Primary Sources ~ Thomas Case

A model of true spiritual thankfulnesse (1646) by Thomas Case
A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at Westminster, August 22. 1645 (1645) by Thomas Case
Asarkokaukēma, or The vanity, of glorying in the flesh, open’d in a sermon preached at the funeral of Kingsmel Lucy (1655) by Thomas Case
Correction, instruction: or, A treatise of afflictions (1652) by Thomas Case
Deliverance-obstruction: or, The set-backs of reformation. (1646) by Thomas Case
Eliah’s abatement: or, corruption in the saints (1658) by Thomas Case
Gods rising, his enemies scattering (1644) by Thomas Case
Gods vvaiting to be gracious unto His people: together with Englands encouragements and cautions to wait on God (1642) by Thomas Case
Hagio-mimesis. The imitation of the saints (1666) by Thomas Case
Jehoshaphats caveat to his judges (1644) by Thomas Case
Mount Pisgah: or, A prospect of heaven (1670) by Thomas Case
Sensuality dissected; or, the epicure’s motto opened, censured, improved (1657) by Thomas Case
Spirituall vvhordome (1647) by Thomas Case
The case of several of His Majesties subjects in Ireland, commonly called protectees most humbly offer’d to the consideration of both Houses of Parliament. (1698) by Thomas Case
The challenge and triumph of faith: opened in a sermon preached at the funeral of that much lamented gentleman, Richard Lucy (1659) by Thomas Case
The excellent woman. A sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott (1659) by Thomas Case
The morning exercise methodized; or Certain chief heads and points of the Christian religion opened and improved in divers sermons, by several ministers of the City of London, in the monthly course of the morning exercise at Giles in the Fields. May 1659. (1660) by Thomas Case
The morning-exercise, or some short notes taken out of the morning-sermons (1655) by Thomas Case
The quarrell of the covenant, with the pacification of the quarrell (1644) by Thomas Case
The root of apostacy, and the fountain of true fortitude (1644) by Thomas Case