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[Directions for the profitable reading of the Scriptures] (1647) by John White
A brief discourse of mans estate in the first and second Adam (1653) by Robert Harris
A briefe answer to Doctor Fernes booke (1643) by Jeremiah Burroughs
A briefe narration of some church courses held in opinion and practise in the churches lately erected in New England (1644) by William Rathband
A briefe relation of that which hath been lately attempted to procure ecclesiasticall peace amongst Protestants (1641) by John Dury
A briefe unvailing of God and mans glory (1641) by John Greene
A brotherly and friendly censure of the errour of a dear friend and brother in Christian affection (1645) by George Walker
A case of conscience concerning ministers medling with state matters in or out of their sermons resolved more satisfactorily then heretofore. (1649) by John Dury
A case of conscience resolved: concerning ministers medling with state-matters in their sermons (1649) by John Dury
A case of conscience, concerning the sacrament of the Lords Supper (1641) by John Ley
A case of conscience, whether it be lawful to admit Jews into a Christian common-wealth? (1656) by John Dury
A case of great and present use (1677) by Philip Nye
A chaine of graces: drawne out at length for reformation of manners (1622) by Cornelius Burges
A childe of light vvalking in darknes (1636) by Thomas Goodwin
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 comparison of the Parliamentary protestation with the late canonicall oath; and the difference betwixt them (1641) by John Ley
A copy of a remonstrance lately delivered in to the Assembly (1645) by Sidrach Simpson
A copy of a remonstrance lately delivered in to the Assembly (1645) by William Greenhill
A declaration of His Excellency Robert E. of Warwick Lord High Admirall of England, concerning the uniting of the two navies, and restoring of the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York and the rest of the royall issue to their just rights and privledges (1648) by Robert Rich