the name Stephen Crisp. Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. 1660 (1660) Wing C6928; ESTC R40352 17,808 15 View Text
A80832 God's arraignment of Adam: declared in a sermon preach'd at St Pauls, Septemb 5. 1658. before the right honorable the Lord Major, aldermen, and Common-Council. By Thomas Cartwright, M.A. of Queens Coll. Oxon. and now vicar of Walthamstow in Essex. Cartwright, Thomas, 1634-1689. 1658 (1658) Wing C698; Thomason E960_1; ESTC R207676 18,353 29 View Text
A42713 A false witness examin'd and rebuk'd, and the stedfast, sincere obedience of the people called Quakers, unto Christ Jesus, their souls captain bishop and high-priest, asserted and vindicated : being an answer to a book, entituled, A declaration concerning the people called Quakers, &c., given forth by I know not who, there is subscribed to the said book, Christidulus Ecclestion, but whether this be the name of the author, or only a feigned name, is a question but I do not know the author by that name, nor do I hear of any that doth, neither did I ever know any man or woman by that name / by ... Wilson Gibson. Gibson, William, 1629-1684. 1674 (1674) Wing G683; ESTC R9682 18,480 20 View Text
A63233 A Tried method of catechising being an abstract of the Bishop of Corke's Shorter notes on the church-catechism : with the Scripture-proofs of them as far as necessary, and directions for the use of the abstract to advantage. Rosse, E. Corke. 1698 (1698) Wing T2272A; ESTC R25824 18,530 36 View Text
A66866 The unlimited God, not limited by any of the children of light, but by them who are in the darkness and straitness, such would be limiting the unlimited God from the Spirit of the Lord is this given forth, that all such may read with the eye which is not busie, nor looks into things above its reach : from one who becomes all to all, to gain some to Christ ... : also, a warning, and a charge from the Lord God, to all the Baptists teachers every where ... : also, a true discovery of the way to the kingdome within ... / given forth from the Spirit of the Lord, in Humphry Wollrich ... Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707. 1659 (1659) Wing W3303; ESTC R39138 18,663 24 View Text
A81535 A discovery of the great fantasie, or, Phantasticall conceitednesse. That is to say, of the antichristian blindnes of those, that out of a meer false imagination and phantasticall conceitednesse, do hold themselves to be Christians, sprituall divines, deputies and messengers or spokes-men of Christ, and take upon them, as mediatours, to save others, whom they call the secular lay-men; therewithall, reviling, traducing, condemning, excommunicating, persecuting, exiling, and putting to death the true children of God, for not yeelding unto this phantasie of theirs, conceiving, that therein they do God great service, when they busie themselves in weeding the ground thus, according to their phantasies, and endeavouring to save the angels a labour against the time of the harvest. Together with a discovery of the great arch-whore, and her paramours or lovers, whereof the spirit of God beareth witnesse. 1642 (1642) Wing D1651; Thomason E124_28; ESTC R6001 19,094 24 View Text
A44509 An account of what happen'd in the kingdom of Sweden in the years 1669, and 1670 and upwards In relation to some persons that were accused for witches; and tryed and executed by the Kings command. Together with the particulars of a very sad accident that befel a boy at Malmoe in Schonen in the year, 1678. by the means of witchcraft, attested by the ablest and most judicious men of that town. Both translated out of High-Dutch into English, By Anthony Horneck D.D. Horneck, Anthony, 1641-1697. 1682 (1682) Wing H2817; ESTC R216940 19,188 42 View Text
B02476 A new book for children to learn in. With many wholesome meditations for them to consider. With directions for true spelling. And the ground of true reading and writing of true English. / by S.C. Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692.; Fox, George, d. 1661. 1681 (1681) Wing C6936C; ESTC R174306 19,584 105 View Text
