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A33882 A letter from Mr. Stephen Colledge to a person of quality upon his removal to Oxford to be try'd upon an impeachment of high treason. Colledge, Stephen, 1635?-1681. 1681 (1681) Wing C5224; ESTC R33355 1,375 2 View Text
A27080 The causes of God's vvrath against England, and a faithfull warning from the Lord to speedy repentance, fore-told by, and delivered in, a letter to the King, dated the 4th of the 7th month, 1663 by Charles Bayley ... Bayley, Charles, 17th cent. 1665 (1665) Wing B1472; ESTC R11540 3,433 8 View Text
A61899 A true declaration of our innocency who in scorn are called Quakers and how we are clear (if we have justice) from the penalties of the late act made against seditious meetings and conventicles as exprest in the preamble and reason of the said Act, &c. by J.S. Stubbs, John, 1618?-1674. 1670 (1670) Wing S6071; ESTC R32738 3,734 8 View Text
A38439 Englands tears and lamentation for her lost friend peace, and her comfort for the continuance of trvth, or, Truth and peace justly pleaded for, and truly petitioned for by him that is neither factious nor self-affected, but onely desires the prosperity of his country : and that peace and the gospel may be joyned together, without which we shall never expect to live in unity. 1642 (1642) Wing E3056; ESTC R40558 4,499 8 View Text
B23182 This is for you who are called the Comon-vvealths-men [sic] both in the Army and Parliament to read. Wherein are many plain and true things declared unto you (which are suitable to your present estate and condition) that that [sic] ye may consider them in the same that they are sent unto you in, which is in truth, and in sincerity, and singlenesse and uprightnesse of heart, in that love which thinks no evil, even in obedience unto the spirit of the Lord, which also saith, try all things, and hold fast that which is good. / Given forth by George Fox the younger. Fox, George, d. 1661. 1659 (1659) Wing F2011; Interim Tract Supplement Guide 855.f.3[52]; ESTC R229352 4,516 8 View Text
A30503 An explanation of the drayning workes which have beene lately made for the Kings Maiestie in Cambridge shire by the direction of Sir Cornelius Virmuden wherein is discovered how the said Sir Cornelius hath abused the Kings Maiestie and many of his loving subjects / written by Andrewes Burrell. Burrell, Andrewes. 1641 (1641) Wing B5972; ESTC R27138 4,949 15 View Text
A40155 A Declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God called Quakers against all sedition, plotters & fighters in the world, for the removing of the ground of jealousie and suspition from both magistrates and people in the kingdome concerning wars and fightings. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1684 (1684) Wing F1788; ESTC R36480 5,319 8 View Text
A32213 A declaration by the Kings Majesty, to his subjects of the Kingdomes of Scotland, England, and Ireland England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) 1650 (1650) Wing C2959; ESTC R15465 5,568 17 View Text
A51570 A cry, a cry a sensible cry for many months together hath been in my heart for the Quakers return out of that Egyptian darkness they have long lain in, to the grief of the souls of the righteous, and those that truly loved them. Mudd, Ann. 1678 (1678) Wing M3037; ESTC R32095 5,893 7 View Text
A57313 To the whole flock of God everywhere, the church of the first-born written in heaven, and to every member thereof, whose redeemer is the holy one of Israel grace, mercy, peace, truth and love from the God of peace and love be multiplied amongst you, and to you all, amen. Rigge, Ambrose, 1634-1704. 1660 (1660) Wing R1497; ESTC R40630 6,660 9 View Text
A04977 An helpe for yong people, preparing them for the worthy receiving of the Lords Supper. By W.L. B.D. [W.L., B.D.]. 1640 (1640) STC 15114; ESTC S109302 6,895 25 View Text
A55996 A call in the universal spirit of Christ Jesus to all the wicked and impenitent sinners in the world, but more especially to the inhabitants of England, with the city of London, that they all may repent and turn to God, with all their hearts, before his wrath be more kindled, and his future judgements more appear to punish the inhabitants of the earth for their manifold horrible sins and transgressions : this came upon me to write, at the apprehension I had of that sudden fear which many people were suprised with, at the late earthquake, of what would befall them / [by] J.P. Parke, James, 1636-1696. 1692 (1692) Wing P366; ESTC R32315 7,878 11 View Text
A40937 A loving salutation with several seasonable exhortations contained in two general epistles sent unto all the saints and persecuted people of God in the houshold [sic] of faith to be red [sic] among them before they be banished as bond-men and bond-women out of the land of their nativity for their religion and righteousness sake. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666.; Salthouse, Thomas, 1630-1691. 1665 (1665) Wing F491; ESTC R16033 8,192 14 View Text
