Prerogative Royal France : Jus regum, or, A defence of the regall power and soueraigne authoritie of kings : against the vsurped claime of the Romish sea ouer them, and the late monstrous paradoxes of Iesuites in that behalfe deragatorie vnto it : grounded vpon Scriptures, fathers, councels, the canon law, the law of nature and reason / written in French, and dedicated to the French King Levves 13. now raigning.; Bédé de la Gormandière, Jean.
Presbyterian Church Controversial Works Early Works To 1800 : The pretended antidote proved poyson: or, The true principles of the Christian & Protestant religion defended, and the four counterfit defenders thereof detected and discovered; : the names of which are James Allen, Joshua Moodey, Samuell Willard and Cotten Mather, who call themselves ministers of the Gospel in Boston, in their pretended answer to my book called, The Presbyterian & independent visible churches in New-England, and elsewhere brought to the test, &c. and G.K. cleared not to be guilty of any calumnies against these called teachers of New-England, &c. / by George Keith. ; With an appendix by John Delavall by way of animadversion on some passages in a discourse of Cotton Mathers before the general court of Massachusets, the 28th of the third moneth, 1690.; Keith, George,
Presbyterian Church Discipline Early Works To 1800 : The dying man's testament to the Church of Scotland, or, A treatise concerning scandal : divided into four parts, 1. Concerning scandal in the general, 2. Concerning public scandals ... 3. Concerning doctrinal scandals ... 4. Concerning scandalous divisions ... / by that singularly faithful and wise servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. James Durham ... and published by John Carstares ... ; to which is prefixed an excellent preface of famous Mr. Blair ...; Durham, James,
Presbyterian Church England Early Works To 1800 : A directory for the publique worship of God throughout the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. : Together with an ordinance of Parliament for the taking away of the Book of Common Prayer: and for establishing and observing of this present directory throughout the Kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales. With propositions concerning church-government, and ordination of ministers.; Westminster Assembly
Presbyterian Church In Ireland Presbytery Of Belfast Necessary Representati : A necessary examination of a dangerous design and practice against the interest and soveraignty of the nation and Common-wealth of England, by the Presbytery at Belfast in the province of Vlster in Ireland; : in their scandalous, malicious and treasonable libel, by them called, A necessary presentation of the present and eminent danger to religion, lawes and liberties, arising from the late and present practises of the sectarian party in England: together with an exhortation to duties, relating to the covenant, unto all within our charge, and to all the well-affected within the kingdome, by the Presbytery at Belfast, Feb. 15. 1649.
Presbyterianism Apologetic Works 17th Century : A true representation of Presbyterian government, : wherein a short and clear account is given of the principles of them that owne it. The common objections against it answered, and some other things opened that concern it in the present circumstances. / By a friend to that interest.; Rule, Gilbert,
Presbyterianism Bibliography Catalogues Early Works To 1800 : The beacons quenched: or The humble information of divers officers of the Army, and other wel-affected persons, to the Parliament and Common-wealth of England; concerning the Machivilian design of the Presbyterians, now carrying on by the Stationers of London. : To bring an odium upon the Parliament and Army, introduce the whole body of Presbyterian doctrine and worship. seduce the good people of this Common-wealth, unto the Presbyterian slavery, than which nothing can be worse. By publishing divers treasonable and most scandalous books (a catalogue of many whereof is here inserted) against the honor of the Parliament, the Lord Generall, and severall other worthy members of this Common-Wealth.