A79880 The lying-vvonders, or rather the vvonderful-lyes, which was lately published to the world, in a lying-pamphlet, (called Strange and true news from Gloucester) containing a relation of the wonderful power of God, shewed for injustice at Fairford, by frogs and toads; and in the sudden death of the Clarks daughter at Brokington in Gloucestershire. Presented to the view of the world, with some observations in the end on another such like pamphlet (The Lords loud call to England) I. That the subtilty of deluders may be discerned. II. That the simple may from their delusions be preserved. III. That the lovers of truth may be strengthned. IV. That all men about these wonders may be satisfied. By Robert Clark, minister of Gods Word in Norleach. Clark, Robert, minister at Norleach. 1660 (1660) Wing C4488; Thomason E1045_5; ESTC R207952 19,861 29 View Text
A75884 A fannaticks letter sent out of the dungeon of the gate-house prison of VVestminster: to all his brethren in the three nations at liberty; and also in the several goales and dungeons therein, that are under all the principles of the doctrines of Christ, Heb. 6. I, 2. By Henry Adis, a baptized believer, undergoing the name of a free-willer; and also most ignomineously by the tongue of infamy, called a fannatick, or a mad man. Adis, Henry. 1660 (1660) Wing A579; Thomason E1084_6; ESTC R208012 21,559 25 View Text
A64269 The devil turn'd casuist, or, The cheats of Rome laid open in the exorcism of a despairing devil, at the house of Thomas Pennington in Orrel in the parish of Wigan and county of Lancaster / by Zachary Taylor ... Taylor, Zachary, 1653-1705. 1696 (1696) Wing T595A; ESTC R39717 24,170 30 View Text
A61516 A discourse of the nature and obligation of oaths wherein, satisfaction is tendered touching the non-obligation and unlawfulness of the oath called, the Solemn League and Covenant : the acknowledgement whereof, is required of us by a late act of Parliament, intituled, An act for uniformity : published as an appendix to the Peace-offering / by the same author. Stileman, John, d. 1685.; Stileman, John, d. 1685. Peace offering. 1662 (1662) Wing S5552; ESTC R16314 24,193 32 View Text
A68983 The court and country, or A briefe discourse dialogue-wise set downe betweene a courtier and a country-man contayning the manner and condition of their liues, with many delectable and pithy sayings worthy obseruation. Also, necessary notes for a courtier. VVritten by N.B. Gent. Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626? 1618 (1618) STC 3641; ESTC S104725 24,408 40 View Text
A67141 A trve relation of the chiefe passages betweene Mr. Anthony Wotton, and Mr. George Walker, in the yeare of our lord 1611, and in the yeares next following untill 1615 written by George Walker ... ; for the vindicating of himselfe from some imputations laid on him by Mr. Thomas Gataker, in his defence of Mr. Wotton. Walker, George, 1581?-1651. 1642 (1642) Wing W367; ESTC R22429 24,717 39 View Text
A07803 A direct answer vnto the scandalous exceptions, which Theophilus Higgons hath lately obiected against D. Morton In the which there is principally discussed, two of the most notorious obiections vsed by the Romanists, viz. 1. M. Luthers conference with the diuell, and 2. The sence of the article of Christ his descension into hell. Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659. 1609 (1609) STC 18181; ESTC S103393 25,429 38 View Text
A35730 The foure cardinall-vertues of a Carmelite-fryar observed by Sir Edvvard Dering, knight and baronet ; and by him sent backe againe to their author Simon Stocke, alias Father Simons, alias Iohn Hunt, alias Anonymus Eremita. Dering, Edward, Sir, 1598-1644. 1641 (1641) Wing D1109; ESTC R31322 25,900 66 View Text
A40725 Concio ad magistratum a nations honour, and a nations dishonour, or, A kingdoms prospective-glass : discovering who are the most faithful friends, and who the most dangerous enemies to the peace and prosperity of a kingdom / written by P. Fullwood. Fullwood, P. (Peter) 1673 (1673) Wing F2522; ESTC R7022 26,022 48 View Text
A85492 A cal [sic] and a vvarning, to all priests, professors and people, vvho have and do profess the Scriptures, that they may try their doctrines and practises by it, and may own condemnation in their doctrines and practises, wherein they are contrary to the Scriptures. And a tender visitation to the whole vvorld, that they may own this their visitation, and may be healed and restored to the Lord; and this may serve for a looking glass, wherein people may see what visage they are of, and how they stand related as unto God. / By a sufferer in Hartford goale, for faithful witness-bearing, against this sinful generation; known by the name of John Gould. Gould, John, prisoner at Hertford. 1657 (1657) Wing G1416; Thomason E932_1; ESTC R202329 27,259 37 View Text
