Harrison Thomas Active 1690 : Political aphorisms, or, The true maxims of government displayed : wherein is likewise proved ... : by way of a challenge to Dr. William Sherlock and ten other new dissenters, and recommended as proper to be read by all Protestant Jacobites.
Harrison William Gent : The humble petition, or representation of M. William Harrison, gentleman and souldier. : To His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, Captain Generall of the forces raised for the King and Parliament. Together with a further relation of the said Mr. William Harrison, with a true discovery of abundance of treasure sent downe into the west, and divers persons there imployed to raise forces (under pretence of the service for Ireland) to make warre against this army commanded by his Excellency. As also the desire of the souldiery to the committee of Northampton. By William Harrison gent. souldier under his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.
Harrison William Minister At Canwick : Tvvo treatises : I. The purchase of Grace, shewing the excellency of Christ, and the graces of his spirit. II. The soules delight in Gods tabernacles, shewing the excellency of time, spent in duties of God's solemne service. Instances in the chiefe, viz. prayer, word, and sacraments. Motives and directions for right performance. Lastly, the chiefe usurpers of time discovered, with apt remedies against each of them. The contents of the booke are methodically exprest in the margent, which to the diligent reader may serve instead of a table. By William Harrison, Mr. of Arts, and minister of the Gospell at Canwicke neare Lincolne.