Prynne William 1600 1669 Popish Royall Favourite Or A Full Discover : The pre-eminence and pedigree of Parlement. : Whereunto is added, A vindication of some passages reflecting upon the author, in a book called the Popish royall favorite, pen'd and published by Master Prynne; wherein he stiles him, no friend to parlements, and a malignant, pag. 42. : With a clearing of some occurrences in Spain, at His Majesties being there, cited by the said Mr. Prynne out of the vocall forest. / By J.H. Esq; one of the clerks of His Majesties most honorable Privy-Councell.; Howell, James,
Prynne William 1600 1669 Quakers Unmasked And Clearly Detected To B : The innocent delivered out of the snare, and the blind guide fallen into the pit. Or, an answer to a booke entituled, The great mysteries of godliness and ungodliness, full of lies, slanders, and false accusations; : put forth by Ralph Farmer, a pretended minister in the city of Bristol, against those innocent, peaceable, despised people scornfully called quakers, wherein Iohn Thurloe, Secretary of State, to whom R. Farmer's book was directed, may read the answer wherin their false accusations are made manifest. And several quæries that was sent to them that call themselves minister in the city of Bristol, being yet unanswered by them: and also a warning from the Lord to the people, to repent and prize the day of their visitation. / By a servant of the Lord, called Iohn Audland. Whereunto is added an answer to a scandalous paper, put forth by VVilliam Prynne, intitulled, The quakers unmasked, and clearly detected; ... Also the lyer reproved, or an answer to a book put out by one Samuel Morris of Bristoll, who is found an enemie of Christ and his people.; Audland, John,
Prynne William 1600 1669 Short Legal Medicinal Usefull Safe Easie P : A reply to Mr. VVilliam Prinne, his unsafe, uneasie, dangerous, &c. expedient, for the concord, unity, and settlement of these nations, by restoring the ancient nobility, : part of the old decripit, decayed, and gray-headed tyranny, usurpation, and oppression upon the bodies, and consciences of every poor subject, who have been formerly as Balaams asse, being made slaves at their lusts and pleasures, but now have kicked their masters off. Together with a few directions to the persons now in authority, opening a door to peace, righteousnesse, and prosperity, by buillding upon that little stone, which hitherto hath been refused by the builders, but is chosen of God and precious.
Prynne William 1600 1669 Substance Of A Speech Made In The House Of : Endevors aiming at the glory of God, that peace & truth may meet together: : wherein is contained the excellency, benefit, and necessity of good government and governors: a loving reply to Mr William Prynnes speech made to the House of Commons, and afterwards published. Some matters are propounded to the consideration of the ministry; and also to particular (and to all) opinions. The first, purest, best and most blessed form and manner of government, prescribed by God, (and recorded in Gods sacred word;) together with the way of entrance, or Gods calling of persons to places of chief government, the great consequence thereof. Wherein is shewed, that government by succession, from the father to the son, was none of Gods institution, in the first and purest times. And also the government by Judges is plainly proved to be the best form of government, being Gods immediate direction, most blessed and approved for Gods glory, and for a peoples greatest good, comfort, and safety. / By John Blackleach.; Blackleach, John.
Prynne William 1600 1669 Summary Collection Of The Principal Fundam : A new discovery of the prelates tyranny in their late prosecutions of Mr. William Pryn, an eminent Lawyer, Dr. Iohn Bastwick, a learned physitian and Mr. Henry Burton, a reverent divine : wherein the separate and joynt proceedings against them in the high commission and Star Chamber their petitions, speeches, cariages at the hearing and execution of their last sentences; Prynne, William,
Prynne William 1600 1669 Suspention Suspended : A vindication of two serious questions: : 1. Whether the Lords Supper is a converting ordinance. 2. Whether suspension of scandalous church-members be warranted out of Scripture. The former in the negative, the latter in the affirmative, (briefly handled in the XVI. Antiqueries, and againe opposed by M. Prynne in his Suspension suspended) more fully and clearly vindicated, by a well-wisher of truth and peace. Imprimatur. Ja. Cranford. Octob. 1. 1646.; Well-Wisher of Truth and Peace.
