Dissenters Religious England Surrey Early Works To 1800 : To the high and Honourable Court of Parliament. : The nobility, knights, gentry, ministers, freeholders, and inhabitants, of the county of Surrey, whose names are subscribed in the severall schedules hereunto annexed.
Dissenters Religious England West Midlands History : Protestant nonconformists and the West Midlands of England : papers presented at the First Conference of the Association of Denominational Historical Societies and Cognate Libraries / edited by Alan P.F. Sell.; Association of Denominational Historical Societies and Cognate Libraries.
Dissenters Religious Great Britain 17th Century Early Works To 18 : Vindiciæ voti, or a vindication of the true sense of the nationall covenant, in a brief and moderate answere to the Protestation protested : discovering the unsoundnesse of that interpretation of the covenant, and the weakness of the grounds there suggested for separate and independant churches. / By Iohn Geree, Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods word in Tewkesbury ; Published by the Authority of the House of Commons.; Geree, John,
Dissenters Religious Great Britain Sermons : A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and aldermen of the city of London, at the Guild-hall chappel, October 12. 1679 / by John Williams ...; Williams, John,
Dissenters Religious Ireland : Whereas in expectation of conformity to the laws of the land, concerning uniformity of common-prayer and service in the church and the administration of the sacraments ... / by the Lords Justices and Council, Mau. Eustace canc., Orrery.; Ireland.
Dissenters Religious Ireland 17th Century : The case of the dissenting Protestants of Ireland, : in reference to a Bill of Indulgence, vindicated from the exceptions alledg'd against it, in a late answer. / By Ioseph Boyse.; Boyse, J.
Dissenters Religious Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : A few words to the King and both Houses of Parliament : vvorthy their consideration in a weighty concern; to wit, the effect of the execution of the late act, made against meetings and conventicles, so called; through which very many of the innocent people of God have, and do deeply suffer.; Milner, Richard,
Dissenters Religious Legal Status Laws Etc England Controversial Literature : The cases of scandal and persecution. : Being a seasonable inquiry into these two things: first, whether those nonconformists, who otherwise think subscription lawful, are therefore obliged to forbear it because their weak brethren do judg [sic] it unlawful? Secondly, whether the execution of penal laws upon dissenters, for non-communion with the Church of England, be persecution? Wherein they are pathetically exhorted to return into the bosome of the church, the likeliest expedient to stop the growth of popery. / By William Assheton ...; Assheton, William,
Dissenters Religious Legal Status Laws Etc Sermons : A discourse of penal laws in matter of religion : endeavouring to prove that there is no necessity of inflicting or continuing them : first delivered in a sermon ... occasioned by His Majesties late gracious declaration for liberty of conscience, and now humbly offer'd to the consideration of the publick / by James Paston ...; Paston, James,
Dissenters Religious Netherlands Early Works To 1800 : A Memoriall intended to be delivered to the Lords State, Monday 10 March, stilo novo : to the High and mighty Lords the States of Holland / by the forraign Anabaptist Churches, upon the apprehending and giving up Colonel Barkestead, Colonel Okey, and Mr. Miles Corbet to the English resident ; written originally in Dutch, and translated into English.
Dissenters Religious New England Early Works To 1800 : The true copy of a letter: written by Mr. Thomas Parker, a learned and godly minister, in New-England, unto a member of the assembly of divines now at Westminster. : Declaring his judgement touching the government practised in the churches of New-England. Imprimatur. Ja. Cranford.; Parker, Thomas,
Dissenters Religious Poetry : A view of the world, being a poem of the times : containing the root of rebellion, the tree of sedition, the leaves of contention, and the fruit of treason : [a]dvising every good Christian to obey governours and superiors, and not to kick at every occasion, nor to make a schism and rent in the church at every scruple, criticism, and mistake, but to live in peace and unity, lest (being found imposters before God and rebels to their King) their heads be mounted on a pole as a fruit of their treachery and rebellion.; P. N.