EEBO TCP I digital text editions

Arrowsmith, John, 1602-1659. / [1647]

  • A great wonder in heaven, or, A lively picture of the militant church drawn by a divine pencill : Revel. 12, 1, 2 : discoursed on in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at Margarets, Westminster, on the last monethly fast-day, January 27, 1646/7 / by John Arrowsmith …
  • Arrowsmith, John, 1602-1659. / [1645] Englands Eben-ezer, or, Stone of help set up in thankfull acknowledgment of the Lords having helped us hitherto : more especially for a memoriall of that help which the Parliaments forces lately received at Shrewsbury, Weymouth, and elsewhere : in a sermon preached to both the honourable Houses of Parliament, the lord mayor and aldermen of the citie of London being present, at Christ-Church, London, upon the late solemne day of thanksgiving, March 12 / by John Arrowsmith

Ashe, Simeon, d. 1662. / [1642]

    • A svpport for the sinking heart in times of distresse, or, A sermon preached in London to uphold hope and allay feare Ianuary 4th which was a day of great trouble and deepe danger in the city / by Simeon Ash.
    • Ashe, Simeon, d. 1662. / [1643] A letter of many ministers in old England requesting the judgement of their reverend brethren in New England concerning nine positions written Anno Dom. 1637 : together with their answer thereunto returned, anno 1639 : and the reply made unto the said answer and sent over unto them, anno 1640 / by Simeon Ash, and William Rathband.

    Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. <

    • [in the yeare of Grace. 1643] The life of William now Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, examined. Wherein his principall actions, or deviations in matters of doctrine and discipline (since he came to that sea of Canturbury) are traced, and set downe, as they were taken from good hands, by Mr. Robert Bayley, a learned pastor of the Kirk of Scotland, and one of the late commissioners sent from that Nation. Very fitting for all judicious men to reade, and examine, that they may be the better able to censure him for those thing [sic] wherein he hath done amisse. Reade and judge.
    • Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662. / [1645] A dissuasive from the errours of the time wherein the tenets of the principall sects, especially of the Independents, are drawn together in one map, for the most part in the words of their own authours, and their maine principles are examined by the touch-stone of the Holy Scriptures / by Robert Baylie
    • Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1642]

    • The poets recantation, having suffered in the pillory the 2 of April, 1642 with a penitent submission of all things that have beene written against the King and state : in an humble petitionary description obsequiously commended to the honorable and high court of Parliament / Iohn Bond.
      • Bond, John, 1612-1676. The Parliaments and Londons preparation for His Majesties retvrn with the manner how many Parliament men, with the Lord major and aldermen are to congratulate His Majesty : with the manner likewise how many petitions are to be delivered unto him, and the substance of the same : as also the true relation, how the 12 accused Bishops are devoted out of the House of Peers, and being called to their tryall, they expected the Kings either ascent or discent thereunto, which induces His Majesty to return : with the certain time prefixed when he doth return / composed and published by Iohn Bond.
      • Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1641] King Charles his welcome home, or, A congratvlation of all his loving subiects in thankfulnesse to God for His Maiesties safe and happie returne from Scotland, 1641 by Iohn Bond …
      • Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1643] Exon. Aprill 8. 1643. Having lately seene a pamphlet mis-called a sermon, and fathered upon my name, under this title, a sermon preached in Exon, before the Deputy Liuetenants, Captaines, &c. in the county of Devon, by John Bond, minister of the word of God in the city of Exon the tect being, Prov. 25. v. 5. and perusing those broken notes uppon it, contained in some 35 pages….:
      • Bond, John, 1612-1676. / [1641] Englands reioycing for the Parliaments retvrne declaring the kingdomes happiness in their councells, and their iustice in their consultations against papists, Arminiasme, and popish superstition / composed by Iohn Bond …

      Bridge, William, 1600?-1670. / [1643]

        The truth of the times vindicated whereby the lawfulnesse of Parliamentary procedings in taking up of arms, is justified, Doctor Fernes reply answered, and the case in question more fully resolved / by William Bridge ..

        • Bridge, William, 1600?-1670. / [1642] A sermon preached unto the voluntiers of the city of Norwich and also to the voluntiers of Great Yarmovth in Norfolke by William Bridge …
        • Bridge, William, 1600?-1670. / [1641] Babylons downfall a sermon lately preached at Westminster before sundry of the honourable House of Commons / by William Bridge …

         

        Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641]

        Two sermons preached to the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament at their pvbliqve fast, Novem. 17, 1640 by Cornelius Burges … and Stephen Marshall ..

        • Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1660] No sacrilege nor sin to alienate or purchase cathedral lands, as such: or, A vindication of, not onely the late purchasers; but, of the antient nobility and gentry; yea, of the Crown it self, all deeply wounded by the false charge of sacrilege upon new purchasers. By C. Burges, D.D.
        • Burges, Cornelius, 1589?-1665. / [1641] The first sermon,: preached to the Honourable House of Commons now assembled in Parliament at their publique fast. Novemb. 17. 1640. / By Cornelius Burges Doctor of Divinitie. Published by order of that House. 
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1647]
      • Vindiciae legis, or, A vindication of the morall law and the covenants, from the errours of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians in XXX lectures, preached at Laurence-Jury, London / by Anthony Burgess …
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1651] The true doctrine of justification asserted and vindicated, from the errours of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially Antinomians in XXX lectures preached at Lawrence-Iury, London / by Anthony Burgess …
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1658] A treatise of original sin … proving that it is, by pregnant texts of Scripture vindicated from false glosses / by Anthony Burgess.
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1652] Spiritual refining: or A treatise of grace and assurance. Wherein are handled, the doctrine of assurance. The use of signs in self-examination. How true graces may be distinguished from counterfeit. Several true signs of grace, and many false ones. The nature of grace under divers Scripture notions or titles, as regeneration, the new-creature, the heart of flesh, vocation, sanctification, &c. Many chief questions (occasionally) controverted between the orthodox and the Arminians. As also many cases of conscience. Tending to comfort and confirm saints. Undeceive and convert sinners. Being CXX sermons preached and now published by Anthony Burgess sometime fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and now pastor of the church of Sutton-Coldfield in Warwickshire.
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1659] The Scripture directory for church-officers and people, or, A practical commentary upon the whole third chapter of the first Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians to which is annexed The godly and the natural mans choice, upon Psal. 4, vers. 6, 7, 8 / by Anthony Burgesse …
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1661] An expository comment, doctrinal, controversal, and practical upon the whole first chapter to the second epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians by Anthony Burgesse …
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1643] The difficulty of and the encouragements to a reformation a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at the publick fast, Septem. 27, 1643 / by Mr. Anthony Burges …
      • Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664. / [1656] CXLV expository sermons upon the whole 17th chapter of the Gospel according to St. John, or, Christs prayer before his passion explicated, and both practically and polemically improved by Anthony Burgess …
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1652]
      • Two treatises of Mr. Jeremiah Burroughs. The first of earthly-mindedness, wherein is shewed, 1. What earthly-mindedness is. … 6. Directions how to get our hearts free from earthly-mindedness. The second treatise. Of conversing in heaven, and walking with God. Wherein is shewed, 1. How the Saints have their conversation in heaven. … 9. Rules for our walking with God. The fourth volumn [sic] published by Thomas Goodwyn. William Greenhil. Sydrach Simpson. Philip Nye. William Bridge. John Yates. William Adderley.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1640] The sea-mans direction in time of storme. Delivered in a sermon upon occasion of a strong stormie wind lately happening. By Ier. Burroughs.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1654] The saints treasury being sundry sermons preached in London / by the late reverend and painfull minister of the gospel, Jeremiah Burroughes.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1657] The saints inheritance and the worldlings portion representing the glorious condition of a child of God and the misery of having ones portion in this world, unfolding the state of true happiness with the marks, means, and members thereof / by Ier. Burroughs.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1649] The rare jewel of Christian contentment wherein is shewed, I. What contentment is, II. The holy art or mystery of it, III. Several lessons that Christ teacheth, to work the heart to contentment, IV. The excellencies of it, V. The evils of murmuring, VII. The aggravations of the sin of murmuring / by Jeremiah Burroughs.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1641] Moses his self-denyall delivered in a treatise upon Hebrewes 11, the 24. verse, by Ieremy Burroughs.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] Moses his choice with his eye fixed upon Heaven, discovering the happy condition of a self-denying heart, delivered in a treatise upon Hebrews II, 25, 26 / by Jeremiah Burroughs.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1684] Jerusalems glory breaking forth into the world being a Scripture-discovery of the New-Testament Church in the latter dayes, immediately before the Second Coming of Christ.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [MDCLIII 1653] Irenicum, to the lovers of truth and peace heart-divisions opened in the causes and evils of them : with cautions that we may not be hurt by them, and endeavours to heal them / by Jeremiah Burroughes.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1648 i.e. 1647] Gospel-worship: or, The right manner of sanctifying the name of God in generall.: And particularly in these 3. great ordinances, [brace] viz. [brace] 1. Hearing the Word. 2. Receiving the Lords Supper 3. Prayer. By Jeremiah Burroughes, the Gospel-preacher to two of the greatest congregations in England, viz. Stepney and Criple-gate, London.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1653] Gospel-worship, or, The right manner of sanctifying the name of God in general and particularly in these three great ordinances, viz. [brace] 1. hearing of the Word, 2. receiving the Lords Supper, 3. prayer / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being the second of the seven volumns lately published by Thomas Goodwin … [et al.].
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] Gospel-conversation wherein is shewed, I. How the conversation of believers must be above what could be by the light of nature. II. Beyond those that lived under the law. III. And suitable to what truths the Gospel holds forth. By Jeremiah Burroughs, preacher of the Gospel to Stepney and Criplegate, London. Being the third book published by Thomas Goodwyn, William Greenhil, Sydrach Simpson, Philip Nye, William Bridge, John Yates, William Adderly.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1668] Gospel remission, or, A treatise shewing that true blessedness consists in pardon of sin wherein is discovered the many Gospel mysteries therein contained, the glorious effects proceeding from it, the great mistakes made about it, the true signs and symptomes of it, the way and means to obtain it / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being several sermons preached immediately after those of The evil of sin by the same author, and now published by Philip Nye … [et al.].
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1643] The glorious name of God, The Lord of Hosts opened in two sermons, at Michaels Cornhill, London, vindicating the Commission from this Lord of Hosts, to subjects, in some case, to take up arms : with a post-script, briefly answering a late treatise by Henry Ferne, D.D. / by Jer. Burroughes.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1675] Four usefull discourses by Jer. Burroughs …
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1651] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the eleventh, twelfth, & thirteenth chapters of the prophesy of Hosea being first delivered in several lectures at Michaels Cornhil, London / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being the seventh book published by Thomas Goodwin … [et al.].
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1650] An exposition with practical observations continued upon the eighth, ninth, & tenth chapters of the prophesy of Hosea being first delivered in several lectures at Michaels Cornhil, London / by Jeremiah Burroughs ; being the seventh book published by Thomas Goodwin … [et al.].
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1652] An exposition of the prophesie of Hosea begun in divers lectures vpon the first three chapters, at Michaels Cornhill, London / by Jer. Burroughes.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1661] The excellency of holy courage in evil times by Jeremiah Burroughs ; published by Thomas Goodwin … [et al.].
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1639] The excellency of a gracious spirit. Deliuered in a treatise upon the 14. of Numbers, verse 24. By Ier. Burroughes minister of Gods Word.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1654] The eighth book of Mr Jeremiah Burroughs.: Being a treatise of the evil of evils, or the exceeding sinfulness of sin. Wherein is shewed, 1 There is more evil in the least sin, than there is in the greatest affliction. 2 Sin is most opposite to God. 3 Sin is most opposite to mans good. 4 Sin is opposite to all good in general. 5 Sin is the poyson, or evil of all other evils. 6 Sin hath a kind of infiniteness in it. 7 Sin makes a man conformable to the Devil. All these several heads are branched out into very many particulars. / Published by Thomas Goodwyn, William Bridge, Sydrach Sympson, William Adderly, [double brace] William Greenhil, Philip Nye, John Yates.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1668] The difference between the spots of the godly and of the wicked preached by Mr. Jeremiah Burroughs at Cripple Gate.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1659] Christ inviting sinners to come to him for rest by Jeremiah Burroughes.
      • Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646. / [1643?] A briefe answer to Doctor Fernes booke tending to resolve conscience about the subjects taking up of arms / by Jer. Burroughes.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1651?]        A sermon preached by Mr. Edmund Calamy at Aldermanbury, London, Aug. 24, 1651 being a funeral sermon for Mr. Love on the Sabbath-day following after he was executed … also four excellent doctrines and proposition to the Presbyterians and others to be by them practiced and meditated upon both morning and evening.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1663] A sermon preached at Aldermanberry Church, Dec. 28, 1662 in the fore-noon by Edm. Calamy.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1655] The saints transfiguration, or, The body of vilenesse changed into a body of glory a sermon preached at Martins Ludgate, October 19, 1654, at the funerall of that reverend and faithfull minister of Jesus Christ, Dr. Samuel Bolton, late master of Christs College in Cambridg : with a short account of his death / by Edmund Calamy … ; to which are annexed verses upon his death, composed by divers of his friends and acquaintance.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [Anno Domini, MDCLI. 1651] The saints rest: or Their happy sleep in death.: As it was delivered in a sermon at Aldermanbury London, Aug 24. 1651. By Edmund Calamy B.D.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1674] Saints memorials, or, Words fitly spoken, like apples of gold in pictures of silver being a collection of divine sentences / written and delivered by those late reverend and eminent ministers of the gospel, Mr. Edmund Calamy, Mr. Joseph Caryl, Mr. Ralph Venning, Mr. James Janeway.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1658] A patterne for all, especially for noble and honourable persons, to teach them how to die nobly and honourably.: Delivered in a sermon preached at the solemne interment of the corps of the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwick. Who aged 70 years 11. months, died April 19. And was honorably buried, May 1. 1658. at Felsted in Essex. By Edmund
      • Calamy B.D. and pastor of the church at Aldermanbury.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1643] 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. / [1655] The monster of sinful self-seeking, anatomizd together with a description of the heavenly and blessed selfe-seeking : in a sermon preached at Pauls the 10. of December, 1654 / by Edm. Calamy, B.D. …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [MDCLXIII 1663] Master Edmund Calamies leading case
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1646] A just and necessary apology against an unjust invective published by Mr. Henry Burton in a late book of his entituled, Truth still truth, though shut out of doors by Edmund Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1645] An indictment against England because of her selfe-murdering divisions:: together vvith an exhortation to an England-preserving vnity and concord. Presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords in the Abby church at Westminster; at the late solemne fast, December 25. 1644. By Edmund Calamy, B.D. and pastour of Aldermanbury in London.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1662] The happinesse of those who sleep in Jesus, or, The benefit that comes to the dead bodies of the saints even while they are in the grave, sleeping in Jesus delivered in a sermon preached at the funeral of … Lady Anne Waller, at the new church in Westminst[er], Oct. 31, 1661 : together with the testimony then given unto her / by Edm. Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1646] The great danger of covenant-refusing, and covenant-breaking.: Presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable Thomas Adams Lord Mayor, and the Right Worshipfull the sheriffes, and the aldermen his brethren, and the rest of the Common-councell of the famous City of London, Jan. 14. 1645. Upon which day the solemne League and Covenant was renued by them and their officers with prayer and fasting at Michael Basinshaw, London. / By Edmund Calamy, B.D. and pastor of Aldermanbury London.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1642] Gods free mercy to England presented as a pretious and powerfull motive to humiliation : in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Feb. 23, 1641 / by Edmvnd Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1658] The Godly mans ark, or, City of refuge, in the day of his distresse discovered in divers sermons, the first of which was preached at the funerall of Mistresse Elizabeth Moore : the other four were afterwards preached, and are all of them now made publick, for the supportation and consolation of the saints of God in the hour of tribulation : hereunto are annexed Mris. [sic] Moores evidences for heaven, composed and collected by her in the time of her health, for her comfort in the time of sickness / by Ed. Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1662] The fixed saint held forth in a farwell sermon preached at Mary-Aldermanbury, London, August 17, 1662 / Mr. Edmond Calamy.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1657] Evidence for heaven containing infallible signs and reall demonstrations of our union with Christ and assurance of salvation : with an appendix of laying down certain rules to be observed for preserving our assurance once obtained / published by Ed. Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1642] Englands looking-glasse presented in a sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, December 22, 1641 / by Edmund Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1652] Englands antidote against the plague of civill warre presented in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons on their late extraordinary solemn fast, October 22, 1644 / by Edmund Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1662] Eli trembling for fear of the ark a sermon preached at St. Mary Aldermanbury, December 28, 1662 / by Edmund Calamy … upon the preaching of which he was committed prisoner to the gaol of Newgate, Jan. 6, 1662 ; together with the mittimus and manner of his imprisonment, annexed hereunto.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1655. i.e. 1654] The doctrine of the bodies fragility:: with a divine project, discovering how to make these vile bodies of ours glorious by getting gracious souls. Represented in a sermon preached at Martins Ludgate at the funerall of that worthy and reverend minister of Jesus Christ, Dr. Samuel Bolton, Master of Christ College in Cambridge, who died the 15 of Octob. 1654. and was buried the 19 day of the same month. / By that painfull and pious minister of Gods Word Mr. Edmund Calamy, B.D.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1657] The city remembrancer. Or, A sermon preached to the native-citizens, of London,: at their solemn assembly in Pauls on Tuesday, the 23 of June, A.D. MDCLVII. / By Edm. Calamy B.D. and pastor of the church at Aldermanbury.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1680] The art of divine meditation, or, A discourse of the nature, necessity, and excellency thereof with motives to, and rules for the better performance of that most important Christian duty : in several sermons on Gen. 24:63 / by Edmund Calamy …
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666. / [1642] An ansvver to the articles against Master Calamy, Master Martiall, Master Burton, Master Peters, Master Moleigne, Master Case, M. Sedgwicke, M. Evans, &c. and many other painfull divines who were impeached of high treason by His Majesty : first answering particularly the articles themselves, then shewing the mis-information of His Majestie by the bishops, concerning the same : expressing the great care and vigilancy of those theologians which they have and doe daily undertake with great zeale for the rooting out of popery the confounding of Rome and for the erecting the pious truth and sincerity of the holy gospel of Christ.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732. / [1697] A practical discourse concerning vows with a special reference to baptism and the Lord’s Supper / by Edmund Calamy.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732. / [1698] A funeral sermon preached upon occasion of the decease of the eminently pious Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, late wife of Mr. Daniel Williams, who departed this life, June the 10th, 1698, Ætat 62 with some account of her exemplary character taken for the most part out of her own papers / by Edmund Calamy.
      • Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732. / [1694] A funeral sermon preach’d at the internment of Mr. Samuel Stephens for some time employ’d in the work of the ministry, in this city : who departed life the fifth of January, 1693/4 in the twenty eighth year of his age / by Edmund Calamy. link to Calamy, Edmund, 1600-1666____________________________________________________________________________
      • Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. / [M.D.C.XLIII 1643] An exposition with practical observations upon the three first chapters of the book of Iob delivered in XXI lectures at Magnus neare the bridge, London, by Joseph Caryl … link to Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673____________________________________________________________________________
      • Chambers, Humphrey, 1598 or 9-1662. / [1660] An answer of Humphrey Chambers, D. D. rector of Pewsey, in the county of Wilts, to the charge of Walter Bvshnel, vicar of Box, in the same county published in a book of his entituled, A narrative of the proceedings of the commissioners appointed by O. Cromwel for ejecting scandalous and ignorant ministers, in the case of Walter Bushnel, &c. : with a vindication of the said commissioners annexed : humbly submitted to publick censure. link to Chambers, Humphrey, 1598 or 9-1662____________________________________________________________________________
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1643] Sions memento, and Gods alarum.: In a sermon at VVestminster, before the Honorable House of Commons, on the 31. of May 1643. the solemne day of their monethly fast. By Francis Cheynell late Fellow of Merton College in Oxford. Printed and published by order of the House of Commons.
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1643] The rise, growth, and danger of Socinianisme together with a plaine discovery of a desperate designe of corrupting the Protestant religion, whereby it appeares that the religion which hath been so violently contended for (by the Archbishop of Canterbury and his adherents) is not the true pure Protestant religion, but an hotchpotch of Arminianisme, Socinianisme and popery : it is likewise made evident, that the atheists, Anabaptists, and sectaries so much complained of, have been raised or encouraged by the doctrines and practises of the Arminian, Socinian and popish party / by Fr. Cheynell …
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1646] A plot for the good of posterity.: Communicated in a sermon to the Honorable House of Commons for the sanctifying of the monthly fast. March 25. 1646. / By Francis Cheynell.
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1645] 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. / [1650] The divine trinunity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, or, The blessed doctrine of the three coessentiall subsistents in the eternall Godhead without any confusion or division of the distinct subsistences or multiplication of the most single and entire Godhead acknowledged, beleeved, adored by Christians, in opposition to pagans, Jewes, Mahumetans, blasphemous and antichristian hereticks, who say they are Christians, but are not / declared and published for the edification and satisfaction of all such as worship the only true God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, all three as one and the self same God blessed for ever, by Francis Cheynell …
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1644] Chillingworthi novissima.: Or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth. (In his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers, the Queens arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer. Set forth in a letter to his eminent and learned friends, a relation of his apprehension at Arundell, a discovery of his errours in a briefe catechism, and a shorr [sic] oration at the buriall of his hereticall book. By Francis Cheynell, late fellow of Merton Colledge. Published by authority.
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1652] The beacon flameing with a non obstante: or A justification of the firing of the beacon,: by way of animadversion upon the book entituled the beacon’s quenched, subscribed by Col. Pride, &c.
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [Printed in the dismall year of Britanicus. 1645] Aulicus his hue and cry sent forth after Britanicus,: vvho is generally reported to be a lost man.
      • Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665. / [1647] An account given to the Parliament by the ministers sent by them to Oxford in which you have the most remarkable passages which have fallen out in the six moneths service there … particulary … two conferences in which the ministers … have suffered by reproaches and falshoods in print and otherwise : the chief points insisted on in those conferences are 1. whether private men may lawfully preach, 2. whether the ministers of the Church of England were antichristian … 3. and lastly divers of Mr. Erbury’s dangerous errours. … link to Cheynell, Francis, 1608-1665
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      • Downing, Calybute, 1606-1644. / [1641] A sermon preached to the renowned company of the artillery, 1 September, 1640 designed to compose the present troubles by discovering the enemies of the peace of the church and state / by Calybute Downing…
      • Downing, Calybute, 1606-1644. / [1641] Considerations toward a peaceable reformation in matters ecclesiasticall submitted to the judicious reader / by Calybute Downing. link to Downing, Calybute, 1606-1644
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      • Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1650] The reformed librarie-keeper with a supplement to The reformed-school, as subordinate to colleges in universities / by John Durie ; whereunto is added, I. An idea of mathematicks II. The description of one of the chiefest libraries which is in Germanie …
      • Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1649?] The reformed school by John Dury.
      • Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1642] A motion tending to the publick good of this age and of posteritie, or, The coppies of certain letters written by Mr. John Dury to a worthy Knight at his earnest desire shewing briefly vvhat a publik good is and how by the best means of reformation in learning and religion it may be advanced to some perfection / published by Samuel Hartlib …
      • Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1650] Just re-proposals to humble proposals. Or An impartiall consideration of, and answer unto, the humble proposals, which are printed in the name of sundry learned and pious divines, concerning the Engagement which the Parliament hath ordered to be taken. Shewing, how farre those proposals are agreeable to reason, to Christianity and to policie. How the proposers thereof may receive satisfaction therein, in all these respects. Hereunto are added, The humble proposals themselves; because they are not currantly to be found. Written by
      • John Dury. January 7. 1650. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl.
      • Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1654] A demonstration of the necessity of settling some Gospel-government amongst the churches of Christ in this nation held forth in an answer to a querie whereby Mr. Saltmarch did once endeavour to hinder the settlement of all church-government in the nation : written in the year 1646, and now published for the present use of these times, wherein it may be seasonable to be taken into consideration for the preventing of further confusion and disorder amongst the professors of the Gospell / by John Dury.
      • Dury, John, 1596-1680. / [1643] The copy of a letter written to Mr. Alexander Hinderson link to Dury, John, 1596-1680
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      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1642] Virtumnus romanus, or, A discovrse penned by a Romish priest wherein he endevours to prove that it is lawfull for a papist in England to goe to the Protestant church, to receive the communion, and to take the oathes, both of allegiance and supremacie : to which are adjoyned animadversions in the in the [sic] margin by way of antidote against those places where the rankest poyson is couched / by Daniel Featley …
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1638] Transubstantiation exploded: or An encounter vvith Richard the titularie Bishop of Chalcedon concerning Christ his presence at his holy table. Faithfully related in a letter sent to D. Smith the Sorbonist, stiled by the Pope Ordinarie of England and Scotland. By Daniel Featley D.D. Whereunto is annexed a publique and solemne disputation held at Paris with Christopher Bagshaw D. in Theologie, and rector of Ave Marie Colledge.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [M.DC.XXVI. 1626] A second parallel together with a vvrit of error sued against the appealer.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1644] Sacra nemesis, the Levites scourge, or, Mercurius Britan. disciplin’d, [Mercurius] civicvs [disciplin’d] also deverse remarkable disputes and resolvs in the Assembly of Divines related, episcopacy asserted, truth righted, innocency vindicated against detraction.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1624] The Romish Fisher caught and held in his owne net. Or, A true relation of the Protestant conference and popish difference. A iustification of the one, and refutation of the other. In matter of fact. faith. By Daniel Featly, Doctor in Diuinity.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1644] Roma ruens Romes ruine : being a svccinct answer to a popish challenge concerning the antiquity, unity, universality, succession, and perpetuall visibility of the true church even in the most obscure times, when it seemed to be totally eclipsed in the immediate ages before Luther / by Daniel Featley …
        Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1626] A parallel: of nevv-old Pelgiarminian error.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1660] 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. / [1645] Kåatabaptistai kataptüstoi The dippers dipt, or, The anabaptists duck’d and plung’d over head and eares, at a disputation in Southwark : together with a large and full discourse of their 1. Original. 2. Severall sorts. 3. Peculiar errours. 4. High attempts against the state. 5. Capitall punishments, with an application to these times / by Daniel Featley …
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1630] The grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome, in taking away the sacred cup from the laiety at the Lords Table: detected, and conuinced by the euidence of holy Scripture, and testimonies of all ages successiuely from the first propagation of the catholike Christian faith to this present: together with two conferences; the former at Paris with D. Smith, now stiled by the Romanists B of Calcedon; the later at London with M Euerard, priest: by Dan. Featly, Doctor in Diuinity.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1644] The gentle lash, or, The vindication of Dr. Featley, a knowne champion of the Protestant religion also seven articles exhibited against him with his answer thereunto : together with the said Doctor his manifesto and challenge.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [M.DC.XXIII. 1623] The Fisher catched in his owne net.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1661] Dr. Daniel Featley revived, or, The faithfull shepheard a sermon preached at the consecration of three bishops, the lords elect of Oxford, Bristoll, and Chester, in His Graces chappell at Lambeth, May, 9, 1619 / by … Daniell Featley … ; and now reprinted at the sole charge of George Vineing …
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1629] Cygnea cantio: or, Learned decisions, and most prudent and pious directions for students in divinitie; delivered by our late soveraigne of happie memorie, King Iames, at White Hall a few weekes before his death.
      • Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. / [1626] Ancilla pietatis: or, The hand-maid to priuate deuotion presenting a manuell to furnish her with necessary principles of faith. Forcible motiues to a holy life. Vsefull formes of hymnes and prayers. … By Daniel Featly, D. in Diuinity. link to Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645____________________________________________________________________________
      • Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [anno, M DC XLVII. 1647] The times anatomiz’d, in severall characters. By T.F.:
      • Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1659] Singing the psalmes the duty of Christians under the New Testament, or, A vindication of that gospel-ordinance in V sermons upon Ephesians 5, 19 wherein are asserted and cleared I. That, II. What, III. How, IV. Why [brace] we must sing / by Tho. Ford …
      • Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1641] Reformation sure and stedfast, or, A seasonable sermon for the present times shevving the life and death of reformation : preached June 15, 1641.
      • Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1667] Logos autopistos, or, Scriptures self-evidence to prove its existence, authority, certainty in it [sic] self, and sufficiency (in its kind) to ascertain others that it is inspir’d of God to be the only rule of faith : published as a plea for Protestants in the defence of their profession and intended only for the use and instruction of the vulgar sort.
      • Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1668] Felo de se, or, The bishops condemned out of their own mouthes confessing their politick devices, and unjust practices, to settle and maintain their lordly dignities, and private interests, to the impoverishing and ruine of the nations wherein such idle and unprofitable drones are suffered to domineer : in a familiar discourse between the said bishops and their tenants, begun in 1660, the year of their unhappy resurrection, and continued to this present year 1668 : published for information of the people, who groan to be delivered from that yoke of bondage, which neither they nor their fathers were able to bear / by a mourner for the poor nations …
      • Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674. / [1668] Aytokatakritos or, the sinner condemned of himself being a plea for God, against all the ungodly, proving them alone guilty of their own destruction; and that they shall be condemned in the great day of account, not for that they lacked, but only because they neglected the means of their salvation. And also, shewing, how fallacious and frivolous a pretence it is in any, to say, they would do better, if they could; when indeed all men could, and might do better, if they would. By one, that wisheth better to all, than most do to themselves. Link to Ford, Thomas, 1598-1674
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      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1623] Tvvo sermons tending to direction for Christian cariage, both in afflictions incumbent, and in iudgements imminent. The former on Psalm. 13. 1. the latter on Hebr. 11. 7. By Thomas Gataker B. in D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1620] Tvvo mariage sermons the former on Prov. 19. 14. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith. The latter on Iohn 2. 1–12. By that learned and judicious divine Mr William Bradshaw some time fellow of Sidney Colledge in Cambridge.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1620] Tvvo funeral sermons much of one and the same subiect; to wit, the benefit of death. The former on Philip. 1. 23. The latter on Eccles. 7. 1. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1620] True contentment in the gaine of godlines, with its self-sufficiencie. A meditation on 1. Timoth. 6. 6. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1653] Thomas Gataker B.D. his vindication of the annotations by him published upon these words, Thus saith the Lord, learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signes of heaven, for the heathen are dismayed at them, Jer. 10. 2 against the scurrilous aspersions of that grand imposter Mr. William Lillie : as also against the various expositions of two of his advocates, Mr. John Swan, and another by him cited, but not named : together with the annotations themselvs : wherein the pretended grounds of judiciary astrologie, and the Scripture-proofes produced for it are discussed and refuted.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1619] The spirituall vvatch, or Christs generall watch-word. A meditation on Mark. 13. 37. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1621] A sparke tovvard the kindling of sorrow for Sion. A meditation on Amos 6. 6. Being the summe of a sermon preached at Sergeants Inne in Fleet-Street. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1638] Saint Stevens last will and testament. A funerall sermon on Acts 7. ver. 59. preached at the enterrement of the remaines of Mris Joice Featly. Together with the testimonie then given unto her by Tho. Gataker, B. of D. and rector of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1619] Of the nature and vse of lots a treatise historicall and theologicall; written by Thomas Gataker B. of D. sometime preacher at Lincolnes Inne, and now pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1648] Mysterious cloudes and mistes, shunning the cleer light, a little further disclosed in a short answer to Mr. John Simpsons long appendix, entituled, Truth breaking forth through a cloud and mist of slanders, wherein the charge of slander, so far as it concerneth, both himself and some others, is taken of and removed / by Tho. Gataker …
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1620] Maskil le-David = Dauids instructer. A sermon preached at the visitation of the Free-Schole at Tunbridge in Kent, by the wardens of the Worshipfull Companie of Skinners; by Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1620] Marriage duties briefely couched togither out of Colossians, 3. 18, 19. By Thomas Gataker Bachelar of Diuinitie and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1654] The last will and testament of Thomas Gataker (B.D., author of the Annotations on Jeremy 10. ver. 2 and the Vindications of them, as also of the new-come out discourse apologetical) : wherin is shewed the manner and order of the disposing of his estate, with the certain legacies given to friends, together with the manner of burial of his aged corps without superficial rites or ceremonies.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1623] A iust defence of certaine passages in a former treatise concerning the nature and vse of lots, against such exceptions and oppositions as have beene made thereunto to Mr. I.B. Wherein the insufficiencie of his answers giuen to the arguments brought in defence of a lusorious lot is manifested; the imbecillitie of his arguments produced against the same further discouered; and the point it selfe in controuersie more fully cleared; by Thomas Gataker B. of D. and author of the former treatise.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1623] the ioy of the iust vvith the signes of such. A discourse tending to the comfort of the deiected and afflicted; and to the triall of sinceritie. Being the enlargement of a sermon preached at Black-Friers London; on Psal. 95. 11. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1623] A good vvife Gods gift and, a vvife indeed. Tvvo mariage sermons. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1624] Iacobs thankfulnesse to God, for Gods goodnesse to Iacob. A meditation on Genesis 32. 10. VVherein by the way also the popish doctrine of mans merite is discussed. By Thomas Gataker, B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1627] Ieroboams sonnes decease a funerall sermon on part of 1 Kings 14. 17. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1620] Gods parley vvith princes with an appeale from them to him. The summe of two sermons on the 3. last verses of the 82. Psalme; preached at Sergeants-Inne in Fleet-Streete. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1645] Gods eye on His Israel, or, A passage of Balaam, out of Numb. 23, 21 containing matter very seasonable and suitable to the times : expounded and cleared from antinomian abuse, with application to the present estate of things with us / by Tho. Gataker …
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1624] A discussion of the popish doctrine of transubstantiation vvherein the same is declared, by the confession of their owne writers, to haue no necessary ground in Gods Word: as also it is further demonstrated to be against Scripture, nature, sense, reason, religion, and the iudgement of t5xxauncients, and the faith of our auncestours: written by Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1654] A discours apologetical;: wherein Lilies lewd and lowd lies in his Merlin or Pasqil for the yeer 1654. are cleerly laid open; his shameful desertion of his own cause is further discovered; his shameless slanders fullie refuted; and his malicious and murtherous mind, inciting to a general massacre of Gods ministers, from his own pen, evidentlie evinced. Together with an advertisement concerning two allegations produced in the close of his postscript. And a postscript concerning an epistle dedicatorie of one J. Gadburie. By Tho. Gataker B.D. autor [sic] of the annotations on Jer. 10.2 and of the vindication of them.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1640] The decease of Lazarus Christ’s friend. A funerall sermon on Iohn. chap. 11. vers. 11. preached at the buriall of Mr. John Parker merchant and citizen of London. By Tho. Gataker B. of D. and rector of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1624] The Christian mans care. A sermon on Matth. 6. 33. Together with a short catechisme for the simpler sort. By Thomas Gataker, B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1624] Christian constancy crovvned by Christ. A funerall sermon on Apocalyps 2.10. preached at the buriall of M. VVilliam Winter, citizen of London; together with the testimonie then giuen vnto him. By Thomas Gataker, B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1652] Antinomianism discovered and confuted: and free-grace as it is held forth in Gods word:: as well by the prophets in the Old Testament, as by the apostles and Christ himself in the New, shewed to be other then is by the Antinomian-party in these times maintained. / By Thomas Gataker, B.D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1679] An antidote against errour concerning justification, or, The true notion of justification, and of justifying faith, cleared by the light of scripture, and solid reason, from several mistakes of the words, which misapprehensions prove the seeds of dangerous errours by … Thomas Gataker … ; to which is added, The way of truth and peace, or, A reconciliation of the holy apostles S. Paul and S. James, concerning justification by faith without works, Rom. 3.28, by works and not by faith only, Jam. 2, 21, 24, by Charles Gataker …
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1642] An answer to Mr. George Walkers vindication, or rather, fresh accusation wherein he chargeth Mr. Wotton, besides his former foul aspersions of heresie and blasphemy, with Arianism, Mr. Gataker with Socinianism, Dr. Gouge and Mr. Downham with a fase attestation, Dr. Baylie and Mr. Stock with self-condemnation, all the eight ministers employed in the busines between himself and Mr. Wotton with partiality and unjust judgement : upon occasion of a relation concerning that busines / written by the said Thomas Gataker and by him now again avowed, wherein the said M. Walkers vindication is in many things shewed to be an untrue relation.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1626] An anniuersarie memoriall of Englands deliuery from the Spanish inuasion deliuered in a sermon on Psal. 48. 7,8. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.
      • Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654. / [1627] Abrahams decease. A meditation on Genesis 25.8. Deliuered at the funerall of that worthy seruant of Christ, Mr. Richard Stock, late pastor of All-Hallowes Bread-street: together with the testimonie then giuen vnto him. By Thomas Gataker B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith. link to Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654
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      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1645] Wholesome severity reconciled with Christian liberty, or, The true resolution of a present controversie concerning liberty of conscience here you have the question stated, the middle way betwixt popish tyrannie and schismatizing liberty approved and also confirmed from Scripture and the testimonies of divines, yea of whole churches : the chiefe arguments and exceptions used in the bloudy tenent, The compassionate samaritane, M.S. to A.S. &c., examined : eight distinctions added for qualifying and clearing the whole matter : and in conclusion a parænetick to the five apologists for choosing accommodation rather than toleration.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1645] VVholesome severity reconciled with Christian liberty. Or, the true resolution of a present controversie concerning liberty of conscience.: Here you have the question stated, the middle way betwixt popish tyrannie and schismatizing liberty approved, and also confirmed from Scripture, and the testimonies of divines, yea of whole churches: the chiefe arguments and exceptions used in The bloudy tenent, The compassionate samaritane, M.S. to A.S. &c. examined. Eight distinctions added for qualifying and clearing the whole matter. And in conclusion a parænetick to the five apologists for choosing accommodation rather then toleration. Imprimatur. Ia. Cranford. Decemb 16. 1644.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [anno 1649] An usefull case of conscience discussed and resolved concerning associations and confederacies with idolaters, infidels, hereticks, or any other known enemies of truth and godlinesse. By Master George Gillespie, late minister at Edinburgh. Whereunto is subjoyned a letter, written by him to the commissioners of the Generall Assembly, in the time of his sicknesse: together with his testimony unto this truth, written two dayes before his death.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1649] A treatise of miscellany questions wherein many usefull questions and cases of conscience are discussed and resolved … / by Mr. George Gillespie … ; published by Mr. Patrik Gillespie …
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1646] A sermon preached before the right honourable the House of Lords in the Abbey Church at Westminster, upon the 27th of August, 1645 being the day appointed for solemne and publique humiliation : whereunto is added a brotherly examination of some passages of Mr. Colemans late printed sermon upon Job 11.20, in which he hath endeavoured to strike at the root of all church-government / by George Gillespie, minister at Edenburgh.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1644] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast Wednesday, March 27, 1644 by George Gillespie.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1645] Nihil respondes: or, A discovery of the extream unsatisfactorinesse of Master Colemans peece, published last weeke under the title of A brotherly examination re-examined.: Wherein, his self-contradictions: his yeelding of some things, and not answering to other things objected against him: his abusing of Scripture: his errors in divinity: his abusing of the Parliament, and indangering their authority: his abusing of the Assembly: his calumnies, and namely against the Church of Scotland, and against my selfe: the repugnancy of his doctrin to the solemne League and Covenant, are plainly demonstrated. / By George Gillespie minister at Edenburgh. Published by authority.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1646] Male audis or An answer to Mr. Coleman his Malè dicis.: Wherein the repugnancy of his Erastian doctrine to the word of God, to the solemne League and Covenant, and to the ordinances of Parliament: also his contradictions, tergiversations, heterodoxies, calumnies, and perverting of testimonies, are made more apparent then formerly. Together with some animadversions upon Master Hussey his Plea for Christian magistracy: shewing, that in divers of the afore mentioned particulars he hath miscarried as much, and in some particulars more then Mr Coleman. / By George Gillespie, minister at Edinbrugh. Published by authority.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1644] A late dialogue betwixt a civilian and a divine concerning the present condition of the Church of England in which, among other particulars, these following are especially spoken of …
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [MDCXLVII. 1647] A form for Church government and ordination of ministers,: contained in CXI propositions, propounded to the late Generall Assembly at Edinburgh, 1647. Together with an Act concerning Erastianisme, independencie, and liberty of conscience. Published by authority.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [in the yeare of our Lord 1637] A dispute against the English-popish ceremonies, obtruded vpon the Church of Scotland. Wherein not only our ovvne argumemts [sic] against the same are strongly confirmed, but likewise the ansvveres and defences of our opposites, such as Hooker, Mortoune … Forbesse, &c. particularly confuted.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1647] CXI propositions concerning the ministerie and government of the Church
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1641] An assertion of the government of the Church of Scotland in the points of ruling-elders and of the authority of presbyteries and synods with a postscript in answer to a treatise lately published against presbyteriall government.
      • Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. / [1646] Aarons rod blossoming, or, The divine ordinance of church-government vindicated so as the present Erastian controversie concerning the distinction of civill and ecclesiasticall government, excommunication, and suspension, is fully debated and discussed, from the holy scripture, from the Jewish and Christian antiquities, from the consent of latter writers, from the true nature and rights of magistracy, and from the groundlesnesse of the chief objections made against the Presbyteriall government in point of a domineering arbitrary unlimited power / by George Gillespie … link to Gillespie, George, 1613-1648
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      • Goodwin, Thomas. / [1658] A fair prospect shewing clearly the difference between things that are seen & things that are not seen, in a sermon preached at the funeral of the Honourable Lady Judith Barrington at Knebworth in Hertfordshire / by Tho. Goodwin …
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1642] Zerubbabels encouragement to finish the temple.: A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at their late solemne fast, Apr. 27. 1642. By Tho. Goodwin, B.D. Published by order from that House.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1655] The vvorld to come. Or, The kingdome of Christ asserted.: In two expository lectures of Ephes. 1. 21, 22. verses. Prooving that between the state of this world as now it is, and the state of things after the day of judgement, when God shall be all in all: there is a world to come which is of purpose, and is a more especiall manner appointed for Jesus Christ to be king, and wherein he shall more eminently reign. / Preached by Mr. Tho: Goodwin many years since, at Antholins, London. Published for the truths sake.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1638] The vanity of thovghts discovered: with their danger and cvre. By Tho: Goodvvin, B.D.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1650] The tryall of a Christians growth in mortification, purging out corruption, or vivification, bringing forth more fruit a treatise handling this case, how to discerne our growth in grace : affording some helps rightly to judge thereof by resolving some tentations, clearing some mistakes, answering some questions, about spiritual growth : together with other observations upon the Parable of the vine, John 15. 1, 2 verses / by Tho. Goodwin.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1657] A state of glory for spirits of just men upon dissolution, demonstrated.: A sermon preached in Pauls Church Aug. 30. 1657. before the Rt. Honourable the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the City of London. / By Tho: Goodvvin, D.D. president of Magd. Coll. Oxon.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1636] The returne of prayers. A treatise wherein this case how to discerne Gods answers to our prayers is briefly resolved, with other observations vpon Psal. 85.8. concerning Gods speaking peace, &c. By Tho: Goodvvin. B.D.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1666] Patience and its perfect work under sudden & sore tryals
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1680] Most holy and profitable sayings of that reverend divine, Doctor Tho. Goodwin: Who departed this life, Feb. 23. 1679/80.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1641] A glimpse of Sions glory, or, The churches beautie specified published for the good and benefit of all those whose hearts are raised up in the expectation of the glorious liberties of the saints.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1645] Encouragements to faith: Drawn from severall engagements both of Gods Christs heart to receive pardon sinners. By Tho: Goodwin, B.D.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1695] A discourse of the true nature of the Gospel demonstrating that it is no new law, but a pure doctrine of grace : in answer to the Reverend Mr. Lorimer’s Apology / by Tho. Goodwin …
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [1651] Christ the universall peace-maker: or, The reconciliation of all the people of God,: notwithstanding all their differences, enmities. / By Tho: Goodvvin, B.D.
      • Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. / [M DC XXXVII. 1637] Aggravation of sinne and sinning against knowledge. Mercie. Delivered in severall sermons upon divers occasions. By Tho: Goodvvin B.D. link to Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680
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      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1619] The vvhole-armor of God: or A Christians spiritual furniture, to keepe him safe from all the assaults of Satan. First preached, and now the second time published and enlarged for the good of all such as well vse it:whereunto is also added a treatise of the sinne against the Holy Ghost. By VVilliam Gouge B.D. and preacher of Gods Word in Blacke Fryers London. …
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1616] A short catechisme wherein are briefely laid downe the fundamentall principles of Christian religion. Needfull to be knowne of all such as come to the Lords Table. Whereunto is added morning and euening prayer for a family.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1641] The sabbaths sanctification … by W.G.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1632] The saints sacrifice: or, a commentarie on the CXVI. Psalme. Which is, a gratulatory psalme, for deliverance from deadly distresse. By William Gouge, D.D.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1639] A recovery from apostacy. Set out in a sermon preached in Stepny Church neere London at the receiving of a penitent renegado into the Church, Octob. 21. 1638. By William Gouge D.D. and min. in Black-Friers London Herein is the history of the surprizall and admirable escape of the said penitent.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [MDCXLV. 1645] The progresse of divine providence,: set out in a sermon preached in the Abbey Church of Westminster before the house of Peers, on the 24th of September, 1645. being the day of their monethly fast. / By William Gouge, one of the members of the Assembly.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1622] Of domesticall duties eight treatises. I. An exposition of that part of Scripture out of which domesticall duties are raised. … VIII. Duties of masters. By William Gouge.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1645] Mercies memorial set out in a sermon preached in Paul’s church, Novemb. 17, 1644, in memoriall of the great deliverance which England had from antichristian bondage by Queen Elizabeths attaining the crowne/ by William Gouge …
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1655] A learned and very useful commentary on the whole epistle to the Hebrews wherein every word and particle in the original is explained … : being the substance of thirty years Wednesdayes lectures at Black-fryers, London / by that holy and learned divine Wiliam Gouge … : before which is prefixed a narrative of his life and death : whereunto is added two alphabeticall tables …
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1626] A guide to goe to God: or, An explanation of the perfect patterne of prayer, the Lords prayer. By William Gouge, B. in D. and minister of Gods Word in Black-Friers London.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1631] Gods three arrovves plague, famine, svvord, in three treatises. I. A plaister for the plague. II. Dearths death. III. The Churches conquest over the sword. By William Gouge Doctor in Divinity, and preacher of Gods Word in Black-Friers, London.
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1630] An exposition on the vvhole fifth chapter of S. Iohns Gospell also notes on other choice places of Scripture, taken by a reuerend diuine, now with God, and found in his study after his death, written with his owne hand …
      • Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1626] The dignitie of chiualrie set forth in a sermon preached before the Artillery Company of London, Iune xiij. 1626. By William Gouge, B. of Diuinity and
      • preacher of Gods Word, in Black-friers London.
