Primary Sources ~ Parliament

The speech or declaration of Mr. St.-Iohn, His Majesties Solicitor Generall. Delivered at a conference of both Houses of Parliament (1641) by Oliver St. John
The speeches of Sr. Benjamin Rudyer in the high court of Parliament. (1641) by Benjamin Rudyerd
The spirit convincing of sinne. Opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons (1645) by Peter Sterry
The strong helper or, The interest, and power of the prayers of the destitute, for the building up of Sion (1645) by Stephen Marshall
The substance of that vvhich was deliuered in a sermon before the Commons House of Parliament (1621) by James Ussher
The substance of two sermons (1659) by Edward Reynolds
The teachings of Christ in the soule. Opened in a sermon before the Right Honble House of Peers (1648) by Peter Sterry
The trade of truth advanced (1642) by Thomas Hill
The troubles of Jerusalems restauration, or, The Churches reformation (1646) by John White
The trust and the account of a stevvard, laid open in a sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons (1647) by William Strong
The way of God with his people in these nations. Opened in a thanksgiving sermon, preached on the 5th of November, 1656 (1657) by Peter Sterry
The way to the highest honour. Presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Peeres (1647) by William Strong
The woe and weale of Gods people (1643) by John Conant
The workes of Ephesus explained in a sermon (1642) by Joseph Caryl
The workes of the most reverend father in God, Iames Vssher, Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate of Ireland (1631) by James Ussher
Things now-a-doing: or, The churches travaile of the child of reformation now-a-bearing (1644) by Stanley Gower
Threnodia. The churches lamentation for the good man his losse (1644) by Stephen Marshall
Tvvo sermons preached to the Honorable House of Commons…Novem. 17. 1640 (1641) by Cornelius Burges
Tvvo speeches in Parliament of the right honourable William, Lord Vicount Say and Seale (1641) by William Fiennes
Tvvo speeches spoken by the Earl of Manchester, and Jo: Pym Esq (1643) by Edward Montagu