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Vindiciae gratiae, potestatis, ac providentiae Dei (1648) by William Twisse
Vindiciae Judæorum, or, a true account of the Jews (1666) by Thomas Thorowgood
Vindiciæ legis: or, a vindication of the morall law and the covenants, from the errours of papists, Arminians, Socinians, and more especially, Antinomians. (1646) by Anthony Burgess
Vindiciæ veritatis (1654) by Nathaniel Fiennes
Vindiciae vindiciarum. Part 2 (1651) by Daniel Cawdrey
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Vnparallel’d reasons for abollishing episcopacy (1642) by Nathaniel Fiennes
Vocatio divina, seu, Meditationes succinctæ in illud Apostoli (1627) by Francis Taylor
Vox Hibernæ (1642) by James Ussher
VVholsome severity reconciled with Christian liberty (1645) by George Gillespie
Weighty cases of conscience (1688) by Anthony Burgess
What the Independents would have, or, A character, declaring some of their tenents, and their desires to disabuse those who speak ill of that they know not (1647) by John Cook
Whereas divers troopers, dragooneers, and foot-souldiers belonging to the army under my command, raised for the defence of the associated counties, have lately absented themselves from their colours and the army, and are gone to the places of their former abode, and to other towns and places within this association, to the great prejudice of the service for which they were set forth, and bad example of the whole army (1643) by Edward Montagu
Wisdome’s tripos (1655) by Charles Herle
Worldly policy, and moral prudence (1654) by Charles Herle
XII. sermons preached upon several publick occasions (1658) by Richard Vines
XXXI select sermons, preached on special occasions (1656) by William Strong
Y llwybraidd-fodd byrr o gristianogawl grefydd, gyd agadroddiad hynodob oryw fannau o athrawiaeth, or hyn, (er mwyn eglurwch) a grvbwyll. wyd yn y Llyfran or blaen (1658) by James Ussher
Zeale for Gods house quickned (1643) by Oliver Bowles
Zerubbabels encouragement to finish the temple (1642) by Thomas Goodwin