A05470 Two sermons viz. 1. A preseruatiue lilie to cure soules. And 2. How to seeke to finde Christ. Preached by that famous and iudicious diuine, Peter Lilie, Doctor of Diuinitie, and sometime fellow of Iesus Colledge in Cambridge. Lily, Peter, d. 1615.; Lily, Dorothy, d. 1627. 1619 (1619) STC 15600; ESTC S108559 27,509 75 View Text
B00991 A nicke for neuters. A most godly and fruitfull sermon, begun and preached at Paules Crosse, the 30. day of October last, and continued & finished in Paules Church, on New-yeeres day at night. / By Thomas Burt, Preacher of the Word. Burt, Thomas, preacher of the word. 1604 (1604) STC 4132; ESTC S126041 28,214 88 View Text
A64822 The new command renew'd, or, Love one another being an endeavour after the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace, by several uniting principles, among which there are ten rules for a right understanding of scripture, very useful for these divided times / by Ralph Venning. Venning, Ralph, 1621?-1674. 1652 (1652) Wing V214; ESTC R3161 28,675 54 View Text
A90960 A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at Saint Margarets in Westminster, on Thursday the 10. of May, being a day of solemn thanksgiving appointed by the Parliament, for the mercies God had bestowed on the nation through the successfull conduct of the Lord Generall Monck. By John Price M.A. Fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, and chaplain to his Excellency. Price, John, 1625?-1691.; England and Wales. Parliament. 1660 (1660) Wing P3336; Thomason E1027_1; ESTC R31126 29,320 48 View Text
A89827 An answer to the booke called The perfect Pharisee under monkish holinesse: wherein is layd open, who they are that oppose the fundamentall principles of the doctrine of the Gospel, and the scripture practises, which the authors of that book would cast upon those they call Quakers, but are found to be themselves; who appear to be no ministers of the Gospel, but walke contrary to all that ever Christ sent forth in the scripture, scorning them who live the life of the scriptures, or are brought into the obedience of the same spirit. Published for no other end but to cleare the truth from the slanders of these men, who thereby goe about to deceive the simple, and keep them off from obedience to the truth. By one whom the world calls, James Nayler. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. 1654 (1654) Wing N261; Thomason E735_2; ESTC R206955 29,772 36 View Text
A75414 An Answer to a scandalous paper, wherein were some queries given to be answered. And likewise, therein is found many lies and slanders, and false accusations against those people whom he (and the world) calls Quakers. Dated from Dorchester in New-England, August 17. 1655. subscribed, Edward Breck, which was directed to a people at Rainforth in Lancashire, which he calls, A church of Christ. The truth is cleared of his scandalls, lies, and slanders, and he found to bee a reproacher of the Church of Christ. His paper and quæries answered by those people called, Quakers. 1656 (1656) Wing A3345A; Thomason E875_4; ESTC R206566 30,171 38 View Text
A92179 Astrologia accusata pariter & condemnata. Or The diabolical art of judicial astrologie, receiving the definitive sentence of final condemnation: being delivered in this following discourse, where the said art is briefly and manifestly opened, justly arraigned, diligently examined, and experimentally condemned by him, who was a student in the same. / By John Raunce, sometime a practitioner of astrologie, and student in the magick art. Raunce, John, 17th cent. 1650 (1650) Wing R317; Thomason E618_11; ESTC R206349 30,300 42 View Text
A87151 A sermon preached to the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at a publike fast, May, 25. 1642. By Robert Harris, Batchelor of Divinity and Pastor of Hanwell. Oxon. Published by order of that House. Harris, Robert, 1581-1658.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1642 (1642) Wing H875; Thomason E150_21; ESTC R4871 30,553 56 View Text
