Clergy England Shropshire Early Works To 1800 : A testimony of the ministers in the province of Salop, to the truth of Iesus Christ, and to the Solemn League and Covenant; : as also against the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them. Sent up to the ministers within the province of London, subscribers of the first testimony.
Clergy England York Early Works To 1800 : Vindiciæ veritatis or an unanimous attestation to Gods blessed truth revealed in his vvord: : together with a serious protestation against those church-desolating and soul-damning errors, heresies, and blasphemies, which of late have come in like a flood upon our county and kingdome : especially against a toleration of them. / Made in pursuance of the nationall Covenant, by the ministers of the Gospel within the West-Riding of the countie of York, as a caution to their flocks, and testimonie to the world of their zeal for, and love to, Christs truth and church. Readily and willingly subscribed, April 6. 1648.
Clergy England Yorkshire Early Works To 1800 : The generall-good to all people: or, The Lords free love running forth freely to his own people in these latter days, according to his promises made to his people, which he is now fulfilling. : With something in answer to the petition put up to the Parliament, by many of the city and county of York, even they of the priests party. / By Richard Farnworth.; R. F.
Clergy France Sedan Biography : An Account of the last hours of Dr. Peter du Moulin, minister of Gods word, and professor of divinity at Sedan : who dyed in the said town, March 10, 1658, stylo novo / translated into English out of the French copy printed at Sedan.
Clergy Germany Biography : Bonhoeffer : pastor, martyr, prophet, spy : a Righteous Gentile vs. the Third Reich / Eric Metaxas.; Metaxas, Eric.
Clergy Ireland Biography : Historical collections of the church in Ireland during the reigns of K. Henry VIII, Edward VI and Q. Mary : wherein are several material passages omitted by other historians concerning the manner how that kingdom was first converted to the Protestant religion and how by the special providence of God, Dr. Cole, a bloody agent of Q. Mary was prevented in his designs against the Protestants there : set forth in the life and death of George Browne, sometime Archbishop of Dublin, who was the first of the Romish clergy in Ireland that threw off the Popes supremacy and forsook the idolatrous worship of of [sic] Rome : with a sermon of his on that subject.; Ware, Robert,
Clergy Ireland Dublin Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the Protestant clergie of the city of Dublin, : shewing the reasons why they cannot consent to the taking away of the Book of common prayer, and comply with the Directory. Presented to the Honourable Commissioners for the Parliament of England, July 9. 1647.
Clergy Legal Status Laws Etc Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Ireland by the Lord Deputy and Council Henry Cromwell : whereas in pursuance of the ordinance of His Highness the Lord Protector and Council bearing date the 23 of June 1654, confirmed by Parliament, many godly and able ministers have resorted into this land yet nevertheless for the diverse persons who have been ejected in England, and disallowed in Scotland for scandal or insufficiencie, have also adventured without any allowance or lawfull admittance ...; Ireland.
Clergy Malpractice England Humour Early Works To 1800 : A charitable church vvarden. : Or, an hypocrite anatomiz'd. Set forth in a discourse betweene two church-wardens, one of them being an honest man, and that's a wonder. VVherein is discovered the manifold abuses and impious actions of many officers in this city, with the oppression of the poores box, frequently used by many church-wardens, especially by him which is here mentioned. Very pleasant and delectable, and very true i'le assure you, as Master Coniwooll the church-warden can witnesse. / VVritten by Thomas tell-troth, and dedicated to all those that are well-willers to vertue, and despisers of vice.; Tell-Troth, Thomas.
Clergy Malpractice England London Early Works To 1800 : An ansvver to the articles preferd against Edvvard Finch, Vicar of Christ-Church, by some of the parishioners of the same. Whereunto is added a just and modest reply, to a most scurrilous, scandalous, and malicious pamphlet (as by the title may appeare) of an uncertaine author. / By Edvvard Finch, Vicar aforesaid.; Finch, Edward,
Clergy Malpractice England Terrington : Ho hiereus katadynasteuomenos, or, A narrative of John Henson, Master of Arts, and sometimes minister of Gods Word at Terrington in the county of Norfolk : concerning his cruel persecution by Thomas Gunnel, and his illegal ejectment by the commissioners for ejecting of ignorant, scandalous, and insufficient ministers and school-masters, sitting at the Grand Jury Chamber in Norwich, in the year 1654.; Henson, John,
Clergy Massachusetts Boston : A warning to the flocks against wolves in sheeps cloathing, or, A Faithful advice, from several ministers of the Gospel, in and near Boston, unto the churches of New-England, relating to the dangers that may arise from imposters pretending to be ministers : with a brief history of some impostors, remarkably and seasonably detected / written by one of the ministers in Boston to assert that advice, and prevent future mischiefs.; Mather, Cotton,
Clergy Political Activity Early Works To 1800 : The most humble confession, and recantation of Edmund Hickeringil, clerk, publicky made, read, sign'd and sealed in the Court of Arches; : held before the Right Worshipful, Sir Richard Lloyd, Knight, and doctor of laws, in the absence of the Right Worshipful Sir Robert Wiseman, Knight, and doctor of laws, principal official of the said court; in the common-hall of Doctors Commons, London, on Fryday the 27th day of June, in the year of our Lord, 1684.; Hickeringill, Edmund,