Primary Sources ~ Letter

Articles of impeachment and accusation (1643) by Nathaniel Fiennes
Axia theoū krisis. Iudgment worthy of God (1665) by Henry Hammond
Charis kai eirēnē, or A pacifick discourse of Gods grace and decrees (1660) by Henry Hammond
Chillingvvorthi novissima (1644) by Francis Cheynell
Colonell Fiennes letter to my Lord General, concerning Bristol (1643) by Nathaniel Fiennes
Cono-cuneus: or, The shipwright’s circular vvedge (1684) by John Wallis
Containing a narrative of his proceedings in pursuit of the revolted ships, and their declining the engagement (1648) by Robert Rich
England’s champion (1648) by John Maynard
Fully relating the condition of the affaires at sea (1648) by Robert Rich
Joshua redivivus, or Mr Rutherfoord’s letters, divided in two parts (1664) by Samuel Rutherford
Letters from the Marquesse of Argyle, the Earle of Lanerick, Lord Warriston, and others now at Edenburgh, to their friends at London (1645) by Archibald Campbell
Memorials of godlinesse and Christianitie. Part 1. (1644) by Herbert Palmer
Mr. Rutherfoord’s letters, the third edition now divided in three parts (1675) by Samuel Rutherford
Relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance, from the malignant Cornishmen, that had before besieged the city of Exeter (1643) by Robert Rich
Sir Arthur Hesilrige’s letter to the honorable committee of Lords & Commons at Derby-House, concerning the revolt and recovery of Tinmouth-castle (1648) by Arthur Hesilrige
Strength out of weakness. Or a glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New-England (1652) by William Gouge
The Bishop of VVorcester’s letter to a friend for uindication of himself from Mr. Baxter’s calumny. (1662) by George Morley
The copy of a letter written to Mr. Alexander Hinderson (1643) by John Dury
The doctrine of the Blessed Trinity briefly explained (1690) by John Wallis
The Earl of VVarwick’s letter from aboard His Majesties ship (1642) by Robert Rich