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A64456 A Testimony from the people of God called Quakers against many lying and slanderous books and a ballad lately published in envy and malice to render the said people odious, and accusing them of things they are clear of. 1670 (1670) Wing T813; ESTC R29543 1,856 1 View Text
A41059 A paper concerning such as are made ministers by the will of man Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1659 (1659) Wing F634A; ESTC R27978 4,189 4 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
A76496 Bevvare of false prophets or, a true relation of the examination, and confesion, of Roalond Bateman, of St. Mary's at Newington in Southwark, who was apprehended and now lies in prison for saying if a peace were not between this and Whitsonday he would pluck some of the Lord in Parliament, out by the eares and stab'd them, also that he said he is the son of God, and if they put him to death he should and would rise againe the third day, and that for a certaine he hath fasted from the 13 of May, till the 7 of Iune, and so continues to Newprison at Clarkenwell. Taylor, John, 1580-1653, attributed name. 1644 (1644) Wing B2189; Thomason E50_29; ESTC R3528 5,110 8 View Text
A77686 Concerning the judgements of God; for and against what they are decreed, and what judgement is in it self. : And also what is the eternal judgement of God against the wicked and ungodly. R. B. (Richard Baker) 1669 (1660-1669) Wing B514A; ESTC R170429 6,726 6 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
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
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
A92015 The sins of a gainsaying and rebellious people laid before them ... Also a word to foolish merchants ... / Written at the command of the Lord, by one of his servants called, John Rous. Rous, John, d. 1695.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1659 (1659) Wing R2044; ESTC R182860 10,953 8 View Text
A85148 A rod to drive out the wilde bores, and subtill foxes, from amongst the vines that the vineyard may be kept cleer. Or, a gift sent to the priests; to let them see themselves, that they may acknowledge their errors, and upon them own their condemnation to be just and right, now the truth doth so plainly appear. / By R. Farneworth. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F502; Thomason E830_6; ESTC R207435 15,477 16 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
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
A91798 A true catechisme concerning the word of God and the power of it, which is quick and lively in the heart the manner of its working by dividing and setting before the creature good and evil ... : also several questions answered by the experimental working of the spirit ... / written by one who is brought into the true Christian faith, and for the testimony of the same faith hath been cast into prison ... and scornfully called Quaker, whose name is Thomas Richardson. Richardson, Thomas. 1664 (1664) Wing R1415; ESTC R42602 17,030 43 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
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
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
A44799 The mouth of the pit stopped and the smoke that hath arisen out of it scattered by the breath of truth in answer to a lying story called Hell broken loose, or, The history of the Quakers, published by Thomas Underhill, a seller of the whores merchandize otherwise called a book-seller : his lyes returned upon him, his accusations answered and his envie decleared and truth cleared from all his reproaches / by one that waits to see death and hell cast into the lake of fire, with the beast and false-prophet, Francis Howgil. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing H3172; ESTC R6601 19,385 26 View Text
A46909 Balsamum Britannicum, Brittains balm: or, The means of recovery for a languishing kingdom Preached in a sermon before the honourable judges for the Northern Circuite, at the generall assizes holden in the Citie of Yorke, 21. March, 1647. By John Johnson Mr. of A. and minister of Methley in Yorkeshire, [sic] Johnson, John, minister of Methley. 1648 (1648) Wing J781A; ESTC R219111 20,947 65 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
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
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
A47275 Flosculum poeticum poems divine and humane : panegyrical, satyrical, ironical / by P. K. Ker, Patrick, fl. 1691. 1684 (1684) Wing K338; ESTC R17623 28,954 100 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
A10368 The life and death of Mahomet the conquest of Spaine together with the rysing and ruine of the Sarazen Empire. Written by Sr. Walter Raleigh Kt. Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618.; Luna, Miguel de, 16th/17th cent. Verdadera historia del rey Don Rodrigo. 1637 (1637) STC 20647; ESTC S115585 31,725 292 View Text
