Congregational Churches New England Sermons : Gods mercy shewed to his people in giving them a faithful ministry and schooles of learning for the continual supplyes therof : delivered in a sermon preached at Cambridg, the day after the commencement / by Charles Chauncy, B.D., President of Harvard Colledg in New-England ; published with some additions therunto at the request of diverse honoured and much respected friends ...; Chauncy, Charles,
Congregationalism Apologetic Works Early Works To 1800 : A review of the true nature of schisme, : with a vindication of the Congregationall churches in England, from the imputation thereof unjustly charged on them by Mr D. Cawdrey, preacher of the Word at Billing in Northampton-shire. / By John Owen D.D.; Owen, John,
Congregationalism Doctrines Early Works To 1800 : Conformité de la conduite de ceux qu'on appelle communement Independans avec celle des anciens chretiens. / Par Louis du Moulin, cy devant professeur en histoire en l'Université d'Oxford.; Du Moulin, Lewis,
Congregationalists England : A Declaration of the congregational ministers, in and about London, against antinomian errours, and ignorant and scandalous persons intruding themselves into the ministry
Congregationalists England Anecdotes : A tale in a tub, or, A tub lecture : as it was delivered by Mi-Heele Mendsoale, an inspired Brownist and a most upright translator in a meeting house neere Bedlam, the one and twentieth of December last, 1641 / written by I.T.; Taylor, John,
Congregationalists England Early Works To 1800 : A necessitated appeal humble tendered to the High Court of Parliament : for respect to be hand to tender consciences according to their order in Septemb. last, that they may be free to practice the duties of piety against antichristian tyranny and worlds malignancy ..
Congregationalists Great Britain : A few sober queries upon the late proclamation for enforcing the laws against conventicles, &c., and the late vote of the House of Commons for renewing the said act for three years more : proposed to the serious consideration of the Kings Majesty with his two Houses of Parliament / by one that earnestly desires the prosperity of England.; One who earnestly desires the prosperity of England.