Primary Sources ~ 1662

A crown of life, the reward of faithfulnesse (1662) by William Spurstowe
According to His Majesties especial command to me signified for avoiding the great dangers happening by fire (1662) by Edward Montagu
An epistle general, to the mystical body of Christ on earth (1662) by Henry Vane, Jr.
David’s harp strung and tuned (1662) by William Nicholson
Eli trembling for fear of the ark. A sermon preached at St. Mary Aldermanbury, Decemb. 28. 1662. (1662) by Edmund Calamy
Gods drawing, and mans coming to Christ. Discovered in 32 sermons on John 6. 44 (1662) by Richard Vines
Hobbius heauton-timorumenos (1662) by John Wallis
Preaching of Christ. Opened in a sermon (1662) by Edward Reynolds
Serenissimo Regi Carolo, regni anno decimo quarto, cum celsissima principe Katharina, nuptias consummanti (1662) by John Wallis
The Bishop of VVorcester’s letter to a friend for uindication of himself from Mr. Baxter’s calumny. (1662) by George Morley
The churches triumph over death. Opend in a sermon preached Septemb. 11. 1660 (1662) by Edward Reynolds
The exposition continued upon the nineteen last chapters of the prophet Ezekiel (1662) by William Greenhill
The fixed saint held forth in a farwell sermon (1662) by Edmund Calamy
The happinesse of those who sleep in Jesus (1662) by Edmund Calamy
The lawfulnes of the oath of supremacy and power of the civil magistrate in ecclesiastical affairs (1662) by Philip Nye
The righteous mans death lamented (1662) by Edmund Calamy
The saints nearness to God: being a discourse upon part of the CXLVIII. Psalm (1662) by Richard Vines
The saints nearness to God: being a discourse upon part of the CXLVIII. Psalm (1662) by Richard Vines
The substance of what Sr. Henry Vane intended to have spoken upon the scaffold (1662) by Henry Vane, Jr.
The tryal of Sir Henry Vane, Kt. at the Kings Bench, Westminster, June the 2d. and 6th. 1662 (1662) by Henry Vane, Jr.