A27396 God only exalted in his own work, or, The works of God praiseth him in Sion, or, A song of deliverance from a great and sore captivity, thraldome, and bondage, under the King of Egyptian Darknesse ... witnessed unto and experienced in that vessel, whole earthly tabernacle bears the name of William Bennit ... Bennit, William, d. 1684. 1664 (1664) Wing B1892; ESTC R11102 8,395 14 View Text
A26108 A sermon preached at Westminster-Abby by Thomas Aston, M.A. Aston, Thomas, b. 1649 or 50. 1691 (1691) Wing A4082; ESTC R29126 8,551 26 View Text
A65889 This is an epistle for the remnant of Friends, and chosen of God whom he hath yet preserved to bear their testimony in and about the city of London, to whom, this is a testimony of the dear love, and tender care which flowes forth, and is extended towards them, and all tender hearts who are concerned in the like sufferings, temptaons [sic], and tryals / from their faithful friend and servant in the Lord, G. Whithead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1665 (1665) Wing W1963; ESTC R20330 8,939 18 View Text
A43200 A seasonable vvord, or, A plain and tender-hearted epistle to all sincere hearts in Parliament, Army and countrey, who have any willing, though weak desires to glorifie their Heavenly Father in their holy conversations : wherein is briefly urged, that Gods doing calls for the saints duties, experience of divine love requiring Christians seriously to eye it, and in their hearts and lives to act in a suitableness to it by Thomas Hearne, a friend to the truth. Hearne, Thomas. 1650 (1650) Wing H1309A; ESTC R10367 8,963 14 View Text
A28617 A testimony in that which separates between the pretious [sic] and the vile and is for the friends and brethren who love the Lord Lesus [sic] Christ in sincerity and truth. Bolton, John, 1599-1679.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1677 (1677) Wing B3510; ESTC R29046 10,164 14 View Text
A39303 An epistle to friedns [sic] by Thomas Ellwood. Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713. 1681 (1681) Wing E619; ESTC R37790 10,254 11 View Text
A77287 True excellency of God and his testimonies, and our nationall lawes against titular excellency. Or, A letter to the General his excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, with a complaint and charg against tyrannicall Whitchcock the Governour of Winsor for arbitrarily, designingly and maliciously walking contrary to the Scriptures of God, and the laws and liberties of the people. / From Captain VVilliam Bray at his un-Christian indurance there. Bray, William, 17th cent. 1649 (1649) Wing B4315; Thomason E571_32; ESTC R206130 11,419 8 View Text
A56996 The Remonstrance of the suffering people called Quakers clearing their innocency from the many false aspersions, slanders and suggestions, which are lately come abroad in the nation causlesly [sic] upon them. 1665 (1665) Wing R1016; ESTC R4321 11,537 18 View Text
A82697 A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. In answer to His Majesties declaration, intituled His Majesties declaration to all his loving subjects, after his late victory against the rebels, on Sunday the 23 of October, 1642. Together, with a catalogue of the names of divers of the colonels, lievtenant-colonells, serjeant majors, captains, and lievtenants, that are papists and commanders in the army, under the command of the Earle of Nevv-Castle. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that this declaration be forthwith printed and published. Hen. Elsyng. Cler. Parl. Dom. Com. England and Wales. Parliament. 1642 (1642) Wing E1442; Thomason E244_23; ESTC R212569 12,288 15 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
A70044 Peace, the end of the perfect and upright demonstrated and usefully improved in a sermon preached upon the occasion of the death and decease of that piously affected and truely religious matron, Mrs. Anne Mason ... / by Mr. James Fitch ... Fitch, James, 1622-1702. 1672 (1672) Wing F1066; ESTC R35676 13,029 16 View Text
A03640 A sermon preached before the queenes maiestie at Hampton Court, on Sunday the 16. day of October: By I. Hopkins, one of his maiesties chaplaines in ordinarie Hopkins, John, fl. 1604-1609. 1609 (1609) STC 13768; ESTC S114087 13,139 44 View Text
A77296 A treatise of the high rebellion of man against God in blasphemy: shewing what it is according to God in the law. And proving, that men not knowing the sin, come daily to commit it, without the sense thereof. With an examination of an ordinance made by the Lords, and the Act made by the late Parliament against the same. Written by an unworthy witness of the name and soveraignty of the Jehovah elohims, John Brayne. Brayne, John. 1654 (1654) Wing B4333; Thomason E725_22; ESTC R206776 13,332 15 View Text
