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A42144 The case of Mr. John Griffith, Minister of the Gospel and now prisoner in Newgate being a true and impartial account of what he spake at the Sessions-house in the Old Bailey on the 18th of this instant April, 1683 before the Lord-Chief-Justice Saunders and three judges more, the Lord Mayor, recorder, and several aldermen of the city of London. Griffith, John, 1622?-1700. 1683 (1683) Wing G2000; ESTC R26762 2,226 2 View Text
A91547 The copy of a letter, sent from an unknowne hand to that reverend man, now with God, Mr. Herbert Palmer, a Member of the Assembly concerning the great abuse of oathes. The substance whereof was published to the Parliament by the said Mr. P. the 30. of September, 1646. viz. Concerning those oaths which are used in corporations, and many other societies. The customary irreligious taking of them making it become a nationall sin, & call's aloud for redresse, specially at this time now that the Parliament is upon a generall reformation. Published for a generall good, that men may take notice of this common abuse of oaths as of a nationall sinne. P. P. 1648 (1648) Wing P93; Thomason E449_18 4,903 8 View Text
A52664 The nations address to the committee of grievances in Parliament for the taking off the corporation oath in behalf of all cities, towns-corporate, aldermen, bayliffs, burgesses, as also sheriffs, lord lieutenants, and deputy lieutenants of counties, ministers, and all others concerned for the repealing those acts, which impose the oath folowing. England and Wales. Parliament. Committee of Grievances. 1689 (1689) Wing N235A; ESTC R636 5,730 2 View Text
A70287 A copy of a paper sent to John Otway, Justice of the Peace, concerning swearing Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1666 (1666) Wing H3155A; ESTC R21667 6,149 8 View Text
A86884 Comprehension promoted. Whether there be not as much reason, in regard to the ease of the most sober consciences, to take away the subscription in the Act of Uniformity, as well as the declaration of assent and consent? Humfrey, John, 1621-1719. 1704 (1704) Wing H3675; ESTC R178383 6,720 8 View Text
A31172 The Case of the people called Quakers, relating to oathes and swearing presented to the serious consideration of the King and both Houses of Parliament. 1673 (1673) Wing C1130; ESTC R18184 7,173 28 View Text
A44150 To all who desire satisfaction in the case of oathes shewing how far under the law it was lawful to swear, and how that in any case under the Gospel it is forbidden / by William Holgate. Holgate, William, fl. 1683-1686. 1683 (1683) Wing H2416; ESTC R10810 7,184 13 View Text
A70666 Innocency cleared the liberties and priviledges of Gods people for assembling together in his fear to wait upon him very calmly expostulated and their refusal of all oaths in meekness vindicated Mason, Martin, fl. 1650-1676. 1660 (1660) Wing M930; ESTC R3559 8,207 10 View Text
A93487 Some consideration about the nature of an oath more particularly relating to our nationall covenant. Seriously propounded to all who truely feare God, and desire so to walkd with him, that they may enjoy peace of conscience. Wherein this quærie is handled: whether the said nationall covenant hath those requisites in it, which according to Gods word ought to be in every oath. The consideration whereof is in this juncture of time the more seasonable, for the said covenant is on the one hand too much adored by some, and on the other hand by others esteemed scarce oblieging, even them who have sworn it. Imprimatur Theodore Jennings Septem. 17. 1649. 1649 (1649) Wing S4480; Thomason E575_11; ESTC R206328 9,315 15 View Text
A75445 An answer to the Solemne League & Covenant; presented to the publick view of all loyall subiects in England, Scotland, and Ireland; in the twelfth year of the reign of our most gracious sovereign Lord Charles by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. Published according to order. 1660 (1660) Wing A3448; Thomason E1045_3; ESTC R207947 9,622 16 View Text
A41285 A second speech of the Honovrable Nathanael Fiennes, second son to the right honourable the Lord Say, in the Commons House of Parliament touching the subjects liberty against the late canons and the new oath. Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669. 1641 (1641) Wing F878; ESTC R8459 10,471 24 View Text
A96082 Swearing denyed in the New Covenant and its pretended foundation rased. VVith the remnant of lies swept away. And the great and glorious name of Jesus highly exalted, above every name, to which powerful name, all swearers, and false swearers, and lyars, fighters, plotters, and persecutors, who are in the strife against the Son of God, must bow and submit, or be broken in pieces, for his wrath is kindled and his glittering sword is whet, to take vengeance of all those that will not have him to reign over them, in truth and righteousnesse, to the glory of God the Father. By Morgan Watkins. Watkins, Morgan, fl. 1653-1670. 1660 (1660) Wing W1069; ESTC R225425 11,352 15 View Text
A92868 The spirituall madman, or, A prophesie concerning, the King, the Parliament, London, the Army; of the admirable fulnesse, and compleatnesse, of the restauration, and satisfaction of all interests. / Written by VVilliam Sedgewick. Sedgwick, William, 1609 or 10-1669? 1648 (1648) Wing S2391; Thomason E477_9; ESTC R205532 11,474 16 View Text
