Universalists Apologetic Works Early Works To 1800 : Truths testimony; : and a testimony of truths appearing, in power, life, light & glory; creating, manifesting, increasing and vindicating it self in the midst of persecution. Wherein is discovered what truth is, and also a lye, who knows it, and lives in it. With the authors call and conversion to the truth, his practice in it, his publishing of it, and his several tryals for the same: Viz. 1. Before Baron Wilde at Worcester. 2. Before Judge Nicholas at Worcester. 3. Before Serjeant Green at Oxford. 4. Before Serjeant Hutton at Oxford. 5. Before Serjeant Glyn at Glocester. Together with the particular accusations brought against him in each tryal, and his answers to the same. As also the courts proceedings both by judges and juries. With an humble appeal to his highness, Oliver Lord Protector, as a general redress for all people. / By Richard Coppin.; Coppin, Richard,
Universite De Montpellier : Academia Monspeliensis A Iacobo Primirosio Monspeliensi & Oxoniensi doctore descripta. Eiusdem laurus Monspeliaca. Ad clarissimum doctorem Thomam Claytonum apud Oxonienses medicinæ Regium professorem; Primerose, James,
Universite De Paris Copie Of A Late Decree Of The Sorbone At Paris For The : A briefe admonition to all English Catholikes : concerning a late proclamation set forth against them. Dedicated to the Queenes most excellent Maiesty. Togeather with the confutation of a pamphlet, newly published, concerning a decree of the Sorbon at Paris &c. And an epistle to Doctor King, in the behalfe of the Iesuites. By M.C.P.; Walpole, Michael,
Universite De Paris Faculte De Theologie : Trueth triumphant, or The late conversion of a learned doctor of Sorbon, D. Francis Cupif, Doctor of Diuinite; from poperie, to the profession of the true religion : With the degradation of the fore-named doctor, for the cause fore-sayd, by the Facultie of Divinitie at Paris, in Iulie last, 1637. And the sayd D. Francis his answere to the decree thereof, most learnedlie and succinctlie set downe. Faythfullie translated into English, out of the Latine print copie, by William Guild, D.D. minister at Aberdene, and chaplaine to his Majestie.