A57938 Joshua's resolution to serve the Lord Containing the resolution of every true Christian, fully and wholly to cleave unto the Lord, and to dedicate himself to the Lord and his service. Wherein is shewed, what the resolution of a Christian is. And the reasons of the necessity of this resolution with a word of exhortation both to private, and family worship. To which is added, a prayer for a family. By Robert Russel in Sussex. Licensed according to order. Russel, Robert, fl. 1692. 1694 (1694) Wing R2347F; ESTC R221582 13,384 27 View Text
A50490 The pastors valediction, or, A farewell sermon preached at Sepulchres, London / by Mr. Matthew Meade. Mead, Matthew, 1630?-1699. 1662 (1662) Wing M1556; ESTC R9094 15,072 30 View Text
A31658 A seasonable word and call to all those called ranters or libertines through-out the three nations, to come into the true faith and pure fear of the Lord ... written ... by John Chandler ... Chandler, John, 17th cent. 1659 (1659) Wing C1928; ESTC R19405 15,876 20 View Text
A54114 A call to Christendom in an earnest expostulation with her to prepare for the great and notable day of the Lord, that is at the door / by William Penn. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1694 (1694) Wing P1261; ESTC R31759 17,069 48 View Text
A81406 A true prophecie of the mighty day of the Lord Which is coming, and is appeared in the north of England, and is rising toward the south; and shall overspread this nation and all the nations of the world. Wherein the Lord is redeeming Sion forth of her long inthral'd captivity in Babylons kingdom, where she hath been scattered in the cloudy and dark day, into forms and observations, and there kept by the priests, and teachers of the world, who ranne when God never sent them. Now is the Lord appearing in this day of his might power, to gather his elect together, out of all forms observations, kinreds, tongues, and nations; ... A word from the Lord to all the inhabitants of England, rulers, priests and people, to haste to meet the Lord with speedy repentance, and turning within, to harken diligently to his counsel, ... From the spirit of the Lord, written by one whose name in the flesh is William Dewsbury, called Quaker with the people of the world, who live in their perishing nature.; True prophecy of the mighty day of the Lord Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. 1655 (1655) Wing D1280; ESTC R227066 17,446 17 View Text
A29117 Elijah's epitaph and the motto of all mortalls in the other reason in the text, perswading him into a willingness to dye, in these words, I am no better then [sic] my fathers, I Kin. 19, 4 / by Thomas Bradley, D.D. one of His Late Majesties chaplains and præbendary of York, and preach't in the minster there, and in his rectory of Ackworth, 1669, Ætatis suæ, 72. Bradley, Thomas, 1597-1670. 1670 (1670) Wing B4131; ESTC R34264 17,583 51 View Text
A59274 A sermon preached in a congregation in the city of Exon on the thanks-giving day, Thursday, April 16, 1696 / by a minister of the Gospel. Minister of the Gospel. 1696 (1696) Wing S2638; ESTC R35167 18,147 32 View Text
A33249 A second defense of the present government under K. William and Q. Mary delivered in a sermon preached October the 6th 1689 at St. Swithin's in Worcester ... by R. Claridge. Claridge, Richard, 1649-1723. 1689 (1689) Wing C4435; ESTC R37670 18,377 36 View Text
A62896 An awakening voice to the Papists declaring to them the fallen state of the Pope from Peter's, and of the Church of Rome from what it once was : in love to the souls of those who have any uprightness in their hearts towards the Lord (but through ignorance are held in bondage) that they may be awaked, and see where they lie, and if any shall smother these things, lest they should come to the sight or knowledge of that people, let them take heed, that they bring not upon themselves the guilt of their blood / William Tomlinson. Tomlinson, William. 1673 (1673) Wing T1845; ESTC R10231 20,715 28 View Text
A82540 The answer of the Parliament of England, to a paper, entituled, a declaration by the Kings Majesty, to his subjects of the kingdoms of Scotland, England and Ireland. Printed at Edinburgh, 1650. Whereunto is annexed, copies of four letters to the King of Scotland, which were found in the Lord Loudouns cabinet. Die Veneris, 20 Septem. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that this answer and letters be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti. England and Wales. Parliament.; Loudoun, John Campbell, Earl of, 1598-1663. 1650 (1650) Wing E1227; Thomason E613_2; ESTC R206510 21,416 40 View Text
A48409 The life & death, travels and sufferings of Robert VVidders of Kellet in Lancashire who was one of the Lords worthies together with several testimonies of his neighbors and friends concerning him. 1688 (1688) Wing L2019; ESTC R30948 21,820 30 View Text