A28610 The papists bloody oath of secrecy and letany of intercession for the carrying on of this present plot with the manner of taking the oath upon their entring into any grand conspiracy against the Protestants / as it was taken in the chappel belonging to Barmbow-Hall, the residence of Sir Thomas Gascoigne, from William Rushton, a popish priest, by me, Robert Bolron ; together with some further informations relating to the plot and murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey. Bolron, Robert, fl. 1674-1680. 1680 (1680) Wing B3502; ESTC R19392 11,513 24 View Text
A28611 The papists bloody oath of secrecy and letany of intercession for the carrying on of this present plot with the manner of taking the oath upon their entring into any grand conspiracy against the Protestants : as it was taken ... from William Rushton, a popish priest / by Robert Bolron. Together with some further informations relating to the plot and murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey. Bolron, Robert, fl. 1674-1680. 1681 (1681) Wing B3503; ESTC R24664 11,839 18 View Text
A66861 The rock of ages known, and foundation of many generations discovered after this long and dark night of apostacy, which shall never cover us again, because of the anointing, and though darkness may cover the nation, and gross darkness the people a little season, yet the Lord shall be unto his people and everlasting light, and their God their glory : also a prayer that the Lords people may be preserved to the end : also a few words to the King, and his council from the everlasting counsellor and Prince of Peace : also the Lords testimony against all persecutors of the innocent lambs of Christ, in whose light the nations of them that are saved must walk, and against all forms of worship whatsoever, taught by the precepts and commandments of men, which themselves are not led and guided by the spirit of the Lord : also a few words in answer to the last book of common-prayer / this is written in the fear of the Lord, and in the counsel of the everlasting counsellor, whose name is the Lord of Hosts, in Humphry Wolrich. Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707. 1661 (1661) Wing W3298; ESTC R15328 12,166 18 View Text
A87229 The great case of conscience opened: in the particular unfolding, and examination of those two difficult texts, in Mat. 5.33,34. and Jam. 5.12. about the lawfulness or unlawfulness of swearing: wherein the evidence of Scripture-light, as laid down in the Old and New Testament, in variety of cases and examples (not hitherto insisted on) are succinctly and clearly stated; and usefully accommodated & suited to the present state and condition of many suffering Christians. By Ieremiah Ives. Ives, Jeremiah, fl. 1653-1674. 1661 (1661) Wing I1099; Thomason E1082_2; ESTC R202611 12,526 16 View Text
A79863 Here is the swearers and they who swear falsly, and likewise they who compel men to swear, all tried by the law of the spirit of life which is in Chirst Jesus. Which law is holy, just, pure, and good; and all of them found guilty of sin and transgression against the true and living God; and also sentence pronounced against them all, that so transgress the Law of God, who with the wicked, and all they who forget God, must be turned into Hell, except they repent speedily; for with God there is no respect of persons in Judgement. Written the 21. day of the third month, 1661. by me Henry Clark. Clark, Henry, 17th cent. 1661 (1661) Wing C4454A; ESTC R231477 12,950 12 View Text
A67115 A sermon preached in London by a faithfvll minister of Christ, and perfected by him and now set forth to the publike view of all for the ivstification of the truth and clearing the innocencie of his long suffering for it. Walker, George, 1581?-1651. 1642 (1642) Wing W363; ESTC R27052 14,142 20 View Text
A77471 A brief resolution of the present case of the subjects of Scotland in order to Episcopal government, by sacred authority re-established in this kingdome. Or, Episcopus Scoticanus redivivus. For the satisfaction of the people. Authore Phil-Alethio. Phil-Alethio. 1661 (1661) Wing B4645; ESTC R223956 14,376 22 View Text
A44835 Antichristianism reproved, and the doctrine of Christ and his apostles justified against swearing in answer to John Tombe's six propositions for the lawfulness of swearing : all which propositions are both against Christ and his apostles doctrine, as is here proved according to the Scriptures ... / by Richard Hubberthorn. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1660 (1660) Wing H3219; ESTC R4447 17,577 25 View Text
A94058 A sermon preached at a visitation held at Lin in Norfolk, June the 24th anno 1633. Being an admonition to the clergy to remember and keep those severall oaths, promises, and subscriptions, which they solemnly have made at the taking of their degrees, their ordinations, and institutions to their benefices. By William Strode D.D. Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. 1660 (1660) Wing S5986; Thomason E1035_8; ESTC R203693 17,644 32 View Text
A61835 A sermon concerning svvearing preached before the King's Maiesty in Christ-Church Oxon, May the 12, 1644 / by W. Strode ... Strode, William, 1600 or 1601-1645. 1644 (1644) Wing S5985; ESTC R15297 17,733 31 View Text