A30290 The way to peace A funeral sermon on Job 22.21. Preached upon the decease of the right honourable Elizabeth, Countess of Ranalagh. By Daniel Burgess. Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. 1695 (1695) Wing B5719; ESTC R224017 30,595 82 View Text
A89813 The plain mans defence against popery: or, A discourse, shewing the flat opposition of popery to the Scripture. By J.N. chaplain to a person of honour J. N. 1675 (1675) Wing N22; ESTC R9788 31,034 79 View Text
A95723 Two assize sermons preached at Bridgnorth for the county of Salop in the year 1657. The first, upon Psalm 58. verse 1. Doe you indeed speak righteousnesse, o congregation? Doe ye judge uprightly, o ye sonnes of men? The second, upon Psalm 37. verse 37. Marke the perfect man, and behold the upright: for the end of that man is peace? / By Mich. Thomas; rector of Stockton in the same county. Thomas, Michael, rector of Stockton. 1659 (1659) Wing T970; Thomason E1790_1; ESTC R209682 31,232 144 View Text
A13916 A breefe treatise of the vertue of the crosse and the true manner hovv to honour it. Translated out of French into English.; Brief traicté de la vertu de la croix et de la manière de l'honnorer. English. La Faye, Antoine de, 1540-1615.; Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633. 1599 (1599) STC 24216; ESTC S103275 31,239 94 View Text
A55542 The imposture defeated, or, A trick to cheat the devil a comedy, as it was acted by His Majesties servants, at the Theatre in Drury-lane. Powell, George, 1658?-1714. 1698 (1698) Wing P3051; ESTC R23302 34,396 57 View Text
A49486 The prophecyes of the incomparable Dr. Martin Luther concerning the downfall of the Pope of Rome, and the subversion of the German Empire, to be over-run by the armies of the Turks, together with the many reasons that he giveth for it : as also, the remarkable prophecy of the learned and reverend Mvscvlvs, to the same effect / collected by R.C. M.A. R. C., M.A.; Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. 1664 (1664) Wing L3513; ESTC R23003 35,433 50 View Text
A05464 [Come out of her my people] or an ansvver to the questions of a gentlevvoman (a professour in the Antichristian Church of England) about hearing the publicke ministers vvhere it is largely discussed and proved to be sinfull and unlavvfull. Also a iust apologie for the way of total separation (commonly but falsely called Brownisme) that it is the truth of God, though lightly esteemed in the eyes of the blinde world. With a challenge to dispute with them publickly before King & Counsell: to prove whatsoever I said at the pillery against them. Viz. that the calling of them all is jure diabolo: even from the divell himselfe. By mee John Lilburne. Close prisoner in the Fleete for the cause of Christ.; Come out of her my people. Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. 1639 (1639) STC 15596; ESTC S107364 35,511 36 View Text
A02771 The temple A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the fifth of August. 1624. By Tho. Adams. Adams, Thomas, fl. 1612-1653. 1624 (1624) STC 129; ESTC S100422 35,512 74 View Text
A14670 Salomons sweete harpe consisting of fiue words, like so many golden strings, toucht with the cunning hand of his true skill, commanding all other humane speech: wherein both cleargie and laitie may learne how to speake. Preached of late at Thetford before his Maiestie, by Thomas Walkington Batchelour in Diuinitie, and fellow of S. Iohns Colledge in Cambridge. Walkington, Thomas, d. 1621. 1608 (1608) STC 24971; ESTC S119399 35,733 88 View Text
A30279 Foolish talking and jesting described and condemned In a discourse on Ephes. 5.4. neither foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not convenient. By Daniel Burgess. Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. 1694 (1694) Wing B5706; ESTC R214159 35,920 118 View Text
A66618 The spirit of Quakerism and the danger of their divine revelation in a faithful narrative of their malicious persecution of Henry Winder and his wife as murtherers at the publick assize at Carlisle / by Henry Winder. Winder, Henry. 1696 (1696) Wing W2975; ESTC R31020 36,687 64 View Text
