Primary Sources ~ 1648

The Earle of VVarvvicks summons to the Kings fleet at Gowry, and Prince Charles his answer (1648) by Robert Rich
The form of church-government to be used in the Church of England and Ireland (1648) by Parliament
The grave and learned speech of Serjeant-VVilde, (journeyman-judge to the House of Commons) made at a conference with the Lords, the twelv’th of Aug. 1648 (1648) by John Wilde
The Harmonious consent of the ministers of the province within the county palatine of Lancaster (1648) by Richard Heyrick
The humble plea and protest, of Sr. John Maynard knight of the Bath and a (late member of the honourable house of Commons) (1648) by John Maynard
The Marquesse of Argyle his speech concerning the King, the Covenant, and peace or warre betweene both kingdomes (1648) by Archibald Campbell
The poor mans search in the field of Gods word (1648) by John White
The preeminence of the election of kings, or, A plea for the peoples rights (1648) by Samuel Rutherford
The protestation of Iohn White Doctor in Divinitie, which he caused to be written the day before his death (1648) by John White
The rare jevvel of Christian contentment (1648) by Jeremiah Burroughs
The right vvay: or A direction for obtaining good successe in a weighty enterprise (1648) by William Gouge
The rights of primogeniture (1648) by James Ussher
The sinne of hardnesse of heart: the nature, danger, and remedy of it (1648) by Stephen Marshall
The spring of strengthning grace in the Rock of Ages (1648) by Thomas Hill
The strength of the saints to make Jesvs Christ their strength (1648) by Thomas Hill
The teachings of Christ in the soule. Opened in a sermon before the Right Honble House of Peers (1648) by Peter Sterry
The translation of a sinner from death to life, by the free grace of God (1648) by William Lyford
The true doctrine of justification asserted and vindicated (1648) by Anthony Burgess
The true informer, or Monthly mercury (1648) by John Harris
The vengeance of the temple: discovered in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Major (1648) by William Strong