A28913 The dutie and danger of swearing opened in a sermon preached at York, February 3, 1655, the day of swearing the lord maior / by Edward Bowles ... Bowles, Edward, 1613-1662. 1655 (1655) Wing B3871; ESTC R31277 20,505 28 View Text
A34075 The nature and usefulness of solemn judicial swearing with the impiety and mischief of vain and false-swearing in a sermon preached July 14th, 1681, in the cathedral church of S. Peter in York at the assizes for that county / by Thomas Comber. Comber, Thomas, 1645-1699. 1682 (1682) Wing C5479; ESTC R27905 20,585 44 View Text
A88612 A landskip: or a brief prospective of English episcopacy, drawn by three skilfull hands in Parliament: anno 1641. Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount, 1610?-1643.; Fiennes, Nathaniel, 1607 or 8-1669.; Vane, Henry, Sir, 1612?-1662.; England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. 1660 (1660) Wing L324; Thomason E1045_13; ESTC R202705 20,959 20 View Text
A05344 A speech, delivered at the visitation of Downe and Conner, held in Lisnegarvy the 26th. of September, 1638 Wherein, for the convincing of the non-conformists, there is a full confutation of the covenant lately sworne and subscribed by many in Scotland. Published by authority. Leslie, Henry, 1580-1661. 1639 (1639) STC 15496; ESTC S108505 22,572 42 View Text
A05345 A full confutation of the covenant lately sworne and subscribed by many in Scotland; delivered in a speech, at the visitation of Downe and Conner, held in Lisnegarvy the 26th. of September, 1638. Published by authority.; Speech, delivered at the visitation of Downe and Conner, held in Lisnegarvy the 26th. of September, 1638 Leslie, Henry, 1580-1661. 1639 (1639) STC 15497; ESTC S102367 22,621 42 View Text
A77297 Breach of covenant, a ruinating sinne. as it was preached at Clare in Suff. Novemb. 3. And now published for the good of adjoyning parts, especially those of Hinkford Hundred in Essex. / By a Country Minister. Country minister. 1648 (1648) Wing B4335A; ESTC R173245 22,627 24 View Text
A40767 A faithfull and conscientious account for subscribing the engagement discussed in four sections : I. Motives for just expediency of giving such account, 2. The account truely stated and explained, 3. Reasons justifying the faithfulness of it, 4. Objections against it, satisfactorily answered. Paget, Thomas, d. 1660. 1650 (1650) Wing F265; ESTC R25205 22,683 38 View Text
A79510 The inhumanity of the Kings prison-keeper at Oxford. Or a true relation of the most transcendent cruelties, cheatings, cozenings, and base dishonest dealings of William Smith Provest [sic] Marshall General of the Kings Army, against the Parliament prisoners under his custody. As it was delivered at the Barre in the House of Commons, by one, who with many others, were sworne before the Lords assembled in Parliament, and were prisoners in Oxford six moneths, being further confirmed by Captain Wingate in the Commons House, he being Member of the said House, and some time prisoner in Oxford, the space of 9. moneths. Together, with the copy of a letter from a Gentleman of quality confirming the former particulars. Also the copy of a petition and articles exhibited to the King, his councell of warre against Smith. Likewise a letter to the Speaker, subscribed with 70. prisoners hands. Whereunto is added the unsufferable cruelties, exercised upon the Cirencester men, in their passage to Oxford, and at Oxford, in the castle and Bride-vvell, vvhen they were taken. Written by Edm. Chillenden. who was a prisoner there 6. moneths. Printed according to order. Chillenden, Edmund, fl. 1656. 1643 (1643) Wing C3876; Thomason E63_17; ESTC R9315 22,716 31 View Text
A53755 New England freemen warned and warmed to be free indeed, having an eye to God in their elections in a sermon preached before the Court of Election at Boston on the last day of May, 1671 [by] J.O., pastour of the first church in Boston. Oxenbridge, John, 1609-1674. 1673 (1673) Wing O837; ESTC R28765 22,868 54 View Text
A35118 The case of swearing, at all, discussed with several objections answered, the primitive practices therein asserted out of several ancient authors : together with several presidents out of the book of martyrs : the inconveniences that follows the present practice of swearing, which might easily be prevented by a law to punish false witnesse-bearing, and lying as well as other evils : also, a word to all people that are zealous for the commands of Christ, recorded in the Scripture / by a friend of truth and righteousness, John Crook. Crook, John, 1617-1699. 1660 (1660) Wing C7197; ESTC R5532 23,258 32 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
A29528 The saints solemne covenant vvith their God as it was opened in a sermon preached at Beccles in the countie of Suffolk, at the taking of the Nationall Covenant there, by the ministers and other officers of that division / by Ioh. Brinsley ... Brinsley, John, 1600-1665. 1644 (1644) Wing B4728; ESTC R19027 25,595 42 View Text
A03419 A Christian caueat for al estates. Or A sermon, preached by that religious seruant of God, Master George Hockin, Bachelor of Diuinitie, Fellow of Excester Colledge, and preacher to the towne of Totnes in Deuon Hockin, George, b. 1569 or 70.; I. C., fl. 1622. 1622 (1622) STC 13542; ESTC S116598 26,164 49 View Text