A16632 Almansor the learned and victorious king that conquered Spaine. His life and death published by Robert Ashley, out of the librarie of the Uniuersitie of Oxford.; Verdadera historia del rey Don Rodrigo. Part 2. English. Selections Luna, Miguel de, 16th/17th cent.; Ashley, Robert, 1565-1641. 1627 (1627) STC 354; ESTC S100094 34,400 96 View Text
A88607 The hatred of Esau, and the love of Jacob unfoulded being a brief and plain exposition of the 9. chapter of Pauls epistle to the Romanes, being the heads of what was delivered in several discourses, both publick and private. By Samuel Loveday servant of the church of Christ. Loveday, Samuel, 1619-1677. 1650 (1650) Wing L3233; Thomason E1380_2; ESTC R209387 35,117 84 View Text
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
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
A42294 The guide of a Christian directing him to such things, as are by him, to be believed, practised, feared, and hoped for. There are added at the end prayers to be used upon several occasions. 1697 (1697) Wing G2184B 36,258 124 View Text
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
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
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
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
A56434 A shield of the truth, or, The truth of God cleared from scandals and reproaches cast upon it by scandalous and reproachfull tongues which the devil in all ages did make use of, whereby he blasphemed the truth of God, striving to present it odious in the eyes and ears of all people, that so he might uphold his own kingdom, but the day hath made him manifest, & the Lord is come, & is coming to make war with him, and bind him, and cast him into the bottomless pit and all who bears his image, and under his dominion is written by ... Iames Parnel. Parnell, James, 1637?-1656. 1655 (1655) Wing P533; ESTC R20838 39,279 50 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
A85152 Truth cleared of scandals, or truth lifting up its head above scandals, &c. Occasioned by the meeting of those people called Baptists, and those whom the world scornfully calleth Quakers, at Harlington in stafforthshire, upon the 27. day of the 7 month, in the year 1654. Shewing the difference betwixt the ordinances of Christ and of Antichrist, and the true worship and the false, with a discovery of the two seeds, and the New Covenant, the doctrine of baptismes, laying on of hands, the ressurectio, and eternal judgement, Heb. 6. 1, 2, 3, and Heb. 12.22, and 23. Also, the unprofitable servant and the talents, and of being caught up into paradise, the thorn in the flesh, and what it is to take pleasure in infirmities, and what those infirmities are, that is to be gloried in; also, something of perfection, and imperfection, and the glorying in the crosse largely proved, according to scripture, &c. / By one known to the world by the name of Rich. Fanrworth. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1654 (1654) Wing F512; Thomason E820_3; ESTC R207345 39,723 39 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
A84341 Good nevves for all Christian souldiers. Or The way to overcome the devill by the bloud of the lambe. As it was delivered in a sermon / by John Eachard, pastour of Darsham in Suffolke. Published according to order. Eachard, John, 17th cent. 1645 (1645) Wing E48; Thomason E271_6; ESTC R212214 40,704 48 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
A85867 Select cases of conscience touching vvitches and vvitchcrafts. By Iohn Gaule, preacher of the Word at Great Staughton in the county of Huntington. Gaule, John, 1604?-1687. 1646 (1646) Wing G379; Thomason E1192_1; ESTC R202117 42,863 218 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
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
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
A85143 Light risen out of darkness now in these latter days. Shewing the dark ways and worships of the ministry of Antichrist now in these apostated times, which is perilous, as is foretold of often by the Holy Ghost that spoke through Paul, and now is fulfilled in these latter days, 2 Tim 3. Thus saith the Lord, Arise Sion, and thresh with a sharp threshing instrument, and shine, for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen, and is arising, and Jerusalem shall be a burdensome stone to all nations, now that Christ is unto his people both the light and glory thereof. Wherein something is written in reply to a book that was set forth by the dry and night vines in and about Beverley, who scornfully nicknameth the people of God, in reviling and falsly accusing them, and calleth them Quakers, in and about York-shire. Iuly, 1653. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1654 (1654) Wing F490; Thomason E729_5; ESTC R206840 47,191 59 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
