Sacred Vow And Covenant 1643 : A vindication of the late vow and covenant, from the vain clamours and cavils of the ignorant : the blasphemous observations sent to us very lately from Leichfeilds presse in Oxford. Herein is cleared also, that the protestation, and the covenant are all one, and a clear harmony betwixt all foure, the protestation, covenant, oath of supremacie and allegeance: and all these are as contrary to Oxfords covenant as good is to evill; which fully cleareth, that the lords of the world, keepers of the seals and souls there, are such keepers, as Cain was of his brother. This epistle to the reader contains the summe of the answer.
Sacrifice Early Works To 1800 : A discourse of proper sacrifice, : in way of answer to A.B.C. Jesuite, another anonymus of Rome: whereunto the reason of the now publication, and many observable passages relating to these times are prefixed by way of preface: by Sr. Edvvard Dering Knight and baronet.; Dering, Edward,
Sacrifice In Literature : Reformations of the body : idolatry, sacrifice, and early modern theater / Jennifer Waldron.; Waldron, Jennifer Elizabeth,
Sacrifice Judaism : De sacrificiis libri duo : quorum altero explicantur omnia Judæorum, nonnulla gentium profanarum sacrificia : altero sacrificium Christi : utroque ecclesiæ Catholicæ his de rebus sententia contra Faustum Socinum, ejúsque sectatores defenditur / autore Guilielmo Outramo ...; Owtram, William,
Sad And Lamentable Newes From Suffolk : A true and faithful narrative of the much to be lamented death of Mr. William Tyrrell and the more to be magnified preservation of Sr. John Rous of Henham, Baronet, and divers other gentlemen ... : published for the vindication of Gods truth and those persons honour and credit, from some foul and scandalous aspersions cast upon them in alying libell entituled, Sad and lamentable news from Suffolk / by Lionel Gatford ...; Gatford, Lionel,
Sadler John 1681 : The tryal and condemnation of several notorious malefactors, at a sessions of oyer and terminer which began at the Sessions House in the Old Baily : with the names of those who received sentence of death, burnt in the hand, transported, and to be whipt. And most remarkably of John Sadler, who whipt the child to death at Ratcliffe.