Primary Sources ~ Daniel Featley

A parallel: of new-old Pelagiarminian error. (1626) by Daniel Featley
A second parallel together with a writ of error sued against the appealer (1626) by Daniel Featley
A warning for England especially for London (1642) by Daniel Featley
Ancilla pietatis: or, The hand-maid to priuate deuotion (1626) by Daniel Featley
Clavis mystica: a key opening divers difficult and mysterious texts of Holy Scripture (1636.) by Daniel Featley
Cygnea cantio: or, Learned decisions, and most prudent and pious directions for students in divinitie (1629) by Daniel Featley
Dr. Daniel Featley revived. Or The faithfull shepheard (1661) by Daniel Featley
Featl├Ži palggenesia: or, Doctor Daniel Featley revived (1660) by Daniel Featley
Katabaptistai katapt├╝stoi. The dippers dipt, or, the Anabaptists dvck’d and plvng’d over head and eares, at a disputation in Southwark. (1645) by Daniel Featley
Parallelismus nov-antiqui erroris Pelagiarminiani (1626) by Daniel Featley
Pelagius redivivus. Or Pelagius raked out of the ashes by Arminius and his schollers (1626) by Daniel Featley
Roma ruens, Romes ruine (1644) by Daniel Featley
Sacra nemesis, the Levites scourge, or, Mercurius Britan (1644) by Daniel Featley
The dippers dipt, or, The Anabaptists duck’d and plung’d over head and eares (1646) by Daniel Featley
The Fisher catched in his owne net (1623) by Daniel Featley
The gentle lash, or The vindication of Dr Featley, a knowne champion of the Protestant religion (1644) by Daniel Featley
The grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome, in taking away the sacred cup from the laiety at the Lords Table (1630) by Daniel Featley
The league illegal. Wherein the late Solemn League and Covenant is seriously examined, scholastically and solidly confuted (1660) by Daniel Featley
The Romish Fisher caught and held in his owne net (1624) by Daniel Featley
The svmme of saving knovvledge: deliuered in a catechisme (1626) by Daniel Featley