Secondary Sources ~ Letter/Journal

A Letter to the Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland, respecting the powers ascribed to the Civil Magistrate, in the Westminster Confession of Faith by George Mathews (WCF)
Letters of the Rev. Samuel Rutherford by John McEwan (Biography)
Letters to and from Dr. Lightfoot by John Lightfoot (WA)
The Journal of the proceedings of the Assembly of Divines, from January 1, 1643, to December 31, 1644, and Letters to and from Dr. Lightfoot by John Lightfoot (WA)
The Journal of the Proceedings of the Assembly of Divines: From January 1, 1643, to December 31, 1644 by John Lightfoot (WA)
The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie, A.M., Principal of the University of Glasgow, MDCXXXVII-MDCLXII. Volume First by Robert Baillie (WA)
The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie, A.M., Principal of the University of Glasgow, MDCXXXVII-MDCLXII. Volume Second by Robert Baillie (WA)
The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie, A.M., Principal of the University of Glasgow, MDCXXXVII-MDCLXII. Volume Third by Robert Baillie (WA)
Toleration disapprov’d and condemn’d: by a letter of the Presbyterian ministers in the city of London, presented the first of January 1645, to the reverend Assembly of Divines, sitting at Westminster by authority of Parliament ; and by twenty eminent divines, most (if not all) of them members of the Westminster Assembly, in their sermons before the two Houses of Parliament on solemn occasions, between the years 1641 and 1648. by William Assheton (WA)
Two letters written by Mr Harris in vindication of himselfe from the known slanders of an unknown author. To my reverend friend M. Harris. Sir, it will not (I hope) offend you to see your private letters made publique, it concernes you, and others, to vindicate your selves in the catching age, and the sooner ’tis done the better, chide me if you will, yet I will be yours still, W.T. May 2. 1648 by Robert Harris (Biography)