A00407 The scourge of securitie, or The expulsion and returne of the vncleane spirit. By William Est, minister and preacher of Gods word, at Bedford in Deuonshire Est, William, 1546 or 7-1625. 1609 (1609) STC 10537; ESTC S111377 36,719 111 View Text
A95657 Pseudeleutheria. Or Lawlesse liberty. Set forth in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Major of London, &c. in Pauls, Aug. 16. 1646. / By Edvvard Terry, Minister of the Word, and pastor of the church at Great-Greenford in the country of Middlesex. Sept. 11. 1646. Imprimatur. John Downame. Terry, Edward, 1590-1660. 1646 (1646) Wing T781; Thomason E356_11; ESTC R201136 37,931 42 View Text
A66688 Truth lifting up its head above scandals Wherein is declared what God Christ Father Son Holy Ghost Scriptures Gospel Prayer Ordinances of God are. By Gerrard Winstanly. Winstanley, Gerrard, b. 1609. 1649 (1649) Wing W3054; ESTC R222280 38,309 95 View Text
A22590 A vvarning to the dragon and all his angels Eleanor, Lady, d. 1652. 1625 (1625) STC 904; ESTC S115841 38,694 114 View Text
A65858 The contemned Quaker and his Christian religion defended against envy & forgery in answer to two abusive invective pamphlets, the one stiled Antichrist in spirit unmasked, the other Railings and slanders detected, promoted by some persons commonly called Anabaptists at Deptford in Kent who have unwarily begun the contest. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1692 (1692) Wing W1919; ESTC R26354 39,076 98 View Text
A84832 A visitation to the Iewes, from them whom the Lord hath visited from on high, among whom he hath performed his promise made with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and to his seed, which Moses saw, and the prophets gave testimonie of, to which seed the Apostles witnessed, which seed we are, which seed of Abraham Christ came according to the flesh, which we now witness, glory to the Lord for evermore. Also, a visitation to all you that have long had the Scriptures; but found out of the life of them that gave them forth, that are stumbling about the words, fighting and contending about them, imprisoning and persecuting them that witness the life that gave them fotth [sic]. / Given forth by G.F. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1656 (1656) Wing F1978; Thomason E883_7; ESTC R202191 39,450 39 View Text
A17444 An A.B.C. or holy alphabet conteyning some plaine lessons gathered out of the word, to the number of the letters in the English alphabet, to enter young beginners in the schoole of Christ. E. C., fl. 1626.; Cancellar, James, attributed name. 1626 (1626) STC 4264.5; ESTC S114411 39,537 142 View Text
A37239 The original, nature, and immortality of the soul a poem : with an introduction concerning humane knowledge / written by Sir John Davies ... ; with a prefatory account concerning the author and poem.; Nosce teipsum Davies, John, Sir, 1569-1626.; Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. 1697 (1697) Wing D405; ESTC R14959 39,660 143 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
A07722 A briefe treatise of oathes exacted by ordinaries and ecclesiasticall iudges, to answere generallie to all such articles or interrogatories, as pleaseth them to propound And of their forced and constrained oathes ex officio, wherein is proued that the same are vnlawfull. Morice, James. 1590 (1590) STC 18106; ESTC S112894 39,864 66 View Text
A43351 Miscellanea, or, A mixture of choyce observations and institutions, moral, and divine, composed for private use being the product of spare hours, and the meditations of J.H. Henshaw, Joseph, 1603-1679. 1669 (1669) Wing H1480; ESTC R4644 40,398 215 View Text
A35131 Rebellion rebuked in an answer to a scandalous pamphlet entitled The Quaker converted to Christianity &c. written by one William Haworth ... and William Dimsdale ... / by John Crook, William Bayly. Crook, John, 1617-1699.; Bayly, William, d. 1675.; Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692.; Stout, Mary, 17th cent. 1673 (1673) Wing C7212; ESTC R27638 40,731 115 View Text
A01091 Hoplocrisma-spongus: or, A sponge to vvipe avvay the weapon-salve A treatise, wherein is proved, that the cure late-taken up amongst us, by applying the salve to the weapon, is magicall and unlawfull By William Foster Mr. of Arts, and parson of Hedgley in the county of Buckingham.; Hoplocrisma-spongus. Foster, William, 1591-1643. 1631 (1631) STC 11203; ESTC S102476 41,047 74 View Text
