Late Chaplain To The Army : The soldier's religious exercise in the time of war : Being some proper texts, portions of holy scripture, and prayers, useful for those officers and soldiers, who are engaged abroad in Their Majesties service. Publish'd by a late chaplain to the army.
Late Faithfull And Godly Minister Of Jesus Christ : Foure pious, godly, and learned treatises : the first, leads us to the gate of true happinesse : the second, is for instruction, letting us to know what Christ suffer'd for us, that we might enjoy him : the third, is helps and cautions, that we may the better avoid sin : the fourth, brings us to be seekers and suers to God for those things that be above, Collo. 3 / by a late faithfull and godly minister of Jesus Christ ; now since his death recommended to all the people of God, by Mr. John Goodwin.
Late Jacobite : The converted Jacobite : being a brief admonition to all our present murmurers, upon the present descent against France / by a late Jacobite.
Late Pious And Reverend Author : Spiritual sacrifice, or, Devotions and prayers fitted to the main uses of a Christian life : also lamentations and prayers in the times of captivity / by a late pious and reverend author.
Late Reverend Divine Of The Church Of England : The humble penitent: or, Daily devotions : consisting of thanksgivings, confessions, and prayers. With a preparative exercise to a good death. To which is added, The sacrifice of a devout Christian, or, Preparations to the worthy receiving of the Blessed Sacrament. By a late reverend divine of the Church of England.
Late Reverend Learned And Judicious Divine : Sin dismantled, shewing the loathsomnesse thereof, in laying it open by confession; with the remedy for it by repentance & conversion : Wherein is set forth the manner how we ought to confess our sins to God and man, with the consiliary decrees from the authority thereof, and for the shewing the necessity of priestly absolution, the removing the disesteem the vulgar have of absolution, setting forth the power of ministers. With an historical relation of the canons concerning confession, and the secret manner of it; also shewing the confessors affections and inclinations. By a late reverend, learned and judicious Divine.