A56188 Philanax Protestant, or, Papists discovered to the King as guilty of those traiterous positions and practises which they first insinuated into the worst Protestants and now charge upon all to which is added, Philolaus, or, Popery discovered to all Christian people in a serious diswasive from it, for further justification of our gracious King and his honourable Parliaments proceedings for the maintenance of the Act of Uniformity. Prynne, William, 1600-1669. 1663 (1663) Wing P4030; ESTC R7555 26,609 49 View Text
A52593 A declaration of the faith and order owned and practised in the Congregational Churches in England; agreed upon and consented unto by their elders and messengers. Licensed and entred according to order. Congregational Churches in England.; Owen, John, 1616-1683.; Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672. 1688 (1688) Wing N1490; ESTC R222326 27,512 123 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
A42476 Charis kai eirēnē, or, Some considerations upon the Act of uniformity with an expedient for the satisfaction of the clergy within the province of Canterbury / by a servant of the God of peace. Gauden, John, 1605-1662. 1662 (1662) Wing G347; ESTC R26763 28,892 52 View Text
A57303 The good old way and truth which the ancient Christians many ages and generations ago witnessed unto in the world from age to age, even from the dayes of Christ unto this very time, wherein the same doctrine, life and practice is witnessed unto by us who are in contempt called Quakers, through many tribulations, which our ancestors, the most ancient and true Christians that ever were upon the earth, sealed unto, with the loss of their lives and liberties, by which, in short, is fully manifested, in what is treated of herein, that the doctrine of the Quakers, in denying to swear any oath, and their refusing to pay tythes, and many other things they practise, was the doctrine and practise of the most famous and renowned Christians, both testified of in the Scriptures of truth, and the books of martyrs : also, a brief discovery of the ground and rise and tythes, manifesting them no Gospel-maintenance, but was testified against by the best and most ancient Christians many ages ago / written by ... Ambros Rigge. Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705.; R. T. (Rebecca Travers), 1609-1688. 1669 (1669) Wing R1483; ESTC R17133 29,214 42 View Text
A02668 A Christen exhortacion vnto customable swearers What a ryght [and] lawfull othe is: whan, and before whom, it owght to be. Item. The maner of sayinge grace, or geuynge thankes vnto God. Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568.; Bale, John, 1495-1563, attributed name. 1543 (1543) STC 1280; ESTC S122477 30,233 63 View Text
A45150 The peaceable design being a modest account of the non-conformist's meetings : with some of their reasons for nonconformity, and the way of accomodation in the matter of religion, humbly proposed to publick consideration by some ministers of London against the sitting of Parliament in the year 1675. Humfrey, John, 1621-1719. 1675 (1675) Wing H3701; ESTC R24391 30,262 97 View Text
A30531 A just and righteous plea presented unto the King of England, and his council, &c. being the true state of the present case of the people, called Quakers, truly demonstrated, and justly pleaded, on their behalf : and this is laid down in six particulars ... / by ... Edw. Burroughs. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1661 (1661) Wing B6011; ESTC R14916 30,489 41 View Text
A44802 One of Antichrists voluntiers defeated, and the true light vindicated. In answer to a book called Ignis fatuus, published by one R.I. Wherein he vindicates Edward Dod and Samuell Smith (of the county of Salop) in their lyes, folly, and wickedness, and hath added more of his own, with divers of his false doctrines, lyes and slanders, &c. brought to light, and reproved: As that the law of the spirit of life, is imperfect, and not fit to be a Christian rule, and also, humane nature may be taken for the regenerate part of man, and the soul, &c. And likewise calls idolatry, civillity, and heathernish complements courtesie. His vindication made voyd, and his weapons broken, and he taken captive, and left with E.D. and S.S. among the slime pits of Siddim near Sodom, with his Ignis fatuus. / By F.H., a witnesse to the perfect law, of the spirit of life. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1660 (1660) Wing H3175; ESTC R16812 30,660 33 View Text
A25667 The anti-Quaker, or, A compendious answer to a tedious pamphlet entituled, A treatise of oaths subscribed by a jury of 12 Quakers, whose names are prefixed to it, together with the fore-man of that jury ... William Penn : alledging several reasons why they ... refuse to swear, which are refuted, and the vanity of them demonstrated both by Scripture, reason, and authority of ancient and modern writers / by Misorcus, a professed adversary of vain swearing in common discourse and communication. Misorcus. 1676 (1676) Wing A3506; ESTC R165 32,510 58 View Text
A00409 Two sermons The Christians comfort in his crosses, conducting him in the tempests of tribulation, to the happie hauen of heauenly tranquillitie. And the iudges, and iuries instruction. By William Est, Maister of Art, and preacher of Gods word. Est, William, 1546 or 7-1625. 1614 (1614) STC 10539; ESTC S118617 33,688 92 View Text