A19746 A hedgerovv of busshes, brambles, and briers: or, A fielde full of tares, thistles and tine of the vanities and vaine delightes of this worlde, leading the way to eternall damnation: with seuerall exhortations or cauiats for the carelesse to shun and beware the same. Now newly compiled by I.D.; Bible. English. Selections. I. D. 1598 (1598) STC 6170; ESTC S109189 41,295 88 View Text
A81791 Moral instructions of a father to his son upon his departure for a long voyage: or, An easie way to guide a young man towards all sorts of virtues. With an hundred maximes, Christian and moral.; Instruction morale d'un père à son fils. English Dufour, Philippe Sylvestre, 1622-1687. 1683 (1683) Wing D2455A; ESTC R231963 42,504 123 View Text
A82113 A declaration of some proceedings of Lt. Col. Iohn Lilburn, and his associates: with some examination, and animadversion upon papers lately printed, and scattered abroad. One called The earnest petition of many free-born people of this Kingdome : another, The mournfull cries of many thousand poor tradesmen, who are ready to famish for want of bread, or The warning tears of the oppressed. Also a letter sent to Kent. Likewise a true relation of Mr. Masterson's minister of Shoreditch, signed with his owne hand. Published by authority, for the undeceiving of those that are misled by these deceivers, in many places of this Kingdom. Masterson, Geo. (George) 1648 (1648) Wing D625; Thomason E427_6; ESTC R204593 42,707 64 View Text
A64889 Coleman-street conclave visited, and, that grand imposter, the schismaticks cheater in chief (who hath long, slily lurked therein) truly and duly discovered containing a most palpable and plain display of Mr. John Goodwin's self-conviction (under his own hand-writing) and of the notorious heresies, errours, malice, pride, and hypocrisie of his most huge garagantua, in falsly pretended piety, to the lamentable misleading of his too-too credulous soul-murthered proselytes of Coleman-street & elsewhere : collected, principally, out of his own big-bragadochio and wavelike-swelling and swaggering writings, full-fraught with six-footed terms, and flashie rhetoricall phrases, far more than solid and sacred truths, and may fitly serve (if it be the Lords will) like Belshazzars hand-writing, on the wall of his conscience, to strike terrour and shame into his own soul, and shamelesse face, and to un-deceive his most miserably cheated and inchanted, or bewitched followers / by John Vicars. Vicars, John, 1579 or 80-1652. 1648 (1648) Wing V297; ESTC R1674 42,759 52 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
A85141 The Holy Scriptures from scandals are cleared. Or An answer to a book set forth by the baptizers; to wit, Henry Hagger and Thomas Pollard, entituled, The Holy Scriptures clearing it self of scandals: but is scandalled or perverted, and so scandalized by them, as in this answer to theirs will further appear, so by them entituled, or bearing the title of an Answer to a book written by Richard Farnsworth, called, Truth cleared, or Truth lifting up its head above scandals: occasioned by a dispute at Harliston in Staffordshire, between Richard Farnsworth and Thomas Pallard, in the year, 1654. Also here is in this, the heads of an order, or late act made at Coventry, by the baptized people there, ... And something here is, in answer to a false prophet, called John Griffith, set out by him and several others, in a false prophesie or book, bearing the title of True Gospel faith, collected into 30 articles: or in the middle part called, A voice from the Word of the Lord, ... / Written by a servant of the Lord, in the sixth moneth, 1655. by R.F. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F487; Thomason E855_1; ESTC R202126 43,362 61 View Text
A68096 The boy of Bilson: or, A true discouery of the late notorious impostures of certaine Romish priests in their pretended exorcisme, or expulsion of the Diuell out of a young boy, named William Perry, sonne of Thomas Perry of Bilson, in the county of Stafford, yeoman Vpon which occasion, hereunto is premitted a briefe theologicall discourse, by way of caution, for the more easie discerning of such Romish spirits; and iudging of their false pretences, both in this and the like practices. R. B. (Richard Baddeley); Wheeler, Mr. 1622 (1622) STC 1185; ESTC S120841 43,472 84 View Text
