Primary Sources ~ Church of Scotland

Lex, rex: The law and the prince. A dispute for the just prerogative of king and people (1644) by Samuel Rutherford
Male audis or An answer to Mr. Coleman his Malè dicis (1646) by George Gillespie
Mr. Rutherfoord’s letters, the third edition now divided in three parts (1675) by Samuel Rutherford
Nihil respondes: or, A discovery of the extream unsatisfactorinesse of Master Colemans peece (1645) by George Gillespie
Operis historici et chronologici libri duo (1668) by Robert Baillie
Prelacie is miserie (1641) by Robert Baillie
Protestation of the noblemen, barrons, gentlemen, borrowes, ministers, and commons, subscribers of the confession of Faith and Covenant (1638) by Alexander Henderson
Reformation of church-government in Scotland, cleered from some mistakes and prejudices, by the Commissioners (1644) by Alexander Henderson
Satan the leader in chief to all who resist the reparation of Sion (1643) by Robert Baillie
The answeres of some brethren of the minitserie, to the replyes of the ministers and professours of divinitie in Aberdene (1638) by Alexander Henderson
The covenant of life opened: or, A treatise of the covenant of grace (1655) by Samuel Rutherford
The declaration of Mr. Alexander Henderson (1648) by Alexander Henderson
The Dissvvasive from the errors of the time, vindicated from the exceptions of Mr. Cotton and Mr. Tombes. (1655) by Robert Baillie
The divine right of church-government and excommunication (1646) by Samuel Rutherford
The due right of presbyteries (1644) by Samuel Rutherford
The government and order of the Church of Scotland (1641) by Alexander Henderson
The life of William now Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, examined (1643) by Robert Baillie
The power and prevalency of faith and prayer evidenced (1713) by Samuel Rutherford
The preeminence of the election of kings, or, A plea for the peoples rights (1648) by Samuel Rutherford
The tryal and triumph of faith (1645) by Samuel Rutherford