Purim Early Works To 1800 : A comparison betvveene the dayes of Purim and that of the Powder treason : for the better continuance of the memory of it, and the stirring vp of mens affections to a more zealous observation thereof. Written by G.H. D.D.; Hakewill, George,
Puritan Movements : The 'Puritan' democracy of Thomas Hill Green : with some unpublished writings / by Alberto De Sanctis.; De Sanctis, Alberto.
Puritan Movements England : By the King : as we haue euer from our infancie had manifold proofes of Gods great goodnes towards vs in his protecting of vs from many dangers of our person ...; England and Wales.
Puritanism Controversial Literature Catholic Authors : Puritanisme the mother, sinne the daughter. Or a treatise, wherein is demonstrated from twenty seuerall doctrines, and positions of Puritanisme; that the fayth and religion of the Puritans, doth forcibly induce its professours to the perpetrating of sinne, and doth warrant the committing of the same. Written by a Catholic priest, vpon occasion of certaine late most execrable actions of some Puritans, expressed in the page following. Heerunto is added (as an appendix) a funerall discourse touching the late different deathes of two most eminent Protestant deuines; to wit Doctour Price Deane of Hereford, and Doctour Butts Vice-Chancellour of Cambridge. By the same authour; B. C.
Puritanism Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : A remonstrance: or plaine detection of some of the faults and hideous sores of such sillie syllogismes and impertinent allegations, as out of sundrie factious pamphlets and rhapsodies, are cobled vp together in a booke, entituled, A demonstration of discipline : wherein also, the true state of the controuersie of most of the points in variance, is (by the way) declared.
Puritans Amsterdam Netherlands Controversial Literature Early Works To : Vox vera: or, Obseruations from Amsterdam : Examining the late insolencies of some pseudo-puritans, separatists from the Church of Great Brittaine. And closed vp with a serious three-fold aduertisement for the generall vse of euery good subiect within his Maiesties dominions, but more especially of those in the kingdome of Scotland. By Patricke Scot, North-Brittaine.; Scot, Patrick.
Puritans Clergy : Witnesses produced against Mr. John Shaw of Hull, : attesting the publike charge against him, and much more. As, to be [brace] a notable turncoat and time-server; most scandalous in his actions; an enemy to good men; and a disquieter of the peace of the place, &c. Serving for the undeceiving of some, informing of others, and satisfying of all, as to the condition of the aforesaid M. Shaw. / By One who hopes and waits, to see corrupt men, and unjust things, less countenanced, and more suppressed.
Puritans England Apologetic Works : The key of saving knovvledge, opening out of the holy Scriptures, the right way, and straight passage to eternall life, or, A dialogue wherein the chiefe principles of the Christian religion are unfolded for the enabling of Christian people, to understand the Word of God ... / composed by Geo. Walker ...; Walker, George,
Puritans England Clergy Early Works To 1800 : The Tavistocke Naboth proved Nabal: : In an ansvver unto a scandalous narrative published by Mr. Tho: Larkham in the name, (but without the consent) of the church of Tavistocke in Devon. Humbly presented to the churches of Christ, the magistracy, and the ministry of the nation in this Commonwealth / by F. G. D. P. W. G. N. W. W. H. &c.
Puritans England Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : The Puritanes impuritie : or The anatomie of a Puritane or Separatist, by name and profession. Wherein is declared the differences betwixt a true Protestant and a Puritane, made manifest by the sincerity of the one and hypocrisie of the other. Likewise the comelinesse and necessity of reverence used in the performing of the service of God, especially at the receiving of the sacrament. / By John Harris gent.; Harris, John,
Puritans England Doctrines Poetry : Movnt-Orgveil, or, Divine and profitable meditations : raised from the contemplation of these three leaves of natures volume 1. rockes, 2. seas, 3. gardens, digested into three distinct poems : to which is prefixed a poeticall description of Mount-Orgueil Castle in the Isle of Jersy / by William Prynne ; A poem of the soules complaint against the body, and comfortable cordialls against the discomforts of imprisonment &c. are hereto annexed.; Prynne, William,
Puritans England History Early Works To 1800 : The dolefull lamentation of Cheap-side Crosse: or Old England sick of the staggers. : Together with the hearty thanks which I Jasper Crosse hath lately returned to those noble-minded, and gentile-bred prentises thereabouts, for rescuing my honour from being ravished: especially to that Robert York, who was my chiefe protector at that time.