Primary Sources ~ Henry Hammond

A brief vindication of three passages in the Practical catechisme (1648) by Henry Hammond
A collection of severall replies and vindications published of late (1657) by Henry Hammond
A collection of such answers and discourses (1657) by Henry Hammond
A continuation of the defence of Hugo Grotius, in an ansvver to the review of his annotations (1657) by Henry Hammond
A copy of some papers past at Oxford (1647) by Henry Hammond
A letter of resolution to six quæres (1653) by Henry Hammond
A parænesis. Or, Seasonable exhortatory to all true sons of the Church of England (1656) by Henry Hammond
A paraphrase and annotations upon the books of the Psalms (1659) by Henry Hammond
A paraphrase, and annotations upon all the books of the New Testament (1653) by Henry Hammond
A practical catechism (1655) by Henry Hammond
A reply to the Catholick gentlemans Ansvver to the most materiall parts of the booke of Schisme (1654) by Henry Hammond
A second defence of the learned Hugo Grotius (1655) by Henry Hammond
A vievv of some exceptions (1646) by Henry Hammond
A view of some exceptions to the practical catechisme (1650) by Henry Hammond
A view of the nevv Directory and a vindication of the ancient liturgy of the Church of England (1645) by Henry Hammond
A vindication of Dr. Hammonds addresse, &c. from the exceptions of Eutactus Philodemius, in two particulars (1649) by Henry Hammond
A vindication of the ancient liturgie of the Church of England (1660) by Henry Hammond
A vindication of the dissertations concerning episcopacie (1654) by Henry Hammond
Aien alētheuein, or, A brief account of one suggestion of the Romanist against The dispatcher dispatched (1660) by Henry Hammond
An account of Mr. Cawdry’s Triplex diatribe concerning superstition, wil-worship, and Christmass festivall (1655) by Henry Hammond