Prynne William 1600 1669 Time Serving Proteus And Ambidexter Divine : The unchanged, constant and single-hearted peace-maker drawn forth into the world. Or, A vindication of Mr. John Dury from the aspersions cast upon him in a nameless pamphlet called, The time-serving Proteus and ambidexter divine, uncased to the world. : Wherin the two letters written seventeen years ago the one to Joseph Hall, then Bishop of Exeter, the other to William Laud, then Arch-bishop of Canterbury, are cleared from the most false and injurious interpretations put upon them. Entered according to the late Act concerning printing.; Dury, John,
Prynne William 1600 1669 Truth Triumphing Over Falshood : The falsehood of Mr. VVilliam Pryn's Truth triumphing, in the antiquity of popish princes and Parliaments. : To which, he attributes a sole, sovereigne, legislative, coercive power in all matters of religion; discovered to be full of absurdities, contradictions, sacriledge, and to make more in favour of Rome and Antichrist, than all the bookes and pamphlets which were ever published, whether by papall or episcopall prelates, or parisites, since the reformation. With twelve queries, eight whereof visit Mr. Pryn the second time, because they could not be satisfied at the first.; Robinson, Henry,
Prynne William 1600 1669 Vindication Of Foure Serious Questions Of : The opening of Master Prynnes new book, called A vindication: or, light breaking out from a cloud of differences, or late controversies. : Wherein are inferences upon the Vindication, and antiqueres to the queres; and by that, the way a little cleared to a further discovery of truth in a church-order, by a conference or discourse. / By John Saltmarsh, preacher at Brasteed in Kent. Published according to order.; Saltmarsh, John,
Prynne William 1600 1669 Vindication Of Psalm 105 15 : A Revindication of Psalme 105.15 : touch not mine anointed, &c. from some false glosses now and heretofore obtruded upon it by anabapitists : proving that this divine inhibition chiefly concerns subjects : who let them be never so Gods servants yet are they not Gods anointed as well as Kings : being a reply to a late seditious pamphlet called a vindication, &c.
Prynne William 1600 1669 Vindication Of Psalme 105 15 : The Soveraignty of kings, or, An absolute answer and confutation of that groundlesse vindication of Psalme 105. 15., touch not mine annoynted and doe my prophets no harme, from some traiterous exposition of schismaticks : declaring to the world that this was spoken principally and peculiarly of kings and not of inferious subjects being spoken of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob as they were patriarks and rulers of the people : also some doubts and scruples of tender consciences concerning these times of distraction, fully resolved &c.
Prynne William 1600 1669 Vindication Of Psalme 105 15 To : The Soveraignty of kings: or An absolute answer and confutation of that groundlesse vindication of Psalme 105. 15. (Touch not mine annoynted, and doe my prophets no harme) from some traiterous exposition of schismaticks: : declaring to the world, that this was spoken principally and peculiarly of kings, and not of inferiour subjects, being spoken of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, as they were patriarks and rulers of the people. Also some doubts and scruples of tender consciences concerning these times of distraction, fully resolved, &c.
Prynne William 1660 1669 : To the supream authority of England, Scotland, & Ireland, & the dominions and territories thereto belonging, the Commons assembled in Parliament : the humble petition of the peaceable and well-affected people of the said three nations[.]
Psalms Early Works To 1800 : Psalmos theios, or a Divine psalme or, song, wherein predestination is maintained, yet the honour of Jehovah preserved and vindicated: : and to that eternall song the holy scripture dedicated / by John Davis. Whereunto is annexed an elogie upon the patron, with certaine divine epigrams to whom the author presented some of his books..; Davis, John,
Psalms Music 17th Century : A supplement to the new version of Psalms by N. Tate and N. Brady. : Containing, I. The usual hymns, creed, Lord's Prayer, Ten Commandments, all set to their proper tunes, with additional hymns for the holy sacrament, &c. II. Select psalms in particular measures to supply the whole variety of metres that are in the old version, with duplicates to most of them, and Gloria Patris, and the proper tune for each metre. III. A set of tunes for the foresaid new version of the Psalms.