A64989 The foundation of God standeth sure, or, A defence of those fundamental and so generally believed doctrines of the Trinity of persons in the unity of the divine essence, of the satisfaction of Christ, the second person of the real and glorious Trinity, of the justification of the ungodly by the imputed righteousness of Christ, against the cavils of W.P.J. a Quaker in his pamphlet entituled The sandy foundation shaken &c. : wherein his and the Quakers hideous blasphemies, Socinian and damnably-heretical opinions are discovered and refuted ... / by Thomas Vincent. Vincent, Thomas, 1634-1678. 1668 (1668) Wing V438; ESTC R25705 51,791 83 View Text
A33371 The right devil discovered in his descent, form, education, qualification, place and nature of torment : with many other divine secrets, never as yet extant : published for confutation of the learned, instructing the wise, and undeceiving of the simple / written by Laur. Claxton. Claxton, Laurence, 1615-1667. 1659 (1659) Wing C4583; ESTC R32623 54,824 149 View Text
A91211 The lyar confounded, or A briefe refutation of John Lilburnes miserably-mistated-case, mistaken-law; seditious calumnies, and most malicious lyes against the High Court of Parliament, the Honourable Committee of Examinations, Mr Speaker, with other members of the Commons House; and Mr William Prynne; wherewith he hath seduced many ignorant overcredulous people. Manifesting the Parliaments extraordinary clemency towards him, their justice in their commitment of, and proceedings against him; for which he so ingratefully and falsely taxeth them, with tyranny and injustice / By William Prynne of Lincolnes Inne, Esquire. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1645 (1645) Wing P4002; Thomason E267_1; ESTC R212413 54,867 55 View Text
A33367 Look about you, for the devil that you fear is in you, or, The right devil unfolded in his descent, form, education, qualification, place and nature of torment : with many other divine secrets, never from the beginning yet extant till this last witness, so beneficial both for the seed of gain, and the seed of faith / written by Laur. Claxton. Claxton, Laurence, 1615-1667. 1659 (1659) Wing C4579; ESTC R32621 55,901 151 View Text
B02798 The fulness and freeness of Gods grace in Christ declared. Namely, how God orders and appoints men to their final ends; some to honor, some to dishonor to eternity. The second part.; Fulnesse and freenesse of Gods grace in Christ declared. Part 2 Duke, Francis. 1655 (1655) Wing D2502A; ESTC R176022 62,389 122 View Text
A25204 Decus & tutamen, or, Practical godliness the ornament and muniment of all religion being the subject of several sermons preached at Westminster upon Titus ii, 10 / by V. Alsop ... Alsop, Vincent, 1629 or 30-1703. 1696 (1696) Wing A2907; ESTC R16042 63,995 144 View Text
A79474 The man of honour, described in a sermon, preached before the Lords of Parliament, in the Abbey Church at Westminster, March 26. 1645. The solemn day of the publique monethly-fast. / By Francis Cheynell, minister of Gods Word. Die Jovis, 27. Martii, 1645. It is this day ordered by the Lords in Parliament, that this House doth hereby give thanks to Master Cheynell for his great pains, taken in the sermon, he preached on the 26. of this instant March, in the Abbey Church Westminster, before the Lords of Parliament, it being the day of the publique fast. John Brown, Cler. Parliament. Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. 1645 (1645) Wing C3812; Thomason E279_3; ESTC R200026 64,263 74 View Text
A20794 Two sermons preached the one at S. Maries Spittle on Tuesday in Easter weeke. 1570. and the other at the Court at Windsor the Sonday after twelfth day, being the viij. of Ianuary, before in the yeare. 1569. by Thomas Drant Bacheler in Diuinitie. Drant, Thomas, d. 1578? 1570 (1570) STC 7171; ESTC S116118 66,054 168 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
A42498 Three sermons preached upon severall publike occasions by John Gauden. Gauden, John, 1605-1662. 1642 (1642) Wing G373; ESTC R8318 68,770 144 View Text
A66355 The vanity of childhood & youth wherein the depraved nature of young people is represented and means for their reformation proposed : being some sermons preached in Hand-Alley at the request of several young men, to which is added a catechism for youth / by Daniel Williams. Williams, Daniel, 1643?-1716. 1691 (1691) Wing W2657; ESTC R31018 71,103 147 View Text
A40634 VVords to give to the young-man knowledg and discretion, or, The law of kindness in the tongue of a father to his son by Francis Fuller ... Fuller, Francis, 1637?-1701. 1685 (1685) Wing F2389; ESTC R7286 71,878 224 View Text
A10189 A looking-glasse for all lordly prelates Wherein they may cleerely behold the true divine originall and laudable pedigree, whence they are descended; together with their holy lives and actions laid open in a double parallel, the first, betweene the Divell; the second, betweene the Iewish high-priests, and lordly prelates; and by their double dissimilitude from Christ, and his Apostles. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1636 (1636) STC 20466; ESTC S121078 71,933 128 View Text