A62883 A brief testimony to the great duty of prayer shewing the nature and benefit thereof. To which is added, above one hundred eminent and select instances that God did answer prayer. Collected out of the record of Holy Scriptures. By J.T. one of the people call'd Quakers. With a postscript by J.F. Tomkins, John, ca. 1663-1706.; Field, John, 1652-1723. Earnest perswasive, by way of postscript, for all to mind and receive God's Holy Spirit in their hearts. 1695 (1695) Wing T1831; ESTC R222215 22,136 114 View Text
A09046 Contemplative pictures with wholesome precepts. The first part: Of God. Of the diuell. Of goodnesse. Of badnesse. Of heauen: and of hell. By Richard Bernard. Bernard, Richard, 1568-1641. 1610 (1610) STC 1934; ESTC S113785 22,316 156 View Text
A30538 A returne to the ministers of London by way of answer to their seasonable exhortations, (so called) directed to their congregations : with sober reproof sent unto them, because of their secret smitings against the despised people called Quakers, whom they have secretly reproached in their said exhortation ... / by E.B. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing B6021; ESTC R22000 22,747 32 View Text
A64967 The perfect man described in his life and end In a funeral discourse upon Psalm XXXVII. 37. Occasioned by the death of that pattern of uprightness Mr. Edward Lawrence. By Nathanael Vincent, M.A. minister of the Gospel. Whereunto are added some passages out of two letters, written by two excellent ministers concerning Mr. Lawrence; who were well acquainted with him, and with the worth of him. Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. 1696 (1696) Wing V416; ESTC R218124 22,953 36 View Text
A42468 The churche[s] publick order argued and opened by a second confere[nce] betweene Silvanus and Himeneu[s] ... wherein the ordinances of the Church of Engla[nd for] Gods publick worship are proved to beagreeable to Gods sacred word / by L.G. [i.e. I.G.], a continuall friend and lover ofthe tr[uth]. J. G. 1643 (1643) Wing G33; ESTC R42041 23,389 47 View Text
A12205 Tvvo sermons vpon the first words of Christs last sermon Iohn XIIII. I. Being also the last sermons of Richard Sibbs D.D. Preached to the honourable society of Grayes Inne, Iune the 21. and 28. 1635. Who the next Lords day follwing, died, and rested from all his labours Sibbes, Richard, 1577-1635.; Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680.; Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672. 1636 (1636) STC 22515; ESTC S102407 24,191 77 View Text
A62698 Tam quam, or, A attaint brought in the supream court of the King of kings, upon the statutes, Exod. 20. 7, 16 and Levit. 19. 12 against those modern jurors, who have found any indictments upon the statutes of 23 Eliz., 29 Eliz., or 3 Jacobi, against Protestants, for monthly absence from church, without any confession of the parties, or oath of witness against them, or made any presentments of them : contrary to the express letter of their oaths taken in a Court of Judgment, the course of the law of England, or any right reason : wherein is discoursed, whether any Protetant be concerned in that part of those laws? : the contrary is proved : as also whether a grand-jury's finding and indictment, be any evidence to a petit-jury? : the absurdness, and most pernicious consequents of which are detected, and the vengeance of God agaisnt false-swearing is declared / by one who prosecutes, as well for his sovereign lord the King of kings, as for the lives, liberties, and properties of all the subjects of England. One who persecutes as well for his sovereign lord the King of kings as for the lives, liberties, and properties of all the subjects of England. 1683 (1683) Wing T133; ESTC R17 24,452 40 View Text
A36528 The proviso or condition of the promises, the strait, but the straight-way that leadeth unto happiness being the substance of two sermons preached at Wilton, March the first, 1656, upon 2 Cor. 7. 1. : now published at the request of some of the parishioners and auditors then present / by Tho. Drayton ... Drayton, Thomas, d. 1658? 1657 (1657) Wing D2148; ESTC R11014 24,534 69 View Text
A46794 The Christian tutor, or, A free and rational discourse of the sovereign good and happiness of man, and the infallible way of attaining it, especially in the practice of Christian religion written in a letter of advice to Mr. James King in the East-Indies / by Henry Jenkes ... ; and now published for the benefit of all others. Jenkes, Henry, d. 1697.; King, James. 1683 (1683) Wing J628; ESTC R1916 24,940 82 View Text
A41425 A plain testimony to the antient truth and work of God and against the corruption of the clergy, and their upholders. By T. G. Goodaire, Thomas, d. 1693. 1691 (1691) Wing G1088; ESTC R218842 26,567 31 View Text
