Primary Sources ~ 1642

Reformation and desolation: or, A sermon tending to the discovery of the symptomes of a people to whom God will by no meanes be reconciled (1642) by Stephen Marshall
Sir Arthur Haslerigg, his speech in Parliament. Whereby he cleareth himselfe of the articles of high treason exhibited against himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Mr. Iohn Pym, Mr. Hampden, Mr. Strowd, and Mr. Hollis, by his Majesty (1642) by Arthur Hesilrige
The best refuge for the most oppressed, in a sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons at their solemne fast, March 30. 1642 (1642) by Simeon Ashe
The booke of conscience opened and read in a sermon preached at the Spittle on Easter-Tuesday, being April 12, 1642 (1642) by John Jackson
The broken title of episcopal inheritance (1642) by Cornelius Burges
The downfal of old common-counsel-men (1642) by John Bond
The Earl of VVarwick’s letter from aboard His Majesties ship (1642) by Robert Rich
The peoples happinesse (1642) by Richard Holdsworth
The poets recantation (1642) by John Bond
The right honourable the Lord Kimbolton his speech in Parliament, Ian. 3. 1641 (1642) by Edward Montagu
The saints support (1642) by William Gouge
The trade of truth advanced (1642) by Thomas Hill
The vvatchmans vvatchword (1642) by Richard Love
The workes of Ephesus explained in a sermon (1642) by Joseph Caryl
The wounded conscience cured, the weak one strengthned, and the doubting satisfied (1642) by William Bridge
Two sermons: viz. I. The diseases that make a stoppage to Englands mercies discovered, and attended with their remedies II. A preparation for suffering in these plundering times (1642) by William Bridge
Two speeches in the House of Commons (1642) by Benjamin Rudyerd
Vertumnus Romanus, or, A discourse penned by a romish priest (1642) by Daniel Featley
Vnparallel’d reasons for abollishing episcopacy (1642) by Nathaniel Fiennes
Vox Hibernæ (1642) by James Ussher