A30305 The poor man's help and young mans guide containing I. Doctrinal instructions for the right informing of his judgment, II. Practical directions for the general course of his life, III. Particular advices for the well-managing of every day : with reference to his [brace] 1. Natural actions, 2. Civil imployments, 3. Necessary recreations, 4. Religious duties : particularly I. Prayer [brace] publick in the congregation, private in the family, secret in the closet, II. Reading the Holy Scriptures, III. Hearing of the Word preached, IV. Receiving of the Lord's Supper : unto which is added an earnest exhortation unto all Christians to the love and practice of universal holiness / by William Burkitt ... Burkitt, William, 1650-1703. 1694 (1694) Wing B5738; ESTC R34773 72,112 85 View Text
B22780 Englands deplorable condition shewing the common-wealths malady, by [brace] sacriledge, and want of duty in the people, contention, want of charity in the ministery, perjury, and want of truth in both : and its remedy by [brace] the peoples obedience and liberality, the ministers love and unity, both their repentance and fidelity : briefly declar'd in three treatises of [brace] the ministers patrimony and peoples duty, proposals to reconcile such as are for lordly episcopacy and un-ordain'd presbytery, for popular independancy and upstart antipædobaptistry, and against perjury : also, a petition for the Jews. E. F. 1659 (1659) Wing F18 72,509 69 View Text
A81985 The Protestants practice, or The compleat Christian. Being the true and perfect way to the celestiall Canaan. Necessary for the bringing up of young and the estabilshing of old Christians in the faith of the Gospel: the use whereof in families will preserve them from the errors of the times. / By a Reverend Father of the Church of England. Davies, Athanasius, b. 1620 or 21. 1656 (1656) Wing D395; Thomason E1708_1; ESTC R209509 72,826 348 View Text
B20672 Truths testimony and a testimony of truths appearing in power, life, light & glory, creating, manifesting, increasing, and vindicating itself in the midst of persecution : wherein is discovered what truth is, and also a lye, who knows it and lives in it : with the authors call and conversion to the truth, his practice in it, his publishing of it, and his several tryals for the same ... : together with the particular accusations brought against him in each tryal and his answers to the same, and also the courts proceedings both by judges and juries : with an humble appeal to His Highness, Oliver, Lord Protector, as a general redress for all people / by Richard Coppin. Coppin, Richard, fl. 1646-1659. 1655 (1655) Wing C6105 74,193 93 View Text
A93680 Gods ordinance, the saints priviledge. Discovered and proved in two treatises. The first, the saints interest by Christ in all the priviledges of grace: wherein their right to the use of baptisme, and the Lords supper, even now during the reign of Antichrist, is cleared; and the objections of those that oppose the same, are answered. The second, the peculiar interest of the elect in Christ, and his saving grace: wherein it is proved that Christ hath not presented to his fathers justice a satisfaction for the sinnes of all men; but onely for the sinnes of those that doe, or shall believe in him; which are his elect onely: and the objections of those that maintaine the contrary, are also answered. / Both written by John Spilsberie. And the last transcribed, and somewhat enlarged, by Benjamin Coxe. Licensed, entred, and printed according to order. J. S. (John Spilsbery); Cox, Benjamin, fl. 1646. 1646 (1646) Wing S4975; Thomason E335_17; ESTC R200803 75,307 89 View Text
A17971 Astrologomania: the madnesse of astrologers. Or An examination of Sir Christopher Heydons booke, intituled A defence of iudiciarie astrologie. Written neere vpon twenty yeares ago, by G.C. And by permission of the author set forth for the vse of such as might happily be misled by the Knights booke. Published by T.V. B. of D. Carleton, George, 1559-1628.; Vicars, Thomas, d. 1638. 1624 (1624) STC 4630; ESTC S107657 76,014 146 View Text
A60664 Univeral love In which a visitation floweth through the creation, that all people may be informed into the truth, and in their several places come to walk in the truth, and live in the truth, to be a good favour unto God, and honour God. 1. To parents of children. 2. To masters and dames of families. 3. To servants in their places. 4. To aged people. 5. To such as live a single life. 6. To young people. 7. To children. 8. To such as are in outward government. 9. To ministers of parishes, so called. 10. To such as practise in the nations law. 11. To such as trade in wights and measures. 12. To such as buy and sell in the markets or in any other places. With a general exhortation. Also something concerning faith, and hope, and love, and the word, and mans restless part, and the election, and a particular place of bondage opened. ... William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1668 (1668) Wing S4344; ESTC R219638 76,293 165 View Text
