Sunday Great Britain 17th Century : The right and due observation of the Lord's day, by all true Christians to be made use of, and practiced by them and their families. : 1. Wherein is set forth how we ought to observe this day chiefly above all others. 2. Divers excitations and admonitions for the observation thereof. 3. The sweet communion that the soul enjoys with God in his ordinances on the day more particulary. 4. With twenty two several judgements [sic] of God against some late prophainers of this holy day. Being useful for all masters and servants, parents and children. Unto which is added three calamities that we have suffered of late by fire, which have hapned [sic] upon the Lords day. With a caution thereby to pray to God that he would forgive you of your sins. / By Laurence Hall Reader of Divinity.
Sunday Legislation England 17th Century Sources : Ad general' quarterial' session pacis domini Regis & dominæ Reginæ tent' apud Skipton per adjour' & prale West-Rid. com. præd. decimo quarto die Augusti anno regni Domini & Dominæ Willielmi & Mariæ dei gra' Angl' Scot' Franc' & Hiber' Regis & Reginæ fidei defensor' &c. : Sexto ac per adjour' apud Leeds decimo sexto die Augusti præd' ac per adjour' apud Rotheram vicesimo primo die Augusti praed. Coram Honorabili Henrico Fairfax armiger', Johanne Kay, Lyon Pilkinton ... armiger; & aliis soriis suid justic' decor' Domini Regis & Dominæ Reginæ ad p in & pro le West-Ryd. Com' praed. conseruand' assignat, &c.; England and Wales.
Sunday Legislation England And Wales 17th Century : An ordinance and declaration of both Houses of Parliament sent to the Lord Maior [sic] of London, for the religious observation of the Lords Day, commonly called Sunday. : And a command from the Maior, directed to all church-wardens and constables, in every ward in the City of London, for the due execution thereof. Also concerning the election of certaine new captaines chosen for the security of the city, in these dangerous times, with the names of the said captaines, chosen for the new militia. Also a relation of a late tumult, happening in Chancery Lane, by certaine gentlemen of Lincolns-Inne, to the great disturbance and amazement of all the inhabitants. / H. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D.C.; England and Wales.
Sunday Legislation England Westminster Early Works To 1800 : Several orders made and agreed upon by the Iustices for the Peace of the city and liberty of Westminster, : vpon Monday the 10. day of March, 1655. Concerning the future licensing of all inn-keepers, victualers, & alehouse-keepers, within the said city and liberty. Putting in execution the laws and ordinances and statutes concerning the punishment and conveyance of rogues, sturdy beggers, and vagrants, to the place of their birth : with a declaration of such persons as are accounted rogues by the several statutes; and the penalties of several persons, both officers and private persons neglecting their duty concerning them. Setting forth what will be for the time to come expected from the church-wardens, overseers of the poor, constables and others, inhabitants within the said city and liberty.; Westminster (London, England).
Sunday Legislation Wales : An order of Parliament for the putting in due execution through out the whole Kingdome the statutes made for the observation of the Sabath day : as also an order of the Lord Major to the aldermen of the severall wards in the city of London, to see the sayd statutes put in execution in their sayd wards.; England and Wales.
Sunday Legislation Wales Early Works To 1800 : An order of Parliament for the putting in due execution through out the whole kingdome the statutes made for the observation of the Sabath day. : As also an order of the Lord Major to the aldermen of the severall wards in the City of London, to see the sayd statutes put in execution in their sayd wards.; England and Wales.
Sunday New England : Redeem the time : the Puritan Sabbath in early America.; Solberg, Winton U.
Sunday Sermons : Theses Sabbaticæ, or, The doctrine of the Sabbath : wherein the Sabbaths I. Morality, II. Change, III. Beginning. IV. Sanctification, are clearly discussed, which were first handled more largely in sundry sermons in Cambridge in New-England in opening of the Fourth COmmandment : in unfolding whereof many scriptures are cleared, divers cases of conscience resolved, and the morall law as a rule of life to a believer, occasionally and distinctly handled / by Thomas Shepard ...; Shepard, Thomas,
Sunday Sermons Early Works To 1800 : The doctrine of the Sabbath : Delivered in the Act at Oxon. anno, 1622. By Dr. Prideaux his Majesties professour for divinity in that Vniversity. And now translated into English for the benefit of the common people.; Prideaux, John,
Sundays Early Works To 1800 : A short treatise shewing the Sabbatharians confuted by the new Covenant, 1. That the ten commandments are not the morall law, but with their ordinances, statutes and judgements, the old Covenant. 2. That the old Covenant was as signes and shadows of things that were then to come. 3. Shewing the substance of the signe of the Sabbath. 4.Severall objections of the Sabbatharians answered. 5. That the new, which some do call the Covenant of Grace, is not really in the old Testament. 6. What the new Covenant is. 7. Of pure church-ordinances, which some doe call the discipline of the Church. 8. Of singing of Psalmes. 9. A proscript. By Iohn Hanson of the burrough of Abingdon, in the county of Berks; Hanson, John,
Sundials England : The description and use of the double-horizontal-diall : being of excellent use to those that live in remote towns or houses, to know the hour of the day, for it self is the rule to set itself : whereunto is annexed The perpetual almanack ...; Ordway, Adam.