A27351 The legacy of a dying mother to her mourning children being the experiences of Mrs. Susanna Bell, who died March 13, 1672 : with an epistle dedicatory by Thomas Brooks ... Bell, Susanna, d. 1672.; Brooks, Thomas, 1608-1680. 1673 (1673) Wing B1801; ESTC R4336 27,041 66 View Text
A96278 Englands Iliads in a nut-shell. Or, A briefe chronologie of the battails, sieges, conflicts, and other most remarkable passages from the beginning of this rebellion, to the 25. of March, 1645. Wharton, George, Sir, 1596-1672. 1645 (1645) Wing W1544; Thomason E1182_3; ESTC R208159 28,009 48 View Text
A09035 The end of the perfect man A sermon preached at the buriall of the right Honourable Sir Robert Spencer Knight Baron Spencer of Wormeleighton, Novemb. 6. 1627. in Braynton Church in Northamptonshire, by Richard Parre Bachelour in Divinity, and late fellow of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford, now rector of Ladbrook in Warwickshire. Parr, Richard, 1591 or 2-1644. 1628 (1628) STC 19323; ESTC S114075 28,531 44 View Text
A09489 Certaine short prayers and meditations vpon the Lords prayer and the Ten commandements With other particular prayers for seuerall purposes. Written by the right worshipfull Sir Iames Perrott Knight.; Certaine short prayers and meditations upon the Lords prayer and the Ten commandments. Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637. 1630 (1630) STC 19772; ESTC S106420 28,622 238 View Text
A72208 A fruitful and Godly sermon containing necessary and profitable doctrine, for the reformation of our sinfull and wicked liues, but especially for the comfort of a troubled conscience in all distresses. By M. Richard Greenham pastor of Drayton. Greenham, Richard. 1595 (1595) STC 12319; ESTC S124961 28,758 90 View Text
A05350 A warning for Israel in a sermon preached at Christ-Church, in Dublin, the 30. of October, 1625. By Henry Leslie, one of his Majesties chaplaines in ordinary. Leslie, Henry, 1580-1661. 1625 (1625) STC 15502; ESTC S102370 30,258 50 View Text
B12254 Phōsphoros or A most heauenly and fruitfull sermon, preached the sixt of August. 1615 At the translation of the right Reuerend Father in God, the Archbishop of St. Andrewes to the sea thereof. By Mr. William Covvper B. of Galloway. Cowper, William, 1568-1619. 1616 (1616) STC 5932; ESTC S114580 30,693 94 View Text
A65831 Piety promoted by faithfulness manifested by several testimonies concerning that true servant of God Ann Whitehead. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1686 (1686) Wing W1885; ESTC R19754 32,467 126 View Text
A55810 A sermon preached at St. Maries Spittle, on Wednesday in Easter weeke Aprill 13th, 1642 before the Right Honovrable the Lord Maior, the aldermen and sherifs of this famous city of London / by William Price... Price, William, 1597-1646. 1642 (1642) Wing P3402; ESTC R18549 33,074 54 View Text
A61699 New-Englands true interest not to lie, or, A treatise declaring from the word of truth the terms on which we stand, and the tenure by which we hold our hitherto-continued precious and pleasant things shewing what the blessing God expecteth from his people, and what they may rationally look for from him / delivered in a sermon preached in Boston in New-England, April 29, 1668, being the day of election there, by Mr. W. Stoughton ... Stoughton, William, 1632-1701. 1670 (1670) Wing S5765; ESTC R9808 34,209 43 View Text
A89564 A divine project to save a kingdome: Opened in a sermon to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior and court of aldermen, of the citie of London, at their anniversary meeting on Easter Munday, Apr. 22. 1644. at Christ-Church. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods word at Finchingfield in Essex. Imprimatur, Charles Herle. Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. 1644 (1644) Wing M752; Thomason E47_31; ESTC R20669 34,916 50 View Text
A51398 Some collections of scripture, with private mediations as an help in prayer, with some hymns and psalms of David. Cum humilitatis reverentia. By G. M. G. M., fl. 1695. 1695 (1695) Wing M27B; ESTC R219297 36,037 92 View Text
A85659 Nehemiah's teares and prayers for Judah's affliction, and the ruines and repaire of Jerusalem. Delivered in a sermon in the Church of Magarets Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons upon the day of their monethly humiliation, April 24. 1644. By John Greene Master of Arts, late pastour of Pencomb in the countie of Hereford. Greene, John, Master of Arts. 1644 (1644) Wing G1822; Thomason E48_7; ESTC R14498 37,819 46 View Text
A88110 Officium eucharisticum A preparatory service, to a devout and worthy reception of the Lords supper. Designed for a person of quality; and now made publick for common use. Lake, Edward, 1641-1704. 1673 (1673) Wing L188A; ESTC R227279 38,025 95 View Text