A44141 A correct copy of some letters written to J.M., a nonconformist teacher concerning the gift and forms of prayer by Matthew Hole ... Hole, Matthew, 1639 or 40-1730.; J. M. (John Moore), 1641 or 2-1717. 1698 (1698) Wing H2408; ESTC R19302 77,888 204 View Text
B09558 A looking-glass for George Fox the Quaker, and other Quakers; wherein they may see themselves to be right devils. In answer to George Fox his book, called, Something in answer to Lodowick Muggletons book, which he calls The Quakers neck broken. Wherein is set forth the ignorance and blindness of the Quakers doctrine of Christ within them; and that they cannot, nor doth not know the true meaning of the Scriptures, neither have they the gift of interpretation of Scripture. As will appear in those several heads set down in the next page following. / Written by Lodowick Muggleton ... Muggleton, Lodowick, 1609-1698. 1667 (1667) Wing M3046; ESTC R10137 83,636 106 View Text
A01252 The comforter: or A comfortable treatise wherein are contained many reaso[n]s taken out of the word, to assure the forgiunes of sinnes to the conscience that is troubled with the feeling thereof. Together with the temptations of Sathan to the contrarie, taken from experience: written by Iohn Freeman sometime minister of the word, in Lewes in Sussex. Freeman, John, fl. 1611. 1606 (1606) STC 11368; ESTC S113774 85,859 215 View Text
A28819 An antidote against swearing to which is annexed an appendix concerning an assertory and promissory oath in reference to the stature of the two now flourishing sister universities : also a short catalogue of some remarkable judgments from God upon blasphemers, &c. / by R. Boreman ... R. B. (Robert Boreman), d. 1675. 1662 (1662) Wing B3755; ESTC R18222 86,033 206 View Text
A73348 [The principal points which are at this daye in controuersie, concerning the holly supper and of the masse.] Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571.; Shoute, J. 1579 (1579) STC 24782; ESTC S125565 86,955 173 View Text
A33370 A paradisical dialogue betwixt faith and reason disputing the high mysterious secrets of eternity, the like never extant in our revelation. As touching God in eternity, how he became time in flesh, and how he dyed in the grave, and ascended to his glory again. Also what the angels are in form and nature, and how the angel became a devil, and that devil man; and that this world was prepared for the devil, so this the devils kingdom; and what the soul is, with the place of its glory and torment. With a brief narration what a commission is, and how many commissions there are; what the difference of their worships, and how that the law was given to the devil; with a brief discourse on the catechism, the Lords Prayer, and the creeds; as also, a divine prospect to the elect of the Lord. Written by Law. Claxton, the onely true bishop and faithful messenger of Christ Jesus, creator of heaven and earth. Claxton, Laurence, 1615-1667. 1660 (1660) Wing C4581; ESTC R215220 88,691 122 View Text
A09462 Satans sophistrie ansuuered by our Sauiour Christ and in diuers sermons further manifested / by that worthy man Maister William Perkins ; to which is added, a comfort for the feeble minded, wherein is set downe the temptations of a Christian. Perkins, William, 1558-1602. 1604 (1604) STC 19747.7; ESTC S4051 89,009 206 View Text
A64359 A friendly debate between a Roman Catholick and a Protestant concerning the doctrine of transubstantiation wherein the said doctrine is utterly confuted, and Antichrist is clearly and fully described, and his inevitable destruction predicted : with a challenge to all the Romish doctors that preach and teach the said doctrine, to answer it. Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715. 1688 (1688) Wing T698; ESTC R38802 90,615 48 View Text
A19407 The triall of vvitch-craft shewing the true and right methode of the discouery: with a confutation of erroneous wayes. By Iohn Cotta, Doctor in Physicke. Cotta, John, 1575?-1650? 1616 (1616) STC 5836; ESTC S108830 92,097 138 View Text
A20358 A discription of what God hath predestinated concerning man in his [brace] creation, transgression, & regeneration : as also an answere to Iohn Robinson, touching baptisme. Murton, John. 1620 (1620) STC 6773; ESTC S768 92,942 190 View Text
A61799 A consultation about religion, or, What religion is best to be chosen with an appendix upon this question, whether every one may be saved in his own religion / translated out of Latin in which it was written by an eminent professor of divinity. Lechmere, Edmund, d. 1640? 1693 (1693) Wing S5928A; ESTC R27505 93,395 238 View Text
A20531 Anwick his meditations vpon Gods monarchie and the deuill his kingdome And of the knowledge that man in this life may obtaine of the almightie, eternal, and most glorious godhed: with other thinges not only worth the reading but also the marking and the retayning. Anwick, I. 1587 (1587) STC 694; ESTC S108317 93,450 132 View Text
A07210 The nevv art of lying couered by Iesuites vnder the vaile of equiuocation, discouered and disproued by Henry Mason. Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647.; Goad, Thomas, 1576-1638.; Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. 1624 (1624) STC 17610; ESTC S112437 93,492 129 View Text