A42450 An examination of the case of the Quakers concerning oaths propounded by them, A.D. 1673, to the consideration of the King, and both Houses of Parliament : with a vindication of the power of the magistrate to impose oaths, and the liberty and duty of all Christians to swear by God reverently : humbly submitted to the judgment of His Most Sacred Majesty, and the two Houses of Parliament / by Charles Gataker ... Gataker, Charles, 1614 or 15-1680. 1675 (1675) Wing G305; ESTC R40267 35,338 42 View Text
A45123 An answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon, by some nonconformists, being the peaceable design renewed wherein the imputation of schism wherewith the doctor hath charged the nonconformists meetings, is removed, their nonconformity justified, and materials for union drawn up together, which will heal both parties. Humfrey, John, 1621-1719.; Lobb, Stephen, d. 1699. 1680 (1680) Wing H3668; ESTC R22261 36,018 45 View Text
A70694 A narrative of the proceedings and tryal of Mr. Francis Johnson, a Franciscan, at Worcester last summer-assizes Anno Dom. 1679 written with his own hand as followeth. Wall, John, Saint, 1620-1679. 1679 (1679) Wing N205; ESTC R1380 36,113 26 View Text
A70380 Mr. Johnson's speech which he deliver'd to his friend to be printed (as he mention'd at the place of execution.) Wall, John, Saint, 1620-1679. 1679 (1679) Wing J774; ESTC R213233 36,140 26 View Text
A27407 A true testimony concerning oaths & swearing &c. as also an answer to the subject matter contained in twelve arguments or reasons laid down in a sermon preached at Carlisle, Aug. 17, 1664 by Allan Smallwood ... to prove that our savior did not forbid all swearing : wherein is fully cleared the command of Christ and his apostle James swear not at all ... / by Ger. Benson. Benson, Gervase, d. 1679. 1669 (1669) Wing B1902; ESTC R23682 37,196 48 View Text
A00289 A very lively portrayture, of the most reverend arch-bishops, the right reverend bs. of the Church of England set forth in XX. irrefragable positions, concerning their authority, power, and practise, as they onely are our diocesan lord bishops, so grounded upon Scripture, reason, and experience, by evident demonstrative practises, as their troublesome opposites, may cleerely see, how greatly they are deceived in all these. A labour undertaken for the peace of all Gods people, and for a just condemnation of al those, that cause division, and offences, contrary to the doctrine and discipline of Christs Church. 1640 (1640) STC 10406; ESTC R212270 37,262 65 View Text
A56866 Quatermayns conquest over Canterburies court, or, A briefe declaration of severall passages between him and the Archbishop of Canterbury with other commissioners of the High Commission Court, at six severall appearances before them, and by them directed to Doctor Featly : with their severall conferences, and the doctors by Roger Quatermayne. Quatermayne, Roger.; Laud, William, 1573-1645.; Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. 1642 (1642) Wing Q148; ESTC R9277 38,184 64 View Text
A45683 Two sermons lately preached at the Assizes in St. Maries Church in Leicester the former March 23, 1670, the latter July 27, 1671 / by Robert Harrison. Harrison, Robert, fl. 1648-1672. 1672 (1672) Wing H909; ESTC R25412 38,889 70 View Text
A94740 A supplement to the Serious consideration of the oath of the Kings supremacy; published October 1660. In, first, some consideration of the oath of allegiance. Secondly, vindicating of the consideration of the oaths of the Kings supremacy and allegiance, from the exceptions of Richard Hubberthorn, Samuel Fisher, Samuel Hodgkin, and some others against them, in the points of swearing in some case, and the matters of those oaths. By John Tombes B.D. Tombes, John, 1603?-1676. 1661 (1661) Wing T1821; Thomason E1084_1; ESTC R207991 39,490 48 View Text
A39769 The truth and certainty of the Protestant faith with a short and plain account of the doctrine of the Romish Church in its visible opposition to Scripture and the very being of Christianity : to which is adjoined some serious considerations anent popery & the state of that controversy. Fleming, Robert, 1630-1694. 1678 (1678) Wing F1277B; ESTC R37829 39,817 62 View Text
A33507 The whore unvailed, or, The mistery of the deceit of the Church of Rome revealed being a brief answer to a book entituled, the reconciler of religions, or, A decider of all controversies in matters of faith, written by a professed Roman Catholick who subscribes his name A.S. in which he endeavoured to prove the Church of Rome to be the true church ... / by a servant of the Lord, Josiah Coale ; whereunto is added the 14th Chap. of A.S. his book in which he declares the Protestant ... not to be true preachers ... Coale, Josiah, 1632?-1668. 1665 (1665) Wing C4760; ESTC R37745 41,902 55 View Text
A60546 An account of the behaviour of the fourteen late popish malefactors whil'st in Newgate and their discourses with the Ordinary ... : also a confutation of their appeals, courage, and cheerfulness at execution / by Samuel Smith ... Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698. 1679 (1679) Wing S4197; ESTC R10786 43,028 42 View Text
