Primary Sources ~ 1641

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 case of conscience, concerning the sacrament of the Lords Supper (1641) by John Ley
A comparison of the Parliamentary protestation with the late canonicall oath; and the difference betwixt them (1641) by John Ley
A defence of the true sence and meaning of the words of the Holy Apostle Rom. chap. 4. ver. 3. 5. 9 (1641) by George Walker
A discourse concerning Puritans (1641) by John Ley
A discoursive coniecture vpon the reasons that produce a desired event of the present troubles of Great Britaine (1641) by Calybute Downing
A discoverie of the false grounds the Bavarian party have layd, to settle their owne faction, and shake the peace of the empire (1641) by Calybute Downing
A doore of hope, also Holy and loyall activity. (1641) by John Bond
A glimpse of Sions glory: or, the churches beautie specified (1641) by Thomas Goodwin
A letter (against the erection of an altar.) (1641) by John Ley
A memoriall concerning peace ecclesiasticall amongst Protestants (1641) by John Dury
A modest advertisement concerning the present controversie about church-government (1641) by George Morley
A most noble speech spoken by the Lord Cambel of Lorne. one of his Majesties most Honourable Privie Counsell of Scotland (1641) by Archibald Campbell
A parallel or briefe comparison of the liturgie with the masse-book, the breviarie, the ceremoniall, and other romish ritualls (1641) by Robert Baillie
A peace-offering to God. A sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons (1641) by Stephen Marshall
A reioynder to Master Malone’s reply concerning reall presence (1641) by Joshua Hoyle
A religious and worthy speech spoken by Mr. Rouse in Parliament. Concerning the goods, libertjes, and lives, of his Majesties subjects (1641) by Francis Rous
A second speech made by the Lord Lowden, in the Parliament of Scotland the 24. of Septemb. 1641 (1641) by John Campbell
A second speech of the honourable Nathanael Fiennes, (second son to the right honourable the Lord Say) in the Commons House of Parliament (1641) by Nathaniel Fiennes