Wel Willer To Peace And Truth : A frivolous paper, in forme of a petition: : framed and composed by a disaffected party in this citie of London, intended by them to be presented to the honourable House of Commons. With certaine considerations propounded by way of advertisement and caution unto those who through unadvisednesse, are apt to subscribe the same. / By a Wel-willer to peace and truth.
Wel Wisher Of Peace And Truth : Anti-toleration, or A modest defence of the letter of the London ministers to the reverend Assembly of Divines. / By A wel-wisher of peace and truth. Imprimatur, James Cranford.
Wel Wisher To The Kingdome Of Our Lord Jesus : The prophets Malachy and Isaiah prophecying to the saints and professors of this generation of the great things the Lord will doe in this their day and time. : Shewing (amongst other things) the nature and quality of the apostachy. The judgement of the Lord upon the leaders of the apostacy. How the Lord will deale with, and carry himself towards, others guilty of the apostacy. The certainty of deliverance at hand for the true seed. / By a wel-wisher to the kingdome of our Lord Jesus. To which is prefixed two very useful epistles, by Christopher Feak, and John Pendarves, ministers of the Gospel.
Wel Wisher To The Safety And Freedom : The fxecution [sic] of the late King, justified; and the Parliament and army therein vindicated: / published for satisfaction to the kingdome, by a wel-wisher to the safety and freedom thereof.
Wel Wisher To Truth And Peace : The true and proper gospel baptisine which was ministered by the apostles : Wherein divers objections are answered, and divers other things occasionally handled, by a wel-wisher to truth and peace.