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
A75693 An argument proving, that according to the covenant of eternal life revealed in the Scriptures, man may be translated from hence into that eternal life, without passing through death altho the humane nature of Christ himself could not be thus translated till he had passed through death. Asgill, John, 1659-1738. 1700 (1700) Wing A3926; ESTC R208477 45,123 107 View Text
A27633 The true state of Gospel truth, established upon the free election of God in Christ the agreement, and yet difference between law and Gospel, so, that the Gospel cannot be stiled law : the inconditionateness of the Gospel salvation : the procedure of the day of judgment : in the way of a conciliatory discourse upon Mr. Williams his concessions / by T. Beverley. Beverley, Thomas. 1693 (1693) Wing B2185; ESTC R19088 45,331 46 View Text
A64521 Seasonable thoughts in sad times being some reflections on the warre, the pestilence, and the burning of London, considered in the calamity, cause, cure / by Joh. Tabor. Tabor, John. 1667 (1667) Wing T93; ESTC R15193 46,591 114 View Text
A91988 The picture of the conscience drawne to the life, by the pencell of divine truth. VVherein are set out 1. Its nature. 2. Infirmities. 3. Remedies. 4. Its duties. Consisting first in the truths to be beleived [sic]. 2. The vertues to be practised. 3. The vices to bee avoyded. 4. The heresies to bee rejected. All seasonable for these distracted times. By Alexander Rosse. Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654. 1648 (1648) Wing R1980; Thomason E1195_1; ESTC R208720 46,614 212 View Text
A96039 Wisdome and innocence, or prudence and simplicity in the examples of the serpent and the dove, propounded to our imitation. By Tho. Vane doctor in divinity and physick. Vane, Thomas, fl. 1652. 1652 (1652) Wing V89; Thomason E1406_1; ESTC R209492 46,642 189 View Text
A54244 Truth rescued from imposture, or, A brief reply to a meer rapsodie of lies, folly, and slander but a pretended answer to the tryal of W. Penn and W. Meade &c. writ and subscribed S.S. / by a profest enemy to oppression, W.P. Penn, William, 1644-1718.; Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. An appendix, wherein the fourth section of S.S. his pamphlet ... examined. 1670 (1670) Wing P1392; ESTC R36662 46,879 75 View Text
A45357 The excellency of moral vertue, from the serious exhortation of St. Paul to the practice of it in several discourses upon Phil. 4. 8. : to which is added, A discourse of sincerity, from John i. 47 / by Henry Hallywell ... Hallywell, Henry, d. 1703? 1692 (1692) Wing H463; ESTC R18059 47,683 182 View Text
A85130 The brazen serpent lifted up on high, or truth cleared and above the deceit exalted, and as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wildernesse: even so must the son of man be lifted up, that whosoever believeth in him, should not perish but have eternall life. Joh. 3. 14. 15. Here is also laid down in this treatise something, concerning election and and [sic] predestination, which is so much spoken of, and how they may know their election, something concerning Christ being the way to the Father; and how, and concerning Christ, the mediatour of the new covenants, and the end of the old, and tythes are ended. ... Lastly, here is part of a dispute, held between two chief priests, and two men that came and met with them, and the people at Chadwitch in Worcestershire; ... to clear the truth form accusations, held forth by those men that the world scornfully calleth Quakers. Written in Worcestershire, the beginning of the first moneth called March. 1655. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F471; Thomason E831_10; ESTC R207464 47,825 63 View Text
A66447 Experiments of spiritual life & health and their preservatives in which the weakest child of God may get assurance of his spiritual life and blessedness, and the strongest may finde proportionable discoveries of his Christian growth, and the means of it / by Roger Williams ... Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. 1652 (1652) Wing W2762; ESTC R7812 48,635 62 View Text