A39928 An epistle to the Church of Christ in Chippin-Norton as also certaine scripture rules which Iesus Christ hath given to His churches to walke by, which are approved of and consented unto, by all the members of the said chvrch : published for their use and benefit, and for the satisfaction of such persons as desire to know the principles, and practices of the church aforesaid / by Stephen Ford ... Ford, Stephen, d. 1694. 1657 (1657) Wing F1507; ESTC R6260 38,085 48 View Text
B01135 The true Israelite, or, The sincere Christian distinguished from the hypocrite. By Master William Andrewes, late minister of the word of God. Andrewes, William, minister of the word of God. 1638 (1638) STC 630.5; ESTC S124182 38,395 238 View Text
A02121 Greenes vision vvritten at the instant of his death. Conteyning a penitent passion for the folly of his pen. Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592. 1592 (1592) STC 12261; ESTC S105824 38,847 64 View Text
A94746 Innovations of popery in the Church of Rome, calling for repentance and reformation; being as a wall of separation between Christians and Christians. : Wherein is shewed, that the mystery of iniquity, Sodom and Egypt spiritual ... are all founded in innovations. : Given forth partly to stir up our thankfulness to God for his former mercies to this nation ... / By one that loves all that fear the Lord ... W.T. Tomlinson, William. 1689 (1689) Wing T1848; ESTC R185373 39,994 146 View Text
A82301 The English Catholike Christian, or, The saints utopia: by Thomas de Eschallers de la More, an unprofitable servant of Jesus Christ: of Graies-Inne barrister, and minister of the Gospel of eternall salvation. In the yeer of grace and truth, 1640. A treatise consisting of four sections. 1 Josuah's resolution. 2 Of the common law. 3 Of physick. 4 Of divinity. More, Thomas, d. 1685. 1649 (1649) Wing D884; Thomason E556_21; ESTC R205814 40,520 48 View Text
A32047 The noble-mans patterne of true and reall thankfulnesse presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords, at their late solemne day of Thanksgiving, June 15, 1643 : for the discovery of a dangerous, desperate and bloody designe tending to the utter subversion of the Parliament and of the famous city of London / by Edmund Calamy ... Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. 1643 (1643) Wing C260; ESTC R20268 43,210 65 View Text
A44613 The sufficiency of the spirits teaching without humane learning a treatise tending to prove humane learning to be no help to the spirituall understanding of the word of God ... / by Samuel How. How, Samuel.; Kiffin, William, 1616-1701. 1655 (1655) Wing H2952; ESTC R24385 44,603 49 View Text
A11461 Of romanizing recusants, and dissembling Catholicks. A counter-maund of a counterfeit embassage. Or, An answer to the posthume pamphlet of Ralfe Buckland sometime a popish priest secretly printed and published after his death about a yeere a goe. Sanderson, Thomas, 1560 or 61-1614. 1611 (1611) STC 21711; ESTC S114100 46,568 117 View Text
A53750 A true and lively representation of popery shewing that popery is only new-modell'd paganism, and perfectly destructive of the great ends and purposes of God in the Gospel. Owen, Thankfull, 1620-1681. 1679 (1679) Wing O830; ESTC R18583 46,596 82 View Text
A50680 Forms of prayer for every day in the week, morning and evening composed for the use of private families / by John Meriton ... Meriton, John, 1636-1704. 1682 (1682) Wing M1818; ESTC R9947 47,765 211 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
A54195 The preface, being a summary account of the divers dispensations of God to men from the beginning of the world to that of our present age, by the ministry and testimony of his faithful servant George Fox, as an introduction to the ensuing journal. Penn, William, 1644-1718.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1694 (1694) Wing P1341; ESTC R220411 47,955 50 View Text
A73546 A discourse of the sinne against the Holy Ghost Grounded upon Matt. Chap. 12. vers. 22.-23. Tending to the comfort of such persons as, being afflicted in conscience for their sins, are, by the delusions of Satan, brought to the brinke of despaire, through feare that they have fallen into that unpardonable sinne. Written some space of time since, by that godly and judicious divine M. William Bradshaw, sometime fellow of Sydny Colledge in Cambridge; and publish'd by his sonne Iohn Bradshaw. Bradshaw, William, 1571-1618.; Bradshaw, John, 17th cent. 1640 (1640) STC 3515.5; Wing B4156; ESTC S91179 48,035 158 View Text
A61282 Four sermons preached upon solemne occasions I. The troubler of Israel. II. The righteous mans concern for the churches misery. Preached before the judges. III. Cæsars due honour, preached before the mayor and aldermen of Leicester, May 29. 1669. IV. Davids work and rest, preached before the election of the mayor. By Tho. Stanhope A.M. Vicar of St. Margarets in Leicester. Stanhope, Thomas. 1670 (1670) Wing S5233B; ESTC R221868 48,189 101 View Text
