Gataker Charles 1614 Or 15 1680 Examination Of The Case Of Th : The case of the Quakers concerning oaths, defended as evangelical : containing an answer to Charles Gataker's late examination of the case of the Quakers (which he faith, is humbly submitted to the judgment of his most sacred Majesty, and the two houses of Parliament), as being included in J.S. his precedent state of their case, and comprehensively and seriously answered herein, on the behalf of truth and Christianity, submitted to the judgment and serious sense thereof in all true Christians and moderate men.; Whitehead, George,
Gataker Thomas 1514 1654 : The city-ministers unmasked, or The hypocrisie and iniquity of fifty nine of the most eminent of the clergy in and about the city of London. : Cleerly discovered out of two of their own pamphlets, one intituled, A serious and faithful representation; the other A vindication of the Ministers of the Gospel, in and about the City of London. Together vvith a prophesie of John Hus, touching the choosing of a new ministry; and an ancient prophetical farewel of Hildegards, to the old corrupt ministry. Both very useful for the knowledg of the long deceived nations. / By a friend of the Armies, in its ways to justice and righteousnes.; Dell, William,
Gataker Thomas 1574 1654 Mistake : Reasons for vnitie, peace, and love : with an answer (called Shadows flying away) to a book of Mr. Gataker, one of the assembly, intituled, A mistake, &c. and the book of the namelesse author called, The plea, both writ against me : and a very short answer, in a word, to a book by another namelesse author called, An after-reckoning with Master Saltmarsh, and to Master Edward his second part called, Gangrena, directed to me ... / by John Saltmarsh ...; Saltmarsh, John,
Gataker Thomas 1574 1654 Serious And Faithful Representation : [The city-ministers unmasked, or The hypocrisie and iniquity of fifty nine of the most eminent of the clergy, in and about the city of London] : [Cleerly discovered out of two of their own pamphlets, one intituled, A serious and faithful representation; the other, A vindication of the ministers of the Gosped, in and about the city of London. Together with a prophesie of John Hus, touching the choosing of a new ministry, and an ancient prophetical farewel of Hildegards, to the old corrupt ministry both very useful for the knowledge of the long deceived nations. / By a friend of the armies in its ways of justice and righteousness.]; Dell, William,
Gately Thomas 1677 : An Alarum from heaven, or, A warning to sinners by the just hand of God : pursuing adultery and drunkenness in the person of William Dennis late of Lamb yard near the Hermitage in Wapping for wickedly and considerately murthering the person of Thomas Gately : for which he was apprehended :and after this examination before the justice, was committed to Newgate : there to remain till next sessions.