A87530 A looking-glasse for the Parliament. Wherein they may see the face of their unjust, illegall, treasonous and rebellious practices, 1 Against Almighty God. 2 Against their King. 3 Against the fundamentall lawes of the kingdome. 4 Against their own oaths and covenants. Argued betwixt two learned judges, the one remaining an exile beyond the seas, the other a prisoner for his allegiance and fidelity to his King and country. Jenkins, David, 1582-1663.; R. H.; Heath, Robert, Sir, 1575-1649, attributed name. 1648 (1648) Wing J595; Thomason E427_17; ESTC R202656 43,342 52 View Text
A89790 A declaration of the faith and order owned and practised in the Congregational Churches in England; agreed upon and consented unto by their elders and messengers in their meeting at the Savoy, Octob. 12. 1658. Congregational Church in England and Wales. Savoy Meeting (1658).; Owen, John, 1616-1683.; Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672. 1659 (1659) Wing N1488; Thomason E968_4; ESTC R203024 44,014 43 View Text
A41817 Two letters written to the author of a pamphlet entituled Solomon and Abiathar, or, The case of the deprived bishops and clergy discussed Grascome, Samuel, 1641-1708? 1692 (1692) Wing G1579; ESTC R37402 44,307 44 View Text
A52591 A Declaration of the faith and order owned and practiced in the Congregational churches in England agreed upon and consented unto by their elders and messengers in their meeting at the Savoy, October 12, 1658. Owen, John, 1616-1683.; Nye, Philip, 1596?-1672. 1659 (1659) Wing N1487; ESTC R16855 44,499 94 View Text
A75464 The anti-covenant, or a sad complaint concerning the new Oath or Covenant: presented in a letter to a dear and intimate friend, with earnest request for his advice and prayers. By a true loyall subject, and lover of the Parliament. True loyall subject and lover of the Parliament. 1643 (1643) Wing A3489; Thomason E60_10; ESTC R23546 44,797 58 View Text
A33241 The snare is broken wherein is proved by Scripture, law and reason, that the Nationall covenant and oath was unlawfully given and taken ... : here also is vindicated the Parliaments later proceedings, shewing the grounds and principles of the London ministers to be weak and unsound ... : moreover something is said against violence in religion, and the duty of the civill magistrate about worship and church-government / by John Canne. Canne, John, d. 1667? 1649 (1649) Wing C442B; ESTC R20321 45,082 54 View Text
A49129 A resolution of certain queries concerning submission to the present government ... by a divine of the Church of England, as by law establisht. Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. 1689 (1689) Wing L2980; ESTC R21420 45,635 72 View Text
A30686 Bêt̲ ḥokt̲̂, the house of wisdom Bêt̲ benê hamebî'îm, the house of the sons of the prophets : Bêt̲ hemmidraš, an house of exquisite enquiry, and of deep research, where the mind of Jehovah Ælochim in the Holy Scriptures of truth ... is diligently studies, faithfully compared ... Bampfield, Francis, 1615 or 16-1683. 1681 (1681) Wing B622; ESTC R32542 45,712 28 View Text
A94152 A pious president to both kingdomes for a sacred covenant. Being an abstractive exposition by way of paraphrase upon the tenth chapter of Nehemiah, the 28, and 29 verses / by Daniell Svvift, Minister of the gospell of Iesus Christ. Swift, Daniel. 1643 (1643) Wing S6255; Thomason E71_3; ESTC R7337 45,715 58 View Text
A61217 A clear apology and just defence of Richard Stafford for himself with a rehearsal, and further explanation of what he hath done concerning national affairs. Stafford, Richard, 1663-1703. 1690 (1690) Wing S5110; ESTC R219673 45,943 40 View Text
A09254 The charge of God and the King to iudges and magistrates, for execution of iustice. In a sermon preached before Sr Henry Hobart Knight and Baronet, Lord Chiefe Iustice of the Common Pleas: and Sr Robert Haughton Knight, one of the iudges of the Kings Bench, at the Assises at Hartford. By William Pemberton B.D. and minister at high-Ongar in Essex. Pemberton, William, d. 1622. 1619 (1619) STC 19568; ESTC S103437 46,028 130 View Text
A39248 A catechism wherein the learner is at once taught to rehearse and prove all the main points of Christian religion by answering to every question in the very words of Holy Scripture : together with a short and plain discourse useful to confirm the weak and unlearned in his belief of the being of a God and the truth of Scripture / by Clement Ellis ... Ellis, Clement, 1630-1700. 1674 (1674) Wing E550; ESTC R15049 47,017 128 View Text
A34255 A Confession of faith put forth by the elders and brethren of many congregations of Christians (baptized upon profession of their faith) in London and the country. 1677 (1677) Wing C5794; ESTC R25352 47,552 162 View Text
A85184 The league illegal. Wherein the late Solemn League and Covenant is seriously examined, scholastically and solidly confuted: for the right informing of weak and tender consciences, and the undeceiving of the erroneous. Written long since in prison, by Daniel Featley D.D. and never until now made known to the world. Published by John Faireclough, vulgò Featley, chaplain to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645.; Featley, John, 1605?-1666.; England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) 1660 (1660) Wing F591; Thomason E1040_8; ESTC R199 47,903 77 View Text
