Fear Religious Aspects : The cause vse cure of feare, or, Strong consolations, the cosolations of God, cordiall at all times, but most comfortable now in these uncomfortable times : to fixe, quiet, and stablish the heart, though the earth shake and make it stand stil, to see the salvation of the Lord : taken from Gods mouth / and penned by Hezekiah VVoodward ; that all His servants may have assured confidence for ever.; Woodward, Ezekias,
Fear Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : The [brace] cause use cure [brace] of feare. Or, strong consolations (the consolations of God) cordiall at all times, but most comfortable now in these uncomfortable times, : to fixe, quiet, and stablish the heart, though the earth shake, and make it stand stil, to see the salvation of the Lord. Taken from Gods mouth, and penned by Hezekiah VVoodward, that all his servants may have assured confidence for ever.; Woodward, Ezekias,
Feast George : The murtherer justly condemned, or, An account of George Feast, : a butcher of Shoreditch, being found guilty ... for the barbarous bloody murther of his wife ... also some account of his penitent behaviour in Newgate. To the tune of, Packingtons pound.
Featley Daniel 1582 1645 Katabaptistai Katapystoi : Some briefe considerations on Doctor Featley his book, intituled, The dipper dipt, : wherein in some measure is discovered his many great and false accusations of divers persons, commonly called Anabaptists, with an answer to them, and some brief reasons of their practice. In seven sections, viz. I. Dr. Featley his secret and haynous accusing the honourable Parliament. II. That he is guilty of greater errors, than to go into the water to be dipt. ... VI. Some reasons alledged against infants being baptized. A question proposed to consideration, that if it be an error to be baptized again, whether the punishment, some would have inflicted upon them, and some have suffered, be not too great? VII. How many sorts of Anabaptists he saith there are, and what they hold. Whereunto is added, what is conceived the Doctors mysticall frontispiece may more properly declare. / By Samuel Richardson.; Richardson, Samuel,
Featley Daniel 1582 1645 Romish Fisher Caught And Held In His Owne : True relations of sundry conferences had between certaine Protestant doctours and a Iesuite called M. Fisher (then prisoner in London for the Catholique fayth:) : togeather with defences of the same. In which is shewed, that there hath alwayes beene, since Christ, a visible church, and in it a visible succession of doctours & pastours, teaching the vnchanged doctrine of fayth, left by Christ and his apostles, in all points necessary to saluation and that not Protestants, but only Roman Catholiques haue had, and can shew such a visible church, and in it such a succesion of pastours and doctours, of whome men may securely learne what pointe of fayth are necessary to saluation. / By A.C.; A. C.
Featley Grace : The case of William North and Grace Featley : on behalf of herself and the rest of the widows in Bromley Colledge in Kent, respondents, to the petition and appeal of Lee Warner, gent. appellant.