        Gouge, William, 1578-1653. / [1642] Briefe ansvvers to the chiefe articles of religion.: By W. Gouge, D.D. link to Gouge, William, 1578-1653___________________________________________________________________________
      • Greene, John, Master of Arts. / [1641] A briefe vnvailing of God and mans glory in which is 1. A briefe rehearsall of happinesse in generall, 2. How this happiness is manifested by Iesus Christ, 3. the soules song of love / by John Greene. link to Greene, John, Master of Arts
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      • Greenhill, William, 1591-1671. / [1643] Axin? pros t?n rhizan. = The axe at the root,: a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at their publike fast, April 26. 1643. By William Greenhill. link to Greenhill, William, 1591-1671
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      • Harris, Robert, 1581-1658. / [1630] Tvvo sermons vvherein we are taught, 1. Hovv to get, 2. How to keepe, 3. How to vse a good conscience. Preached in Alldermanbury Church, London. Not heretofore published. By Robert Harris.
      • Harris, Robert, 1581-1658. / [1645] True religion in the old way of piety and charity.: Delivered in a sermon to the Lord Major and Court of Aldermen of this city of London, at their anniversary meeting on Munday (commonly called Easter-Munday) at the Spittle, 1645. / By Robert Harris B D. pastor of Hanwell, Oxon. and a member of the Assembly of Divines.
      • Harris, Robert, 1581-1658. / [Anno M.DC.XXVI. 1626] Hezekiahs recovery. Or, A sermon, shevving what use Hezekiah did, and all should make of their deliverance from sicknesse. First preached, and now published by Robert Harris, pastor of Hanwell.
      • Harris, Robert, 1581-1658. / [1610] Absaloms funerall: preached at Banbyrie by a neighbour minister. Or, The lamentation of a louing father for a rebellious child. link to Harris, Robert, 1581-1658
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      • Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [1644] A sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament at Margarets Church in Westminster, upon Thursday the 18 day of Iuly, 1644 : it being the day of public thanksgiving for the great mercie of God in the happie successe of the forces of both kingdomes neer York, against the enemies of King and Parliament / by Alexander Henderson …
      • Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [1644] A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, December 27, 1643 by Alexander Henderson …
      • Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [In the Year of God, 1638] The protestation of the noblemen, barrons, gentlemen, borrowes, ministers, and commons; subscribers of the confession of faith and covenant, lately renewed within the kingdome of Scotland, made at the Mercate Crosse of Edinburgh the 22. of September immediatly after the reading of the proclamation, dated September 9. 1638.
      • Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [Printed, anno MDCXLI. 1641] The government and order of the Church of Scotland.
      • Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [Printed, an. Dom. 1648] The declaration of Mr. Alexander Henderson, principall minister of the word of God at Edenbrough, and chiefe commissioner from the Kirk of Scotland to the Parliament and Synod of England:: made upon his death-bed.
      • Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646. / [1638] The ansvveres of some brethren of the ministerie to the replyes of the ministers and professours of divinitie in Aberdeene, concerning the late convenant. link to Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646
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      • Heyrick, Richard, 1600-1667. / [1641] Three sermons preached at the Collegiate Church in Manchester by Richard Heyricke.
      • Heyrick, Richard, 1600-1667. / [1646] Queen Esthers resolves: or, A princely pattern of heaven-born resolution, for all the lovers of God and their country:: opened in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at the monethly fast, May 27, 1646. / By Richard Heyricke, Warden of Christs Colledge in Manchester in Lancashire, and one of the Assembly of Divines. link to Heyrick, Richard, 1600-1667
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      • Hill, Thomas, Cornet. / [MDCXLVIII. 1648] The declaration and resolution of Col. John Poyer,: concerning Lieutenant Gen. Cromwel, and the particular relation of another great fight in South-wales. With, a declaration of the Kings Majestieis loyall subjects in the Isle of Wyght, concerning the proceedings of Sir Thomas Glemham, Colonell Iohn Poyer, and the Scottish Army, for the reinvesting of the King in his royall palace at White-Hall, and setling of the kingdome. Likewise, a letter from Carisbrooke, concerning the playing of a great game by the Kings Majesty, and Sir Oliver Cromwell, and the particulars touching Colonell Hammond.
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1648] Truth and love happily married in the saints, and in the churches of Christ the contract drawn in one of the spittle sermons, preached April 3, 1648 / by Thomas Hill …
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1642] The trade of truth advanced.: In a sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons, at their solemne fast, Iuly 27. 1642. By Thomas Hill, B.D. Pastor of the Church at Tychmersh in the countie of Northampton. Published by order of that House.
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1648] The strength of the saints to make Jesvs Christ their strength which heavenly skill was briefly commended and prescribed in a morning exercise in Westminster Abbey, the 19th of April, 1648 / by Thomas Hill …
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1648] The spring of strengthning grace in the Rock of Ages, Jesus Christ demonstrated in a plain and short sermon / preached at Twickenham in Middlesex, near Hampton-Court, April 16, 1648, by Thomas Hill …
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1644] The season for Englands selfe-reflection and advancing temple-vvork discovered in a sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament at Margarets Westminster, Aug. 13, 1644, being an extraordinary day of humiliation / by Thomas Hill …
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1645] The right separation incouraged;: in a sermon preached to the Right Honorable the House of Lords, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, on Wednesday, Novem. 27. 1644. being the day of the monethly publick fast. By Thomas Hill, B.D. pastor of Tychmersh in Northamptonshire, and one of the members of the Assembly of Divines.
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1648] An olive branch of peace and accommodation by Thomas Hill …
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1643] The militant chvrch trivmphant over the dragon and his angels presented in a sermon preached to both Houses of Parliament assembled on Friday the 21. of July, 1643 : being an extraordinary day of publikhumiliation appointed by them throughout London and Westminster : that every one might bitterly bewaile his own sins and cry mightily unto God for Christ his sake to remove his wrath and heale the land / By Tho. Hill…
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1644] The good old vvay, Gods vvay, to sovle-refreshing rest:: discovered in a sermon preached to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior and court of aldermen of the citie of London, at their anniversary meeting on Wednesday in Easter weeke at Christ-Church, Apr. 24. 1644 being the day of the monethly publike fast. By Thomas Hill B.D. Pastor of Tychmersh in Northampton shire. Imprimatur, Charles Herle.
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1648] God’s eternal preparations for his dying saints discovered in a sermon at Paul’s, May the 7th 1648 / by Thomas Hill …
      • Hill, Thomas, d. 1653. / [1648] The best and worst of Paul, and his character in both conditions link to Hill, Thomas, d. 1653
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      • Hoyle, Joshua, d. 1654. / [1645] Jehojadahs justice against Mattan, Baals priest: or The covenanters justice against idolaters. A sermon preacht upon occasion of a speech utter’d upon Tower-Hill. Wherein you may finde his likenesse to Mattan rather then to Christ. His place in John 11.48. charg’d upon himself. The weaknesse of the choice of his text. How great cause wee have to give thanks. By J.H. minister of the Gospel. link to Hoyle, Joshua, d. 1654
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      • Jackson, John. / [1641] The true euangelical temper wherein divinity and ecclesiastical history are interwoven, and mixed, both to the profit and delight of the Christian reader, and moderately, and soberly fitted to the present grand concernments of this state, and church / preached in three sermons at St. Martins in the Strand … by Jo. Jackson.
      • Jackson, John. / [1661] A treatise concerning mans future eternity wherein the great doctrine of the eternity of all mankind in the world to come, either in happiness or misery is proved, explained, and applyed / by John Jackson.
      • Jackson, John. / [1642] The booke of conscience opened and read in a sermon preached at the Spittle on Easter-Tuesday, being April 12, 1642 / by John Jackson.
      • Jackson, John, 1600-1648. / [1640] The key of knowledge. which is, a little booke intended to bee of good use, as for all degrees of Christians, so especially for religious families, and religious schooles. The full use and contents whereof must be enquired in the preface or introduction to the worke, which is (first) deliberately to be read of those who desire to receive profit by the booke. By John Jackson, rector of Marsk neere Richmond in York-shire.
      • Jackson, John, 1600-1648. / [1628] Ecclesiastes. The worthy church-man, or the faithfull minister of Iesvs Christ. Described by polishing the twelve stones in the high-priests pectorall, as they were first glossed and scholyed on in a Synod-sermon; and after enlarged by way of discourse, to his two brethren. By Iohn Iackson parson of Marske in Richmond-shire. link to Jackson, John, 1600-1648
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      • Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1655] A letter to Dr. E. Hyde in answer to one of his occasioned by the late insurrection at Salisbury.
      • Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1656] A debate concerning the English liturgy, both as established in & as abolished out of the worship of God drawn out in two English & two Latine epistles / written betwixt Edward Hyde … and John Ley …
      • Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1641] A comparison of the Parliamentary protestation with the late canonicall oath and the difference betwixt them as also the opposition betwixt the doctrine of the Church of England and that of Rome : so cleared that they who made scruple of the oath may cheerfully and without doubt addresse themselves to take the protestation : as also a fvrther discvssion of the case of conscience touching receiving the sacrament of the Lords Supper, when either bread or wine is wanting or when by antipathy or impotence the party that desires it cannot take it : wherein the impiety, injury and absurdity of the popish halfe communion is more fully declared and confuted : both which discourses were occasioned by a letter of a lay-gentle-man, lately written to the authour for his satisfaction touching the matters fore-mentioned / by John Ley … link to Ley, John, 1583-1662
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      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1684] The works of the Reverend and learned John Lightfoot D. D., late Master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge such as were, and such as never before were printed : in two volumes : with the authors life and large and useful tables to each volume : also three maps : one of the temple drawn by the author himself, the others of Jervsalem and the Holy Land drawn according to the author’s chorography, with a description collected out of his writings.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1700] Some genuine remains of the late pious and learned John Lightfoot, D.D. consisting of three tracts … : together with a large preface concerning the author, his learned debates in the assembly of divines, his peculiar opinions, his Christian piety, and the faithful discharge of his ministry.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1647] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons:: at their publique fast, holden in Margarets Westminster. Febr. 24. 1646./47. / By John
      • Lightfoot, Staffordiens. a Member of the Assembly of Divines.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1645] A sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons:: at Margarets Westminster, upon the 26. day of August 1645. being the day of their solemne monethly fast. / By John Lightfoot, a member of the Assembly of Divines.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1689] A letter to a member of Parliament on the account of some present transactions.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1655] The harmony, chronicle and order of the New Testament the text of the four evangelists methodized, story of the acts of the apostles analyzed, order of the epistles manifested, times of the revelation observed : all illustrated, with variety of observations upon the chiefest difficulties textuall & talmudicall, for clearing of their sense and language : with an additional discourse concerning the fall of Jerusalem and the condition of the Jews in that land afterward / John Lightfoot …
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1644] The harmony of the foure evangelists among themselves, and with the Old Testament : the first part, from the beginning of the gospels to the baptisme of our saviour, with an explanation of the chiefest difficulties both in language and sense / by John Lightfoote …
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1643] An handfull of gleanings out of the Book of Exodus probable solution of some of the mainest scruples, and explanation of the hardest places of that Booke … / by John Lightfoot …
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1642] A few, and new observations, vpon the booke of Genesis.: The most of them certaine, the rest probable, all harmelesse, strange, and rarely heard off before. By Iohn Lightfoote Staffordiens.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1629] Erubhin or Miscellanies Christian and Iudaicall, and others. Penned for recreation at vacant houres. By Iohn Lightfoote, Master in Arts, sometimes of Christs Colledge in Cambridge.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1643] Elias redivivus:: a sermon preached before the honorable House of Commons, in the parish of Saint Margarets West minster, at the publike fast, March 29, 1643. By John Lightfoote, preacher of the Gospel at Bartholomew Exchange, London.
      • Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1645] A commentary upon the Acts of the Apostles, chronicall and criticall the difficulties of the text explained, and the times of the story cast into annals : the first part, from the beginning of the Booke, to the end of the twelfth chapter : with a briefe survey of the contemporary story of the Jews and Romans / by John Lightfoot … link to Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675
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      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1661] The vvorks of Mr Stephen Marshall late minister of the Gospel at Finching-Field in Essex. And since at Ipswitch in Suffolk. The first part. Viz. I. Of Christ’s intercession. And of sins of infirmity. II. The high priviledge of beleevers. They are the sons of God. III. Faith the only means spiritually to feed on Christ. IV. Of self-denial. V. The saints duty to keep their heart in a good frame, etc. VI. The mystery of spiritual life. Attested by Ralph Venning. Thomas Lye. Thomas Jacomb.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1646] A tvvo-edged svvord out of the mouth of babes, to execute vengeance upon the enemy and avenger.: Presented in a sermon to the Right Honourable the House of Lords assembled in Parliament, in the Abbey-Church at Westminster, Octob. 28. 1646. the solemn day of their monthly fast. / By Stephen Marshall B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [Septemb. 8, 1643] The true copy of the letter which was sent from divers ministers by Mr. Marshall, and Mr. Nye to the Generall Assembly of Scotland.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] Threnodia, the churches lamentation for the good man his losse delivered in a sermon to the Right Honourable the two Houses of Parliament and the reverend Assembly of Divines at the funerall of that excellent man John Pym, Esquire, late a Member of the Honourable House of Commons : preached in the Abbey-Church of Westminster / by Stephen Marshall …
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1648] A thanksgiving sermon:: preached to the Right Honorable the Lord Maior, aldermen, and Common Councell of the Citie of London, upon occasion of the many late and signall victories, and deliverances vouchsafed to the Parliaments forces, in Pauls Church London, July 28. 1648. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1645] The strong helper or, The interest, and power of the prayers of the destitute, for the building up of Sion.: Opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, upon the solemn day of their monethly fast, April 30. 1645. / By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word, at Finching-field in Essex.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] The song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lambe:: opened in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, at their late solemne day of thanksgiving, Iune 15. 1643. for the discovery of a dangerous, desperate, and bloudy designe, tending to the utter subversion of the Parliament, and of the famous city of London. / By Stephen Marshall, B.D. and Pastor of Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of that House.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1648] The sinne of hardnesse of heart:: the nature, danger, and remedy of it. Opened in a sermon, preached to the Honorable House of Commons, July 28. 1648. being the day of their solemne monethly fast. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of that House.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647] A sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament,: at their solemn meeting to praise God for his infinite mercy in the restoring of the said Houses of Parliament to their honor and freedome with so little effusion of blood: at the Abbey-Church in Westminster, Aug. 12. 1647. / By Stephen Marshall, B.D. Minister of Finchingfield in Essex.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1653] A sermon preached to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and Court of Aldermen of the city of London, at their anniversary meeting on Easter Monday April 1652, at the Spittle wherein the unity of the saints with Christ, the head, and especially with the church, the body, with the duties thence arising, are endeavoured to be cleared : tending to heale our rents and divisions / by Stephen Marshal …
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647 i.e. 1648] A sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament:: at their late solemne fast, Januar. 26. 1647. at Margarets Westminster. / By Steven Marshall, B.D.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons,: now assembled in Parliament, at their publike fast, November 17. 1640. Upon 2 Chron. 15. 2. The Lord is with you, while yee bee with him: and if yee seek him, he will be found of you: but if yee forsake him, he will forsake you. / By Stephen Marshall, Batchelour in Divinity, minister of Finchingfield in Essex. Published by order of the said House.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] A sermon of the baptizing of infants preached in the Abbey-Church at Westminster at the morning lecture, appointed by the honorable House of Commons / by Stephen Marshall …
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1645] A sacred record to be made of Gods mercies to Zion:: a thanksgiving sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament, the Lord Major, Court of Aldermen, and Common-Councell of the city of London, at Christ-Church, June 19. 1645. Being the day of their publike thanksgiving to almighty God for the great and glorious victory obtained by the Parliaments army under the conduct of Sir Thomas Fairfax in Naseby-field. /
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] A sacred panegyrick, or A sermon of thanks-giving, preached to the two Houses of Parliament,: His Excellency the Earl of Essex, the Lord Major, court of alderman, and common councell of the city of London, the reverend Assembly of Divines, and commissioners from the Church of Scotland. Vpon occasion of their solemn feasting, to testifie their thankfullnes to God, and union and concord one with another, after so many designes to divide them, and thereby ruine the Kingdome, Ianuary 18. 1643. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the Lords and Commons.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647] The right vnderstanding of the times opened in a sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons, December 30, 1646, at Margaret Westminster, being the day of their solemne monethly fast / by Stephen Marshall …
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1642] Reformation and desolation, or, A sermon tending to the discovery of the symptomes of a people to whom God will by no meanes be reconciled preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Decemb. 22, 1641 / by Stephen Marshall …
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1657] The power of the civil magistrate in matters of religion vindicated the extent of his power determined in a sermon preached before the first Parliament on a monthly fast day / by … Mr. Stephen Marshall … / published by G. Firmin … with notes upon the sermon.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] A peace-offering to God a sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament at their publique thanksgiving, September 7, 1641 : for the peace concluded between England and Scotland / by Stephen Marshall …
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] A plea for defensive armes, or, A copy of a letter written by Mr. Stephen Marshall to a friend of his in the city, for the necessary vindication of himself and his ministerie, against that altogether groundlesse, most unjust and ungodly aspersion cast upon him by certain malignants in the city, and lately printed at Oxford, in their Mendacium aulicum, otherwise called, Mercurius Aulicus, and sent abroad into other nations to his perpetual infamie in which letter the accusation is fully answered, and together with that, the lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up defensive arms is briefly and learnedly asserted and demonstrated, texts of Scripture cleared, all objections to the contrary answered, to the full satisfaction of all those that desire to have their consciences informed in this great controversie.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [Novemb. 3. 1642] A most true and succinct relation of the late battell neere Kineton in VVarwick-shire: expressed in a letter from that godly and reverend divine Master Stephen Marshall, to his friend a worthy Member of the Honourable House of Commons.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] Meroz cursed, or, A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons, at their late solemn fast, Febr. 23, 1641 by Stephen Marshall …
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1641] Meroz curse for not helping the Lord against the mightie being the substance of a sermon, preached on a day of humiliation, at St. Sepulchers, London, Decemb. 2. 1641 / by that powerfull and Godly divine, Mr. Stephen Marshall ; published in one sheet of paper, (not by the author) but by a lover of the truth, for their good especially, that are not able to buy bigger bookes ; being a very seasonable subject, wherein all that either out of policie or sloth, rfuse to helpe the Lord, may see their danger, and they that are willing are called, and directions given to them both what manner of persons they ought to be, and what they ought to doe to help the Lord ; wherein also every true Christian may see, that though they be never so weake or poore, yet they may, and ought to helpe the Lord, and by what meanes.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] A letter from Mr. Marshall and Mr. Nye, appointed assistants to the commissioners of Scotland to their brethren in England, concerning the successe of their affaires there, partly concerning the covenant.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1645] Gods master-piece.: A sermon tending to manifest Gods glorious appearing in the building up of Zion: preached to the Right Honourable the House of Peers, in the Abbey Church of Westminster, March 26. 1645. Being the day of the monthly publike fast, / by Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word, at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the House of Peeres.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1647] An expedient to preserve peace and amity, among dissenting brethren. By a brother in Christ.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1648] Emmanuel:: a thanksgiving-sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons upon their solemn day of praising God for the victory obtained by the Parliaments forces in Southvvales. In the church of Margarets Westminster, May 17. 1648. / By Stephen Marshall B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finchingfield in Essex.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1644] 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. / [1646] A defence of infant-baptism:: in answer to two treatises, and an appendix to them concerning it; lately published by Mr. Jo. Tombes. Wherein that controversie is fully discussed, the ancient and generally received use of it from the apostles dayes, untill the Anabaptists sprung up in Germany, manifested. The arguments for it from the holy Scriptures maintained, and the objections against it answered. / By Steven Marshall B.D. minister of the Gospell, at Finchingfield in Essex.
      • Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. / [1643] A copy of a letter written by Mr. Stephen Marshall: to a friend of his in the city, for the necessary vindication of himself and his ministry, against that altogether groundlesse, most unjust, and ungodly aspersion cast upon him by certaine malignants in the city, and lately printed at Oxford, in their Mendacium Aulicum, otherwise called Mercurius Aulicus, and sent abroad into other nations to his perpetuall infamy. In which letter the accusation is fully answered. And together with that, the lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up defensive arms is briefly and learnedly asserted and demonstrated, texts of Scripture cleared, all objections to the contrary answered, to the full satisfaction of all those that desire to have their consciences informed in this great controversie. link to Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655____________________________________________________________________________
      • Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1646] A shadovv of the victory of Christ,: represented to the Honourable House of Commons, in a sermon preached at Margarets Westminster on the day of the publick fast, Octob. 28. 1646. / By John Maynard, Minister of the Gospel at Mayfield in Sussex.
      • Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1645] A sermon preached to the Honorable House of Commons,: at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, Feb. 26. 1644. / By John Maynard, minister of the Word of God at Mayfield in Sussex, and a member of the Assembly of Divines.
      • Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1669] A memento to young and old: or, The young man’s remembrancer, and the old man’s monitor. By that eminent and judicious divine, Mr. John Maynard, late of Mayfield in Sussex. Published by William Gearing, minister of the Gospel.
      • Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1674] The law of God ratified by the gospel of Christ, or, The harmony of the doctrine of faith with the law of righteousness wherein many of the types and rites of the ceremonial law are unfolded, and the moral law adjusted a rule of holy living to all, though justified by faith / as it was delivered in several sermons preacht to the parochial congregation of Mayfield in Sussex by Mr. Mainard late rector thereof, publisht since his death.
      • Maynard, John, 1600-1665. / [1668] The beauty and order of the creation together with natural and allegorical meditations on the six dayes works of the creation : with the addition of two compendious discourses : I. of the creation of man after the image of God, II. of the creation of angels, with a description of their several properties / by … Mr. John Maynard … ; published by William Gearing link to Maynard, John, 1600-1665
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      • Nye, Philip / [1643] Two speeches delivered before the subscribing of the Covenant, the 25. of September, at St. Margarets in Westminster the one by Mr. Philip Nye, the other by Mr. Alexander Henderson. link to Nye, Philip
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      • Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647. / [M.DC.XLIII. 1643] Scripture and reason pleaded for defensive armes: or The whole controversie about subjects taking up armes. Wherein besides other pamphlets, an answer is punctually directed to Dr. Fernes booke, entituled, Resolving of conscience, &c. The scriptures alleadged are fully satisfied. The rationall discourses are weighed in the ballance of right reason. Matters of fact concerning the present differences, are examined. Published by divers reverend and learned divines. It is this fourteenth day of Aprill, 1643. ordered by the Committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning printing, that this booke, entituled Scripture and reason pleaded for defensive armes, be printed by Iohn Bellamy and Ralph Smith. John White.
      • Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647. / [1643] The necessity and encouragement, of utmost venturing for the churches help together with the sin, folly, and mischief of self-idolizing applyed by a representation of 1. some of the most notorious nationall sins endangering us, 2. the heavy weight of wrath manifested in our present calamities, yet withall, grounds of 3. confidence, that our church shall obtain deliverance in the issue, 4. hopes that the present Parliament shall be still imployed in the working of it : all set forth in a sermon, preached to the honorable House of Commons, on the day of the monethly solemn fast, 28. June, 1643 / by Herbert Palmer …
      • Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647. / [1670] Memorials of godliness & Christianity in three parts : with a brief account of the authors life / by Herbert Palmer.
      • Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647. / [1644] The glasse of Gods providence towards his faithfvll ones held forth in a sermon preached to the two Houses of Parliament at Margarets Westminster, Aug. 13, 1644, being an extraordinary day of humiliation : wherein is discovered the great failings that the best are liable unto, upon which God is provoked sometimes to take vengeance : the whole is applyed specially to a more carefull observation of our late covenant, and particularly against the ungodly toleration pleaded for under pretence of liberty of conscience / by Herbert Palmer …
      • Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647. / [1644] An endeavovr of making the principles of Christian religion, namely the Creed, the Ten Commandements, the Lords prayer, and the Sacraments, plaine and easie tending to the more speedy instruction of the meanest capacities, and weakest memories, and for the making triall also of their understandings, who though they have attained some measure of saving knowledge, yet through the weaknesse of their abilities cannot expresse even that which they doe conceive. link to Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647
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      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The wall & glory of Jerusalem,: in a sermon preached in St. Pauls-Church London, before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor, Lord General, aldermen, Common Council, and companies of the Honorable City of London, February 28. 1659. Being a day of solemn thanksgiving unto God, for restoring the Parliament and Common Council, and for preserving the City. By Edward Reynolds D.D.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1640] A treatise of the passions and faculties of the soule of man. With the severall dignities and corruptions thereunto belonging. By Edvvard Reynoldes, late preacher to the honorable society of Lincoln’s Inne: and now rector of the Church of Braunston in Northamptonshire.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] True gain, opened in a sermon preached at Pauls, Nov. 9. 1656 by Edward Reynolds, D.D.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1631] Three treatises of the vanity of the creature. The sinfulnesse of sinne. The life of Christ. Being the substance of severall sermons preached at Lincolns Inne: by Edward Reynoldes, preacher to that honourable society, and late fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The substance of two sermons one touching composing of controversies, another touching unity of judgement and love amongst brethren : preached in two honourable conventions of parliament : the former, Jan. 27, 1657, the other, Feb. 4, 1658 / by Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1663] The staves of beauty & bands opened in a sermon preached at Yarmovth, August 23, 1663 / by Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1657] Sions praises.: Opened in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, aldermen and common council of London: on the day of solemn thanksgiving unto God for his long and gracious preservation of that great city, from pestilence, fire, and other dangers. By Edward Reynolds. D.D.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1636] The shieldes of the earth. A sermon preached before the reverend judges, Sir Richard Hutten, and Sir George Crooke, at the assizes holden at North-hampton: February 25. 1634. By Edward Reynolds, rector of the church of Braunston in North-hampton shire.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1658] A sermon touching the use of humane learning preached in Mercers-Chappel at the funeral of that learned gentleman, Mr. John Langley, late school-master of Pauls School in London, on the 21 day of September, 1657 / by Ed. Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1638] A sermon touching the peace and edification of the church preached at the second triennial visitation of the right reverend father in God, Francis Lord Bishop of Peterborough, at Daventry in Northamptonshire, July 12. 1637 / by Edvvard Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1678] A sermon preached in St. Paul’s before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor by Dr. Edward Reynolds, late Lord Bishop of Norwich.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1666] A sermon preached before the peers in the Abby Church at Westminster, November 7, 1666 being a day of solemn humiliation for the continuing pestilence / by Edward Lord Bishop of Norwich.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1669] A sermon preached before the King upon the twenty eighth of March, 1669 by Edward Lord Bishop of Norwich.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1668] A sermon preached before the king at White-Hall on March 22, 1667, being Easter-day / by Edward Lord Bishop of Norwich.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1652] Self-deniall opened and applyed in a sermon before the Reverend Assembly of Divines on a day of their private humiliation / by Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1658] The rich mans charge delivered in a sermon at the Spittle vpon Monday in Easter week, 12 April 1658, before the lord major, &c., by Edw. Reynolds.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [Printed 1648] Questions extracted out of the ordinance of Parliament to be propounded to receivers of the Lords Supper.: Answers whereunto may be easily gathered out of the scriptures by such as do desire to be admitted.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1662] Preaching of Christ opened in a sermon preached at St. Peters Church in the city of Norwich at an ordination Septemb. 22, 1661 / by Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The peace of Jerusalem a sermon preached in the Parliament House, Jan. 9, 1656 : being a day of private humiliation kept by the members thereof / by Edward Reynolds.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1663] The pastoral office opened in a visitation-sermon preached at Ipsvvich October 10, 1662. / by Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The misery of a deserted people opened in a sermon preached at Pauls before the Lord Major, aldermen, and Common-Councel, Decemb. 2, 1659, being a day of solemn humiliation by them appointed / by Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1638] Meditations on the holy sacrament of the Lords last Supper. Written many yeares since by Edvvard Reynolds then fellow of Merton College in Oxford.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1677] Meditations on the fall and rising of St. Peter by Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The meanes and method of healing in the Church.: Set forth in a sermon. Preached before the Right Honourable the House of Peers in Westminster Abby, April 30. 1660. being a day of solemn humiliation to seek God for his blessing on the counsels of the Parliament. By Edward Reynolds, D.D. and Dean of Christ-Church.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1655] Joy in the Lord: opened in a sermon preached at Pauls, May 6. / By Edward Reynolds, D.D.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The Lords property in His redeemed people.: Opened in a sermon at St. Pauls Church, London, Octob. 28. / By Edward Reynolds, D.D. and chaplain in ordinary to the Kings Majesty. Printed by the order of the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1645 i.e. 1649] Israels prayer in time of trouble with Gods gracious answer thereunto, or, An explication of the 14th chapter of the Prophet Hosea in seven sermons preached upon so many days of solemn humiliation / by Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1650] The humble proposals of sundry learned and pious divines within this kingdome concerning the engagement intended to be imposed on them for their subscriptions.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] Gods fidelity, the churches safety opened in a sermon preached before the lord major, aldermen, and common-councel, at Lawrence-Jury Church, on Wednesday Septem. 15, 1658 : being a day of humiliation by them appointed / by Edward Reynolds.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1632] An explication of the hundreth and tenth Psalme wherein the severall heads of Christian religion therein contained; touching the exaltation of Christ, the scepter of his kingdome, the character of his subjects, his priesthood, victories, sufferings, and resurrection, are largely explained and applied. Being the substance of severall sermons preached at Lincolns Inne; by Edward Reynoldes sometimes fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford, late preacher to the foresaid honorable society, and rector of the church of Braunston in Northhampton-shire.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1642] Evgenia’s teares for Great Brittaynes distractions, or, Some slender observations reflecting on those sad times written by E.R.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] Divine efficacy without humane power.: Opened in a sermon preached at St. Margarets Church in Westminster before the Right Honourable the House of Commons, June 28. 1660. Being the day of solemne thanksgiving for the happy return of the Kings Majesty.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1658] The comfort and crown of great actions.: In a sermon preached, Decemb. 4. 1657. Before the honorable East-India company. By Edward Reynolds, D.D.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1662] The churches triumph over death opend in a sermon preached Septemb. 11, 1660, at the funeral of the most religious and vertuous lady, the Lady Mary Langham / by Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] The brand pluck’d out of the fire a sermon preached before the lord major, aldermen, and companies of London on Novemb. 5 at Pauls by Edward Reynolds.
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1660] The author and subject of healing in the church set forth in a sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Parliament of England at St. Margarets Church in Westminster, on Wednesday, April 25, 1660, being the day of their assembly / by Dr. Edward Reynolds …
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1669] Annotations on the book of Ecclesiastes
      • Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676. / [1659] Animalis homo concio Latine habita ad Academicos Oxonienses, nono die Octobris 1649 pro inchoando termino / authore Ed. Reynoldo. link to Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676
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      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1652] The tryal & triumph of faith: or, An exposition of the history of Christs dispossessing of the daughter of the woman of Canaan. Delivered in sermons; in which are opened, the victory of faith; the condition of those that are tempted; the excellency of Jesus Christ and free-grace; and some speciall grounds and principles of libertinisme and antinomian errors, discovered by Samuel Rutherfurd, professor of divinity in the University of St. Andrews. Published by authority.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1657 i.e. 1656] A treatise of civil policy:: being a resolution of forty three questions concerning prerogative, right and priviledge, in reference to the supream prince and the people. / By Samuel Rutherford professor of divintiy of St Andrews in Scotland.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1658] A survey of the Survey of that summe of church-discipline penned by Mr. Thomas Hooker … wherein the way of the churches of N. England is now re-examined … / by Samuel Rutherfurd …
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1648] A survey of the spirituall antichrist opening the secrets of familisme and antinomianisme in the antichristian doctrine of John Saltmarsh and Will. Del, the present preachers of the army now in England, and of Robert Town, Tob. Crisp, H. Denne, Eaton, and others : in which is revealed the rise and spring of Antinomians, Familists, Libertines, Swenck-feldians, Enthysiasts, &c. : the minde of Luther, a most professed opposer of Antinomians, is cleared, and diverse considerable points of the law and the Gospel … are discovered : in two parts / by Samuel Rutherfurd …
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1644] A sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their late solemne fast, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1644 by Samuel Rutherfurd.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1645] A sermon preached before the Right Honorable House of Lords,: in the Abbey Church at Westminster, Wednesday the 25. day of Iune, 1645. Being the day appointed for a solemne and publique humiliation. / By Samuel Rutherfurd Professor of Divinitie at St. Andrews.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1642] A peaceable and temperate plea for Pauls presbyterie in Scotland, or, A modest and brotherly dispute of the government of the Church of Scotland wherein our discipline is demonstrated to be the true apostolick way of divine truth, and the arguments on the contrary are friendly dissolved, the grounds of separation and the indepencie [sic] of particular congregations, in defence of ecclesiasticall presbyteries, synods, and assemblies, are examined and tryed / by Samuell Rutherfurd …
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [Octob. 7, 1644] Lex, rex The law and the prince : a dispute for the just prerogative of king and people : containing the reasons and causes of the most necessary defensive wars of the kingdom of Scotland and of their expedition for the ayd and help of their dear brethren of England : in which their innocency is asserted and a full answer is given to a seditious pamphlet intituled Sacro-sancta regum majestas, or, The sacred and royall prerogative of Christian kings, under the name of J. A. but penned by Jo. Maxwell the excommunicate P. Prelat. : with a scripturall confutation of the ruinous grounds of W. Barclay, H. Grotius, H. Arnisœus, Ant. de Domi P. Bishop of Spalata, and of other late anti-magistratical royalists, as the author of Ossorianum, D. Fern, E. Symmons, the doctors of Aberdeen, &c. : in XLIV questions.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1664] Joshua redivivus, or, Mr. Rutherfoord’s letters divided into two parts, the first, containing these which were written from Aberdeen, where he was confined by a sentence of the high commission … partly on account of his non-conformance : the second, containing some which were written from Anwoth … / now published for the use of all the people of God … by a wellwisher to the work & people of God.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1659] Influences of the life of grace. Or, A practical treatise concerning the way, manner, and means of having and improving of spiritual dispositions,: and quickning influences from Christ the resurrection and the life. By Samuel Rutherfurd, Professor of Divinity in the Vniversity of St. Andrews in Scotland.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [MDCIL. 1649] A free disputation against pretended liberty of conscience: tending to resolve doubts moved by Mr. John Goodwin, John Baptist, Dr. Jer. Taylor, the Belgick Arminians, Socinians, and other authors contending for lawlesse liberty, or licentious toleration of sects and heresies. / By Samuel Rutherfurd professor of divinity in the University of St. Andrews.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1644] The due right of presbyteries, or, A peaceable plea for the government of the Church of Scotland … by Samuel Rutherfurd …
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [MDCXLVI. 1646] The divine right of church-government and excommunication: or a peacable dispute for the perfection of the holy scripture in point of ceremonies and church government;: in which the removal of the Service-book is justifi’d, the six books of Tho: Erastus against excommunication are briefly examin’d; with a vindication of that eminent divine Theod: Beza against the aspersions of Erastus, the arguments of Mr. William Pryn, Rich: Hooker, Dr. Morton, Dr. Jackson, Dr. John Forbes, and the doctors of Aberdeen; touching will-worship, ceremonies, imagery, idolatry, things indifferent, an ambulatory government; the due and just powers of the magistrate in matters of religion, and the arguments of Mr. Pryn, in so far as they side with Erastus, are modestly discussed. To which is added, a brief tractate of scandal … / By Samuel Rutherfurd, Professor of Divinity in the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Published by authority.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1655] The covenant of life opened, or, A treatise of the covenant of grace containing something of the nature of the covenant of works, the soveraignty of God, the extent of the death of Christ … the covenant of grace … of surety or redemption between the Lord and the Son Jesus Christ, infants right to Jesus Christ and the seal of baptisme : with some practicall questions and observations / by Samuel Rutherford …
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [ca. 1660] Christs napkin: or, A sermon preached in Kirkcubright at the Communion, May 12. 1633. By that flower of the Church; famous, famous, Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd. Never before printed.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [1647] Christ dying and drawing sinners to himself, or, A survey of our Saviour in his soule-suffering, his lovelynesse in his death, and the efficacie thereof in which some cases of soule-trouble in weeke beleevers … are opened … delivered in sermons on the Evangel according to S. John Chap. XII, vers. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 … / by Samuel Rutherford.
      • Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661. / [ca. 1660] Christ and the doves heavenly salutations, with their pleasant conference together: or A sermon before the communion in Anwoth. Anno 1630. By that flour of the Church, Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd. link to Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661
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      • Scudder, Henry, d. 1659? / [1631] The Christians daily walke in holy securitie and peace. Being an answer to these questions, 1. How a man may doe each present dayes worke, with Christian chearefulnesse? 2. How to beare each present dayes crosse with Christian patience? Containing familiar directions; shewing 1. How to walke with God in the whole course of a mans life. 2. How to be upright in the said walking. 3. How to liue without taking care or thought any thing. 4. How to get and keepe true peace with God; wherein are manifold helpes to prevent and remove damnable presumption: also to quiet and to ease distressed consciences. First intended for private use; now (through importunity) published for the common good. By Henry Scudder, preacher of the word. link to Scudder, Henry, d. 1659?
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      • Seaman, Lazarus, d. 1675. / [1651] Reverend and beloved, it hath pleased the Right Honorable the Lord Major of the City of London, once and again to write unto the ministers thereof respectively, in a very pious and pathetical manner. …: link to Seaman, Lazarus, d. 1675____________________________________________________________________________
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1657] The way of God with his people in these nations opened in a thanksgiving sermon, preached on the 5th of November, 1656, before the Right Honorable the High Court of Parliament / by Peter Sterry.
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1648] The teachings of Christ in the soule.: Opened in a sermon before the Right Honble House of Peers, in Covent-garden-Church, upon the solemne day of their monthly fast, March 29. 1648. / By Peter Sterry, M.A. sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge: and now preacher of the Gospel in London. Published by order of that House.
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1645] The spirit convincing of sinne opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons, assembled in Parliament upon the solemne day of their monethly fast, Novemb. 26, 1645 / by Peter Sterry …
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1683] The rise, race, and royalty of the kingdom of God in the soul of man opened in several sermons upon Matthew 18.3 : as also the loveliness & love of Christ set forth in several other sermons upon Psal. 45. v. 1, 2. : together with an account of the state of a saint’s soul and body in death / by Peter Sterry …
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1670] Free grace exalted, and thence deduced evangelical rules for evangelical sufferings : in two discourses made 29 March, and 10 May 1670, from Rom. 5, 21.
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1652] England’s deliverance from the northern presbytery, compared with its deliverance from the Roman papacy by Peter Sterry, once fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, now preacher to the Right Honorable the Councell of State, sitting at White-Hall.
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1675] A discourse of the freedom of the will by Peter Sterry …
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1648] The clouds in which Christ comes opened in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, assembled in Parliament, upon the solemne day of their monthly fast, Octob. 27, 1647 / by Peter Sterry …
      • Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672. / [1650 i.e. 1649] The commings [sic] forth of Christ in the power of his death.: Opened in a sermon preached before the High Court of Parliament, on Thursday the first of Novem. 1649. being a publike thanksgiving for the victories obtained by the Parliaments forces in Ireland, especially for the taking of Droghedah, since which Wexford also was taken. By Peter Sterry, sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge: and now preacher of the Gospel in London. link to Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672
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      • Strickland, John, 1600 or 1601-1670. / [1641] The Kings entertainment at Yorke: as it was related by John Strickland, the 22. of March, 1641. who came out of Yorke, on Saturday last at nine of the clocke. link to Strickland, John, 1600 or 1601-1670
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      • Thorowgood, Thomas, d. ca. 1669. / [1650] Ievves in America, or, Probabilities that the Americans are of that race.: With the removall of some contrary reasonings, and earnest desires for effectuall endeavours to make them Christian. / Proposed by Tho: Thorovvgood, B.D. one of the Assembly of Divines.
      • Thorowgood, Thomas, d. ca. 1669. / [1652] Digitus dei: nevv discoveryes with sure arguments to prove that the Jews (a Nation) or people lost in the world for the space of near 200 years, inhabite now in America; how they came thither; their manners, customs, rites and ceremonies; the unparallel’d cruelty of the Spaniard to them; and that the Americans are of that race. Manifested by reason and scripture, which foretell the calling of the Jewes; and the restitution of them into their own land, and the bringing back of the ten tribes from all the ends and corners of the earth, and that great battell to be fought. With the removall of some contrary reasonings, and an earnest desire for effectuall endeavours to make them Christians. Whereunto is added an epistolicall discourse of Mr John Dury, with the history of Ant: Monterinos, attested by Manasseh Ben Israell, a chief rabby. By Tho: Thorowgood, B:D. link to Thorowgood, Thomas, d. ca. 1669
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      • Twisse, William, 1578?-1646. / [1646] A treatise of Mr. Cottons clearing certaine doubts concerning predestination together with an examination thereof / written by William Twisse …
      • Twisse, William, 1578?-1646. / [1653] The riches of Gods love unto the vessells of mercy, consistent with his absolute hatred or reprobation of the vessells of wrath, or, An answer unto a book entituled, Gods love unto mankind … in two bookes, the first being a refutation of the said booke, as it was presented in manuscript by Mr Hord unto Sir Nath. Rich., the second being an examination of certain passages inserted into M. Hords discourse (formerly answered) by an author that conceales his name, but was supposed to be Mr Mason … / by … William Twisse … ; whereunto are annexed two tractates of the same author in answer unto D.H. … ; together with a vindication of D. Twisse from the exceptions of Mr John Goodwin in his Redemption redeemed, by Henry Jeanes …
      • Twisse, William, 1578?-1646. / [1641] Of the morality of the fourth commandement as still in force to binde Christians delivered by way of answer to the translator of Doctor Prideaux his lecture, concerning the doctrine of the Sabbath … / written by William Twisse …
      • Twisse, William, 1578?-1646. / [1631?] The doctrine of the synod of Dort and Arles, reduced to the practise. With a consideration thereof, and representation with what sobriety it proceeds.
      • Twisse, William, 1578?-1646. / [Imprinted anno M.DC.XXXI. 1631] A discovery of D. Iacksons vanitie. Or A perspective glasse, wherby the admirers of D. Iacksons profound discourses, may see the vanitie and weaknesse of them, in sundry passages, and especially so farre as they tende to the undermining of the doctrine hitherto received. Written by William Twisse, Doctor of Divinitie, as they say, from whom the copie came to the presse.
      • Twisse, William, 1578?-1646. / [1632] A briefe catecheticall exposition of Christian doctrine. Diuided into foure catechismes, comprizing the doctrine of the 1. Two sacraments. 2. Lords prayer. 3. Ten commandements. 4. And the creed. link to Twisse, William, 1578?-1646
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      • Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656. / [1662] Gods drawing, and mans coming to Christ discovered in 32 sermons on John 6. 44 : with the difference between a true inward Christian, and the outward formalist, in three sermons on Rom. 2. 28, 29 / by … Richard Vines … link to Vines, Richard, 1600?-1656
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      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1642] 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. / [1624] The svmme of a dispvtation betweene Mr. VValker, pastor of St. Iohn Euanglists [sic] in Watling-street London, and a popish priest calling himselfe Mr. Smith, but indeed Norrice assisted by other priests and papists : held in the presence of some worthy knights, with other gentlemen of both religions.
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1641] Socinianisme in the fundamentall point of justification discovered, and confuted, or, An answer to a written pamphlet maintaining that faith is in a proper sense without a trope imputed to beleevers in justification wherein the Socinian fallacies are discovered and confuted, and the true Christian doctrine maintained, viz. that the righteousnesse by which true beleevers are justified before God is the perfect righteousnesse and obedience which the Lord Iesus Christ God and man did perform to the Law of God, both in his life and death / by George Walker …
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1642] 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. / [1645] A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons at their late solemne monethly fast Januarie 29th, 1644 wherein these foure necessary considerations are plainly proved and demonstrated out of the holy Scriptures, viz … / by George Walker …
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1646] A modell of the government of the church under the gospel,: by presbyters, proved out of the holy scriptures, to be that one, onely uniform government of the universall visible church, and of all nationall, provinciall, classicall and congregationall churches: which is according to the will and appointment of Jesus Christ. Which may serve to stay such as are doubting, with hope of full satisfaction, and clear demonstration of this truth, shortly to be made by the reverend Assembly of Divines. / Composed by a Presbyterian minister of the city of London, and approved by divers of his learned brethren, and at their request published.
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1641] The manifold vvisedome of God. In the divers dispensation of grace by Iesus Christ, In the Old New Testament. In the covenant of faith. workes. Their agreement and difference. By G. Walker, B.D. pastor of Saint Iohn the Evangelist in Watlingstreet.
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [MDCXLI 1641] The key of saving knovvledge, opening out of the holy Scriptures, the right way, and straight passage to eternall life, or, A dialogue wherein the chiefe principles of the Christian religion are unfolded for the enabling of Christian people, to understand the Word of God … composed by Geo. Walker …
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1641] The history of the creation as it is written by Moses in the first and second chapters of Genesis : plainly opened and expounded in severall sermons preached in London : whereunto is added a short treatise of Gods actuall Providence in ruling, ordering, and governing the world and all things therein / by G.W.
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1641] God made visible in his workes, or, A treatise of the externall workes of God first, in generall, out of the words of the Psalmist, Psalm 35, 6 : secondly, in particular of the Creation, out of the words of Moses, Genesis, Chap. 1 and 2 : thirdly, of Gods actuall Providence / by George Walker …
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [M.DC.XXIIII. 1624] Fishers folly unfolded: or The vaunting Iesuites vanity discovered in a challenge of his (by him proudly made, but on his part poorely performed.) Vndertaken and answered by George Walker pastor of S. Iohn Euangelist in Watlingstreet London.
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [in the yeare 1638] The doctrine of the Sabbath. Wherein the first institution of the vveekly Sabbath, with the time thereof, the nature of the law binding man to keep it, the true ground, and necessity of the first institution, and of the observation of it, on the severall day in the Old Testament, and also of the moving of it to the first day under the Gospel, are laid open and proved out of the Holy Scriptures. Also besides the speciall dueties necessarily required for the due sanctification thereof, those two profitable points are proved by demonstrations out of Gods Word. First, that the Lord Christ God and man, is the Lord of the Sabbath, on whom the Sabbath was first founded…2. That the faithfull under the Gospell are as necessarily bound to keep the weekly Sabbath of the Lords day… Deliverd in divers sermons by George Walker B. of Divinity and pastor of St. Iohn Evangelists Church in London.
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1641] A defence of the true sence and meaning of the words of the Holy Apostle, Rom. chap. 4, ver. 3, 5, 9 in an answer to sundry arguments gathered from the forenamed Scriptures by Mr. Iohn Goodwin, which answer was first dispersed without the authors name, but since acknowledged by Mr George Walker : together with a reply to the former answer, or, animadversions upon some of the looser and fouler passages thereof / by Iohn Goodwin.
      • Walker, George, 1581?-1651. / [1645] A brotherly and friendly censure of the errour of a dear friend and brother in Christian affection,: in an answer to his four questions lately sent abroad in print to the view of the world. Published according to order. link to Walker, George, 1581?-1651