Primary Sources ~ 1648

A brief vindication of three passages in the Practical catechisme (1648) by Henry Hammond
A declaration of His Excellency Robert E. of Warwick Lord High Admirall of England, concerning the uniting of the two navies, and restoring of the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York and the rest of the royall issue to their just rights and privledges (1648) by Robert Rich
A declaration of the Marquesse of Argyle, with the rest of the Lords, and others of the Estates of the kingdom of Scotland, concerning the Kings Maiesty, and the treaty; and their desires to the Parliament of England (1648) by Archibald Campbell
A message sent from the Kingdome of Scotland to His Highnesse the Prince of VVales: by the Right Hononrable [sic] the Earle of Lauderdaile. (1648) by Richard Byfield
A peace-maker without partiality and hypocrisie (1648) by John Dury
A sermon preached at Dorchester in the county of Dorcet, at the generall assizes held the 7. of March, 1632 (1648) by John White
A speech spoken by an honorable knight in the House of Commons upon the delivery of the city petition (1648) by John Maynard
A survey of the spirituall Antichrist (1648) by Samuel Rutherford
A thanksgiving sermon (1648) by Stephen Marshall
An olive branch of peace and accommodation (1648) by Thomas Hill
Christs coming opened in a sermon before the Honorable House of Commons in Margarets Westminster: May 17. 1648. (1648) by William Bridge
Concerning the King, Parliament, Army, and kingdome (1648) by Robert Rich
Containing a narrative of his proceedings in pursuit of the revolted ships, and their declining the engagement (1648) by Robert Rich
De Macedonum et Asianorum anno solari dissertatio (1648) by James Ussher
De novi instrumenti stylo dissertatio (1648) by Thomas Gataker
Emmanuel: a thanksgiving-sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons (1648) by Stephen Marshall
England saved with a notwithstanding (1648) by William Bridge
England’s champion (1648) by John Maynard
Epitome ugaiainonton logon, or, A taste of the truth as it is in Jesus (1648) by John Jackson
Eschol, or Grapes (among) thorns. (1648) by John Bond