Jenner Thomas 1606 Or 7 1676 : Quakerism anatomiz'd and confuted : wherein is discovered their manifold damnable errors, taken (for the most part) from their own mouths and pens, with a confutation annexed. As also their vain principles, pernicious practises, and blasphemies (denying the Lord that bought them) evinced: also the Holy Scripture, worship and ordinances vindicated: the whole discourse being grounded upon II Pet. II. 1, 2, 3. By Tho: Jenner, sometimes of Christ Colledge in Cambridge, and lately minister of Horstead and Coltshall in Norfolk, and now living in Catherlough in Ireland: Ætatis suæ 66. Anno Dom. 1670.
Jennett W J : Quality control chart technique when manufacturing to a specification / by B.P. Dudding and W.J. Jennett.
Jenney George Active 1626 : A catholike conference, betweene a Protestant and a Papist : about the Church visible and invisible, wherein, is declared the happines, and blessed estate of the members of the invisible Church, in this life, in their death, in their resurrection, and after the resurrection for euer. And also a definition of the visible Church, which conteineth the very essence thereof, both in matter and forme, and is illustrated further by proofes, both from the word, and workes of God. And in it, is also shewed the infallible markes of a true visible Church, whereby it may be knowne. And also therein are shewed the deceiuable markes of the Church of Rome, which deceits are therein laid open, and confuted.
Jenney Henry 1607 Or 8 : A caveat or information, for informers, witnesses, and judges : (Not printed till now) useful for this present time of reformation; delivered in a sermon at Preston in Lancashire, the first Wednesday in July, 1647. before an assembly of divines, and deputie-lieutenants. By Henry Jenney Mr. of Arts, now vicar of St. Michaels in the said county.
Jenney John 1697 : A sermon preached at the funeral of the right honble the Lady Frances Paget, the religious consort of the right honble William Lord Paget, (eldest daughter to the right honourable Henry Earl of Holland, who was beheaded for his loyalty to this King) in the parish-church of West-Drayton in the county of Middlesex, on the 12th of Nevember, 1672. By Jehu Jenny, M.A. and Vicar of Harmondsworth.