Protestantism Lithuania Early Works To 1800 : Charles the Second, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King, defender of the faith, &c. : To all and singular archbishops, bishops, arch-deacons, deanes, and their officials; ... Whereas John de Kraino Krainsky, minister of Gods word, deputy of the national synod of the Protestant churches in the great dukedom of Lithuania, ...; England and Wales.
Protestantism Political Aspects : The speech of the Prince of Orange, to some principle gentlemen of Somersetshire and Dorsetshire : on their coming to joyn His Highness at Exeter the 15th of Nov., 1688.; William
Protestantism Prophecies : The good hope through grace : the jubilee of the kingdom of Christ shall come upon the counterfeit jubilee of Rome, and before the end of the following year 1700, shall begin to bring under desolation that great city and its papacy : therein uniting the year 1697 with 1700 according to prophecy / humbly presented to the faith and prayers of all sincere Protestants by T. Beverley.; Beverley, Thomas.
Protestantism Scotland Early Works To 1800 : The salvation of Protestants asserted and defended : in opposition to the rash and uncharitable sentence of their eternal damnation pronounc'd against them by the Romish Church. By J.H. Dalhusius, inspector of the churches, in the county of VVeeden, upon the Rhine, near Coholence in Germany. Newly translated from the Latin.; Dalhusius, Johannes H.
Protestants Controversial Literature : The way of peace, or, A discourse of the dangerous principles and practices of some pretended Protestants ... : being certain brief ... writings of several learned Protestant authors : with divers additions perswasive to peace / by the author, a Protestant of the Church of England.; Protestant of the Church of England.
Protestants Crimes Against Ireland Early Works To 1800 : An abstract of the bloody massacre in Ireland. : Acted by the instigation of the Jesuits, priests, and friars, who were chief promoters of those horrible murthers; prodigious cruelties, barbarous villanies, and inhumane practices, executed by the Irish Papists upon the English Protestants, in the year 1641. And intended to have been acted over again, on Sabbath Day, December the 9th 1688. But by the wonderful providence of God was prevented.
Protestants England Berkshire Registers : Oxfordshire and north Berkshire Protestation Returns and tax assessments 1641-42 / edited by Jeremy Gibson ; Oxfordshire Returns originally transcribed by Christopher S.A. Dobson ; tax assessments and Berkshire Returns transcribed by the editor ...
Protestants England Early Works To 1800 Early Works To 1800 : An account of the reasons of the nobility and gentry's invitation of His Highness the Prince of Orange into England· : Being a memorial from the English Protestants concerning their grievances. With a large account of the birth of the Prince of Wales. Presented to their Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Orange.; Wildman, John,
Protestants England History 17th Century : A rebuke to the informers : with a plea for the ministers of the Gospel, called nonconformists, and their meetings and advice to those to whom these informers address themselves for assistance in their undertakings.; Stockton, Owen,
Protestants England Oxfordshire Registers : Oxfordshire and north Berkshire Protestation Returns and tax assessments 1641-42 / edited by Jeremy Gibson ; Oxfordshire Returns originally transcribed by Christopher S.A. Dobson ; tax assessments and Berkshire Returns transcribed by the editor ...
Protestants Europe Early Works To 1800 : At the court at Hampton-Court the 28th day of July 1681. : Present the Kings most excellent Majesty, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord President, Lord Privy Seal, Earl of Clarendon, Earl of Bat[h], Earl of C[---]en, Earl of Halifax, Earl of Conway, Lord Viscount Fauconberg, Lord Viscount Hyde, Lord Bishop of London, Mr. Secretary Jenkins, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Sey mour, Mr. Godol; England and Wales.
Protestants France 17th Century : Great news from Dartmouth in Devonshire : of the wonderful escape of divers French Protestants from Charente near Rochel, and thier safe arrival at Dartmouth, the 24th of March.
Protestants France Economic Conditions 17th Century Early Works To : Advertisement : this is to give notice, that the Lord Bishop of London and other charitable persons, having raised a stock to set the poor French Protestants at work on a linnen manufacture at Ipswich : there is made by them such cloth both ordinary and extraordinary fine proper for sheeting, shifts, half-shirts, bands, handkercheifs [sic] and other uses ... to be seen and sold at the house of Thomas Papillon Esq. in Fanchurchstreet near Billiter-lane in London ...
Protestants France History : A discourse concerning the original of the povvder-plot : together with a relation of the conspiracies against Queen Elizabeth and the persecutions of the Protestants in France to the death of Henry the fourth : collected out of Thuanus, Davila, Perefix, and several other authors of the Roman communion, as also reflections upon Bellarmine's notes of the church, &c.; Stephens, Edward,
Protestants France Rochel Early Works To 1800 : A true and faithful narrative of the late barbarous cruelties and hard usages, exercised by the French against Protestants at Rochel, after their meeting at the market-place there ;by [sic] order of the intendant of that province. : Ar [sic] it was faithfully related, by a person of good crehit [sic], that has made made [sic] his escape from thence, and arrived at London on the 24th of September last.; P. L.
Protestants France Savoy : The state of Savoy, in which a full and distinct account is given of the persecution of the Protestants by means of the French councils : with the unreasonable conditions and demands that the French king would have put on the Duke of Savoy : and of the just causes and motives that induced that Duke to break off from the French interest and joyn with the confederates : together with the most memorable occurrences that hath since happen'd there : as also the true copies of all the letters and dispatches that passed between them.
Protestants France Savoy Early Works To 1800 : A short and faithfull account of the late commotions in the valleys of Piedmont, within the dominions of the Duke of Savoy. : With some reflections on Mr. Stouppe's collected papers touching the same businesse.
Protestants France Sermons : The true notion of persecution stated : in a sermon preached at the time of the late contribution for the French Protestants / by George Hickes.; Hickes, George,