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An exposition upon the eighth, ninth, and tenth chapters of the prophesy of Hosea (1650) by Jeremiah Burroughs
An exposition upon the eleventh, twelfth & thirteenth chapters of the prophesy of Hosea (1651) by Jeremiah Burroughs
An exposition upon the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of the prophesy of Hosea (1650) by Jeremiah Burroughs
An exposition with practical observations upon the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth chapters of the book of Job (1652) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practical observations upon the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth chapters of the book of Job (1671) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practical observations upon the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh chapters of the Book of Job (1656) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practical observations upon the thirty second, the thirty third, and the thirty fourth chapters of the book of Job (1669) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practical observations upon the three first chapters of the book of Job (1651) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practicall observations continued upon the eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-one chapters of the book of Job (1653) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practicall observations continued upon the twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fourth, twenty-fifth, and twenty-sixth chapters of the book of Job (1655) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practicall observations upon the eighth, ninth and tenth chapters of the book of Job (1647) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practicall observations upon the thirtieth and thirty first chapters of the booke of Job (1659) by Joseph Caryl
An exposition with practicall observations upon the twenty-seventh, the twenty-eighth, and twenty-ninth chapters of the booke of Job (1657) by Joseph Caryl
An olive branch of peace and accommodation (1648) by Thomas Hill
Balme from Gilead, to cure all diseases, especially the plague (1626) by Henry Roborough
Certaine sermons, first preached, and after published at severall times (1637) by Thomas Gataker
Christ a Christians onely gain: or, The excellency and desireableness of the knowledge of Jesus Christ, above all other things whatsoever (1661) by Richard Vines
Christian constancy crovvned by Christ (1624) by Thomas Gataker
Christos kai Kerdos. Christ the life, and death the gain, of every true beleever (1650) by Obadiah Sedgwick
Clavis mystica: a key opening divers difficult and mysterious texts of Holy Scripture (1636.) by Daniel Featley