Primary Sources ~ Parliament

The church sinking, saved by Christ. Set out in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the House of Lords (1645) by Simeon Ashe
The churches duty, for received mercies (1647) by John Greene
The clouds in which Christ comes. Opened in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons (1648) by Peter Sterry
The comings forth of Christ in the power of his death (1650) by Peter Sterry
The covenant-avenging sword brandished: in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons (1643) by John Arrowsmith
The craft and cruelty of the churches adversaries (1643) by Matthew Newcomen
The danger of greatnesse (1646) by Jeremiah Whittaker
The danger of vowes neglected and the necessitie of reformation (1646) by Francis Taylor
The danger of vowes neglected, and the necessitie of reformation (1646) by Francis Taylor
The difficulty of Sions deliverance and reformation (1644) by Humphrey Hardwick
The difficulty of, and the encouragements to a reformation (1643) by Anthony Burgess
The duty & honour of church-restorers (1646) by Herbert Palmer
The first sermon upon Hosea, chap. 14, vers. 1, 2 (1649) by Edward Reynolds
The first sermon, preached to the Honourable House of Commons… Novemb. 17. 1640. (1641) by Cornelius Burges
The fury of vvarre, and folly of sinne (1643) by John Ley
The gainefull cost. As it was delivered in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords (1644) by Henry Wilkinson, Jr.
The glasse of Gods providence towards his faithfull ones (1644) by Herbert Palmer
The good man a publick good, 1. passively, 2. actively. (1643) by Daniel Cawdrey
The good of a good government, and well grounded peace (1645) by John Foxcroft
The good-vvill of him that dwelt in the bush: or, The extraordinary happinesse of living under an extraordinary providence (1645) by John Ward