A92298 Rebellion strip't and whipt, through all its principles and pretences; from the first to the last. By way of appeale to the consciences of the City of London in particular, and the whole kingdom in generall. In the behalfe of his most sacred Majesty, and the Church now trampled on by traytors. Rexophilus Londinatus, Christianus protestans. 1648 (1648) Wing R595; Thomason E476_28; ESTC R203367 49,426 76 View Text
A49349 The loyall convenanter, or, Peace & truth revived being certaine seasonable considerations presented to the whole kingdome in generall, but more particularly intended for that famous and honourable city of London, and therein in a more peculiar manner all those citizens, as also all other persons whereoever, who have taken the Solemn league and covenant. Rexophilus Londinatus Christianus Protestans. 1648 (1648) Wing L3344; ESTC R25487 49,454 81 View Text
A74963 The Quaker quasht and his quarrel quelled: in an answer to a railing pamphlet written by Martin Mason of Lincoln. Intituled The boasting Baptist dismounted and the beast disarmed and sorely wounded without any carnal weapon. Whereutno is added eighteen several meditations usually received by the Quakers at their first enterance into that delusion. By Jonathan Johnson, a servant of Jesus Christ. Johnson, Jonathan, of Suffolk? 1659 (1659) Wing J784; Thomason E995_5; ESTC R207803 49,518 56 View Text
A86523 A briefe exposition of the Lords Prayer: wherein the meaning of the word is laid open to the understanding of weake Christians, and what the carriage of their hearts ought to be in preferring each petition. / By Mr. Tho. Hooker preacher of Gods word. Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. 1645 (1645) Wing H2642; Thomason E273_1; ESTC R212190 49,778 95 View Text
A78448 A word to Londons provinciall assembly. Or, a view of some passages in the ministers late vindication of their government. To which is added a vindication of the Covenant against all intruders and opposers. / By Nehemia Cent:. Cent, Nehemiah. 1649 (1649) Wing C1670; Thomason E586_1; ESTC R206271 50,385 55 View Text
A54107 A brief account of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers in which their fundamental principle, doctrines, worship, ministry and discipline are plainly declared to prevent the mistakes and perversions that ignorance and prejudice may make to abuse the credulous : with a summary relation of the former dispensations of God in the world by way of introduction / by W. Penn. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1694 (1694) Wing P1257; ESTC R30091 50,798 131 View Text
A52107 Go in peace. Containing some brief directions for young ministers, in their visitation of the sick Useful for the people, in their state both of health, and sickness. Martin, John. 1674 (1674) Wing M840; ESTC R223744 53,016 177 View Text
A51266 The grand inquiry who is the righteous man: or, The character of a true beleever in his approaches towards heaven. Whereunto is added The resolution of a case of separation betwixt man and wife, propounded to the author by a party much concerned. By William Moore rector at Whalley in Lancashire. Moore, William, rector of Whalley, Lancashire. 1658 (1658) Wing M2612; ESTC R214225 54,012 181 View Text
A01139 The groanes of the spirit, or the triall of the truth of prayer Foxle, George. 1639 (1639) STC 11250.3; ESTC S114872 54,217 260 View Text
A90968 The pulpit incendiary: or, The divinity and devotion of Mr. Calamy, Mr. Case, Mr. Cauton, Mr. Cranford, and other Sion-Colledge preachers in their morning-exercises, with the keen and angry application thereof unto the Parliament and Army. Together with a true vindication of the Covenant from the false glosses put upon it, and a plain indication of Covenant-breakers. Published according to order. Price, John, Citizen of London. 1648 (1648) Wing P3346; Thomason E438_10; ESTC R203205 55,372 67 View Text
A09299 A treatise vvherein is manifestlie proued, that reformation and those that sincerely fauor the same, are vnjustly charged to be enemies, vnto hir Maiestie, and the state Written both for the clearing of those that stande in that cause: and the stopping of the sclaunderous mouthes of all the enemies thereof. Penry, John, 1559-1593. 1590 (1590) STC 19612; ESTC S121983 58,104 90 View Text
A61652 A scriptural catechism useful for all sorts of persons, both sure as desired to teach their families and such as desire to learn the principles of the Christian religion out of the Holy Scriptures / by Owen Stockton ... Stockton, Owen, 1630-1680. 1672 (1672) Wing S5700; ESTC R34619 58,281 114 View Text
A44351 Heavens treasvry opened in a fruitfull exposition of the Lord's Prayer together with the principal grounds of Christian religion briefly unfolded / by Tho. Hooker. Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. 1645 (1645) Wing H2650; ESTC R32035 59,299 265 View Text
