Secondary Sources

’The Unchanged Peacemaker’? John Dury and the politics of Irenicism in England, 1628-1643 by Milton, Anthony (Studies of Westminster Divines)
“For reformation and uniformity”: George Gillespie (1613-1648) and the Scottish Covenanter Revolution by Culberson, James Kevin (Biography)
“Not otherwise worthy to be named, but as a firebrand from Ireland to inflame this Kingdom”: the political and cultural milieu of Sir John Clotworthy during the Stuart Civil Wars by Robinson, Andrew (Biography)
“Reformation and desolation:” the career of Stephen Marshall (1594-1655) by Cain, A. R. (Biography)
“Spirituall musick”: the model of divine harmony in the work of Peter Sterry (1613-1672) by Dixon, Tom (Biography)
“The Law Written in Their Hearts”?: Rutherford and Locke on Nature, Government and Resistance by Richards, Peter Judson (Studies of Westminster Divines)
“The Lord Hath Some Controversy with England”: The Westminster Assembly and the English Civil War by Farris, Michael (WA)
“To revive the memory of some excellent men”: Edmund Calamy and the early historians of nonconformity: Friends of Dr. William’s Library fiftieth lecture by Wykes, David L. (Biography)
“How far is the Westminster Assembly of Divines an expression of seventeenth-century Anglican Theology?” by Dewar, Michael W. (WA)
“Jacob and Esau strugling [sic] in the wombe” a study of Presbyterian and independent religious conflicts, 1640-1648: with particular reference to the Westminster Assembly and the pamphlet literature. by Bradley, Rosemary D. (WA)