A42479 A discourse concerning publick oaths, and the lawfulness of swearing in judicial proceedings written by Dr. Gauden ..., in order to answer the scruples of the Quakers. Gauden, John, 1605-1662. 1662 (1662) Wing G352; ESTC R542 50,247 68 View Text
A45353 An account of familism as it is revived and propagated by the Quakers shewing the dangerousness of their tenets, and their inconsistency with the principles of common reason and the declarations of Holy Scripture / by Henry Hallywell. Hallywell, Henry, d. 1703? 1673 (1673) Wing H458; ESTC R25413 52,525 144 View Text
A03344 The crie of England A sermon preached at Paules Crosse in September 1593 by Adam Hill Doctor of Diuinitie, & published at the request of the then Lord Maior of the citie of London, and others the aldermen his brethren Hill, Adam, d. 1595. 1595 (1595) STC 13465; ESTC S115191 52,777 122 View Text
A01691 The lands mourning, for vaine swearing: or The downe-fall of oathes Declaring how this land groneth vnder the burthen of this sinne, and of Gods fearefull iudgements that attend it. A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the 11. of Iuly. 1613. By Abraham Gibson, Mr. of Arts. Gibson, Abraham, b. 1586 or 7. 1613 (1613) STC 11829; ESTC S118374 53,620 128 View Text
A27449 Rome tyrannical, idolatrous and heretical the origine of her errors with an answer to her objections : also three short sermons of repentance against swearing and drunkenness preached to the ships company before Admiral Aylmer and several captains / by Peter Berault. Berault, Peter. 1698 (1698) Wing B1956; ESTC R30222 55,952 193 View Text
A20720 An abstract of the duties commanded, and sinnes forbidden in the Law of God. By the Right Reuerend Father in God, George Dovvname, Doctor of Diuinity, and Lord Bishop of Derry Downame, George, d. 1634.; Nicoll, Basill. 1620 (1620) STC 7104; ESTC S117549 56,996 192 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
A13250 The diuine eccho, or resounding voice from heauen moralized betwixt a Christian and his soule, with short and effectuall directions how to liue and die well. Whereby the effects of vertue and the defects of vice, mercy with miserie, heauenly felicitie with worldly vanity, the ioyes of heauen with the torments of hell, are familiarly expressed. Diuided into prayers and meditations for the ease and benefit of euerie Christian. The first part by Iohn Swift.; Divine eccho, or resounding voice from heaven. Swift, John, fl. 1612. 1612 (1612) STC 23545; ESTC S103247 62,765 254 View Text
A33543 A continuation of the historical relation of the late General Assembly in Scotland with an account of the commissions of that assembly, and other particulars concerning the present state of the church in that kingdom. Cockburn, John, 1652-1729. 1691 (1691) Wing C4805; ESTC R2774 64,454 78 View Text
A39572 One antidote more, against that provoking sin of swearing, by reason of which this land now mourneth given forth from under the burden of the oppressed seed of God, by way of reply both to Henry Den's epistle about the lawfulness, antiquity, and universality of an oath, and his answers to the Quakers objections against it, recommended (by him) to all the prisons in this city and nation to such as chuse restraint, rather then the violation of their consciences : and also to Jeremiah Ives his printed plea for swearing, entitituled, The great case of conscience opened, &c. about the lawfulness or unlawfulness of swearing, which said reply to these two opposers of the truth, as it is in Jesus, is recommended not onely to all the prisons in this city and nation, and to all such real Christians, as chuse restraint rather then the violation of their consciences, but also, to all such nominal Christians out of prison, as, rather then restrain, chuse to purchase their earthly liberties by swearing, to the violation of the command of Christ, who saith, Mat. 5.33, swaer not at all. Jam. 5.12, above all things my brethren swear not / by Samuel Fisher ... Fisher, Samuel, 1605-1665. 1660 (1660) Wing F1054; ESTC R5750 69,157 84 View Text
A17410 The rules of a holy life. Or A treatise containing the holy order of our liues, prescribed in the Scripture concerning our carriage: towards God, towards men, towards our selues. With generall rules of preparation, that concerne either the helps, or the maner of a holy conuersation. By N. Bifield preacher of Gods Word at Isleworth in Middlesex. Byfield, Nicholas, 1579-1622. 1619 (1619) STC 4233.5; ESTC S122202 69,705 372 View Text
A17053 The life of religion: or Short and sure directions teaching how to 1 beleeue aright. 2 Liue aright, & 3 pray aright. In the forme of exposition on 1 the Creed. 2 The ten Commandements. 3 The Lords Praier. Put into this kind of method, that it might the better 1. Informe the vnderstanding. 2. Affect the soule, and 3. Helpe the memory. Hereunto is added also a short treatise on the Lords Supper: with praiers to be vsed before, at, and after the communion. By R.B. minister of Gods Word. Bruch, Richard, minister of Gods word. 1615 (1615) STC 3927; ESTC S114246 69,848 288 View Text
A19257 An exposition of the hymne commonly called Benedictus with an ample & comfortable application of the same, to our age and people. By A. Anderson preacher. Anderson, Anthony, d. 1593. 1574 (1574) STC 567; ESTC S100136 70,199 176 View Text
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