A48477 A dialogue between a minister and his parishioner concerning the Lord's Supper ... to which are annexed three several discourses, of love to God, to our neighbour, and to our very enemies / by J. Lambe ... Lambe, John, 1648 or 9-1708. 1690 (1690) Wing L217; ESTC R22514 60,357 190 View Text
A66073 Characters of a sincere heart and the comforts thereof collected out of the Word of God by Hen. Wilkinson. Wilkinson, Henry, 1616-1690. 1674 (1674) Wing W2229; ESTC R27587 61,872 145 View Text
A08219 An epistle sent vnto tuuo daughters of VVarwick from H.N., the oldest father of the Familie of Love ; with a refutation of the errors that are therein, by H.A. Ainsworth, Henry, 1571-1622?; Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580? Epistle sent unto two daughters of Warwick. 1608 (1608) STC 18553; ESTC S1318 62,756 66 View Text
A53702 An humble testimony unto the goodness and severity of God in his dealing with sinful churches and nations, or, The only way to deliver a sinful nation from utter ruine by impendent judgments, in a discourse on the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, Luk. 13, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 / by John Owen. Owen, John, 1616-1683. 1681 (1681) Wing O762; ESTC R17781 63,319 169 View Text
A12610 Supplications of saints A booke of prayers: diuided into three parts.1. Daniels deuotion. 2. Paul, and his company. 3. David alone. prayers for seuerall dayes. seueral occasions. seuerall parties. Wherein are three most excellent prayers made by the late famous Queene Elizabeth. Sorocold, Thomas, 1561-1617. 1612 (1612) STC 22932; ESTC S103008 63,457 409 View Text
A72993 A Romane centurion becomming a good souldier of Iesus Christ In foure sermons, preached in the cathedrall church, and in Saint Thomas Church at Sarum. By Bartholomevv Parsons, B.D. and rector of Ludgershall, in the county of Wiltes. Parsons, Bartholomew, 1574-1642. 1635 (1635) STC 19350.5; ESTC S124821 64,942 95 View Text
A36441 A phenix, or, The Solemn League and Covenant whereunto is annexed : 1. The form and manner of His Majesties coronation in Scotland, with a sermon then preached on that occasion, by Robert Douglas of Edenburgh, II. A declaration of the Kings Majesty to all his loving subjects of the Kingdoms of Scotland, &c. in the yeare 1650, III. The great danger of covenant-breaking, &c., being the substance of a sermon preached by Edm. Calamy, the 14 of Jan., 1645, before the then Lord Mayor of the city of London, Sir Tho. Adams : together with the shieriffs [sic], aldermen, and Common-Councell of the said city : being the day of their taking the Solemn League and Covenant at Michael Basenshaw, London. Douglas, Robert, 1594-1674.; Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. Great danger of covenant-breaking.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) 1662 (1662) Wing D2034; ESTC R5271 65,771 176 View Text
A45033 Jacobs ladder, or, The devout souls ascention to Heaven, in prayers, thanksgivings, and praises in four parts ... : with graces and thanksgivings : illustrated with sculptures / by Jo. Hall. Hall, John, d. 1707. 1676 (1676) Wing H351; ESTC R21612 67,888 258 View Text
A49542 Gods wonderful mercy in the mount of woful extremity. Or, the recovered captive Being a plain relation of Gods unspeakable goodness in rescuing one of the meanest of his flock from the paw of the roaring lyon, and pangs of unconceivable horror through long and strong temptations and spiritual desertions. Published 1. For the encouragement of poor distressed consciences, worried with temptations, and almost quite wearied with waiting. 2. For a caution to secure sinners, lest they also come into such or sorer torment. 3. For a call of all (in whose hearts are the ways of God) to bear a part in the high praises of him whose wonders are in the deep. By Charles Langford. Langford, Charles. 1672 (1672) Wing L384; ESTC R213608 68,281 168 View Text
B02276 The spouses hidden glory, and faithfull leaning upon her wellbeloved. Wherein is laid down the soules glory in Christ, and the way by which the soule comes to Christ. Delivered in two lecture sermons in St. Andrewes church in Norwich. / By Iohn Collings Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods word in Saviours parish in Norwich. Collinges, John, 1623-1690. 1646 (1646) Wing C5340A; ESTC R174086 70,368 91 View Text
A68281 Certayne reasons and arguments proving that it is not lawfull to heare or have any spirituall communion with the present ministerie of the Church of England. Johnson, Francis, 1562-1618. 1608 (1608) STC 14660; ESTC S103950 70,851 120 View Text
A09645 Paraphrase vpon the seaven pen[i]tentiall psalmes of [t]he kingly prophet tra[n]slated out of Italian by I.H.; Sette Salmi della penitentia di David. English. 1635 Aretino, Pietro, 1492-1556.; Hawkins, John, fl. 1635. 1635 (1635) STC 19910.5; ESTC S4824 70,947 262 View Text