Puritans England Doctrines Poetry : Movnt-Orgveil, or, Divine and profitable meditations : raised from the contemplation of these three leaves of natures volume 1. rockes, 2. seas, 3. gardens, digested into three distinct poems : to which is prefixed a poeticall description of Mount-Orgueil Castle in the Isle of Jersy / by William Prynne ; A poem of the soules complaint against the body, and comfortable cordialls against the discomforts of imprisonment &c. are hereto annexed.; Prynne, William,
Puritans England History Early Works To 1800 : The dolefull lamentation of Cheap-side Crosse: or Old England sick of the staggers. : Together with the hearty thanks which I Jasper Crosse hath lately returned to those noble-minded, and gentile-bred prentises thereabouts, for rescuing my honour from being ravished: especially to that Robert York, who was my chiefe protector at that time.
Puritans England Sources : A discovrse concerning Puritans : a vindication of those who uniustly suffer by the mistake, abuse, and misapplication of that name : a tract necessary and usefull for these times.; Parker, Henry,
Puritans Germany Early Works To 1800 : A brieff discours off the troubles begonne at Franckford in Germany Anno Domini 1554 : Abowte the booke off off [sic] common prayer and ceremonies, and continued by the Englishe men theyre/ to thende off Q. Maries raigne, in the which discours, the gentle reader shall see the very originall and beginninge off all the contention that hathe byn, and what was the cause off the same.; Whittingham, William,
Puritans Great Britain 17th Century : Of quencing [sic] the spirit : the evill of it, in respect both of its causes and effects / discovered by Theophilus Polwheile.; Polwheile, Theophilus,
Puritans Great Britain Biography : Josiah Collier of Yeadon (1595-1677) : West Riding Grindletonian and disciple of Roger Brerely / by Oliver Pickering.; Pickering, O. S.
Puritans Great Britain Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : An ansvvere vnto a certaine calumnious letter published by M. Iob Throkmorton, and entituled, A defence of I. Throkmorton against the slaunders of M. Sutcliffe : wherein the vanitie both of the defence of himselfe, and the accusation of others is manifestly declared, by Matthevv Sutcliffe.; Sutcliffe, Matthew,
Puritans History 17th Century : The Pvritanes impvritie, or, The anatomie of a Puritane of Separatist by name and profession : wherein is declared the differences betwixt a true Protestant and a Pvritane, made manifest by the sincerity of the one and hypocrisie of the other : likewise the comelinesse and necessity of reverence used in the performing of the service of God, especially at the receiving of the sacrament / by John Harris Gent.; Harris, John,
Puritans Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : A brief narration of the practices of the churches in New-England / written in private to one that desired information therein by an inhabitant there, a friend to truth and peace.; Weld, Thomas,
Puritans Netherlands Amsterdam Controversial Literature Early Works To : Vox vera: or, Observations from Amsterdam. : Examining the late insolencies of some pseudo-puritans, separatists from the Church of Great Brittaine. And closed vp with a serious three-fold aduertisement for the generall vse of euery good subiect within his Maiesties dominions, but more especially of those in the kingdome of Scotland. / By Patricke Scot, North-Brittaine.; Scot, Patrick.
Puritans New England Early Works To 1800 : A double watch-word, or The duty of watching; : and watching to duty, both echoed from Revelations 16. 5. and Jeremiah 50. 4,5. / By one that hath desired to be found faithful in the work of a watchman. John Oxenbridge.; Oxenbridge, John,
Puritans Relations Church Of England : True peace, or, A moderate discourse to compose the unsettled consciences and greatest differences in ecclesiastical affaires / written long since by the no less famous then learned Sir Francis Bacon ...; Bacon, Francis,
Puritans Wales : Dirgelwch i rai iw ddeall ac i eraill iw watwar, : sef, Tri aderyn yn ymdiddan yr Eryr, a'r Golomen, a'r Gigfran. Neu, Arwydd i annerch y Cymru. : Yn y flwydden mil a chwechant a thair ar ddêc a deugain, cyn dyfod, 666.; Llwyd, Morgan,