Primary Sources ~ 1657

A collection of severall replies and vindications published of late (1657) by Henry Hammond
A collection of such answers and discourses (1657) by Henry Hammond
A continuation of the defence of Hugo Grotius, in an ansvver to the review of his annotations (1657) by Henry Hammond
A demonstration of the day of judgment, against atheists & hereticks (1657) by Anthony Burgess
A Serious advice to the citizens of London (1657) by Edmund Calamy
A sermon pressing to, and directing in, that great duty of praising God (1657) by Joseph Caryl
A state of glory for spirits of just men upon dissolution, demonstrated (1657) by Thomas Goodwin
A summarie account of Mr Iohn Dury’s former and latter negotiation for the procuring of the true gospell peace (1657) by John Dury
A treatise of the institution, right administration and receiving of the sacrament of the Lords-Supper. (1657) by Richard Vines
A treatise shewing the subordination of the will of man unto the will of God (1657) by William Strong
An exposition with pracitcall observations upon the 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. chapters of the proverbs (1657) by Francis Taylor
An exposition with practicall observations upon the twenty-seventh, the twenty-eighth, and twenty-ninth chapters of the booke of Job (1657) by Joseph Caryl
Church-reformation promoted: in a sermon on Matth. 18. vers. 15, 16, 17 (1657) by Daniel Cawdrey
Deaths advantage; opened in a sermon (1657) by Edward Reynolds
Evidence for heaven containing infallible signs and reall demonstrations of our union with Christ and assurance of salvation (1657) by Edmund Calamy
Gospel-reconciliation; or, Christs trumpet of peace to the world. (1657) by Jeremiah Burroughs
Hobbiani puncti dispvnctio (1657) by John Wallis
Iacobi Usserii Armachani de Romanæ Ecclesiæ symbolo apostolico vetere, aliisq (1657) by James Ussher
Independencie a great schsim proved against Dr. Owen his apology in his tract of schism (1657) by Daniel Cawdrey
Mens sobria seriò commendata (1657) by John Wallis