A92862 The leaves of the tree of life: for the healing of the nations. Opening all the wounds of this kingdome, and of every party, and applying a remedy to them: by which we come to a right understanding between King and Parliament. A universal agreement and peace on all sides, and the kingdom restored and setled upon a sure and unmoveable foundation: by the light of God shining upon William Sedgwick. Sedgwick, William, 1609 or 10-1669? 1648 (1648) Wing S2386; Thomason E460_40; ESTC R204719 74,614 130 View Text
A44801 Oaths no gospel ordinance but prohibited by Christ being in answer to A. Smallwood, D.D. to his book lately published, being a sermon preached at Carlile, 1664, wherein he hath laboured to prove swearing lawful among Christians, his reasons and arguments are weighed and answered, and the Doctrines of Christ vindicated against the conceptions and interpretations of men, who would make it void / by a sufferer for Christ and his doctrine, F.H. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1666 (1666) Wing H3174; ESTC R16291 80,066 92 View Text
A81249 The quarrell of the covenant, with the pacification of the quarrell. Delivered in three sermons on Levit. 26. 25. and Jere. 50. 5. / By Thomas Case, preacher of the Word in Milk-street, London; and one of the Assembly of Divines. Case, Thomas, 1598-1682. 1643 (1643) Wing C838; Thomason E78_4; ESTC R832 84,281 116 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
A67901 A review of the Covenant, wherein the originall, grounds, means, matter, and ends of it are examined: and out of the principles of the remonstrances, declarations, votes, orders, and ordinances of the prime covenanteers, or the firmer grounds of Scripture, law, and reason, disproved. Langbaine, Gerard, 1609-1658. 1645 (1645) Wing L371; ESTC R210023 90,934 119 View Text
A34962 Anti-Baal-Berith justified and Zech. Crofton tryed and cast in his appearance before the (so called) prelate justice of peace in an answer to his seditious pamphlet entituled, Berith-anti-Baal : wherein his anti-monarchial principals are made manifest and apparent, to deserve his just imprisonment : together with an answer and animadversion upon the holy-prophane league and covenant : wherein, according to their own words and ways of arguing, its proved to be null and invalid, and its notorious contrariety to former legal oathes, is in several particulars plainly demonstrated / by Robert Cressener ... Cressener, Robert. 1662 (1662) Wing C6888; ESTC R4964 91,100 91 View Text
A70779 A treatise of oaths containing several weighty reasons why the people call'd Qvakers refuse to swear : and those confirmed by numerous testimonies out of Gentiles, Jews and Christians, both fathers, doctors and martyrs : presented to the King and great council of England, assembled in Parliament. Penn, William, 1644-1718.; Richardson, Richard, 1623?-1689.; Parker, Alexander, 1628-1689.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1675 (1675) Wing P1388; ESTC R17219 94,426 174 View Text
A77739 A confutation of the Anabaptists, and all others who affect not civill government; proving the lawfullnesse of it: and a full answer to all their cavills, that are, or can be made against it. With a nut-cracker for an unnaturall nut, whose shell is as hard as the scales of Leviathan, and the kernell of his heart as hard as a piece of the nether mill-stone, Iob 41.15.24. yet the hammer of Gods word that breaketh in pieces the rocks, Ier. 23.29. will break this nut, that all may see the devillish kernell that is in it. Also arguments against the Anabaptists, proving that infants borne of Christian parents ought to be baptized: with a full answer to all their cavills that are (or can be) made against it. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford. Bakewell, Thomas, b. 1618 or 19. 1644 (1644) Wing B530; Thomason E51_20; ESTC R209932 98,225 89 View Text
B09729 An antidote against desperation and presumption. or, A consideration of that most solemn oath of the Lord God in Ezek. xxxiii. by Charles Phelpes. Phelpes, Charles. 1680 (1680) Wing P1971D; ESTC R181759 103,519 256 View Text
A43842 Pithanelogia, or, A perswasive to conformity by way of a letter to the dissenting brethren / by a country minister. Hinckley, John, 1617?-1695. 1670 (1670) Wing H2047; ESTC R29478 103,888 196 View Text
A03519 Certayne sermons, or homelies appoynted by the kynges Maiestie, to be declared and redde, by all persones, vicars, or curates, euery Sondaye in their churches, where they haue cure. Anno 1547.; Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 1. Cranmer, Thomas, 1489-1556.; Church of England. 1547 (1547) STC 13640; ESTC S110029 106,479 184 View Text
A48310 Memoranda : touching the oath ex officio, pretended self-accusation, and canonical purgation together with some notes about the making of some new, and alteration and explanation of some old laws, all most humbly submitted to the consideration of this Parliament / by Edw. Lake ... Lake, Edward, Sir, 1596 or 7-1674. 1662 (1662) Wing L188; ESTC R14261 107,287 162 View Text
A67430 The advocate of conscience liberty, or, An apology for toleration rightly stated shewing the obligatory injunctions and precepts for Christian peace and charity. Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688. 1673 (1673) Wing W627; ESTC R17873 108,039 320 View Text