A85129 Antichrists man of vvar, apprehended, and encountred withal, by a souldier of the armie of the Lamb. Otherwise, an answer to a book set forth by one that subscribes his name Edmund Skipp, preacher of the Gospel (as he saith) to a people at Bodenham in Herefordshire; but is found one that is acting Antichrists part disguised: but nakedly seen, & herein discovered in this answer to his book, called the Worlds wonder, or the Quakers blazing-starre. And in this answer he is discovered, and proved to be one that is chief in the service of the old dragon: who pretends in his book to discover the mystery of the Quakers, as he calls them, and to lay open a dangerous design: who is found out, that whilst he hath been pretending to be chief in discovering a plot, or Antichrists misterious actings, is found himself to be the chief plotter, ... / Written in Worcestershire by a servant of the Lord, the second moneth called April, 1655. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666.; Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. 1655 (1655) Wing F470; Thomason E843_9; ESTC R202123 95,493 95 View Text
A37132 Mount Sion, or, A draught of that church which shall never be destroyed together with a map of that world which shall be broken to pieces and consumed / by William Dyer ... Dyer, William, d. 1696. 1689 (1689) Wing D2948; ESTC R18147 97,155 209 View Text
A84830 Truth's defence against the refined subtilty of the serpent held forth in divers answers to severall queries made by men (called ministers) in the North. Given forth by the light and power of God appearing in George Fox and Richard Hubberthorn Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1653 (1653) Wing F1970; Thomason E724_12; ESTC R207270 97,279 111 View Text
A19466 A confutacion of that treatise, which one Iohn Standish made agaynst the protestacion of D. Barnes in the yeare. M.D.XL. Wherin, the holy scriptures (peruerted and wrested in his sayd treatise) are restored to their owne true vnderstonding agayne by Myles Couerdale. Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568. 1541 (1541) STC 5888; ESTC S109263 97,433 206 View Text
A26982 Richard Baxter's penitent confession and his necessary vindication in answer to a book called The second part of the mischiefs of separation, written by an unnamed author with a preface to Mr. Cantianus D. Minimis, in answer to his letter which extorted this publication.; Penitent confession and his necessary vindication in answer to a book called The second part of the mischiefs of separation. 1691 Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.; Minimis, Cantianus D. 1691 (1691) Wing B1341; ESTC R13470 98,267 107 View Text
A77323 The distressed merchant. And the prisoners comfort in distresse. When he was a prisoner in London, in chap. 49. the reader may take notice of, I. His observations of many passages in prison, during his being there. II. The severall humours and carriages of his fellow prisoners. III. His advice to them, and to some of his and their kin, and unkind friends. IV. Gods singular care and providence over all distressed prisoners, that put their trust in him in all afflictions. / Written by William Bagwell merchant.; Merchant distressed W. B. (William Bagwell), b. 1593? 1645 (1645) Wing B437; Thomason E265_1; ESTC R212434 98,537 136 View Text
A05358 An excellent and learned treatise of apostasie made by the most reuerend and godly learned man M. Iohn de l'Espine minister of the word of God in the churche of Angers in the dukedome of Anjou. Directed against the apostates in the churches of France. Written first in the French tongue by the author him selfe, and now faithfully translated into English. The contentes of the booke appeare in the page following; Traité de l'apostasie. English. L'Espine, Jean de, ca. 1506-1597. 1587 (1587) STC 15511A; ESTC S106904 98,822 213 View Text
A28247 A treatise concerning election & reprobation and the things appertaining thereunto ... / written in the fear and at the movings of the Lord, by his servant Geo. Bishop. Bishop, George, d. 1668. 1663 (1663) Wing B3011A; ESTC R31592 99,746 201 View Text
A54155 Judas and the Jews combined against Christ and his followers being a re-joynder to the late nameless reply, called, Tyranny and hypocrisie detected, made against a book, entituled The spirit of Alexander the Coppersmith rebuked, &c. which was an answer to a pamphlet, called, The spirit of the hat, in which truth is cleared from scandals, and the Church of Christ, in her faith, doctrine, and just power and authority in discipline is clearly and fully vindicated against the malicious endeavours of a confederacy of some envious professors and vagabond, apostate Quakers / by ... William Penn ; to which are added several testimonies of persons concern'd. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1673 (1673) Wing P1307; ESTC R23117 100,153 131 View Text